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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
  0.00 0.0% 20.00 20.00 21.00 20.10 20.10 20.10 84,166 16:35:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.5 -55.5 -22.0 - 48

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10/6/2019
07:08
Allied Minds - Directorate Change and Business Update @Allied Minds https://www.voxmarkets.co.uk/rns/announcement/82bad009-bcd9-4848-8f58-54c0edbf2cf7
swinsco
09/6/2019
21:42
Crystal Amber who have been buying up stock are looking to break the company up in a couple of weeks at AGM. Personally, Can't see much shorting going on where Allied are concerned.
swinsco
09/6/2019
20:12
ft saying patient is most heavily shorted stock in ftse350, every holding will be smashed over coming weeks, there will be a time to buy, probably when things look alot worse, woodford collapse/hard sxxtshow brexit etc...but not yet, long way to fall, will go past previous lows.
porsche1945
08/6/2019
13:40
Actually I was wrong. On reading the RNS again Woodford did not sell at all but there was a transfer of shares out of his management, possibly connected with StJames Place or, if not, another entity who dismissed him. Still it is interesting that neither Allied Mind nor Burford, the two most commonly mentioned ‘blighted̵7; stocks in connection with Woodford, seem to be dropping.
nigwit
07/6/2019
15:14
NigWit agree.
r ball
07/6/2019
12:59
Things all setting up for 28th
ragnarr
07/6/2019
12:54
Interesting. According to today's RNS, Woodford has sold 5% of the total stock this week and is down from a 28.1% to a 23.22% stake but it hasn't had much effect on the share price. I may be jumping to conclusions but this implies to me that the transaction was off-market and the stock was picked up by another large investor, (speculating, perhaps Crystal Amber are still-building.) If so, we can expect another notification from the buyer. Anyhow, I've taken it as a signal to adopt a contrary position and add more myself since Woodford selling out without the shares tanking has to be a good sign
nigwit
07/6/2019
12:47
Holdings RNS out. Woodfords reduced.
blueball
06/6/2019
11:43
The valuations on all Woodford' unlisted cxxp about to be found out, .20p in the pound probably about right. Him having to reduce his stupidly huge weightings in the listed stuff will help the shares down the line as he has distorted and reduced liquidity, he has been abso toxic for every company he has gone near especially where he has got involved like Stobart, sooner hes out and closed down the better. Kerrisdale called it on this complete sham. Just a pigs trough for fees for the platforms. FCA as usual turn up so late all they can do is count the bodies.
porsche1945
05/6/2019
15:19
Test and Measurement: Charter to test large enterprise CBRS network Cable company Charter Communications plans to build a 100-node private network at its offices in Centennial, Colorado, using the Citizens Broadband Radio Service spectrum at 3.5 GHz to test the technology’s ability to support an enterprise network located mostly indoors. According to an Special Temporary Authority application approved this week by the Federal Communications Commission, Charter said that it will install about 100 base stations and use about 500 fixed and mobile devices during the testing. “The number of devices is largely driven by the operational environment Charter intends to trial, that of an Enterprise Campus deployment of private LTE,” Charter said, with 95% of the base stations installed as indoor devices in Charter-occupied buildings. Those base stations’ “already low emissions should barely penetrate the building exteriors, and therefore contribute nearly nothing to the aggregate noise floor outdoors,” the company added. The devices will also be primarily operated indoor and only during specific testing periods to figure out the network’s response to loading, Charter said. In general, the company said it wants to conduct the CBRS testing to explore coverage, capacity, and propagation characteristics, get a better understanding of the technology and “network potential in the band.” Charter said it plans to install on existing structures or poles both indoors and out, as well as in its wireless lab. It will use Federated Wireless’ Spectrum Access System, but noted that there are not any fixed satellite service earth stations operating in proximity. Charter said that the CBRS devices being tested will be operated by its employees during working hours, and that it “will evaluate propagation characteristics, conduct connectivity and throughput testing, and include assessment of inter-cell interference, mobility characteristics, Spectrum Access System compatibility and individual performance of multiple vendors’ devices.” The permission for testing is effective as of June 5 and runs through December 3 of this year. On a related note, three more companies — Commscope, Federated Wireless, and Google — recently joined Nokia in being approved as Certified Professional Installer Training Program Administrators for the CBRS band. The CPI program administrators are approved through the Wireless Innovation Forum; WInnForum said that more than 20 professional installers for CBRS have already been certified. Richard Bernhardt, chair of the CBRS Operations Working Group within WInnForum, called certification of professional installers “a critical element” for initial commercial deployment. “Establishment of the certification program is one of the final steps toward full launch of the CBRS band,” Bernhardt added.
ragnarr
05/6/2019
14:44
The article also mentions the opposite possibility "All of this will come out in the wash – and if investors are fortunate, the fund’s investments will start going back up in value and being blocked from selling out will be good news."
ragnarr
05/6/2019
13:53
Esri brings new satellite data, tools into platforms June 4, 2019 SAN ANTONIO — Mapping technology giant Esri announced a new imagery exploitation tool, ArcGIS Excalibur, in addition to partnerships with BAE Systems, Harris Geospatial, HawkEye 360 and Microsoft. ArcGIS Excalibur is designed to streamline search, discovery and image analysis for Esri ArcGIS enterprise customers, Esri announced May 31, ahead of the 2019 GEOINT Symposium here. Esri also is expanding partnerships with companies supplying data from satellites and other sources. Through software integration, Esri is seeking to help people who are not geographic information system (GIS) specialists work with and make sense of various types of geospatial data. For example, Esri’s enterprise geospatial platform offers customers new tools to ingest data from HawkEye 360’s satellites. HawkEye 360 unveiled its first RF mapping product in April, which draws on information gathered by three satellites launched in December to detect and geolocate the source of radio frequency signals. “Our spatial analysis capabilities can compare Hawkeye 360 RFGeo signal product datasets to other geospatial data sets, such as third party AIS, identifying critical spatial-temporal intersections,”; Jeff Wilson, Esri startup program manager, said by email. “This allows analysts to derive signals of interest that may indicate activity such as a ship in transit with no AIS signal or perhaps an emergency beacon emitting too far from shore to be detected by land-based sources.” Esri’s web-based platforms can deliver the RF signals data to customers immediately, Wilson added. Harris also created a tool for Esri’s ArcGIS Pro, a mapping and analytics platform, that allows customers to analyze multispectral and hyperspectral imagery. Harris’ latest tool augments ENVI SARscape, a platform that brings in data from space and airborne platforms. The tool, which is designed around specific tasks like flood mapping or ship detection, will make it easier for customers to analyze and draw meaningful answers from synthetic aperture radar (SAR) data, Brian Beha, Esri national government partner manager, said by email. More SAR data is becoming available as governments and companies expand their fleets of radar satellites. Esri already offers access to free data from the European Commission’s Sentinel-1 SAR satellites in its ENVI SARscape analytics for ArcGIS Pro. Since SAR sensors can image through clouds and during the night, it is a valuable dataset allowing for persistent analytic capabilities, even when optical imagery is not effective, Beha said.
ragnarr
05/6/2019
13:50
Will just sink now over next few months to sub .50. Valuations all questionable and the toxic nature of everything " Woodford " will go on and on as they try and manage down the EIF mess over the next 6-12 months.
porsche1945
05/6/2019
13:43
Ursa Space Systems and HawkEye 360 fuse radar, RF June 4, 2019 SAN ANTONIO — Geospatial data analytics company Ursa Space Systems is joining forces with HawkEye 360 to offer new products combining synthetic aperture radar and radio frequency data. “Fusing radar and signals data is a logical step,” Derek Edinger, Ursa co-founder and chief strategy officer, told SpaceNews at the 2019 GEOINT Symposium. “It’s good for finding ships as well as terrestrial activity.” Commercial firms and government agencies often identify ships through their Automatic Identification System (AIS) transponders. Ships conducting illegal activity, like fishing or oil transport in defiance of embargoes, either operate without transponders or turn them off to evade detection. HawkEye 360 can still find the ships by homing in on radio communications or radar signals, said Chris DeMay, HawkEye 360 founder and chief technical officer. HawkEye 360 launched its first three satellites in December and unveiled its first RF mapping product in April. The spacecraft fly in formation to geolocate radio frequency signals. “HawkEye 360 brings a new dataset that is very powerful on its own,” DeMay said. “The companies that will succeed in the geospatial world are the ones that are able to fuse valuable datasets.” HawkEye 360 gathers RF data throughout the day and night regardless of weather conditions with very broad coverage, DeMay said. When HawkEye 360 satellites detect activity like the transmission of VHS push-to-talk radio communications on a ship that is not transmitting AIS, the company can tip-off Ursa to obtain SAR imagery, he added. Ursa specializes in creating data products that draw on SAR. Ursa has established partnerships with many of the world’s radar satellite operators to create what it calls “a virtual SAR constellation.”; Initially, Ursa and HawkEye plan to focus on maritime monitoring. Later, they will investigate land applications where HawkEye 360 also can cue Ursa’s virtual SAR constellation.
ragnarr
04/6/2019
11:22
Managed to nab a few at 73.6p
volsung
04/6/2019
10:04
Woodford is certainly having an effect on my holdings today. I'm treating it as an opportunity to buy at discount as long as the stocks were in an upward trend. so will buy a few more here shortly
volsung
04/6/2019
09:50
Hello I think the market must have discounted a lot for any forced sales already. After all they're not much of a surprise given the sustained publicity around Woodford's funds. I took it as an opportunity to continue building my position but found I could buy only in tranches of £1000 at a time and each buy affected the price. I'd take that to mean that there is very little willingness to sell or much liquidity.
nigwit
04/6/2019
09:27
Yes not sold one share average price 65p.
blueball
04/6/2019
08:43
Are you still in here blueball if you don't mind me asking?
investordave
04/6/2019
08:38
Looks that way shame really. He paid over 200p a share for ALM.
blueball
04/6/2019
08:36
The Woodford effect taking hold. It had to happen I suppose.
investordave
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