Articles by: TOM WINNIFRITH

EPIC FCAP
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This is why Smug Sam Smith quit as FinnCap CEO, nothing to do with Leg over, Peel Hunt warns

The preposterous notion, pushed by the Daily Mail in a sycophantic interview, that Smug Sam Smith quit as CEO of FTSE 100 listed (LMFAO) FinnCrap (FCAP) to get her leg over, is blown out of the water this morning by a quite dreadful AGM warning from rival Peel Hunt (PEEL). If Peel is being battered then how do you think its, notably inferior rival FinnCap is doing? When is your warning your smugness? With results in the next couple of weeks, I suggest.

  • By Tom Winnifrith
  • 2022-07-07 08:13:31
EPIC
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Already 1/3 sold out: Shares, bears, croquet contest, salmon fishing, more shares, drink and pizza at Tom Winnifrith's farm - Sharestock, 10 September

Normally, 70% of seats are sold in the seven weeks before a show. Here we are, more than ten weeks from ShareStock, and one third of the seats are already booked out. Fingers crossed, it will be sold out by September 10 - and why not, as we have a great day on offer. Shares, prize croquet, salmon fishing, all-day booze and home-produced food: what better way to spend a Saturday? 

  • By Tom Winnifrith
  • 2022-07-06 16:15:01
EPIC PROC
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ProCook – why on earth pay a dividend? Reckless folly!

Results for the year to April 3 2022 - out today from Procook (PROC) - were made irrelevant when, on 10 June this year, the company issued a dire profits warning.  But for what it's worth, the results are shite.

  • By Tom Winnifrith
  • 2022-07-06 15:21:34
EPIC
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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Malcom is wrong, as Tesco dumps Whiskas

I start with the fate of PM BlowJo. He is toast, but it does not matter: nothing will change, whoever fills his shoes. Then, it is onto Tesco ditching Whiskas. Our cats are already on Tesco's own brand, supplemented by the local wildlife - but what does this say about inflation and corporate earnings? After that, I discuss Malcolm Stacey, and why he is so wrong on Zoo Digital (ZOO). Finally, I look at Cineworld (CINE) and AO World (AO.). The former stays silent on the big issue, and is a 2022 zero. The latter has 21 months until the Fat Lady's performance, notwithstanding today's fundraise.

  • By Tom Winnifrith
  • 2022-07-06 14:49:18
EPIC PRD
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Predator’s Lonny Baumgardner misleads investors, as he unleashes Twitter diarrhoea

The shameless ramper is at it again. Yesterday, the boss of Predator Oil & Gas (PRD) unleashed a Twitter volley, as shown below. The last tweet is, arguably, the sort of material that should be left for an RNS. This is a massive red flag, especially when Lonny is actively deceiving. I underline one tweet that is simply not true.

  • By Tom Winnifrith
  • 2022-07-06 08:05:21
EPIC
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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Will Lucian Miers survive Thursday Night?

As a Scottish Catholic, Lucian Miers will support Norway this Thursday. I think this is unwise, as we are sitting amongst the Northern Ireland supporters. I'll have to explain to fellow members of the GAWA that Lucian is a Fenian, hence his sudden love-in with the land of Quisling. On shares, I look at Edenville Energy (EDL) and its new board member, Paul Ryan (remember him?). Then, I discuss Central Copper Resources, Cineworld (CINE), and Purplebricks (PURP), which, ceteris paribus, will go bust in a year.

  • By Tom Winnifrith
  • 2022-07-05 15:12:45
EPIC AO
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AO World: tries to reassure, but fails – keep shorting

Yesterday, there were press reports concerning third-party credit insurers: they had tightened their terms, which would lead to suppliers demanding cash sooner from AO World (AO.). Today, the company served to clarify the position, yet seems to have calmed few nerves, if any at all.

  • By Tom Winnifrith
  • 2022-07-04 15:05:26
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