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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
  -0.50 -2.17% 22.50 22.10 24.00 23.30 22.70 23.00 648,992 16:35:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.5 -55.5 -22.0 - 54

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30/7/2020
12:51
I was wondering about the timing, Mirabeau. It didn't start moving until after 10 am BST, which is 5am on the US east coast and 2 am west coast. The news didn't break before the opening auction ... interesting, that. The post about IC/Simon Thompson might explain it, but why not in time for the auction? If that is the reason it might drift down. Are the tech bosses still testifying?
wbodger
30/7/2020
12:25
Not a holder just passing on good news. When Thompson tips a stock it always pops upwards. He's the one tipster who can move a market and he usually publishes around lunch time
mirabeau
30/7/2020
12:24
I think it was a Simon Thompson write-up in his Alpha blog https://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/alpha/2020/07/30/exploit-this-technology-investor-s-margin-of-safety/ This technology investment firm is a classic Ben Graham recovery play. The company fell out of favour under previous management, but shareholders’ fortunes have turned a corner under a new board who have the mandate to realise value from the portfolio. There are some exciting investments that have attracted the interest of heavyweight technology investors in recent funding rounds, adding substance to the likelihood of making profitable exits. This is simply not being priced in with the shares trading on a huge discount to the read through portfolio valuation.
mirabeau
30/7/2020
12:20
Told mentioned in the Investors Chronicle , haven't seen yet.
kooba
30/7/2020
11:55
Pure speculation but with rumours of Nvidia taking out Arm then I assume Spin would be a target ?
bobonumber1
30/7/2020
11:24
Bought 10000 this morning, I am feeling good too.
red ninja
30/7/2020
11:19
yesteday I could not sell some at 39p I am lucky lol
kaos3
30/7/2020
11:08
Oh wondered the sudden interest. Nice surprise.
swinsco
30/7/2020
11:07
I think it's been tipped in the IC
mirabeau
30/7/2020
09:55
Anyone selling today is going to get hammered.. unless this is the start of a sustained market downturn.
swinsco
28/7/2020
10:17
Think both Spin & Federated are in various ex-Woodford funds too, so should be some pressure (beyond CRS) for successful exits. Trade sale easiest but got to fancy float when Nasdaq so strong. Probably nothing imminent for Spin when fundraising so recent. But a lot of leeway in ALM price even if nothing gains a penny from last NAV calc (done, it should be said, not by ALM themselves, tho presumably with a nod & a wink).
spectoacc
27/7/2020
06:53
NAV currently over 90p, I'd hope a good outcome at Federated boosts that considerably. Assuming, of course, Spin at least maintains value (& they added $4m to it just this month, so must have some confidence). No particular opinion on the few others - be more than happy if they just hold their value, on average. Timescale the uncertainty.
spectoacc
26/7/2020
21:09
A good question fly But a difficult one to answer. If fed does the business i think it’ll get bought out. And I think it’ll be for a packet. But how long will it take? And what’s the price ceiling? My b/e is 43p. If we make it to 55-60p I’ll be selling.
walterwhite1
26/7/2020
11:50
A firm market for ALM over the last week, plenty of news articles on the start of the PAL auctions, with several billion $ expected for the licences. Federated wireless product offering is set to become commercial, when is the optimum time for ALM to dispose of it?
flyfisher
20/7/2020
12:23
Pal auction due to start Thursday.. the fun could soon start.
swinsco
19/7/2020
08:30
@Buffettjnr - I'm confident you do, as the beneficial owner remains the same. But I agree it's been too long without a correction.
spectoacc
17/7/2020
08:40
Soectoacc I’m not sure you do keep the voting rights when you convert to a CFD.
buffettjnr
17/7/2020
08:28
Plodding along
robertball
17/7/2020
07:16
On same terms as just over a year ago - not sure that says much for progress/valuation, but at least some strong co-investors: "Spin Memory raises $8.25 million in additional Series B funding Allied Minds plc (LSE: ALM, "the Group"), the IP commercialisation company focused on early stage technology businesses, announces that its portfolio company, Spin Memory ("Spin"), the leading MRAM developer, today secured $8.25 million in additional Series B funding on the same terms as the last closing in April 2019. Allied Minds committed $4.0 million to the round. The Group invested alongside existing investors, Arm, Applied Ventures and Abies Ventures, who collectively committed the remaining $4.25 million. Following this investment, Allied Minds' ownership of Spin's issued share capital is 43.01%; 33.98% on a fully-diluted basis. The funding will support Spin's continued research for MRAM as it continues to explore new discoveries and advances to bring SRAM-like MRAM to the market. As DRAM and SRAM are hitting scaling and efficiency limits, demand for a novel, memory alternative is rapidly growing and with this funding, Spin is working to bring MRAM's potential to reality to meet this market need. "
spectoacc
15/7/2020
15:45
You've hot to laugh - a small spike upwards and a price monitor RNS appears
jpuff
10/7/2020
15:08
Valid point - the numbers work better at DLAR, where CRS did the same/IMO incorrectly RNS'd the same. If you've converted to CFD (which they have) you've still got the voting rights.
spectoacc
10/7/2020
14:59
I'm not sure. Only 3 odd % for crystal. Maybe they took the rest for themselves. Equally if crs have carried that % on a cfd via intertrader then they can't announce a 3% reduction
bobonumber1
10/7/2020
14:47
Surprised they haven't corrected the InterTrader RNS, the beneficial owner still being CRS. Butterfield I've no idea. InterTrader RNS doesn't even name a proxy holder.
spectoacc
10/7/2020
14:36
Nada still regarding butterfield and intertrader. 12.75% for intertrader and 10.3%for butterfield. Where did these shares come from ? Invesco holding 18.4% is plausible. But they are obliged to announce any reduction.
bobonumber1
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