Friday January 30, 2015
Weekly Postcard #97 - 70 years on the lessons of Auschwitz
Am I hexing West Ham? Bristol City on Sunday
Punching the air at Real Man Pizza – now we go on the attack for free speech & great food

PERSONAL, UNDILUTED VIEWS FROM TOM WINNIFRITH

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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast 28 January

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I am in full flow today! I start with Kevin Ashton and why you should all buy a ticket for UK INvestor Show on April 18 NOW (HERE) and give thus guy a standing ovation. He is a total 100% hero. I then move onto Gowin New, and then to Mosman en passant (more detail HERE) and then to Bagir ( what i a "good" company, hint - not bagir, and why), Sopheon, TXO and Golden Saint Resources. There is a bit of a discussion about the lack of AIM Regulation and ZAI Corporate Finance.

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Rangers International Football Club plc - Is it breaching the Companies Act? Is its Nomad a cretin or worse?

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Rangers (RFC) has announced agreements with SportsDirect for the provision of a £5 million credit facility, with a further £5 million available “subject to due diligence by SportsDirect prior to drawn down”. However, with the company having admitted to “a number of options”, the deal now announced has been criticised as not being in the company’s best interests… We really question whether it breaches section 994 of the 2006 Companies Act. We shall be contacting AIM Regulation asking for a formal investigation. Since they are chocolate teapots, we will also be contacting the Scottish FA asking it to launch a formal probe as it appears a watchdog with some teeth.

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Mosman Oil & Gas – are the Kangaroo shagging rampers insolvent yet?

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Aussie based AIM casino listed Mosman Oil & Gas (MSMN) shares were at one stage last year ramped up to 45p on the back of some fairly “aggressive” claims about drilling success. They are now just 4.875p after interim results beg the question of whether this business is insolvent yet? 

The Nomad who signed off on the preposterous claims made by Mosman last year is ZAI Corporate Finance which normally specialises in backing China frauds like Naibu (NBU) but I guess it also has time for Mosman.

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Tom Winnifrith BearCast - Disagreeing strongly with Chris Oil & Malcolm Stacey

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This website is about debate. You can respect or even like your colleagues and I am a massive admirer of Malcolm Stacey for the record. But you have to tell your friends when they are wrong. The way that Chris Oil looks at Flybe (HERE) is wrong and comrade Malcolm's comments on Greece and the Euro today (HERE) are wrong at every single level. I explain why in this podcast.

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Life’s little ironies…hard not to smile as the excitement at Real Man mounts

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When I parted company with t1ps the pathetic wretch put in charge  - Mr Richard “Gollum” Gill  -sent a letter to its then 3000+ subscribers blaming me for everything and saying “new management was turning it around”. That was 30 months ago. At the same time I bought from Rivington – the owner of t1ps – the Real Man Restaurant in an open auction. It was losing £8,000 a month and was viewed as a basket case. 

Wind forward 30 months. T1ps has lost 95% of its readers and was last weekend shut down. So much for the turn around. 

Meanwhile Real Man

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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast - Afren: The lessons you can learn for ALL your investments

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I covered Afren and where its shares are heading (down) in the earlier Bearcast HERE. Now to move on and I look at the lessons you can learn from this omnishambles for all of your investments, lessons about debt, cashflow, capex and more.

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Today is World Holocaust day, It is 70 years on – Never Again: spare a couple of minutes for thought

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There is a candle burning in my house today as we think about what World Holocaust Day means to us. For today is the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz. I spent some of the weekend discussing what happened there with my daughter and the issues it raises for all of us today as we confront an alarming increase in anti-semitism but also the demonization of those following another religion, Islam.

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Tom Winnifrith BearCast 27 January

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In today's podcast I look at Afren and the next Afren (Igas) and also at Tern and a zillion reasons to sell its shares. I have some pressing questions for Nyota Minerals and look at Quindell and comment on the great news about Kevin Ashton and the UK Investor Show. And I chat about Ocean Wilsons, Mark Slater and the perils of small cap investing.

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Why does the West Wing inspire me?

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The box set was my Christmas present to the Mrs. As she is a deluded lefty you would expect her to empathise with a hopelessly liberal White House. As you might have gathered I have no time for the Jed Bartlett administration. They want to spend so much of other folks cash on daft projects, I want to tear my hair out.

Ainsley Hayes – now she is my sort of woman. I can’t wait for the appearance of Arnie Vinnick. For now I have to tolerate Jed and his team. But I cannot help it, I come away from an episode and am inspired by them. Tonight Leo and Toby agree that the battle for re-election has begun (we are on series 2). Jeepers I hope they lose and lose badly. Yet I don’t. I know it is not good for America or a free world but.. heck I want them to win (and know they do anyway). They inspire me.

Is this because the Mrs is leading me astray? No. Or perhaps other conservatives feel the same way? It is all rather confusing.

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BREAKING: New UK Investor speaker announced: Kevin Ashton of Quindell fame

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Kevin Ashton was the analyst at Canaccord tasked with covering Quindell. When he handed in a note refusing to say buy or set a price target Rob Terry told Canaccord it would be fired as joint broker if it published it. So Ashston was fired. He is a feared analyst with a forensic mind and great integrity and he will now be speaking at the UK Investor show on April 18.

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