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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.375 3.75% 10.375 2,965,521 14:06:03
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
10.00 10.75 10.75 10.00 10.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 0.32 -3.31 -4.23 25
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:29:11 O 478,468 10.45 GBX

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Bidstack Daily Update: Bidstack Group Plc is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BIDS. The last closing price for Bidstack was 10p.
Bidstack Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 8.70p and a 12 week average price of 6p.
The 1 year high share price is 41.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 5.95p.
There are currently 244,540,312 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,658,654 shares. The market capitalisation of Bidstack Group Plc is £25,371,057.37.
global nomad: Girdz, I take your point but I did say 'a degree of stability', so it is relative rather than absolute, the steepening and erratic drop from June has flattened out, not saying it wont drop more but it is flattening. I am also clear that, as with most early stage companies that cannot be valued on fundamentals, there is a disconnect between the business activities and progress and the share price performance. As companies grow and activities are more measurable and visible then the relationship between share price and company performance is much closer. BIDS share price is currently driven by sentiment not helped by bad/poor comms. Once this improves and we see clearer evidence of progress then the share price will respond appropriately. There is little coming out of the company that is stemming the negative sentiment currently. we await word from JD
tickboo: I think this has massive potential and may well buy back when there's a little more clarity (I accept I'll be buying higher if all good) but this talk of letting the share price drift to allow big money in is nonsense as there has not been any accumulation. You speak about TSI being taken down share price wise to allow big money to get in and yes there were some TR-1s say end of Oct but the share price is at that level now anyway.There's no conspiracy, until BIDS demonstrates testing has been a success and it's now generating decent revenues the share price will remain here so yes there is an opportunity to accumulate but the trades suggest many are awaiting RNSs with substance. If I had some spare cash I'd buy some down here but it's tied up although I'll have some funds in the coming weeks so may take a pint heee even before mews.
fudgerella21: I really don't understand why the share price is being allowed to drift like this. JD evan said that the low share price/valuation of bids, was putting off potential clients/partners in his last podcast. Regular rns/news would keep the share price in the spot light, this is what was happening until june time ladt year. So why now the blackout, when a higher share price would be beneficial to bids. Makes no sense to me!
pwhite73: Countdracula55 - "Its blatantly obvious Pwhite and the crew are bashing," Technically you're right I am bashing. But the idea that I am bashing for commercial gain is utter nonsense and nothing but a personality smear. There is no organised group of bashers here anymore than there is an organised group of rampers. Yes we are groups of people with similar ideas but at the same time we are all individuals. I have no other ID and personally I'm not convinced any others on this thread is using multiple IDs either. Even if they were it doesn't matter. One person with a hundred IDs cannot drive the share price up. One person with a 100 IDs cannot drive the share price down. The only drivers of the share price is information published by the company because this effects shareholder sentiment directly and placings for this effects the share price directly. All the links, conspiracy theories and name calling has no effect on the share price whatsoever. Let's try and keep this discussion to BIDS.
pwhite73: aiden There is no Israeli, Chinese, Russian, KGB, CIA, MI5, FBI conspiracy or interest around BIDS. The BIDS share price is falling because they have had to own up and admit their business model does not generate any revenue. Now that is not to say things won't change in the future but to date the revenue model does not work commercially. Whilst loglorry1 is berated for constantly going on about the director sales he raises an important matter. Director sales before publishing bad news (insider trading) is the type of behaviour for which nomads tender their resignation. BIDS can yet announce the resignation of their nomad. BIDS has advised that sales for full year 2019 will be insignificant. This means the cash balance by year end could be down to zero given the new staff taken on and their global expansion. I've stated before they need to raise cash urgently. The trades to me suggest that they are forward selling placing stock and have been doing it for some time. The falls will continue all of next week.
pwhite73: aidenabettin - "Its falling because spreadbetting firms have been brought in to control it" So spreadbetting firms control BIDS share price. I'm losing patience with you pretty fast. Not on filter yet but.... All the sells this morning are forward sold shares to facilitate the next fund raise.
pwhite73: stoaty1 - "...pwhite, you really are desperate to get the share price down, your attempts are looking very pathetic. Are you very short? Seems that way" Nobody posts on a BB to bring the share price down. People will often post because they would like to see the share price down for a number of reasons:- 1. Disgruntled investors who have lost money and want the directors to suffer the same fate. 2. Disgruntled investors who want rampers of the stock to share the same pain they feel. 3. People who see themselves as BB gurus and require a fall in the share price just so that they can say to everyone "I told you so". Me perhaps. 4. People who see the whole AIM as one big scam and require a fall in all AIM share prices to prove to themselves their view of the AIM is correct. Nobody posts negatively so they can get in cheaply or close their short.
jaknife: liz872, "I did like the bit where he said that there are certain individuals talking nonsense to try and bring the share price down for their own agenda." The irony is that he is the individual that's talked nonsense this year to ramp the share price well in excess of a sensible value. Perhaps if he and his CTO hadn't dumped shares in October then the share price might have held up a little better. And perhaps if Justin Waite hadn't dumped his shares then that too might have helped the share price stay up! JakNife
roleybirkin: Milf51, what does a right hand shoulder do looking at it left to right..... It drops straight down. As is the suggestion regarding Bids share price.
angel333: Aiden - very relevant to Bids share price falling. and for the record, you couldn't spot corruption if it was sitting on you.
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