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ZAI scandal – one last minute appointment of Nomad, but the bells are tolling

Published 2 minutes ago

As I write, it is now less than half an hour to the close of trading on Friday 17 November. On Monday, any company previously employing the services of ZAI Corporate Finance as Nomad which has not found a replacement will be booted off the AIM Casino. They include AIM-China plays Grand Group (GIPO) and Northwest Investment Group (NWIG), Polo Resources (POL) and Ukrproduct (UKR).

AIM-China Grand Group interims (the day before suspension) – lots of cash, why no interest?

Published 50 days ago

AIM-China play Grand Group (GIPO) has released its interims to 30 June – one day ahead of the suspension of its shares on the world’s most successful growth market – about which there was no comment at all! This is therefore the last call to gain an exit ahead of suspension.

AIM-China play Grand Group – end of the road in sight?

Published 54 days ago

A brief note to flag up that AIM-China play Grand Group (GIPO) has until the end of this coming week to comply with its investment policy or be suspended from the Casino.

AIM-China Grand Group – a chance to bail

Published 66 days ago

AIM-China investment company Grand Group (GIPO) has divested itself of its investments and as such has until the end of this month to implement its investing policy or face a share suspension under AIM Rule 40. Another six months with no progress would result in a trip to the execution chamber.

AIM-China Grand Group – oh dear, now the Chairman walks. Get out!

Published 124 days ago

AIM-China investment company Grand Group (GIPO) has announced the departure of its Chairman. It may not formally be one of our Filthy Forty, but it sure is doing its best to make the grade.

AIM-China Grand Group – anything to see?

Published 125 days ago

I’ve covered AIM-China Grand Group (GIPO) a couple of times already but there is something fishy about the share price movement over the last few days. Surely even Marcus Stuttard’s oxyorons at AIM Regulation will view what follows with some interest. Remember, the company claims to have about £25 million of cash as a cash shell and the market closed on Friday with the company worth just £2 million.

AIM-China Grand Group – after the shares fall at last an update

Published 128 days ago

AIM-China play Grand Group (GIPO) may not be of the filthy forty for listing too late, but the share price has been telling you something, given the massive discount to cash on offer. I said on Monday that a statement was needed as the shares again collapsed. Today (at last) it has obliged.

AIM-China Grand Group – shares collapsing, statement needed

Published 131 days ago

AIM-listed Chinese play Grand Group (GIPO) has had something of a chequered history even by the standards set by the Filthy Forty. It didn’t get in because it listed too late, but that hasn’t stopped the comparisons. It listed at 80p in January 2015 yet there appears to be a rush for the exit today, with the stock off by 32% at just 9.75p.

AIM-China Grand Group: a bargepole investment from the province of Norfolk, or just misunderstood?

Published 281 days ago

By pure accident of timing AIM-listed China play Grand Group (GIPO) missed the cut-off for inclusion in  the ShareProphets AIM-China Filthy Forty. But it is littered with Red Flags and with the shares having collapsed from just shy of 60p a pop after a lack-of-accounts-induced suspension was lifted at the end of December to yesterday’s close at just 14.75p those Red Flags are fluttering brightly in the wind on the world’s most successful growth market. 

Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Explaining exactly why Cloudtag is not a bad company it is a FRAUD

Published 296 days ago

Apparently some folks think that Cloudtag (CTAG) is just a bad company not a fraud. I explain to such folks the difference between a fact and an opinion (Latin scholars are aware of this already) and why exactly that makes this company a 100% fraud. Its shares are now just 4.75p to sell but the target remains 0p as it is a fraud. Then it is on to the importance of NEDS and what they are there for ref Advanced Oncotherapy (AVO). Then I move to Ashley House (ASH) and a bit of macroeconomics, to Grand Group (GIPO) and onto Galantas Gold (GAL)

Grand Group – another AIM-China stock suspended!

Published 507 days ago

AIM-China play Grand Group (GIPO) only joined the Casino in January 2015 and consequently missed inclusion in the ShareProphets AIM-China Filthy Forty despite sporting outstanding credentials: Cayman Islands incorporated, ownership of assets through VIE arrangements. Oh and a cash-pile to die for. On listing, investors must have been sorely tempted to grab a grand. This morning the shares were suspended because it can’t get its calendar 2015 accounts out by tomorrow’s deadline. Oops.

Tom Winnifrith Bearcast 15 April - In poor Phorm after lunch with Lucian

Published 582 days ago

I woke up last night panicking that after staggering home from a boozy lunch with Lucian I had written a drunken piece laughing at all sorts of folks after Phorm admitted it was bust but that I had just written it becuase I felt like it not because it was true. Imagine my relief to discover that it was in fact true and with hindsight I think I write jolly well when drunk. Perhaps we should have a writing contest myself & Paul Scott both drunk vs two boring sober bastards. I digress. I look at BP and executive pay and unable to resist poking some fun at the ghastly Nicola Horlick and dreadful Channel 4 News. I look at 21st Century Technology ( C21), Gulf Keystone (GKP), Strat Aero (AERO), Grand Group (GIPO)) and 88 Energy (88E) where Lucian is short. In a sort of flashback I recall our discussion yesterday on 88 and recount it. 

AIM-China Red Flags at Night: Grand Group boardroom departures

Published 582 days ago

Hmmm, a Chinese company domiciled in the Cayman Islands lists on the Casino and less than sixteen months on there appears to be a bit of a procession going on, with two directors walking the plank with immediate effect in consecutive days. Sound familiar? 

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