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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bidstack Group Plc LSE:BIDS London Ordinary Share GB00BZ7M6059 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.25p +0.76% 33.00p 32.50p 33.50p 33.00p 29.50p 32.50p 5,020,725 16:29:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 0.3 -3.3 -4.2 - 79.90

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15/6/2019
21:13
What did Spotify do for music?? In the eighties I bought singles in whsmiths and Woolworths, then albums because you got more for your money. Later indie record shops as tastes developed. Much later was an irregular buyer but would pick up half a dozen cd's at once. Dabbled briefly with torrents but was a bit fussy for my aging brain. Then iTunes changed consumption but you still paid for every piece of music so only bought what you really wanted or felt you could risk. The money wasn't a problem just whether my changed music habits suited a new form of record shop. Spotify changed music from the record shop back to the radio but modern stream on demand. Pay to listen to as much or little as you wanted. Try, test, explore or be boring and repetitive it suited all approaches. Sure I don't have the vinyl on my shelf...that which is there is hardly played . Gaming is just moving from consoles and discs into a subscription model where everyone can feel free to try anything they want without commitng to paying for one thing. It will open up the market and give space for more games to be successful.more niches can be covered, more users will feel they can play. Bids is sat waiting in just the right position, ready to surf the biggest wave in the world...and we own their shares.
global nomad
15/6/2019
20:54
hazl - If you go to any eSports event in Cannes you go to eSports Bar and that took place in February - Cannes Lions may be useful but certainly not the quality and relevance of audience that went to E3.....
roleybirkin
15/6/2019
19:01
Didn't JD say in a previous podcast game streaming would do for gaming what Spotify did for music ?
mwainw1973
15/6/2019
18:50
https://uk.linkedin.com/in/peterbeeney/zh-tw
hazl
15/6/2019
18:49
https://www.canneslions.com/about/news/cannes-lions-digital-experience hmm isn't Pete BEENEY relevant here?
hazl
15/6/2019
18:39
by up to rich moiney with bidstocks follow mcoffee and see
invester dean
15/6/2019
18:23
A lot of companies turn over millions but are still loss making,but you cannot compare Bids here you have to compare with its peers. If it was an oil exploration company then I would be worried as you would be valuing the company with what's in the ground and again that is a hit or miss.I am not invested here for the revenue but for the future potential.
snoopy12
15/6/2019
15:24
Usually the same people right? ;)
billyboychrisd
15/6/2019
14:24
Just for balance, I hate rampers as much as de-rampers. They prey on the weak and are all despicable in my view
stoaty1
15/6/2019
13:45
It is good to have alternative views that are genuine, but disingenuous claptrap is not worth reading. All in my own opinion of course!
stoaty1
15/6/2019
13:19
Ah so simply put Roley Birkin was quite right. 'RoleyBirkin 15 Jun '19 - 12:02 - 3773 of 3779 0 6 0 hazl - I would argue that JakNife simply tries to de-stabilise the share price so he can likely buy at lower levels.' Admitted by your own hand. Basically we can then completely ignore your posts and only the uninitiated will act upon them! Excellent!
hazl
15/6/2019
12:30
hazl, Happy to discuss EVRH on the EVRH board. FWIW I have materially increased my position there of late. JakNife
jaknife
15/6/2019
12:25
JakNife, welcome to the world of tech that we live in. This new paradigm has made a lot of people rich. Could sit on the side lines and await mean reversion or you could be a FB, Snapchat, Uber, Instagram, trade desk, YouTube, *insert any overvalued tech that has eventually delivered here* billionaire. Enjoy which ever ride you take. I’m a healthy mix and don’t need you to spell out the risks thanks.
moneygenxyz
15/6/2019
12:23
Wonder should I wait
markstevenkirby80
15/6/2019
12:20
This Monday going 100 pounds on
markstevenkirby80
15/6/2019
12:19
Did you get out in time JAK when EVRH announced it's latest great news? Must have hurt.
hazl
15/6/2019
12:12
stoaty1, I'm afraid that you're living in a dream world - literally. Somewhere you have a fantasy of material growth that makes the numbers make sense . But back on planet earth this is an £80m market cap (at 33p a share) for a company with * historic revenues of £317k * historic losses * house broker forecast revenues of £5.9m * forecast losses * a funding need this time next year Perhaps you go to sleep at night dreaming of hockey sticks and £20m revenue in 2020? Even that would be loss-making. It used to be the lottery that taxed peoples dreams but of late it's Justin Waite's AIM ramps. JakNife
jaknife
15/6/2019
12:02
hazl - I would argue that JakNife simply tries to de-stabilise the share price so he can likely buy at lower levels.
roleybirkin
15/6/2019
11:52
The company has changed considerably in the short time I've invested...since January. It has gone all out on strengthening it's position by hugely impressive members of the board. Whilst it might need future backing ,management have been both aware and supportive of its investors in terms of keeping them informed....news .... and not comprising their current investment too much in terms of placings. I trust that will continue. The thing with JAK is that he waits for a vulnerable point in a share's situation...wide of the mark this time though I believe...and then you don't see him for dust when the share recovers...visit EVRH for an illustration of that.
hazl
15/6/2019
11:44
jaKNife, the story isn't about 1st year revenues, as you would know if you were a proper investor! It is about the future, and with revenues growing, with deals being signed and having £6m in the bank, I think your comments are way off the mark, and show your lack of understanding of this type of investment. Go for a FTSE co.
stoaty1
15/6/2019
11:27
Admittedly, numbers will drive the long term here and more transparency on how contracts turn to revenues would be nice. I’d like to understand specifically how lucrative a revenue share contract is? 25%? 5%? If FM is a £100m year opportunity according to JD and we derive £5.9m this year does that mean we are taking less than 6%? Or do we need to await the DSPs to fully understand? In which case, if the year after revenue is £20m and we presumably have more games does that mean the opportunity to share revenues is less than 20%? JD definitely needs to bring clarity here throughout the year but I guess he’s only a little more certain than we are.. Either way, £20m market cap was a snip when I invested.
moneygenxyz
15/6/2019
11:00
JaKNife - You may be right, but I think you are wrong...... Personally, I am less concerned about revenues this year (more about 2020 and on) but the company and there broker Peterhouse are forecasting £5.9m for 2019. The half year report to end June will give an indication and I am hoping to see at least £1.75m.
roleybirkin
15/6/2019
10:52
-BIDS is turning over revenue. Is it? Really? Revenue was £317k for the year ending 31 Dec 2018 and we're pretty much half way through the year. There have been a few vague RNSs about possible more revenue but is it really lots? Big numbers? Nah! expectations have been set at an unrealistic level. Even if they manged to increase revenue tenfold to £3m then that's still a loss-making company for 2019. With gross margin of 24%, gross profit would be £720k but admin expenses are way in excess of that and ballooning by the day. Half way through the year it's pretty obvious that the revenue growth is low and that revenue will be such that this will be materially loss making for 2019. And we all know what that will mean - another fund raise. JakNife
jaknife
15/6/2019
10:15
this time next year rodny is what bri always sais to me
invester dean
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