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PERSONAL, UNDILUTED VIEWS FROM TOM WINNIFRITH

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I sit where Where Greek Independence began in 1821 as the country prepares to go bust

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In March 1821 the Greek war of independence began as the folk in the Mani launched an uprising against the accursed Turks. The Mani, where the Greek Hovel is situated, was always quasi independent anyway but its warlike folk started a fire that could not be supressed. The first major triumph was the storming of the Turk held fortress at Kalamata. No Maniots died but the entire Turkish garrison was slaughtered.

Right now I sit opposite that fortress, in Kalamata bus station having just purchased one more ouzo for the road, to Athens. Tomorrow

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My cunning travel plan to get back to Bristol - yes it involves ouzo

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The Mrs wants me back in Bristol by tomorrow afternoon and it is nice to be wanted. And so I embark on the journey back from the Greek hovel with a cunning plan given that there are only intermittent flights from Kalamata at this time of year.

First up, 

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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast - 4th June: farewell Greece

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My last bearcast from the Greek Hovel starts with the UK Oil & Gas and Horse Hill mob suspensions. Then onto Rosslyn Data and a warning for Charles Clark, but it is not about his career in porn. Then I look at the profits warning from Scicys and what it means for others and then a discussion about running open ended funds and the problems Dave Newton has at Heliium, this covers Coms, Verdes, Optibiotix and Gable.

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Buy IS Solutions

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Investment Case: Having reached more than 70p in March 2014, shares in IT systems integrator, IS Solutions (ISL) have fallen back to a current 60p offer price, capitalising the company at £21 million. The shares rose from 46p on the back of a December announcement of the successful conclusion of negotiations for “a major Analytics contract” and that “the business also has a number of exciting opportunities within its pipeline; this together with recent business wins and a number of projects coming back on stream bodes well for the future”, but are thus far little changed in 2015 having commenced the year at 54.25p. This looks to fail to reflect continuing positive progress and the shares are a buy.

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Sefton - a question that broker Cornhill might wish to answer?

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Sefton (SER) shares have fallen to just 0.13p to sell. How wise market abuser Chris Oil was to sell all his shares on 8 May at 0.37p as he tweeted out that folks should be buying. But in light of the collapseroonie I have a brief question for the company's broker Cornhill.

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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast - 3rd June: sweaty wreck edition

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A morning pouring poison on the frigana at the Greek Hovel leaves me a sweaty wreck. I have one more load to dump then some olive pruning and I'll call it quits. I'll do more in August. So for light relief in this podcast I explain exactly how an AIM listed China fraud works with reference to today's trading statement from Jiasen. Then it is onto serial business failure Piers Linney and his Outsourcery POS, Arria NLG and Kuala Ltd (well done Jim Mellon) then back to Ferrum Crescent.

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Polemos: Rogue alert - David Steinpreis is on board

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AIM dog Polemos (PLMO) - or should that be PMSL - is a cash shell formerly run by the great promoter Big Dave Lenigas but now run by his sidekick Donald Strang. Assuming its assets held for resale are realised at the half year 2014 book value it should still be sitting on cash and cash equivalents of c£200,000 but that probably only gives it to Christmas until it has to pass the hat around again.

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China fraud JQW - Chinese investors dumping shares illegally - why is Nomad Cairn NOT quitting

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Does Nomad Cairn have a shred of inegrity? If it does why has it not quit the JQW(JQW) account as yet again it has emerged today how Chinese investors have totally ignored AIM rules as they screw mug punters in the UK.

By way of background JQW is capitalised, at 10.25p, at £19.6 million. According to the Norfolk it generated a calendar 2014 profit after tax of £14 million and increased its cash position during 2014 by £5 million to £39 million. So why on earth would anyone be selling?

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