Zamaz (ZAMZ), the Standard listed vehicle of Dominic White of the fraud Supply@ME Capital (SYME) infamy, has published extracts from its annual report for the year ended 31 August 2022 and promised that the full results would be available on its website at Zamaz.tech. At the time of writing this article, the website simply states “coming soon” which for a company which states “Zamaz' proven expertise in digital brand building” is rather laughable.
Make no mistake, today’s news from Versarien (VRS) is a £5 million dollop of sleaze from the Tories. It also suggests that the bailout discounted placing is coming soon. To what seems wholly corrupt, first.
Back in July I observed, not for the first time, that “the deep yawn continues at Vodafone (VOD)”. Since then, the multinational telecommunications company has continued to perform disappointingly. And today the current CEO has decided to exit (quite soon). Interesting.
I plead guilty. I recorded the bearcast HERE the other day when I was ill and so marginally delirious so I may have erred when it comes to Shield Therapeutics (STX). Evil Banksta is kind enough to assist me with my maths and he writes:
First it was Viceroy Research savaging Home REIT (HOME), now Boatman Capital, the entity that exposed Babcock (BAB) and Argo Blockchain (ARB) has joined the battle. It claims to be long not short but its letter to Home below is damning and makes it clear that heads need to roll. Enjoy.
Hello Share Pickers. This old punter has just become a customer of the broker AJ Bell (AJB). I know nothing about its competence in being an ordinary self-select share broker, so I’ll stick with my present providers, but my financial advisor Alice rates the company highly as a customer-friendly and efficient platform for bonds and similar financial products.