New Bulletin Board Moron of the Week contest - sponsored by the AIM casino, the world's most successful growth market
Nyota – suspended with no Nomad, Peterhouse lines up £550k at just 0.005p. Anything to see here, guv?
Published 44 days ago
It's so very rare to have a winner outside of the LSE asylum, but this week we managed it. May the force be with you.
Published 85 days ago
If a share is falling, natch the Bulletin Board Morons who own the stock think that I am playing dirty tricks. FFS how stupid are these imbeciles? Having spent most of the day in the air or driving up to the Greek mountains and thus having been unable to go online until a couple of hours ago, I see the two tweets below appear on my timeline.
Published 86 days ago
Ai Yi Yi. The submissions this week were a right mess. Focus on the morons, people, the goal is not to be one yourself. Nevertheless, we have a worthy winner.
Published 87 days ago
The nauseating Mail on Sunday fawned upon Pippa Middleton and her ghastly family as they celebrated the "wedding of the Year". Bring on the revolution! But perhaps the real wedding of the year should be between our two very own in-house Bulletin Board Morons GrannySnuffs & Wildes who seem made for each other. can you find examples on the LSE Asylum, iii, ADVFN or twitter of comments more idiotic than those of our own dream team? If so post in the comments section below, the deadline is midnight Sunday 28th May.
Published 142 days ago
There was little doubt that the winner of this week's BBM contest was going to be CloudTag related and I was not disappointed in the quality, so to speak, of the entries.
Published 149 days ago
The fraud Cloudtag (CTAG) is almost certain to be booted off the AIM casino tonight. I will also miss it such have been the deranged comments that it has prompted. Last week's contest was sposnored by the LSE Asylum and generated stacks of quality entries as you can see HERE. But the winner, spotted by Warun Boofit was in a class of its own as you can see below
Published 150 days ago
Well this is a company that will sponsor any old crap and let's face it, 95% of Bulletin Board Morons post on the LSE Asylum. As the countdown to the fraud Cloudtag (CTAG) being booted off AIM next week accelerates you kind of sense which stock will be the focus of most entries. The competition rules are simple. Just nominate the daftest post on a BB or on twitter in the comments section below. Once again, our in-house semi-trained loon Wildes is allowed to nominate his own posts. The deadline for entries is midnight on Sunday 26th March. Post away!
Published 159 days ago
A couple of days ago I noted how the London South East Bulletin Board ( aka the LSE Asylum) appeared to be heading towards insolvency - HERE. It is the fate which, almost, invariably happens to companies that hire Zak, the Sith Lord, Mir. For Judas is also Jonah. And now a closer examination of its historic numbers shows that the crisis may be far worse than even we thought. Timber!!!!!
Published 160 days ago
I find myself back in London ahead of a big event tonight as I explain HERE. So I am working at the pizza place now known as Wedge Issue and run by hipster Pizza Hardman Darren Atwater. It is most excellent and I commend it to you all if you are in Clerkenwell, although I am not sure I get this hipster business at all. I'm getting old. In the main podcast I look at why the LSE Asylum just does not work. In terms of stocks I cover Independent Resources (IRG), Nyota (NYO), FastForward (FFWD),Challenger (CHAL), the joke regulation one sees on the Standard List, Regency Mines (RGM) and some coal assets some folks think will go into the joke that is "New Worthington".
Published 161 days ago
Hat tip to reader Bearfacts for pointing this out but one must ask if the London South East Bulletin Board, aka the LSE Asylum, is close to going bust? Fingers crossed.
Published 161 days ago
Advanced Oncotherapy (AVO) is, as you know, utterly desperate to create buying interest in its shares so that death spiral shysters Bracknor can dump £13.7 million of equity onto the market over the next year. That is not going well and so Advanced today boasts that it has paid investment analyst prostitutes for hire, Hardman, to publish a glossy note. This report is so unbelievably unbalanced that I can only assume that Hardman outsourced the work to the Bulletin Board Morons on the LSE Asylum. Folks can see through this shite and the shares are down by a penny at just 40p bid which is very bad news for Advanced as explained HERE.
Published 161 days ago
Repeatedly, during the past six months, the London & South East Bulletin Board ( aka the LSE Asylum) has removed posts within minutes which offered any criticism at all of Cloudtag (CTAG). Right up to the point that shares in the fraud were suspended on AIM no dissent was allowed. But it appears that the LSE does believe in free speech when it comes to inciting violence against me. My crime, natch, calling out the fraud and so yesterday the post below appeared.
Published 176 days ago
Ah diddums all those morons on the LSE Asylum who have spent months insulting and abusing me over Cloudtag (CTAG) are all of a sudden feeling a bit poor now that shares in their darling little fraud have crashed and been suspended. What is needed is a charity event to bail them out. And how about it involves me getting beaten up?
Published 177 days ago
The Cloudtag (CTAG) debacle has provided plenty of ammo for the BB Morons as the fraud has unravveled. As you can see HERE there were plenty of quality entries in last week's contest. But the winner, a first time winner, is Ian M Smith who spotted this gem from someone who reckons that the charlatans who run the LSE Asylum are now in on the global shorting conspiracy. Well done Ian who posts:
Published 184 days ago
As you can see HERE there were many half decent entries in last week's contest but the winner is a stand out and is, natch, from the LSE Asylum. Did you know that on that Asylum it has been arranged so that you cannot provide a link to an article on this website? Yup not only is it rampers only but you cannot even link to a counter point of view. Je suis LSE eh? So the winning entry is spotted by Juicin and is ( from the Cloudtag (CTAG) thread natch):
Published 189 days ago
Over on the LSE Asylum and elsewhere in Bulletin Board Moron land there is some excitement that Hargreaves Lansdown appears to speak for a large number of shares in the AIM fraud that is Cloudtag (CTAG). The dreamers reckon this is good news as the post below shows. Au contraire mes amis...
Published 201 days ago
Having previously noted the rise and rise of AIM-listed events manager Parallel Media (PAA), whose shares shot up from 16p to peak at 46.5p on no news (with four trades going through at 48p), I see that the rocket launchers are out again. My thinking remains as before: if you hold it is time to look skywards, be thankful and sell.
Published 204 days ago
Last week's Bulletin Board Moron contest also allowed entries of mindless Donald Trump bashing. Pizza Hardman Darren Atwater did his very best to win via that route but sadly even at his deluded best he could not compete with the savants of the LSE Asylum. There were a number of strong entries, as you can see HERE, but the winner is one that shows the censorship policies of the LSE Asylum up for what they are. Truly that Bulletin Board is a place beneath contempt.
Published 242 days ago
Oh, perhaps I shall have another small slice of stilton and another glass of port said London's worst Nomad Roland "fatty" Cornish to himself, as he tried to bury the memories of his visit from the ghostly apparition who was even scruffier than Tom Winnifrith. Clearly not a scholar or a gentlemen he repeated to himself several times although whether this was a reference to the ghost or Winnifrith was unclear at this point. Fatty did not enjoy being haunted but, after just one more "small" slice of Stilton and a small port Fatty decided it was time for beddybyes and headed up stairs with his faithful, if flatulent, poodle Stuttard following on behind.
Published 268 days ago
As I consider my new career as a death spiral financier on AIM, I am watching developments at AIM-listed jam-tomorrow (if it ever has a product to sell) stock CloudTag and its funding deal with L1 with great interest. Boy, those death spiral chaps are clever!
Published 279 days ago
Yes i am still in the Motorway Service Station Premier Inn and had a shocking experience this morning. In this podcast I look at the seven stages of grief and compare Nigel Wray (aka Britain's Buffett) with moron investors in the fraud Cloudtag (CTAG), especially those on the LSE Asylum. The promo code to get 20 free tickets to UK INvestor Show as mentioned with reference to the Wray golden share is NOVUKSP
Published 388 days ago
Old Gervais is a credible fund manager so what on earth is he doing appearing on a new video show "The spiv Olympics" produced by the LSE Asylum? Its host is Sith Lord Zak "I will do anything, tip any crap for money" Mir, guest one is some barrow boy from low life bucket shop Optiva and the third guest is an uber-spiv from the Asylum itself. So far in three days only 480 folks have watched this shite and Darren and myself are two of them. But Zak needs the money so needs the Asylum to think he has a mass audience so do your bit to assist a poor chartist.
Published 444 days ago
Cynical Bear has discovered a gem of madness on the LSE Asylum. It seems that if anyone posts a bearish piece on this website it does not matter who the author is named as, the piece was actually written by me, Indeed I am a busy chap because such loons are also convinced that I spend my entire day posting bearish comments on various bulletin boards under various nom de plumes. Hmmmmm why get paid to write when you can post crap for free...why didn't I think of that before?
Published 493 days ago
Darren Winters sent me a lawyers letter in the Autumn for calling him a charlatan and snake oil salesman and threatening me with legal action if I did not withdraw what is a statement of fact. I shall see the Winters bitchez in court and he is a moron for thinking I'd say anything else. Anyhow Winters got another courtroom beating from team Sheriff today so maybe he has learned who not to try to bully. Back to real morons and this week's Bulletin Board Moron of the Week contest where there was only one winner...
Published 500 days ago
Last week I asked if anyone could find a bigger bulletin board moron than Ascent Resources (AST) shareholder Carl Meiring. Poor Mr Meiring seems to have had rather a bad week but at least he gets another 15 minutes of fame. With Ascent shares now at 1.75p to sell Carl's tweet of last Monday is unbeatable although as you can see HERE there were many other strong entries.
Published 528 days ago
As ever there were some classic entries in last week's Bulletin Board Moron of the week contest with Drunken Sailor's own made up entry almost plausible as a real one. Had he not fessed up he'd have one the prize. The full raft of entries is HERE. But there is no moron like an old moron and no old moron like an MTV moron.
Published 535 days ago
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.
Published 549 days ago
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.
Published 570 days ago
A raft of folks who enjoy financial hari-kiri were unearthed in last week's Bulletin Board Moron of the week contest but there is a clear joint winner. Can we do better this week?
Published 600 days ago
Our Christmas website traffic was 40% up on last year and almost 200% higher than in 2013 and still we have not spent a cent on advertising. The LSE Asylum appears to have last week stopped folks from linking in to our articles - a clear demonstration of head in sand mentality - Chris Oil and others call for folks to boycott us but...
Published 619 days ago
Over the weekend one of our most read pages was a very old article about bogus Tripadvisor reviews of a restaurant called Real Man Pizza Company. This was driven by discussions on the LSE Asylum Rare Earth Minerals (REM) thread about "defending their stock" - down again today BTW - by attacking me. And lo and behold...
Published 654 days ago
The Globo (GBO) boards provided some cracking examples of Bulletin Board Moron insanity last week. I particularly liked the post “Should I have listened to the drunken blogger TW?” Yes Moron you should have been heeding my warnings on a whole range of stocks for three years but I guess you are happy staying in the Council House. But the Globo loons were trumped by a classic from a Worthington (WRN) backer:
Published 671 days ago
They still don’t get it. The FRC has thanked me for exposing fraud at Quindell (QPP) and the former board are being investigated by the SFO as well (it can thank me later for the assistance I have provided). Yet according to some Quindell shareholders on the LSE Asylum I am the guilty party, the devil incarnate. And boy were they looking forward to my day in the High Court today…don’t tell the morons it is off as at least one admits to going along last time to cheer on my then opponent Aiden Earley. I would not want to stop a moron from wasting a morning.
Published 679 days ago
My attention is drawn to the LSE Asylum, UK Oil & Gas (UKOG) thread where the free speech jihadists are in full flow after Monday night’s BBC programme.
Published 716 days ago
Is there no limit to the stupidity of some folks who post comments about shares on Bulletin Boards? And why do the morons all appear to own the same stocks in their portfolios of death? Worthington, Afren, Daniel Stewart, Quindell - will they all pile into Rangers FC when it relists? Probably only if Rob Terry takes a stake. In this shortened week I invite you to post the daftest and most inane comment you find about shares on twitter or on a Bulletin Board in the comments section below. The deadline is Sunday at midnight.
Published 731 days ago
The Bulletin Board Morons were flying last week with shareholders in Quindell, Daniel Stewart and Worthington once again showing themselves to be the most deluded fools out there. One suspects that many folks hold all three gems and are also lapping up Rob Terry's latest fraud, Knob Park Estates ( sorry I meant Quob Park). Your entries for Bulletin Board Moron of the week were as ever spectacular, can you do better this week? The entries last time were magnificent covering a full spectrum of idiocy. You can see all the entries HERE.
Published 738 days ago
The Bulletin Board Morons are noted sometimes for their denial (Afren delisted today, is there hope), sometimes for their sheer stupidity (Worthington Golden ticket holders) and sometimes for their ability to come up with conspiracy theories which are just the other side of insane (Quindell) and sometimes for letting bigotry or a blue mist overcome reality (Rangers FC). And that brings us to last week’s winning Bulletin Board Moron of the week.
Published 745 days ago
Afren may be in administration but some Bulletin Board Morons see upside for the shares. Other morons want Chris Oil to join the board at Sefton while others regard the FCA and SFO enquiries into Quindell as good news for Rob Terry. Meanwhile Worthington news must be imminent but for the morons no news is good news while news will also be good news. You can’t make this stuff up. And so let’s have another contest this week, as the Victorians visited asylums to peer at the insane we marvel at the Morons in the LSE and ADVFN asylums. You can see the full variety of insanity from last week HERE - The winner of last week’s contest was Juicin Drumroll with this gem from the LSE Asylum:
Published 754 days ago
Oh well you cannot say that you were not warned often enough on these pages. To the Bulletin Board Morons who abused us and said we did not know what we were talking about as we warned of impending doom, we say “enjoy poverty peasants” because it really is all over for Afren (AFR). And that is official, although no doubt on the LSE Asylum someone will spin news of administration as a buying signal for the shares.
Published 766 days ago
I sense that this bloke chose a name based on hope rather than actual achievement as his last two tweets show him to be 100% delusional.
Published 781 days ago
At the start of the New World Oil & Gas (NEW) forward selling fiasco Liam was cited as being one of the “innocent” forward sellers, who “accidentally” got himself embroiled in this mess. In fact, Liam was the primary example used to paint a human face on perhaps one of the most reckless market acts ever witnessed on AIM. Unfortunately for those who chose Liam as the forward sellers’ poster-boy, he has not behaved well. Posting under the username “Awkward Turtle” across social media, Liam is quite removed from being an “ordinary” private investor. Mr Turtle, as it is perhaps more appropriate to call Liam, is a small, yet revealing, part of something far more sinister and well coordinated.
Published 786 days ago
This morning, ADVFN (AFN) confirmed speculation that it has entered into a heads of agreement with the directors of London South East about a possible takeover. Although this deal is still subject to “certain conditions” being met, it has piqued our interest - why would anyone wish to buy the LSE Asylum, a website noted for publishing duff reports of broker notes and for providng a platform for the countrys looniest Bulletin Board morons?
Published 801 days ago
As an alternative to Bulletin Board Moron of the week this week we launch a new contest - twitter ramper of the week and as it is our debut all tweets going back to May 8th are eligible. And that meas that to win the contest you have to show a tweet which is either criminal or just mindless ramping that beats this one from market abuser Chris Oil.
Published 814 days ago
Mr head in the sand, I see no China frauds on AIM, Mr Xaviet Rolet is today crowned Bulletin Moron of the week Despite fierce competition from the LSE Asylum. Nigel Somerville spotted this classic statement of denial from Mr Rolet:
Published 815 days ago
Earlier today I revealed the full scale of the fraud that is Naibu. I also revealed that the LSE wants to get more China frauds, oops, I mean companies on AIM as it insists that there is no problem at all, Suddenly the board of the London Stock Exchange are starting to make posters on the LSE Asylum look like a bunch of Nobel prize winners. In that vein we honour the chaps at the London Stock Exchange with this week's Bulletin Board Moron contest.
Published 829 days ago
We have often criticised Nomad Roland “fatty” Cornish for his role in the debacles at New World Oil & Gas (NEW), Gate Ventures (GATE) and other AIM casino omnishambles stories. Now he is also acting for Rob Terry’s Daniel Stewart (DAN). But in acting for all these POS enterprises and for signing off on so many comically misleading RNS statements, fatty does have a function. He keeps these joke Companies on the AIM casino and that gives the folks on the LSE Asylum something to froth about. Heck, I forgot – fatty also used to act for Aiden Earley’s Worthington (WRN).
Published 835 days ago
Flip flop himself posted a couple of entries and almost won but I would have been accused of fixing the contest so we can’t have that. As such the winner is Bondholder with a posting, needless to say, from the LSE Asylum
Published 840 days ago
In the days before he was organising marches for torchbearing and pitchfork clasping lunatics from the LSE Asylum, Ben "pitchfork" Turney attended the UK Investor Show where he popped into the bloggers cafe to record a few thoughts on video.
Published 842 days ago
Until the General Election is finally over, we are allowing both idiot comments by MPs or political figures as well as by Bulletin Board Morons to be entered in this contest. And as such we have a tie for the most moronic posting of the week.
Published 848 days ago
Another day, another smokescreen from UK Oil & Gas (UKOG). As with all of this month’s announcements from the company, what it hasn’t said is more important than what it has. Quite how long UK Oil & Gas’ Nomad, WH Ireland, will allow the excessive over-promotion of Horse Hill to go unfettered is anyone’s guess, but in the meantime here’s what the spinners hope you are too stupid to figure out for yourself.
Published 850 days ago
Maybe I did not make the General Election element of this contest clear. Merely pointing out policies that do not stack or the general duplicity of Call Me Dave or insanity of Vince Cable/The Greens does not win – we need a specific quote that is self-evidently insane. Please do better this week HERE. And thus the winner of last week’s contest is…
Published 860 days ago
Shrooom…another lump of sugar said the dormouse?. If you insist. I took the tab as I prepared to read the latest RNS from Old Mother Worthington Group (WRN). Sitting on a tangerine cloud a group of mad hatters posted comments franticly on the LSE asylum. Actually I haven’t taken any drugs for years but every time I read a release from Worthington I feel that I am having some sort of ghastly flashback. Is that Doug Ware I see chatting to the Queen of Hearts. Off with Tom Winnifrith’s head! No it was not the Queen, it was Aiden Earley or was it Craig Whyte? Anyhow, yesterday’s RNS was mind blowing. Shroooooom!
Published 878 days ago
I am in a good mood today for two very good reasons (here and here) and I sense that this will endear me all the more to the Morons on the LSE Asylum especially on the Worthington board but also Quindell as we head towards PWC. Thus- in response to reader requests – with a deadline of Sunday midnight, Bulletin Board Moron of the Week is back.
Published 883 days ago
In today's podcast I reflect on all the moron comments on Bulletin Boards every time Ive been threatened with legal action by crony capitalists or outright crooks. I forgot to mention Angus Forrest of Tern in that list but it did not work out to well for him just like threats from Globo, Range Resources, blinkx, Quindell, Cupid, Sefton, TXO and now Worthington as well as the clowns in charge of the LSE Asylum all ended up badly for them. Get used to it folks, I pick my targets carefully and I win! I then have a shock revelation about TXO before going on to discuss eServGlobal, Rosslyn Data, Mosman Oil & Gas and more.
Published 920 days ago
In light of today’s disastrous news from Slater & Gordon the Bulletin Board Morons will be in a frenzy convincing themselves that this is great news for Quindell (QPP). I am also working on a Worthington (WRN) expose - in case you had not guessed it is a 100% fraud from top to bottom - so I sense that the morons will serve up some gems this week. Let us celebrate the best of them. Now I realise…
Published 934 days ago
I sense that a good number of shareholders in Quindell (QPP) also have stock in Afren (AFR) and Worthington (WRN). If the last of those three is ever unsuspended it is lining up to replace Quenron in my affections when Rob Terry’s creation goes bust. It truly is a POS built on sand. As such if you are hunting for a week 11 winner of Bulletin Board Moron of the week I suggest a good look at the Worthington threads might be in order. In terms of a week ten winner, the full list of rantings from the insane is here but the winners are:
Published 940 days ago
Sadly Mr Rhys Griffiths of law firm Field Fisher who believes in time travel has not been posting. Rhys old boy please do us a favour and stop acting as a bully boy lawyer for Bulletin Board Morons at the LSE.co.uk and become one yourself – you are so entertaining. In the absence of any more gems from Rhys, we must look elsewhere for a winner.
Published 941 days ago
Mr Rhys Griffiths of law firm Field Fisher would have to be a prime contender for this award. He reckons that I have invented a time machine and also made up a quote for me to support his mad thesis. Sadly he did not post his ramblings on a Bulletin Board but sent them in a joke lawyer’s letter to me on behalf of the asylum known as LSE.co.uk so he is ineligible. But in honour of the buffoons who paid him £500 an hour to produce such piffle the competition is back.
Published 958 days ago
Yesterday 12 journalists were murdered by those who deny free speech. Today on the LSE asylum others who do not believe in free speech are at work. They may not be murderers but they are no less despicable. I start with that matter and Quindell and move on to cover Kenmare, Global Energy Developments, Tern, Igas, Sainsbury and Tesco, Touchstone Gold and Northwest Investment Group.
Published 978 days ago
On December 5, I was lambasted by Bulletin Board Morons for being beastly to ValiRX (VAL) – the 0.285p in the middle (down by 98% under current management). Apparently I did not understand the science.
Published 981 days ago
Quenron (QPP) shares are now down to 32p. 0p or suspension or both looms and is coming soon. Even the dumbest fuck in the universe must understand that. But no, Tom Dobell at M&G and the posters on the LSE Asylum just reckon it is corporate governance or in the case of the latter it is all down to me. Today’s moron DMajor explains Quenron’s share price collapse by posting six sentences containing three howling spelling mistakes or grammatical errors and NINE lies about me.
Published 992 days ago
You see my problem is that I just do not understand the exciting technology. That is what the ValiRx (VAL) experts say, well by experts I mean Bulletin Board Morons. We have been here before. Do you remember Monitise?
Published 1004 days ago
Will this be the final week of Quenron (QPP) as a listed company? It may well be. And so this might just be the last Quindell Bulletin Board/twitter moron of the week competition. It has been fun while it lasted! As ever there is a bottle of wine as a prize for the person who can spot the most idiotic Bulletin Board post or tweet by a Quinnovation Group Shareholder. As ever
Published 1017 days ago
Again a great batch of entries for this contest bit one suspects that week five will produce the best yes given the calamitous admissions of 10th November. You can read the full roster of idiocies HERE but as to the winner....
Published 1024 days ago
The standard of entries in last week’s Quenron (QPP) Bulletin Board/Twitter moron competition was staggeringly high. There are some incredibly stupid folks out there on this shareholder list. If we add in the classic entries from week one (HERE) and week two (HERE) we are half way to a nice little Christmas stocking filler book “In their own words, the dumbest people ever to buy shares” The full list of entries in week three was glorious but the top four are, IMHO: