AIM

5 days ago

Octagonal interims & another fail for the worst FD on AIM and the worst Nomad in stab City

Just a few hours before voting to delist Octagonal (OCT) from the AIM Cesspit earlier this week, shareholders in the company were presented with unaudited interim results for the six months ended 30 September 2020. With AIM’s worst FD, Nilesh Jagatia, in charge and London’s worst Nomad, Roland “fatty” Cornish, signing off, you will not be shocked that there were a raft of howling schoolboy errors.

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7 days ago

Bidstack – The share price tells you that Stifel has an urgently needed bailout placing underway

Bidstack (BIDS) managed to ramp its shares up to 13p the other day thanks to the follow on from a trading statement which was long on ramp but short on critical detail. That AIM Regulation allowed a company with a history of deceiving investors to issue such bollocks is another mark of infamy on its already soiled record. After the pump, you know what comes next and it looks to be underway.

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8 days ago

Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Another day of shame for AIM and why Sosandar is just not for me anymore

Today I look at three companies. I start with Skinbiotherapeutics (SBTX) where I ask if it is better to travel than to arrive? Then it is onto Sarah Willingham, Allenby Capital, The Sunday Times and their collective shame in the disgraceful AIM IPO of car crash in waiting Nightcap (NGHT). Finally I look at Sosandar (SOS).

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8 days ago

Have you been screwed by Dragon Sarah Willingham today?

If you have invested in the IPO of her Nightcap (NGHT) company on AIM I suggest that you have been. This company could go bust by the summer and should never have been allowed on the Casino. What on earth have Nomad Allenby and AIM Regulation been smoking?

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10 days ago

Octagonal – the innumeracy of Nilesh Jagatia exposed and can it fund its promises?

Today’s RNS from Octagonal (OCTshows clearly that it tells lies and is thus run by a liar in John Gunn.  However it also suggests that its FD, AIM’s worst FD Nilesh Jagatia cannot do basic maths and that its promises of a dividend and share buy backs are reckless in the extreme. Ahead of a GM vote on delisting how can it be allowed to make such pledges?

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10 days ago

KERBOOM: Octagonal admits it told a massive lie via RNS and then tells another – how is boss John Gunn allowed to continue on AIM

Not only have Octagonal (OCT) and its boss John Gunn both been charged by the SEC with breaking Securities laws but both are now shown to have lied to investors in a madssive way via RNS. Today they admit to that crime and then lie again. How on earth AIM regulation think Gunn is fit to run not one but two AIM listed companies, Octagonal and Inspirit (INSP) defies belief.

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15 days ago

GCM Resources – the end or the beginning of the end or perhaps neither

Gary Newman got much grief in times gone by for warning folks about this dog. Today, I imagine he will be enjoying extra ouzo with his fishcakes as the shares were suspended from AIM as the one month notice period of, now, former Nomad Strand Hanson came to a close. But what next?

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16 days ago

Great Western Mining – the case of the dog that barked in the night.

The mystery of that dog is that there was no barking. The mystery of today’s mega spoof from Great Western Mining (GWMO) a long term hound from the AIM kennels, is what the company does NOT say, rather than what it does say. The omissions are critical.

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24 days ago

Octagonal - the tiny auditor big red flag

Facing SEC charges which will destroy its core business and should wipe out its balance sheet John Gunn’s Octagonal (OCT) is toast. But were there warning signs. Is the Pope a frigging Catholic? This site warned you time and time again about this company and also Gunn’s other AIM hound Inspirit (INSP) which is surely also a zero now.

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24 days ago

Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: The worst piece of financial journalism of 2020: Donna Ferguson blows off Piers Linney in the Mail on Sunday

I discuss both the article which you can see below which really is the worst piece of financial journalism seen this year. It does bring me to why celebrity endorsed investments are so often utter stinkers, looking back at those backed by David Beckham, Fergie, Linney himself, Fergie and at the NightCap AIM IPO driven by ghastly Sarah Willingham with no conflicts of interest at all!

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