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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Alphawave Ip Group Plc LSE:AWE London Ordinary Share GB00BNDRMJ14 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  8.60 5.26% 172.20 172.50 174.90 176.60 156.40 161.10 1,686,534 16:26:30
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment - - - - 1,145

Alphawave Ip Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/11/2021
20:19
Really disappointing action today. Got to hope 180p doesn't break decisively to the downside triggering another major leg down
davidro77
17/11/2021
16:31
Still can't break resistance @200p !
masurenguy
16/11/2021
21:15
Let's see if it can break 200p decisively or if this is another head fake
davidro77
16/11/2021
19:02
All one can do is add on weakness, rewards next year, store away for the winter
ny boy
16/11/2021
17:22
So this has bounced off 180ish three times since "the big crash" which itself bounced off 175 (the same basically) so I've opened a small position in the hope (fingers crossed) this is now the starting point for forward momentum...
kind woodcutter
16/11/2021
16:17
Well done. Sandeep. I am tempted to average down as I bought much higher!
moormoney
16/11/2021
16:11
I caught the falling knife last week and feeling very rich today.
sandeep67
16/11/2021
15:33
I hope so.🤞
moormoney
12/11/2021
08:55
Very volatile these last few days. Something has to give up towards one direction somehow. Could be the reversal has come.
fuji99
12/11/2021
07:05
Main institutional and publicy announced investors in AWE. Project AuroraIP Ltd, Jersey: 266.58m: 40.09% BlackRock Investment Management (UK): 67.93m: 10.22% BlackRock Advisors LLC: 38.41m: 5.78% Henderson Global Investors: 20.78m: 3.13% CI Financial Corp: 20.68m: 3.11% Invesco Advisers: 12.50m: 1.88% Franklin Advisers: 11.07m: 1.67% Artisan Partners LP: 6.73m: 1.01% Aberdeen Asset Managers: 6.61m: 0.99% JPMorgan Asset Management (UK): 6.50m: 0.98% Legal & General Investment Management: 5.36m: 0.81% Amati Global Investors: 4.80m: 0.72%
masurenguy
12/11/2021
00:44
Well that bounce didn't last long! Downtrend still firmly in place here. When will it end? Don't try to catch the falling knife??
davidro77
11/11/2021
17:32
Agree! if its good enough for Mr Buffet then its certainly good enough for me. Just bought a fair few of these to tuck away, I wont hold as long as the 20+ year stocks in my portfolio,mainly because theres a fair chance I shall be dead by then!! I intend to liquidate my whole portfolio in about 8 years time,to aid me in living a life of total debauchery,before I shed this mortal coil.Good luck to all my fellow AWE shareholders
the lockkeeper
09/11/2021
17:59
Interestingly held gains into the close, short term bottom looks in place, just need some contract wins to give it a prod north!
ny boy
09/11/2021
15:32
For long term investors, just set a sell limit order with your broker of say £5, £6 etc. so nobody can borrow your stock for shorting.
fuji99
09/11/2021
14:56
Shorters closing out.
simonlevert
09/11/2021
14:55
Those trading algorithms used by hedge funds shorting are currently signaling “close positions”. The algorithms are fairly simple and momentum led. Once the stock starts to reverse the algorithm follows the stock price trend - in this case, up, and advises closing some of the short positions - which is why you will see upward spikes. Don’t forget that borrowing stock to short means the clock is ticking. That stock has to be repaid in a few weeks with the possibility of unlimited losses.
simonlevert
09/11/2021
14:53
Short or long, the best tip is never look at daily fluctuations in share prices if one is not a day-trader. For the long termer, buy and hold when you are convinced a stock has strong prospects and future. Look at the share price once in a while just to check if the fundamentals remain the same. In 2003/2004, I bought 40.000 shares in Asos at 45p. I sold just under 100p thinking I made a "killing" . Imagine, if I forgot those shares and sold when it was hitting £80 a few years later ! Then I would have retired and became a millionnaire. Same sell impulses happened again with ARM Holding when it reached 50p (bought 50.000) following a profit warning then Autonomy was pushed down to below £1 (bought 20.000) by shorters. Arm and Autonomy were taken over, both around £20 - £25. So just keep it safe in an ISA and forget about it. Shorts/daytraders etc. can play with the share price as much as they wish but its day will arrive.
fuji99
09/11/2021
14:18
Can't believe there are people investing who think short selling is somehow wrong. They really should be protected from investing in shares by the government untill they are sufficiently educated to understand how markets work.
glennpaul
09/11/2021
12:55
Took an initial speculative position here this morning.
masurenguy
09/11/2021
12:40
Bought some more today, it’s all you can do if you believe the share price has been seriously manipulated..stay patient for long term rewards GLA
ny boy
09/11/2021
12:06
While it would be great to rely only on government regulators, they are not always that effective. For me, this is another way that markets keep participants honest. When the idea of fraud was raised against Wirecard, BAFIN called on the FT reporters to be jailed and also called it an elaborate plot. Since it has all collapsed, it appears to be have been involved with organised crime. While I think it would be great to rely soly on the government, not all countries have the instituions to do so. Even if they do, the local market/regulator may not be incentivised to take any action. Wirecard was seen as a new tech darling of the German index and the German regulator wanted to protect it. hxxps://www.ft.com/content/a021012e-bd2e-44d5-a160-96d997c662f1
jadedpersimmon
09/11/2021
11:03
I would rather have a government regulator body punishing companies for wrong doing rather than some filthy rich fund managers attacking companies. Sooner the practice outlawed like in Germany the better. Jas
jas0701
09/11/2021
09:30
Short selling is a deception and cheating exercise when one borrows other's people shares, engineers fake news and starts butchering a company. This unfair behaviour is in fact a non added value to any stock market. It is in fact scaring any potential shareholder to invest in the stock market. What is the benefit of destroying companies as soon as they float ? Strict new laws must be introduced to persecute anyone or organised group releasing fake news and lies to affect the share price. Because of this situation, I hope AWE Management will start looking to sell the company at say £8 - £10 and burn these vulturs once for all.
fuji99
09/11/2021
09:16
I absolutely agree with banning short selling. It doesn't contribute anything to the advancement of the companies. Instead fat cats just take the money which should be supporting businesses so that people can have secure jobs. Rather than these short sellers taking the money from the companies. What I don't understand is how in this day and age when we talk about fairer businesses and this kind of LEGAL WAY OF ROBBING companies. Shorting is absolutely disgusting. I invest in companies so that they can better themselves and I profit with share price going up. best both ways, for the company and investors. Jas
jas0701
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