EnQuest is up over 50% since I tipped it, but it offers a great leveraged play on the oil price so I would continue to hold
This is so rotten and corrupt at every level that the FCA should be crawling all over sub Standard listed Dev Clever (DEV) and Mark Horrocks driven sub standard listed Asimilar (ASLR). It seems that FCA staff are too busy shitting under their desks to do anything about it.
Welcome once again to the bonkers world of (Sub-) Standard-Listed Asimilar (ASLR). This morning we learnt that it had exercised its right via its new subsidiary which was surely not only worthless but worth a minus amount at acquisition to pay 10p a share for confetti in fellow Sub-Standard Listed Dev Clever (DEV) when the shares were 8.85p. But it is worse than that….
Last week, when we learned the final outcome of the previous ramp of Asimilar (ASLR), I noted the collapse of its share price and that it is what happens when you invest in a ramp. Well blow me down, this morning we are off again with an announcement of an acquisition of Intrinsic Capital (Jersey) Limited from Mr Mark Horrocks…
When I wrote about Asimilar (ASLR) back in February on its suspension, my last comment was that I sense a car crash coming this way…… This morning the car crash has happened, but it will surely get far worse...
Chris Akers ramp AIM-listed Asimilar (ASLR) saw its shares suspended on Friday after the company announced it was buying a stake in Sentiance, an AI company in Belgium. But hang on, I thought another Akers ramp, Mesh Holdings (MESH), was supposed to be buying that!
As followed on ShareProphets, AIM-listed Yolo Leisure proved a damp squib and reformed itself into Asimilar (ASLR), a Chris Akers – backed vehicle. As before with Concha (CHA – and now booted off the Casino), EVR Holdings (EVR) and Red Leopard Holdings (RLH), where it seems the involvement of Mr Akers brings the ability to ramp hot air to at least £100 million worth, Asimilar’s shares have been rising. But when the music stops, will this prove Asimilar to the others or will the shares collapse back down again?
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