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DeepMatter – Christmas Eve fundraising roll-call of shame… Oh, and a revenue warning!

On Monday on ‘digital chemistry data’ group DeepMatter (DMTRas the shares fell below 0.70p I concluded hopefully our prior warnings were heeded, though still bargepole / sell. Hopefully at least that warning was heeded as now a Christmas Eve “Placing, Subscription and Open Offer”…

CNS
CNS

Corero Network Security – emphasises “significantly ahead of market expectations”, but what does it actually mean?...

“pre-close update” from self-styled “a leading provider of real-time, high-performance, automatic Distributed Denial of Service cyber defense solutions” Corero Network Security (CNS) includes EBITDA to be significantly ahead of market expectations for the year”… and the shares have currently responded more than 16% higher to above 13p. Is that justifiable?…

NET
NET

Netcall – results emphasising “growth opportunities”, but are they to be sufficient?...

Year ended 30th June 2021 results from automation and customer engagement software company Netcall (NET) emphasise “growing cloud business is delivering enhanced profitability and revenue visibility which, combined with our product innovation, produces new growth opportunities”. The shares though closed last month at 88p, yesterday at 85.5p and are currently heading towards 80p. What’s the value situation?…

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Video: We are about to re-enter the storm that started in 2008

Asset manager Jaime Carrasco of Canaccord Genuity warns that we’re about to re-enter the storm that began back in 2008. He says, “Get your ship prepared.”

ARB
ARB

Argo Blockchain US fundraise is at just 109p - no wonder ELEVEN brokers managed to get it away

Yes, you read that correctly, the US ADR placing of Argo Blockchain (ARB) involved ELEVEN different brokers. Jefferies, Barclays, Canaccord Genuity, Stifel, GMP, Compass Point, D.A. Davidson & Co, Ladenburg Thalmann, Roth Capital Partners, finnCap and Tennyson Securities are the team batting for Argo and will no doubt boast that they raised £82.4 million having targeted just £75 million. But…

CCP
CCP

Football Should Generally Be Avoided by Investors, but this Scottish Club Might Be Worth a Highland Fling

Hello, Share Blasters. I’m now venturing outside my comfort zone. Knowing now’t about football, and caring less, I thought you might like to take a look at Celtic plc (CCP). It has of course been battered by covid, but this massive headwind is falling away now.

GMS
GMS

Gulf Marine Services – shares soar on update from new board, But...

An “Update from the board of directors” announcement from Gulf Marine Services (GMS) today… and the shares currently the largest riser of the day, at above 8.5p…

GMS
GMS

Gulf Marine Services – “successful first deployment of cantilever technology”… so why further share price decline?

Previously writing on Gulf Marine Services (GMS) last month, the shares were 14.2p as I noted following “New debt structure”… a General Meeting requisition demand. Today a “First deployment of Cantilever Technology” announcement – and the shares currently further lower at 10.5p…

VRS
VRS
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Writing To Nomad Canaccord and AIM Regulation re Versarien

On 3 October I write to Bobbie Hilliam who looks after shameless Versarien (VRS) at Nomad Canaccord Genuity and cc’d in AIM Regulation. I have yet to receive a reply but the matters raised are grave as you can see below: The matters and the failure to address them compel me to stay short as one day this will implode.

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IQE
IQE
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Ouzo O’clock in North Wales, misery in the valleys as IQE warns (as predicted)

The Sheriff of AIM is surely entitled to a celebratory breakfast ouzo at his hovel in North Wales? On Wednesday I flagged up a profits warning from the Krauts at Siltronic and suggested that IQE (IQE) was likely to follow. Less than 48 hours later the Cardiff dog duly barks. As a long term bear I have repeatedly warned silly sell side analysts, Thirsty Paul Scott and others that this company is a crock…once again I stand vindicated. And so to detail….it is grim.

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IQE

IQE: Part Two

Hello, Share Campers. Yesterday I told of my weakness in holding shares in IQE (IQE). Basically, it is loyalty towards the Welsh company which became a six-bagger for me and many other armchair tycoons - at one stage. The problem is that IQE usually disappoints when it reports...

ASC
ASC

ASOS plc – even house brokers don’t see much upside from here, others even more cautious

Following interim results from online fashion retailer ASOS (ASC) yesterday, I concluded that the valuation discounted heroic improvement from what is presently being delivered and looks to leave precious little margin for any concern to have an at all material impact – see HERE. The following reviews the response of the broker community…

Goals Soccer Centres – interim results, company on the right foot?

Shares in Goals Soccer Centres (GOAL) currently trade 4% higher today, at 221p, on the back of its results for the first half of the 2014 calendar year and with the company “confident in meeting its financial expectations for the current financial year and delivering long term value to its shareholders”. I update in the following having, at 192.5p, identified potential value in the shares early this year.

IQE
IQE

IQE - Outstanding Recovery Buy

IQE (IQE) has announced in a trading statement that revenue was lower but that “a combination of efficiency gains, economies of scale, and sales mix has improved profitability “in the first half of 2014 and that it “is confident that the group remains on track to achieve its expectations for the full year”.  On that basis the shares, at 20.75p offered, the shares are a buy.

LOQ
LOQ

Lo-Q plc - directors selling for 'the good' or making a value call?

AIM-listed provider of technology focused on increasing revenues and improving guest experiences in the attractions and leisure industry, Lo-Q plc (LOQ) yesterday announced that non-executive director, Anthony Bone, had sold £600,000 of shares at an average of 600p each (taking his shareholding to 201,517 shares) “in response to significant institutional demand”. This follows another director selling £1.5 million of shares last month at the same average price with the same reason given. The following reviews…

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