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Notes from Underground - Jumping Jack Lenigas

By Pizza Hardman Darren Atwater | Sunday 16 April 2017


Disclosure: I have no positions in any stocks mentioned, and no plans to initiate any positions within the next 72 hours. I wrote this article myself, and it expresses my own opinions. I am not receiving compensation for it (other than from ShareProphets). I have no business relationship with any company whose stock is mentioned in this article.


In the comments, some people have asked why David Lenigas was asked to present at the UK Investor Show when ShareProphets was just so beastly to him. There are two answers:

1) ShareProphets and the UK Investor Show are two separate companies, with different agendas. Sure, there are some crossovers. Tom is all over both, our Malcolm Stacey capably comperes the show, and ShareProphets writers are asked to take part in panels but these are all business arrangements between two companies. Being at the show does not mean you get an easy time here. Just ask Obtala (OBT), Falcon Acquistions, Tern (TERN), etc etc etc

2) The second is: wow, does that man draw a crowd. We've been publishing videos from the UK Investor Show for a fortnight here, and the clearly most popular video, so far, is Video: Profiting from UK Onshore oil discussion with David Lenigas, David Bramhill, Jonathon Tidswell and Gary Newman at UK Investor Show 2017. Lenigas could scarcely move 10 feet without being mobbed. 

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Someone long ago told me that if something is worth mentioning to a friend, then it's worth writing as an article. That thought paid off the week as the number one story on the leaderboard is my me: ShareProphets takeover shock: Government agency declares Quindell's Rob Terry as our new CEO

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In the past seven days, 41,712 unique readers read 68,251 pages on ShareProphets. The circulation of the Investors Chronicle is c30,000. Shares is less than half of that. To our critics who think we do not count, we say think again.

Our top 10 most-read stories this week were:

  1. ShareProphets takeover shock: Government agency declares Quindell's Rob Terry as our new CEO
  2. Quindell fraudster Rob Terry lying again as he plots stockmarket comeback
  3. Purplebricks – What is really going on?
  4. Video: Profiting from UK Onshore oil discussion with David Lenigas, David Bramhill, Jonathon Tidswell and Gary Newman at UK Investor Show 2017
  5. Something more than the fertilizer smells at Obtala
  6. Takeover Panel not backing down – Rangers FC Rule breaker Dave King being taken to court
  7. BNN Technology - still hugely overvalued. Sell.
  8. Table of shorted AIM shares - week to 07/04/2017
  9. MySQUAR: A classic Pump and Dump
  10. Video: Gotcha! Tom Winnifrith and Evil Knievil's 30 years of lawyer's letters and fighting fraud

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