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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Allied Minds Plc LSE:ALM London Ordinary Share GB00BLRLH124 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.90 5.42% 17.50 17.00 18.00 16.60 16.60 16.60 10,064 16:35:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.5 -55.5 -22.0 - 42

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20/1/2016
13:01
looks like a dog, smells like a dog, walks like a dog, farts like a dog.... guess what it is?
mrwhits1
19/1/2016
16:49
FT were ramping this horned little pony again on alphavile yesterday. Clearly PM has got his pension is this. here's some of the text: 'no fresh intel' 'the former chairman knocking a few out.' !!! 'It’s still very liquid' (not) 'people have speculated in the past that Allied Minds and Imperial might merge their university businesses — leaving the military stuff as a separate biz.' (slips in the takeover rumour) 'Oh, I’d also note there’s a growing short in Allied Minds, at least against its rather small market cap (sic). Up to 14.7% of free float now. Which puts it top ten in terms of most shorted.' cheeckychappy 1 day ago 'you mean the bid rampers target the shorted stocks as you get better upside price movements from short covering following the release of spurious bid stories?' TheLeggie That Mark Pritchard's stake is now viewed as overhang? doeswalk one can view the shorts as an inverted overhang
liquidkid
18/1/2016
16:59
Like all investments this one is dependent on results, this is a difficult company to value, hence volatility will be large. The share price is also vulnerable to shorting bed wetters and the like.
freddie ferret
18/1/2016
15:20
On target with the 303 But was lucky no-one uses that calibre any more its all 223 - that maybe a technical target for an AR. But look for the volume - it is still too light, the herd needs to stampede first. Then this nag will be an easy shot. Already camo'd up and locked and loaded.
liquidkid
18/1/2016
14:51
With Woodford Patient Capital Trust down 25% since August and 10% from IPO I'm not sure investors are going to be patient enough with him to give him much more capital. There seems to me to be an element of hubris that an investor with a good history of large cap income investing wants to compete in the VC technology & biotech space where there is no indication that he has any competitive advantage.
dangersimpson2
18/1/2016
12:43
I honestly have no idea where to close, or indeed whether to add to my short. It depends a bit on whether Woodford can raise some more patient capital, which is the only thing I think can prevent a slide to much lower.
hpcg
18/1/2016
12:39
Prominent head bob on this particularly rare species of Unicorn just as it goes below the magic 1 billion rainbow dust valuation (£700mn) This is a Grade Level 4 lameness as it is apparent at the random walk evaluation. Pulls the .303 off the rack and looks for the dog food processor number.
liquidkid
12/1/2016
09:58
He still holds 18.425 million shares ....some pressure on the share price to be expected....of all people he knows perfectly that the fair valuation is more in the £2 (give or take) region....
chevalierdaven
11/1/2016
18:32
Two million! How many does he still hold guys please?
gswredland
11/1/2016
17:47
Mark Pritchard selling 2m shares! The third largest shareholder, founder of ALM and recent Chairman and President....surely if he sells with all the insider information he possess, it is a very bearish sign...well so much for "patient capital".... that one is rushing for the exit!
chevalierdaven
05/1/2016
16:57
That spike has set up another lower high. I'd taken my eye off the ball here, looking at the chart I was on holiday at the beginning of November so missed that high, but looks like a great short entry now.
hpcg
12/12/2015
17:35
Neil Woodford's reputation is getting tarnished this month, not only is he taking a loss by finally exiting his long term hold Rolls Royce-call it bad luck? but the Northwest Biotherapeutics ongoing debacle shows his lack of due diligence on early stage/risky stuff and that should be a massive red flag for ALM holders. Quite the same pattern as with ALM-with Northwest B. he bought a just below 30% stake to avoid launching a take-over, he put it in its "Income" fund, and it ends up being a very vaguely articulated investment case.... to stay diplomatic. FT "Northwest Biotherapeutics puts Neil Woodford’s record to the test" http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/56099b04-a001-11e5-beba-5e33e2b79e46.html#axzz3u81Mhz7b ...excerpt ... Jason Hollands, managing director of UK investment adviser Tilney Bestinvest, says: “Investors in the Woodford Equity Income fund might reasonably be asking why on earth a UK fund, which is described as ‘offering exposure to companies that can deliver sustainable dividend growth’, has an illiquid holding in a US biotech stock that has never paid a dividend.” Lets ask the same question for ALM shall we? ALM has no tangible revenues, no dividend, not even a real product or a defined target market..just pipe dreams...and to support it all ALM only has 91p of cash invested and NAV about 176p if I recall well, the marks of which are not external but ALM/Woodford home -made!.... last price @440: mind the gap!
chevalierdaven
08/12/2015
19:51
Roberts- is there really 13mln short at the mo? I thought most of those would have been taken out already
alasdair100new
08/12/2015
17:01
13 million short could get killed if hoped for news Spin and Federated delivers
robertsc
08/12/2015
12:32
Must be suiting up for another placing...or the further fleecing of a certain fund high flyer.
liquidkid
08/12/2015
10:13
That would be good! Get us above £5 and push on from there!
alasdair100new
08/12/2015
06:53
news today?
r ball
30/11/2015
09:38
Can't understand the magic? No need the FT Can explain it all for you. http://ftalphaville.ft.com/2015/11/26/2145973/an-end-to-dropped-us-cellphone-connections-well-maybe/ Unfortunately after reading that I am none the wiser about Flippinhated Wii-lost (FW). They seem like a pretty nasty bunch those Alphavile characters - Even went as far as hurting Kerrisdale's feelings. The FT conclude that because INTEL are involved its gotta be a money maker right! Are they talking Intel, the processor dinosaur or Intel, the waterboarding information dominator? So here's my take on the tech with some weapons grade research: 5G for idiots? HTTP://www.federatedwireless.com/solutions/cinq-xp/ HTTPS://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6PYBvy2cGlA CINQ XP Easy-to-Use Interface CINQ XP provides mobile network operators and service providers with a platform to plan and visualise their networks for licenced shared access. With Rich data analytics and visualization. - Looks like gamification to me. The networks surely already have this completely mapped out. Verizon have whole departments solely gathering signal data. CINQ XP’s cloud-based platform provides mobile network operators and service providers a new economic model to cost effectively and seamlessly extend NETWORKS INDOORS. - Only use is indoors???? I thought the spectrum was going to be useful to people out in the desert (near area 51) needing a signal while they are burying their ill gotten gains for safekeeping. Access to a new model of shared spectrum that combines the quality and predictability of licensed spectrum with the low cost and versatility of unlicensed spectrum - i.e. you use your mobile signal and WiFi while siting on your sofa....INDOORS. So in summary the business model appears to be: bring the Cloud Inside. Intel, Bringing a Cloud Inside. ding dung ding dong ding HTTPS://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6MHct4wtalg
liquidkid
28/11/2015
11:09
I have to admit I too totally struggle to understand any of ALM's RNS about their underlying ventures, those high-risk, early stage very long term bets on tech and life sciences that all sound very Jamesbondish and NASAesques but I am no rocket scientist so it is beyond my grasp. ALM CEO Silva says "“We think we’re sort of our own asset class,” well it is all mumbo jumbo to me! I wonder if private investors are not putting too much faith in Woodford's investment skills, that they are sort of giving up any due diligence and effort to understand the portfolio and the business prospects of those mysterious techs. After all Woodford just like most average investors he has his fair share of failures-for this period just have a look at DRAX and ROLLS ROYCE.
chevalierdaven
12/11/2015
17:37
Remaining firm in a generally cxxx market!
freddie ferret
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