Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Blue Star Capital Plc LSE:BLU London Ordinary Share GB00B02SSZ25 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.01 -5.71% 0.165 22,370,471 11:19:01
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.16 0.17 0.175 0.165 0.175
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial -0.69 -0.03 7
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
12:53:53 O 25,155 0.167 GBX

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Blue Star Capital Daily Update: Blue Star Capital Plc is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BLU. The last closing price for Blue Star Capital was 0.18p.
Blue Star Capital Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.13p and a 12 week average price of 0.12p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.08p.
There are currently 4,049,299,518 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 32,959,031 shares. The market capitalisation of Blue Star Capital Plc is £6,681,344.20.
888icb: I agree that the existence of all these warrants is not helpful to ordinary shareholders. However we have now improved the situation as only 95 million shares were issued at 0.1 out of a possible 300 million. 205 million warrants have expired on 6th November 2020. BLU has raised £95000 extra cash. The further warrants that remain in issue expire next year at exercise prices of 0.175 and 0.25 and so the share price needs to rise above those levels to make them worth exercising. I agree the Directors now need to fully focus on monetising investments and getting the share price back above 0.25 just for starters.
kernel_pult1: Yes, the first reaction from the rampers will now be either denial, or selling up and moving on. (I hope it is the latter so I don't have to read as much ramping drivel on a daily basis) They can run numbers through their little calculators until the cows come home as to how they've worked out the mcap of BLU, however Mr Market does not give one iota about their calculations or perceived valuation. Mr Market will value BLU how it wants to value BLU and (despite what the idiots on the other thread say), there isn't a damn thing anyone can do about it. No amount of ramping or deramping will affect the share price, those that think a few poxy messages on a bulletin board can influence price action need to go and get themselves an education on financial markets. I've said before, can you imagine a Chairmans Statement in an RNS: 'Well the share price performance has been poor this year because a few posters on a bulletin board have given their bearish opinion on the company'....... said no Chairman ever. The fact of the matter is, Meinhard is on borrowed time. The 22 Sep RNS on Dtransfer whilst positive, had nothing in terms of figures/benchmarks/targets... How are we supposed to know what good looks like? How are BLU, its shareholders and Satoshipay themselves supposed to measure their performance? Is EUR 10k revenue in a month good? Is EUR 100k revenue in a month good? Is EUR 1M revenue in a month good? Very few will actually know (also dont ask this question to doodlemug aka "tHeY mUst bE mAkIng mOnEy". Its OK for Meinhard to nonchalantly say at (whatever) % of market share they will be bigger than Paypal.... Well pal, I wonder just how many other payment companies are also scrambling to get on top of the payment mountain. They need to get on with it sharpish because the magic Stellar money tree won't be around forever... Satoshipays offices, staff, hardware, software, even the t-shirts they wear will all cost a pretty penny and someone somewhere is paying for it all. It's about time Satoshipay started proving that they can stand on their own two feet without having to be spoon-fed by Stellar
kernel_pult1: Yes Pete I‘m aware of COIN, after all, they are the ones who sold their Satoshipay stake to BLU, their share price seems to have progressed even more slowly than BLU (is that even possible) but maybe they are moving in the right direction now with a positive step forward like that, and I agree there’s a lot of dinosaurs on LSE but hopefully there are a few diamonds in the rough (BLU being one of them)
trentendboy: Interesting that the BLU share price reaction is stronger for BLU than guildI suspect guild will jump much higher later
kernel_pult1: Spookie I've never been on the VAL thread, why would I as I'm not invested, so I have no reason to invest my time there. I'm talking about BLU and BLU only. If you have issue with nico then so be it, that's not any of my business. I'm just a bit frustrated the share price is starting to fall away again and I thought I'd play the card that the rampers play by blaming other shareholders for price action lol
kernel_pult1: Its the rampers on the other thread who are ruining this, in recent weeks they have been trying to force their opinions on others that the share price will all of a sudden rerate by +100% to +200%. When it doesn't happen then surprise surprise sentiment goes south. Whilst this kind of share price rerate would be welcomed, what we need is more news on Dtransfer, preferably with some healthy numbers attached such as transaction volume and/or revenue. However as Dtranfer has only recently launched, I suspect we may not get such information for at least a few months. Second to that some news on Googly, The Dibbs, Diemens etc would certainly be welcomed too. By reading the other thread however it looks as though one or two of the one-dimensional rampers are actually starting to see sense & that mindless ramping gets them nowhere Yes BLU as a whole should be worth £X million (varying opinions of what X is), and we may be trading below what is perceived to be net asset value but the market clearly doesn't think that BLU is worth X right now.
888icb: Blue Star has, to date, invested approximately GBP706,000 in Guild and, on Admission, Blue Star will hold approximately 5.95 per cent. of the issued share capital of Guild valuing its investment, at the Placing Price, at GBP2.45 million. In conjunction with other shareholders, Blue Star has entered into a lock-in and orderly market arrangement for 12 months. As DB says as per the above extract from the RNS and the lock in is in conjunction with other shareholders. Therefor BLU and other significant shareholders will not be able to sell anytime soon which should support the share price as there will be limited supply. It will also enable GILD to get the business moving with the new money just raised.
doodlebug4: Video interview with Tony Fabrizi: Blue Star Capital @BlueStarCap · 2h $BLU BlueStar Capital says Dynasty delivered 'an exceptional third quarter' via @proactive_UK @BlueStarCap #BLU
doodlebug4: Blue Star Capital @BlueStarCap · 17h $BLU Blue Star Capital boosted as David Beckham’s eSports firm raises £20mln in London IPO via @proactive_UK @BlueStarCap #BLU
doodlebug4: Blue Star notes that Guild has today published its prospectus, which has been approved by the UK Listing Authority, for admission of Guild's ordinary shares to the standard listing segment of the Official List of the UK Listing Authority and to trading on the Main Market for listed securities of the London Stock Exchange ("Admission"). Guild also announced that it has raised gross proceeds of GBP20.0 million at 8 pence per share ("Placing Price"), valuing Guild at approximately GBP41.2 million at the Placing Price. Admission is expected to occur on 2 October 2020. Blue Star has, to date, invested approximately GBP706,000 in Guild and, on Admission, Blue Star will hold approximately 5.95 per cent. of the issued share capital of Guild valuing its investment, at the Placing Price, at GBP2.45 million. In conjunction with other shareholders, Blue Star has entered into a lock-in and orderly market arrangement for 12 months. The board of the Company is pleased with the performance of its investment in Guild and, more broadly, the development of its esports portfolio. Since making its initial investments in November 2019 the sector has performed strongly. In addition to the strong performance of Guild, Dynasty eSports Pte Ltd ("Dynasty") has also achieved significant momentum and has recently raised further funds of approximately GBP1.75 million, valuing the Company's investment at GBP1.3 million. The Company has, to date, invested GBP428,000 in Dynasty and holds 13 per cent. of its issued share capital following its last fundraise. All of the Company's other esports investments are being held at cost of approximately GBP715,000. Tony Fabrizi, CEO of Blue Star said, "The successful IPO of Guild is an excellent illustration of the potential upside from Blue Star's esports portfolio. We believe Guild has an exciting future as a listed company and expect to see our portfolio deliver strong performance as the sector grows in strength."
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