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BREAKING: Supply@Me Capital – has death spiral provider Venus Capital already dumped 4.7 billion shares?

Yesterday at 5.38 pm the fraud Supply@ME Capital (SYME) issued a TR1 RNS stating that Venus Capital SA now owned 13.95% of Supply amounting to 7,900,000 shares based on the 56,617,688,143 SYME shares currently in issue.  Cue major rejoicing by the morons on Twitter and the Bulletin Boards.  The various myths that the morons invented when the first Venus capital allocation of 2,770,000,00 shares on 27 April 2022 when Supply had 40,239,339,950 shares in issue which represented over a 6% stake to explain away the fact that no RNS was issue have been conveniently forgotten for the time being.


Venus has sold every singly Supply share it has been given - proof for the morons

There are still some morons out there who reckon that mysterious offshore death spiral provider Venus is an actual investor in the fraud Supply@ME Capital (SYME) shares. They are encouraged in this delusion by the company but the reality is that Venus uses ramptastic and fanciful RNS's from Supply to forward sell shares onto the morons and then converts loan notes into shares to cover. In other words it always has either a negative or zero position in the stock. You think it is just me saying that? Have a butchers at page 5 of the current prospectus which will allow Supply to issue even more billions of death spiral shares...


Supply@ME Capital & Tradeflow – who needs the divorce more?

The purchase of loss making sub scale asset manager Tradeflow by the fraud Supply@ME Capital (SYME) for a bonkers price in a deal which saw millions of pounds worth of shares handed to secretive offshore bank accounts was always mysterious and another red flag to add to the forest already flying. Last month Supply said that it was considering unwinding the deal but yesterday’s dire interims beg the question at whose instigation?


Supply@Me Capital – is sub scale loss making asset manager TradeFlow still over valued?

I noted earlier that in today’s interims from the fraud Supply@ME Capital (SYME) there was, according to note 11,  another impairment charge of £765,000 on TradeFlow goodwill to add to the previous £800,000 impairment charge at the year end making a total of £1,565,000.  The remaining intangibles of TradeFlow are carried at £6,724,000 in the balance sheet but is this still too optimistic a number?

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