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ShareProphets readers tips for 2017 competition - end October update

Published 22 days ago

Having asked for readers tips for 2017 for the amazing prize of a meal 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, on a per username basis, a buy & sell pick from the LSE or AIM Casino and the stocks not to have been suspended at the commencement of 2017)...

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Published 25 days ago

Tonight Tom Winnifrith serves up a special share tip and a bearcast special (one of three bearcasts today) only on ShareProphets. To access that tip ands the bearcasts you have to be a paid subscriber to ShareProphets. It only costs you £5.99 a month to get access which works out at sub 2p per article. Think how much our big red flag calls on the AIM frauds have saved you and hot tips like IQE have made you. Its a nil brainer....it's madness not to sign up especially with those THREE bearcasts and a hot share tip from Tom coming up today.

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ShareProphets readers tips for 2017 competition - (slightly late) end September update

Published 49 days ago

Having asked for readers tips for 2017 for the amazing prize of a meal 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, on a per username basis, a buy & sell pick from the LSE or AIM Casino and the stocks not to have been suspended at the commencement of 2017)...

Management Resource Solutions Fined £85,000 by LSE but this is a whitewash and cover up

Published 50 days ago

Management Resource Solutions (MRS) has today been fined £125,000 (reduced to £85,000 for co-operating with the LSE) for lying to investors back in 2015. But this is a whitewash and a cover-up protecting the establishment. The LSE notes that only the FD remains from 2015 and finds he was blameless. Cock. There is no censure of the Nomad (Northland) which was reckless in its lack of due diligence. How do I know this? Because it took me 30 minutes of internet research to expose this scandal back in April 2015 HERE.

Winner of the Bulletin Board Moron of the Week contest - sponsored by Telit and Eros

Published 53 days ago

This is the last Bulletin Board Moron contest for awhile. We're going to let it lie fallow and let the morons fester for awhile. But we do have a winner for the week.

New Bulletin Board Moron of the Week contest - sponsored by Telit and Eros

Published 54 days ago

This week's Bulletin Board Moron contest is sponsored by Telit Communications and Eros International.

Winner of the Bulletin Board Moron of the Week contest - sponsored by Nyota Minerals

Published 60 days ago

It's been a Worthington heavy week on the Bulletin Board Moron contest beat. Yet, as much as Juicin Drumroll beats that musical instrument, his nominatees didn't win yet again. Juiicin you just can't beat a Cloudtag (CTAG) moron..

New Bulletin Board Moron of the Week contest - sponsored by Nyota Minerals, motto: "We don't need no stinking cash, assets, or Nomad"

Published 60 days ago

This week's Bulletin Board Moron contest is sponsored by Nyota Minerals, a company that has more lives than all of our reader's cats.

Photo Article -Tom Winnifrith gets a cheque for 29p, is it a bribe?

Published 63 days ago

Well it did arrive in a brown envelope! The eagle eyed among you will see that I appear not to have cashed the last cheque from this source, for 51p. I think I lost it. But I'm now entitled to 80p as a result of being a loyal shareholder in the London Stock Exchange (LSE). Of course my real "dividend" is being able to attend the AGM to berate the hapless head of AIM Regulation, Mr Marcus Stuttard. Truthfully, notwithstanding today's cheque I can say that I am not in this one for the money.

New Bulletin Board Moron of the Week contest - sponsored by Darren Mercer, suspended CEO of BNN and guy who bets against his own horse

Published 74 days ago

This week's Bulletin Board Moron contest is sponsored by Darren Mercer, the CEO of BNN, suspended by his own board. In an unrelated incident, Mercer was suspended by the Jockey Club for betting against his own horse. We thank him for his support.

Stuttard’s Septic Seven – September update: minus 75%, what about replacements?

Published 75 days ago

Well here we are a few weeks short of the anniversary of the creation of out Septic Seven stocks which we had Red Flagged but were at the time still trading on AIM. Marcus Stuttard, the sham sheriff and head of AIM, obviously had complete faith in the regulatory setup of the Casino which is why this portfolio was set up. After all, if he is completely happy with the regulation of AIM (for which he is responsible), he should be happy to pony up his cash in out basket of diversified stocks. We might consider all members of the portfolio as littered with Red Flags, but obviously he doesn’t and therefore some of the joke PEs are highly attractive.

New Bulletin Board Moron of the Week contest - sponsored by Roger Lawson endorsed Purplebricks: Prize the right to fire Darren Atwater

Published 82 days ago

Sometimes for routine incompetence but more normally for attempting to publish the sort of money tree worship inspired fake news that should be the preserve of the BBC and the Guardian, pizza hardman Darren Atwater gets fired at least once a week by ShareProphets. Naturally he is reinstated almost immediately. The winner of this week's BBM Contest gets to fire Darren next Monday by mail or in person. What a prize!

What scandals are the London Stock Exchange so desperate to hide - the disciplining of Nomad ZAI

Published 82 days ago

There was a High Court Ruling this week which concerns attempts by the London Stock Exchange (LSE) and AIM to discipline the firm of ZAI Corporate Finance, a Nomad, or retained adviser, to firms on the AIM casino. The big question here is what dirty linen the Stock Exchange is desperate to hide. I should declare at this juncture that I am an expert witness in this case.

ShareProphets readers tips for 2017 competition - Summer Bank Holiday update

Published 87 days ago

Having asked for readers tips for 2017 for the amazing prize of a meal 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, on a per username basis, a buy & sell pick from the LSE or AIM Casino and the stocks not to have been suspended at the commencement of 2017)...

New Bulletin Board Moron of the Week contest - sponsored by the AIM casino, the world's most successful growth market

Published 88 days ago

This week's Bulletin Board Moron contest is sponsored by the AIM Markets, the world's most successful growth market, now only slightly smaller than it was last year.

Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Oozi Cats and the FBI & why Telit could well be tits up within weeks

Published 97 days ago

The failure of the LSE to insist that hapless Nomad FinnCap forces Telit (TCM) to bring in a firm like KPMG to conduct a full forensic review will hurt it even more when this company goes tits up as I noted in a letter to Stock Exchange boss Donald Brydon earlier today HERE.  Two sources tell me that the FBI may have bad news for the Boston fraudster Oozi Cats and his Mrs as I explain in this podcast. But the meat of the podcast is explaining why Telit will go tits up and why that could be within six weeks. Enjoy.

A letter to the chairman of the London Stock Exchange - why no independent review of the Telit fraud?

Published 98 days ago

You may remember that at the last AGM of the London Stock Exchange (LSE) its chairman,, Donald Brydon CBE, 'fessed up to being a ShareProphets reader and as we chatted afterwards he came over as a thoroughly decent man. But he has, yet again, been failed by his minions in their handling of the biggest AIM fraud of the year, so far, Telit (TCM). Lowly gofers such as the head of AIM Regulation, the fake Sheriff Mr Marcus Stuttad,  have allowed Telit to avoid any independent scrutiny of its accounts & business practices despite clear evidence of fraud. That has to change and maybe Brydon will push for that. I have sent him a letter.

ShareProphets readers tips for 2017 competition - (slightly late) end July update

Published 111 days ago

Having asked for readers tips for 2017 for the amazing prize of a meal 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, on a per username basis, a buy & sell pick from the LSE or AIM Casino and the stocks not to have been suspended at the commencement of 2017)...

New Bulletin Board Moron of the week PRIZE contest graciously sponsored by shamed Tory Baroness Ruby McGregor Smith of MITIE infamy

Published 116 days ago

To help publicise the Financial Reporting Council's investigation into the accounts of outsourcers Mitie Group (MTO), its former CEO, enobled by Call Me Dave Cameron, has graciously - we assume - sponsored this week's bulletin board moron competition. 

Winner of the Bulletin Board Moron of the week contest sponsored by Disgraced share Ramper Roger Lawson again

Published 116 days ago

There were many good nominations this week making selecting the selection of a winner a difficult one. But we persevere.

New Bulletin Board Moron of the week PRIZE contest graciously sponsored by Disgraced share Ramper Roger Lawson again

Published 123 days ago

Former ShareSoc chairman Roger Lawson, who has threatened to sue Tom Winnifrith, is the sponsor of this week's Bulletin Board Moron contest. Yes he sponsored last week's contest as well but the disgraced share ramper is such a prize dick and still has a few of the Globo sharesw he promoted so thusiastically to hand out as a prize so Roger is back again.

Winner of the Bulletin Board Moron of the week contest sponsored by Disgraced share Ramper Roger Lawson

Published 123 days ago

It's a clear win for a bulletin board moron this week. The stupidest thing that I have read all month and I have looked at Nadine Dorries blog this month.

New Bulletin Board Moron of the week PRIZE contest sponsored by Disgraced share Ramper Roger Lawson

Published 130 days ago

Today's the day that African Potash gets slung from the NEX markets or has the rules bent for them, so in normal circumstances it would sponsor this week's contest. But there is an even better sponsor, step forward disgraced share ramper Roger Lawson of ShareSoc infamy who will donate some of the Globo shares he owns as a prize.  Natch, Ramper Lawson sold most of his Globo shares before telling readers to sell, but he still has some left and even offered to help the management take the company forward.

Winner of the Bulletin Board & Twitter Moron of the week sponsored by the returning Quenron gang of Shysters

Published 130 days ago

It's a duopoly of duds this week. What to do? There were few entries last week, which seems to show that the bulletin board posters on LSE and ADVFN and III have all been sensible and humble for the past seven days.

Stuttard’s Septic Seven July update: when will it be two?

Published 132 days ago

Oh boy, it’s time to revisit Marcus Stuttard’s Septic Seven and we have yet another suspension. You will recall that this portfolio of seven diversified stocks from the AIM Casino was chosen for Mr Stuttard so that he might demonstrate his faith is his own regulatory setup at the world’s most successful growth market – but with the caveat that all the stocks selected had been Red Flagged but were still trading. In the week that the LSE washed its hands of any responsibility for fraud it is scores of the doors time, after not quite 10 months.

SHOCKING: London Stock Exchange: Fraud on AIM is nothing to do with us, nothing we can ( or will) do about it!

Published 134 days ago

The AIM casino has hosted the London stockmarket's biggest fraud for almost 40 years (Quindell) and a raft of smaller frauds in recent years. One might almost say that fraud is endemic. Yet, in a consultation paper published this week, the London Stock Exchange (LSE) has insisted that it is not within the remit of its own AIM Regulation department to tackle fraud or indeed do anything about it. This shows a complete contempt for investors - we bank the fees, you bank the losses.

New Bulletin Board Moron of the Week Contest - sponsored by the FD-less FRAUD Aquatic Foods

Published 142 days ago

Thanks to a last minute sponsorship from China, where the financial director of Aquatic Foods (AFG) has walked out, we're pleased to open another round of AIM's favourite game show: Who is the Bulletin Board Moron of the Week!? Maybe we could start by naming the brokers who usrged folk to buy this stock? Did the Investor Chronicle tip the shares or is this the 1 China fraud it did not promote?

New Bulletin Board Moron of the Week contest - sponsored by Paul "Queenie" McManus PR to London's worst frauds & AIM trash

Published 144 days ago

Queenie smears journalists and spins for all the worst companies on the casino from fraudsters Eden to Advanced Oncotherapy to Norfolk's finest Fusionex. He truly is a posterboy for AIM and thus a fitting sponsor for this week's contest.  The challenge: We're looking for exemplary examples of sheer stupidity from those founts of brilliance; the Bulletin Board Morons who dwell on the cesspits that are LSE.co.uk, III.co.uk and ADVFN.co.uk. The deadline to post your entries in the comments section below is midnight, Sunday 2 July.

ShareProphets readers tips for 2017 competition - end June update

Published 146 days ago

Having asked for readers tips for 2017 for the amazing prize of a meal 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, on a per username basis, a buy & sell pick from the LSE or AIM Casino and the stocks not to have been suspended at the commencement of 2017)...

New Bulletin Board Moron of the Week contest - sponsored by David Lenigas on steroids

Published 152 days ago

The prize is a cheap one way flight to Mars organised by Elon Musk a promoter who makes David Lenigas seem bashful and understated. The challenge: We're looking for exemplary examples of sheer stupidity from those founts of brilliance; LSE.co.uk, III.co.uk and ADVFN.co.uk. The deadline to post your entries in the comments section below is midnight, Sunday 25 June.

Tom Winnifrith: I lied to you - I have a 19th share, I'm 99.75% down in four months and over the moon

Published 152 days ago

Yesterday I revealed to you the 18 shares I own and thanks for all the comments. For the avoidance of doubt that portfolio started at zero four and a bit years ago and we have more than trebled our money to date. It happens. But I lied to you, the portfolio is incomplete. I own two other shares. 

ShareProphets readers tips for 2017 competition - Spring Bank Holiday update

Published 179 days ago

Having asked for readers tips for 2017 for the amazing prize of a meal 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, on a per username basis, a buy & sell pick from the LSE or AIM Casino and the stocks not to have been suspended at the commencement of 2017)...

ShareProphets readers tips for 2017 competition - end April update

Published 209 days ago

Having asked for readers tips for 2017 for the amazing prize of a meal 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, on a per username basis, a buy & sell pick from the LSE or AIM Casino and the stocks not to have been suspended at the commencement of 2017)...

New Bulletin Board Moron of the Week Contest - sponsored by MoneySwap

Published 215 days ago

This week's contest is graciously sponsored by MoneySwap, the Filthy Forty constituent that has this week requested to be dropped from the AIM market.

Frontera - battle lines drawn as JubCap and Waseem Shakoor stick in the knife

Published 225 days ago

It seems that despite bears not being universally popular, I'm not the only one who thinks that AIM-listed Frontera (FRR) is an out and out bargepole stock. In the wake of yesterday's ramparoonie (oops) highly informative RNS, the Twitterspere has seen a few comments - not least of which from Waseem Shakoor and investment house Jub Capital - sticking the knife in.

RESULT: Bulletin Board Moron of the Week Contest (sponsored by ADVFN)

Published 228 days ago

We had some good competition...

New Bulletin Board Moron of the Week Contest: Sponsored by ADVFN

Published 228 days ago

With CloudTag (CTAG) out of the way, and the Filty Forty winding down to the Filthy Few, it's anyone's game to win. This week, extra points will be given to submissions from sites other than LSE, as I am beginning to suspect that entire site is some sort of art project by some City Boy who really resents not going to St Martins.  Perhaps it should be ADVFN where the board seem as interesting as the customers. Your deadline to submit entries in the comments section below is midnight, Sunday 9 April.

ShareProphets readers tips for 2017 competition - (somewhat late) end March update

Published 230 days ago

Having asked for readers tips for 2017 for the amazing prize of a meal 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, on a per username basis, a buy & sell pick from the LSE or AIM Casino and the stocks not to have been suspended at the commencement of 2017)...

Cloudtag Moron - lets beat Tom Winnifrith up: LSE provides platform for inciting violence

Published 254 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.

ShareProphets readers tips for 2017 competition - end February update

Published 268 days ago

Having asked for readers tips for 2017 for the amazing prize of a meal 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, on a per username basis, a buy & sell pick from the LSE or AIM Casino and the stocks not to have been suspended at the commencement of 2017)...

Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Why reading the LSE Asylum is not research, it is mad bad and dangerous

Published 277 days ago

A reader has lost money and blames the LSE Asylum. I hate all Bulletin Boards and their operators and explain why - they encourage theft from me. But the LSE Asylum is unique: it is a nest of ramping vipers and free speech deniers and, as such, it is mad, bad and dangerous for your wealth.

Selective fascist censorship on LSE Asylum as bear raider Waseem Shakoor lets rip again on the Cloudtag fraud

Published 290 days ago

Bear raider Waseem Shakoor has let rip again on the fraud Cloudtag (CTAG). The great Waseem, currently recovering from a sporting injury common among middle aged athletes, has served up a real reality check to the morons on how quickly, if ever, Onitors appear in British stores. This is a strong follow up to yesterday's coke penis photo report from the Spring Fair. What is fascinating is how the LSE Asylum is applying selective censorship of Waseem who says that he has received a message from LSE asking me to refrain from saying "I've spoken to a Cloudtag source" as it couldn't be verified. Since when did everything you write on a bulletin board have to be verified asks the Bear. Indeed. Waseem's two posts, which will no dount be removed altogether soon, read:

ShareProphets readers tips for 2017 competition - (slightly late) monthly update

Published 293 days ago

Having asked for readers tips for 2017 for the amazing prize of a meal 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, on a per username basis, a buy & sell pick from the LSE or AIM Casino and the stocks not to have been suspended at the commencement of 2017)...

Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Cornhill fined over New World Scandal but the real villains escape

Published 310 days ago

Sorry this is so late. I am meant to be taking a few days off with the Mrs and Joshua but I am also feeling very much under the weather. Better late than never here is my take on how the LSE has fined broker Cornhill £300,000 over the New World Oil & Gas (NEW) scandal. Where does this leave Cornhill? What about other brokers? The real issue is that the real villain of this tale, of which criminal Chris Oil was just one, appear to have got off Scot free

RESULTS: ShareProphets readers tips for 2016 competition

Published 324 days ago

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, this is the result...

New Bulletin Board Moron of the Week Contest sponsored by sleazy Lord Peter Hain

Published 348 days ago

I shall be saying another prayer at the little church on the way to my Greek Hovel tomorrow morning. It will be a prayer asking God not only to show strength to my source on the kerboom emails for one AIM stock but also to make Lord Peter Hain see the light about his involvement with the fraud African Potash (AFPO) as it prepares to see its shares suspended this Wednesday. Lord Hain is no doubt familiar with the book of Mark, chapter 10 verses 20-24. King James version natch:

ShareProphets readers tips for 2016 competition - end November update

Published 356 days ago

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 with the competition now into its final month (to be eligible needed to have selected a buy & sell pick and those to be listed on the LSE or on the AIM Casino)...

Spot on: Waseem Shakoor on Bulletin Board censorship and when Cloudtag shares will hit 0.1p

Published 361 days ago

Bear raider Waseem Shakoor had called Cloudtag (CTAG) pretty well so far and he is also bang on the money on the matter of free speech. He has just posted this on the ADVFN asylum and he is 100% correct. Or is he? My target is 0p as this is a fraud. Shakoor is just too generous with his 0.1p target. He writes:

ShareProphets readers tips for 2016 competition - end October update

Published 384 days ago

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)...

TrendIT – a shocking indictment of the Standard List: part two

Published 404 days ago

Yesterday saw a shocking litany of scandal regarding Iraeli tech play TrendIT (TRIT) of the LSE’s Standard List on the main market. We saw how it managed to gain admission claiming to be raising £4m which didn’t arrive, how its accounts suggest that it was not solvent either before or after the IPO, lost its Broker (Peterhouse) which is yet to be replaced, confusion over which firm was acting for it in its IPO and admission placing, a boardroom merry-go-round, a going concern warning from its auditor and suspension from trading “pending an announcement” we’ve all been awaiting for almost three months  – and it only listed in January! Today we bring you, courtesy of the Global Shorting Conspiracy, a translation of an article published by Israeli newspaper Calcalist.

Trendit – a shocking indictment of the Standard List

Published 404 days ago

If you thought that AIM was badly regulated then the Standard List seems to be making great strides to demonstrate how much worse it could all get. We already have Cynical Bear’s Sub-Standard Shockers XI but in the form of Trendit (TRIT) an extraordinary set of events suggests a real scandal is brewing. Will anyone step up to the plate and take action?

ShareProphets readers tips for 2016 competition - end September update

Published 419 days ago

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)...

Tom Winnifrith Bearcast - how should I spend that 24p & Graham must be fired for being too nice to FastJet

Published 429 days ago

So the London Stock Exchange (LSE) has just sent me 24p. Fear not, I shall not spend it all at once but on what do listeners think I should splash out? Meanwhile Graham Neary is just too nice to FastJet (FJET) today and unless he can start to act a bit more like a complete and utter bastard I fear that I shall have to fire him as he just won't fit in at ShareProphets. I explain why Fastjet is toast. I look at Charaat Gold (CGH) and also at how sometimes we get carried away by short term events and ignore the bigger picture - I refer in this case to Nighthawk (HAWK). I also ask why after 18 days African Potash (AFPO) has not sued me for libel for pointing out that it is a fraud? Go on you mothers I want to see you bitchez in Court.  The gym I refer to is HERE.

AIM fraud should be food for thought for Deutsche Boerse CEO Carsten Kengeter as lawyers lick their lips

Published 447 days ago

A chance encounter with a London lawyer whilst on holiday has drawn my attention to the issue of the useless regulation of London’s AIM market and how market forces may find a way to address the shortcomings so often bemoaned here on ShareProphets.  

ShareProphets readers tips for 2016 competition - end August update

Published 447 days ago

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)...

Bulletin Board Ramper of the Week sponsored by Strat Aero PR man sayitlikeitis

Published 467 days ago

Over the weekend we revealed how Strat Aero's PR man boasted of pretending to be a Bulletin Board Moron, sayitlikeitis, to post rampatstic nonsense on the LSE & ADVFN asylums. He was paid to ramp the stock with ludicrous claims and comments but some folks do it for free!. Please nominate your BB ramper of the week posting the most ludicrous claims you can find on boards or on twitter (so Big Gob tweet ramps are eligible) in the comments section below with a deadline of midnight Sunday 15th August. Ramps on any stock are eligible.

ShareProphets readers tips for 2016 competition - end July update

Published 482 days ago

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)...

Bulletin Board Moron of the Week: back for Worthington's Final collapse

Published 488 days ago

As I noted earlier, Friday really could be Worthington's (WRN) last stand. No doubt its supporters on the LSE will have all sorts of excuses and will be blaming the usual suspects (me, Brexit, Evil) for their losses. This is too much of an opportunity to miss for we voyeurs of the moron community. But posts from other threads can also be submitted in the comments section below with a deadline of Sunday 24th July. I reckon Cloudtag (CTAG) and Highlands Natural (HNR) on the LSE and ADVFN asylums will prove happy hunting grounds.

Hooray!! Deputy Sheriff 1, Oxymorons 0 as F40 LED International heads to Death Row

Published 491 days ago

Marcus Stuttard, head of AIM! Xavier Rolet, head of the LSE. Oxymorons of AIM Regulation! Your boys took one hell of a beating, one hell of a beating!! Yes folks, it is game, set and match to the Deputy Sheriff as the immediate resignation of both the Nomad and the Chairman of ShareProphets AIM-China Filthy Forty play LED International Holdings (LED) was announced today at eighteen minutes past midday.

Tom Winnifrith Bearcast - Shipston Bengal beckons

Published 494 days ago

In this podcast I discuss the !Industrial policy" of Theresa May, the LSE being taken over by the Krauts - a good thing - why I am still an equities bear and a few other things. Must rush. I have a takeaway from Shipston Bengal to collect for my father and me. 

Why AIM’s woeful regulatory environment makes it a hotbed of FRAUD.

Published 502 days ago

It seems that we at ShareProphets are not the only people concerned about the amount of fraud we see on the London markets – and, in particular, on AIM. We have seen the horror of the biggest stockmarket fraud for thirty years (Quindell, QPP – now Watchstone, WTC) unfold before our very eyes and yet as Tom Winnifrith doggedly banged on the doors of AIM Regulation and the FCA they did nothing and the frauds continued unchecked for far longer than they otherwise would.

China fraud LED International Holdings and AIM Rule 41: when a rule isn’t a rule at all

Published 503 days ago

ShareProphets AIM-China Filthy Forty member LED International Holdings (LED) has been suspended from trading since 22 Dec 2015 – we are well into month seven of suspension, then. AIM Rule 41 says: “The Exchange will cancel the admission of AIM securities where these have been suspended from trading for six months”. Yet LED has still not been given the order of the boot by AIM Regulation. I dropped our friendly Oxymorons a line….

ShareProphets readers tips for 2016 competition - end June update

Published 510 days ago

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)...

China FRAUD? MoneySwap, PCG Entertainment former chairman – a look back in history: the post-match analysis

Published 529 days ago

Kung Min Lin is the former chairman of ShareProphets AIM-China Filthy Forty MoneySwap (SWAP) and PCG Entertainment (PCGE) – having stepped down from both in the last six months or so.  We have been taking a look at the history of Sportswinbet (SWB) which joined the Casino in 2005 – with Kung Min Lin as Exec Director – which went on to become Power Capital Global (PCGB), with Kung Min Lin moving up to the role of Chairman. The history of both is riddled with related party transactions involving his brother, Heng Jui Lin, and his Kolarmy vehicle, and things came to a sorry end last December. Continuing with Cynical Bear’s football theme (it is, after all, the Euros!), it is time for the post-match analysis.

The AIM Nightmare board - joining CEO Piers Linney is FD Nilesh Jagatia - check out his CV of doom

Published 538 days ago

Who would you want running the AIM PLC board from hell? Naturally with Outsourcery (OUT) becoming his 39th business failure, or is it 38 I lose track, Dragon's Den flop Piers Linney has to be the CEO. I'd nominate that silly woman from Easyjet (EZJ) as Group Equal Opportunities Officer. The Chairman has to be the patrician twit Gibson Smith formerly at the LSE. The FD...check out the CV of Nilesh Jagatia of Inspirit (INSP) and Teather's (TEA) infamy now on the run!

ShareProphets readers tips for 2016 competition - end May update

Published 540 days ago

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)...

Unitec Cacao: How the NGOs lied to make fools of City brokers and others - a map for you

Published 567 days ago

To think that a certain top broker and others were getting in a lather about protests at the LSE organised by mad rich lefties working for NGOs about United Cacao (CHOC). How they were all hoodwinked. That might be a tad embarrassing for that broker as he has to admit how he was fooled by some Guardian reading loons, in his next email to clients.

ShareProphets readers tips for 2016 competition - end April update

Published 569 days ago

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)...

London Stock Exchange Still in Denial on AIM

Published 573 days ago

I couldn’t make the London Stock Exchange (LSE) AGM on Wednesday but by all accounts it was more amenable than last year’s disgraceful affair at which bona fide shareholders were frisked and refused entry by boot faced, thuggish bouncers, but I am disappointed that the board still seems blissfully unaware of the reputational damage being inflicted on the LSE by the dysfunctional AIM Market.

Tom Winnifrith Bearcast 27 March - which is more shite Outsourcery or Blur?

Published 575 days ago

Hello to the chairman of the LSE and all other readers of this website and welcome to the daily podcast. In detail I look at Outsourcery (OUT) the crock of Turkish run by serial business failure Piers Linney and Blur (BLUR) the piece of Turkish run by uber-poltroon Phil Letts. Which is more worthless? Discuss. Having behaved myself with no bad language at the London Stock Exchange (LSE) AGM I am aware that my standards rather slipped in this podcast. You have been warned. I also cover MX Oil (MXO), Cambian (CMBN), Hunter Resources (HUN) and the uber Turkish Rose Petrooleum (ROSE) whose RNS today screams SELL - PLACING AHOY!

Stock Exchange chairman Brydon tells AGM he reads Tom Winnifrith - as AIM Sheriff quizzes board

Published 576 days ago

Not only did I get into the AGM of the London Stock Exchange (LSE) but in response to one of my two questions chairman Donald Brydon fessed up to being a reader of my work, saying how glad he was that I had got in this year. And as I chatted to my new best friend afterwards up wandered the bogus Sheriff, Marcus Stuttard, head of the oxymorons at AIM Regulation and guess what?...He's a reader too.

London Stock Exchange AGM Wednesday - 89% of you think LSE will stop Tom Winnifrith from asking questions

Published 577 days ago

I shall endeavour, as the owner of two shares, to gain admittance to the AGM of the London Stock Exchange tomorrow morning. Im coming up from Bristol so may be a few minutes late but I trust that Lucian will be there for the 10 AM kick off at the Banksters Hall but it seems that only 11% of you reckon that the crony capitalists will take my questions on AIM fraud. We asked how the LSE would treat me - having barred my last year as its press office lied: You said:

Goldenport – delisting leaves shareholders dead in the water

Published 581 days ago

It will come as no surprise to readers of ShareProphets that main market listed Goldenport Holdings (GPRT) is to leave the LSE, as announced this morning. Shareholders are set to lose everything just as predicted (see HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE) but amazingly the shares are still trading pro tem. You can still get your bad of crisps….or perhaps just a couple of penny chews, for the shares have collapsed (so far) by 70% today, to 1.5p mid. So there is another 1.5p to go….

Reader Poll: Will Tom Winnifrith get into Stock Exchange AGM next week & if not why?

Published 582 days ago

Tom has been assured by the London Stock Exchange that a share certificate and a passport will get him into the LSE AGM this year. But the same folks lied to him in 2015 so will he get in and if not why not? Vote now in our reader poll:

Want to join Tom Winnifrith & Lucian Miers as we storm London Stock Exchange AGM 27 April?

Published 582 days ago

The complacent and overpaid useless bastards who run the London Stock Exchange (LSE) hold an AGM at the Bankers Hall on Cornhill in the City at 10 AM on 27 April. I shall be there with a share certificate and passport and so cannot be denied access. Last year the press office lied to me and blocked my entry.

ShareProphets readers tips for 2016 competition - end March update

Published 596 days ago

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).

CIC Gold perhaps its main man might tell us about his failing bank: where's the money gone?

Published 596 days ago

I have long pointed out that with the stench of Stuart Bromley surrounding it, CIC Gold (CICG) is a dog with fleas that no sane investor would wish to own. Its shares have duly tanked. I have flagged up before the interesting business past of COO His Excellency Ulambayar Barsbold which the LSE seems perfectly happy to ignore - clearly this chap is a fit and proper person to run a London listed company. So how does the LSE feel about the bank where His Excellency is CEO, Credit Mongol, see HERE

Tom Winnifrith Bearcast 20 March: Nice krauts, nasty Phil Green, Mike Ashley and Wicked Witch Cherie Blair

Published 613 days ago

In today's podcast I argue that it matters little who runs the London Stock Exchange (LSE) as long as it is not the idiots in charge now. I then move onto unnacceptable faces of capitalism: slob Mike Ashley, greedy pig Phil Green and the Wicked Witch Cherie Blair

ShareProphets readers tips for 2016 competition - end Feb update

Published 630 days ago

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)...

Tom Winnifrith Bearcast 23 Feb - Recording with 3 legged Oakley and an imaginary ffing dog

Published 639 days ago

Thank you for your kind messages about my late cat Tara. Today I record with morbidly obese three legged Oakley listening and try to get him excited with an imaginary ffing dog. Actually it is the Chris Oil of cats. I explain. I also look at Stanley Gibbons (SGI), the London Stock Exchange (LSE) and the first placing into the Horse Hill ramp - Evocutis (EVO). Next will be - I predict - Solo (SOLO). I also look at ISDX lobster pots and David Lenigas lies ref Afriag (AFRI).

ShareProphets readers tips for 2016 competition - (slightly late) monthly update

Published 650 days ago

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)...

Doc Holiday to join Lucian Miers & Tom Winnifrith at LSE AGM protest, will you come too?

Published 656 days ago

The scouse blogger Doc Holliday has today said that he will be stealing a few hubcaps so that he can buy one share in the London Stock Exchange (LSE). That will alllow him to join the protests at its AGM in late April about its wholesale failure to tackle fraud and PLC lies on the AIM Casino. So that makes three comrades pledged to attend: Doc, myself and Lucian Miers. Will you come too? Here's the deal...

London Stock Exchange Brace Yourself for AGM Protest - This time you cannot stop me

Published 657 days ago

Last year the London Stock Exchange (LSE) managed to deprive me of access to its facistic AGM even though its press office had previously said I could attend. This year they will not stop me as I have just dematerialised my two shares ( the certs are with me) and so will arrive in London in late April will all the documents I need to get in. So what trouble will I cause?

Buy FDM Group at a 530p offer

Published 686 days ago

Investment Case: Despite in its current form only listing last year, principally IT personnel provider FDM Group (FDM) is a company we have have previously followed – its shares having previously been on AIM before the group was taken private in 2010. The shares were re-listed, this time on the main market, in June 2014 at 287p and exceeded 575p a couple of months ago before slipping back to a current 530p offer price. This makes its operational growth momentum and (growing) dividend interesting and sees the shares now rated as a buy.

Kenmare – Q3 Trading Update gives no cause for optimism

Published 757 days ago

Yesterday saw ISX and LSE listed Kenmare Resources (KMR) issue a trading update for Q3. Plenty of numbers, detail on improved production and shipped tonnage. But the elephant in the room is, as it always is with Kenmare, the state of its finances and that we got absolutely nothing at all. In other words the update was about as much use at the FCA is at preventing fraud on the London Markets.

C. Papadimitrakopoulos, CEO Globo PLC, receives the World Finance award for Best Telecoms Innovation

Published 759 days ago

You think awards all a load of old cock? You think that being lauded by the London Stock Exchange is a bad sign? Yup lets watch a video of fraudster Konstantinos Papadimitrakopoulos, until today CEO of the fraud Globo (GBO) in action. Well done you old crook. But at least as you rot in jail know that the LSE once loved you.

AIM-China Filthy Forty: (yet) another bites the dust. How many before Marcus Stuttard is forced out?

Published 773 days ago

China Chaintek (CTEK) was formally expelled from the AIM Casino this morning, making it the twelfth company on the ShareProphets AIM-China Filthy Forty to leave the Casino. This followed the resignation last month of the now saintly Ray Zimmerman at ZAI Corporate Finance as Nomad. Forty companies, twelve down and four more on death row. Is it not clear as day that there has been the most inexcusable failure by Marcus Stuttard, the Sham Sheriff, and his oxymorons at AIM Regulation? If he has a shred of decency he will now resign.

AIM Awards – how much cash has been wiped out so far on the Filthy Forty in 2015?

Published 777 days ago

As the crony capitalists enjoyed their Black Tie dinner tonight to celebrate the world’s most successful growth market, might they have paused for a moment to reflect on the horrific losses which have been seen this year on AIM? Fat chance. One number ought to have had the champagne going down the wrong way, and that is how much capital has been wiped out on the ShareProphets AIM-China Filthy Forty so far this year from delistings and suspensions caused by Nomad resignations. I promise you that number is a horror.

Tom Winnifrith - An Open Message to LSE Boss Xavier Rolet re the China Frauds on AIM

Published 779 days ago

The smug froggie cannot bury his head in the sand anymore. Another China fraud on AIM bit the dust today. I suggest that Mr Rolet accept that this is a scandal, apologise to the retail investors who have lost millions and then take 2 urgent steps to clean up this mess.

China ReRun – Yet Another Filthy Forty China AIM casino stock onto Death Row – shares suspended

Published 780 days ago

Oh dear. This reads badly for the LSE which reckons that Chinese stocks on the AIM Casino are as good as any other. Nomad Cairn has quit the China ReRun (CHRR) account and after less than two years on the Casino, its shares have been suspended. They will be booted off in a month when no other Nomad volunteers to take this on. No Nomad will touch this with a bargepole following this statement:

China AIM Casino Filthy Forty Update - 15 down, 25 to go average loss 50%

Published 784 days ago

Of the 40 China stocks listed on AIM on June 1 2014 or listed since only 25 are still trading. 11 have been booted off and 4 are on death row awaiting expulsion following the loss of their Nomad. The returns from this portfolio of doom now average MINUS 50.125%. But actually it is worse.

Worthington & the Court Order – what is going on? And another deadline looms

Published 802 days ago

Followers of worthless Old Mother Worthington (WRN) have been intrigued by a filing at Companies House on Friday “S1096 Court Order to Rectify” -  oh dear perhaps we should not mention the word “court” to Worthington shadow director and ex Rangers FC (RFC) boss Craig Whyte. What is going on?

Daniel Stewart – an open letter to the FRC and the FCA

Published 805 days ago

We have pointed to a number of anomalies in the accounts of AIM Casino listed Daniel Stewart Securities plc (DAN) and its main trading subsidiary Daniel Stewart & Company plc. The share capital of the latter appears to be in a complete mess, as described HERE. There looks to me a mis-match of numbers between the parent and the subsidiary, as described HERE. And it would appear that the subsidiary accounts (which were filed to Companies House 11 months late, and four months after the parent accounts) are riddled with errors, as described HERE

Exclusive: Why Rangers was booted off the stockmarket – it was a London Stock Exchange covert killing… a warning for Sefton

Published 805 days ago

On April 2nd 2015 Rangers Football Club (RFC) was booted off the AIM casino, the junior market of the London Stock Exchange.  A nominated adviser, Nomad, for many AIM companies has now contacted us to explain how this was a direct result of a covert killing by the London Stock Exchange (LSE) itself. Shareholders in Sefton Resources (SER) be warned…you may be next.

Am I being paranoid or does the London Stock Exchange not like me very much?

Published 812 days ago

As you know I was filming with the BBC today. I shall let you know when the programme is set to run. We started off with an interview on the 24th floor of a very tall building. If I look a bit green at the gills it is because I suffer from chronic vertigo so I really did not enjoy that much. Then we moved over to film a few shots outside the Stock Exchange…

Pilfering Bulletin Board Posters are Not Really a Curse - But They Still Need a Few Manners.

Published 814 days ago

When I wrote about Advanced Oncotherapy (AVO) at the weekend, it was copied and pasted word for word, almost immediately into blogger’s corner at the LSE website.

Camkids, China Chaintek and the joke that is AIM

Published 831 days ago

It seems like ages ago that the then Chairman of the London Stock Exchange, Mr Gibson Smith stared at me disdainfully at the police-state plenum-style AGM and in answer to my question as to whether having AIM was really worth the sweat, given its minimal contribution to Group profits compared to the colossal reputational damage it was wreaking, trotted out some feeble rehearsed platitudes about the importance of the AIM market, the quality of the Nomads, and lack of wholesale fraud in the AIM listed China-based community.

Red Flags at Night – Xplorer plc FY Results: horrific!

Published 844 days ago

Xplorer (XPL) came in for a grizzly Bearcast savaging from Tom Winnifrith back on 1 Dec 2014 (HERE) following its Friday after-hours at no-one-is-watching o’clock interims statement. Last week saw this LSE Standard Listing company repeat the trick with its full year results to the end of March 2015 statement, released at 6pm when everyone had gone home for the weekend, or possibly for a few days’ summer holiday on Marbs with Jon Stretton-Knowles. If the Interims were a shocker, this statement was so much worse - it is hard to know where to start. 

Is the AIM Cesspit full of dirty money?

Published 848 days ago

I have long wondered just how much ‘dirty’ money is sloshing around in the AIM cesspit, and indeed the main markets in the UK. There have been a large number of events in recent times on the AIM market that have shown just how the lax the regulation is, and you have to wonder whether that extends to rules that are supposed to prevent it being used for money laundering!

Get a free copy of Tom Winnifrith's 49 Red Flags dedicated to fraudster Rob Terry TODAY

Published 848 days ago

Tom Winnifrith's most recent book, 49 Red Flags is dedicated to Mr Robert Simon Terry of the fraud Quindell (QPP). With the SFO and FCA now investigating Terry and Quindell, Tom's painstaking analysis was vindicated. The expulsion of Gate, Naibu and Sorbic from AIM further vindicated Tom's analysis. His most recent book is a guide to how to avoid over-promoted and fraudulent companies on AIM and the LSE. Order it today for immediate delivery of a FREE copy of "49 Red Flags".

Convicted armed robber Daniel Levi delivers body blow to AIM’s reputation

Published 851 days ago

We should be grateful to convicted armed robber Daniel Levi. Really we should, for he has proven, in the most graphic manner possible, so much of what is wrong with AIM. Formerly known as David John Hopkins, Levi has spent sixteen years in jail for two separate convictions involving firearms. There is no indication that either conviction is spent. It will now be a source of major embarrassment both to the London Stock Exchange and the Financial Conduct Authority that a man with Levi’s background was able to become Executive Chairman of Sefton Resources (SER), without anyone picking up on his criminal past.

Aquatic Foods Group plc – yet ANOTHER AIM-listed China Norfolk?

Published 856 days ago

On Monday AIM-listed Aquatic Foods Group plc (AFG), a Jersey-based holding company with its main assets in Shandong Province in China, held its AGM. Ahead of that gathering it was announced that Mr John McLean (hitherto the Deputy Chairman and Senior non-Exec) had withdrawn his candidacy for re-election to the board. Red Flag? Read on (especially if your name is Xavier Rolet, CEO of the LSE).

Jiasen – circling the plughole of AIM Casino Death: FD Quits

Published 858 days ago

China fraud Jiasen (JSI) floated at 82p a year and six days ago. The shares are now 4.5-5.25p following news that the Chief Financial Officer Kian Tan is set to walk the plank within weeks. The shares now trade on an historic yield of almost 50% and at an 80% discount to stated net cash and on a PE of 0.3 if you believe the numbers. I do not. They are pure fiction. Jiasen is circling the plughole of AIM casino death as I flagged up again yesterday HERE.

ADVFN – what sort of person takes over the LSE Asylum?

Published 879 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?

Prize Competition: AIM is 20, nominate the "lifetime value destroyer" on the Casino

Published 887 days ago

A free meal for two at Free Speech & Liberty Pizza House in Clerkenwell is the prize in this week's contest. On the 19th the crony capitalists will be celeberating AIM's 20th birthday. How they will celebrate with black tie events, champagne, coke and hookers all paid for you.. the mug punters.

Could the New World & Gas naked shorters really make £5million from the havoc they caused?

Published 894 days ago

If New World Oil & Gas’ (NEW) board of directors gets its way and saves the skin of the naked shorters, then this group could stand to make at least £5million from this fiasco. As disgusting as this figure it, what is most troubling about it is that the group of naked shorters must include a number of regulated firms, who have acted incredibly recklessly and irresponsibly. Will the London Stock Exchange and Financial Conduct Authority stand by and allow this to happen?

Tom Winnifrith BearCast - Naibu I now have the smoking gun

Published 915 days ago

I have some frigana to poison, some snakes to encounter and after that swimming and a late lunch with the Mrs at Kitries which is a small seaside town in the Mani that I would recommend to anyone. After that or perhaps tomorrow I shall publish the smoking gun on Naibu (NBU) demonstrating that its claim to have lots of cash and no debt was a slam dunk lie from the IPO onwards. This was a fraud and it was one that its Nomad (Daniel Cesspit), accountant (Clark Whitehill) and lawyers (Pinsent Masons) should have and could have spotted. So who should get sanctioned and what should the LSE do about other China Norfolks on AIM now? Amazingly I also have breaking news from the LSE about China which will horrify you all.

Sorbic International and Naibu – All is well on the AIM Casino, according to the London Stock Exchange

Published 938 days ago

This must all just be a complete coincidence. Two AIM China companies have announced the sacking of their head honchos by the non-execs. Both are suspended pending financial clarification. Both have engaged Chinese legal firms to gain control of cash/assets of their respective companies.  Both apparently have plenty of cash, it is just a small issue that the cash seems to be stuck in China.

London Stock Exchange -- the AIM Casino is a tremendous success caption contest

Published 939 days ago

No prizes just a chance for folks to show their wit and to show their appreciation for the LSE in its heroic efforts to make the AIM Casino the success that it is. Perhaps shareholders in Arria NLG, Optare, JQW and other star performers today might be especially incentivised to enter. Post your captions in the comments section beow

LSE – Laughing Stock Exchange holds AGM for selected shareholders

Published 939 days ago

You couldn’t make this up: ShareProphets has piled scandal upon scandal on to the authorities at the London Stock Exchange (LSE), with particular reference to the (complete non-) regulation of the AIM Casino. And so, with a golden opportunity to face down the critics the LSE decided that it did not want Tom Winnifrith present. No matter that he is a shareholder, turning up with proof of ownership and photo ID. No matter that, as a journalist, he had already been given clearance to attend. No, the LSE didn’t want any awkward questions. Is that because they knew that Tom is correct, and that therefore they would not be able to answer?

Tom Winnifrith Bearcast - Chatting to Doc Holiday

Published 942 days ago

In this podcast I look at the bleating customers of IG Index, the nature of AIM in relation to a chat with Doc, the Labour/SNP threat to Britain in the context of HSBC threatening to quit, Rosslyn Data and James Courtis Pond and again at the forthcoming AGM Of the LSE.

Should I go to the London Stock Exchange AGM to ask about China frauds?

Published 956 days ago

Whaddya think? Lucian Miers reckons that we should both buy a few shares (and this time I will have full documentation) and head along to the London Stock Exchange (LSE) AGM on April 29th to pick a fight over Naibu (NBU) and the other China frauds. Should we go?

The EFH Scandal: ANOTHER company gets involved as the stench spreads to the Main Market of the Laughing Stock Exchange

Published 969 days ago

You might have thought that the Equities First Holdings LLC scandal would burn itself out, but not a bit of it. Step forward Mr Robert Adair, NED of Main Market listed Urban&Civic plc (UANC).

London Stock Exchange plc – FY Results: This is why market regulation is failing

Published 992 days ago

To much fanfare the London Stock Exchange (LSE) announced its full year results for calendar 2014 this week. We had CEO Xavier Rolet all over the news, telling everyone what a marvellous success story the LSE is. Sure, it made plenty of money for its own investors, reporting adjusted profit before tax of £492 million. But what of the users of its products? How have they fared?

5-point plan for the reform of the regulation of AIM from the Deputy Sheriff

Published 1013 days ago

Following yesterday’s piece on this subject, I cannot help but stick my oar in too! Some great ideas there, but I do have a couple of reservations as outlined below, before I put my suggestions forward.

Quindell Bulletin Board Moron of the Week 11 – a joint winner

Published 1015 days ago

Once again there were numerous entries which again demonstrated that some folk should not be allowed to be in charge of a piggy bank let alone trade in shares. You can see all the week eleven examples of lunacy on Quindell, Worthington and Afren HERE.  As it happens there is a tie for first place with both nominations coming from Juicin Drumroll.

Pacific Tycoon – An Open Letter to Media Owners: Please Boycott this POS

Published 1030 days ago

I am goaded into writing a letter to those responsible for the only financial websites that matter (ADVFN, iii, LSE and Motley Fool) asking them to follow our lead at ShareProphets and to publicly refuse to take any advertising from Pacific Tycoon because quite simply it is a scheme that will ensure readers lose money.

ShareProphets Exclusive: Bucket shop market abusers find new way to steal from private investors

Published 1126 days ago

Private investors on AIM are used to watching millions wiped off the value of their investments by the illegal forward selling of placements, followed by gratuitous discounts forced by brokers. Not content with the scale of their illegitimate profits, it now looks like the market abusers have struck upon a new method of stealing from shareholders. It’s come to our attention that certain bucket shops are demanding a sizeable percentage of brokers’ fees for participation in placements. Sadly, we have been made aware of at least one broker, which is playing along with this outrage. This helps explain the mystery of the increasing number of stocks we’ve watched trade below placement prices, immediately after the completion of fundraisings. Even by the abysmal standards of AIM’s cesspit, this revelation is a new low.

The AIM Casino Explained in One Picture - Saturday Caption Contest

Published 1139 days ago

We hope that this cartoon which is more than 150 years old explains how the LSE came up with the idea of the AIM Casino. The many bring their wealth in and buy shares and the money goes to the managers of the offerings (City Crony capitalists) and the Directors. Shimple, sheeple. To win today’s contest simply post your captions in the comments section below.

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