Tom Winnifrith Bearcast - in awe of Cynical Bear and all my colleagues and feeling like a prat ( or not) over the AIQ scandal
Published 137 days ago
The great Sam is clear. The job of a fraudster is to steal as much money as possible. So rule one is never do anything which distracts you from theft. Rule two is to ignore your critics completely. Firstly because attacking them breaks rule one, it leaves less time for stealing and secondly because it only goads the critics and gives them the oxygen of publicity. That brings us to James Longley of Plutus Powergen (PPG), Fandango Holdings (FHP), Papillion Holdings (PPHP) and Stranger Holdings (STHP) who is a liar, fraudster and thief.
Published 149 days ago
WARNING: THis podcast contains some bad language. In terms of the liar, James Longley I am talking about you though I sedem to have mixed you up with your partner in crime Charles Tatnall in the podcast. Though you two have a stable of dogs on the market including Papillion, Starnger and Plutus Powergen it is Fandango Holdings (FHP) about which I have questions today. Then I have a detailed look at the dire results from worthless Mosman Oil & Gas (MSM) before heading onto Indigovision (IND) and WYG (WYG).
Published 220 days ago
A week after the my last piece on Papillon Holdings (PPHP) in which the silver lining of the RTO being terminated was that the shares could be traded again, bad news hit yesterday with new potential deals being announced meaning that the shares remain suspended and the worse news is that this deal has Longley written all over it….literally. No shame!
Published 234 days ago
My earlier piece outlined some disgraceful behaviour by Charles Tatnall and James Longley at Papillon Holdings (PPHP); however, one has to look at the announcement of Stranger Holdings (STHP) on the same day to really understand the Machiavellian approach being taken by these guys.
Published 279 days ago
My heart sunk last week as I noted that the Plutus Powergen (PPG) boys were at it again with their third Sub-Standard List effort coming to the market in just over a year, despite the first two efforts being absolute flops. Oh well, welcome Fandango Holdings (FHP), you’re in the squad– let’s take a look.