Braveheart Investment Group Plc

0.75 (5.36%)
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
  0.75 5.36% 14.75 485,590 15:28:02
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
14.00 15.50 15.25 14.00 14.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Management Services 0.19 1.45 2.80 7.13 9.40
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:03:22 O 33,024 15.125 GBX

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Braveheart Investment (BRH) Most Recent Trades

Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
2023-06-09 15:03:2215.1333,0244,994.88O
2023-06-09 14:19:5614.5014,5452,109.03O
2023-06-09 12:32:3616.00803128.48O
2023-06-09 12:28:3214.6660,0008,796.00O
2023-06-09 12:06:3214.502,094303.63O

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Posted at 02/6/2023 20:40 by softmallow
Miserable git..on every
News is coming here..don't be miserable get in.

Posted at 10/5/2023 11:32 by softmallow
BRH looking ready to go on another run up..atb everyone
Posted at 22/12/2022 11:02 by euclid5
you could of trusted his VEL share purchase some months back
Posted at 27/7/2022 16:53 by amanitaangelicus
As i said - terminal ...soon be worth getting ready for a t/o soon ...for peanuts. Another dismal ex covid share.
Posted at 16/3/2022 09:59 by 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
Posted at 16/3/2022 09:40 by 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
Posted at 13/12/2021 09:53 by 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?

Posted at 21/11/2021 20:33 by 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.

Posted at 06/9/2021 08:30 by 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
Posted at 21/2/2021 16:55 by 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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