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BIRD Blackbird Plc

5.65
-0.10 (-1.74%)
16 Apr 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
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
  -0.10 -1.74% 5.65 5.40 5.90 5.75 5.65 5.75 214,424 09:36:30
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Computer Programming Service 2.85M -1.92M -0.0050 -11.30 21.87M
Blackbird Plc is listed in the Computer Programming Service sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BIRD. The last closing price for Blackbird was 5.75p. Over the last year, Blackbird shares have traded in a share price range of 5.25p to 14.50p.

Blackbird currently has 387,077,188 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Blackbird is £21.87 million. Blackbird has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -11.30.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/2/2024
16:32
I wouldn’t worry, salmon

The share price will correct with genuine progress

geheimnis2
15/2/2024
16:10
So many false dawns, no wonder the price is where it's at.
jamesjmb
15/2/2024
15:54
It feels unnatural that at this stage in Blackbird's history, with it's established reputation for innovative technical excellence, and elevate.io soon to launch, that the share price should continue to behave like a deflating balloon! It just doesn't feel right.
Surely there must be some funds looking to buy shares in small reputable companies that could, in the near term, achieve exciting progress with some exciting returns. Why hasn't Allenby found them?
It feels like Allenby are simply letting a couple of troubled funds sell day after week after month, and they are content to see a share price of just a few pennies.
There must surely be some logical reason for them standing back and watching what looks like disinterested share price neglect.
What could the benefit be of such inaction? Who benefits? How could it possibly assist rather than undermine the corporate credibility of elevate.io when they launch?

I am maybe missing something..........

salmon9
15/2/2024
14:14
Adrian Lambert moved on again.
cabi1
15/2/2024
13:55
😂😂😂😂 8514;
cabi1
15/2/2024
13:40
Cabi

It’s your money invested you get to laugh.

It seems that Investors here are now investing in a business startup with zero revenue called elevate.io

Interesting

nickb
15/2/2024
13:11
NickB.

You got me in bits here.

I can’t stop laughing.

cabi1
15/2/2024
13:06
Pokerchips

Yes that’s right but the market doesn’t buy the upside does it.

Many here are putting a lot of faith in them building a big business from startup zero revenue elevate over the next 3-5 years then magically a bidder will come in with a $b offer

Even I wouldn’t buy that.

nickb
15/2/2024
12:52
Nick

The low share price is fair right now...

They have results coming up with continued Enterprise losses ...and they have spent cash on something which the market knows little about and at present is purely a cash burn..

"Everything you need and nothing that you dont"

.... I hope they get that right ...remove the complexity where not required but have the fire power for those that need it

pokerchips2
15/2/2024
12:21
To be fair I’m still waiting to log in to elevate for the last few months 😂
nickb
15/2/2024
12:20
Edit

I’m in!

nickb
15/2/2024
12:18
Back in the real world

My monitor screen while trying to use Adobe Cloud at the moment

It says

‘Verifying Adobe media encoder’

It’s been 6 minutes and I’m still not in.

That’s today’s example of Pain using Adobe’s Cloud from a $300 billion company

nickb
15/2/2024
12:17
Whether Adobe would like to acquire it is not the only key issue as they have previous form. If they did make an offer would the regulatory authorities in the US, UK and EU permit it to go through? It's not just a question of BIRDs size but the impact of combining their respective technologies and the effect that would have on the sector that would be considered.. That's why licensing it non-exclusively to big players is attractive as it gets round a referral. It also provides a boost to marketing it without directly costing BIRD anything.
chriscallen
15/2/2024
12:14
NickB
I think the low share price and tiny volume in share trading indicates that hardly anybody has Blackbird on their radar. Those who are interested in Blackbird have already eaten their fill of shares!
Very few people have any clue about Blackbird and in particular elevate.io
At this stage the whole thing is basically a secret!
Currently the market isn't interested in Blackbird.

salmon9
15/2/2024
12:12
So it’s 7.1p because the market believes in the company

OKAY 😀

nickb
15/2/2024
11:32
7.115p Proves the market doesn’t believe in the company
nickb
15/2/2024
11:31
Pokerchips

Yes competitive bid situation way to go!

The Player (if disruptive) opens up a wider interest compared to elevate

If it’s that good perhaps we should refuse all offers😀

nickb
15/2/2024
11:21
7.115 offered.
cabi1
15/2/2024
09:57
Twiglett

I suspect the whole IP and back end structure could be of use to the likes of Adobe, given the range of products they have

Right now I suspect they are just leaving the BOD to go as far as they can and "may" wait for the BOD to make the decision to put itself up for sale, given as Nick B suggests the difficult path of scaling up by itself..

Putting itself up for sale would then open the doors for any interested parties to take a look and put in offers, maybe creating competitive bids

That would be my route out...putting itself up for sale....rather than getting a bid right now

But... all possible paths open

pokerchips2
15/2/2024
09:50
Good discussion, thanks guys for the input....

I fully understand NickB point of view and angle he is seeing from but there are many potentially "disruptive" Apps etc out there and you could potentially see the likes of Adobe buying a lot of them because " they have the customer numbers" ... so . Elevate has to be "really" disruptive to make it so high up the list to reach the status of buying the tech ... and that is still debatable at this stage as to whether that will be the case ... disruptive means not just for the here and now but obviously say for the next 5 years or more in the sense that it has to be seen to be able to change and adapt and grow as the sector demands evolve, as that is what the likes of Adobe will want from it

pokerchips2
15/2/2024
09:15
Twiglett. People are only interested in the goose, not the golden egg.
invest360
15/2/2024
09:06
Couldn’t somebody just buy Elevate and not Bird in its entirety?

As Bird are licensing to Elevate we then still own the IP

What value on just Elevate? and would that make more sense to Adobe.

twiglett
15/2/2024
08:47
Some very sane real-world analysis, Nick2412. Sorry to say it, NickB, but your thesis that a large corporate like Adobe could never acquire Blackbird if it starts to prove itself successful in the market is just wrong. If you were correct, then it would mean that Adobe could never acquire another company again.
invest360
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