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|Pugugly, Yes I know. The % holding pointing out that there are increasing numbers of PI's holding stocks with their brokers. Yes, there probably are more brokers which have not gone above the 3% yet.|
|8Homer - I think you will find that all your above "holders" with I believe the exception of J O Hambro are as nominee holders of PI's or possilbly instutions holding below the notification threshold.
Declaration : I have looked at the coy on a number of occasions but have been unable to find a compelling reason to invest -|
|Those interested should go to Blur website to see the % share holding.
J O Hambro, Hargreaves L. and Interactive I. have increased shareholding and new entrant TD Waterhouse is now reported.|
|J777J. Robert Keith is not a new investor isn't he? I think he bought a big slice of Blur and then sold it 2015/2016 when share price was in the 80's p. He then bought Blur again at rock bottom price @ 4p. He knew the business model then wasn't right. I think he is very shrewd businessman.|
|Dusseldof thank for your comment. Great to hear you are a potential investor rather than a shorter. People are always out there trying to manipulate share prices. With Blur you get big swings with small transactions. I believe the cash burn is slowing dramatically and will not be $1m a quarter and cash would also come from the enterprise customers. I don't think Blur would need to raise any more money. The CEO knows he has to get it right this time or he won't last.|
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|8Homer, you couldn't make it up.Another charlatan exposed hey ho.Multi millonaire tech savvy ex Eidos bigwig is a rather better bet to follow.|
|I've been interested in buying a while, but only once funding sufficient to see it survive to profitability is completed. I didn't predict the price manipulation, but then again only one or two individuals knew about that.
It's easier to place shares at a discount than a premium. Sometimes the price is manipulated to accommodate this.|
|You sure you are a buyer? I thought you say it is going bust. You miss your chance at 3.75p when the doom and gloom shorters drove it down. The unrealised exchange loss is due to Blur reporting in US$. In sterling term it is still in the bank and not lost. Q4 update and a glimpse of Q1 trading should be here shortly.|
|Former Eidos heavyweight has taken a near 14% stake.The ceo owns 30%.the intis take it to 70%.They are in control A trade sale is also possible.Likely to be north of 30p.|
|8Homer - I suggest you need to remove your rose tinted glasses. Cash 'was' $3.6m if you account for the unrealised exchange losses - which are not going away. Cash burn is $1.0 million each quarter.
It's now 3 odd months since than update period mentioned (Q3) meaning cash (adjusted for exchange losses which are arguably now higher) is now $2.6m. Without further funding the company will cease trading due to lack of cash by circa October (IMO) based on a optimistically (I'm being nice here) reduced cash burn of $850k.
My point is and was valid, without cash, they go bust. I've not said they won't get it, I've even suggested the new investor who is playing with the share price having bought from a distressed seller at 3.75p will try his hardest to secure his position above his entry point. I'd be surprised to see funding at 10p - I think 5p-7.5p however is realistic.
Good luck! FYI I am interested in buying, but I am patient and cautious these days.|
|Dusseldorf you are scaremongering to meet your agenda. If you look properly at the last trading statement would will see that cash is $4.5 million. Very similar to Q3 2015. This mean that cash burn has significantly dropped a lot and could be cash positive very soon.
blur's focus on larger, Enterprise accounts continues to drive sequential improvements to EBITDA, costs and cash for the fourth consecutive quarter. The Group's cash balance at the end of Q3 2016 totalled $3.6 million compared to $4.3 million at the end of Q3 2015. During Q3, blur received an R&D tax credit in respect of 2015 totalling $0.4 million.
blur's reported cash balance has been impacted by $0.9 million of unrealised exchange losses in 2016 to date and $0.1 million of unrealised exchange losses in Q3 2016, as the valuation of blur's sterling denominated cash balances were further affected by the decline in the GBP:USD exchange rate.
Excluding the unrealised exchange losses cash, which is predominately held in GBP, would be valued at $4.5 million at the end of Q3.|
|70% owned by insiders and instis.Debt free,net cash and a 2 trillion dollar addressable marketplace.Should be back in the 30's pronto.|
|latifs100 - It needs a cash injection to ensure it keeps trading(!)|
|need news to confirm this|
|Pitiful volumes going down.Just the mm's buying back stock they sold at 18p plus.Funny old world.|
|I'll re-itterate my point as I believe its still valid:
12 Dec '16 - 11:57 - 3501 of 3517 2 0 Edit
The price rise is basically a fabrication caused by one individual with deep pockets on an illiquid stock. Good for those buying low (well done BTW), but the company is in dire need of cash and all this serves to do is allow Robert Keith to push for a cash placement above the level where he bought in.
If he bought the bulk of his stock at 3.75p, I suspect he will push to keep a placement above 10p|
|any information leak|
|has the interest in blur died down.|
|will they actually make any monies?|
|Major turnaround story here.Next stop mid 30's.Could be a bid we'll see.|
|Chart looking very good here|
|Only reason KEITH bought is because of an upcoming placing, already sitting on big losses, does not wish to see his stake too severely diluted!|
|I wonder if Shaz on lse is rightToday 13:38Price: 17.75Shaz2472,596 posts30pComing and even a bid at more|