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BIRD Blackbird Plc

5.60
0.00 (0.00%)
18 Apr 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Blackbird Plc LSE:BIRD London Ordinary Share GB0004740477 ORD 0.8P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 5.60 27,191 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
5.20 6.00 5.60 5.60 5.60
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Computer Programming Service 2.85M -1.92M -0.0050 -11.20 21.68M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:13:48 O 5,191 5.38 GBX

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Posted at 18/4/2024 09:20 by Blackbird Daily Update
Blackbird Plc is listed in the Computer Programming Service sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BIRD. The last closing price for Blackbird was 5.60p.
Blackbird currently has 387,077,188 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Blackbird is £21,676,323.
Blackbird has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -11.20.
This morning BIRD shares opened at 5.60p
Posted at 16/4/2024 20:09 by salmon9
Ortegaworm, Chriscallen, NickB

Ortegaworm, your beatifully crafted presentation of what is going on and what is going to happen is spot on.
Chriscallen your comparison with Microsoft is amazing in proving the point that valuations can change massively.
NickB your observations regarding what elevate.io is developing are so helpful and positive.

The pessimists, in my opinion are stuck with looking at the toes of their boots, which means they have no concept of what the horizon looks like.

The share price is currently locked in a financial deep freeze. The company valuation, as measured by the share price is ridiculously low. It values Blackbird as a company that had a bright idea but has failed to make it catch on commercially.

This couldn't be further from the truth. Since elevate.io has been announced, the share price has dropped and yet we know that progress on elevate.io is going very well and we know the market is enormous!
We know that in this arena, Blackbird has the highest reputation for technical innovation, expertise, competence and reliability.
There is no way that elevate.io is going to be a failure. How could it be? The only question is how big will the success be?

In 50 years of equity investing, I have never come across such an amazing investment opportunity as Blackbird at today's share price.
Posted at 13/4/2024 14:34 by salmon9
An interesting article in today's Times headed "Aimless: How London's junior market was hollowed out"
It talks about how unrealistically low many AIM share prices are.
It quotes Gervais Williams of Premier Miton saying "The UK is cheap, but small caps are disgustingly, absurdly cheap". He says that he believes a broad rally in UK listed shares is coming, with the FTSE 100 index flirting with a record high. This, he believes, will result in a "positive virtuous spiral" that will boost smaller listed companies. He says "I'm more bullish now than I have been for 30 years."

The article explains about some companies planning to leave AIM and go private which will enable them to raise money at effectively a higher company valuation, than the AIM share price driving them to raise money by issuing shares at a low price. It quotes the example of biotech C4X which has a share price 90% lower than 10 years ago despite striking three big deals with Astra Zeneca. The company is currently only valued at £23 million on AIM. Redx is also 90% down from it's 2015 listing despite partnering four major deals over the past five years.

If Blackbird is going it alone, I just hope they stay put on AIM until the success of elevate and enterprise is proven by sound rising profits so the share price is very significantly rerated.
Posted at 08/4/2024 20:34 by chriscallen
The markets are no competent judge of value here or in the US - you only need to look at the DJT price on NASDAQ.

BIRD has the technology, much of which is protected by patents, so competitors cannot easily duplicate what they do. The basic technology common to Enterprise and elevate.io is clearly faster, less energy intensive and therefore cheaper and greener than existing technology and can be used by teams working together anywhere in the world.

The big question is whether it is still ahead of what its markets want and for which they are prepared to pay. AVID looks to be in trouble post its acquistion and Adobe are no nearer to becoming Cloud Native which suggests that the market is still in transition. On the plus side BIRD and its technology is known to the big players like AWS, MSFT and Alphabet.

What we don't know is how actualy SR/MV plan to market it and gain 1M users so do we trust their judgement and their ability to make it happen?. What we do know is that even half of that figure would transform the current share price

I will top up on BIRD holdings as finances allow.
Posted at 08/4/2024 16:44 by jbravo2
@hyperal re 14740
Can’t think of a single company, in any sector, under any circumstances, which has seen a 6p share price go to a £3 share price in one day
Posted at 08/4/2024 15:58 by hyperal
Pokerchips2
"BIRD needs to provide a reason for people to invest and that means contracts and revenue"

The value in Blackbird is not about its profits, but the company showing what can be done with its disruptive technology, it's about education and selling that technology on to a company that understands it and can make full use of it to make massive profits. It's the codec and connected software, along with IP that will make us billions. It won't be AIM investors who dictate the SP, it will be a big corporation. One day share price will be 6p next day it will be £3+ and that overnight rise will never come from AIM private investors as these investors just don't understand this business model. IMHO.
Posted at 04/4/2024 19:57 by salmon9
Yes NickB
The current share price seems so totally disconnected to Blackbird's potential!
Enterprise has proved they are technically elite and totally competent and innovative, protected by patents.
They seem to have a creator video editing platform of very high quality that should succeed commercially, even if it never makes the number one spot, due to the small size of the company and its limited promotional spending power.
The current share price suggests no success at anything! That must be wrong!

At this stage in Blackbird's development, it makes no sense that today I have been able to buy quite alot of shares at 5.3 pence.
My conclusion is that Blackbird is a secret, and so apart from us, who by now are pretty much fully invested, nobody understands Blackbird's potential.........except for maybe one of the big fish on your list!!!!
Posted at 02/4/2024 12:35 by clocktower
Show us the money, as all there is on this thread is hope and dreams, while burning the cash pile down each and every day, as there seems to be a little bit of reality setting in the share price, that BIRD are worried that the moment they try making users pay, it will flop and fail, like Trumps Truth share price now.
Posted at 26/3/2024 23:32 by ortegaworm
The investor market in the UK per se does not believe. Example Lloyds Banking Group discounted at about 0.7 Price to Book despite huge uplift on profits and a Growth Mindset CEO. If and when Britain recovers investor sentiment will return and that will drip down to smaller companies as well. I have several ETF's in my pension. The worst performer is UK Small Companies my 2nd highest performing ETF is American Small Companies, this just further demonstrates why we are where we are from a share price perspective. Just a friendly reminder to everyone that you have invested in a piece of IP. The value of that IP is completely unknown, and with the above-mentioned investor sentiment within the UK, it makes complete sense we are where we are from a Share Price. Bird is very tightly owned won't take much in the future. If this is a success all will be well.
Posted at 26/3/2024 07:51 by hyperal
cabi1

Share price action will come when it is ready. The purpose of the company is to create a product and profit from it, not to to manipulate the share price.
Posted at 19/3/2024 18:46 by spoonmuff
Sumit doesn’t have to declare bits. They have said multiple times that he has a share holding and I have never seen an RNS with his name buying. I personally think he has a big chunk (couple of million).

Bonio I agree that those did help it get all the way up to 40p it I also think if they wanted to just for the sake or getting the share price up they could get it to 40p pretty quickly just by hyping up elevate with projected figures, interviews, exposure in many areas, big NAB stall but that isn’t their plan. But from a share price it has dropped for the loss of clients but more than anything it’s from 18 months of silence, no one even knows about us and or less your crazy like us you have moved on a while ago
Blackbird share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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