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Rutherford Health (formerly Neil Woodford favourite Proton Partners) – Placing cash delayed again. Uh-oh…

I commented on Tuesday that Acquis-listed Rutherford Health (RUTH) seems to be having a bit of a problem collecting the placing proceeds originally announced at the end of August. The original payment day – September 13th – came and went, with an after-hours announcement that the deadline had been extended to September 23rd – yesterday. There was no announcement yesterday, but at 11.57am – ie lunchtime – today the company announced the grisly news:

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Supply@ME – Remembering the fraud Quindell and Equities First: Is this a carbon copy?

It was back in 2014 that ShareProphets nailed Rob Terry and his sidekicks after they did a stock loan with Equities First which turned out to be a discounted outright sale with an optional buyback clause, and spent a tiny proportion of the proceeds on buying a handful of extra Quindell shares. Of course, the transaction was presented to the market as them buying more stock when in fact they were selling vast quantities of shares – the killer punch being that those Equities First deals were non-recourse.

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Ariana – Tip Update, this will pay for a new roof at the Montana log cabin as the shares head past 10p

Shares in Turkish gold-producer Ariana (AAU) closed 8.2% higher yesterday at 4.6p – the highest close for eight and a half years and breaking through a line of resistance at 4.25p which has been in place since mid-May. So is it a buy, sell or hold?

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Haydale – YAWN! Another day, another RNS Reach…….when’s the placing?

Having suggested that AIM-listed graphene outfit Haydale (HAYD) was once again a slam-dunk sell, partly in view of there being no sign of its results, the company finally delivered them last Tuesday. But I had also pointed to the preponderance of RNS Reach announcements, one of which accompanied the FY results. And this morning there was another.

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Sosandar – FY results and Q1 update

Well it looks like it's hats off to Tom Winnifrith: AIM-listed Sosandar (SOS) has reported full year numbers to March 2019 and the bald numbers are that it clocked up a loss of £3.5 million and ended the year with cash of £3.6 million. I think we can see how the maths is heading! But I’m not so sure the numbers are quite that bad...

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