|Blue Prism Group
||EPS - Basic
||Market Cap (m)
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....INTERESTING above in a general sense.
this seems to be the main player NY but do read the thread it has been discussed.|
Support @ 310p
Put this one on my watchlist, do they have any other UK competitors? Tks|
|WELL PERHAPS it's a 'w ' forming after all?
Anyway a good day today for good ol' PRSM!|
|Glad to have sold off a lot of weight at the 520 range. Looking to buy back in at 350 mark.
With these highly volatile shares I find it better to play the short/mid term game and extract high amounts of profit.|
|I'm no expert but classic inverse head and shoulders? Can any Chartists suggest at new target?|
joy division still
|Guys I think support may have given way here, I'm sorry|
|Alter ego: Sorry don't fall into your categories of shareholders.
Neither do I want news to sustain a share price.
I want news.
My moan is Company PROs who don't do their jobs properly.
This matter is closed.
Checked it out Banshee./|
|I have a few PRSM, and have just started a thread on another pure AI play (of which there are few around) Brainchip, which might be of interest. Any input welcome.
|petewy, You seem overly concerned that the company should issue news to keep up the share price The new you refereed to obviously was not good enough news as you observed the share price had fallen hence my assumption that you expected more news to be issued.
There are 2 sorts of people who buy and sell shares. Some are investors who buy a stake in a business and monitor it's progress to determine if it is performing as they anticipated. The others type is a trader who is interested in the share price, not the business. Which are you?
All share prices ebb and flow according to market mood as well as company specific events. Market makers and shorter are additional factors that set prices in the short term.
I think it was Ben Graham who said, "in the short term, the stock market is a voting machine. In the long term it is a weighing machine". If you trade a stock, you cannot expect the business to oblige you in keeping up the share price If you invest, the financial numbers will ultimately determine where the share price sits.|
|read post 860. "Invent news?" where did that come from?|
|petewy, so your point is what? Are you saying they should invent news just to satisfy inpatient investors who expect the app to only go up?|
|Alter ego: It is their job to run the business for the benefit of shareholders.
Which includes publicising good news and keeping the share price up.
Since my last post 860, I've read good news yet the price has dropped.|
|Blimey that takes me back !|
|Is this all related to Twiki from Buck Rogers?|
|Could trading robots be taking the share price down? Would be ironic.|
|Great news, confirming what we already know: Blue Prism are leaders in the RPA field and will continue to innovate in order to maintain that position.|
|indeed alterego agree|
|I like this piece
'This report on RPA includes Forrester’s estimation that there will be more than four million robots doing office, administrative and sales-related tasks by 2021, as the firm sees RPA gaining the interest of enterprises as many are “under immense pressure to digitize operations.” Forrester analysts note that enterprises are attracted to RPA as part of their automation strategy for:
Boosting productivity with minimal process change
Easy to calculate ROI
Fresh alternative to “big spend” of typical BPM programs'|
|Blue Prism received top score for deployment, governance and security criteria
'Blue Prism, the provider of the world’s most successful digital workforce, was named a leader in “The Forrester WaveTM: Robotic Process Automation, Q1 2017.” The report included 12 vendors and evaluated them against 28 criteria grouped by current offering, strategy and market presence.
Forrester analysts recognized Blue Prism’s focus on providing secure, scalable and central management of a virtual workforce of software robots in regulated industries, noting the “central control of all RPA functions is well suited to its regulated industry focus.” Blue Prism tied for the highest score for the control room, system management, reporting and resilience criteria, and received the top score for deployment, governance and security criteria.
Blue Prism Chief Technology Officer Dave Moss commented, “I am delighted Forrester has recognized security, governance and resilience as underpinnings of a successful digital workforce. Forrester observed that robot management and governance are primary enterprise concerns and, in our opinion, underlined Blue Prism’s unique position to support these requirements.”|
|There we have it!
|It is not the company's job to issue news to support the share price It is their job to run the business for the benefit of shareholders. Obsession with the day to day share price is irrational. If it's successful business the share price will take care of itself.|
|My complaint is the lack of news which is needed now told the price at 400p.
The company doesn't seem bothered with news. The Aussie branch opening was not announced, and they could be queueing 10 deep to get in for all we know.|
|Support at 400p|