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Monday Easter egg: The twenty most-read ShareProphets stories of 2022, so far

By Darren Atwater | Monday 18 April 2022


Disclosure: I have no positions in any stocks mentioned, and no plans to initiate any positions within the next 72 hours. 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.


Some ShareProphets articles are marmite, in that it's good for you but not very popular. Other ShareProphets artiicles are, well, marnite, in that they cause widespread, viceral disagreement. Here are the twenty stories, excluding bearcasts, that ShareProphets readers read and read with Julie Meyer featuring in four of them. Ms Lingerie on Expenses sure is box office.

 

  1. BREAKING: Julie Meyer MBE gets 6 months jail sentence, suspended but only pro tem

    You may remember that Julie “Lingerie on expenses” Meyer MBE tried to wriggle out of paying £200,000 to lawyer Julian Pike of Farrer & Co who she had engaged, inter alia, to troll and harass myself and whistleblower John Galt. She lost the case against Farrer but appealed.She has lost again. The judgment of Mr Justice Kerr is below and is a joy to read. Ouzos all round tonight!!!


  2. BREAKING: Omega Diagnostics, hugely discounted placing next week – source

    As its CEO “was resigned” on 19 January Omega Diagnostics (ODX) poured cold water on the suggestion that it was about to do a bailout placing in a way that I said was grossly misleading HERE. Well knock me down with a feather.


  3. Eurasia Mining - the level of delusion among shareholders is off the scale - the joke press release

    This is from the private Telegram group where Zak Mir committed market abuse citing the Good German excuse. This is how shareholders in this company get their rocks off…Whatever… A shareholder list this dumb is a sure fire sell signal.


  4. BREAKING: Darren Atwater Resignation letter

    I am afraid that I shall not be firing Darren as, this morning, our esteemed publisher has resigned. His letter is below.


  5. Explosive new Document: Union Jack Oil, the spooks and the ICO offences against its own shareholders, advisers and journalists

    I have been sent a new document sent by corporate spooks Fortisat to its client Union Jack Oil (UJO), “Investigation Update Report” 22nd October. It is utterly damning and suggests that the company was aware and sanctioning activity which is a clear breach of the rules set out by the Information Commissioner, not to say utterly creepy. Resignations or sackings must surely result from this expose. In today’s article I shall name some of those targetted by Union Jack and is shameless boss David Bramhill. 


  6. Private Eye on Novacyt - this is damning

    I have warned you time and time again that Novacyt (NCYT) was a ramp with the sole purpose of allowing now departed CEO Graham Mullis to trouser an enormous cash bonus based on the share price on just one day. In the end Mullis trousered £8.5 million but, last week, Private Eye served up a great article showing how the company has a cultrure of lying and fabrication and, had investors known the truth about tests that did not work or which were contaminated, Mullis would be far less well off than he is today. This is a scandal and the ramifications could be very serious. Potentially a claim by the DHSC could wipe out most of this  company’s balance sheet (cash of £100million) with ongoing cash burn now that sales of its covid tests are evaporating, taking out the rest. This remains a bargepole stock/short.  


  7. The ShareProphets 24 tips of the year for 2022 – No 21 is a BUY from Darren Atwater

    Between Boxing Day and January 3 all of our writers will be serving up their share tips of the year for 2022 – and now a new occassional contributor has stepped up to the plate so that will be 24 tips. Twenty first in our series is a BUY from Darren Atwater.


  8. Breaking – Omega Diagnostics set to announce hugely discounted £7m placing and open offer at 5p within hours!

    A reliable source tells me that Omega Diagnostics (ODX) has completed a c£5 million placing at just 5p. And given how the morons who own this stock – which at 9.9p is capitalized at £17 million – will be royally diluted, there will also be an open offer at the same price to raise up to £2 million.


  9. Avacta – a chance to double up on the short

    Small stake-building by a French Covid tester in Novacyt (NCYT) saw its shares surge yesterday and that prompted jumps across the sector. Over in Bulletin Board Moron land the talk was of merger mania sweeping the sector. I hate to disillusion you guys …


  10. Julie Meyer MBE plumbs new depths - tweeting about the suicide of the mother of the journalist who has exposed her crimes

    46 years ago my mother killed herself. I do not hide the fact and yes it is an event that saddens me. But I do not expose folks like Julie Meyer, who has fled Britain to avoid a six month jail term, owes taxes all over the world and is the subject of an FCA Criminal investigation because of what happened in on Oxford hospital in 1976 but because folks like Julie Meyer should be exposed. The tweet below ike others were Meyer incites the mob with talk of terrorism has been reported to Twitter but nothing will be done.


  11. Catching Up On My Gold Shares As Sentiment Nose-Dives: Centamin, Panther, Ariana and Golden Prospect

    We have had a boat-load of news from my Gold shares, so here is a round-up of my take on the latest developments from fully-listed Centamin (CEY), AIM-listed Ariana Resources, Standard-listed Panther Metals (PALM) and fully-listed investment company Golden Prospect (GPM).


  12. The ShareProphets 24 tips of the year for 2022 – No 24 is a SELL from Tom Winnifrith

    Between Boxing Day and January 3 all of our writers will be serving up their share tips of the year for 2022 – and now a new occassional contributor has stepped up to the plate so that will be 24 tips. The final article in our series is a SELL from myself, Tom Winnifrith.


  13. Julie Meyer MBE – now arrest warrant issued by UK High Court

    In a story first reported by the Law Gazette but subsequently claimed as an “exclusive” by both the Mail and City AM, it seems that an arrest warrant has now been issued by Mr Justice Kerr in the High Court for Julie “Lingerie on Expenses” Meyer MBE.  This follows on the from the case first reported here on Monday,in full with the actual judgement, which took place on 26 January when Kerr imposed a suspended 6 month sentence but demanded that Meyer provide documents to Court by 7 February and appear in person on the 14th. She did neither.


  14. A HotStockRockets tip of the year for 2022...

    We consider there are many stocks we have tipped to have likely catalysts to spark the shares in 2022, but which ones are we most excited about?
     

  15. Centamin – 2021 FY Numbers And Dividend: Is It Now A Sell?

    Well, I look a right Charlie. Having spent the last 18 months trying to restore the investment case for fully-listed Egyptian Gold miner Centamin (CEY), the board now intends to chop the payout and the shares have tanked. What to do?


  16. BREAKING: Why would someone facing a six month jail sentence have two passports? Here they both are...

    Apparently a well known entrepreneur noted for putting lingerie and a sex toy on expenses once had a minor problem getting through security at Zurich airport when she was wanted on criminal charges in Malta. Perhaps learning from that lesson why not get a second passport to use in emergencies? 


  17. Letter to the FCA – since when did you think it was okay for quoted companies to lie about their sales?

    Neill Ricketts of Versarien (VRS) will today be boasting of how he has settled his libel claim against Bulletin Board poster Ian Westbrook and that it is a triumph for him. Au contraire! Only now can I reveal what Ricketts really wanted out of this case.


  18. Breaking: The loathsome Neill Ricketts of Versarien settles libel case with BB poster Ian Westbrook – none of his key demands met

    Neill Ricketts of Versarien (VRS) will today be boasting of how he has settled his libel claim against Bulletin Board poster Ian Westbrook and that it is a triumph for him. Au contraire! Only now can I reveal what Ricketts really wanted out of this case.


  19. BREAKING: Canadian Overseas Petroleum - a monstrous, and surely illegal, deception as the Fat Lady starts to gargle

    The purpose of an RNS is to inform investors, not to deceive and mislead them. But that is exactly what Canadian Overseas Petroleum  (COPL) did last Friday, when it published results for calendar 2021.  On the RNS, we were treated to an abridged version, which read positively.  I can imagine why folks rushed to buy. But…


  20. Chill Brands interims – when did it start lying about sales? Why no current cash number – this is now a near insolvent fraud

    Chill Brands (CHLL) has today issued results for the six months to 30 September and quite simply what it says does not tally with numerous RNS statements about sales. This is slam dunk fraud but it gets worse.

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