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|Probability Daily Update: Probability is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PBTY. The last closing price for Probability was 48.50p.|
Probability has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
The 1 year high share price is - while the 1 year low share price is currently -.
There are currently 33,782,257 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Probability is £16,384,394.65.
|trentendboy: Nigel is really stocking up - 10% and still buying.
The problem is the small free float. For him to get the 29% ahead of any buy out he would need to pay a lot to get the big boys to sell out.
His interest provides serious support to the share price and should get us back to 60p soon enough|
|trentendboy: I hold Dcd from years ago. Joe did not help the Dcd share price that is for sure.
He only picked it up through another gaming company I owned taken private at too low a price IMO.
That was an odd deal and included the Dcd stake|
|trentendboy: All this is good as we know that PBTY white label with a lot of the big players in mobile.
There is competition of course but PBTY are a world leader at the moment.
I suspect the share price will react to the next result and outlook. This just seems odd that we are not moving up ahead of results given the recent presentation.
I guess they are just too small. What we do know is that when these shares rise, they quickly (a little like GVC in some respects)|
|the analyst: I'm looking at the placing and seeing it as a 15% discount. It looks like a few large shareholders got wind of the placing and sold into it, back when the share price was 68p+
It might be that they bought the shares back during the placing - a common trick which can make them a few quid, but more than that, it transfers funds to the company, from the shareholding public.
Pleased they got the cash, though.|
|trentendboy: The got this funding away at a decent price that should put a floor on the share price and as pointed out above explains why the share price has been held down or slipped in recent months.
The dilution is never ideal but to compete with the big boys PBTY has to exploit its first mover advantage.
Shoring up the balance sheet will also give more confidence to any future clients or partners.
This is good news but it is accepted that this will slow any share price rise.
I expect £1 by the end of the year which is a good return by anyones standards.
All in all this is good news and a fairly small discount. Backing by large institutions is also a strong signal.
Now this is out of the way corporate action might kick off again - bring on the takeover from Ladbrokes or similar.|
|1356: First mover advantage... ahead of schedule release... a company doing things efficiently and strategically.
Press release here:
Encouraging momentum building operationally, even if the share price may take a while to catch up with events...|
|the analyst: beeezzz,
I'm not debating whether the AIM market is risky, or how it has performed.
My point was that your definitive statement that "only" dividend paying companies see their share price rise is absolutely incorrect.|
|trentendboy: Working with 888 is telling.
I suspect 888 might take out probability with in a year not least because 888 share price is strong and consolidation is well underway|
|666james: I really thought that the share price would have moved by now. The presentation, the news that guidfarr has found (nice find), the talks with facebook and nothing is happening. Hope we see some action soon.|
|666james: i am still waiting but there seems no sign "news wise" or in the share price...up or down.|
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