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A new kind of SPAC maybe, certainly less morally offensive than those before it

Showing what complete geeks they are, the chaps at Peterhouse Capital have today launched the first of three SPC’s all named after famous Brits born within 100 yards of the Peterhouse City HQ.  But before you scoff at More Capital (Sir Thomas More was born in Milk Street) there are a couple of unusual and, actually rather creditable, features here.

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Blue Jay Mining: Rod Mcillree's do or die moment is almost upon him and his shareholders

There has been extensive coverage of Bluejay Mining (JAY) on this site, scrutinising many of the statements by the company and its disgraced principal cheerleader Michael Walters and also SP Angel, all of which have proved to be either outright fallacies or completely misleading.

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BlueJay Mining – between a rock and a hard stone

There is extensive coverage on Blue Jay Mining HERE already and so I won’t go into the extensive issues of misleading offtake announcements, large stake holder sales, non delivery on many company time lines and shameless ramping by Old Mother Walters, John Meyer of disgraced SP Angel and others.

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Bluejay Mining - after pump and dumper SP Angel, founder Jeremy Whybrow now heads for the exit

Following on from my article on Sunday on Bluejay Mining (JAY) covering the very large share sales that showed up on Friday last week, news came out yesterday afternoon confirming that the seller of a chunky 6.48% of the company's float (netting a cool £6 million+) was co-founder and long time Rod Mcillree acolyte Jeremy Whybrow. That should set more alarm bells ringing for the bulls...

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Bluejay Mining Sell smoke signals look to turn into a raging fire

Last week was "interesting" for Blue Jay (BAY) bulls and should give then pause for thought. If, of course, they are capable of rational thought.

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Another month passes & yet still no BlueJay Mining Offtake deal ... placing beckons

It is becoming like groundhog day at BlueJay Mining (JAY) and the oft trailed "offtake agreement" that never materialises... Originally touted in early 2017, nearly 2 years later and despite much promotion by disgraced share promoter Michael Walters and John Meyer, the shameless head of research at scumbag Nomad SP Angel,  there seems little sign of one for BlueJay's investors.  

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Bluejay, spoof share purchases, more disgusting behaviour & a blatant lie from disgraced SP Angel and the questions mount

This morning BlueJay Mining (JAY) announced that three directors had bought shares.  That is a spoof. The amounts are not material and the aim is to try and arrest the share price slide. If anything such spoofing is itself another reason to sell. It gets worse…

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BlueJay Mining & the looming date with destiny

Yesterday saw yet another decline in the share price of Blue Jay Mining (JAY) and that has continued this morning. This is perhaps the biggest small cap mining promote seen in recent years but reality is starting to dawn on the mug punters as they consider the options the company now has going into 2019 absent an offtake agreement, EIA & SIA approval and the all important Exploitation licence.

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Bluejay Mining - The lessons

I had not realised that shamed tipster Mike Walters of Minmet, Polly Peck, 3DM (and the rest) infamy was promoting Bluejay (JAY) but the kiss of death from Old Mother Walters is just another massive red flag. With disgraced Nomad SP Angel of MySquar infamy still refusing to say whether it dumped millions of shares while urging clients to buy, this stock is uninvestable. In that light I bring you a piece out yesterday from Richard Jennings which adds to the growing bear case. Over to the boss of Align Research... 

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FinnAust bullish on Greenland sites

Transformed Nordic exploration minnow  FinnAust Mining (FAM) is trumpeting prospects at the Pituffik titanium project in Greenland, acquired when the AIM-quoted company bought 60% of Bluejay Mining before Christmas. FinnAust, where Australian nickel producer Western Areas holds 60%, says work completed last year by Bluejay shows raised beaches along more than 20 km. of coastline hosting ilmenite, a key feedstock in the production of titanium, over widths of more than one kilometre, while samples taken from tidal beaches achieved 70% ilmenite by weight. 

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