Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Braveheart Investment Group Plc LSE:BRH London Ordinary Share GB00B13XV322 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.25 2.17% 11.75 110,075 13:29:57
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
11.50 12.00 11.75 11.50 11.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 2.94 1.55 3.10 3.8 6
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
14:04:32 O 15,000 11.688 GBX

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13:04:3311.6915,0001,753.20O
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12:29:1211.888,417999.94O
12:28:0211.9016,8061,999.91O
12:22:3712.0025,0003,000.00O
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06/7/2022
09:20
Braveheart Investment Daily Update: Braveheart Investment Group Plc is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BRH. The last closing price for Braveheart Investment was 11.50p.
Braveheart Investment Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 10.50p and a 12 week average price of 10.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 44.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 10.50p.
There are currently 53,674,431 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 88,715 shares. The market capitalisation of Braveheart Investment Group Plc is £6,306,745.64.
16/3/2022
09:59
festario: Trevor's other big charade company is IQAI, he's due to spike the share price up of that very soon.Look at its 3 year chart.It's over due.It's a stonking buy under 5p, and a sell above 7p
16/3/2022
09:40
sweepie2: Fest you would if you were trying to raise the share price to lock in a higher placing price, maybe the 14/3/22 closing price was where they get the discount of around 20% for the typical AIM placing
02/2/2022
12:25
rogerc1985: New placing on route to brh
13/12/2021
09:53
chavitravi2: They have taken a lot of sells this morning at a fair price and yet put the share price up. What's that tell you?
24/11/2021
15:44
c31161: you look at the trades there is obviously a big seller out there been selling for a while and that's what stopping the share price progressing imo
21/11/2021
20:33
lw425: As stated in the recent results we know that regarding Paraytec, Braveheart are talking to over 70 companies from a wide spectrum of global markets. Meetings are ongoing with potential partners for licensing and/or co-development of the technology, some of which are potential acquirers of the company. The market may not yet fully appreciate that BRH own 100% of Paraytec and therefore any offer for Paraytec is likely to provide very substantial and rapid returns to shareholders in the short term. Our last share price run topped out at 140p early this year. I would not be surprised to see 200p taken out in the next month or two. Really with Covid now back with avengence across Europe, BRH is the best right place, right time investment I've seen in 30 years trading. Braveheart also stated that it is clear that potential partners believe a low cost, rapid and accurate test for COVID-19 will be needed for many years to come. They also like the fact that Paraytec's technology can be potentially used as a platform for other diseases and cancer detection.
06/9/2021
08:30
c31161: andyadvfn1 If you look at my comment it says at the end imo and dyor, which means in my opinion and do your own research. The reason for my opinion is simply drawn from the last few month going's on and I could be completely wrong. IMO this could have been a medium term plan for in house funding, TB sells his shares on the open market and in the process brings down the share price, these shares are bought and sold in the open market so no dilution, then once TB has sold enough shares, he then buys back in at a lower price and with a 20% discount in the form of a placing, knowing that if he announces he has been convinced by the board to stay in post indefinitely and not selling his shares, confidence will be return Paraytec is sold and the share price raises to well over £1 or more, TB then announces a special dividend of £1, he gets his money back and still retains all of his shares, but that is just a guess
20/8/2021
08:41
c31161: I feel that BRH have news to release but I don't think they can release it so close to the placing. Placings don't happen over night, iN my opinion this placing could have easily been made when the share price was £1.20 and a discount given for the placing at £1.00 then there would have only been 2.5m extra shares to issue. But obviously TB knows what's lying ahead so why not sell his shares collapsing the SP, most of his share have gone at a huge profit then he places at 18p knowing full well that Paraytec will be sold probably for £52m and a dividend paid at £1, TB makes a lot of money shareholders not bothered because they have made money too, happy days, all of course in my opinion DYOR
15/8/2021
08:37
pwhite73: Peaky00 - "Nobody was complaining when we went from 10p to 1.30p with divi of around 55p!" If you bought Braveheart at 10p and were still holding at £1.30 that's because you haven't realised your gains. TB advocated a dividend of 55p because he would have been holding a certain number of shares that he hadn't paid for and therefore was the major beneficiary of the dividend payment. The dividend payment would have knocked an equivalent amount off the share price. Therefore if you bought at £1.00 a dividend payment of 55p would have reduced the value of the shares to 45p. As a shareholder you are no better off unless like TB you received your shares for free. Today BRH is trading at 27p. But for a tiny handful of people everybody who invested in BRH is out of pocket.
21/2/2021
16:55
mrpiggy: You will have to help me out here milliecusto. Having read your post I can only surmise that you are implying that we’ve all backed the wrong horse here at BRH! There’s a couple of things that have left me scratching my head and believe me that’s not easy for a pig! We Pigs are not noted for our intelligence so can you please explain why the ODX share price is only 89p, if what you are saying stacks up and they have the market covered then surely the share price would be multiples is that. I couldn’t help but notice that Angela Robertson on Friday had sold all 19,565 Ordinary Shares at a price of 93.075 pence per share. Now why the hell would she do that when if what you say stacks up then if she clung on to them for 12 months she would be selling them for between £15-£25 per share? That’s a red flag to me but forgive me for being stupid, that’s probably why us Pigs end up in so many pies :@(. Meanwhile, feel free to watch our share price fly as we await results that will be transformational for the uk and the world! ;@).
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