Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Parallel Media Group LSE:PAA London Ordinary Share GB00BGSGT481 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 31.00p 30.00p 32.00p 31.00p 31.00p 31.00p 0 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 0.2 -1.7 -57.6 - 0.93

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16/12/2017
08:20
Parallel Media Daily Update: Parallel Media Group is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PAA. The last closing price for Parallel Media was 31p.
Parallel Media Group has a 4 week average price of 21.50p and a 12 week average price of 21.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 94.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 8.50p.
There are currently 3,009,233 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 24,162 shares. The market capitalisation of Parallel Media Group is £932,862.23.
09/1/2017
14:45
daytraders: Ouch "there have been no material developments since that time." Parallel Media Group Plc (AIM: PAA) notes the recent share price rise. On 30th December 2016 PMG released an update statement including the comment that it was reviewing acquisition prospects which will enable PMG in 2017 to confirm opportunities in the live event and entertainment sector. Whilst the Group continues to review acquisition prospects there have been no material developments since that time.
09/1/2017
14:37
tidy 2: Share price movementParallel Media Group Plc (AIM: PAA) notes the recent share price rise. On 30(th) December 2016 PMG released an update statement including the comment that it was reviewing acquisition prospects which will enable PMG in 2017 to confirm opportunities in the live event and entertainment sector. Whilst the Group continues to review acquisition prospects there have been no material developments since that time.
21/12/2016
22:47
eezymunny: Why on earth would you complain about me quoting from your posts on a public forum? You willingly post 1000's of times. Mostly horrible rampy drivel IMO. It's sad. "10/12/14 appears a strong buy at this level" "29/11/14 I reckon the share price will be far higher by this time next year" "10p plus is very likely following good news" 100's and 100's of posts like these. Embarrassing IMO.
21/12/2016
22:28
eezymunny: The thing is KNIGEL you say on here "I acquired shares on Fitb at 0.7p back in mid 2014. Did I sell at 26p? No, quite honest about this but not far off it" On LSE however you said (among 100's and probably 1000's of posts) on 23/4/15 "no sorry - sold in 2-3 batches at around 5p then when it kept rising got back in ... I would have probably retired if I had just kept the lot in the first place and sold at 25p lol (the benefit of hindsight).. currently average a tad under 6p gl" So either that was all lies, or what you posted here was all lies or I've misunderstood. Do please explain for us. And then you say on here "When have I ever given out a punt or told someone to buy in?", but on LSE we have "15/7/17 if you think this is the low point you should be buying as many as possible", "20/7/15 at 3p there's not much downside left for long termers so it seems as if the share price has factored in all possible bad news ", 13/8/15 I do think this s/b the floor and patient shareholders will be rewarded especially those buying now" This all looks like very embarrassing contradiction - but maybe I'm confused... Have you ever read through all your 1000's of FITB posts? Any reader may easily conclude that you've managed to lose your shirt on something that 30-bagged from your first purchase. Do you still deny it? There's plenty more evidence on there!
21/12/2016
13:08
knigel: None of your business. I'll tell you my share price averages when you tell me yours. I acquired shares on Fitb at 0.7p back in mid 2014. Did I sell at 26p? No, quite honest about this but not far off it. Traded a few times since and current holding showing a loss. With PAA it would not have to increase much to get back to breakeven as average down. I repeat I cannot see much downside as MV is low and it would probably not be trading if it dropped lower. A placing is possible. Not a 1p without a consolidation Imo. Why do you always want the worse to happen here? You are simply OBSESSED!
21/12/2016
08:44
knigel: OK so why do they keep doing it? I guess the low market value and free float means they think they can make an quick buck as ANY decent news here will cause the share price to rise significantly. Lets be honest - it can't go much lower - except of course go bust. Also the company did mention an acquisition - I am not making that element up..
11/8/2016
06:51
knigel: Oryx have not stated they want to sell out - they simply might wish to reduce their exposure here - and as I said the other week, someone is mopping up the sales and the share price appears to be holding up quite well.. Obviously sometimes you have to bite the bullet and sell out of an investment but I always find I still keep monitoring my ex investments - some have not moved while others have soared - hence why I will not sell out of PAA yet - as knowing my luck DC will pull a rabbit out of the bag and the share price will soar LOL
02/8/2016
07:25
eezymunny: Just trying to help KN. No point on doing it on every board. Typical traits of a PI that will probably lose all his/her money. Counting "buys" and "sells". lol Thinking a "low" share price or market cap suggests something is cheap when it patently isn't (eg it is balance sheet insolvent). lol Getting all grumpy and "blocking" posts from people who demonstrate the bear case....as I've been doing for years. lol Ignoring horrible histories of under-performance from a company and management. PAA has a 16+ year declining share price. lol Thinking that rampy drivel posts that border on/cross boundary of legibility is a good idea. lol etc etc It's all hugely entertaining watching people lose money on PAA and would form part of the book that I'd write if I could be bothered.
01/8/2016
16:13
eezymunny: No Maccers. PAA is NOT a SETS traded share. You're in a fantasy land la la cuckoo if you believe that. As most of you know I (and ,my alter eho britishb) have posted for years on PAA because it is a horrible investment proposition IMO. I have called almost every twist of the horrible unfolding story just about perfectly. Losses, losses, shareholder dilution, more losses, more dilution. Now it is in worse shape than ever in the time I've been writing about it IMO. So good luck to the idiotic Twitter rampfesters - they very clearly IMO have no idea what they're letting themselves in for. The share price has gone from c. 25,000p/share (adjusting for all the horrific dilutions) to 10p. I expect bust, or more of the same. And as for my caveats DD, well of course, lots of things could happen. Only an idiot would completely write-off the possibility of a daft fundraise etc. I presume that's why DC keep this crock afloat - he's persuaded enough fund managers to part with (and lose) other people's money. Why you start dumping your shares and still defend the situation here is, cough, more than a little confusing!
02/5/2014
15:53
knigel: Buywell2, I have issues with posters who only appear to post on shares they do not hold. I have issues with posters who only post on bad news/share price fall days but disappear when the share price recovers or there is good news. I respect posters who continue to post during the good times and the bad - whether shareholders or those who "just want to help poor investors who cannot be bothered to DYOR". I hope you respect the fact that I (and you) have posted here when the share price was doing ok and when the share price is back at historic lows - note I have not held for 14 years and trade this share like others - only reinvested recently at 115p and downwards! I am prepared to hold for a significant time as I am backing the director who acquired shares at 156p ie. circ 65% higher than the current share price. There is more likelihood of success here with the director(s) putting money into their company - they will not be happy with the current share price either BUT the company is in a closed period with results due this month. The question is why do some derampers only target 3-4 shares? Why not post on a share were they think the share price is too high and will fall back - perhaps they feel their arguments are not as strong on a WSG etc. I presume you post here because you MAY invest here at some point - something about PAA interests you - do you have a share price target etc... Remember shareholders will tend to make positive comments - I don't really see a problem since WE have the potential financial profits/losses to realise via actually holding the shares!
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