By ShareProphets | Monday 8 June 2015
Disclosure: I own shares in one or more of the stocks mentioned. I wrote this article myself, and it expresses my own opinions. I am not receiving compensation for it (other than from ShareProphets). I have no business relationship with any company whose stock is mentioned in this article.
Hot on the heels of his hilarious appearance at Zak’s Traders Café last Monday, ShareProphets has just learned of yet another deleted Tweet from self-styled multi-millionaire City trader and well-known “invetement” writer Chris Oil. Once again, Chris thought he could escape justice and cover up his market abuse, but once again he was wrong. Our faithful bloodhounds are on the trail and will not rest until this serial market abuser is dealt with by the FCA.
You can’t help but wonder how many deleted Tweets of Chris Oil’s are out there. At Zak’s Traders Café Mr Oil bragged his investment strategy focuses on finding stocks that will go up 100% in two weeks, 300% in six months and 1,000% in a year. This is just sheer fantasy. Anyone involved in the markets knows this game is much harder than that.
Unless of course you are prepared to break the rules.
Perhaps Chris was drunk on the prospect of the uber-expensive champagne he was looking forward to at the celebration of market abuse at Annabel’s the following night, but whatever the case Chris continued to brag how when he gets involved in a stock his horde of followers pile in. Such is the demand for the Chris Oil brand that CEOs of companies want him to invest for the wonders he can do for their share price.
We can’t help but wonder how Raylene Whitford of Sefton Resources feels about this at the moment, especially as our next revelation once again involves the market abuse her company has been victim of.
So, over to you Chris!
You’ll note at the bottom of the Tweet an excerpt from Mr Oil’s holdings RNS issued on May 11th. On the same day Chris Oil was directly encouraging his followers to buy Sefton stock because of “news around the corner” he started ditching his entire holding.
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