EPIC code: AAA

Report Back on ShareProphets Seminar: Premaitha, Fox Marble, AAA and myself on Quindell

By Tom Winnifrith 5 hours ago

Contrary to suggestions made here and elsewhere by some of my greatest admirers, the first ShareProphets seminar was packed out with just over 50 folks gathering in Clerkenwell on Monday and – I think – having a good time. The next seminar is on Monday October 13 and you can ensure you get priority booking by registering HERE.

EPIC code: QPP

hot Quindell – No Nuclear Hand Grenade, but there is the TMC nuclear land-mine and more, it is when not if Quenron blows up…

By Tom Winnifrith 5 hours ago

I am afraid that my lead hit a dead end so there is no nuclear hand grenade for Quindell (QPP). Yet. However ….

EPIC code: SGI

Stanley Gibbons buys Mallett, you should buy Gibbons

By Tom Winnifrith 5 hours ago

Stanley Gibbons (SGI) has announced a recommended £8.6 million (60p per share) cash offer for Mallett plc (MAE) - one of the oldest established antique dealers in the world, specialising in furniture and works of art and with interests also in restoration. Gibbons sees the move as “furthering its ambition to become a global auction house for collectibles” and considers it “a logical and affordable next step for us to acquire a valuable brand and relevant assets. The Mallett business will expand Stanley Gibbons's expertise into an adjacent collectibles area, drive significant cross-selling opportunities across the combined businesses and build a stronger auction platform in the collectibles marketplace”.

Amanda-Van-Dyke

How bearish can we be on mining stocks – the world’s No 1 analyst Roger Bade warns things will get worse

By Tom Winnifrith 6 hours ago

The world’s No 1 mining analyst Roger Bade of Whitman Howard has produced his quarterly review and while there are a few new buy ideas, such as Amara (AMA), on the whole his tone is as bearish as ever. Anyone who says how some mining juniors should be “viewed with contempt” is a top man. Although Mr Bade’s less than complimentary words about the quite excellent Women in Mining organisation run by mining guru Amanda Van Dyke (pictured left since she is a tad more photogenic than Mr Bade) have “been noted”.  Naughty. The review makes for sobering reading for anyone still investing in this sector. Mr Bade writes: 

Buffett

What can you Learn from The Intelligent Investor?

By Mark Howitt 6 hours ago

The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham is possibly the most famous investment book of all time. Warren Buffet says “I read the first edition of this book early in 1950, when I was nineteen. I thought then it was by far the best book about investing ever written. I still think it is.”

Gold

Bearish Gold Sentiment Sets in with Better U.S. Labour Market and Gold ETP Outflow

By Ross Norman of Sharps Pixley 6 hours ago

The U.S. Comex gold futures fell 5.91% during September and 8.43% in Q3. The monthly loss was the worst since June 2013. Year-to-date, the gold futures have risen just about 0.70%. On the contrary, the Dollar Index jumped 3.85% in September and 7.72% in Q3, the largest quarterly rise since Q3 in 2008. The S&P 500 Index has dropped almost two percent since reaching an intra-day peak of 2,019 on 19 September.

EPIC code: TRIN

hot Trinity Exploration & Production looks cheap when compared to its peers

By Gary Newman 7 hours ago

Trinidad and Tobago focused oil companies are popular with private investors, but it looks like many are missing the value in one of those. Trinity Exploration and Production (TRIN) looks very undervalued when compared to its peers, with a market cap currently around £55 million. 

EPIC code: BLNX

hot blinkx – another (lack of) profits warning & forward guidance baloney

By Steve Moore 7 hours ago

Having consistently warned on the dangers of the valuation of blinkx plc (BLNX) since the shares were 93p in April 2013 – previously updating last month that at 43p precious little forward visibility meant being long continued to look more speculation than investment – the following updates on a further profit warning today which has sent the shares down to around 30p.

EPIC code: DAN

hot Daniel Stewart – what a total joke: shares suspended

By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM 8 hours ago

Daniel Stewart (DAN) earns its living as a Nomad and broker to AIM listed stocks. That is to say it charges fat fees for advising them on how to play by the AIM rules, for listing them and for raising money for them. It has no standards so was responsible for bringing Quindell (QPP) to the Casino and also acts as Nomad to China fraud Naibu (NBU) and tried to float China fraud Fraspens in August but seems to have failed. Today Daniel Stewart’s shares have been suspended.

Bull

Practical Tips you can Take From One Up on Wall Street Part Seven

By Mark Howitt 9 hours ago

Alright then, we’re onto part seven of the series aboiut the investment classic One Up On Wall Street. This may well be the last part, at least for now, as I have quite a few companies that I want to write about. Here Lynch talks about “Spreading it around” in terms of what investments you buy.

Bull

Go Man Go as Growth Gallops Yet Again.

By Malcolm Stacey 10 hours ago

Hello Share Shakers. I was one of the few saying that growth would go on rising faster than expected in the UK. I started about a year ago when it was clear that GDP was on the mend finally – after the nasty credit crunch of 2007-8.

Bull

hot How to buy AIM shares and get massive tax breaks

By ShareProphets 1 day ago

Get the first ShareProphets Pocket Guide ebook, EIS - Buying shares with numerous tax breaks. Want to cut your income tax bill, get loss relief if your AIM listed shares go down, pay no CGT, avoid IHT - EIS could be the way and this book explains how

EPIC code: UKOG

hot Horse Hill we expect another RNS as soon as tomorrow as first potential oil zone entered

By HotStockRockets 1 day ago

Yesterday morning the six Horse Hill participants, put out an RNS which the market read wrongly and marked the shares down. We sense some people were expecting an announcement that oil had been found. We also sense that they won’t be waiting long.

EPIC code: SNAK

SnackTime plc – unaudited results dire, shares suspended, what next?

By Steve Moore 1 day ago

Shares in UK vending company SnackTime plc (SNAK) have today been suspended from trading as the company has been unable to publish its report & accounts for the year ended 31st March 2014 within 6 months of the year end. This is because, with refinancing negotiations not yet concluded, “the company's auditors have not yet been able to provide a clean audit opinion on the company's financial statements”. The following updates on unaudited results which the company’s Chairman has “pleasure in presenting”, but which shareholders are unlikely to enjoy reading.

EPIC code: AMI

hot African Minerals – Target Price 0p says Evil Knievil

By Tom Winnifrith 1 day ago

I have made it clear that I believe that even without an escalation of Ebola, the balance sheet weakness of African Minerals (AMI), the debt laden POS AIM Casino listed miner founded by convicted heroin dealer Frank Timis, will be its undoing. Today the company tried to put the best possible spin on pretty dismal interim results.

EPIC code: RRL

hot Range Resources; the shocking tale of its lost millions

By Ben Turney 1 day ago

Today’s epic disaster of an annual report from Range Resources (RRL) cannot have come as a shock to anyone. Worse is still to come. By any stretch of the imagination Range is vastly overvalued. At 1.07p (last seen), Range is valued at £53.4million. The company has just announced a $102.5million loss, has never been able to cover its costs, has substantially written down the value of its “assets” and has just been forced to borrow another $15million (what happened to the “game-changing” LandOcean deal?!). To top it all off Chief Executive Rory Scott Russell made the hugely embarrassing  admission the company is “unlikely to meet [his] previously stated target of an exit rate of 1,000 barrels of oil a day by the end of 2014”. Apparently Mr Scott Russell is now confident of achieving this goal in H1 of 2015. Given the steaming mountain of manure he has had to shovel his way through since he took charge of Range in February, perhaps Mr Scott Russell has earned a little leeway in hitting his production target. This doesn’t change Range’s overvaluation problem. Nor does it solve the cash flow problems. Nor does it answer a far more relevant question. Just what has happened to all of Range’s money?

EPIC code: QPP

Practical Tips you can Take From One Up on Wall Street Part Six

By Mark Howitt 1 day ago

Although it’s given a fairly brief place in One Up on Wall Street, Peter Lynch’s attitude to shorting shares is interesting. Now I have to say that I have never shorted a share in my life, but I know plenty of people who have made good money out of it. I’ve read the recent Quindell (QPP) articles with interest for example. At the end of the day, all money made is good for a share investor, but it’s still interesting to hear Lynch’s perspective.

EPIC code: KLG

Kalimantan hails maiden resource

By Robert Tyerman 1 day ago

Faldi Ismael, chief executive officer of Kalimantan Gold (KLG) says the company can now give prospective ‘partners and shareholders confirmation of the potential’ of its Beruang Kanan (BKM) project in the centre of the Indonesian island of Kalimantan (formerly Borneo) following delivery of a maiden inferred resource for the project. This suggests BKM’s main mineralised zone could hold some 4.7 million tonnes with an average of 0.6 per cent copper, for a potential resource of nearly 622 million lbs of copper.

EPIC code: NXT

Next is a buy

By Robert Sutherland Smith 1 day ago

Last week I had a deco at Next (NXT) shares, noting that the share price had weakened somewhat. The share price then was 6,905p and arguably the share looked as though it had found some linear trend support. But something stayed my hand. Was it the god of markets placing a forbidding index finger on my shoulder? More probably it was the rating the market had given the shares. On consensus estimates for the current year to January 2015 the share at 6,905p was on a prospective PER of nearly 17 times. Next is a remarkably successful company and deserves its premium but even so……? 

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hot How to buy AIM shares and get massive tax breaks

By ShareProphets 1 day ago

Get the first ShareProphets Pocket Guide ebook, EIS - Buying shares with numerous tax breaks. Want to cut your income tax bill, get loss relief if your AIM listed shares go down, pay no CGT, avoid IHT - EIS could be the way and this book explains how

EPIC code: UKOG

hot Horse Hill we expect another RNS as soon as tomorrow as first potential oil zone entered

By HotStockRockets 1 day ago

Yesterday morning the six Horse Hill participants, put out an RNS which the market read wrongly and marked the shares down. We sense some people were expecting an announcement that oil had been found. We also sense that they won’t be waiting long.

EPIC code: AAA

Report Back on ShareProphets Seminar: Premaitha, Fox Marble, AAA and myself on Quindell

By Tom Winnifrith 5 hours ago

Contrary to suggestions made here and elsewhere by some of my greatest admirers, the first ShareProphets seminar was packed out with just over 50 folks gathering in Clerkenwell on Monday and – I think – having a good time. The next seminar is on Monday October 13 and you can ensure you get priority booking by registering HERE.

EPIC code: RRL

hot Range Resources; the shocking tale of its lost millions

By Ben Turney 1 day ago

Today’s epic disaster of an annual report from Range Resources (RRL) cannot have come as a shock to anyone. Worse is still to come. By any stretch of the imagination Range is vastly overvalued. At 1.07p (last seen), Range is valued at £53.4million. The company has just announced a $102.5million loss, has never been able to cover its costs, has substantially written down the value of its “assets” and has just been forced to borrow another $15million (what happened to the “game-changing” LandOcean deal?!). To top it all off Chief Executive Rory Scott Russell made the hugely embarrassing  admission the company is “unlikely to meet [his] previously stated target of an exit rate of 1,000 barrels of oil a day by the end of 2014”. Apparently Mr Scott Russell is now confident of achieving this goal in H1 of 2015. Given the steaming mountain of manure he has had to shovel his way through since he took charge of Range in February, perhaps Mr Scott Russell has earned a little leeway in hitting his production target. This doesn’t change Range’s overvaluation problem. Nor does it solve the cash flow problems. Nor does it answer a far more relevant question. Just what has happened to all of Range’s money?

EPIC code: DAN

hot Daniel Stewart – what a total joke: shares suspended

By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM 8 hours ago

Daniel Stewart (DAN) earns its living as a Nomad and broker to AIM listed stocks. That is to say it charges fat fees for advising them on how to play by the AIM rules, for listing them and for raising money for them. It has no standards so was responsible for bringing Quindell (QPP) to the Casino and also acts as Nomad to China fraud Naibu (NBU) and tried to float China fraud Fraspens in August but seems to have failed. Today Daniel Stewart’s shares have been suspended.

EPIC code: QPP

hot Quindell – No Nuclear Hand Grenade, but there is the TMC nuclear land-mine and more, it is when not if Quenron blows up…

By Tom Winnifrith 5 hours ago

I am afraid that my lead hit a dead end so there is no nuclear hand grenade for Quindell (QPP). Yet. However ….

EPIC code: QPP

Practical Tips you can Take From One Up on Wall Street Part Six

By Mark Howitt 1 day ago

Although it’s given a fairly brief place in One Up on Wall Street, Peter Lynch’s attitude to shorting shares is interesting. Now I have to say that I have never shorted a share in my life, but I know plenty of people who have made good money out of it. I’ve read the recent Quindell (QPP) articles with interest for example. At the end of the day, all money made is good for a share investor, but it’s still interesting to hear Lynch’s perspective.

EPIC code: AMI

hot African Minerals – Target Price 0p says Evil Knievil

By Tom Winnifrith 1 day ago

I have made it clear that I believe that even without an escalation of Ebola, the balance sheet weakness of African Minerals (AMI), the debt laden POS AIM Casino listed miner founded by convicted heroin dealer Frank Timis, will be its undoing. Today the company tried to put the best possible spin on pretty dismal interim results.

Amanda-Van-Dyke

How bearish can we be on mining stocks – the world’s No 1 analyst Roger Bade warns things will get worse

By Tom Winnifrith 6 hours ago

The world’s No 1 mining analyst Roger Bade of Whitman Howard has produced his quarterly review and while there are a few new buy ideas, such as Amara (AMA), on the whole his tone is as bearish as ever. Anyone who says how some mining juniors should be “viewed with contempt” is a top man. Although Mr Bade’s less than complimentary words about the quite excellent Women in Mining organisation run by mining guru Amanda Van Dyke (pictured left since she is a tad more photogenic than Mr Bade) have “been noted”.  Naughty. The review makes for sobering reading for anyone still investing in this sector. Mr Bade writes: 

EPIC code: BLNX

hot blinkx – another (lack of) profits warning & forward guidance baloney

By Steve Moore 7 hours ago

Having consistently warned on the dangers of the valuation of blinkx plc (BLNX) since the shares were 93p in April 2013 – previously updating last month that at 43p precious little forward visibility meant being long continued to look more speculation than investment – the following updates on a further profit warning today which has sent the shares down to around 30p.

EPIC code: SNAK

SnackTime plc – unaudited results dire, shares suspended, what next?

By Steve Moore 1 day ago

Shares in UK vending company SnackTime plc (SNAK) have today been suspended from trading as the company has been unable to publish its report & accounts for the year ended 31st March 2014 within 6 months of the year end. This is because, with refinancing negotiations not yet concluded, “the company's auditors have not yet been able to provide a clean audit opinion on the company's financial statements”. The following updates on unaudited results which the company’s Chairman has “pleasure in presenting”, but which shareholders are unlikely to enjoy reading.

Malcolm

Keep an Eye on the Blues and Reds.

By Malcolm Stacey 1 day ago

Hello Share Funsters. You can’t easily tell on the day if a share will go up or down. Yes, it will probably rise with the tide of a Footsie that is going up or come down the same way. But that only really applies to giant or medium cap shares.

EPIC code: NXT

Next is a buy

By Robert Sutherland Smith 1 day ago

Last week I had a deco at Next (NXT) shares, noting that the share price had weakened somewhat. The share price then was 6,905p and arguably the share looked as though it had found some linear trend support. But something stayed my hand. Was it the god of markets placing a forbidding index finger on my shoulder? More probably it was the rating the market had given the shares. On consensus estimates for the current year to January 2015 the share at 6,905p was on a prospective PER of nearly 17 times. Next is a remarkably successful company and deserves its premium but even so……? 

EPIC code: HSBA

Practical Tips you can Take From One Up on Wall Street Part Five

By Mark Howitt 1 day ago

Peter Lynch’s ‘final checklist’ for selecting shares in One Up on Wall Street makes interesting reading. I’ll aim to pick out tips which haven’t been mentioned explicitly so far.

EPIC code: KLG

Kalimantan hails maiden resource

By Robert Tyerman 1 day ago

Faldi Ismael, chief executive officer of Kalimantan Gold (KLG) says the company can now give prospective ‘partners and shareholders confirmation of the potential’ of its Beruang Kanan (BKM) project in the centre of the Indonesian island of Kalimantan (formerly Borneo) following delivery of a maiden inferred resource for the project. This suggests BKM’s main mineralised zone could hold some 4.7 million tonnes with an average of 0.6 per cent copper, for a potential resource of nearly 622 million lbs of copper.

EPIC code: SGI

Stanley Gibbons buys Mallett, you should buy Gibbons

By Tom Winnifrith 5 hours ago

Stanley Gibbons (SGI) has announced a recommended £8.6 million (60p per share) cash offer for Mallett plc (MAE) - one of the oldest established antique dealers in the world, specialising in furniture and works of art and with interests also in restoration. Gibbons sees the move as “furthering its ambition to become a global auction house for collectibles” and considers it “a logical and affordable next step for us to acquire a valuable brand and relevant assets. The Mallett business will expand Stanley Gibbons's expertise into an adjacent collectibles area, drive significant cross-selling opportunities across the combined businesses and build a stronger auction platform in the collectibles marketplace”.

EPIC code: TRIN

hot Trinity Exploration & Production looks cheap when compared to its peers

By Gary Newman 7 hours ago

Trinidad and Tobago focused oil companies are popular with private investors, but it looks like many are missing the value in one of those. Trinity Exploration and Production (TRIN) looks very undervalued when compared to its peers, with a market cap currently around £55 million. 

Bull

Go Man Go as Growth Gallops Yet Again.

By Malcolm Stacey 10 hours ago

Hello Share Shakers. I was one of the few saying that growth would go on rising faster than expected in the UK. I started about a year ago when it was clear that GDP was on the mend finally – after the nasty credit crunch of 2007-8.

EPIC code: HVN

Harvey Nash Group - interim results, still a buy?

By Steve Moore 1 day ago

identified decent value in the shares of international recruitment and outsourcing services group Harvey Nash (HVN) with them trading at 70p last year. Following results for the six months ended 31st July 2014, does this remain the case at a current more than 104p?

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EPIC code: QPP

hot Quindell Owning Morons – I warn you about tonight

By Tom Winnifrith 2 days ago

There have been posts made on several Quenron (QPP) Bulletin Board threads from folks suggesting that they were planning to attend and disrupt tonight’s presentations in Clerkenwell or to have a go at me as I shall be speaking. Just a warning to any morons who are tempted.

EPIC code: QPP

hot Has Quindell Taken You to the Cleaners? Spot the Difference Competition

By Tom Winnifrith 5 days ago

Fascinated as I am as to where Quenron (QPP) got its logo, I am indebted to an American reader who has come up with another suggestion as to where Mr 2+2 can = 5 got his inspiration from. In our latest spot the difference competition, please simply post your entries in the comments section below. Deadline midnight tonight (Friday)

EPIC code: QPP

hot Quindell now at 136.5p – 75% off highs where next & a reminder of 8th August

By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM 5 days ago

Shares in Quenron (QPP) plunged last week to close last week at 136.5p. They are now more than 75% off their highs. Where do we go next? Down obviously. The question is when not if they hit 0p. And here’s why.

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A Labour Government Would be Terrible for British Shares

By Mark Howitt 6 days ago

Please note that this article is not meant to be an attack on any individual Labour supporter, but I believe the consequences of a Labour government for British shares would be terrible. Ed Miliband delighted the United Kingdom with his 65 minute speech yesterday. The word ‘together’ was used 51 times. I guess it sounds better than socialism.

EPIC code: QPP

hot Quindell – No Nuclear Hand Grenade, but there is the TMC nuclear land-mine and more, it is when not if Quenron blows up…

By Tom Winnifrith 5 hours ago

I am afraid that my lead hit a dead end so there is no nuclear hand grenade for Quindell (QPP). Yet. However ….

EPIC code: QPP

Quindell Bulletin Board Morons of the day: Nicky Name and dailylarma

By Tom Winnifrith 6 days ago

I have just been sent this exchange from two complete morons who are long and wrong on Quindell (QPP). As their wealth slips away they seem to think me stopping writing and/or beng executed will stop them facing financial oblivion. Fools. On two counts.

EPIC code: AAA

Report Back on ShareProphets Seminar: Premaitha, Fox Marble, AAA and myself on Quindell

By Tom Winnifrith 5 hours ago

Contrary to suggestions made here and elsewhere by some of my greatest admirers, the first ShareProphets seminar was packed out with just over 50 folks gathering in Clerkenwell on Monday and – I think – having a good time. The next seminar is on Monday October 13 and you can ensure you get priority booking by registering HERE.

EPIC code: QPP

hot Quindell – has it sold more shares in itself without telling us so?

By Tom Winnifrith 6 days ago

We know that as at June 30th 2014 Quindell (QPP) held 6.67 million shares which it had issued to itself to buy PT Healthcare in Treasury. One assumes that it did not deal in a closed period so they were still there as at August 22nd. Are they there now?

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hot Monday Caption Contest – Naibu, China Chaintek and Camkids Special

By Tom Winnifrith 2 days ago

Today Camkids (CAMK) has followed its fellow AIM casino Fujian shoe related China POS heroes Naibu (NBU) and China Chaintek (CTEK) in cutting their dividends despite claiming to be hugely cash generative and drowning in cash.  As such we bring you the Monday Caption Contest. Please post your captions in the comments section below:

EPIC code: AMI

hot Ebola, the tipping point & a question about African Minerals

By Tom Winnifrith 6 days ago

Eric Sprott is the best known name in resource investing. His latest comments are on the subject of Ebola and are utterly terrifying. They are a terrifying at a human level. If however you own shares in certain mining companies you should be double terrified. Yes, I hark back to African Minerals (AMI).

EPIC code: QPP

hot The Bulletin Board Moron Nightmare Portfolio – Moths & Flames

By Tom Winnifrith 6 days ago

I am indebted to reader DiscoStu for pointing out data from the LSE website showing what other stocks are held by investors in some of the companies I am less than kind about. It is sort of a Bulletin Board Moron nightmare portfolio. Why are these fools so attracted to POS stocks?

EPIC code: UKOG

hot Horse Hill we expect another RNS as soon as tomorrow as first potential oil zone entered

By HotStockRockets 1 day ago

Yesterday morning the six Horse Hill participants, put out an RNS which the market read wrongly and marked the shares down. We sense some people were expecting an announcement that oil had been found. We also sense that they won’t be waiting long.

EPIC code: SYM

Symphony Environmental – clear value

By Tom Winnifrith & Steve Moore 6 days ago

Symphony Environmental Technologies (SYM) has announced EBIT of £0.41 million, up from £0.21 million, for its core business in the first half of its current year to end 2014 and that it is “excited by the opportunities and markets that have been opened so far, and anticipate second half performance to at least match that of the first half with many opportunities expected to come to fruition during 2015”.

EPIC code: SBRY

Sainsbury’s is not Tesco!

By Mark Howitt 5 days ago

So the share prices of both Tesco (TSCO) and Sainsbury’s (SBRY) have been massacred lately. There are genuine reasons for Tesco being destroyed, such as its reason to slash the dividend by 75% and its ‘overstating’ of profits by £250 million. You could call that latter point fraud.

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hot Why Do Punters Love AIM so much? Mid-Caps are so much better...

By Edmund Shing 5 days ago

OK, so I am misleading you - in the title of this post, I ask the question "Why do punters love AIM so much?", when I know the answer. It is like lottery gambling, where you are hoping to strike it rich by unearthing a multi-bagger of an investment!

EPIC code: QPP

hot One man who has made money out of Quindell

By Tom Winnifrith 3 days ago

Yes you can make money out of Quindell (QPP). That Rob Terry with his seven figure salary and bonus and perks package is doing okay. But the ordinary man on the street can make money too. And here’s how:

EPIC code: QPP

hot Quindell – No Reason for the Share Price Movement: Bollocks & I refer you to 2002

By Tom Winnifrith 2 days ago

Quenron (QPP) has today sought to reassure investors that there is no reason for its shares to be collapsing. There is. I shall come to that in a second. But first, here is what the Quinnovation Group has to say:

EPIC code: RRL

hot Range Resources; the shocking tale of its lost millions

By Ben Turney 1 day ago

Today’s epic disaster of an annual report from Range Resources (RRL) cannot have come as a shock to anyone. Worse is still to come. By any stretch of the imagination Range is vastly overvalued. At 1.07p (last seen), Range is valued at £53.4million. The company has just announced a $102.5million loss, has never been able to cover its costs, has substantially written down the value of its “assets” and has just been forced to borrow another $15million (what happened to the “game-changing” LandOcean deal?!). To top it all off Chief Executive Rory Scott Russell made the hugely embarrassing  admission the company is “unlikely to meet [his] previously stated target of an exit rate of 1,000 barrels of oil a day by the end of 2014”. Apparently Mr Scott Russell is now confident of achieving this goal in H1 of 2015. Given the steaming mountain of manure he has had to shovel his way through since he took charge of Range in February, perhaps Mr Scott Russell has earned a little leeway in hitting his production target. This doesn’t change Range’s overvaluation problem. Nor does it solve the cash flow problems. Nor does it answer a far more relevant question. Just what has happened to all of Range’s money?

EPIC code: DAN

hot Daniel Stewart – what a total joke: shares suspended

By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM 8 hours ago

Daniel Stewart (DAN) earns its living as a Nomad and broker to AIM listed stocks. That is to say it charges fat fees for advising them on how to play by the AIM rules, for listing them and for raising money for them. It has no standards so was responsible for bringing Quindell (QPP) to the Casino and also acts as Nomad to China fraud Naibu (NBU) and tried to float China fraud Fraspens in August but seems to have failed. Today Daniel Stewart’s shares have been suspended.

EPIC code: DOR

Horse Hill update c/o twitter – I was fooled

By Tom Winnifrith 5 days ago

It seems an unusual way to keep investors informed but one of the Horse Hill runners and riders, Doriemus (DOR) has provided a drilling update by twitter. Oh no it hasn't. DoriemusPLC is not an official account - I was fooled. I apologise. The tweet reads:


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