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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% 75.00 73.00 77.00 75.00 75.00 75.00 0.00 07:36:33
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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16/1/2020
09:01
The fact this isn't up big is such an opportunity for those that are aware of CALL. Very few companies consistently deliver this sort of growth, and in my opinion the management deserve some credit for that. They have been know to paint a rosy picture, but unless they're lying the headlines here are very positive and continue trending in the right direction. LONG BIG TIME!
jimbojet17
16/1/2020
08:29
And they still seem to have a lot of cash.
the millipede
16/1/2020
08:20
The most important figure on this update is that the ARR is already higher than last years total revenue.
zipstuck
16/1/2020
08:08
Aye, to be fair, they never fail to deliver bullish updates!
deltrotter
16/1/2020
07:43
Bullish update as ever today
rsmith57
16/1/2020
07:42
There you go Millipede...
deltrotter
13/1/2020
14:28
Anyone know, can we expect a trading update this week or next?
the millipede
04/12/2019
08:21
Based on what?
davr0s
04/12/2019
08:19
I bought 1500 today - but it is not displayed in here
riostroy
04/12/2019
08:10
Placing coming up???
deltrotter
21/11/2019
11:29
Yep. I get that disappointment. But, leaving aside what has been said, there have always been two legitimate approaches to enhancing shareholder value here. My view is the company has been clear about this all along. The first is to prioritise break even, cash generation and profitability, then use that cash and those profits to fund further growth. The second is to raise money and prioritise growth, and the "significant additional costs" are part of that. Obviously they have gone for the latter and I am happy about that (it seems I am perhaps one of the few smaller shareholders who prefers what they have done rather than the alternative.) But I do understand the other view.
the millipede
21/11/2019
10:32
Likewise, I'm an erstwhile holder and this seems to be a perpetual Jam Tomorrow company, after three years of being promised break-even I felt my money would be better invested elsewhere. As a British tech business I hope it succeeds in the long term, but I think my expectations and those of the management are not aligned!
sdmbot
21/11/2019
10:08
Unfortunately the Presentations by the Company to Private Investors over the years, since 2013 have always hidden what the true Business Plan is. At the first Mello event in Derby they spent days promoting cash break even by the then year end. It was all a Bluff which has continued as they realised Investors repetitively believe the hype. Now they have ''significant additional costs''? I wish you all good luck but I wouldn't be expecting Profits in 2021 or 2022 or 2023...
pj 1
21/11/2019
09:33
As a fairly long term supporter of this company I have to admit the reported losses are going to worsen in the short term. But I think this is an inevitable consequence of their business model, which requires quite intensive sales effort upfront; as well as the high growth story which means by the time results are released they are already old news. The key metrics remain the same: cash burn and annualised recurring revenue, which has now reached £1m per month. Churn is still low, and the company is close to becoming cash flow positive. IMO amazing progress given where CALL was five years ago. Whether this is good value at £40m market cap with the amount of cash they have is the question. I am sure others can explain all this more eloquently than I can but I think it is decent value, I believe we are on the cusp of large returns and won't be selling.
the millipede
20/11/2019
13:47
Arden have today revised their forecasts and hugely widened the losses to come due to "significant additional costs": this year - £3.45m loss (from £3.09m loss) next year - £4.72m loss (from £1.35m loss) I've had CALL on my watch list for some years, but the valuation has always been too rich, and these new forecasts just reinforce the decision to sit and wait.
rivaldo
06/11/2019
07:38
More US interest. Good.
the millipede
29/10/2019
07:09
Hopefully yesterdays share price rise was the beginning of a recovery. The market has certainly ignored the recent announcement that monthly turnover exceeded £1m level and that the fund raising was very well supported. I suppose you can understand the markets reluctance to get too excited given the missed promises of the past but perhaps management are about to deliver, lets hope so!
140661
28/10/2019
11:33
From their website: "Long Path Partners is a privately-owned investment firm that manages two concentrated equity Partnerships. The Firm employs an ‘ownershipR17; approach to public equity investing. We seek to compound capital by investing in high quality, predictable businesses that we intend to own for the long term."
the millipede
28/10/2019
07:22
Long Path Partners, LP invests 7pc
ali47fish
10/10/2019
20:10
2014 the pompous ar*e hole Cleaver told me face to face they were fully funded to cash flow break even 5 years later still no guarantee they are fully funded and still not cash flow break even. Lifestyle Company paid for by shareholders.
pj 1
10/10/2019
18:04
They are hardly promoting the PI offer - why on earth would I want to buy shares and immediately lose money on it?
davr0s
01/10/2019
10:41
Cloudcall has always had two options. The first, favoured by some posters on here, has been to prioritise break-even; the second, to go for growth and worry about profitability later. In my mind, this company has done enough to prove the business model works and I think the better long term plan is to go for growth, if it can be funded at reasonable rates. The board clearly agree as confirmed by the placing announcement. There is nothing underhand about this and I think it reflects a genuine attempt to build a large profitable business for the long term. As for the small offer for current shareholders, the company is in a bit of a fix because they would be pilloried by us if we had been excluded; at the same time, judging by comments here, most of us are a bit sceptical (preferring the break even option above) and in any case many of us have averages well under the current price so it is not obviously in our interests to buy more stock at this price. So I wonder if the open offer will be especially well supported, but either way that does not mean the board have got things wrong IMO.
the millipede
30/9/2019
19:30
If they're EIS-qualifying and you can use the tax advantages, it might be a reasonable deal. Certainly worth thinking about.
supernumerary
30/9/2019
19:29
Probably made it so small because it was embarrassing to see how many people actually put their hand in their pockets. Cleaver is a scumbag. He was supposed to have enough cash to take him to breakeven about 5 years ago. Thieving shizz.
horndean eagle
30/9/2019
18:49
1 for 38 lol - surprised they bothered widening the participation if you can call it that
davr0s
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