Yesterday at 9.33 am ShareProphets published our criticism of (formerly) AIM-listed Draganfly, which hadn’t bothered to update investors since July and whose shares were cancelled from the Casino yesterday morning. So much for the RTO and associated due diligence process which was well advanced in July! The cancellation was announced by AIM at 7am, yet it took until 10.44 for Draganfly to issue a statement. Why?
Shareholders in (now formerly) AIM-listed Draganfly (DRG) were treated this morning to news that the company has been given the AIM-Casino heave-ho as of 7am. Of course, ShareProphets readers were warned two years ago and twice more since that this run’n’coke was one for the asbestos suit and a very long bargepole – see HERE, HERE and HERE. I guess an ouzo is in order….
I last covered AIM-listed Draganfly (DRG) HERE and concluded that it was one for the asbestos suit and a very, very long bargepole. Now, almost 15 months on, its (afterhours, natch) interims caught my eye. Apparently the Board are [sic] pleased to announce them, and so is the Chairman. So they are good, right?
At almost no-one-is-watching o’clock yesterday (4pm) a complete waste of space POS on AIM called Draganfly Investments Limited (DRG) announced that it had raised a poxy £145,000 before expenses through the good offices of its Broker Beaufort Securities at 0.8p a share – a discount to the prevailing share price of 27% - representing 35% of the existing equity. Ouch and double ouch. But the whole thing is a complete joke of an enterprise.
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