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While many Bulletin Board favourities have the reliability of a cheap deodorant, Leyshon Resources seems to be the exception that proves the rule.
While it may be argued successfully that the daily share price chart of Solo Oil is not one which at first glance may rev people up to pile in on the long side, it may be the case that the Tanzania focused resources group is enough of a slow burn technical contender to offer adventurous traders a punt which could double over the next 3-4 months.
AIM, Canada and Peru-listed Latin America focused gold miner Minera IRL (MIRL) has announced exploration results from three gold vein systems in Patagonia, Argentina.
Having done a “Michael Fish” over there likely to be no meltdown at Quindell Portfolio earlier today (feel free to Google him), there will be no prisoners taken as far as the downside is concerned at struggling stocks. Example 1 is Magnolia Petroleum.
Investors in Gulf Keystone (GKP) are on tenterhooks right now awaiting the outcome of a court case bought about by a small outfit named Excalibur which is claiming that Gulf owes it a chunk of its assets.
I offer no comment on this weekly feature it is a simple matter of observation.
Watch this very detailed presentation by Kryso Resources.
I am grateful to a fellow on Twitter for flagging up yet another horrific lie from US Oil & Gas, this time from April 19th 2012.
Having called Bowleven up from 65p to 100p plus at the beginning of the year, no one could accuse me of not being a fan of the stock.
I revealed some weeks ago how AIM Cesspit listed oil company Sefton Resources (SER) had instigated a smear campaign against its two principal critics, myself and Daniel Levi (aka Brokerman Dan).
I am slightly miffed that Quindell Portfolio has given a charting sell on an exhaustion gap fill end of day close basis – one that delivers bearish news for technical traders, but not the end of the world scenario my fundamentals based friends are warning of.
Another day and more documents emerge. Among the absolute classics is an email from Brian McDonnel (the hapless CEO) to a shareholder demanding that the shareholder cease ringing contractors and officials in Nevada to discover things about life in Hot Creek. Brian says that it is illegal for shareholders to do such due diligence. What piffle.
That is not to say that the IT staffing and services group is set to become a printer but there is a parallel as I shall describe below and it is a reason to buy Parity (PTY) now at 43p.
Bear raider Evil Knievil and I chatted tonight and he is in celebratory mood following the post results meltdown in the share price of AIM Cesspit listed Quindell Portfolio (QPP).
I have today been passed secret documents sent by both the FSA and regulators at PLUS Markets to advisors to disgraced scandal ridden US Oil & Gas.
While it is always tempting to go over the top after a minnow has had a good day as video search engine group Blinkx has had today, it has had stunning technical for a number of months and therefore what we are seeing is no flash in the pan.
Post 6 directors of AIM-listed, Tanzania gold producer Shanta Gold (SHG) acquiring an aggregate of more than £185,000 worth of shares at 17.75p each last month I updated that, whilst there remained risks, there looked to be value in the shares but that current gold market sentiment was clearly not helpful and could still see the shares fall in the short-term.
Commissioned researcher Edison has published a detailed report on all of the companies seeking oil in the waters around the Falkland Islands a sub sector that has served up more spills than thrills for investors in recent times.
We reported here a couple of weeks ago that AIM and TSX listed Arian Silver (AGQ) had tried to get a placing away in the UK and had failed and was thus resorting to tapping investors in the Dominions.
As I head off to Greece later this week it will be to start training at altitude in the Taygetos Mountains. Only kidding. But i have been taking to the gym and starting some modest walks. I really do not want to be shown up too badly on 28 July when Brokerman Dan Levi and I walk from Horse Hill to Woodlarks.
Hooray. After this week's doorstepping and podcast special and the work back in Bristol this is a great day. I suspect it is game over and discuss the probable demise of Folli Follie. Never buy a stock on a PE of 1. Elsewhere I look at rumours concerning Nomad Northland, at Echo Energy (ECHO), the fraud MySquar (MYSQ), my letter to Julie Meyer HERE, Sound Energy (SOU), Westminster Group (WSG) - with its revolting chairman ex Tory MP Tony Baldry - and Frontera (FRR) and its latest pre placing ramp. Now come on chaps, if you enjoy bearcast - and I know 1000 of you do every day - please donate £10 NOW to the Woodlarks charity walk - HERE
A reader says that if I invite Julie Meyer MBE to join myself and Brokerman Dan Levi on our sponsored 30 mile walk for Woodlarks on July 28 he will donate £400, if she turns up he will donate an additional £600. Why not? I am sure that Brokerman Dan would be happy to share some of his past experiences with her and that might prep Ms Meyer for her life going forward. The letter is below. Now how about you all donate a tenner each HERE.
Having collapsed by another 25% yesterday to just 4.8 Euro shares in Folli Follie were suspended on the Athens stock exchange first thing today prompting a bearcast ouzo. Initially the company told the Greek media that it was because of all we nasty bears spreading false rumours and creating a disorderly market. Then at 11.30 GMT the awful truth came out.
I am waiting for Fat Bastard, the whore blogger Malcolm Graham Wood to earn his pay cheque by saying what great news Frontera Resources (FRR) has served up today. Of course it has not. This is more meaningless gibberish designed to pump the stock ahead of a bailout placing. But I have to take issue with the City's No 1 oil analyst Zac "the knife" Phillips of SP Angel. He is right to be mega bearish but wrong about the company. He opines:
It is now almost two weeks since the regulators at the Maltese FSA (MSFA) suspended the license of Julie Meyer to conduct financial activities including fund management. The word on the street is that the license will be cancelled altogether soon. But it seems that back in London the dozy fuckers round at the FCA still have not caught up and indeed are now derelict in their duty to protect consumers.
The first thing to note is that the NAV of Paternoster Resources (PRS) was 0.172p per share and that was 94% in cash and listed investments. One of the larger stakes was in I3 Energy (I3E), shares in which have rocketed in recent weeks - almost certainly unjustifiably but that is life. With overheads slashed by the new regime, the NAV could well be heading towards 0.2p per share. The shares are 0.08p-0.1p which makes them a cracking buy ahead of the next NAV statement.
Last week I reported that twitter had suspended the account of @ariadnebankrupt which is run by a whistleblower and has exposed all sort of damaging material on Julie "lingerie on expenses" Meyer's crumbling empire. In the face of a blizzard of letters from Meyer's latest lawyer, Julian Pike of Farrer & Co, the account was silenced. Bad news Julie..it is back
I had to laugh last night when I saw PrimaryBid’s pre-Bank Holiday offer to the likes of you and me - Mereo Biopharma (MPH) - as although there’s some stiff competition, I think this must the worst deal offered up to-date and, in fact, worse than the other offer of a lifetime that I’m currently working out how to avoid, namely dinner at the in-laws during the Champions League final!
ScotttheScott was almost there but not quite. Yesterday I asked you to suggest which of the four figures below was the odd one out: former Tory leader Iain Duncan Smith, devout Christian Julie Meyer MBE, divine actress Jennifer Aniston and shamed ex Sefton Boss JimmlyLiar Ellerton. I am shocked that Henry Gewanter who, heroically, ensured that MPs expenses were leaked and who used to act for Praise The Lord failed to get the right answer. That answer is:
Hello Share Cavaliers. There’ll be more than a few readers whose hearts sink whenever they see something about the Beaufort affair on this glittering website. But my purpose today is to try to add a little cheer if I can. So I’ve been looking at a few of the more positive points in this scary affair. Well, perhaps ‘positive’ is a wrong word in this context. So let’s say ‘less scary’ instead.
In today's bearcast I start by putting our own in house Bulletin Board loon Wildes in his place over what I write. If you donlt like the Folli Follie and Julie Meyer material ( it will be sub 2.5% of our output this year) feel free to piss off mate. Then I look at the latest bust up at WPP (WPP) which should just come clean over why Sir Martin Sorrell walked the plank. Finally I take apart the latest comments made by the whore blogger Malcolm Graham Wood on POS AIM ramp Frontera Resources (FRR). Wildes is not the only one NOT to have sponsored myself and Brokerman Dan for our 30 mile Woodlarks walk. If you enjoy bearcast I am sure you can spare a tenner so donate HERE - to those who have donated I say thank you.
From the FCA's spreadsheet of short positions required to be disclosed to it, the following shows the shorted AIM shares with positions from 2017 and thus far in 2018 (by net short position %) - and if this position has increased (red), reduced (green) or remained unchanged (black) since last week...
Digital retail technology and enterprise software group Sanderson (SND) has announced results for its half year ended 31st March 2018 “slightly ahead of management's expectations” and “the board has a good level of confidence that Sanderson will make significant further progress during the current financial year”…
First a quick shout out to subscriber SoupChicken for their gracious comments on Tate & Lyle (TATE) earlier in the comment section of another story. Latest numbers from the sugars and ingredients company crystalised(!) many of the hopes I put out in my February update, which you can read HERE. As I noted back then '...for punters the 550s is one level to write down' and boy did that work from the sentiment lows in late March with the shares now breaking 650p. So that's great...but what now I hear you ask?
Previously writing on Defenx (DFX) early last month I concluded ‘Current CEO Alessandro Poerio did only join in November – good luck, but I suggest there not a bargepole long enough for this stock currently. Thanks to bringing it to the market to Strand Hanson, WH Ireland and Newgate (PR)!’. Now a “Resignation of Director” announcement…
In early February 2018 PR guru Henry Gewanter was still spinning for Julie "lingerie on expenses" Meyer MBE, having been hired on 23 January, telling journalists that she was misunderstood and the victim of malicious gossip. Henry learned the ghastly truth in due course and is now suing her for his outstanding fees. But did Ms Meyer ever have any intention of paying? Winnileaks has new documents, marked strictly private and confidential, which we have published in full and passed to Gewanter to assist him in his battle for justice.
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