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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
  -1.30 -5.83% 21.00 21.00 22.80 22.60 21.00 22.30 274,552 16:29:40
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.5 -55.5 -22.0 - 51

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/11/2018
19:56
ltcm1 - I think that some of the investments have a chance of making money for ALM shareholders (Spin Memory, maybe). But ALM needs to conserve cash by killing off its losers to leave a core of worthwhile prospects. The other - obvious - thing is that the chart is the wrong shape for a speculative buy unless some unexpected news is released. I still might, though not yet.
jonwig
27/11/2018
19:06
Seems you were spot on with your analysis here jonwig.
ltcm1
23/11/2018
18:36
jonwig - Cannot agree more - If they were any good they would be leiving in a tax haven and dealing own account - How mnay er make it? - Answers on the back of a postage stamp please !!
pugugly
23/11/2018
17:56
steve3 - yes, I remember being advised (by a stockbroker) at the time to bargepole it. Ever since, I've treated brokers with some caution!
jonwig
23/11/2018
16:07
I recall buying J Hepworth (Next) at 11p. Sadly I took a very early profit a few days later. Sorry, no view on ALM.
steve3sandal
23/11/2018
11:30
PUG - Spin memory might be a success. But ALM holds only about 49%, and there's a preferred ownership of $38m before the equity kicks in. On top of that, their last funding round involved convertible preference shares. So that's a lot of prior owners before ALM takes a share on IPO or buyout. I read somewhere that the life sciences were less likely to succeed than the tech. Shares just never recover from this kind of chart, unfortunately. Well, I know of just one example: Next fell to 7p in 1988 and its recovery was a seeming miracle.
jonwig
23/11/2018
10:37
40p???!!! How much is Woodford still holding here???
ltcm1
22/11/2018
16:26
capital raise coming, run out of money, prepare for dilution
porsche1945
20/11/2018
17:11
Chip meltdown
robertball
20/11/2018
16:07
The most recent news on ALM is about a week old (Warning, the photo here may be upsetting to some) - Https://www.pro*activeinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/209094/jefferies-has-reason-to-believe-in-allied-minds-as-spin-memory-completes-us52mln-series-b-funding-round-209094.html NB: remove the asterisk if using, as our hosts don't like that site. Nor do I, much. A better link: Https://www.extremetech.com/computing/280477-spin-memory-arm-applied-materials-ink-joint-mram-agreement
jonwig
20/11/2018
15:55
Yes it's falling. It has done this before note April.
freddie ferret
20/11/2018
13:17
Trouble is the smell still lingers.
ltcm1
20/11/2018
09:08
Looks like somebody has!
coppers
15/11/2018
13:00
getting there faster than i thought....Woodfords massive holdings in builders being destroyed today, wonder how long before they cant cope with redemptions and the sxxt hits, from hero to zero in three short years.
porsche1945
14/11/2018
14:43
directors were bailing out of this in the spring at about a quid, tells you all you need to know, Crest N directors did the same at same time before shares went from 5.50 to 3....playtech boss did same before that tanked, big director sells when biz is wobbly a great warning sign....my prediction on these is about 12-18 pence by March, Woodford has no money left, quite the opposite, to try and hold these up....dump em now while you can still get something back.
porsche1945
14/11/2018
09:07
No it is interesting Rob. What is the case for buying more specifically???
ltcm1
13/11/2018
21:12
Binary bet. Target price £100 if STT or Fed Wireless or Whiteward Encrytiln take off. Just saying.
robertball
13/11/2018
16:52
This may have found a temporary floor imho. Time will tell.
freddie ferret
13/11/2018
11:07
@alas'. Negative? Im making very good money shorting loads of these and I follwed Kerrisdale on both this rubbish and Prothena and cleaned up. Maybe you would be better off being realistic rather than labelling things either negative or positive, the ftse is a poor index full of rubbish, the UK is a basket case thanks to brexit and it is dragging down the indexes, AM has gone from 6.50 to .60p.....its utter cxxp and will be down to pennies shortly, get real and you might stop losing money and start making it.
porsche1945
12/11/2018
16:56
Actually volume is a bit higher than usual - it's never had good liquidity.Great news today as well securing a partner. If they can commercialise in 2019 as they plan then this will take off big time:You seem to be a new member Porsche- all your posts on the boards you participate on are very very negative. Seems like you have an agenda....
alasdair100new
12/11/2018
14:52
liquidity in these becomming non existant,could soon get very difficult to move, with article in Times over weekend about redemptions piling up at Woodford could be some serious issues for punters that hang on, spose thats what happens when you cxxp.
porsche1945
09/11/2018
12:52
AUTL $38.89* 7.69 ??
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