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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Dev Clever Holdings Plc DEV London Ordinary Share GB00BH452L44 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.55 2.22% 25.30 16:35:22
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
24.75 24.75 24.75 25.30 24.75
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Industry Sector
SOFTWARE & COMPUTER SERVICES

Top Investor Posts

DateSubject
27/4/2021
23:32
majwandco: David Von Rosen, a billionaire businessman has paid 30p for 20m DEV Clever shares. You don’t become a billionaire businessman by making poor financial decisions. Folk panic selling in the 20’s are either doing so due to inexperience, or they are a forced seller due to liquidity requirements. There is of course shorters in play here, for the last two days they have been in control. If Mr Von Rosen decides to buy more DEV in the market, then even the most brazen of shorters will get absolutely torched by the billionaire DEV investor Remember, when the loonies arrive (like today) trying to talk the share price drastically down... It’s a very good sign as they’re fearing a short squeeze.
27/4/2021
13:36
12toes: Bought in at 35p - now 28p = 20% down And he calls himself a ?master investor?You really couldn?t make it up BWAHAHAHA
27/4/2021
09:41
12toes: Bought in at 35p - now 30.5pAnd he calls himself a "master investor"You really couldn't make it up BWAHAHAHA
26/4/2021
10:01
citytilidie: Hi Snowy, Like any master investor I bought these at a great price...7p. Very shrewdly I thought at the time it wise to sell them at 10p which was a 30% profit in less than a month. Bought back in now at 35... Like I said.. master investor!! How many people haven’t done the same mind you.Hope all is well
22/4/2021
17:06
snowyflake: Hi citytilidie. I did not know that you were an investor in DEV. Yup the idiots have given us a break. Not difficult to spot a shorter. Take care and if you are new to the stock welcome aboard.
11/1/2021
19:30
scantrader: https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/dev-clever-DEV/share-news/Dev-Clever-Holdings-PLC-Update-on-Subscription-Agr/83796598 Perhaps you've forgotten - this is their funding arrangement with ICJL .. "ICJL has the right to subscribe for up to a further 60 million new ordinary shares in Dev Clever ("Subscription Rights") at 10 pence per share in the following tranches: -- 20 million shares on or before 28 February 2021; and -- 40 million shares on or before 30 June 2021. " As for earnings guidance. I mean the formal ones usually given by companies through their brokers - what companies usually refer to as "market expectations" when they have to give profit warnings. Not wild hopes of private investors/punters.
01/9/2020
07:58
failford: New investor with very sticky old hands.
08/6/2020
22:04
bagzzz114: At the end of the day nobody know where this is going. Longer term this should do well, but I’m very very disappointed to see this back in the 5s....but I did guesstimate where this was going a few weeks back. I’ve been investing for just over 11 years and I’ll never understand how trading works. Buy low and sell high....it just ain’t that easy. 5.75p with 200mil shares purchased at 10p, warrants at 25p. This makes no sense, other than institutions generally have much more patience than PIs. Advice to oneself.....don̵7;t be swayed by what’s on these boards. Create a plan and stick to it. If I’d have done that, namely, invest in Dev short term, enjoy the ride and sell as lockdown eases, I would have at least 50-70% more than I have now. I don’t buy this rubbish about investors selling being the reason for the drop. Doesn’t wash with me, been in companies before that continually slid downwards with persistent messages on BBS saying it’ll go up once the seller clears. Rubbish. I like the look of DEV long term., e.g. 18 - 36 month, but there are better companies to invest in on the short term. Selling 50% of my holding tomorrow, at £5k less than I should have done. I can’t watch this drop any further without taking some profit....should have done it 3-4 weeks ago and invested it in Barc, Cine or Purp, as was the original plan. Hey ho! Good luck all, but I think the quick buck may well be gone for now here.
08/6/2020
19:19
chrisfillyourboots: Sloppy retail selling affecting the price - maybe margin calls on other holdings?? DEV could certainly benefit from Institutional investor support and/or Brokers capable of helping to promote the Company to new investors, especially as DEV is now ideally placed to benefit from the surge in global demand for EdTech and the rollout of VICTAR and Careers Guidance with Lenovo. It's not inconceivable that Lenovo might take a friendly strategic minority stake in the DEV similar to what HTC did last month with VR Education where HTC bought a 20% stake prompting a subsequent 5x increase in VRE's share price.
06/6/2020
09:29
snowyflake: Erkman - whilst I appreciate that there is antagonism towards China resulting from Coronavirus and an ongoing trading spat between the USA and China, Lenovo has premises in many countries in addition to China. As part of both issues one could consider whether the number of Chinese students who hitherto have attended British universities and colleges will continue to attend. Might they instead take advantage of VR and Dev Clever's educational facilities if available? There is much that is attractive in investing in Dev let alone enterprise value which could value the company far higher. Whilst I am still learning about the company and the above are initial thoughts I think investors could be in for an interesting time although patience is required.
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