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|... when Cenkos under-performs with £1 Billion raised and Zeus gets excited with the same amount ....|
|Nevermind Zeus the buyers are back buying CNKS today.|
|Seems like one of Cenkos's major competitors, Zeus Capital, have been pretty busy in 2016. Up to each to decide whether Zeus has been outperforming or Cenkos underperforming or neither of the above.
Deals top £1bn at investment bank Zeus Capital - HTTPS://bdaily.co.uk/finance/13-01-2017/deals-top-1bn-at-investment-bank-zeus-capital/|
|CNKS looking "great value" with "big IPOs coming back", tweets Paul Scott|
|Another one for the Portfolio.Every little helps.Coming back strong now from 69p.It looks like there is a gap fill to be met at 115p|
|Bowleven is pleased to announce the appointment of Cenkos Securities plc ("Cenkos") as the Company's Nominated Adviser (NOMAD) and Joint Broker with immediate effect. Barclays will remain Joint Broker to the Company alongside Cenkos.|
|Impressive strength here. There were c. 43,000 of sales in the hour or so after midday and the price didn't budge: I thought there must have been a chunky delayed buy to soak up those sales, but apparently not.|
|On 28 April 2016 Cenkos announced that the trustees of the Cenkos EBT had launched a share purchase plan to buy up to £50,000 of Cenkos shares a month. 102,000 shares were purchased in H1 2016 under this plan at a cost of £142,571. The increase in the size of the Company’s EBT reflects, in part, the potential future demand for Cenkos’ shares to satisfy share awards under the Company’s 2015 deferred bonus scheme.
If the boo boy numpties understood time series they would have noticed that CNKS HAS had a tendency to rally in the first part of every month thus far :)
There just isn't the volume to keep selling on the hope of spooking retail investors with such a big buyer in the background.|
|QuePassa12 Jan '17 - 06:35 - 2124 of 2124 0 0 (Filtered)
Correction - Boo Boys :)|
|if you are referring to me.....how very wrong you are
but thanks for reminding me to use the voting buttons.
|See the resident boo boy is down voting ....|
|Guess this general share price rise with indices at highs is very good for delivering their pipeline. A tad too early for December financials to be finalised at the moment though!|
|82-5 tempted to add more , cant gave too much of a good thing|
price rocking on|
|GOLSMAN AND ALL THE MERCHANT BANKS ON NEW HIGHS
UP 40PC SINCE TRUMP
THIS SILLY PRICE
BUT HIGH VOLUME COMING IN|
|Got in here|
|move up early doors|
|Here you go.
Its certainly an interesting read. Probably not as precise a science as the author makes out, but its well founded that the stock market has operated in 18 year cycles and we are towards the end of a long sideways bear market when the Dow and FTSE corrects, as they surely will at some point fairly soon.
Cenkos also looking interesting as a top-up at some point, although will await the results first.|
|topvest 5 Jan '17 - 20:09 - 2112 of 2114
..... The 17.6 year stock market cycle if you are interested.
Hi topvest, im always 'interested' in what you have to post. Were you going to post a link to explain the '17.6 year stock market cycle' ?
|Took them long enough to notice it lol|
|340,000 bought in last 40 minutes. A tip, or something leaking?|
|AIM will bounce back in my view. We are still in an 18-year bear market in my view (not that it currently feels like it) that will finish in 2017/2018 with another down-turn which will end up with the FTSE-100 falling back a thousand points at least and being below where it was in 2000. We will then be in to an 18 year secular bull market and things will start looking up. Its a long time since the crazy days of 1999/2000! Lets face it hardly anyone buys shares. The 17.6 year stock market cycle if you are interested.|
|Today's FT. Page 17. Small column headed "AIM- Fall in listings"
Interesting to read. Some snippets:-
There are currently 36 Nomads. In 2013 there were more than 50 Nomads.
The number of AIM-listed companies has fallen faster. Now below 1,000 for first time since 2004. This is now down 40% to 993 AIM companies since the peak in 2007 of 1,694 companies listed on AIM.
Last year there were only 38 full IPO's on AIM.
in 2007 AIM Companies raised more than £16.2billion. Last year 2016, just £4.9bn.
The implementation of MIFID II is expected to push down commissions for brokers, reducing another revenue source.
Some stark facts about AIM and a sobering article perhaps about prospects for AIM related business.
It appears to me in my opinion only that the strong may survive but the weak and walking-wounded may further suffer or be forced to withdraw entirely from a significantly reduced and much tougher arena.
ALL IMO. DYOR.