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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ebiquity Plc LSE:EBQ London Ordinary Share GB0004126057 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 27.00 26.00 28.00 27.00 27.00 27.00 0.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 68.7 -6.5 -10.1 - 21

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06/11/2001
13:44
2 million shares sold by Fidelty, any followers know what's going on here?
mobile dealer
06/11/2001
08:41
melfaraj, I see this morning we have pushed through the 1.20 barrier but as usual I sold out yesterday too soon however in these troubled time a 10% profit is hard to give up so admittedly the surge this morning brought a smile...8-))
quantas
06/11/2001
00:57
O is an ordinary trade (like you and I place). C means there are special conditions attached (like an extended settlement period). AT is an automatic trade executed on the SETS order book (and these are the trades that alter the price). VW is the only one I'm unsure about but I think its a number of buys/sells done over a period of time then reported as one single trade. I stand to be corrected on that though :)
wuggs_uk
06/11/2001
00:34
can anyone help? under the trades heading, under types, trades are C, O, AT or VW can anyone enlighten me , thanks in advance
brimal
05/11/2001
14:53
quantas, overall the volume was good. most notable trade was one for .5m went in after market close. this, i am sure , would be an institutional trade. last year prchristmas period i once so 7m shares go through in 2 ro 3 trades within a couple of minutes of market close,the last went in one second prior to market close? this a fingureprint of institutional trades. such trades bide well for this stock, but not perhaps good enough to push the price over the 120 resistance level. pls note that this price is also a broker set limit, so it may be more difficult to break through. now as to what i think about the price movement during the christmas season. i think it would drop initially to such a leve as to attract institutional buying in millions of shares. and when you see such trades go through that would be the time to really commit yourself, but not untill you see upward price movement. like i had said, the mm's are very weary of punters filling their stockings with this share pre-christmas in anticipations, they have mouths to feed and presies to buy and are as greedy as hell too!
melfaraj
05/11/2001
14:22
melfaraj, any thoughts on the large buy last friday???? see its nudging at the 120 resistance level do you think we might see a breakout from here and onto xmas?? comments invited all.
quantas
05/11/2001
06:02
Anybody got any thoughts on the 1mill+ buy looks good if institutions are moving in??
quantas
02/11/2001
15:17
typical of the rumours that besiege this stock in the months leading to christmas! should any of such rumours influence the price materially, then expect a dramatic drop followed by a pick up. those who can withstand the rollecoaster ride would be rewarded handsomely. keep watching
melfaraj
02/11/2001
14:32
RUMOURS THAT THE UK LAUNCH OF THE GAMECUBE IS GOING TO BE DELAYED.............
raveningwolverine
02/11/2001
09:33
quantas, i very much hope this would be the case this year. however this stock remains, imo, a handfull to handle. well, lets go two years back. the stock climbed up from as low as some 25p to 115p in a few months only to tumble down again. interestingly, once again it did pick up. the tumbling down appear to occur on the back of some unfounded fears or rumors, but tumble it does. always keep a watchful eye on this one. this stock is very christmasy. a quci buck strategy would be to buy it acouple of months befor christmas and sell it just after christmas. being such an obvious strategy perhaps this is why somehow bad news is brought to bear on the stock just when investors believe they are in for a bumper harvest. the marketmakers are watching and know how to handle such strategies.
melfaraj
02/11/2001
00:10
EBQ is a sets stock, so there is no mid price as such, the indicative price is actually the last price traded on sets (AT trade). Sets can be manipulated but as a rule you can usually tell when its going to go up or down judging by the size and average volume on the order books. At the moment, buy orders far outweigh sell orders so the price is likely to go up. Doesn't always work like that though :) As for those 60million shares, I understood they were placed and so aren't being dumped on the open market, and I suspect the rise is due to the fact that EBQ are heading for a bumper Xmas this year and an even better one next year. I would have thought anyopne with half a brain could figure that out!
wuggs_uk
01/11/2001
22:05
That shudn't be the case this time as machines are out there, the launch of the xbox etc is next year, so really all we are looking at are strong sales for the ps2 leading upto xmas, Needs watching then if the xbox isnt released ontime as expected.
quantas
01/11/2001
21:10
Melfaraj, thanks FEVS
fevs
01/11/2001
21:08
sharemaniac,this is what I thought, so most serious gamers would probably use a store like EBQ to buy thier games. Though I think they are more likely to buy thier consoles from wherever is convienient. When exactly is the X-BOX and GAME CUBE being released in the UK, anybody know?? Cheers FEVS
fevs
01/11/2001
21:06
fevs, last year about this time of the year, and just as one had expected this share to produce a bumper harvest it plunged down from over 70p to just over 50p on news from the states about sony not being able to deliver all the quota allocations of the sony ps2 playstation before christmas last year. but my believe in the resiliance of this share was unwavering. i started a thread entitled 'ebq tipped again'. myself and contributors followed up the progress of the share until well past the 100p mark. of course there were many dissenting voices airing their views too. what made the share price pickup even more difficult to fathom was the fact that it happened against a background of overwhelming sells. i believe that this time the rise would be less treacherous, but as always this stock is not for the faint hearted and should be watched at all times. it is nice to see that interest in this stock has been extended over to this thread.
melfaraj
01/11/2001
20:49
woolworths has a very poor range of only the top ten titles in many of their stores while dixons and its other branded stores have larger selections but nothing close to ebq
sharemaniac
01/11/2001
20:11
Good sensible discussion here. Fundamentally, the business is sound. The game market should pick up around xmas. Unusually, for retail thisshould carry through to Spring/Summer 2002 with the launch of x-box. I worry about competition from Dixons, Woolworths etc. They certainly don't have the same range as EBQ but - with deeper pockets - could certainly undercut the prices in the event of a price war. Does anybody share these views?
honiton
01/11/2001
19:25
Nice to see a few more people contributing to this BB. Look forward to reading/joining in with these. 120p is my break even price so with a bit of luck I will be into a paper profit soon, this will make a nice change. FEVS
fevs
01/11/2001
16:42
asityo, thank you for your confidence. there are investors who would not invest on a breakthrough but wait for the price to make a touch down and bounce back from the level of resistance thus confirming that the resistance has been transformed into a support. one proviso though, if the breakthrough has been supported by an overwhelming volume it may not execute this touchdown at the breakthrough point. again you p[ays your money and take your choice. it is always a case of balancing risk versus rewards. from the breakthrough you need to chart the landscape using whatever clues the charts give you. for an excellent book on this subject read 'the master swing trader', by alan farley. it is one of the newer books and the author has worked hard on producing it with a plethra of charts and examples.
melfaraj
01/11/2001
16:13
melfaraj good advise but as you have already stated, I would waite for a decisive break coupled with high volume to enter the trade....mm have tendency to nudge the price over the resistance to sucker in unwary investors. Look fwd to your more informative comments on ebq.
asityo
01/11/2001
14:34
quantas, i know it is very tempting to jump in at this juncture. but i am still of the opinion that it is best to wait and see if the 120 resistance level is pierced decisively and under good volume before really commiting yourself. it really all depends on how risk averse you are at this juncture. if you are sitting on mounting profits at present and agressively seeking an opener, this one may well be it. in that case one strategy may be to invest part of your ultimate investment capital that you wish to allocate to this stock right now. then if the stock fails to breach the 120 level you withdraw immediately accepting a marginal loss. but if it is to pierce the 120 decisevely then you pyramid your investment by investing more and more until the stock runs out of steam as gauged by the various oscillators.
melfaraj
01/11/2001
14:25
Price is moving rapidly north now any thoughts melfaraj??
quantas
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