Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Blue Star Capital LSE:BLU London Ordinary Share GB00B02SSZ25 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.005p +2.27% 0.225p 0.21p 0.24p 0.225p 0.22p 0.22p 4,752,494 13:29:39
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.0 -0.2 -0.0 - 3.10

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Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
2017-06-28 13:04:180.24350,000836.50O
2017-06-28 12:55:400.22400,000872.00O
2017-06-28 12:29:040.24418,510996.05O
2017-06-28 12:09:250.2399,994233.99O
2017-06-28 11:25:000.23107,288251.05O
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Blue Star Capital Daily Update: Blue Star Capital is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BLU. The last closing price for Blue Star Capital was 0.22p.
Blue Star Capital has a 4 week average price of 0.16p and a 12 week average price of 0.13p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.32p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.13p.
There are currently 1,377,900,313 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,729,560 shares. The market capitalisation of Blue Star Capital is £3,100,275.70.
doodlebug4: People would far rather the CEO promised the earth and said the share price was going to the moon! I really cannot see any reason to press the sell button on the basis of that Half-yearly Report.
888icb: I agree that FFWD's decision to sell their stake in Satoshipay seems odd,particularly in view of the share price rises we have seen this week in BLU. The only acceptable reason would be if all the other investments FFWD has turn out to be better than Satoshipay. I rather doubt that will be the case as Satoshipay looks extremely promising. However if all the investments turn out to be better all will be forgiven and I will be delighted!
apfindley: What I'm looking at in 12 months is a share price of 4p.Possibly double that if satoshipay becomes popular in 2-3 years.
doodlebug4: I've just been looking at the long term chart for BLU, the company listed at 10p in 2004 and the share price actually reached 19p in 2005. Without looking through all the old news I guess there must have been some really bad investments made over the years to get the share price down to this level. Surely the recent investment in SatoshiPay will prove to be a turnaround point for Blue Star.
ivor hunch: If you look at BLU's investments other than Satoshi, they come to over £1.6 million. The company is capitalised at £1.79 million so in effect the 19% of Satoshi is in the share price for nothing. This has to be a bargain. Ivor
x54v: The investment in SatoshiPay has clearly done well for Coinsilium over the past year. The same rate of growth for BLU in the year ahead should bring about a very healthy rise in the share price. Http://
roofer2: Satoshi pay, is a fantastic investment opportunities, the growth in bitcoins has been massive over the last 12 months with share price growing 4x in 18 months, I'd call that a great investment ! Gla R2
topvest: roodboy - it's called listing shells to do a reverse takeover later. Time is needed! I think they are doing some good deals, this bunch. BLU share price is a bit toppy though and it remains to be seen how they will adapt their strategy to AIM post rule changes.
pensionfund: IMO based on NAV this share is overvalued and the share price reliant on news/future prospects; no dividend therefore all gains/losses are in share price movement. There is an advantage in CGT terms to 'holding', however in my experience for this type of share the share price drifts very easily with a lack of news flow. That said I did buy in and after holding on for a little longer than I should sold for a 7% profit, not fantastic, but not bad for a month. I still like what the company is aiming to do and will continue to monitor future development. Regards PF
pensionfund: Caecilius, I do not think I am wrong about the cash value/NAV that the IOS holding is worth to BLU shares 10,000,000 * 0.567 = 5,670,000 shares 5,670,000 shares * 13.5/100 = £765,450 £765,450/106,000,000 (No. of BLU shares) =£0.00722 = 0.722p a share. Sheddy Even at a mid of 25.5 that is only 0.14p a share (NAV) from IOS, which means we still need more further movements up in IOS share price + further successful floats + new floats constantly in the pipeline, delivered and performing in terms of share price when and how described by BLU to justify the current BLU share price. I agree a large holding by BLU in IOS will give them good exposure to the performance of IOS (good or bad) albeit I make it that BLU is holding 37.8% of the total issued IOS share capital (I think BLU took a 56.7% stake in the 10m IOS shares issued yesterday). However with only one company floated that makes this share high risk as you are heavily exposed to the performance of a single company, when we get to say 10 floated companies the risk will be statistically less. It would be interesting to know what the long term plan of the management is with the floated companies. Effectively there will long term be 2 sides to their business 1. Bringing companies on board to float and 2. Managing a portfolio of shares. Holding too many of their companies shares will effectievly mean that they track the index price with those holdings and make additonal revenue through floating new companies. 'Managing' their furture portfolio would 'riskier' but offer the potential to increase profits by realising share price gains in well run progressive floats and ditching those that have lost their way. Either way once we get a few more companies floated the risk of this share will become less and should be more attractive to more than just 'us punters', which can only be a good thing for the share price Regards PF
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