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
  -0.50 -2.99% 16.25 2,373,813 16:22:58
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
16.00 16.50 16.75 15.75 16.75
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 0.32 -3.31 -4.23 40
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:29:20 O 3,051 16.22 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 16.75p.
Bidstack Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 15.75p and a 12 week average price of 15p.
The 1 year high share price is 41.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 4.25p.
There are currently 243,358,247 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 782,957 shares. The market capitalisation of Bidstack Group Plc is £39,545,715.14.
angel333: Here we go - the share price goes up and all goes quiet from the trolls - the share price falls and back they come Who are we missing then? Where is LogBoggy and who really is Aiden?
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.
global nomad: Girdz, I was in around about way agreeing with you - i loosely look at charts not as a technical analysis but a reflection of sentiment (demand and supply). we need investors to want in on bids, that either happens with news presupposing that that will have enough attention to stoke demand or for investors who see a consistently rising share price and feel that there must be a good/strong story there to join in. Anyone doing research into Bids now will discover the story and then look at the share price performance and make a decision...I bet there are many with this on their watchlist but not willing to commit yet.
angel333: Aiden - very relevant to Bids share price falling. and for the record, you couldn't spot corruption if it was sitting on you.
loglorry1: That's the very definition of fraud! Don't be silly. Draper can promote the share price and the company all he wants on Vox and elsewhere there's nothing much stopping him. It's almost in his job description for gawd sake. Telling everyone things are amazing and wonderful and they are doing fantastically isn't fraud its just getting people excited. Telling people that all sorts of big hitters want to work with BIDS and work for BIDS is also fine. If he was for example to state in an RNS that revenues were X million and they turn out to be zero that is fraud. He's not doing that though is he? All he's doing is letting folk believe because he's super excited that the company is worth a lot of money. If it was worth £5m it is still worth a lot of money although I suspect people would not be happy with a 2p share price. Personally I don't think he can be trusted to keep people updated because he had every opportunity to update on the H1 number being a huge miss and he didn't. Based on what they have delivered so far the share price is way way too high. Perhaps you don't mind paying 10x today based on what you hope will happen in the future. Can't really argue with that.
loglorry1: @chess its about valuation. I don't think BIDS is a fraud, there is no evidence of that. I do think it is valued far to highly for the stage they are at (£42m undiluted for a pre-revenue start up with an unproven revenue model) and thus holding or buying here will likely result in further investor losses. I think Draper has shown that he can't be honest with investors when things are not going as well as he claims they are. That makes him a very dangerous CEO to trust but I can see why he might be motivated to promote the share price. a) he holds a lot of shares and options some of which he's recently sold b) he needs a strong liquid share price to raise more cash against to pay salaries etc. That doesn't make it a fraud as you suggest. It does make in an over price promotion though. The names they have assembled as advisors and directors are complicit in this charade. I'm afraid history has shown that its pretty easy to attract industry "heavyweights" to start ups especially in non-exec roles. It doesn't mean very much. You might remember African Potash (AFPO) who had no less than 2 UK MPs as non-exec directors one of them a cabinet minister Lord Hain. It turned out to be not just a promote but an outright fraud. We, the mug punters, will learn our lesson when FY19 results are published and show almost no revenue, and no real prospects for growth. Unfortunately, I suspect management will come out with some new carrot just months away and a few will buy in to that. They'll raise more cash though before that so if you really do believe they'll be plenty of time to buy in cheaper.
moneygenxyz: NIKEFOXY 😄 Here’s my go-to regarding ‘profit warnings’: “ The FSA does not have any particular rules on profit warnings but it does insist that insider information (or any event for that could influence the share price for that matter) such as changes in expectations of a company's business or financial conditions which include a company missing profit expectations by a significant amount has to be communicated to the market on time. Also, in the United Kingdom quoted companies are obliged to publish their results twice a year, and to provide trading updates twice a year as well. Inside information is anything that could substantially affect the price of the stock and this includes profit warnings (generally defined as an annoucement where profits are going to be at least 10% below market expectations or more but this is not noted down anywhere). Additionally, directors are under tremendous pressure to disclose bad news and cannot delay public disclosure for weeks to decide the extent that it will affect their company's share price, but at the same time they need to be diligent not to make unnecessary alarming disclosures to the stock market as they could face legal action (from shareholders) if stock value are harmed through inaccurate statements. Disclosure has to be made using approved Regulatory Information Service and usually this takes the form of an RNS (Regulatory News Service) The vagueness of the UK rules creates problems with companies in some cases withholding price sensitive information from the market but the FSA does investigate cases where prices fall acutely - although admittedly rarely is follow-up action taken.”
loglorry1: When JD talks, he is talking bull. When he doesn't talk, you are asking why he's gone quiet. Perhaps it's too much to ask but how about he comes on VOX and tells the truth? How about he tells us what games BIDS are currently in, how many ads they are currently serving up real time and at what CPM rates and what gross margins? How about that in an RNS to help repair the damage on the share price? Can you show me any quote from Dentsu in this RNS I know Draper shouted long and hard about it but where were Duntus in the release? At least with TTD we got some comment from them however it was from a general manager of partnerships. How many partnerships have TTD got? I bet it's not a very exclusive club could be hundreds. EDIT: it took me 1 minute on Google to find this there are hundreds.
angel333: Hi Fudge, I totally agree - we received 6 solid positive RNS's in August alone and yet the share price fell. The key here, and I believe has been for a while, is can these deals and partnerships deliver significant revenues? I would argue that the market do not yet believe the story? For me, the only RNS we need from the company at this time is around revenue generation for Q3 (known by Bids) and Q4 forecast based on contracts already in place. Without any confidence of the company hitting their 2019 target the share price will continue to drift.
miketurnermk: The speculation that H1 will potentially have poor results has already been factored in the current share price IMO. It's the reason the share price didn't re-rate as high as we would have liked on the Unreal Engine RNS, Pubguard Acquisition RNS or the Trade Desk deal RNS. I for one don't expect the H1 results to be amazing and that's what is holding back the price, fairly right now IMO. Whilst the share price may fall a little on the release of the H1 numbers I don't expect a large fall but I do expect it to be countered with another amazingly positive RNS to either sustain the share price or send it soaring. We shall see
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