Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Dev Clever Holdings Plc LSE:DEV London Ordinary Share GB00BH452L44 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 7.85 521,654 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
7.70 8.00 7.85 7.85 7.85
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 37
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
12:56:21 O 200,000 7.63 GBX

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Dev Clever Daily Update: Dev Clever Holdings Plc is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DEV. The last closing price for Dev Clever was 7.85p.
Dev Clever Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 7.60p and a 12 week average price of 6.30p.
The 1 year high share price is 10.15p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.05p.
There are currently 471,219,794 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,742,832 shares. The market capitalisation of Dev Clever Holdings Plc is £36,990,753.83.
1jwp: Share price steady on 16,000,000 sell! More to come I think!
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.
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!
tomboyb: AKERS buys more -
hungary16: Placing at 1p - share price goes to 1p - from there on it’s anyone’s guess !
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zoro9791: He must be the close to the board he is only vocal when something a out to happen, he was away for long time and suddenly appeared few days on the share price collapse!!!It has happened few times from 8p downwards. That's where most got cought ( myself ). I'll keep away fro this company. Dropped a email to Dev to let my frustration go away.Be careful here I was really positive but how I can see what is going on here.
lord gnome: There seem to be two separate issues here. Firstly, our dear fiends at Cornhill or whatever they call themselves now, got the company to issue all those lovely shares at 1p. The share price was then ramped up post IPO by well-known serial rampers using multiple aliases and the cheap shares were / are being dumped at a huge profit. Only once these shares have been cleared out will the share price settle. Whether the company is worth anything at all and has any prospects is the second issue. Time will tell and I don't honestly know. My instinct is that the whole thing stinks and yet ..... this has a full market listing whereas pump and dump stocks are usually an AIM speciality. What is certain is that this will leave a nasty taste in people's mouths for a long time to come and it will affect sentiment towards the company. We need to p and d squad to exit, the share price to settle, and a decent trading RNS giving some real reasons for buying the share. Until then I will continue to watch this from the sidelines. I feel for all those shareholders who bought higher up and have watched their capital evaporating ever since.
pwhite73: john henry That sounds more plausible. The management do need to say something though. Seems like a decent company to me with their fingers in lots of quality pies but with the share price being trashed by greed and thoughtlessness at the IPO stage. Sadly people look at a falling share price and think the company is falling as well which isn't always the case.
baghdaddy2018: I'd prefer to see it as more of a sustained rise in the share price towards a more realistic level. You had your chance to get in today on the lows and missed it. I personally added more as I see immense value at these levels. Hearing a new PR company coming on board very shortly which should help significantly as good PR has been lacking. Additional news expected is a major hardware partner to facilitate the implementation of VICTAR in the many schools that have subscribed. I also wouldn't be surprised to hear that lock in period extended for the 1p shares. That should more than satisfy the market that Chris means business and has no intention of flooding the market. Anyone that has spoken to him knows that DEV is his baby and the hours and hours of hard graft he and the team have put in to create the company and progress it to where they are today, are worth a damn sight more to him than the current share price The company is revolutionary in the education careers market. VICTAR is the ONLY product on the market that meets all.of the government mandated benchmarks. Its nearest competitor doesnt even come close. This revenue stream alone, if only 10% take up across the country will generate significant revenues. Using a baseline £10k per school, college etc that signs up (10k being the average package cost) every 100 educational institutes that sign up generates £1 Million in revenue. Theres approximately 7000 eligible educational institutes in the country, 10% is £7 Million in annual revenue. That's just from the Educate arm of the company. Engage is already winning bluechip clients such as Pepsi and has engaged in a partnership with Oracle and their POS systems. The team presented engage to Glaxo Smith Kline after being specially invited. The feedback was second to none, in fact GSK had never been so enthused by a presentation as much as they were by DEV. Figures are unknown so any revenue speculation is just that, speculation. Worst case scenario imho is £1 million a year. The experience arm of the company is still in its infancy so significant revenues could be a while away. Taking all of the above conservative estimates into account we have annual revenues of £8 million. A typical PE for a tech company such as DEV is between 20 and 50. That gives a mcap of between £160 million and £400 million. The maths is simple. That's why I keep buying and will continue to do so. My research tells me it's the right thing to do
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