Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Allied Minds LSE:ALM London Ordinary Share GB00BLRLH124 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.10p -4.34% 68.40p 405,350 16:35:15
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
70.10p 73.70p 78.00p 69.50p 73.30p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 5.00 -111.01 -32.00 163.8

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Allied Minds Daily Update: Allied Minds is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ALM. The last closing price for Allied Minds was 71.50p.
Allied Minds has a 4 week average price of 69.50p and a 12 week average price of 69.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 190p while the 1 year low share price is currently 69.50p.
There are currently 239,496,156 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 124,505 shares. The market capitalisation of Allied Minds is £163,815,370.70.
skinwalker: Do you mean 'binary bet' Mr Ball? On a scale of 1 to 100, how do you rate the chance of a £50 share price within five years?
matrix25: Algoes mainpulating the share price !!.
philanderer: Alphaville :-) We should mention Allied Minds briefly, cos they have a bit of satellite news out this morning PM This BridgeSat thing has got extra funding PM Which is perhaps interesting in that Allied Minds has to get alternative sources of fresh funding now for its underlying ventures PM Cos Invesco is clearly not funding them going forward PM And Woodford is probably too stressed now on the matter to do much more PM For what it's worth, some of the people round the founders reckon the new CEO at the company really doesnt mind about the ever-shrinking share price Allied Minds PLC (ALM:LSE): Last: 145.30, down 3.1 (-2.09%), High: 147.70, Low: 144.00, Volume: 170.97k 12:00 pm PM She hasn't had her options set yet... HTTPS://
philanderer: "Neil Woodford bats off Allied Minds share plunge as "short-term noise" " Well-known City investor Neil Woodford has dismissed a share price plunge at Allied Minds, which his company owns just under a third of, as "short term noise" which misses the bigger picture. Intellectual property group Allied Minds said on Wednesday that seven of its subsidiaries would be sold or wound down as part of a $146.6m (£118m) writedown of costs, causing its share price to tumble more than 20pc. Mr Woodford, whose company invested an extra £15m in Allied Minds last December, batted off the double-digit fall by arguing that "share price movement can miss the longer-term opportunity". Defending the decision, he said that the "sensible" restructure could help "accelerate the creation of long-term value for shareholders". The subsidiaries which the Boston-based company plans to drop include a tinnitus treatment firm, a food disease killing company and a business which disinfects cashew kernels. Jill Smith, who became Allied's interim chief executive last month after co-founder Chris Silva stepped away from the business, said that this was a "necessary step in refocusing the company on the areas where we have most potential" and would ultimately benefit shareholders. News of the restructure and the subsequent share price reaction, not helped by Silva's sudden departure some weeks earlier, come weeks ahead of Allied's full-year results. Mr Woodford's company is one of the largest shareholders in Allied with a holding of over 28pc, or almost 66 million shares. He is refusing to show any sign of concern, however, insisting that the recent events had not put him off the sector. "The businesses we have backed [in this industry] have diverse portfolios of young, disruptive businesses with significant long-term potential," he said. "Short-term noise and share price movement can miss the longer-term opportunity. The announcement from Allied Minds this morning should be seen in that context." HTTP://
sabor1: I see the free float has doubled with recent fund raising, is this likely to impact the share price?
liquidkid: OK I'll take the bait...hook line and sinker....the rod, the boat and all the desperates now underwater. There ain't no lifejackets here. Here's some random numbers, 55p worth: The hunt for the $1000000000 unicorn. Baron Greenback Woodfeld's holding in ALM is circa 30% worth but his purfurred shares the total amount of which is around $90mn are potentially worth infinitey more. Convertibel preferrred Shares CPS are above ordinary shares in a liquidity event are akin the bonds in their characterisitcs. Here's a scenario you vunerable investors are hoping for lets say BodgeSat or Foreskinpeeler or ScareFluor shoots to da moon in 10 years from now and is going to IPO valued at $1bn. There can be only one of the portfolio because many of them will fail along the way - that's the odds. ($1bn dollars by the way because everything with this is US based the only thing in Pounds is the share price.) The 10 year horizon to payout is the minimum here because for one $1bn unicorn to IPO it has to have a good history of generating cash revenue. Which none of the ALM subsidiaries have at present. None. Nada. Nyet. So Cephalobotics unicorn hits the market at $1bn but Alien Mind only owned 51% of the ordinarys the preferrered holders get in by right of first refusal before the commoners are compensated. so Woodfeld is effecively double dipping here. There's another catch: Woodfeld & the Exec get all the money if there is an IPO. prefereds also get a fat cash accumulated dividend before the ordinarys. The CEO & the Exec gets circa 20% So finally after a 10 year wait, ALM shareholders get nothing. Can you see what Baron 'Woodfeld' Greenback has done all this tinkering has broken the model. Which was: The yanking of UK investors with military grade IP. This model has reached its nadir. 55p
herb salade: LKID If spin transfer does hit commercialization what in your opinion would happen to the share price of ALM, saw a great note today from them. you are the most neg about this Co so interested to get your view. Cheers Herb
catscats: A bit of a rollercoaster here...not sure why the share price should be so volatile...possibly because the AHL's of this world push the trend as far as they can...both ways. Today's weakness may be due to weekend press reports of problems in US private equity - Unicorns turning to Unicorpses etc...but don't see any fundamental reasons for the recent share weakness.
skinwalker: two sides of the same coin. we're all here to try to make some dosh. Shareholders think the share price might be too low/likely to rise. Shorters think the share price is too high. All's fair in love, war and the stockmarket! :-)
dangersimpson2: I'm bearish on valaution & momentum I'm afraid. When you have a company like this the long term value is what the subsiduaries are worth. If these are successful then the value of these will increase, if they are not they will decrease. It is the nature of these early stage companies that they are very hard to value. You essentially have 2 ways of doing this - 1 is the directors opinion, the second is the read-through value from external investments into the company or equity value if the company is seperately listed. This is what they call the ownership adjusted value. The directors are naturally optimistic about the future of these companies so we can safely assume that they are not intentionally undervaluing their subsiduiries. When we do see an uplift in OAV it is based on the successful companes raising external financing. In the last 6 months we have seen OAV uplifts in 2 ALM subsiduiries STT & Scifluor to give a total OAV of $481m. After investments they have $195m cash left minus any cash burn over the last 6 months. This means that the current best guess value of the company is £1.94/share (fully diluted). It may be right to value the company at a premium to OAV + cash if you believe that OAV will increase over time but 3.5xOAV? Seems excessive to me. Given the risks that early stage companies have to buy ALM now on valuation terms you would have to believe it's true value is something like 5 time what the ALM directors are telling you their company is worth - is that really likely? So why has ALM got to £7? I think it's due to the reputation of Woodford and share price momentum. These can all be good reasons to invest in a company but you have to be clear that this is why you are investing not based on valuation. So what about these going forward? It seems from the SciFluor deal that any Woodford investment is now happening at the subsiduary level - hardly surprising when he is getting 3.5x more for his money. And share price momentum seems to have stalled at £7. Therefore to invest here as a PI you need to be confident that you can value the subsiduaries of ALM better than its own directors since otherwise valuation, momentum and reputation are now going against you. Seems a tall ask to me.
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