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EQT
EQT
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Unless actual contracts land quickly, Eqtec will soon be drowning in debt

Smaller companies often offer promises of imminent revenue streams which cause upward spikes in the share price, but for any longer term appreciation in value they need to actually deliver on the expectations of their shareholders. Currently that would definitely seem to be the case with Eqtec (EQT), which I have been bearish on since the share price was between 1.26p and up to 1.57p, and private investors in this gasification to energy company were quick to point out how wrong I was when there was a brief spike in the share price shortly after my initial coverage at the lower end of that range. So, it has really come as much of a surprise to me that the share price has steadily declined over the few months since then and it now trades at around the 0.84p level to buy...

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Oracle Power is suddenly very popular - so when is the next placing?

Oracle Power (ORCP) seems to have become popular all of a sudden and has seen its share price rise by around 80% in the past week, but as usual some on the bulletin boards seem to be claiming that it should actually be worth many multiples of its current valuation.

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EQT
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What is the real value of the Eqtec deal?

There was much glee amongst certain individuals on Tuesday morning when an RNS dropped from Eqtec (EQT) announcing a contract, and some were very quick to point out that my opinion on the company had been incorrect. That followed my articles here saying that I wouldn’t touch the company, and although the news caused the share price to spike, my opinion on the company is completely unchanged – in fact the news actually reinforced my view!...

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EQT
EQT
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EQTEC will run out of cash soon and a discounted placing looks a cert

EQTEC (EQT) has long been a favourite of the pump and dump crews operating at the lower end of AIM, so when the share price suddenly doubles in the space of just a few weeks, and there is seemingly no good reason for the rise, then it is hard not to be suspicious.

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GCM
GCM
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GCM Resources is still a long way from developing its assets - don't get caught up in the hype

It never ceases to amaze me just how excited some investors seem to get over memorandum of understanding announcements, especially when the agreement is with a Chinese company.

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FRR
FRR

Frontera shareholders you have been raped – "discussions with majors" exposed as meaningless MOU

Oh dear. Oh dear.  With the disgraced and widely reviled dirty tricks specialist Tim Thompson running its PR Frontera (FRR) was always going to play fast and loose with the rules of the AIM casino as it tried to ramp its shares ahead of yet another bailout placing. Today it announces a MOU which is really nothing of the sort and exposes this promote for the crock of shit that it is. Even the dullards on the LSE Asylum must now start to realise that they have been had.

EDL
EDL
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Edenville Energy looks a long way from becoming profitable - avoid

If AIM gave out awards for achieving little and issuing billions of shares, then Tanzanian coal miner Edenville Energy (EDL) would be high up the list to receive one!

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PHE
PHE

Powerhouse Energy – commercial newsflow starts with Qatar MOU - BUY

Having in the last couple of weeks been slipping back from above 1.3p towards 1p, shares in August tip at a 1.25p offer price Powerhouse Energy (PHE) are now recovering on the back of a MOU for waste-to-hydrogen facilities” announcement. But they have a lot further to go.

Kerboom: African Potash - how it misled investors massively in August 2015 - new document arrives

It has already been demonstrated here by the publication of leaked documents that African Potash (AFPO) lied to investors via RNS in November 2015 and January (6) 2016 in order to get a placing away. Now another document has fallen into my possession which shows how Potash misled mug punters into piling into the shares on August 4 2015 as it announced "Landmark Trading Agreement with COMESA". Sadly for CEO Lyin' Chris Cleverley I have the original MOU which we can now compare and contrast with the RNS. Oh dear. Kerboom!

African Potash - you disgusting fraudsters - how about an update on Uganda?

For sleazy Lord Peter Hain and lyin' Chris Cleverley and their colleagues on the board at FRAUD African Potash (AFPO) the main priorities are finding a new Nomad who will do anything for money including acting for FRAUDS and finding investors to pony up for a bailout placing PDQ to avoid tits up time. But if the gents at Potash have a spare couple of minutes how about an update on Uganda?

Gullible, greedy private investors are helping to fuel the AIM cesspit - ref. African Potash

Private investors who put their money into small AIM companies are often either incredibly gullible or the part of their brain which urges caution is blinded by greed – and this is largely why the market is able to function in the corrupt way that it does!

AFC
AFC

In the long run, AFC Energy is a zero

AIM-listed AFC Energy (AFC) released its results last week with a fanfare, highlighting “successful testing”, “increased income”, MOUs, and “strategic partnerships. What they didn’t highlight though was (i) the company has been “testing” since 2006 and despite lots of “successful tests” has never achieved a single commercial sale, (ii) AFC’s principle sources of income were EU grants and income from selling its shares via a complicated equity swap, (iii) the company signs up to MOUs and strategic partnerships with the same appetite that a pubescent teenager devours (and dumps) new partners.

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