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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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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
10/5/2016
16:13
It's about time the company issued a statement about the extraordinary fall in its share price over the past few weeks. I feel sorry for all holders.
investordave
09/5/2016
16:37
I've now sold my holding in the company. The constant falls in the share price since the price hit 480 a few weeks ago have been too much for me to stomach. Good luck to all holders.
investordave
09/5/2016
09:07
A bit of a rollercoaster here...not sure why the share price should be so volatile...possibly because the AHL's of this world push the trend as far as they can...both ways. Today's weakness may be due to weekend press reports of problems in US private equity - Unicorns turning to Unicorpses etc...but don't see any fundamental reasons for the recent share weakness.
catscats
06/5/2016
10:16
It's very quiet on here. Has everyone bailed out? I can't quite believe that the share price has now hit the lowly price of £3.50. Am hanging on in there but I can't pretend it's easy. I'll never understand why ALM's share price moves so significantly on tiny volumes, especially given that the company is valued at well over £1bn. Can anyone enlighten me on this please?
investordave
28/4/2016
19:26
skinwalker. Many years back I held QXL (an internet auctioneer). Over three years out of four it was the best performing stock on the LSE. It returned over 10,000%. However I did not buy at the bottom so my profit was a lot smaller. ALM will not be as good since it already has a decent market capitalisation, however it is realistic to think that some of its businesses might do well and as a result ALM could multibag. It is lower risk since it holds a portfolio of investments. Short term manipulators and shorters may manipulate, however theirs is a risky game with this stock IMHO. We wait on news of progress.
freddie ferret
27/4/2016
14:53
This bit is hilarious: "we believe that there could be significant potential upside and believe this novel arrangement utilises ALM’s skills in IP commercialisation while reducing clinical and commercial risk" Numnuts A quick run down of Al-lied Milkit's CV IP commercialisation Skills - None - Nothing commercial in 10 years. Drug Research - None - licences from Uni students who are doing the paper Drug development - None. No drugs. Clinical experience - None - show me a clinic. It's all just office space. 'significant potential upside' is the key word here. bet they wake from a cold sweat each morning screaming 'significant potential upside' after nightmares of the evil cabal of shorters. 'Novel Arrangement' Def: a process of fictitious prose with some degree of realism. 'accelerated timeline to monetisation' Bring on Credit Swish - need some moar colour to this.
liquidkid
26/4/2016
20:02
two sides of the same coin. we're all here to try to make some dosh. Shareholders think the share price might be too low/likely to rise. Shorters think the share price is too high. All's fair in love, war and the stockmarket! :-)
skinwalker
26/4/2016
15:43
A lot of us will sabor. Let's hope it happens soon.
investordave
26/4/2016
15:03
I am going to enjoy the scramble for them to close their positions.
sabor1
26/4/2016
08:17
catscats I very much doubt Mr Ball is right. As you say, this is a fund of private equity investments, but for any one to take off, there needs to be a clear route to market. I am a shareholder here, although I sold half my stake a year or so ago - I'm happy to stick around and take the risk. It is trading at a premium to NAV, due entirely to sentiments of "might, maybe and if". One or more of the investments may be brought to market of course, I hope so!, but to suggest that the share price will be £50 is about as absurd as believing Elvis is alive and little green men in spaceships visit when its dark. :-)
skinwalker
26/4/2016
08:05
Why why why do they have to Form of new subsidiary to fund their new subsidiary? why why why is WadFcud bypassng ALM and going direct into these new ventures? ABLS, ALM's until today was the most recent SUBSIDIARY, is now Funded by 'ABLS Capital' both of which are part owned by 4 different parties in an ownership structure now so obfuscated that with all the options and share based payments are going to be impossible to work out to realise any value. Is this this 'new mechanism' of drug discovery in action?
liquidkid
25/4/2016
16:23
Short Seller motto: As long as the market prices $1 bills at $2 we'll short 'till the cows come home. That's a reference to the NAV (1.9x)
liquidkid
25/4/2016
08:24
Mr Ball maybe a health warning before each of your posts? Who knows maybe some gullible novice investors might actually believe you? Can I suggest something like... "ALERT ! I'm a complete plonker and I don't know what I'm talking about. I think ALM will reach £50 one day without ever making a trading profit" That should do it
skinwalker
25/4/2016
08:21
Oh $42.2 million coming from third-party investment. That's none other than that Gru Neil WouldFud. Why no mention? Isn't he like 1% off from having to take the company over? And this stuff wasn't in the news prior to today: Altercated Minds' ownership of HawkItEye 360 was 81.25% as at 31 December 2015, prior to a transfer of HawkItEye 360 shares by Allien Mindwipe to an external investor in February 2016. Spin Transvester Technologies Inc This patent is licensed by STI from the New York University The US Patent Office cancelled several claims on this patent as being invalid over PRIOR ART references.
liquidkid
25/4/2016
07:54
Invested $100 million bucks into unicorn meat factory. Lost $100 million smackeroos. What's not to like? The actual figures are $102.8 -($97.9) so using the proprietary quantum-powered random answer generator it gets a radically positive $4.9 mllion. That's a successful profit in this book.
liquidkid
24/4/2016
14:14
time will tell. all the best with your investments. byeee
r ball
24/4/2016
11:41
No, I don't think so. It's about whether any of the 'bright' ideas can be brought to market, and that's both difficult and expensive even when the idea is a good one
skinwalker
24/4/2016
06:40
results Tuesday. ps: ALM will probably never make a trading profit. it's all about the uplift in value via 2nd round financing.
r ball
23/4/2016
20:13
Fraid so !
skinwalker
23/4/2016
16:05
Yes, but those companies were actually trading and showing a profit! Nothing in the Allied Minds portfolio is trading, let alone profitable. I sold half my ALM holding at just under £7 and I'll sell the other half if ever we reach £6 again. £50 is total fantasy - sorry!
skinwalker
23/4/2016
07:36
spin transfer technology for one. This is one of the few shares than can turbocharge a pension. PS I bought BATS for the equivalent of £4 in 1989 and it's currently over £40. Next (the boring clothes shop) too has gone from 80p to £35 over a simar time period.
r ball
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