9 days ago
Schroder UK Public Private Trust (SUPP) – formerly Neil Woodford’s Patient Capital Trust (WPCT) – slipped out a new but unaudited net asset value statement yesterday at 3.32pm and it was shocking: it wiped another 20% off the previously stated NAV to bring the official figure down to just 35.01p per share. That, against the fantasy 89.07p when the flagship Woodford fund, Woodford Equity Income, was gated on 3 June 2019.
12 days ago
We are now up to eight rogue bloggers for Woodlarks with J, the son of reader Jonathan Price joining the party. That means one more person for the “having to talk to Dan Levi rota” so spreading the misery of hearing about the evils of Brexit and why disgraced Guardian fantasist Carole Cadwalladr is a genius, more widely. That is all good news. But think of how we will suffer on the day, even if it is now for less than 2 hours each and make a donation HERE. Meanwhile we continue with our training walks. As I look at the snow falling here in Wales I am glad I did my weekly walk yesterday. But here is a photo from Robert in Cornwall as he made it up to 15 miles.
106 days ago
The alternative energy sector is the broad term I use for non-oily & gassy energy listed companies. The sector has been hot all year and starts next year on some spectacular valuations. In many ways all valuations in the sector are bonkers, but which ones are most bonkers? And which companies are wearing Emperor’s new clothes? Here’s my meandering views on 6 leading contenders.
108 days ago
Sub-Standard-listed AIQ has had a chequered history since it floated on the London Stock Exchange courtesy of Andrew Monk and VSA Capital. The founding executive directors’ full details had not been correctly disclosed, there was the mother of all shambles as IPO share certificates failed to arrive in a timely manner and at the same time a buying frenzy – perhaps by people who thought there was a relationship to Mama Captain (denied), the stock spent most of its first four months as a listed entity suspended and even a placing to address the IPO shambles was messed up. Meanwhile, the stock was trading (when not suspended) at a ridiculous premium to cash, with no business.
132 days ago
I start with today’s Advent window and then turn to the issue of last minute talks with the EU regarding Brexit. As the grandson of a Bennite campaigner against the EU, I will have no Islington based fucktard lecture me about why I voted to leave. But I discuss the dire warnings in today’s papers about what may lie ahead. I also look at Novacyt (NCYT) and the pointlessness of debating with those whose starting point is not listening to what I have ever said, or reading what I have ever written, and then attacking me for what I have not said!
210 days ago
700,000 folks have lost their jobs since the start of lockdown. And as furlough unwinds and as Boris plunges us, for no reason, into another lockdown there will be many more having to sign on. Among those folks who have kept their jobs many have seen pay ciuts. Just two sectors have seen pay rises: the public sector including the BBC (natch, as they are all frigging heroes) and banking and finance. Showing an honourable candour, Andrew Monk the boss of VSA Capital admits as much.
218 days ago
Today’s latest disastrous news from Hurricane Energy (HUR) is covered by Gary Newman HERE. Gary and Peter Brailey, having been bulls in the distant past, have both been warning you for ages that this was a disaster waiting to happen. But as the shares have collapsed from 60p to just 3p over the past 15 months, one man has been steadfast in his support. Just as he was until the bitter end with the fraud Frontera (FRR), churning out comment after comment after comment suggesting quite explicitly that the shares were cheap. I refer, of course, to Fat Bastard, the whore blogger Malcolm Graham Wood.
304 days ago
An “Update on IA Grant” announcement from Ethernity Networks (ENET) is actually that it has been informed that its grant application has been declined. The shares have currently responded to 21.5p, approaching 30% lower… but surely for what it states is “a leading supplier of functional acceleration ethernet adapter cards”, this is no major problem?…
309 days ago
Yesterday I posted up court documents showing the extend of the fraud at Frontera Resources (FRR) the company slung off AIM after serial lying, which now has no assets, no cash and owes millions to its lawyers, former partners and suppliers. You would have thought that those dumb poltroons who ignored my serial warnings and still own the shares would have recognised that the game is up. But no.
328 days ago
Excluding ShareProphets Radio 29, the most read non-Tom article this week is To Buy or To Sell Avacta? That is the Question… by Malcolm Stacey at a enviable number eight or number 15 including Bearcasts.
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