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It was 24 months ago last week but looking forward is far more fun!

Tom Winnifrith
Monday 26 May 2014

This morning www.TomWinnifrith.com went down. Uh oh…apologies all round, we forgot to renew the domain name! Apologies for that, we are two years old today. It is a week of anniversaries and look backs. On 18th May I “parted company” with Rivington, the company I founded as an employee. Rivington said that it had issued me a 24 month rolling contract as an advisor to t1ps. That was of course not true and I was on my way.

And so two year ago today this domain name was registered and the first article appeared here a few days later.

That’s enough on looking back. Today the 36th writer to appear on www.Shareprophets.com made his explosive debut – welcome to an old friend Dru Edmonstone HERE. Tomorrow I know that I can enjoy a family half term day and that Steve Moore – who has worked alongside me since he left University – can also have a day off and all is in safe hands. Ben Turney and Darren Atwater will mind the ship and I need not worry.

Next week we hire another full time staff member for our websites as they move into becoming a proper operation and we hope for more exciting news on UK Investor Show 2015.

Above all writing has never been more enjoyable and never has my material been so widely read before. “The Maverick Tipster” has become “The Sheriff of AIM” and life’s a ball.

There is ever more to look forward to. Thank you, as ever, for continuing to read my articles and to all of those who have chosen to work alongside me.

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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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