Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Blackbird Plc LSE:BIRD London Ordinary Share GB0004740477 ORD 0.8P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.25 1.75% 14.50 14.00 15.00 14.50 13.75 14.25 398,089 15:34:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 0.9 -2.6 -1.1 - 49

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
26/2/2020
19:53
Over 12 months since he commented to the Telegraph.
bonio10000
26/2/2020
18:03
Daniel Webster “If you're looking for a company with a great product and a strong team, destined to grow in a hot market, Blackbird is a good place to work.”
nickb
26/2/2020
17:58
We will see what happens over the next few weeks . The results and statement will be the key . Now that Premier have merged with Miton , I imagine that Gervaise Williams is being asked to justify why he has built up such large stakes in companies like Bird . His open ended funds have seen huge withdrawals . If this carries on he might be told to reduce Bird whether he likes it or not . Unfair to compare him to Woodford but his style of investing in open ended funds is completely out of favour at present . If Bird don’t pull the rabbit out the hat at the results it won’t be a pretty sight for the share price . Investors want hard facts not hints about “ advanced talks “ . One encouraging thing is that Herald took shares in the placing . The manager , Kstie Potts , is very switched on with a good track record
richard107
26/2/2020
17:56
Scooped up a few more today
geheimnis2
26/2/2020
17:02
Fear, greed. Here endeth the lesson. BWTFDIK
sideshowbull
26/2/2020
15:57
Can also be difficult to get into at times if you want quantity. Remote editing in the Cloud across the globe is resilient. Coronavirus London on lockdown move editing to another U.K. city, remote farmhouse or over to the USA Los Angles New York.
nickb
26/2/2020
15:56
Pretty easy to get out of BIRD, they were bidding 250k. 50k offer 14.83p
sideshowbull
26/2/2020
15:41
The same happens with small cap stocks on the main market , of which there are a lot . The market makers try to keep level books in these small illiquid stocks , so fairly small trades can result in big swings in prices . Can’t say I blame them . They are called “ lobster pot companies “ - easy to get into but difficult to get out of ! Caveat emptor
richard107
26/2/2020
15:39
🚀almost bought some more🤔
biker6
26/2/2020
15:17
MK A huge middle ground of using say an Avid with virtualisation rather than Blackbird if the price is the same even though you don’t need what the Avid brings. Sure if you have to have Avid then they will have to pay the high price. However 80% of the editing time could be spent using Blackbird and just finishing done on the Avid. I’m talking higher end complex productions
nickb
26/2/2020
14:27
"I hear one of the Technical sales executive champions of virtualisation video editing in the Cloud is complaining of the cost that the likes of AWS and Azure are charging. Blackbird way of working does not have that overhead cost😀" surely if a client needs high end editors then the choice is between on-premise and virtualisation and bb does not come into it? "That suggests it’s too expensive to do virtualisation editing in the Cloud" yup blackbird will always be able to undercut because they use the client device for doing stuff like rendering and only bb codec can do this.
_m_k
26/2/2020
14:03
AIM is great isn't it. All the "selling" and the max offer is 50k @ 14.50p How many mugs have been fleeced. BWTFDIK
sideshowbull
26/2/2020
12:33
That suggests it’s too expensive to do virtualisation editing in the Cloud. I think it was Ian who said it was like bolting on wings to a train
nickb
26/2/2020
12:31
Cabi Michael Kammes who works for BeBop tech Michael Kammes @michaelkammes ยท 18h Cloud Providers: you *really* want to grow virtualization for Media & Entertainment? 2 things to work on immediately: 1. Block storage should not be several hundred dollars per TB. M&E needs block, not object. 2. Egress at ~$75/TB is wildly inappropriate.
nickb
26/2/2020
12:30
All good questions bonio. I honestly don't care for the no honest discussion brigade. IM has made promises and not delivered as yet, let's hope that changes.
mcsean2164
26/2/2020
11:43
NickB. Who? “I hear one of the Technical sales executive champions of virtualisation video editing in the Cloud is complaining of the cost that the likes of AWS and Azure are charging.”
cabi1
26/2/2020
11:40
cabi I have come to the conclusion that it’s better to let some investors spend their time worrying and being unhappy.
nickb
26/2/2020
11:37
At the end of the day you either believe in Blackbird or not. You also need to be experienced in the stock market
nickb
26/2/2020
11:28
People seem to forget they have signed 5 year contracts with the likes of Bloomberg. The tech is obviously the bo$$ocks. Have a bit of faith.
cabi1
26/2/2020
11:27
NickB Yes, the market is down though compared with Spanish Flu which infected some 350M people of which some 75M+ died, coronavirus is serious but not yet of the same order. It is down but not to the same extent as BIRD which has experienced a fall in the last month (not from the highest point which occurred more recently) of over 4x the AIM average. The number of sales is comparatively small compared with the number of shares now in issue but the reason for the fall is presumably the lack of buyers even at the lower prices. Miton may want to sit tight but they will have recent examples of what happens to funds invested in illiquid, underperforming stocks in mind as will the regulators which have been heavily criticised for inaction. A turnaround will only come when BIRD publishes regular news of wins. It doesn't have to be on a full blown RNS scale but that would be very welcome. The absence of such copy just means that the prudent assumption is that the concentration on OEMs has drained resource away from winning smaller deals of, say, £50K-£75K and that there is actually nothing to report. The recent advert for a Strategic Account Director for the UK and Europe could be construed as confirmatory evidence that sales on our door step are disappointing. I'm hanging on in the hope that BIRD will deliver something substantial in April.
chriscallen
26/2/2020
11:26
IM wouldn’t hint and tease if he had any doubts. The man is a professional and wouldn’t want to tarnish his reputation. For all we know a Twitter deal is on the cards. Could takes months with POC etc. Who knows.
cabi1
26/2/2020
11:13
bonio Agree on the Player. Personally I like the hints😀
nickb
26/2/2020
11:10
I hear one of the Technical sales executive champions of virtualisation video editing in the Cloud is complaining of the cost that the likes of AWS and Azure are charging. Blackbird way of working does not have that overhead cost😀
nickb
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