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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
  0.20 0.99% 20.50 20.50 21.00 20.90 20.10 20.30 2,058,425 16:29:45
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.5 -55.5 -22.0 - 50

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27/3/2020
13:37
They have been forced sellers in lots of stocks. Not exclusively Woodfords
bobonumber1
26/3/2020
18:19
havent Invesco been forced sellers of all their ex Woodford holdings? I am thinking specifically of CIR and NSF
johnhelme2704
26/3/2020
16:58
Invesco or GIC. But I think Invesco got a cash call
bobonumber1
26/3/2020
16:15
Wow - Invesco? Haven't sold a share in ALM (tho haven't added either!) as I can't see the two main tech businesses being that much affected. Or at least - can see them both coming through the other side. Also the cash at co level is a reassurance.
spectoacc
26/3/2020
15:58
looks like a big shareholder is gone at 22p - wait on the RNS to see who it is and the buyer - could be what has been holding the price down. wishful thinking...
catscats
20/3/2020
08:22
Where would the share price be if not for CA buying ?
bobonumber1
19/3/2020
17:58
Hur results out today. Malcy thinks they are good. So do i
johnhelme2704
19/3/2020
00:01
frazboy, you sound like you have a good strategy at this mo in time. So good luck. I'm well down here so hope for a swift recovery and some game changing news.
backinblack80
18/3/2020
08:45
This must be getting to the point where it's attractive to PE.
frazboy
16/3/2020
00:13
frazboy, I'm not currently invested in HUR. However, I do know HUR and was surprised that you stated 'I think HUR is worthless even if oil recovers'I acknowledge that you are not short HUR but would be grateful if you would justify your statement...
backinblack80
15/3/2020
10:13
No, I’m not short HUR. For what it’s worth I don’t have any information that’s not in the public domain. But I do have the advantage of having worked in the oil industry for 10 years as a reservoir engineer/technical manager. And, in short, that experience is what keeps me away from HUR as an investment. Definitely a high risk high reward punt tho, best of luck with that. And I hope it works too, the U.K. could do with the energy security success would provide.
frazboy
14/3/2020
22:38
'I think HUR is worthless even if oil recovers but that’s a matter for another day' Eh? frazboy, pls do explain... Have you completely lost your mind? You must have a massive short on HUR.......
backinblack80
14/3/2020
20:41
Specto - do you think the cash burn rate of the investments will be affected by the CRS appointment...? Not sure it'll make too much difference although central costs will definitely be reduced (as we know)I think HUR is worthless even if oil recovers but that's a matter for another day.
frazboy
14/3/2020
07:58
I think the "burning/distributing" is less of an issue since the Board changes/CRS's involvement. ...On which note, what a mess CRS has been the past 6 months or so, and what a disaster it looks now. ALM - great, but well down. HUR - possibly worthless if oil stays down? ReddeNTG - not a sector you'd want to be in. Largest holding DLAR - disaster area. Still in ALM, couldn't bring myself to sell it down here, but glad to have had the 12p/share back, does derisk it a little.
spectoacc
12/3/2020
10:16
Still holding off here. Not sure how much lower they can go - in the short term. Net cash at the holding company level @ 60% of MC @ YE 2019 by my estimate. But they are of course still burning/distributing it. And the market is of course not going to pay the funding round valuations for those assets in the current environment. I think! Still, you've got to be pretty pessimistic not to see an okay return here from this level.
frazboy
11/3/2020
17:47
see you at 2p
itsnotmeitsy0u
10/3/2020
16:33
It will change nothing. Harry has been with the Co for years and equally inept as the rest of them.
bobonumber1
10/3/2020
14:42
No comments on the directorate change ? Hopefully it will move the improve the boards attitude. Allied Minds plc (LSE: ALM), the IP commercialisation company focused on early stage company development within the technology sector, has appointed Harry Rein, currently Senior Independent Director, as Chairman. He succeeds Jeff Rohr, who has stepped down. Additionally, Bruce Failing has been appointed as Non-Executive Director. Both appointments are with immediate effect. Bruce has over 30 years of management and investment experience in the areas of media and consumer products, applied technology and logistics management. He founded and currently is the General Partner of Alerion Partners. Previously, he was CEO of Productivity Solutions, Electronic Retailing Systems and Actmedia, and Executive Chairman of ScentAir Technologies and Lamaze Publishing & the Newborn Channel. Bruce attended Tufts University (1971) and holds an MBA from Harvard Business School (1973). Bruce will assume the Senior Independent Director role, Chair the Remuneration Committee and be on the Nomination and Audit Committees. Mark Lerdal will Chair the Audit Committee. Harry will Chair the Nomination Committee. Harry Rein, Non-Executive Chairman, commented: "On behalf of the Board, I extend our deepest thanks and appreciation to Jeff for his many dedicated years of service on the Board and the leadership and support he has provided over the past six years. "I welcome Bruce to the Board. His operational and management experience and expertise is invaluable and positions him perfectly to help us. "I look forward to becoming Chairman and continuing to work closely with my fellow directors as we execute on our strategy of delivering shareholder value by focusing on our existing portfolio." There are no further details in relation to Mr. Failing's appointment which require disclosure pursuant to Listing Rule 9.6.13.
red ninja
10/3/2020
12:58
If it's not going to spread across America, I'd be interested to know why not. Africa is the one for me - it'll be incubated there no matter what China, Italy, UK shut-downs occur. But - in 12-18 months we'll have a "partially effective" vaccine. Let's hope that's sooner.
spectoacc
10/3/2020
11:10
In America the stats for Covid-19 seem low. However, when you understand that you have to pay for your own test at not an inconsiderable cost it's easy to understand why the US figures are low. Thus it would seem that there is a real chance that a considerable outbreak will be building in the US.
red ninja
10/3/2020
09:54
I fear I may be married to it - haven't been this convinced on further falls since 2001! Honestly, market bouncing on possible Trump tax cuts, what are people on? I'd feel a lot better if Italy got contained, in the same way eg Singapore and (possibly) China/Korea have. Not without massive disruption, but as an investor you can at least look past it. I struggle to look past eg the rest of Europe, and UK, experiencing the same lockdowns. And Africa, where it may be so much harder to contain. Also struggling with this Italian death rate - c.30k tested, 9,172 infected, 462 deaths (so far - more of those 9k to die unfortunately), health service utterly overwhelmed (and more slack in it than ours). Either Italy have a lot more cases than they've found, in which case it's spreading much wider, or the death rate is crazy high (which itself may help end the outbreak of course - SARS was c.9%). Is any of that priced in, anywhere? Doesn't seem to be, to me. But next few weeks should make things clearer.
spectoacc
10/3/2020
09:34
SpectoAcc - I agree with your view, though I am not married to it. In these circumstance genuine value investing works (not the dividend based nonsense). As I tend to have a large short book I can comfortably ignore volatility in holdings such as ALM, and add if they really drop to low levels, which hasn't been the case here.
hpcg
10/3/2020
09:30
After Covid-19! Gosh, if it gets into and across America, what's to stop it? Needs either a swift resolution or no US spread. Isn't even universal healthcare, I'd be pretty scared looking at Italy. However, when all blown over/a working vaccine, markets can get going again in style, and should be a wall of money for floats etc. So I'm going "a year to 18 months", assuming no trade sale first. Perfectly happy to sit on cashed-up ALM in the meantime. (For the avoidance of doubt - I think the markets are going considerably lower, with a lot of indebted co's going to the wall).
spectoacc
10/3/2020
09:23
We have had a few press releases with positive news for federated wireless, which seems to be ahead of schedule and increasing its customer base. Any thoughts on when and how ALM will be able to monetise its holding.
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