Friday November 21, 2014
Off to Ireland for the Weekend – Ballymaloe beckons
The Sacrifice I have made for West Ham and its inspired manager Fat Sam Allardyce
Video postcard #87 – Our relations with the UK Muslim community – tolerance needed but also honesty

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Louise Cooper, an investment prostitute and deceiver of investors - a TW hatchet podcast special

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Louise Cooper of tipsTV decided to have a pop at me in this week's Spectator. Well you silly bitch you have no idea how nasty I can be. I defend myself but go on to show why those in glass houses should not throw stones as I reveal the sordid truth behind her work alongside Zak Mir as an investment prostitute and deceiver of investors at tipsTV in a podcast special. Next time Louise, Sweetie, try to take a cheap shot at someone who deserves it and at someone who is not afraid to fight back. I call this one game, set and match for the Sheriff.

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Tom Winnifrith's BearCast for 7 November

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I have only just driven across Ireland and arrived at Ballymaloe to record this but there is plenty to discuss in this hard hitting podcast. Oh yes it is very hard hitting indeed. On the agenda: Quindell (end game) and Cenkos (lies), Coms ( a bombshell revealed), Radiant Growth, China frauds and Daniel Stewart, Sefton, APR Energy (political risk generally) and African Minerals (vindication and 0p on the cards). Ouch, its stinging all round.

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Video Postcard #89 - The Real Man Christmas party & back to the Greek Hovel Edition

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On Monday I head off to London for the 3rd Real Man Christmas party. I reflect upon those who attended two years ago and how the list has grown. And then I am off to Greece to return to the Greek Hovel and I think about my hopes, my concerns, my worries and my excitement about that trip: snakes, motorbikes, the lovely Eleni and all that lies in Kambos.

In my weekly financial video postcard I forgive the Quindell shareholders who have threatened and abused me during the past six months. They have my sympathies as they face wipeout and I have a few words of advice, even for the folks who sent me death threats. That video can be watched HERE

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Video Postcard #88 - Peace & Reconciliation in Northern Ireland Edition

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I am just back from Eire and wayching the UTV news on Friday night the ghastly old muderer Martin McGuinness appeared demanding that he have his cake and eat it with regard to reconciliation in Northern Ireland. This is the theme of this week's video postcard.

On my financial video postcard I again accuse Rob Terry and Quindell of being liars and frauds and invite them to sue me for libel. That video can be watched HERE

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Making the Real Man Christmas Puddings 2014 – a picture gallery

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And it is done. The 2014 Christmas puddings have been prepared and steamed and now sit in a dark room awaiting their fate. It might seem a bit early but while most of these puddings are for the restaurant others have to travel. Three head off to Canada for a family gathering of pizza hardman Darren Atwater, four head off to Greece with me for Susan Shimmin at The Real Mani but also for lovely Eleni at Kourounis tavern, for Foti the Albanian and for my neighbours at the Greek Hovel in Kambos for our post olive harvest meal. A few are earmarked for gifts.

But the rest will be served at Real Man either as Christmas pudding on our Christmas menu HERE or as Christmas pudding Calzone – a festive desert pizza. It sounds odd but it tastes great!

As is now a ritual Darren and I made the puddings and then all staff members on duty had a stir and made a wish – five pictures five wishes: 

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Dear AIM Regulation...as per our Quindell Conversation earlier (a BearCast Special)

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I enjoyed another good chat with my pals at AIM Regulation today regarding Quenron (QPP). I know they enjoyed the earlier explosive Bearcast on Quindell and so for them and for the FCA here is a little recap of what we discussed. Dear AIM Regulation, I remain your obedient servant, Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM.

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Picture Article: And so here is the fig chutney 2014

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The leaves are now turning yellow on the fig tree that dominates our garden in Bristol. We have a fig tree in Greece too at the Greek Hovel and it was yielding fruit in the summer that was ripe and wonderful. The UK offering has been a little bit less ripe but I was determined not to get it go to waste and so as a family treat we harvested some of the figs and …hey presto we have a perfect fig chutney.

Three smaller pots have already been handed out as presents and the Mrs and I are working our way through a large pot at home. I reckon it might just last until Christmas.

My only regret is that I did not start this earlier and make more chutney on an industrial scale. The figs start dropping in early September and a good number now lie squashed on the paving. As the leaves fall from the tree I can see another batch of fruit that was hitherto hidden and looks pretty perfect for use.

As ever I shall resolve to be more organised next year and make twice as much. Sadly, with such small volumes produced this year, this product is not available at Real Man Pizza Company although it would be fantastic with our Yarg led cheese board. Maybe in 2015.

When I was kid, autumn was a time for boiling and preserving on an industrial scale. The aspiration of my parents – mainly my mother

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Premaitha - good AGM statement: Buy

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Premaitha Health (NIPT) has updated investors attending its AGM that it believes its lead product “remains on target to be the first regulated CE marked ‘in vitro’ diagnostic product in the rapidly growing market for non-invasive prenatal screening”.

This is with development and launch preparations on schedule, with the test having performed well in verification studies and the company having received positive feedback on its quality systems and regulatory strategy. It is noted that “recruitment of commercialisation and technical support teams is ongoing” and that the company has presented the test at a number of conferences – with positive private and public body interest in the product from the UK, Europe, Asia and Australasia.

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Chateau Brislington 2014 takes shape

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One of the attractions of the house the Mrs bought in a Bristol suburb last Christmas is its almost Mediterranean – if small – garden. It sits wedged between the house and my office, aka a large abandoned garage which is now starting to get a bit nippy. On that matter, I remind my rentier landlord (aka the Mrs) that she has yet to provide her exploited tenant (me) with the heating she promised. Truly, the deluded lefty has become a wicked capitalist exploiter. I digress.

The garden came with a lovely rhubarb plant, a fig tree but its main produce is grapes from the vines that snakes around the edge and onto anything it can find to climb along.  And so the grapes were, some weeks, ago harvested by myself the Mrs and some of her deluded lefty mates.

How many deluded lefties does it take to harvest a vine? Five (plus myself who was let off grape picking as I was chief cook for the evening.). Of the five, that would be one to play the guitar, two to complain about Thatcher and austerity and the other two to pick the grapes.

The grapes were crushed (not with bare feet it is too bloody cold for that) and left to ferment ad then strained and now sit in two demi-johns. You will note that they are marginally different colours. I cannot remember which is which but one is the top liquid, the second was liquid plus a lot of strained grape material. It matters little. The initial tasting was “interesting”. Bottling takes place shortly and Chateau Brislington should – in theory – be drinkable by next spring. In practise…I have my doubts.

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BearCast Special on Quindell – Rob Terry’s stock is all being sold he is not a net buyer – Equity First Explained

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You folks all think Rob Terry, Larry Moorse and Steve Scott are buying Quindell shares. WRONG! Their net positions are going down and going down fast. This is End Game. This is the rats getting out with what they can before the balloon goes up while you guys think they are buying. It is probably legal but this is not what it seems.

I have been approached by an AIM CEO and also by a fund manager both familiar with how this works and thanks to those men, who now walk down the avenue of the righteous, this is crystal clear. The MO of Equity First Holdings LLCand its background is not in doubt. I suggest a little bit of further reader for those in doubt:

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