Okay the crime is not as exciting as it sounds and was not, as far as I know, perpetrated by some Bulletin Board loon. After discussing that I look at Chill Brands (CHLL), Brave Bison (BBSN) and Skinbiotherapeutics (SBTX)
I doubt that this poster will be challenging the wonderful Rachel Riley on Countdown. If you are bored over the Christmas break and can’t get enough thrills from watching my Great Aunt in the Sound of Music try to find any comment on any Bulletin Board more moronic than the one below, from the LSE asylum Supply@ME Capital (SYME thread natch. Post your entries in the comments section below. The deadline is midnight on Boxing Day.
Brian Basham sent my most recent article on Vast Resources (VAST) to the Oxymorons at AIM Regulation demanding it take action. Its risible response is below followed by another damning missive from the Fleet Street legend.
Loathsome Neill Ricketts of Versarien (VRS) seems intent on destroying his Bulletin Board critic Ian Westbrook in order to preserve his good name. Really I meant that – seriously, stop sniggering at the back! But Mr Westbrook is not backing down and has hired the legal team which has helped me see off so many bullies who are working at a very reasonable rate to defend the brave Westbrook. But costs will mount up so Ian, Club Sandwich on the boards, has launched a crowdfunding operation to raise an initial £20,000. I ask of you two things:
On Monday I published the fascist and third rate lawyers letter sent on behalf of loathsome Versarien (VRS) boss Neill Ricketts to a Bulletin Board critic. Ricketts has nmot got a hope in hell of winning in court and the disclosure process would ruin him and destroy Versarien. the critic knows that and so has responded to the muddle headed 12th rate lawyers acting for Ricketts. That response is below.
Yesterday I published the fascist lawyer’s letter sent by 10th tier law firm Hugh Paddison of Cheltenham and explained why on matters of libel it makes no case at all – this is merely an attempt to bully a Bulletin Board poster into silence. But it gets worse for loathsome and disgraced AIM boss Neill Ricketts.
There may be no limit to the stupidity of the lunatic fans of AIM-listed jam-tomorrow IoT investment company Tern plc (TERN) but the market’s early reaction to this morning’s FY20 results – a drop of 18% – suggests that you can’t fool all of the market all of the time. In short, the numbers are a calamity.
The battle for free speech is hotting up. I have just published a piece HERE on attempts to shut down a new TV channel before it goes on air because its founders are not part of the woke establishment. Meanwhile, a few days ago I expressed my hatred for the badgers living at the Welsh Hovel here. Mistakenly, I also outlined a plan to get rid of them which I now understand is against the law. Suddenly, on certain bulletin boards and on Twitter, badgers are seen as the nation’s favourite animal and I am off to jail.
Cripes! This is beginning to make Tesla look like a deep down value play! There were, when I stopped counting at just before 5 yesterday, more than 150 posts on the ADVFN Bulletin Board. All ramptastic nonsense but as of now Supply@ME Capital (SYME) is the biggest riser in London at 0.315p and is valued at £69 million. It is worth NOTHING. Please remember 4 key facts:
Covid 19 brings out the best in folks and the worst in folks. In that vein to lighten the mood I bring you a Bulletin Board Moron contest with a difference. Simply find the most idiotic post on the LSE, ADVFN, iii asylums or on twitter which must reference the virus and post it in the comments section below before midnight on Sunday 22 March. I challenge you to surpass this effort below, from Versarien (VRS) ramper superg on the ADVFN asylum who thinks short sellers want folks to die from the virus for their financial gain.
Yes i am calling out Versarien (VRS) for fraud and explain why. Feel free to take legal action Neill Ricketts, I shall see you bitchez in court and triumph. The meat of this podcast looks at the seven stages of madness and gref in the life of a Bulletin Board thread covering a Norfolk, with Versarien as my case study. Enjoy.
I want to get in there before my colleagues and flag up that the valuation of the ramp du jour AFC Energy (AFC) is absurd and that the company is drowning in red flags. Reading some of the Bulletin Board posts this smells just like Cloudtag although obviously it is not a Norfolk. Natch. I want to makle that clear.
In today's podcast I look at Reabold Resources (RBD), debagged by myself earlier, Bahamas Petroleum (BPC), Anglo African Oil & Gas (AAOG) and Bidstack (BIDS). and, with a hat tip to Andrew Monk, I look at the species known as a Bulletin Board Ramper.
If you believe certain prize Bulletin Board loons the demise of Worthington PLC (WRN) was all my fault. Moreover since the company had massive asset backing I should be hung drawn and quartered. Well sorry to break the news to you chaps but the Liquidator has published his first report. The news ain't good....
Yesterday afternoon I received an email from a fellow who had bad news about Falanx (FLX). But it was fake news. How does a company react to fake news, I don't know is the answer. So what happened?
i3 Energy (13E) floated at 55p earlier this week. Its shares now trade at just 34.5p to sell. Even by the standards of the AIM Casino this has been a god-awful IPO. But it is going to get an awful lot worse.
Oh man, this week's nominations were very thin gruel indeed. But someone is always more moronic than another, so let's go.
Morning Tom, people on the BB speculating you have sold your OPTI holding, can you confirm please?Thank you. That was one of the emails that I received this morning. The short answer is "its bollocks" but perhaps this merits a longer answer.
My head is still spinning from the sheer tackiness of the Spring Fair at the NEC which I attended today. Whatever you say about coca cola flavoured penises at least they work, unlike Cloudtag's Onitor. But this event has at least spawned more Bulletin Board madness. So to enter this week's contest just post the most idiotic twitter or Bulletin Board post of the week in the comments section below. Deadline midnight Sunday 12th February.
I have stated repeatedly that AIM Bulletin Board darling Cloudtag (CTAG) is a fraud. It has repeatedly lied to investors to help it raise cash. But I have an offer and a challenge to its CEO Amit Ben Haim which is worth £5000 to Cloudtag.
One of the comments made by bulletin board/Twitter morons that I always find mystifying is: "Oh, you guys are just trying to get page views."
Convicted criminal Aiden Earley has today sent a lawyers letter to ADVFN (AFN) threatening it, unless it removes posts made by certain individuals within 48 hours. The insurance policy ADVFN has is standard for Bulletin Boards and means that it is almost certain to remove the posts even though it knows that they are not defamatory in any way shape or form. So much for free speech in the UK.
The post below shows just how paranoid some of these morons are, but also their bloated sense of self-importance. Do they honestly think that our writers have the time let alone the inclination to go posting on God damn BBs anonymously. Journalists write - usually - in their own name on websites where they are paid hard cash to write. This poltroon should not be left in charge of a piggy bank let alone a share trading account. But I do hope he finds three minutes to watch THIS
At what stage do you think that the folk who bought into the Worthington (WRN) fraud will accept that they have lost everything? I reckon even after it has gone into administration some folks will still think they own a golden ticket. There were 15 entries into the last BB ramper of the week sponsored by Strat Aero (AERO) PR man, aka fake BB Moron sayitlikeitis, as you can see here. But the winner?
I think that the answer is that however many times they have facts pointed out to them and are warned of the consequences of acting like imbeciles, the desire to self destruct is almost unstoppable. The picture below demonstrates that point.
Hello Share Crafters. In the past I’ve probably written too many pieces on a medical share which I like. During that period, I’ve seen the shares rise from 2p to 17p. Sadly, the share price has reversed back to 6.5p. And the worst of it is I bought a shedload more shares when they were around 10p. I refer, of course, to that darling of the bulletin boards Advanced Oncotherapy (AVO). I haven’t featured the company for some time now and it’s probably worth an update.
A raft of folks who enjoy financial hari-kiri were unearthed in last week's Bulletin Board Moron of the week contest but there is a clear joint winner. Can we do better this week?
Every single Bulletin Board and twitter ramper seems to have a field day with AIM listed Glenwick (GWIK) over the past few weeks - it is the rampttastic cash shell of the moment. This stinks in oh so many ways and why can't these folks do basic maths?
I had overlooked that today was another lazy Britain day - that is to say a Bank Holiday. Thus the HotStockRockets share tip scheduled for 3 PM today is postponed lest one of our readers feels the need to blab to the Bulletin Boards. It will go live instead at 8.30 AM Tuesday so paying readers get to buy first. You can access the website for as little as £5 ahead of that share tip HERE
Featuring shares in Beowulf Mining (BEM), Fast Forward Innovations (FFWD), Independent Oil & Gas (IOG), New World Oil & Gas (NEW) and Proxama (PROX) with share price targets set for all five stocks.
Featuring shares in Aeorema Communications (AEO), Alexander Mining (AXM), Central Rand Gold (CRND), Mosman Oil & Gas (MSMN) and Trinity Exploration (TRIN) with share price targets for all five stocks.
Featuring shares in Alba Mineral Resources (ALBA), Boxhill Technologies (BOX), LGO Energy (LGO), Mosman Oil & Gas (MSMN) and Vast Resources (VAST) with share price targets for all five stocks.
Although shares of Sareum were in the Bulletin Board Hero zone a couple of years ago, this status has been eroded by a rather erratic, but persistent breakdown over the intervening period.
Is there no limit to the stupidity of some folks who post comments about shares on Bulletin Boards? And why do the morons all appear to own the same stocks in their portfolios of death? Worthington, Afren, Daniel Stewart, Quindell - will they all pile into Rangers FC when it relists? Probably only if Rob Terry takes a stake. In this shortened week I invite you to post the daftest and most inane comment you find about shares on twitter or on a Bulletin Board in the comments section below. The deadline is Sunday at midnight.
When I wrote about Advanced Oncotherapy (AVO) at the weekend, it was copied and pasted word for word, almost immediately into blogger’s corner at the LSE website.
The Bulletin Board Morons are noted sometimes for their denial (Afren delisted today, is there hope), sometimes for their sheer stupidity (Worthington Golden ticket holders) and sometimes for their ability to come up with conspiracy theories which are just the other side of insane (Quindell) and sometimes for letting bigotry or a blue mist overcome reality (Rangers FC). And that brings us to last week’s winning Bulletin Board Moron of the week.
In the past seven days, 50,555 unique readers read 91,679 pages on ShareProphets. The circulation of the Investors Chronicle is c30,000. Shares is less than half of that. To our critics who think we do not count, we say think again. And here ae the ten most read stories. It is not just Quindell..
We have been sent this question posted on a Bulletin Board by some sap who bought Afren (AFR) using CFDs. He seems unaware of the horror that unfolds on a margin call.
Featuring Amur Minerals (AMUR), Castleton Technology (CTP), EMED Mining (EMED), Forbidden Technologies (FBT), Motif Bio (MTFB)
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Featuring Global Brands (GBR), Premier African Minerals (PREM), President Energy (PPC), Proteome Sciences (PRM), Roxi Petroleum (RXP)
Featuring Edenville (EDL), Jubilee Platinum (JLP), Motif Bio (MTFB), Northcote Energy (NCT), Scancell (SCLP), Xtract Resources (XTR)
Featuring Advanced Oncotherapy (AVO), Amphion Innovations (AMP), Central Rand Gold (CRND), Eurasia Mining (EUA), Valirx (VAL)
Featuring Aortech International (AOR), Clontarf Energy (CLON), GCM Resources (GCM), Minco (MIO), Oilex (OEX)
Featuring African Potash (AFPO), Bushveld Minerals (BMN), Clear Leisure (CLP), DJI Holdings (DJI), Orogen Gold (ORE)
Featuring Bacanora Minerals (BCN), Forbidden Technologies (FBT), Sula Iron & Gold (SULA), Totally (TLY), Union Jack Oil (UJO), Vast Resources (VAST)
Featuring Amur Minerals (AMC), Daniel Stewart (DAN), Jubilee Platinum (JLP), LGO Energy (LGO), Starcom (STAR), Tern (TERN)
Featuring AFC Energy (AFC), Hurricane Energy (HUR), Mercom Oil Sands (MMO), Surgical Innovations (SUN), and Totally (TLY)
Featuring Alba Mineral Resources (ALBA), Frontera Resources (FRR), Madagascar Oil (MOIL), Oracle Coalfields (ORCP), Provexis (PXS), Yolo (YOLO)
Featuring Camco Clean Energy (CCE), Eurasia Mining (EUA), Frontline (FRO), Globo (GBO), Surgical Innovations (SUN)
Featuring AFC Energy (AFC) Kea Petroleum (KEA) Northern Petroleum (NOP) Sefton Resources (SER) Tethys Petroleum (TPL) Xcite Energy (XEL)
Featuring Azonto Petroleum, Daniel Stewart, Jubilee Platinum, Oilex, TekCapital, Transense Technologies.
Featuring Aminex (AEX), LGO Energy (LGO), Mercom Oil Sands (MMO), Premier African Minerals (PREM), San Leon Energy (SLE), and Sula Iron & Gold (SULA).
Featuring Bushveld Minerals (BMN), Central Rand Gold (CRND), Galileo Resources (GLR), Proxama (PROX), Red Rock Resources (RRR), Stellar Resources (STEL).
Today, I look at Bahamas Petroleum, Baobab Resources, Coal Of Africa, Churchill Mining, Edenville and Transense Technologies.
Both of these stocks were Bulletin Board darlings and both will ultimately deliver either total or near total wipe-out for shareholders. It just struck me that they have other things in common. And the price action as death approaches is the most striking.
Tesco, Waitrose, John Lewis and Now Etihad Airlines have all asked Google not to carry their ads on ShareProphets as a result of a campaign by Bulletin Board Jihadists who do not like what I have to say.
It really is time that I took the mantle up and commented on some of the so-called “Bulletin Board Heroes” for exactly what they are. At best lifestyle companies run for the benefit of their Board at worst out and out frauds using the London Stock Exchange as a mechanism for Corporate self-aggrandisement. Of course not all are fakirs or frauds some are just badly run companies while others have failed through poor management decisions or been subject to the vagaries of the market in which they operate. I hear an awful lot about the “China frauds” but there’s another class of dodgy geezers operating out of Perth Western Australia. The “Aussie Lurkers. What’s a Lurk? Google it!
I penned a piece on bulletin board favourite Rare Earth Minerals (REM) in July of this year at a share price of 1.65p and I called it to 0.5p because I reckoned the market had been overhyped on the lithium valuation. Ok, we didn't get the 70% tanking I was expecting but we did get a stonking 48% decline because the share price is now only 0.88p, proving my call was right.
We have just re-released my bestselling book, the 49 Golden Rules of Making Money from Shares. I do not mean I outsell Jeffrey Archer, just that of my books it has been the biggest winner. Rules 22 deals with shares that are Bulletin Board favourites, rule 23 with top slicing. We have 50 free copies of the book to hand out this month and you can get yours by filling in the form HERE.
The starting gun has been fired on drilling at Horse Hill. A. Houseman provided a bookies guide to the runners and riders earlier HERE. But what do ShareProphets Readers expect to happen. Opinion is sharply divided according to our poll.
Today folk I want to start by congratulating everyone who is in profit with Mosman Oil & Gas (MSMN). The shares ballooned higher last week, just like a number of Wayne Rooney's shots yesterday. The returns some of you are sitting on are phenomenal so well done