Friday October 31, 2014
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The deaths of my mother and aunt

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Meet Jinnie the Witch all day on Friday 31st at Real Man Pizza in Clerkenwell

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For tomorrow at the Real Man Pizza Company it is not Halloween but Hop-tu-naa, the Celtic New Year which on October 31st is celebrated all over the Isle of Man but also at the Manx restaurant outpost in Clerkenwell, the Real Man Pizza Company.

Back in the Isle of Man the kids will be going round houses asking for sweets but this is not the American import of trick or treat this is a very Manx Tradition. The kids, some of whom might still carry lanterns made of what the Manx call turnips but what you might call a Swede, knock on your door and sing:

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Mr Noone says buy Quindell with a 655p target because he is paid to write bollocks

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In the interests of balance I bring you a buy note on Quindell (QPP) today. “Analyst” A. Noone at commissioned researcher GECR reckons that the shares are a buy (no change of stance) with a 655p target. He is of course talking utter bollocks. Commissioned research means that the company pays for the hogwash so oddly enough the note does not tackle issues of accounting fraud, lying to investors, how the Q3 cashflow and cash numbers were “bodged” etc.  To quote the UK’s top share blogger Paul Scott: 

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A slice of dumb cake at Real Man?

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It is another Hop-tu-naa tradition. You really do not want to know what is in Dumb cake or Soddag Valloo, to give it its Manx name. Oh, okay then.

Eggs, egg shells, flour, water, soot and salt. Yum Yum. In olden days just before going to bread on Hop-to-naa folks would divide up the cake, eat in silence (hence dumb), and walk backwards to bed. There young women would see in a dream their future husbands who would bring them a glass of water.

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Tom Winnifrith's BearCast (with a sore head) - 28 October

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I blame Amanda van Dyke and Real Man manager Maribelle for leading me badly astray last night and I am not at my sharpest. Struggling on, today's bearcast covers Concha, Castleton, Verdes Asset management, Quenron, AIM Regulaton and the FCA.

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Tom Winnifrith video on the Westminster Group Ebola appeal from last night

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Before last night's four presentations at the ShareProphets Seminar - videos of which will appear later - I made a few comments about the Westminster Group (WSG) ebola appeal. All this week - Hop-tu-naa week - at Real Man Pizza in Clerkenwell we will be donating 20p per pizza sold to the appeal and I hope that others will chip in. Details of the appeal can be found HERE

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Why ShareProphets turned cash away – we have ethics and Pacific Tycoon is a con

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Last week a blameless salesman at ADVFN booked a marketing solus for us for Pacific Tycoon. The Asian scammers were prepared to pay great money so we would have a big payday on it. But when I learned about this I told our partners at ADVFN that if that mailing was sent to our readers I would resign. And so it was pulled. However much money we are offered we will not expose you to folks who are just out and out criminals.

I note that a poster on this site has commented on a previous article about Pacific thus:

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Tom Winnifrith's BearCast 27th October - CEOs on AIM stealing money edition

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In a wide ranging podcast today I start by revealing that I am trying to nail 3 former AIM CEOs who simply stole money from their company's. More on that later. I also cover Touchstone Gold, Synectics, Range Resources, Concha, Westminster Group and more.

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Semi naked Quindell shareholder and contractor Kate Caption Contest

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One of the more surprising tweets I received last week was from a lady in the grim north called Kate  (@modelsforkate) who had for some time been a self-confessed Quindell (QPP) shareholder and did not like what I was writing so took nearly all her clothes off in protest and send out a tweet inviting me to “kiss her ass”. Whatever. It has subsequently emerged that Kate’s enthusiasm for Quenron might be influenced by the fact that she earns fat fees sending clients to its ambulance chasing whiplash and industrial deafness centres. But let’s still give Kate a platform. As such I bring you her selfie and invite you to post suitable captions below. Deadline midnight tonight?

For what it is worth my entries are:

“facing yet another margin call one Quenron shareholder is forced to pawn her entire wardrobe”

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“How do you like my new clothes, this is the ball dress and is called the 2+2 can =5 empress range”

Or

“One of the better lookers of the thousands of folk who have been screwed by Rob Terry”

Over to you, let rip in the comments section below.

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