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5.5p to 2.5p in 9 working days- the Vast Resources shitshow in full swing with ANOTHER bailout placing
Former AIM Casino disaster story United Cacao (CHOC) has updated the market this morning with regard to proposed changes to the terms of its bonds. If you are a shareholder and didn’t take Tom Winnifrith’s advice to get out, I suggest you look away now for as he predicted HERE it is indeed to be a near wipe-out even if the company survives.
Well, you can’t say you were not warned here on ShareProphets – by the Sheriff himself. Last night at no-one-is-watching o’clock (6.15pm) a small FTSE missive hit the wires confirming the deletion of erstwhile AIM-listed United Cacao (CHOC) from its FTSE AIM All-Share Index, following the continued suspension and cancellation of trading on the Casino, effective on Monday. It is thank you and goodnight.
United Cacao (CHOC) which has until February 4 to find a new nomad or it will be slung off AIM has bad news and very bad news. Let's start with the very bad news - it appears to have engaged in massive fraud. When I say "it" the allegation is against former head honcho Dennis Melka who walked the plank on January 5.
No-one could accuse United Cacao (CHOC) of hanging around when it came to staging its own fatal car crash. December 22nd to January 4th was all it needed to go all the way.
Yesterday at 4.10 PM Nomad Strand Hanson quit with immediate effect. The shares are suspended and it must be game over. First, a reminder of back to mid December when the shares were 115p.
We picked up some of these shares at the Dragon's Den pitch at the UK Investor Show. We sold this morning at a loss and in disgust at 91p. The order was just to sell after United Cacao (CHOC) served up the most god-awful trading statement on a day when most folks are just not around but are off doing Christmas shite. Sadly for Cacao Scrooge's biggest fan is at his desk and my comments on this horror are in bold.
When it comes to commodities people usually think in terms of oil or mining companies, but there are also many ‘soft’ (grown) markets, and some of these have been performing strongly.
If low life NGOs bash a company it must be doing something right. Dennis Melka of United Cacao (CHOC) explains what in his presentation at UK Investor Show. Enjoy.
To think that a certain top broker and others were getting in a lather about protests at the LSE organised by mad rich lefties working for NGOs about United Cacao (CHOC). How they were all hoodwinked. That might be a tad embarrassing for that broker as he has to admit how he was fooled by some Guardian reading loons, in his next email to clients.
An assortment of sixty indigenous organisations and Guardian reader-infested eco-loon NGO groups have slammed AIM listed United Cacao (CHOC) demanding that it be slung off the AIM Casino. Cacao has put these parasitical lefty scumbags firmly in their place with a statement this morning pointing out that the lefty scum are, simply, lying. I am delighted to be a shareholder in Cacao (post Saturday) - I don't care where its shares go I want to stand shoulder to shoulder in the fight against Trustafarian tossers working for NGOs to make people in poor countries even poorer.
The concept of bottom fishing / bargain hunting also exits in technical analysis. We have a decent example of the genre with the present set up on the daily chart of United Cacao.
From the easy to remember EPIC code of CHOC, to the sweet toothed emerging markets chocolate eaters, it would appear that United Cacoa has been blessed amply even with regard to its brief life on the stock market to date.
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