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Paragon Entertainment – “Property Disposal” announcement... which is far from just a “Property Disposal” announcement!
Published 292 days ago
Folli Folie, the Greek fraudsters, today attempted to refuse claims by Gabriel Grego that they were lying, inter alia, about store numbers and so in a release to the Athens Stock Exchange published a list of 587 stores. It has taken me one hour to prove clear and big lies on this list as I shall demonstrate below.
Published 322 days ago
A good day for the bears here in New York. First up I walked up from Battery Park to see where I used to work in the black and white era on Wall & Water. It is now being turned into luxury apartments. Anhow, I wandered on past the New York Stock Exchange and, as you can see, the tickers were all red. Then later on it was to meet the King of the fraudsters my pal Sam Antar who, as you can see below, is in relaxed mood. More on that in today's bearcast.
Published 551 days ago
Do you think Yosi got the machine below from Telit's (TCM) Vietnamese distributor of Internet products? In light of today's article on the former FD of the AIM fraud du jour, now its CEO, perhaps you can supply a suitable caption in the comments section below - deadline midnight Monday 21st. If you want more photos of burly men in leather check out Yosi's facebook page.
Published 712 days ago
The last time there was a mega merger in the housebuilding sector was 2007. Can you remember what happened next? Exactly. And thus today Bovis (BVS) announced that it had received bid approaches from both Redrow (RDW) and Galiford Try (GFRD). It has rejected both.
Published 724 days ago
I have not been terribly complimentary about NEX listed Afriag (AFRI) but you need a heart of stone not to go aaaaaagh at this photo and act of kindness below. Over to the SA press which reports:
Published 783 days ago
Each day until New Year's Day, we a showing a photo taken through the window of a ShareProphets reader. This final Reader's Window view is from my Mum and Dad's house in British Columbia, and a rare December snowfall.
Published 785 days ago
Each day until New Year's Day, we a showing a photo taken through the window of a ShareProphets reader. Today's snap is a Saharan sandstorm in Boa Vista, Cape Verde.
Published 787 days ago
Each day until New Year's Day, we a showing a photo taken through the window of a ShareProphets reader. Today's snap is by Brian, out of his bedroom window in Frensham, Surrey.
Published 788 days ago
Each day until New Year's Day, we a showing a photo taken through the window of a ShareProphets reader. Today's snap is by Howard, with "the view out of my patio window in Portugal looking at my real Xmas tree that's out there ... planted 5 years ago when my son was 7..."
Published 789 days ago
Each day until New Year's Day, we a showing a photo taken through the window of a ShareProphets reader. Today's snap by a Mr Tom W., a longtime fan of the site, with a picture out the back window of his father's house in Shipston.
Published 790 days ago
If you are a ShareProphets regular, please take a photo of the view through your window and email it to [email protected] We'll pubilsh a new one every day.
Published 802 days ago
With her 5 low grade GCSE's and diploma in media studies Cloudtag (CTAG) moron Hayley reckons she is better educated then (sic) me as part of a storm of tweet insults she sent me. Poor Hayley must be feeling a bit down given that shares in Quindell (oops, that is what her dim twin Kate backed & insulted me over), I mean Cloudtag, are suspended. So to make her feel better here is her promo photoshoot from the modelsfor facebook site. Always happy to support someone at the start of their career I bring you it in full. I warn you that Hayley is not dressed for going outside in these chilly winter days.
Published 855 days ago
How will the 1% preserve the wealth they have extracted from the rest of us, the 99%. That is the question that the world's best know resource investor, Sprott, posed this week. Over to the experts.
Published 976 days ago
Hello Share Twinklers. As Uncle Tom would have it, Photo-me (PHTM) is my favourite company. I’m not sure about that but it is still rather galling for me to have to report that the shares are down 15% as I write. It has, to be fair, motored upwards for a few days earlier on the expectation of a preliminary results statement which came out today. But that statement is not at all bad, and I fancy that the 15% fade will soon start to look a lot better.
Published 1003 days ago
Jim Bagot, the Essex pensioner mugged by WH Ireland (WHI), relieved of most of his life savings by John Molyneux stuffing him into wholly inappropriate stocks is on the warpath back outside the offices of the disgraced broker. We recorded a video with Jim this morning and have photos of him in action. Enjoy.
Published 1017 days ago
I shall put the photo up later on TomWinnifrith.com but this is the first snake of the current greek trip - day 6 and one down!. I am a modest man, as you know, but feel that I have little to be modest about in saying that this really is a most excellent podcast covering Nostra Terra (NTOG), Avanti Communications (AVN) and a new lawyers letter,, Outsourcery (OUT) and LGO Energy (LGO) all in some detail.
Published 1091 days ago
I mentioned last week that Deputy Sheriff Towers had a small matter which needed to be resolved with Slater & Gordon Solutions (SGH). As Tom Winnifrith readies his Castlemaine XXXX and popcorn for tonight’s excitement down under as Slater and Gordon publishes its results, I thought I’d pass on my experience of dealing with the UK outfit.
Published 1323 days ago
So where did all the money go in Greece? To the fat cat politicians and industrial barons of course. I now bring you a photo of a Greek fat cat I encountered.
Published 1323 days ago
Last night there was no riot. Greece is capitulating but Europe is pretending that all is well. There will be another can kick on Sunday dressed up as a solution and thus no Grexit. Alex Tsipras has – as the Communists and I predicted – sold out his people but if Europe thinks it has resolved the Greek issues it is kidding itself as I explain.