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|Bonker99 , now has bought more prox shares again , nice to see investors like bonker back buying at prox again|
|AROUND 0,80 , PLAN TO HOLD LONG TERM ,HAVE SEEN IN PAST HOW FAST PROX HAS MOVED UP WITH GOOD NEWS ,WILL HOLD AND WAIT FOR MORE GOOD NEWS ,|
|What is your average price now?|
|and looking at the number of buys ,this afternoon ,the 3 million share sell not nice to see for any one hoping to see share price move upwards or stay level|
|another drop in share price today , not nice to see how much my shares have dropped in value|
|Ochs fair points,though I think bull-market is questionable at the moment,a crest might have formed,in my opinion.
Clearly everybody would agree that shares that are under a penny are high-risk,indeed any penny share whether it be 6p as this was, or its current price, are high-risk.
Really there is absolutely no point in speculating the outcome here it could go either way.
The obvious thing is not to put much money in and I personally don't believe in averaging down unless good news arrives.
I fully concede that I am in a different position with my shares running on their profits than the next guy.
People have to work within what they are comfortable with.
Conclusion,its either an absolute bargain or you will lose your money but we really cannot be sure until things change.
We cannot argue that the technology is great.
|I havent posted for a while but have long thought PROX was at the leading edge of the latest advertising technique. Ime not sure if the recent debacle with our ex director was to blame for the start of the share price decline. Or if its just the fact they have clearly missed their own timeline for the sale of the payments section.
Either way ime obviously very disappointed over the continuing decline in the share price. I had a large holding but had sold a lot when we had the large rise to the 1p area. I have now sold the rest, not because i no longer believe in the potential of the proximity advertising, but i am worried PROX as a company are about to go for a further placing, which, if they do, could well be in the .1 of a penny region, This would kill any money left in for PIs so i have got out.
I will be only too ready to get back in at the least sniff of good news and certainly hope that good news does come and soon. Good luck to all.|
|I would be counting the turnover daily to try and work out if or when any forward selling might be happening and I haven't time for that.
Good luck to long termers.Hope you do ok here.|
|SteveGlobal4 be nice if you could call into their office ,|
|enjoy researching and looking at the progress that has been seen as well as the placings that have been seen at prox|
|had another read at this rns from 2nd of september
Google certifies Proxama for Physical Web experiences
Proximity marketing expert becomes the first in Europe and one of only two globally to achieve certification
London, United Kingdom, 2 September 2016 - Proxama PLC (AIM: PROX), the leading mobile proximity marketing expert, announces that on 1 September 2016 it was certified by Google to deliver Physical Web user experiences for consumers, after graduating from its new beacon certification programme.
Information from Google on Location Services Providers can be found at:
Proxama is one of only two companies in the world and the first in Europe to be certified by Google as a Google Location Services Provider, so that they can offer services and experiences based around Google's open beacon format, Eddystone. This follows from Proxama's recent collaboration with Google on the world's first consumer Physical Web experience MyStop™, which featured at Google's 2016 I/O conference.
Through its' beacon certification platform Google is aiming to build a network of trusted partners that can offer comprehensive integration with its own technology platform. The selection process for Location Service Providers is based on their skills to enable compelling user experiences and with Proxama now being certified Google has endorsed Proxama to provide its beacon services to existing and new customers.
Juniper Research estimates that revenue from beacon-triggered content may reach as much as $44 billion by 2020, and that over 71% of that revenue will be driven through highly targeted and contextually aware ad-supported services1.|
|these guys have an office next door, if they don't bring out a statement on this massive fall in share price I will go and find out myself wtf is going on.|
|so good to see so many posts now at prox|
|They've not got a clue really have they...
Update on Strategic Review
· Discussions regarding the potential sale of the Digital Payments Division have taken place with a potential buyer who has submitted a Letter of Intent with an indication of $10-12 million as a price range to acquire the business. The potential buyer's due diligence is underway and discussions are active. However, there can be no certainty that an offer will be made, any sales concluded, nor as to the terms of any offer or sale. Whilst the Company is continuing discussions with this potential buyer, it is not in a period of exclusivity and there are ongoing conversations with other potential buyers. It is therefore likely that the Strategic Review will extend into H2 2016.
Proposed Equity Placing
· The Company has today in a separate announcement, confirmed its intention to proceed with a proposed equity Placing to raise £2.0 million which the Board believes will be sufficient to see the Company to cash break-even by the end of 2017 and provide sufficient time to complete the sale of the Digital Payments Division.|
|20 million shares traded today ,
as well as sells nice to see the number of shares bought|
|some nice chunky buys today again ,
some of these buyers moving into prox or back into prox agin|
|when getting buy quote today noticed how long at times to get buy quote , is interest from investors starting to build up again at prox|
|if digital payment sale goes through soon ,then may be so interesting to watch how share price moves|
|hazl, in answer to some of your points.
I suspect it's hard to borrow money when you have very low turnover and are loss making - hence the need for Darwin.
The markets generally are in bull territory - but with tech it depends on having the right tech at the right time and catching the momentum (as Prox did briefly with the Google announcement).
The prospect of profits looks some way off still due the need for investment in the Beacon network and this is likely to worry potential investors.
At present the market cap is down to £6m and I think the digital payments part currently has higher turnover and is closer to profitability.|
|Agree that is the danger with Darwin but presume it only happens when they agree to draw down finance?
If they don't need to use them and the division gets sold then presumably we are in a differently ball-game?
They do still seem very positive about break-even in 2017.
I do hope everything works out for them and us!|
|Anyone worked out how many shares may be forward sold yet?|
|stig only has one agenda Just research his posts. Rarely does he have owt positive to say about a company and even when he does he can very quickly change his stance from positive to negative in an instant Look at ASA!!|
|Getting complacent is never wise.
They might just surprise us all.
You never know.|
|Yes but now its 2017 you can't be quite so sure about when they might sell their financial arm,can you?
I imagine that's why you have kept posting.|