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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cloudcall Group Plc LSE:CALL London Ordinary Share GB00B4XS5145 ORD 20P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 74.00 73.00 75.00 74.00 74.00 74.00 625 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 9.6 -3.1 -8.7 - 29

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30/9/2019
17:38
RNS: open offer is 1 for every 53 that you hold at 100p per share. you can apply for more
davemac3
30/9/2019
10:47
A 'Premium' I'm sure. But to what share price I am unsure. They must hold the world record along with SEE for the number of Placings?
pj 1
30/9/2019
10:42
I'm out... at a loss. But good luck to holders. In the current climate, and having fallen under the £ threshold, the profits keep on evading the business model... But have read P Scott's report of Stocko, and he seems to think it might be taken over at a premium.
brucie5
30/9/2019
08:13
V positive update - revenue to accelerate into H2 and US especially strong. I'll be picking some up in the open offer if I can get my hands on some.
jimbojet17
29/7/2019
18:08
Looks likely to continue recovery, which means buying has not stopped post results. 1.20 will confirm this.
brucie5
24/7/2019
15:50
Apparently not.
brucie5
23/7/2019
19:55
big buy at the end. onwards and upwards.
mfhmfh
22/7/2019
10:37
We seem to be creeping up again. I wouldn't be surprised to see resumption of trend here, which seems to be the pattern after results pullback. Peeps maybe buying into the 30% growth story?
brucie5
17/7/2019
20:47
Every dog has its day Monty.... Maybe, just maybe this will come, and be multiples of the current price. Worth a flutter rather than an investment IMO... (Biased as per earlier posts).
deltrotter
17/7/2019
16:23
Smithson, thanks for pointing that out, he wrote a detailed analysis as you say in the comments... I have copied his Summary below: My opinion - each investor will form their own views on this. i understand the frustration of bears on this stock. But for me, the potential upside is sufficiently large, that I don't really mind the bumps in the road - it comes with the territory, and doesn't undermine the upside case very much at all, in my view. Maybe I take a longer term view than others? If growth had stalled, or even gone negative, then I'd unceremoniously ditch this share as a failure. However, the 30%+ organic growth is genuinely exciting. The product works well (I know, as I've tried it), and good momentum is clearly there, with customer growth. It looks cheap to me.
montyville2
17/7/2019
15:49
I quite like his articles. Yes someone told me he lost a small fortune on Medisys a few years back. He does in my opinion try to give an honest analysis as he sees it.
1fox1
17/7/2019
15:02
fox and monty he did comment, he put it in the comments section. I am not sure if it can be directly copied as the SCVR is pay for now. He was basically pleased with the update and surprised that the price fell yesterday. He listened to the webinar and was overall impressed, said that 30% organic growth was still great and that the previous broker targets were set too high. Noted the bull and bear points and again some frustration with break even being pushed back. He seems to believe that eventually the company will be sold on, he recently bought more and at a higher price than yesterday. I think blindly following PS can be quite dangerous but he has a lot of respect from people. I also hold these myself and do agree with his views. He does great analysis but sometimes just seems to buy junk.
jpsmithson
17/7/2019
14:59
Fox, this is what he said on 4 June: "My opinion - this company has disappointed in the past, but has I believe reached a tipping point where things are starting to work. This was one of my small cap ideas at the recent Mello London conference - see page 8 of my presentation slides here. After a few false starts in recent years, I think this share could re-rate nicely if sales momentum continues. I see good upside here. Strongly growing SaaS businesses tend to be highly rated, especially in the US. £26m market cap at circa 100p per share, looks cheap to me." I think many would agree that the 'sales momentum' is indeed continuing, so I see no reason why Paul would take a different view given the latest update.
montyville2
17/7/2019
14:06
Okay Thanks anyway
1fox1
17/7/2019
13:52
Fox, he has not commented on the SCVP as yet, his colleague Graham Neary was author that day and it wasnt covered
montyville2
17/7/2019
10:24
Anyone got a copy of what Paul Scott had to say? Cheers
1fox1
17/7/2019
07:25
I do agree with that PJ1 - they will want to dump this on to another company at some point to exit....
deltrotter
16/7/2019
13:51
Don't think anyone is happy they are missing forecasts. No one is oblivious to the fact they have blown through a lot of cash and lost a lot of money but the travel of direction is heading the right way. For now at least 2020 numbers haven't been adjusted too much. Indicates its more of a timing issue re customer sign ups and going live rather than a lack of demand for the product. Cleaver said their spending on product development is holding steady. If that is indeed the case then we should see steady progress on reducing losses on a monthly basis. Still looking at monthly breakeven second half of 2020. Whether than threshold is met 3 months or 9 months late is not a huge deal as long as growth still carries on at 20-30%a year thereafter.
horndean eagle
16/7/2019
13:08
It doses look as if they have spent £2.2M raised in January and getting a larger borrowing facility points to another placing
zipstuck
16/7/2019
12:20
"I don’t want CALL to be profitable if it’s at the cost of growth." Interesting post, Jimbo. The US interest may well coincide with yours, then. I'm still very curious to see what PS says, though I suspect it will be more of the same.
brucie5
16/7/2019
12:16
I've always maintained that I don't want CALL to be profitable if it's at the cost of growth. I work for a US software company and have worked for a few others, Ive also invested in many over the recent years - they approach this totally differently. CALL is trending in the right direction. If there was deceleration in key metrics I'd be worried, but that's not the case. I accept it's not one for the retirement portfolio, but as someone who's held for 4-5 years, I'm happy with everything but the SP
jimbojet17
16/7/2019
12:15
US investors will be key. They have been buying into the recovery story, and will no doubt decide soon whether it was the right Call. Pun intended. On the chart, FWIW, it looks no more than a pullback to the base of the rising trend, which has broken up over the 200. So in theory, a good price to buy.
brucie5
16/7/2019
12:10
Agreed, and Cleaver was refreshingly honest about some things that didn't pan out as expected which is rare.
jimbojet17
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