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Supply@Me Capital – the fallout from the demise of Greensill Capital

Greensill described itself, and I use the past tense for a reason, as “the market-leading provider of working capital finance for businesses and people globally. We unlock capital so the world can put it to work. Our more than 1,000 specialists worldwide provide Supply Chain Finance around the world, but we are about much more. Greensill uses the power of financial markets to unlock capital on terms that fit the needs of our clients, from 20 days to 20 years and beyond.” Whatever.

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Who exposed Neil Woodford - laughable fake news from the Sunday Times cocksuckers

The first article where we warned about Neil Woodford was in 2015. By 2017 our coverage was detailed and on an industrial scale taking aparty every aspect of the Woodford empire. As Bloomberg stated yesterday, we  at ShareProphets, were first. The deadwood press, including the Sunday Times just blew the great man off. But today we learn , as you can see below, that it was a Sunday Times investigation on March 3 2019 that FIRST exposed what was going on. FAKE NEWS!!!!


Mkango Groupies - do you realise just how 100% fecked Noble Group is?

Shares in Mkango Resources (MKA) rocketed last week after it announced a tie up with Singapore based Noble Group which committed Noble to invest £12 million to get a 49% stake in Mkango's Songwe asset. But folks fail to appreciate that there is no guarantee that Noble has the cash to meet its commitments. It's bonds are junk rated and it is quite simple fecked. And it gets worse.


Notes from Underground: Popcorn time

Well, it's time to sit back, put one's feet up, and watch how the Cloudtag events unfold. Will the company avoid the terrible fate of the death spiral? Or will it, as the bulletin board morons suggest, suddenly demonstrate a viable and desirable wearable product at the CES 2017 trade fair in, oh, five weeks.


Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Speaking at length about AIM fraud to a bird from Bloomberg

She was horrified. I am not sure she agreed with my line that the mainstream press were part of the problem not the solution but she agreed that AIM had its issues. On the bearcast today I look at Red Leopard (RLH), Formation Group (FRM), Mobile Streams (MOS) and its charming CEO - Andalas (ADL) - whose CEO is a tosser - Strat Aero (AERO), Finnaust (FAM), Inspirit (INSP), Plus 500 (PLUS), Advanced Oncotherapy (AVO)), TrakM8 (TRAK) and Cloudtag (CTAG) plus one way of looking at it which sees 300 companies on AIM as a sort of fraud.


Notes from Underground: Sinko de Mayo

I see the  nutters on Twitter going on about as the share price of some company or other that ShareProphets investigates continues to rise, we're obviously idiots who don't know how to do the only important thing in life - fill yer boots.


Gulf Keystone 0p by early May - I slash target price from 1p

I am beginning to think that my 1p target price for Gulf Keystone (GKP) is in fact far too generous. Having called this as a sell at 180p and all the way down to abuse from every moron in the land I think it is time to revise the target price. The shares are off another 9% today to just 4.675p. Okay I shall stop being a nice guy, I am cutting my target price from 1p to 0p.


Pacific Tycoon defies gravity, yeah right: its a Norfolk

I have noted before that Pacific Tycoon, the scheme promising mouth-watering returns from investing in Asian freight containers is a ponzi. I have been asked by the company withdraw my comments but refused. Checking its website it continues to make the same outrageous claims. But hang on...


Atkins... as night follows day: time to short

Coming up to two years ago I sold short in Weir Group (WEIR) with a market cap of £2.4 billion at 2,094p. 
I quickly covered the short about a month or so later at around 2,300p. I closed in the midst of a sharp run up in Weir's price, driven by spurious bid speculation and a short squeeze; short interest at the time was 12%. The market then was also fairly unforgiving for shorts, still being juiced by QE, statements of "whatever it takes" and all that.

Avanti Quarterlies: When is the next fund raise & what is the real debt? Matt Earl kicks off

Bear raider Matt Earl, the “dark destroyer”, has added to his Avanti short this morning. He reckons that debt today is materially higher than that stated as at 31st March and that a rescue refinancing is “a strong possibility” this year. Earl says that “Gravity may be about to kick in.” 

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