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Braveheart Investment Group Plc LSE:BRH London Ordinary Share GB00B13XV322 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.50 -4.64% 72.00 1,245,144 15:06:48
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
71.00 73.00 78.00 68.50 76.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.31 -0.57 -2.01 28
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:06:42 O 50,424 72.00 GBX

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11/4/2021
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 75.50p.
Braveheart Investment Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 54p and a 12 week average price of 35p.
The 1 year high share price is 138.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 11p.
There are currently 38,297,451 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,365,346 shares. The market capitalisation of Braveheart Investment Group Plc is £27,574,164.72.
01/4/2021
07:24
kemche: Why oh why did I not follow Denise's checklist? I could have saved so much money if I had simply followed her rules: What is a share What am I buying What affects a share price and its movements What is the price of a share - not in absolute terms but relative to it's salient metrics eg P/E ratio, price to book, price to sales, etc What is a balance sheet and what items are found on it What is a profit and loss account What is a cashflow statement What is the pedigree of the BODs What value have they previously created for their shareholders Are they buyers or sellers of the shares What are the RNSes REALLY trying to tell me Are there any Institutional Investors If not then why not What options do the BODs hold, at what price Are they exercising the same and dumping them If so why What product does the company make Have they made them successfully If so then have they managed to sell them To whom At what price and profit margin How many would they need to sell to break even What net profits would they need to make to justify the market cap Are there any competitors What market share do they have What are their distribution channels Are any based in a terraced house in Blackpool Why not Do they know a Mr McIntyre Why not etc
28/3/2021
15:38
bygdennis: Old Hodhasbeen/kemche' and the profs Etc!! Hate progress they can't afford!! You're joking Reg!! Wait an hour?? Those who research and understand what's to come will be all over this!! Have you watched the video?? There may be a short play to get the share price lower but doubtful!! They'll need to make a good offer to get shares to satisfy demand seems how it will go!! Possible deal coming from one of the big testing outfits and BRH will do what they do!!
23/3/2021
10:39
mrpiggy: Difficult one to value but a few things we do know. BRH own Paraytec so selling the whole company wouldn't be a problem. Trevor Brown knows how to turn a profit and also rewards his share holders. We also know that Paraytec is known by the big hitters including Astra zenica and Fuji film amongst others so are no doubt under scrutiny!Whatever it sells for the dividend will be multiples of today's share price because of the goodwill on top of the company valuation. (The potential earnings in years to come from Paraytec).
03/3/2021
18:37
supercity: The point is that if all employee options have been exercised and then are subsequently sold at these levels (this is the part we won't know yet) then it doesn't exactly send out a strong message to retail investors who are endlessly telling each other the share price can go ten times higher with these tests.It makes you think that all employees (who will always know more than anyone else) see today's price as a great price to sell their shares.It's pretty obvious that if ground breaking multibag share price news is only a few weeks away then no one within the company will sell a single share.
01/3/2021
13:33
lw425: I'm personally being careful about buying this falling knife. What I'm asking myself is this. If the information in the RNS today had been in the public domain in January, would the share price have risen from 30p to 130p? The answer I personally conclude is no it would not. In fact I feel the share price would still be around 25p. Still a nice little earner for those PI's who played the game correctly.
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! ;@).
18/2/2021
15:12
mrpiggy: It's virtually impossible to second guess the market!I was expecting this rise yesterday afternoon as all BRH investors had been given a license to make profits once the share price had recovered after the speeding ticket.... yet nothing!MM's did a good job holding BRH back this morning but it looks like the breaks are off!Happy Days! ;@)
17/2/2021
09:22
mrpiggy: Monday and yesterday mornings trading shows all investors where we are going on a positive RNS!The MM's have little or no control on the share price with so little share in issue and on a positive RNS the share price will go to pounds very quickly. Trade BRH at your peril as I believe Braveheart will catch the market with its pants down with results BEFORE the end of February!
15/2/2021
20:25
mrpiggy: Did you mean you bailed at 70p?Ouch!If so you may be clinging on to the share price coat tail in the morning!As I said earlier the share price MAY multibag just on expectation of the 5 minute test working. If it does work then the touch paper is lit so hang on. This MAY and I reiterate MAY be a once in a lifetime share similar to GKP which once was a fraction of a penny and went well over £15/share at one point or AAA before Chris Ackers piled his cash in there....life changing amounts if you have the balls to hold. This is NOT a share to trade IF the 5 minute test works. All in my opinion of course!
11/12/2020
09:51
cliffv69: Dennis, why do you think the share price will drop on the 6th Jan ? Anyone who qualified for the dividend could have started selling yesterday !!! What you are missing is that intelligent investors can see the potential in BRH portfolio and see the value in the share price this will more likely be much higher by Jan 6th after a few good announcements. Onwards and upwards !!!
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