Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Concha LSE:CHA London Ordinary Share GB00B8Y82097 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.675p 0.65p 0.70p 0.675p 0.675p 0.675p 1,707,040.00 07:34:43
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Personal Goods 0.0 -0.6 0.0 - 10.96

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
01/12/2016
11:47
time once again?
jjcamargo
24/11/2016
10:46
Will do, just waiting for a SIPP transfer from an old pension fund. Am tempted to go to the AGM in Dec.
dusseldorf
23/11/2016
07:29
Hey Dussy any chance you can tickle the upper side a bit more
solarno lopez
18/11/2016
10:34
Thanks Dussy
solarno lopez
18/11/2016
09:09
Can sell 750,000 at mid price Tickling the upper side of the bollinger band, macd turning up - I feel a touch of price strength returning.
dusseldorf
14/11/2016
13:16
solarno - we only own a small piece of the pie - if Ve fundraise and we don't participate, it gets smaller, however I don't think we're done with them yet. Just want some form of update from the co. on the future.
dusseldorf
14/11/2016
12:56
No one is impressed by the supposed appointment
solarno lopez
14/11/2016
08:48
I guess Ve are moving ahead with their next funding round - hence heavy weight CEO (which was to be at a significant premium to last from what I remember), which would put CHA's investment on a good footing. Just wish there was some update from company on future direction - unless we also are participating/involved with the next phase of Ve's development I see Chris Akers has even tweeted about it: https://twitter.com/sportschris?lang=en
dusseldorf
14/11/2016
08:14
Good find The Shuffle Man http://news.sky.com/story/ex-arm-chairman-chambers-in-rapid-tech-return-with-ve-role-10656821 Though it appears it hasn't been verified yet
dusseldorf
14/11/2016
08:12
The former chairman of ARM Holdings, the British chip designer sold this year in a £24bn deal, is making a rapid return to the technology sector with a new role at a fast-growing software company. Sky News has learnt that Ve Interactive, which is privately owned, will announce on Monday that it has recruited Stuart Chambers as its chairman.
the shuffle man
13/11/2016
22:28
The former chairman of ARM Holdings, the British chip designer sold this year in a £24bn deal, is making a rapid return to the technology sector with a new role at a fast-growing software company.Sky News has learnt that Ve Interactive, which is privately owned, will announce on Monday that it has recruited Stuart Chambers as its chairman.
the shuffle man
13/11/2016
22:16
The former chairman of ARM Holdings, the British chip designer sold this year in a £24bn deal, is making a rapid return to the technology sector with a new role at a fast-growing software company.Sky News has learnt that Ve Interactive, which is privately owned, will announce on Monday that it has recruited Stuart Chambers as its chairman.
the shuffle man
11/11/2016
15:03
But today I took the plunge and bought a few
solarno lopez
10/11/2016
08:05
painfully slow
solarno lopez
09/11/2016
18:40
slow going eh
jjcamargo
04/11/2016
09:53
Nice buy through this morning
solarno lopez
02/11/2016
13:41
Duss - happy to share - you know how to reach me
mister md
02/11/2016
13:39
May need to ask you about your divi earners at some point. reluctantly I need some of those. Agree that market is feeling a bit toppy - US election may crystallise a market direction.
dusseldorf
02/11/2016
12:37
Duss - mainly in dividend stocks myself and a few leveraged short shares as market is getting bit toppy
mister md
02/11/2016
12:31
Good point Mister MD - though I wasn't intending to buy more at 0.8p or above until more is known (having bought some back I traded), at current prices I'm keen to trade a few more outside of core holding. I have an old defined benefits pension (many moons ago at previous co. thats grown nicely) I'm migrating into SIPP as cash lump - previously this was not allowed, but by all accounts I can do it now. I'm looking to balance a portfolio these days (target is 20 holdings split across risk/divi/sectors), regularly trade out profit with view to buy back on dips. In theory could be another 20-30 years before I retire so plenty of wiggle room on risk level at present - though I'm capping myself in SIPP re:exposure to any one stock - learnt my lession on PAA. I also have a regular company pension as a fall back.
dusseldorf
02/11/2016
11:52
good job your sipp money didnt arrive early October then Duss ;)
mister md
02/11/2016
11:47
CHA looking a bit poorly at the moment, but I'm not concerned. Just hope it holds a few more weeks as have some sipp money coming - damn paperwork so slow, they may as well be using pigeon to transfer my funds.
dusseldorf
26/10/2016
08:52
Mr Million is back
solarno lopez
21/10/2016
10:07
1.20p by next friday i reckon, but you guys are probably right.
jjcamargo
21/10/2016
09:52
Agree with you Dussy
solarno lopez
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