Articles by: TOM WINNIFRITH, THE SHERIFF OF AIM

EPIC CTAG
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CloudTag: Life in the old fraud yet or just a new fraud and possibly money laundering?

Cloudtag (CTAG) was a bulletin board darling which we exposed as a bankrupt fraud on this website numerous times HERE. Eventually the company's Nomad, Liam Murray at Cairn Financial, arrived at the same conclusion and gave his notice of resignation.  However the company then raised £975,000 via broker Novum without telling Novum or anyone else about that resignation. Murray thus resigned with immediate effect and Novum unwound the placing while, with no other Nomad prepared to take on this toxic client, it was booted off the AIM sewer in March 2017.

  • By Tom Winnifrith, the Sheriff of AIM
  • 2022-11-26 11:11:01
EPIC AGM
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“Strategic Review” is the AIM way of saying “we are fucked” – Applied Graphene Materials

On the evening of 7th November I revealed how perma-dog ( with fleas) Applied Graphene Materials (AGM) was trying to raise money at just 2p even though the shares were 12.5p at the close the working day before. The next morning it fessed, citing my article, and admitted that the issue had been pulled and that it only had cash to last until January 31. The late Mama Cass put a date in her diary for a new gig. Today comes the words every investor dreads “strategic review.”

  • By Tom Winnifrith, the Sheriff of AIM
  • 2022-11-23 13:52:12
EPIC MSYS
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Deepverge £2m cost savings from thin air – what on earth was Gerry Brandon up to? How soon is Microsaic toast?

Gerry the arse Brandon has only “been resigned” from Deepverge (DVRG) for two weeks and yet already the new bosses have managed to find annualised cost savings of £2 million from thin air. That begs an almighty question of Brandon and surely means that he must be fired at Microsaic (MSYS) if it is not to go bust next year.

  • By Tom Winnifrith, the Sheriff of AIM
  • 2022-11-22 08:12:53
EPIC INCE
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Ince gives away broker Arden for nothing, the final chapter of a comedy of errors

Well I guess it is not quite so funny if you are a shareholder but this acquisition – now – rreversed – has destroyed Ince Group (INCE) as a credible investment. I was urged by the company’s PR to tip the stock but, according to some folks, that really would have been a kiss of death and anyhow it was self-destroying – as I predicted – without my endorsement. 

  • By Tom Winnifrith, the Sheriff of AIM
  • 2022-11-16 15:34:08
EPIC BZT
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Bezant Resources – oi Colin Bird is it bust yet?

The maths look pretty clear to me. Perhaps penny share huckster Colin Bird would want to explain why I am wrong and Bezant Resources (BZT) is not technically bust yet?

  • By Tom Winnifrith, the Sheriff of AIM
  • 2022-11-16 14:13:48
EPIC NGHT
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BREAKING: Project Pound at Nightcap – the delusional world of Sarah Willingham

On 12 September 2022, as Sarah Willingham’s Nightcap (NGHT) announced the opening of a new bar in glamorous Watford, the former Dragon’s Den star proclaimed “Nightcap now has 37 sites within its estate and a further 19 premises under offer or in legal negotiations for all its brands.” Less than two months later she said that the new openings programme was on hold. What changed? It is all to do with “Project pound.”

  • By Tom Winnifrith, the Sheriff of AIM
  • 2022-11-13 11:53:42
EPIC NGHT
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The greed, the revolting rewarding of failure of Dragons Den star Sarah Willingham exposed

I noted yesterday how the bars chain Nightcap (NGHT) has had to halt its planned rollout because of the cash crisis it faces. In the year to July 3 2022, on sales of c£35 million it reported a pre-tax profit of just £238,000 and the operating cashburn was a stonking £7 million. But boss Sarah Willingham described the year as “rewarding and fun”. Just how Rewarding and fun? You will be horrified…

  • By Tom Winnifrith, the Sheriff of AIM
  • 2022-11-11 10:09:21
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