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About Tom Winnifrith

Tom Winnifrith Sunday 2 June 2019
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We all make mistakes the key is to learn from them.


Editor of TomWinnifrith.com, Tom’s major outlet is ShareProphets.com, the UK’s top website for exposing stockmarket fraud. Tom’s work in this area has been commended by the regulators. For his efforts Tom is trolled on the internet with an almost daily diet of online harassment and smears, gets lawyers letters from crooks trying to silence him as well as a number of death threats


Financier Dru Edmonstone, now out of prison after a stretch for benefits fraud, said of Tom “Tom should have a career as a stand-up comedian. When it comes to investment writing, he sets the standard that we would all like to follow. Sometimes right of Genghis Khan and other times left of Bob Crow, his words never fail to say it as it is with authority, integrity and lots of humour. A daily MUST READ full of Investment Viagra!!!!”


Tom believes passionately in a Small State and in civil liberties. He is almost as passionate about West Ham, cooking and cats but at least one of those three has left him a perennial pessimist.


Having set up, bought and sold a number of businesses since 2012 when he found himself worth minus £200,000, Tom now lives in restored farms in either Greece or Wales and is working towards an early retirement as a goat and olive farmer.

About Tom Winnifrith
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Tom Winnifrith is the editor of TomWinnifrith.com. When he is not harvesting olives in Greece, he is (planning to) raise goats in Wales.
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