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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -4.00 -2.98% 130.40 584,722 16:35:17
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
130.40 131.60 140.00 129.00 140.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 89.93 23.09 1.51 86.4 867
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:02:46 O 10,966 131.287 GBX

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Alphawave Ip Daily Update: Alphawave Ip Group Plc is listed in the Technology Hardware & Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AWE. The last closing price for Alphawave Ip was 134.40p.
Alphawave Ip Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 129p and a 12 week average price of 113.60p.
The 1 year high share price is 469.80p while the 1 year low share price is currently 113.60p.
There are currently 664,965,934 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 481,840 shares. The market capitalisation of Alphawave Ip Group Plc is £867,115,577.94.
maytrees: Good morning Odd to me as a PI in AWE, to see that although announced sells greatly exceed buys announced so far, the AWE share price is up. Any reason for this? t/o in the offing or so far unannounced buys?
koolhead: I'm holding long-term and adding from time to time. The downside risk is limited given good products, high growth, giant cash pile, and hammered share price, whereas the upside is huge when you consider that their main competitors have market caps in the tens of billions. These sorts of opportunities are where you make all your money.
gregmorg: That FT Alphaville article( do examine the contributors to this column! !) needs to be examined a little closer by anyone seriously interested in investing in Alphawave IP as, in my opinion having examined it reasonably closely, its completely unjustified and actually rather scurrilous. The article refers to two executive individuals and somehow related to an Alphawve IP executive/ founder, being involved in another "bubble company" which subsequently collapsed. According to my research, the company referred to is Marvell Technology, a large and very successful Nasdaq company ( Market capitalisation now over $40bn), which may at the time had a small dip when these characters broke some rule and a small fine( and I mean small, was either imposed on them or maybe even only the company). The two executives then stepped away - left that company! The company prospered. Certainly no bubble and far from it! So bears keep quoting this article but really do your own research-- ! That company has subsequently roared away . Over quite a number of years that company has been very successful with product and revenues growth and whilst the share price is now around $60 has been over $75 in this Nasdaq 2022 boom. Current market capitalisation $51bn!
hew: I like today's announcement not only for the enhancement it provides to AWE's technical scope, but also the illustration it gives of their ambition and the scale of their operations. It seems to me that the forces acting on the share price at present do so irrespective of AWE's activities and the building of their business. Little that PIs can do about it at present, but I don't see that situation continuing long-term.
hew: This Co. has several "individual aspects", much discussed a few months ago. The implications of some of those are not easily analysed or understood - by me anyway. Hence the share price volatility, I believe, compounded by an ambitious IPO price and the short interests. IMO, investing in it requires taking on trust statements made, and the degree of insight achieved by the professionals who have looked at it and then invested. So I don't think there is any simple relationship between its share price and any index. Not one for widows and orphans, IMO. But I have a moderate holding, for the reason given by f56 above. Absolutely no advice offered though!
fuji99: 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: I noticed that the real action on AWE share price movements occurs when the US/Canada opens. So the action could start at around 2.30 - 3.00 pm.
fuji99: NB - Cheers. I am only considering the recent shorting effects on the share price. IMO the shorts will continue closing progressively because any news AWE gives on a new major customer signing will significantly reduce their profit due to the share price volatility of AWE.
74tom: I think the volatility stems from the fact that the free float is very small making the share illiquid & that AWE is a relatively unknown quantity at present. It's also been as a result of the scenario that's played out; - IPO mis sold to wrong II's = weak opening and 20% opening drop - Carmignac take advantage to open a 1.2% short, driving the price down to £2.90 - Positive trading update stops them in their tracks, they stop shorting - Share price starts to rapidly recover back towards IPO level - Naya then begin to short, this doesn't work until mid Aug when volumes drop as the share price tops out at £4.70 - Lack of liquidity + a lot of shares sold short causes a sharp fall in the price, Naya never let it recover - We now find ourselves back in a similar position to early June, nearly 25% below the IPO price, however this time we know the interims are close... I certainly didn't think we'd get a second chance to buy below £3 but that's looking likely at present, I'll be filling my boots if it happens...
cordwainer: Targets: Liberum..... 420p (as per post 139 by 74tom) JP Morgan... 450p (as per post 158 by Bookish) Barclays.... 475p (as per post 154 by Bookish + see below.. I dont think this article/info was posted at the time) hTtps:// 23 June 2021 Alphawave's share price could double as data centre market grows, says Barclays The bank predicted that the computer chip maker will see a revenue CAGR of 62% between 2020 and 2025 as it gained share in the market Alphawave IP Group PLC - Alphawave's share price could double as data centre market grows, says Barclays. Alphawave IP Group PLC’s (LON:AWE) share price could potentially double thanks to its “unique position within the rapidly expanding data centre space”, according to analysts at Barclays. In a note on Wednesday initiating coverage of the computer chip maker with an ‘overweight’ rating and 475p target price, the bank said the growth of the sector was “driving sales and profit growth faster” than anything else in their coverage, adding that they expected the firm to “gain share within this growth market as its chipmaker customers shift from proprietary to Alphawave designs”. “We forecast Alphawave to grow revenue organically by 62% [compound annual growth rate from] 2020-25, with EBITDA margins expanding from c50% to the mid-60%s, thereby delivering 70% CAGR in EBITDA”, Barclays said. We think such growth warrants a premium valuation, but at current levels it only trades at the low end of peers… We think it reasonable for Alphawave to trade at least at a slight premium to much slower-growing peers”, the bank added. Barclays said that should all of the company’s growth drivers hit, the share price could “near-double” to 650p. Shares in Alphawave rose 0.8% to 340.6p in mid-morning trading.
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