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Tom Winnifrith BearCast 11 January - the Naibu and Quindell fraud special

By Tom Winnifrith | Sunday 11 January 2015


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.


A bonus podcast looking at my two fave frauds on the AIM casino - naibu and Quindell. The former is now officially toast - a clear kill for me. The latter will be toast. I suggest a bit of chart watching and explain the striking similarities.


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  1. Filthy – a man who promised to boycott this site but keeps coming back to post bollocks:

    I have given you crunch dates which could lead to suspension but have never give a specific date when I predict shares in this fraud to be suspended. #factcheck #QPPmoron

    T

  2. Tom, a bad couple of weeks for waz and paul scott being short of Quindell. The market is always right, it was right last year as Quindell fell and is right now, as Quindell sp rises. An investment in Quindell with a tight stop loss, could prove wise. Surely, you don’t really believe that Rob Terry has been ‘sacked’. I tend to agree with filthy lucre, that you were banging on about timescales/dates about quindells demise. I’m sure you have considered tosca funds involvement here but you have not mentioned it in your podcast. I would be interested in your view. Kind regards Mike.

  3. Mike

    A tight SL does not help you if shares are suspended at 7 am ( see NBU). QPP is a fraud so it will go under. I have not given an exact date (#factcheck for you).

    Re Tosca – see a Bearcast a couple of days ago – it is in the headline. I have commented.

    Me vs Tosca so far it is 1-0 to me ( Cupid). Looking forward to 2-0

    T

  4. Apologies Tom. Points taken on SL suspension and tosca. Lazy effort on my part.Hoping that Quindell recover from a very low base. Kind regards Mike.

  5. I invested in NBU following a bullish write by Investors Chronicle May14 @ 75p.Thank goodness I took note of your revelations regarding possible fraud and quickly sold @ 70p.I enjoy investing in the AIM market but it is a minefield and requires proper Regulation .

  6. Hi Tom

    Quiet quickly I have built up a lot of respect for you.
    QPP, do you still see a “zero,” share price and if so, approx when please?

    Re “write-downs,” if that happens and imo it will, were do you see the share price?
    Many thanks.

  7. Fithly

    You said I was wrong on QPP when I was bearish at 400p, 300p, 200p and lower.

    Your loyalty to the fraudsters is only matched by your ability to write utter bollocks.

    A lot of the Cupid loons were betting on Tosca vs me too.

    T

  8. Tom, at 400p, 300p, 200p etc. Tigers were bearish. You were not “right”, you were merely following the big boys. Your opinion counts for nothing. ZIp. Nada. You need to drop this before you look like a f*cking pillock.
    Oops. Too late :)

  9. QPP is a pile of shite. RT clearly agrees dumping his shares at any price. Even if you ignore everything else that alone is reason to employ barge poles.

  10. Interesting why QPP has to appoint so many high profile consultants (if true). Sky has said that QPP will announce tomorrow the appointment of Richard Rose Chairmen and Jim Sutcliffe as Deptuy Chair. Plus Marisa Cassoni and John Tomlins in consulting roles.

    It is good news good for corporate governance. They will be brutal and want everything uncovered and prudence demonstrated. You would expect QPP will have to say something about the PwC report.

    If this announcement made tomorrow why was RNS put out on Friday? Seems totally illogical if you announce next trading day!

    This could be a very nervous time for the Rob Terry’s of the world and his cronnies who ripped off shateholders.

  11. TW, looks like the sp will be up tomorrow:

    http://news.sky.com/story/1406053/city-heavyweights-to-join-quindell-revamp

  12. Tom

    Time to eat humble pie. QPP has now risen by 230% in the last 4 trading sessions.

    By how much more does it need to rise before you apologise?

  13. Pete

    Are you fucking thick or just having a bubble?

    the bulls/morons said QPP would do me for libel, get onto the main market & its accounts were kosher. The shares have crashed from 655 to 105 and meanwhile

    I am still here, QPP didnt sue me for libel (despite saying it would) it is still (just) on the AIM casino, its chairman has been fired & is being investigated by the FCA and others, & it exits only thanks to its banks not pulling the o/d after having missed cash targets by a mile.

    And you want me to apologise?

    Moron

    tom


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