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DEV Dev Clever Holdings Plc

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Dev Clever Holdings Plc LSE:DEV London Ordinary Share GB00BH452L44 ORD GBP0.01
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24/10/202222:24Dev Clever18
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Posted at 18/12/2022 13:48 by papillon
time1 16 Feb '19 - 20:37 - 2 of 2082
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"Good work starting a new thread
Load up on cheap shares while you can
This is going to 50p"

😂 😂 What a ramper! He Ramped DEV on numerous other bb's. I wonder why? 🤣
Posted at 16/12/2022 07:11 by easybrent
Looks like Dev Clever stock is worth zero now.
Posted at 31/8/2022 15:27 by terminator101
Oh dear, looks like the cash is in a perilous state in this loss making overvalued fluff. That Death spiral finance facility is going to give the share price a good kicking on relisting.
Posted at 22/8/2022 07:16 by terminator101
Oh dear, another loss making year huh. (£2.54 million if you must ask)

While the rampers will point to the increased revenues, that will be to distract from the fact that at £7.36 million they are absolutely tiny. Cash just a little over £7m too. But don’t worry as the Executives at DEV are doing just fine having awarded themselves some nice pay rises ;-)

Can anyone venture how DEV is even remotely worth a valuation of £250 million? No wonder CA is dumping.
Posted at 26/5/2022 09:52 by kaos3

Dev Clever, a leading developer of online and immersive career guidance, learning and development platforms, today gives the following updates.

Board change

The Company announces that David Ivy has informed the Board of his decision to step down as Non-Executive Director and Chair of the Audit Committee with immediate effect owing to personal circumstances.

Dev Clever is seeking to appoint two internationally experienced individuals with relevant global commercial and growth company expertise, a Non-executive Chairman and Non-executive Director respectively. Further updates will be provided in due course.
Posted at 21/11/2021 15:59 by majwandco
•••; Always amusing reading a post from a Neanderthal who has absolutely no idea on comparable revenue multiples in the sector •••; To short on one of the fastest growing company's in one of the fastest growing sectors in the world; EdTech is rather brave. •••; Pro-rata revenue for FY21 should by my calculations be around £7.5m when the £3.7m from Aldebaron is factored in •••; That would give DEV a very conservative revenue multiple of 24x compared to peers •••; Just a couple of examples •••; Byju's ($18bn mcap) rev. multiple is 56x •••; UpGrad's ($1.2bn mcap) rev. multiple is 35x. •••; If you apply Byju's rev. multiple of 56x to Dev, it would give a share price of 72p. •••;
Posted at 12/11/2021 10:36 by master rsi
There was a note a couple days ago ......

Market Sentiment Around Loss-Making Dev Clever Holdings Plc (LON:DEV)
By Simply Wall St Published November 10, 2021

We feel now is a pretty good time to analyse Dev Clever Holdings Plc's (LON:DEV) business as it appears the company may be on the cusp of a considerable accomplishment. Dev Clever Holdings Plc develops and distributes immersive software products in the United Kingdom, rest of Europe, the Asia Pacific, and the United States. With the latest financial year loss of UK£938k and a trailing-twelve-month loss of UK£636k, the UK£190m market-cap company alleviated its loss by moving closer towards its target of breakeven. Many investors are wondering about the rate at which Dev Clever Holdings will turn a profit, with the big question being “when will the company breakeven?” In this article, we will touch on the expectations for the company's growth and when analysts expect it to become profitable.....
Posted at 02/11/2021 10:25 by master rsi
That is my view earlier today ...

"Marked down this morning after yesterday's sales and that encourage to get in on large amounts at the middle price, share price has moved forward since on very good volume. The seller looks like finally has finished."
Posted at 12/5/2021 14:00 by majwandco
Brilliant news this morning; confirmation that DEV Clever is to be included on the latest MSCI Micro Cap Index.

Between now and the end of May the index will start building a position, either in chunks, or in one large buy.

Not only is this alone amazing news, there is a possibility that large funds who track/mimic the index will also be taking positions in DEV.

In short, there could be large chunks of stock moving into the stickiest of hands - The share price is almost certain to respond extremely positively.

Scroll to Page 9 to see DEV's formal inclusion on the latest index:

My experience of this in the recent past was when AVCT and GGP were included on the index for the first time, their share prices performed extremely well in the proceeding months.
Posted at 14/5/2020 23:13 by bagzzz114
Hi All,

This is my first post, but read this and other BBs regularly. I'm only positing now I have a burning question that I'd like to see what your thoughts are.

I'm fortunate to have purchased a sizeable chunk her on 3rd Fef for around 2p, and averaged up, so I'm doing fairly well. The latest news wasn't taken brilliantly by the market, but this could be down to everything being down. My questions are as follows;
1) If Jefferies was expecting a sharp increase in the share price, as many on the BBs are in the short term, why sell a significant proportion to Akers for 8p now, at that prices for up to nearly 2 years!? I'm sure he doesn't need the cash and so it doesn't make sense, when he could make at least double that if it goes up as many expect.
2) what is the advantage to Jeffries for selling other than cashing in, albeit at a price far less than most expect this to achieve. The company doesn't gain an advantage from a financial persepcetive! Is there another advantage I'm missing?
3) I've been investing for 11 years and every time there is a fundraiser the share price has always been taken, usually down, to the placing / fundraising price, or lower. Why hasn't this happened in this case and the share price moved up? Our shares will effectively be diluted and we'll own a smaller proportion of the company, so my view is that multiples of this share price are likely to be way off. Thoughts?
4) I've researched the warrant at 25p and I just don't get it being issued. It just doesn't make sense for Jefferies to sign a deal that says have a chunk of shares for 8p now....when the warrant implies they could expect a share price of 25p within 3 years. It all seems a bit odd, that or I'm missing something.

I'm not deramping. I'm doing well out of the company and all the news points to great things and the ride the last 3 months has been unreal. I'd love to see it above 10p and beyond in the short term, but to me logically something doesn't add up in the short term. Can anyone offer any thoughts on this?

Hoping this is received in the inquisitive nature it is intended to be sent. Wishing everyone an enjoyable ride on this exciting adventure!
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