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
  1.50 8.22% 19.75 8,398,706 16:00:10
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
19.50 20.00 20.10 17.50 18.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 93
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:50:15 O 100,000 19.75 GBX

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2021-01-15 18:50:2819.75100,00019,750.00O
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2021-01-15 16:29:0520.004,000800.00O
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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 18.25p.
Dev Clever Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 7.90p and a 12 week average price of 6.60p.
The 1 year high share price is 20.10p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.18p.
There are currently 471,219,794 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 10,468,370 shares. The market capitalisation of Dev Clever Holdings Plc is £93,065,909.32.
shardview: Hi Cielos, Great to know that you're incomprehensible posts are deliberate! Hope you're having a good day chap! I'm just looking at my dev profits lol
dane1606: Been quite here for months and all of a sudden the trolls arrive upset that they're missed out on the golden tickets ..thing is the journey has only just began and so instead at the feeble attempts to deramp why don't they just jump anoint the rocket they call DEV
shardview: Fair play. I thought you might actually have made some worthwhile points, but no. Briefly, as I'm not wasting my time... 1, as per your quote, it's a subscription that has provided the funding required for growth (particularly in India)- not a placing that's going to arrive through an RNS at 7am tomorrow. It is v well known about. The last tranche occurred when the share price was at 7p1!! Who funds a company above it's value unless they really believe in what it's doing. The position with the shares in public knowledge and priced. People like Akers, Johnson and Duff know way more about this company than you and are still buying. 2, yep, revenue is still an unknown. That's why the shares are currently 17p and not a quid. Look at other Edtech companies with the level of market exposure provided by the NISA deal (you do know about that, right?), look at there revenues and m caps!!! Then price in all the other growth possibilities from the Lenovo deal. A quid will still be cheap. You either know absolutely nothing about this company or are a troll. I will not engage you again.
scantrader: 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.
scantrader: Price strangely perky considering no earnings guidance from co. Two fundraisings coming up this half year, first within a few weeks, for 60 million shares combined, at a huge discount to current share price (Just 10p per share).
master rsi: Every time the buying price is higher, so any good size trade plus the NT will push the stock higher. keeping the spread large though the real prices are much closer. on a spread of 15.50 v 16.50p some selling was for 16p and buying now at 16.40p
master rsi: Looking good for tomorrow... Dev Clever Holdings ( DEV ) Charting Multibaggers, Bulletin Board Heroes, Sunday 10th January 2020 Https://
master rsi: 15.50p +0.25p Is a very hard work for the share price during the last few days as it wants to go higher and BREAKOUT, but some shorter are trying against it as it reaches that point. Let's see at the 3er time lucky.
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!
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