Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Alpha Growth Plc LSE:ALGW London Ordinary Share GB00BYWKBC49 ORD GBP0.001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 2.60 350,500 07:38:22
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2.50 2.70 2.60 2.60 2.60
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial -0.48 -0.05 5
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
08:09:50 O 250,000 2.5101 GBX

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Alpha Growth Daily Update: Alpha Growth Plc is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ALGW. The last closing price for Alpha Growth was 2.60p.
Alpha Growth Plc has a 4 week average price of 1.13p and a 12 week average price of 1.10p.
The 1 year high share price is 3.05p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.93p.
There are currently 183,061,666 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 22,550,009 shares. The market capitalisation of Alpha Growth Plc is £4,759,603.32.
1liam: FactsAlpha Growth plc focuses on proving consultancy, advisory, and supplementary services to institutional and qualified investors worldwide.RISK ANALYSISShareholders have been substantially diluted in the past yearDoes not have a meaningful market cap (£5M)Currently unprofitable and not forecast to become profitable over the next 3 yearsHighly volatile share price over past 3 monthsDYOR
7rademark: Also whilst the BOD refuse to invest in shares at what they call a low and underperforming share price then I cant see how they can expect us to be confident
romeo47: The market cap is around 2.2m at current share price so your calculations are out by 200k. I’m not sure you were ramping as well but I want this Otto work out as much as everyone else.
romeo47: Surely they would only need a share price of 80p for this to be achieved with 126m shares in issue?? I would envisage a few more shares in issue as well so say 150m+ so could be only 65p+ to make a £100m mc. Only time will tell...
7rademark: Usual start up concerns, money, deals revenue, volume has been really light with little demand so the share price moves are painful and frustrating if your screen watching. If the mcap was sat at 10m I'd be concerned but it's now well below 2m
euclid5: yes, saw Quiz today - 50% drop in share price - he was ramping this up to high heavens - he will not have much to say now about them - he forgot that Deb's looks like its going in administration & Quiz will have a knock on effect being in the retail business Quiz shares halved to 17.1p on Thursday morning. Over the past six months, the company has lost more than 80% of its market value.
7rademark: If algw could match Lsaa's mcap of 64m that would give us a share price of 64p. Now How much is a range rover svr
euclid5: Toolsmoker, you are a liar - you posted a few posts back in Sept saying the same thing. The co. turned down £1m of funds - then spoke about large contracts etc. Then you sold into the rise - so you are the one who has the split PD, not me. so how TF does this co turn itself into a £50m cap co with so little cash, BS made up especially when the director fails to back up the future valuation. And fails to back up his words bu buying up some shares, knowing he is getting in fo a huge discount. That to me is talk is cheap - BS walks You know sooner or later they need to raise, to bring more cash into their bank a/c, to grow & expand the business. They need £20k pm for salaries only. And you are lying about the BoD's not taking salaries. So personally you can FO off instead, considering the damage you have done on this co share price. The city is a very small world. As your consortium sold off the bulk of their holding late last year, you couldn't see much hope or future in thier Jan 19 contracts, as you boasted about. Again another pack of lies orchestrated from the twitter ramping crew. Had the F cheek to say " I am hearing Sigma Broking increasing their stake on a TR1 release, whilst you were selling out. Unbelievable the extent you go to & yet still here ramping away.
euclid5: Would help if they exchanged some of their salary for shares. Bod take £145k pa taken from prospectus, and checked with Alpha, Swick is paid £90k. Nearly £250k pa on salaries. Has been no rns that they have swapped salary for shares to preserve capital. And wasn't told that when I spoke to them recently. If they want to get their share price up they can do this by buying shares in the open market or in the next placing whenever that is. Money talks and BS walks.
jprich: Just in case anyone missed it. htTps:// Alternative Assets Class: Bear market mood leaves investors seeking more stable options Equity markets took a dramatic plunge last week. On Friday 26th, global markets recorded their longest losing streak since May 2013 . The MSCI all-country world index, tracking stock markets in 47 developed and emerging countries, closed down 3.7% on Friday. Despite slight gains over the last couple of days, global markets were still down more than eight per cent for the month. Concerns over Brexit negotiations, as well as the dispute between the Italian government and the EU over the country’s budget, have impacted the markets negatively. In fact, indexes have been oscillating since 2016 after the Brexit vote and the election of Donald Trump in the US led to trade wars and political tensions. These factors have been shaking up the market mood more severely, having direct impact over stocks around the globe. Equity shareholders are therefore gearing up to take their investments into other areas. But where? The sentiment is no more positive in the crypto sphere. Aside from its typical volatility, the crypto market started the week low and showed no significant bounce. The cryptocurrency market peaked last year when the price of Bitcoin skyrocketed, reaching $19,000, and the crypto market cap nudged $700 billion. Since then, the Bitcoin price has crashed over 50%, with an ensuing 56% decline of the crypto market cap to $209 billion. The search for investment options that are less reactive to political environment and market volatility, and safer than cryptocurrencies, opens the way for new forms of bond designed to resist market pressure and provide returns even in adverse circumstances. Such options may sound unconventional, but they represent a favourable alternative, as well as being a good portfolio diversifier. According to asset managers, they can act as another source of income generation, potential capital appreciation and good balance of volatility. Stefania Barbaglio, Director at IR firm Cassiopeia Services, which works closely with investors, commented: “Investors are very concerned about the recent market downturn and whether it represents an opportunity to buy, or rather is a warning of a further crash in light of Trump’s policies and the approach of Brexit." "Some investors are switching to the crypto market and ICOs, where the worst seems to have passed and there is still opportunity to make money in an unregulated booming market; while others are playing on long-term market fundamentals such as uranium upturn or are trying to identify stocks that withstand this volatility. Quite a few are selling and cashing up and waiting for the right investment opportunity.” Essentially, it is all about a diversified and balanced investment portfolio, powered by thorough and savvy research. Sometimes it is not about how much money you have to invest, but how smart your investment strategy is. Alternative Assets: Attractive investment option in a bear market Life settlements is a fragmented, niche sector not on the radar of the standard investor, but it should be. These assets are opening a new door for life insurance buyers and sellers. As birth rates go down and life expectancy keeps increasing, life settlements represent a growing asset group and an investment option suited for investors looking towards assets with less volatility and market sensitivity. London-listed innovative alternative asset specialist Alpha Growth plc, (LSE: ALGW) is one of the best positioned companies in this sector. The company has great prospects and excellent growth opportunities through acquisitions of complementary and supplementary service providers. Alpha is planning expansion of the business with organic growth, particularly in Europe and internationally. The business started in the US, but Alpha is seeking to grow in the European, Asian and international markets. Alpha Growth is a financial advisory business providing specialist consultancy, advisory and supplementary services to institutional and qualified investors globally in the multibillion dollar market of longevity assets. With solid experience in the North American market, as well as a global footprint, Alpha is looking to explore young markets. Life settlement markets in Europe, Asia and non-US territories are still immature, but with a growing number of investors, offer great scope for growth and returns. Since listing on the London Market in December last year, Alpha has addressed the growing need for investments which are more flexible and suitable to current market conditions, launching a hybrid bond tailored to meet the high standards of institutional investors; as well expanding its operations with the acquisition of Alpha Longevity Management Limited. Earlier this year, Alpha launched its innovative product: a hybrid security called High Yield Return (HYR). The HYR is an attractive risk yield over a 10-year term with minimal correlation to equity and commodity markets, meaning that investors and insurers are not vulnerable to market volatility and price crashes — a very attractive option in these times. The product is a debt equity hybrid investment, coupled with risk management and quality-rated collateral that provides diversity and safety in return for a range of investors, institutions and insurers. “The market for our services is very niche; we are the only advisory business in this segment with a footprint in the UK and the US, where the assets originate. As an alternative asset, life settlement provides a very high-risk adjusted yield compared to other asset classes. Furthermore, longevity assets are uncorrelated to other financial markets and you know what your return is going to be, your rate is basically locked in,” says Gobind Sahney, Alpha Growth Executive Chairman. The upward journey of the company and the opportunities in this space are reflected in the rise of its share price since IPO at 1.25p, escalating more prominently after the acquisition of Alpha Longevity in September. For more information about Alpha Growth visit the company’s website: hxxp:// and contact PR and IR Representative Stefania Barbaglio at
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