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|Thanks for the info guys. Little more activity today it seems.|
|Can I add dussy that its unusual for a stock to trade outside its bands for very long, at least the 20/2 bands|
|codeine1 - indeed, the bollinger bands are the blue shaded area in chart above, they are suprising effective at determining a sharp price movement after they have converged - that movement can be up or down, but use trading checks (buy/Sell vols) to get an indication|
|Cheers jj. :)|
|codeine: either the bollinger bands that indicate the historic spread of price over the last x days, or the fizzy drink the MMs have at lunch after messing about with the book all morning :-)|
|cfep sitting there with 150k dussy at 0.7, im not trying to buy but one should be able to get at least that. naughty of them if not.|
|What is "bolly" guys ?|
|Makes sense dussy|
|jjcamargo - You can't buy online, but you can sell 1m at .675 (mid-price). The price drop is artificial, and I don't think the MM's are waiting for the bolly to catch up ;)|
|Let the bolly catch up|
|Topped up at 0.7 with another 100k, had to do fill or kill though as couldn't buy online, which seems bizarre given the listed drop|
|wide spread... deter buying?|
|Yes - interesting. Rose just at the bell.
I can see 1p here shortly.
Hang on to your shares.|
|Buying today did not really justify the rise, perhaps something brewing....|
|Perhaps people sniffing the Ve IPO. Top end a $10bn was mentioned in some FTAlpha report I don't have access to, that would make CHA's stake circa 2-2.4p a share, but I suspect 1p is more realistic in terms of expectation setting (in my own head at least). I don't think that's the end game for CHA with ve (to be part of a US IPO), but not a bad fall back position if further private involvement doesn't go as planned.
edit: OK found the article that talks about valuations:
In December, GP Bullhound, a London-based tech-focussed investment bank, predicted the company could be valued at $10bn this year.
Another one is here, older and more positive than the above:
Now the seven-year-old company is trying to raise more money, telling would-be investors that its valuation could more than triple from a purported £1.5bn today to £5bn by early 2017, helped by a “scale through acquisitions” strategy, according to documents seen by FT Alphaville.
The company compares itself to tech giants like Facebook in the documents, claiming that Ve could be worth as much as £29bn in an initial public offering or private sale, but the question for new investors is whether Ve could be a rare British tech success story that achieves global prominence and profitability, or if it will turn out to be a story of skilful marketing and excess optimism.|
|Can sell 1,000,000 at 0.661, bodes well.|
|Thanks Dussy and I can but hope|
|solarno - all hope is not lost as the CEO also stated:
is in talks with investment banks including Goldman Sachs about a multi-billion-dollar float in New York later this year, but is also considering other institutional funding options.
So perhaps the last bit is Akers whispering in his ear|
|To be balanced you should also read this. Although I think the writer has got it in for the company for some reason.
the shuffle man
|A long way from the ramped high of 7p and unlikely ever to get back there ..ah well another day another dollar|
|Good spot The Shuffle Man. This bit is confirmation of what we suspected:
Ve’s last investment round valued it at $2.7 billion, making it a unicorn company – a tech start-up with a $1 billion price tag.
It values (pre dilution of new equity in Ve), CHA's stake at £8-9m. If it goes for a e.g. $5bn float in US with no further equity CHA's stake could be worth in region of £13-15m, or 0.9p/share in CHA.
Not sure how CHA could extend the relationship in this IPO in US perhaps it was the intended end game for CHA's involvement in Ve.|
|Ve looking to float later this year.
the shuffle man
|the 224k today was me, just rounding up.|
|come on cha, many have been underwater long enough now!|