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

By Darren Atwater | Monday 11 September 2017


 


There was some good intramural discussion this week. How Irish is Tom? How many times must one bet against their own horse before it is unseemly? Also, some morons ramping shares.

The winner this week was nominated by Juicin Drumroll: rf911 on the Telit board on ADVFN. Says Juicin, "The "fantasy transaction" this moron is talking about is Oozi Cats selling 7,081,620 ordinary shares in the Company at a price of 340 pence per share, as RNS'ed on 24.05.17."

 

Sep '17 - 17:04 - 5911 of 5912

Bbmsionlypostafter - sorry to hear your short didnt work out.

Where and when did this fantasy transaction occur, please provide proof as i cannot find any record of this. Unless this is inside knowledge and youre a director at Telit perhaps and thats how youve come to know?

Hold on...youre not oozi cats himself are you? LOL

He knows his company better than you or i , and he's a buyer.

 

Congratulations rf911, you can pick up your No Prize at 7,081,620 locations throughout the UK.


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