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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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22/9/2016
13:31
Two threads under WPCT neither have 940 posts. LiquidKid 22 Sep '16 - 13:19 - 649 of 650 0 0 Mr Skint, Puhlease don't give any advice to the noob's on here. Going by boobnumb1's numbers the odds look increasingly like a binary options scam - Where they are suiting up to rape you long term pensioners good and proper out of your money. For the head honcho running this scheme see the WPCT thread post 940
freddie ferret
22/9/2016
13:19
Mr Skint, Puhlease don't give any advice to the noob's on here. Going by boobnumb1's numbers the odds look increasingly like a binary options scam - Where they are suiting up to rape you long term pensioners good and proper out of your money. For the head honcho running this scheme see the WPCT thread post 940
liquidkid
22/9/2016
08:20
Herb If and when companies are commercialised and trade 'successfully' this would be likely to be good news for the ALM shareprice. The key words are 'if' and 'when'. I am a shareholder here, although I sold half my holding a year or so ago. ALM is a punt, a gamble. It may pay off, it may not. And if it does, nobody knows when. My advice, FWIW, if you buy, is to invest a small amount for the long-term - 5years?;10years?, and only as much that you can afford to lose. (and don't listen to the fantasists here!)
skinwalker
21/9/2016
11:07
1 = £102 = £203 = £55 ( R Ball)
bobonumber1
21/9/2016
10:30
Skinwalker and other negs to this co, wonder if you can help me. Could you share your opinions on what happens if 1, 2 or 3 of these companies do hit commercialization. It seems to me they are in some very hot market areas i.e Broadband shortage, mobile/IOT Security, Memory technology and various scientific advancements. All these areas have huge potential, and I keep reading positive steps on the news feeds.
herb salade
07/9/2016
21:31
Think what you like guys. The Second Coming is more likely than £55. I was reading the Jefferies (the only broker then covering this stock) note of last September. The share price then was 535 and they had it as a buy with a target of 584. They have no idea either. What I will say, is that many shares have done very well over the last few months, and if you're obsessed with ALM you will have missed the party. I don't think any of the businesses in the ALM portfolio actually trade, let alone profitably. Bringing an idea to market is both expensive and risky. Anyway, good luck to you (Yes, even you down-ticking baby err mice)
skinwalker
07/9/2016
16:56
Yeah, quite right. Whoever posted the last 5 posts must all be nincompoops.
brianarthur1939
07/9/2016
15:19
...and no shortage of them here!
skinwalker
07/9/2016
12:09
the world is full of nincompoops
skinwalker
06/9/2016
13:22
can't imagine why you're ticking me down. I mean it's only an extra £51.71 in order to achieve your target. A mere 1572%. Should be a doddle!
skinwalker
06/9/2016
08:58
well on the way to £55 I see...
skinwalker
01/9/2016
22:47
A thousand years? More? Why have you got a stick in your bottom drawer by the way?
skinwalker
01/9/2016
20:45
Target unchanged. Stick in bottom draw and wait.
r ball
01/9/2016
11:22
Increased my holding on these lows.
value king
01/9/2016
08:44
you're asking a lot in the circumstances jimjim... your man will be raising his target to £60 soon. he'll have some theory about the strength of the yen helping for some reason or other...
skinwalker
01/9/2016
07:20
£55 target.
r ball
31/8/2016
17:43
Blimey... and just 200k traded !!
philanderer
31/8/2016
17:08
Now can you see the man is a plonker?
skinwalker
26/8/2016
08:25
Mr Ball right? Watch this baby fly? Are you bonkers? Do you live in the same secure establishment as Mr Ball? Same room? Nice quilted wallpaper? Its flying in a similar way to that airship/aircraft that hit power cables and crash-landed this week. Far from impressive! Is it too late for you to return to school and try to learn something useful?
skinwalker
25/8/2016
13:08
even ftOldFartVille cant ramp it this morning, hmmm, lol !!
jm2009jm
25/8/2016
12:35
Tks for that, ploughed thru the report myself looking for goodies or gotcha's seemed to me a 'steady as she goes' statement with lots of promise on the horizon. Awaiting the next news on progress (on the large portfolio). Will give it time to settle then look to add ... see also that Woodford continues to participate in cash raising (last but one RNS).
gwatson56
25/8/2016
12:17
Numis note... Allied Minds has interims out PM There’s not much new in them, that i can see PM But it’s a good run through the portfolio PM hxxp://www.investe…1608250700080756I/ PM Only sell side we’ve got on this is a snap from Numis PM ALLIED MINDS: – INTERIMS ALM reports no change to its Group Subsidiary Ownership Adjusted Value (GSOAV) of $535.8m – this is in line with expectations given the portfolio valuation already reflects the uplift in value of Federated Wireless (FW) following the $22m funding round in Jan 16. Allied Minds created two subsidiaries during H1 2016; iBeCa Therapeutics (ABLS III) and ABLS Capital and currently consolidates 25 portfolio co.s – we note the group’s goal to deliver 4-6 new co.s during FY16, tapping into its relationships with leading US Universities and its favourable access into US Government agencies. ALM has reported group cash of $162.6m as at 30 June ($194.8m at 31 Dec), of which we estimate that c.$95m is at the top co level, with the company highlighting that its current cash and financial position takes it ‘through December 2017′ and we note the group maintains significant flexibility in the rate of capital deployment across the portfolio and could also benefit from potential realisations. During H1, ALM invested $31.8m and three subsidiaries raised an additional $99.2m in funding from third party investors. We note H1 news flow from ALM; progressing ABLS II into lead optimisation phase, FW began the certification process with the Federal Communications Commission for its Spectrum Access System, entered into an alliance with wireless industry leaders, and announced partnerships with Telrad and Siemens. Spin Transfer (STT) demonstrated its ST-MRAM technology through the production of a working prototype device. We also note recent progress that SciFluor’s ophthalmology drug candidate, SF0166, is entering phase I/II clinical trials in H2. Allied Minds is trading at 1.8x NAV. PM Nothing that ive seen from Credit Suisse, who came on as co house broker recently Allied Minds PLC (ALM:LSE): Last: 384.29, down 24.71 (-6.04%), High: 417.10, Low: 376.80, Volume: 115.97k PM So volatile that thing 11:50AM HTTP://ftalphaville.ft.com/marketslive/2016-08-25/
philanderer
25/8/2016
09:32
Two plonkers then! (and both mouses)
skinwalker
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