Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Brandshield Systems Plc LSE:BRSD London Ordinary Share GB00BM97CN29 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 5.25 43,227 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
5.00 5.50 5.25 5.25 5.25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 4.13 -6.30 -0.05 7
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
08:22:30 O 18 5.00 GBX

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Posted at 06/2/2023 08:20 by Brandshield Systems Daily Update
Brandshield Systems Plc is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BRSD. The last closing price for Brandshield Systems was 5.25p.
Brandshield Systems Plc 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 13.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 5.25p.
There are currently 141,165,207 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 228,404 shares. The market capitalisation of Brandshield Systems Plc is £7,411,173.37.
Posted at 03/11/2022 07:50 by aidenabettin
Looking like another candidate for a MAJOR M&A.Super price to top up
Posted at 31/10/2022 10:21 by truffle
Is this a serious business?
In spite of a positive sounding interim report a month or so ago the share price keeps dropping.
In the past two years the share price has fallen from around 30p to 7p!
Hard to fathom what's really going on here

Posted at 20/10/2022 06:15 by kaos3
lots of (same) names, no numbers - do not like it. the good news is - they still exist heh heh

PS - I see the whole industry is giving out more and more free software as a way to attract customers. free AI detects but not protects to the full.

industry is fragmented and this "free software" trend means many will go down or will get consolidated on the cheap.

BRSD jury is still out imho as we get no numbers - which always sounds huge alarm in my head

Posted at 26/9/2022 15:00 by mauricemonkey
Which means what for BRSD exactly?

Chuff all.

Posted at 21/7/2022 07:48 by aidenabettin
Share price intentionally dropped from RTO @20p to 7p to allow UHNWI's to buy in cheap and Brandshield are protecting us from the criminals.Who are the real criminals?
Posted at 11/7/2022 05:53 by aidenabettin
Much more to Brandshield than many people realise. Brandshield are not exactly helping by not informing investors and the market what's going on at the same time destroying their own share price to accommodate UHNWI's.Trust? hTTps://
Posted at 04/7/2022 09:32 by the shuffle man
Has the potential to be worth more than the current market cap of the whole company.

WeShop Ltd

WeShop is an innovative, digital social network platform focused on the rapidly growing and highly valuable social e-commerce sector forecast to become a US$350 billion market over the mid-term. WeShop's digital platform is designed to enhance online shopping experiences by combining social media's assets of reviews, likes and shares with an engaging retail e-commerce offering, specifically tailored to the individual user. Users benefit from gaining access to thousands of brands and millions of products on one platform plus a two-way sharing of ideas with friends to participate in a rewards system; brands/retailers benefit from increased sales and awareness.

BrandShield holds 508,508 shares in WeShop Limited. This represents around 10.5% of the currently issued share capital in WeShop Limited. Should a GBP9m convertible loan note in WeShop Limited convert then the Company's holding would reduce to around 5.3%. WeShop Holdings Limted is currently trading on the JP Jenkins matched bargain trading platform with most recent trades being at GBP3.50 per share. Taking this share price then the Net Asset Value of WeShop Limited would be GBP116m and the potential NAV per share would be GBP24.05 for currently issued shares or GBP12.09 for shares issued following conversion of the CLNs. The value of BrandShield's holding could be derived at GBP12.2m or GBP6.2m respectively in those scenarios, however the Board does not believe that it is prudent to attach such a valuation at this stage given the relatively small trading volume of WeShop Holdings on JP Jenkins, the fact that the WeShop app has not been fully launched yet and the fact that there are likely to be some taxation liabilities and administrative costs associated with WeShop Limited which will be deducted from any shares issued to underlying shareholders in specie. The lock in period to May 2023 would also require a discount to be applied to any derived valuation. As such the Board has continued to hold the value of the investment in WeShop Limited at cost, that being $4,112,107.

Posted at 30/5/2022 06:14 by aidenabettin
Dilution after share issueNo selling has been done with this stockShare price movement has been down to spreadex alone
Posted at 10/5/2022 14:11 by kemche
echoridge - 13 Sep 2021 - 07:46:30 - 1076 of 1282 BRSD Brandshield - formerly TSI (Two Shields) - BRSD

what does spreadex have to do with anything? answer: absolutely nothing except in your twisted, 1975 mind. Market will like the growth and the obvious path to profitability if Q4 growth is as management is suggesting and the share price should push on from here.

Posted at 22/3/2021 10:24 by sphere25
Reb_Ban and Heatseek77,

You have brought up an interesting topic, which I will post on for the benefit of those who appreciate my posts.

Buys and sells are not invariably wrong. That would suggest that the ADVFN system is grossly flawed and market participants are not able to form reliable conclusions when looking at the trade data or indeed make trading decisions on the back of that data - rendering the subscription cost rather meaningless too.

This is not the case with numerous examples of shares being posted recently whereby the deciphering of trades and the mechanics of how they influence a share price have been shown to provide fruitful opportunities (note that a firm grasp of the fundamentals is not a pre-requisite for short term traders if they can read the trade data and technicals well - hence why BRSD can also be stuck on a monitor and highlighted as an early stage viewing and potential trade at some point).

All this has shown is that market participants can get reliably informed on the back of reading the ADVFN trade data, given some time and experience. Naturally, if you are long term orientated and looking e.g. 5-10 years out, it is of less relevance but I have known many longer term shareholders who have taken up short term trading in some of the shares they are involved with.

Furthermore, if you are concentrating on particular shares and watching them more closely (rather than being diluted across many as per us short term trading folk), there is an argument to say that you can read the price moves, notice irregular orders on the book and get a much better feel for trading a particular share - particularly smaller caps where there is far less frenzied activity.

So where can ADVFN trade data mislead on buys and sells?

BRSD is a good example whereby the spread was 23-24p on Friday afternoon, but because there have been sellers in size in the market, shares were being offered well under the market offer price of 24p e.g. on there was a 3000 buy trade at 23.42p and two buy trades of 1247 and 23158 at 23.41p. This can be checked by doing a simple request for shares of around market size in a share dealing account where the dealing price on RSP will reflect the amounts quoted.

ADVFN will log a trade in green if it is at the mid-point price of 23.5p. If it is above the mid-point price, it will be shown in blue as a buy, and conversely if it is below the mid-point price it will be shown in red as a sell. This is where one of the issues can arise with ADVFN when large sellers (this can also apply to fast moving shares on a brief intraday basis depending on market maker antics as per FUM on Friday where there were small time periods where buys were being logged as sells) are working in the market. These large sellers are putting downward pressure on the price and offering shares below the mid price, which means ADVFN will log them as sells.

Now if enough volume comes in to clear (or begin to clear) these sellers, the whole dynamic can change and trades could then be above the mid-point price i.e. being logged in blue with possibly less pressure on the price. A big volume clear out or overhang clearance in one fair swoop can change the price dynamic drastically, and result in very few or no shares being available at even the full offer price, and the price then being bid up and moving more substantially by breaking negative or sideway trends.

The only way I could see a firm review based conclusion of ADVFN trade data being invariably wrong (or even majority wrong) is if someone mainly has shares on the monitor that have these types of big sellers at work and then perhaps they are focusing more on the trades being logged as sells.

If we took a basket of market maker only shares (particularly in their more dormant state outside of news where they sit without substantial movement for the majority of time periods) and observed the trade data, the ADVFN system would acknowledge the majority correctly with normal sized trades showing the correct side of the mid-point prices and being logged correctly as per the way market makers sit on bid and offer prices and how they offer shares in the market.

This brings us nicely on to larger trades, though far less frequent than the smaller trades, but can be more difficult to decipher and more prone to being logged with less accuracy by ADVFN. The larger trades (sometimes a small multiple above normal market size offered by market makers or some of the larger ones we have seen in BRSD e.g. the 200k) are often delayed so when they are reported they are logged relative to the bid and offer price in the market at the point of logging the trade on ADVFN.

As the price could have already moved, it can cause confusion on what the trade actually was and what it means for how a trader should react. This is something that comes with time but even more experienced folk can still struggle with. If you press "Go" on Level 2, any such trades will be realigned back to the time at which they were logged, whereby a more accurate representation of whether they were buys or sells can be seen (note that pressing "Go" post 8am will however refresh the intraday chart to only include the current day's price movement and not the previous day too - many trade off the two day charts on Level 2).

If some of these trades fall right to the bottom or the price is completely out of kilter with current day prices (or even the previous day), it will be delayed and usually from a day or two before. ADVFN won't log this volume on the current date, and if it hasn't been logged on the day it happened (sometimes it can be the other side of the trade exchange or just delayed) it won't add to that day's volume either so there could be some significant volume missing on ADVFN from time to time. Corrections aren't accounted for correctly on ADVFN either so a 1.049m print being corrected with another 1.049m print (the deletion) and reapplication of the correct 1.094m will all add up on ADVFN to incorrectly skew the volume.

All the shares move differently and the mechanics can vary, but when looking at BRSD, I can see the news has resulted in more interest and some buyers in size have come in to pick some larger blocks of shares up. However, seen as there are larger sellers still willing to sell in the market (the news isn't validation enough to change their perception of the valuation here) they are happy to meet that new demand for shares. The overall effect on the price is therefore minimal at presence with a slight down tick this morning as those larger aforementioned sellers work in the market, but the overall price being range bound at 20-25p.

Ultimately it is a form of stalemate which could change with further bullish news or we could see further large demand come in for shares (which is part of the reason I am watching) that could cause a tipping point in the demand-supply dynamic that allows a clearing of these larger sellers holding the price back from breaking that key resistance at 25p.

This is an observation based on the trade data and price mechanics currently at work here. It is one example where the principles can be applied to many others for the purposes of shorter term trading. Care still has to be taken to be vigilant as it does not guarantee the share will provide a trading opportunity, because the sellers can still rule the roost, and prices can even make new lows if large demand gets exhausted and sellers then keep working to push the price down where less resistance is offered, hence the need for stops and cutting positions and taking any small losses quickly if an error of judgement is made.

Naturally there are SetsMM shares and various shares that all have different liquidity and participation which can slightly alter the way trade exchanges are logged and perceived.

There is more to be said here, but it has become abit of seminar already so leave it there for now.

Hope it helps

All imo

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