Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bradda Head Holdings Limited LSE:BHL London Ordinary Share VGG154091083 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.13 -13.43% 7.25 8,038,906 16:35:21
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
6.75 7.25 8.525 6.875 8.375
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 21
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:21 O 238,931 6.90 GBX

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Bradda Head Daily Update: Bradda Head Holdings Limited is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BHL. The last closing price for Bradda Head was 8.38p.
Bradda Head Holdings Limited has a 4 week average price of 5.25p and a 12 week average price of 5.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 8.53p while the 1 year low share price is currently 5.25p.
There are currently 293,062,035 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 12,705,315 shares. The market capitalisation of Bradda Head Holdings Limited is £21,246,997.54.
12toes: You were getting all excited because you heard it from the share sponge BWAHAHAHA
smackeraim: Who said he was a share guru. I literally mentioned he retweeted the news article I posted below.You tit.
knigel: I know this share is being promoted by some well known bloggers so looks like sentiment is on the buy side for a while at least - company promising regular updates which will help GLA
12toes: Who's the greatest share guru of allTime ? Warren Buffett ? No it's money sponge BWAHAHAHA
banshee: They aren't mining, just scoping out the resources. Thay are not a US company either, that is just where the resources are. Originally the resources were owned by an Aus company, they weren't a US company either. BHL acquired the resources for a 15% stake and some cash when the Ausco decided to focus on their gold assets, So the thread title is a little misleading
imjustdandy: Well done those we purchased below the placing price. This looks a cracker.
banshee: Interesting, the epic was originally shown as BRAD a couple of weeks ago in early PR's, but subsequent comms show it as BHL, which is how ADVFN is now showing it.
wessie: They seem to have benefited from a company called Interchagefx closing down (doing a runner) and there was a number on the interchange site that directed enquiries to BHL. Difficult to judge how much they may benefited from this but it should help. Don't hold at the moment but thinking about it.
indalo: golla - for what it's worth I am in the same business as BHL and feel that if anything they are significantly OVER valued. They have very high overheads (not helped by listing costs) and have made substantial losses to date (P&L - £4.9m). When you add the £2.2m owed to Eqwinox you have an enterprise value of around £6m. What also concerns me is that they have negative net current assets and are being funded by Equinox on a drip feed basis. As they operate segregated client accounts they must at all times keep client money safe and separate from company funds. If they have negative net current assets, they are either overdrawn on their company account(s), have short term trade creditors in excess of company "own funds" or have a deficit in client accounts. Either way it does not make for a stable operating base and I would not deposit my money with them as a customer. Another important factor in this industry is the new Payment Services Directive which now regulates the money transfer market. Companies will be required to demonstrate a level of "capital adequacy" under new FSA regulation. As BHL have been in business for some time they have until April 2011 to become authorised. At present they could not meet the capital requirement based on their last accounts. As disclosed above, I am basically the competition, but what I say is all IMHO. So DYOR etc...
tomboyb: TIDMBHL RNS Number : 2162B Baydonhill PLC 22 October 2009 ? 22 October 2009 Baydonhill plc ("Baydonhill" or the "Company") Trading update Baydonhill (AIM: BHL), one of the UK's leading foreign exchange specialists, is pleased to provide the following trading update. Trading update The Company is pleased to announce that in September 2009 it achieved breakeven for the month at the EBITDA level. This was achieved through continued revenue growth in the Corporate Division and the restructuring of costs across the business. Given the promising growth potential of the Corporate Division combined with the relatively stable revenue stream from the Private Client Division, the Company is now better equipped to deliver revenue growth and make significant progress towards achieving consistent levels of profitability. Baydonhill expects to publish its half-yearly result for the period to 30 September 2009 in December 2009. Enquiries:
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