Another day and another bailout placing from Golden Saint Resources (GSR) leaves it with 8,822,256,582 shares in issue. Floated at 10p, the shares are now 0.02p but how close is it to the record books?
The demise of Motive TV (MTV) & the Slater & Gordon (SGH) car crash were obvious triggers for some of the stupidest folks on this planet to talk shite on Bulletin Boards last week. On some threads (LSE Asylum Worthington WRN being a case in point) no trigger is needed for idiocy. There were numerous splendid entrants for last week's BBM of the week as you can see HERE but there could only be one winner.
Having asked for readers tips for 2016 for the amazing prize of lunch or dinner with Tom Winnifrith (or the chance to fob it off on someone you don't like) HERE, the following is a monthly update on performance (to be eligible needed to have selected a buy & sell pick and those to be listed on the LSE or on the AIM Casino)...
There were a bevy of cracking entries in the Motive TV (MTV) in Administration Caption Contest from yesterday and you can see them all HERE. But unlike investing on AIM where everyone's a loser in our contest there is an actual winner. In fact two joint winners. We asked for your captions for the photo below. And the winners are:
No golden ticket for the Bulletin Board Morons, Motive TV (MTV) announced yesterday that it was going into administration - we gave our take HERE. In honor of this event please supply your captions for the picture below by midnight tonight in the comments section below.
The only shock is that this took so long but today Motive TV (MTV) has announced that it is all over. It has appointed administrators. It is tits up time. Of course the day Motive shares were suspended on the AIM Casino this was bound to happen. This was a farce...whereby crony capitalists and City parasites screwed stupid private investors. Bring out the piano wire for the crony capitalists and neuter anyone who bought shares in Motive TV so "stupid genes" are eradicated from the population.
Will today's suspension of shares in Motive TV (MTV) stop the morons who own this stock from dreaming about the golden tickets they own? Will administration stop them? Truly in the land of the morons these fellows are the uber-morons and so last week's contest winner came from among this flock of loons. You can see the full raft of delusion (with Worthington shareholders again featuring) HERE.
Motive TV (MTV) was as of Friday night without a Nomad. It says that it is talking to advisers to find a replacement for Sanlam but if cannot its shares will be suspended from the AIM Casino at the opening bell tomorrow. In one month if no Nomad is prepared to sacrifice its reputation for cash, the shares will be booted off the casino for good. So what do you think will happen. Vote now in our latest poll - deadline 7AM Monday.
Having asked for readers tips for 2016 for the amazing prize of lunch or dinner with Tom Winnifrith (or the chance to fob it off on someone you don't like) HERE, the following is the first of the monthly updates on performance (to be eligible needed to have selected a buy & sell pick and those to be listed on the LSE or on the AIM Casino)...
I start with an analysis of how David Lenigas and his gophers Hamish Harris and Donnie Strang have managed to spunk £1.4 million of the £1.55 million they had to play with at Polemos (PLMO) in three and a bit years and why after today's placing this is still a POS with the toxic Jabba The Hutt odour all around it. Then it is onto LGO Energy (TOAST) and its latest disaster. Then I move onto Leed Resources (LDP), Motive TV (MTV), Golden Saint Resources (GSR) and Canaccord (CF). One suspects the great analyst Saint Kevin of Ashton loved its disastrous numbers today as the banksters had a hot date with karma. This podcast contains strong language. Lenigas is one four letter word but there are many others.
Warning: This podcast contains a lot of bad language and images of a sexual nature. As far as I understand it, Sweden is known for the fact that 95% of its population enjoy thrashing the naked buttocks of other folk's partners at the weekend. But it is not this that concerns me but its insane Central bank which has cut interest rates again ... to minus 0.5%. I reflect on this madness and the insanity of Janet Yellen of the Federal Reserve and then on the gold price. I look at a few gold stocks racing ahead wrongly ( Condor (CNR), Goldplat (GDP) and Patagonia Gold (PGD)) and at others I might buy. I comment on the insane dead cat bounce at Motive TV (MTV) and on the odd behaviour of crony capitalist PR man Reg Hoare of TrakM8 (TRAK) and explain why its shares are still a sell. Then it is onto the deadlines for Solo Oil (SOLO) and LGO Energy (LGO) going under as Neil Ritson tries his hand at Leni-Maths. And I also have a trivial pursuit question for you all.
Just a reminder that it is Shrove Tuesday or, as younger folks might say, Pancake Day. Next up I shall be asking what you are giving up for Lent? I shall be giving up expressing my undiluted admiration for Britain's leading chanteuse Ms Cheryl Cole. Back to shares and I discuss what is real asset backing and what is it worth with relation to Allied Minds (ALM) and Cambian (CMBN) and a piss poor trading statement from Tungsten (TUNG). I express some displeasure with MX Oil (MXO), now off any buy list, and then move onto Servision (SEV) which is heading to where Motive TV (MTV) is now - off another 50% at 0.00p
A wide ranging podcast starts with comments on Eden Research, Ken Brooks and the abject failure of the FSA/FCA to protect investors. Then it is onto three shite companies starting with the letter M : Magnolia Petroleum (MAGP), Motive TV (MTV) and Mosman (MSMN). I look at Circle Oil (COP), Trinity (TRIN) and Tethys (TPL) as well as Servision (SEV) where my target price remains 0p. Then a brief stockmarket lesson for the Sith Lord on what a dead cat bounce actually means and a look at Aureus Mining (AUE).
Since I wrote earlier this week on the attempt of Motive Television (MTV) to continue a desperate ramparoonie despite update on (lack of) Nomad, the company seems to have been back to the joke book...
Tom Winnifrith has covered the update on (lack of) Nomad today from Motive Television (MTV) HERE, the following updates on developments which should surely mean Tom’s conclusion is correct…
Motive TV (MTV) may well see its shares suspended from the AIM on St Valentine's Day causing a massacre of the portfolios of the complete morons who own shares in this cash burning POS . The reason? Belatedly it is today warning us that come 14 Febuary it will be without a Nomad.
Warning: This podcast contains bad language and some not terribly PC remarks about the Germans. A bit of an argument this morning with Paul Scott, Britain's top share blogger, on the subject of TrakM8 (TRAK). For once he sounded like a bit of a stale bull and I go through the bull excuses when faced with analysis like THIS. I am right on this one. I also cover Environmental Recycling (ENRT) and Motive TV (MTV) both of which are flea ridden dogs with puss ouzing from every pore and should be put down at once. Then it is on to Nostra Terra (NTOG) and Independent Resources (IRG) as well as Northern Petroleum (NOP) and Armadale Capital (ACP). I did not cover Corero (CNS) but I see its shares are slipping so should ask "when is the placing" and I gave Jabba The Hutt a break today but if you need a fix there is an LGO expose HERE
It is pointless to debate the merits of Motive TV (MTV) in terms of a fundamental investment case. This website has covered it in full detail (HERE) and I think we are all aggreed that it is a worthless piece of crap that is worth 0p and should be delisted at once. But while it stays on the AIM casino its shares are actively traded by a certain class of moron and the screenshot below shows why most are certain to lose money.
After failing to update yesterday despite having externally-owned and outstanding convertible loan notes with a face value of £2,978,396 which matured at the end of 2015, Motive Television (MTV) has made an announcement today which I consider includes management either fooling themselves or trying to fool the rest of us…
I am now back from New York and arrived in Bristol about an hour ago. 7 hours sleep, since Saturday at 11 AM your time, and I am cream crackered. And so I shall shortly be joining the Mrs and my morbidly obese three legged cat Oakley in bed and going straight to sleep. Before that a bearcast covering BSD Crown (BSD), Inspirit (INSP), Evocutis (EVO), Scancell (SCLP) Motive TV (MTV) and the curent rumours surrounding 3 bent share tipsters and the FCA.
In a September announcement I noted as ramp fodder, Motive Television (MTV) announced an intention to develop TabletTV for Apple TV. I concluded as such with the announcement being just of an “intention” to do something, not of an achievement, and the mention of “Apple” a ramptastic seven times in the 195 word announcement being preferred to the provision of any financial indications whatsoever (see HERE), and so today…
Scrambling to keep their lifestyle funding rolling, the directors of Motive Television (MTV) have announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding “to provide educational content to tablet users in South Africa, with possible further expansion throughout Africa to follow”. Convenient timing hey, just as the company seeks to conclude discussions with holders of £2.98 million of convertible loan notes which mature on 31st December…
No Albanians, no work on the olive harvest yet. And now Vrechi, that is what I fear. I have yet to discuss my entanglements with Globo (GBO) and InternetQ (INTQ) with my neighbours but I am sure they will understand. I start the podcast on InternetQ and the weedy rally today. Then it is onto LGO Energy (LGO), another David Lenigas triumph. But what does Jabba The Hutt care? He sold his shares. En passant I mention UK Oil & Gas (UKOG), Motive TV (MTV) and Papua Minerals (PML) before taking a detailed look at Escher (ESCH).
Warning again on shares in Motive Television (MTV) earlier this week, I reiterated that the most recent results statement had highlighted a desperate financial position – see HERE. The shares are currently a further 25% down today as an announcement from the company has again brought this to the fore…
On 20th November Motive Television (MTV) announced a further confetti issue to Bergen Global Opportunity Fund, LP, though including that “Bergen has agreed to certain, substantial, limitations on its ability to dispose of the shares”. My review included that this looked a case of attempting to close the barn door after the horse has already bolted – see HERE. However, anyone reassured by the ‘substantial share disposal limitations’ would have had something of a shock today…
Motive Television (MTV) has announced a further confetti issue to Bergen Global Opportunity Fund, LP – adding that “Bergen has agreed to certain, substantial, limitations on its ability to dispose of the shares… Additionally, Bergen does not, and has agreed not to, and to cause its affiliates not to, short-sell the company's ordinary shares”. Hmmm…
On 9th November Motive Television (MTV), in an announcement entitled “TabletTV Plus to begin selling in United States” was pleased to announced that its joint venture “will begin taking pre-orders for TabletTV Plus at one minute past midnight EST on Thursday 12 November”. Today, an announcement entitled, er, “TabletTV Plus begins selling in United States”, is a news release from the joint venture leading with… “it will begin taking pre-orders at 00:01 AM ET, Thursday, November 12th for TabletTV Plus”!...
Naturally I have a complete box set of both the Rambo and the Rocky films on DVD. I have suggested to my Mrs and her mad lefty friends that we have a relaxing weekend in watching both box sets but for some reason they don't seem too keen. Perhaps they would settle for Delta Force? Did I read that there wil be a new Rambo film where he takes on ISIS? Bring it on. The quote is prompted by a threatening email received from the boss of a firm booted off the AIM casino. It will not wash. In this podcast I discuss Belzone Mining (BZM), aka Bellend Mining, Cloudbuy (CBUY), Inspirit (INSP) where I suspect the next news from the David Lenigas boiler room will be another placing, Sareum (SAR), Motive TV (MTV) and Getafix Stacey fave Feedback (FDBK).
Shareholders in Motive TV (MTV) can only be described as stockmarket masochists. In they wander to the dungeon of the AIM casino to find a leather clad figure (Leonard Furtig) preparing to chain them to the wall for another beating. Whack, another placing, smack, yet another placing, are you diluted enough yet Mr Shareholder? And still these folks come back for more. But now I want you to turn your mind back to a placing on 26 November 2014 and ask the question did Motive TV raise money on a false prospectus and lie to investors?
For once I agree with former Comrade bank robber Brokerman Dan. If a company pays a writer such as Malcolm Graham Wood to write "research" he must declare it. This podcast also covers Techfinancials (TECH), Fitbug (FITB) and Motive TV (MTV)
Earlier today I stated that Motive TV (MTV) was set to raise £400,000 at 0.1p and was passing the hat around. Well almost right, I guess I forced the company’s hand as the shares started to crumble and so it closed the book early and after hours announced that it had raised £350,000 at 0.125p. Given that the shares closed at 0.185p (but were trading at 0.22p as the placing was being done until I ruined the party) the discount is still enormous. This is a 22 billion rum ‘n coke – the statement published shows that someone is avin a bubble.
Jeremy Corbyn was right not to sing the Natonal Anthem and its a poor song anyway - that was my earlier podcast today which you can hear HERE. In terms of the markets it is all my Christmases at once - a chance to comment on friends including the greedy bastards who run Vislink (VLK), fraudster Rob Terry, Daniel Stewart (DAN), Imaginitik (IMTK), ValiRx (VAL), Motive TV (MTV) and also on SeaEnergy (SEA) and Avanti Communications (AVN). Then there is comment on the bad AGM result at Hotel Corp (HCP) - victory for the crony capitalist bastards on the board - all that is wrong about AIM. And I start with words of praise for my pal Jim Mellon noting events at Copper Development (CDC) and also at Glencore (GLEN) - is this a Burmah Castrol moment?
In today's regular podcast I decide that I am not yet bored of niggling the felon Charlie Gibson so remind you again of his naughty antics (HERE) - his colleague really should not have been such a beastly apologist for crime last night (HERE). Then onto business. China is more of an issue than Greece. Then there are the China frauds and I predict bad things for Gate, Geong and Jiasen and call on Gate to fess up to is real Nomad position. Then onto William Sinclair, Torotrak and Motive TV. And I also discuss why I am not quite so mega bearish as you might think.
Old Sefton run by Jimmyliar Ellerton responded to criticism from myself and Brokerman Dan – in the days when he was a journalist not a crony capitalist – with a smear campaign sanctioned by its still current lawyers Pinsent Masons ( as you can see HERE). Sefton may be changing its name to Stryker but the own goals and old habits continue.
There is so much to say in today's podcast but to clarify that in yesterday's podcast when I said monogamy I meant celibacy. I start with a tidy up on Motive TV following on from HERE and then onto Rosslyn Data as a follow up to HERE - I shall be contacting the FCA and AIM Regulation about Rosslyn and its loathsome Nomad Cenkos later. And then onto a special from Big Ray Zimmerman at disgraced ZAI Corporate Finance - a true POS that is Zibao Metals Recycling. Guess where it does its business? And we have the China AIM Norfolk poll results for you.
This POS is a disgrace even by the standards of the AIM casino. In this podcast I look at the history of Motive TV (MTV), its overpaid board, its confetti issuing prowess, its current financial position (dire) and tear apart yesterday's ramparoonie special of a press release. Yes, I know a bit about Greek ferries.
I cannot resist making a joke I made earlier about getting past passport control. That and a favour asked of all Bearcast listeners starts today's podcast, delayed because the internet connection from Kalamata is painfully slow. When we get there I shall discuss Naibu, Camkids, China Chaintek, Northern Petroleum (a genuine request to its lamentable board made in the spirit of friendship becuase I am such a nice guy), Alecto, Afren, Frontier Mining, Motive TV and Nighthawk.
Leopards do not change their spots. In this podcast I look at the omnishambles which is the fraud Quindell, at Tern (the Deputy is going to get you Mr Angus Forrest!), at Motive TV ( I am going to get you) and at Peter Landau and Black Mountain - I am going to get you Pete Landau. There are also more words of praise for the one and only Paul Scott.
It is a special Bearcast as I make a number of Sheriff of AIM New Year Resolutions. And then I go onto to explain why the following are the least wanted men on the AIM Casino and what I plan to do about it to make their working lives a living hell in 2015:
I have slated Motive TV (MTV) time and time again as an example of what is wrong with the AIM casino ( see today’s bearcast): time and time again this POS issues shares like confetti so its investors are diluted to oblivion and a few crony capitalists make a killing. Let’s force its hand. The paperwork is almost done on the latest deeply discounted placing and it has raised £800,000 at just 0.013p. Time for a rushed statement in the morning chaps.
Angered by the failure of my Albanian workforce to turn up and start the olive harvest I felt on fire today in what will be my longest and (IMHO) best bearcast to date. On the agenda: overdraft vs long term debt in a PLC, Iofina, Acta, Eclectic bars, Quindell, Thalassa, price vs value, Concha, Fitbug, crony capitalism on the AIM casino, Motive TV, Harvey Nash and Interquest