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AIQ Aiq Limited

0.00 (0.0%)
07 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Aiq Limited LSE:AIQ London Ordinary Share KYG0180A1022 ORD GBP0.01 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 7.50 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
5.00 10.00 7.50 7.50 7.50
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Business Services, Nec 510k -641k -0.0099 -7.58 4.86M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 7.50 GBX

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Posted at 07/12/2023 08:20 by Aiq Daily Update
Aiq Limited is listed in the Business Services, Nec sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AIQ. The last closing price for Aiq was 7.50p.
Aiq currently has 64,760,721 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Aiq is £4,857,054.
Aiq has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -7.58.
This morning AIQ shares opened at 7.50p
Posted at 25/2/2019 10:40 by fillipe
Well, here's more of the same.

Posted at 22/5/2018 05:46 by imjustdandy
Last placing price was 20p
Posted at 21/5/2018 13:21 by zen12
This is a LSE premium listed share, fully regulated market. Sure there is news here otherwise can’t see LSE allowing it to relist.
Posted at 23/4/2018 18:55 by brave dave
The majority were in just for a days trade or two, nobody in their right mind would buy otherwise, the signals were all there....shady past...4 bogus companies investments...just £3m cash...that will probably be shared out when delisted.....that equates to 8p a it did from the start....why did anyone buy ????? it wasn't a business it was set up to invest in other shares in other had £3m to much was it worth then ??? yes 3 million.....why pay any more,,,,,,8p was its real value....if it had an investment in an up and coming company i could see that maybe raised to 10p or 12p if it looked promising....the people in the know are all guessing at delisted and value shared out...
Posted at 23/4/2018 18:38 by brave dave
I didn't see the order book..just the trades,.... £30k trade was a UT though...Cant imagine why anyone would buy this....they have 8p a share available to buy some shares in a company...LOL
Posted at 23/4/2018 17:45 by brave dave
Crack heads and all the assets should be paid out...about 8p a share...but it will take a long time and cost a hefty packet...I'd guess it would after costs be around 5 or 6p a share....why did people buy ?????? they have nothing...just £3m cash....and £75m mcap.....would you buy a company a few days old without investments of any type...just £3m cash....would you buy it for £75m... they were selling pound coins for £25 each,,,,crazy
Posted at 23/4/2018 17:22 by brave dave
So share prophets and many others are saying they will be DE-LISTED....Which AIQ bod have experienced TWICE from the MOtley fool article i posted dropped from 80p to 0.25p just before delisting...I'm sure as everyone else is that this will go the same way...Investors should get the value of the company shared out All they have is £3m cash nothing else...well at least that's around 7p a share...or maybe 5p after costs....the rampers and anyone with half a brain cell knew this was a sham...why else would you pay £1.50 for a share with 7p of assets
Posted at 23/4/2018 17:17 by brave dave

The only surprise is that this didn’t happen sooner. Standard-listed AIQ has been suspended again, under Rule 1510 of the Rules of the London Stock Exchange. Unlike last time, it was not at the request of the company, this is the regulators in action (as opposed to inaction last Friday). It also means that having listed on January 9th this year, the stock has been trading for just 3 days in January and two and a half in April – a total of five and a half days over the course of a day short of fifteen weeks. Is this some kind of record?
Posted at 19/4/2018 18:04 by brave dave
Its crazy. They have no investments and have stated themselves that there is no reason for the share to be over 10p. They have £3.5m that's equal to around 7.5p per share...that's its value..they have had 4 listed shady companies in the past 2 forced to de-list
Posted at 12/1/2018 16:48 by euclid5
"Our good friend and occasional correspondent in these parts, Graham Chester, has also been looking at Standard Listed (as of Tuesday) AIQ (AIQ), which rose from 8p to 125p to have a value of £62.5 million for its £3.6 million of cash and nothing else. Like me, he has become a bit of an anorak on China Frauds so when a familiar name crops up….

This morning, his article on Motley Fool (see HERE) turns up the name of Marty Lau at reporting accountant and auditor Moore Stephens – which was responsible for AIQ’s listing prospectus. Writing for us in a fantastic series of articles related to the Filthy Forty, Graham Chester noted an “interesting” CV for Mr Lau, which includes Filthy Forty company Jiasen (JSI) - and Grand Group (GIPO) which only avoided entry into that fine index by listing too late.

Jiasen listed at 82p and disappeared from AIM after an EGM last year – at just 0.25p. Grand Group was booted off the Casino at 10p also last year, having listed just in 2015 at 80p, after its Nomad (ZAI) lost its license. But in any case the company faced execution a few days later for failing to meet its investment policy. It had boat-loads of apparent cash, and an enthusiastic Chairman (who resigned a few days later!) yet no Nomad would step up to the plate. Odd that, isn’t it?

I note also that Ivy Wang – now of Hong Kong-based L&S Group limited, which was the Listing Coordinator for AIQ’s debut, also featured for Nomad ZAI when Grand Group listed. Small world, innit.

But obviously there are no Red Flags here at all."

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