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BREAKING: Darren Atwater Resignation letter

I am afraid that I shall not be firing Darren as, this morning, our esteemed publisher has resigned. His letter is below.

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TNT

Tintra – epic dilution by Tintra Acquisitions from its convertible loan note

In yesterday’s RNS Tintra (TNT) has indicated that the first subscription at the equivalent of 504 pence per share has arrived which is obviously very good news and sees 148,511 new ordinary shares in issue.

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TNT

Tintra – show me the money

On 10 January Tintra (TNT) announced that a new investor was investing $1 million equivalent to a valuation of 504 pence per share.  Today’s RNS provides an update:

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You couldn't make it up: Top of a bull market signal: Sith Lord Zak Mir floating media company SPAC

I kid you not. Natch there is a very obviously related party stink, the valuation is a joke, the brokers behind it are scumbags and my friend Zak is a clown who doesn’t have a scooby about media and fintech M&A but do not let me put you off. This madness will at least be entertaining, if not rewarding for those daft enough to back it.

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Supply@Me Capital – Endless delays and the latest the Dog Ate My Homework excuse

The whole team at ShareProphets has long been sceptical about the fraud that is Supply@ME Capital (SYME) and the excuses that CEO Alessandro Zamboni regularly trots out to explain the endless delays in inventory monetisation.  Whilst some of the Bulletin Board Morons that have invested in this scam are slowly developing some sense of scepticism others simply swallow Alessandro’s latest bullshit explanation even when the excuse doesn’t stand up to even minor scrutiny.  Take for instance the latest explanation for the non-purchase of the FinTech bank as set out in interim results of 30 September 2021 below:

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Supply@ME Capital "acquisition" – is it TradeFlow Capital?

The fraud Supply@ME Capital (SYME) has announced that it has signed Heads of Terms to buy “a leading FinTech-powered commodities trade enabler, focused on SMEs, based in Singapore” I wonder if this is, as has been speculated, TradeFlow Capital.

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Dozens Savings PLC and Project Imagine Limited: Run for the Hills, Run for Your Life

When it comes to this enterprise, Iron Maiden was, as was often the case, bang on the money. Last week, Dozens Savings PLC made the following announcement:

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TechFinancials – ‘speeding ticket’ RNS required, any basis for ‘optimism’?

Having fallen from more than 30p in early 2018 to a recent circa 4p-5p, shares in TechFinancials (TECH) were heading towards 13p earlier today. Cue a ‘speeding ticket’ RNS being required…

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ARC
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Arcontech - I quite like the look of this one

A wise reader recently suggested to me that perhaps I could pause occasionally with the incessant cynical kicking of the dross at the bottom of AIM and/or Mr Woodford and spend a bit more time trying to highlight quality small cap stocks that people could put on their watch-lists. Well, I’ll take up the challenge and start with a decent looking stock that announced its full-year results last week, namely Arcontech (ARC).

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Is Lionsgold really worth £19 million currently?

The rise in shares of Lionsgold (LION) has got the attention of many, and it certainly looked as though news was leaked prior to an RNS later in the day. Having seen the share price dropping steadily of late, it suddenly surged more than 40% on much higher than normal volume. Initially it looked like just another pump, as this share has been very popular with private investors ever since its share price rose by around 500% in December and is very volatile, but then an RNS dropped informing the market that it was making a new investment, and it ended the day up nearly 90% at 4.55p on the ask.

Huge rise in Lionsgold shares despite 'no reason' statement from the board!

No matter how long you have been around the AIM market, there are often moves which seem to make little or no sense, especially amongst the smaller companies.

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BOS

It's hard to see how BOS GLOBAL can justify its current market valuation!

There are plenty of companies on AIM where it is hard to see where the value is and why private investors are so keen to chuck their savings into the shares, and BOS GLOBAL Holdings (BOS) would certainly seem to fit the bill!

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BOS

BOS Global – Shocking “Fintech RTO” debacle: Case-study No 2

Commenting on Silver Falcon’s nonsense RTO earlier (HERE), got me thinking about my old friend BOS Global (BOS) that recently completed its “Fintech” RTO and in digging around, I uncovered some comedy gold.

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FTE

Forte Energy – For the love of God, can we drop this Fintech nonsense!

As the share price of Forte Energy (FTE) keeps dropping as the BOS Global RTO approaches, as even long-suffering shareholders think some cash today is worth more than nothing tomorrow, I’ll have one last dig (for now) at something really riling me with this stock and that is the total misuse of the term “Fintech”.

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FTE

Forte Energy – a seven month wait for an appalling RTO – SELL!

I’ve been following the Forte Energy (FTE) RTO story since prior to suspension last December and, after seven months, the admission document relating to the acquisition of BOS Global finally came out on Friday and thought I would give it a review; the one word version of which is: SELL!

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ARC

Buy Arcontech at 0.2p

My value investing newsletter is proving rather popular which is very gratifying. It might be because we made about 25% in the first year or so while building a portfolio of 18 shares even after paying tons of brokerage/spread and stamp duty costs. And it might be because I put my money where my mouth is and so here is a stock I have been buying of late and am trying to buy more of: Arcontech (ARC). Here’s why.

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