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Small time entrepreneur and serial investor. Started in Corporate Finance, now run 4 entertainment venues called Glee Clubs.

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Morning!, Can I suggest £CCY today? interims out SP down a little. I hold! Looking forward to Boohoo.Com (LON:BOO) 0 where I bought just recently, thinking I had a good entry point! I too will be at Mello - looking forward to your sessions tomorrow Paul although I'm going to struggle to make the 9am one!

What an epic introduction Paul. Good on you. What toories you have to tell - have you ever thought about writing a book? Can I suggest the 35% fall in Proactis Holdings (LON:PHD) for comment/discussion? It was on a watchlist of mine and has duly crashed through it (121p, down 36% as at 9.50). My old notes say weak balance sheet (interims today say the…

Just to say thank you Paul and I'm looking forward to your take on Sprue Aegis (LON:SPRP) (I hold). And hearing you at Mello Derby! I've been a firm Sprue Aegis (LON:SPRP) follower/holder for years but patience now running thin. My question (everyone, feel free...) - why announce draw down £3m of a £7m facility? I thought the company had at least £10m of net…

Re Sprue Aegis (LON:SPRP), i wonder if this could be a bizarre attempt to drive down the valuation, and then bid - remember BRK's parent tried and failed in a bid that became hostile a while back. Highly opportunistic at the time, the acceptances came to virtually nothing, but it did galvanise the company, which moved from OFEX to AIM, prompting a major revaluation of…

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