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By ShareProphets | Sunday 4 August 2013
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In his weekly video postcard Tom Winnifrith discusses Sefton and the abject failure of AIM regulation – he urges Sefton shareholders to sue the LSE. He also discusses gold and the disconnect between physical and paper markets and overall stockmarket trends and sentiment.
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