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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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16/1/2002
17:10
Well if your a director and purchased some shares you may be giving support to the shares but if you purchased shares for your wife you had better be sure that it is going do well or else you are going to have an earache whether it is your money or not. News not so good, if it had closed 2 pence higher, todays candlestick could have turn out to be a hammer if tomorrow closes higher. As it is tomorrow's low is important if it is above today's close the day after next is going to be upwards. If it hits at exactly 117, today's low, it is also good news because it forms a tweezer. Any other pattern tomorrow will see further decline after tomorrow.
sumukong
16/1/2002
16:42
for info , just noticed that one of the directors wives has just bought 33,000 shares at 121, so news can't be all doom and gloom, ..... or can it, any views
brimal
16/1/2002
16:39
purchase of 30,000 shares by steinbrecher`s wife at 121 today must be an indication of something ? surely she does not think the shares will test the 110 support level, but is prepared to dip her toes in at todays price. or am I missing something.
pjw956
16/1/2002
15:48
today the stock bounced of its 112p support. this is significant as the 112 is a fib number as well as the current 200 days moving average level and can point to a bullish outlook since the 200 day ma marks up the teritory between bullish and bearish outlook. so the stock may well take off from the 112 level. should the stock continue its current downturn, however, then there is support at 110 and 104, as ascertainable from the charts. if the 104 level is breached,and personally i think it won't, then the next support is available at 70p, quite drastic, but please also note the other supports according to fib below. doctorbird: the fib retracements are as follows: 112p @ 62% retracement, 104p @ 50% and 96p at 32%. note the coincidence of chart and fib support @ 104p. this level should provide very strong support indeed and may well prove to be the support at which the stock would build up a base to launch its next come back. what also makes the 104 level support substantial is its nearness to the round figure support of 100p. the latter is simply a round figure and is not a fib figure, but still will exert influence to support the price against further deterioration if any. what does all this amount to in terms of investing in this stock? - an agressive strategy involve investing all or most at the 112p on the hope the stock will bounce form current levels, example the wife of the director of ebq. - a less agressive strategy will invest partially at current levels leaving the rest of his capital to be invested on the expected rise from the 104 level and may well leave some capital for investment should the worse happen in the event that the 104 level is breached. i would emphasise that the prices above refer to short term/medium term price movement, say 3 month horizon. the long term outlook is good irrespective.
melfaraj
16/1/2002
14:58
Today it is looking more than just a blip. The downside breakout is now well clear of the baseline of the rising wedge which Balto drew attention to, so now your 110p does not seem far away Melfaraj, and it was only last Friday you proposed it.
doctorbird
16/1/2002
14:57
oh er bit of a slip eh ? but recovered from 117....which way will it go next ?
pjw956
16/1/2002
13:54
ALARM BELLS PEOPLE......
raveningwolverine
16/1/2002
13:18
if markets keep dropping,then ebq will fall with it.people who bought recently at around 100p will bank the profits.shares down 4.5p as i write.lots of sells going thru.lot of fears for retail sector if intrest rates go up.investors will properbly sit and wait.traders will have already sold,waiting to get back in at lower levels...
raveningwolverine
16/1/2002
11:28
Keep on buying or Hold what you have.This will come good,just a bit volatile now.IMHO will take off around march/april with target of 180.
sasimini
16/1/2002
01:38
EBQ Has Done It's Stuff. Great Buy From 23p ( No I Didn't - But I Should ) Take a Look at This Instead.... http://www.sci.co.uk/games/conflict/desert_storm/ Tony
opmoc
16/1/2002
01:33
The Sunday Telegraph apparently considers EBQ a sell.
doctorbird
15/1/2002
15:01
Rave. on balance I agree, they've had a good run, I got out early this a.m. at 127p and am moderately happy;think they have reached a good level and to wait for MAYBE an extra 20p isn't worth the downside risk. I'd rather the money was working more positively. I thought back in Nov/early Dec that they would make £2, now don't think they will. The Xmas results didn't do anything to the price, they say it was built in, either way it didn't happen and think the next way is down. Actually feel let down by the market after EBQ's performance. Good luck to all who continue to hold...lw woftm
littlewillie
15/1/2002
14:06
not done the share price any good though,did it.people who are holding ebq shares,which i presume u r,from ur smarmy remark,will hate posts that write anything againsts the shares they hold.i cant make everybody happy,im just giving my opinion....
raveningwolverine
15/1/2002
00:55
melfaraj thanks for the warning, this is one mistake I certainly wont be repeating, the mm s must laughing all the way to the bank
brimal
14/1/2002
15:07
Yeah, like the purchaser of 500,000 shares a couple of minutes ago.
trumpet
14/1/2002
14:07
MELFARAJ the valuation principle i use is the one everyone uses.the conclusion u come to depends on the inviduals outlook for the company.i feel the shares are overvalued at these levels,others will disagree with me....
raveningwolverine
14/1/2002
11:06
Thanks again both 110??? Hhhmmm....interesting. Thanks for this one too
balto
14/1/2002
10:38
balto, by all means. brimal, you have to be very careful with the spreads on this stock, indeed with any small company, in particular at opening and closing hours during which i suggest the stock should not be touched? i have seen 10% spread on ebq at market close minutes!!! even entraday the spread can vary dramatically within minutes. i've just been watching it few minutes ago. the spread changed from .8% to .4% within some 10 minutes or so! if you are not desperate to buy/sell, a limit order may well see you filled at much more reasonable prices on this stock.
melfaraj
14/1/2002
08:56
word of warning lads, I sold ebq a bit prematurely, and bought back in at 0806, 1500 of them ,look at the ridiculous spread,( 144 )which changed a minute later. learn from your mistakes, I didnt set a limit
brimal
14/1/2002
02:24
OK with me but I only pop in and out here occasionally, not currently being a holder of EBQ. Now, if it were to drop to 110p............
doctorbird
13/1/2002
20:36
Melfaraj and Doctorbird Thank you very mutch for your post. Much appreciated Apologies for the delay in answering you, being posting as a lunatic on qxl bb. -boy, what a war there- Ehmm.........would I be pushing my luck if, when and if qxl goes above 3, I come back here to ask you both what your thoughts will be then??? Regards
balto
13/1/2002
18:15
raven, perhaps you let me know what criteria for valuation you use?
melfaraj
13/1/2002
00:40
Sorry I have been mostly interested in the developers and publishers - ad hadn't realised the full details of this - not usually being too fussed about the retail side of the industry. Thought people may find it interesting - I'll get me coat...
mark p
12/1/2002
22:25
balto, My charts are log. scale and I am particularly interested in trends and patterns using mostly closing prices, sometimes including intra day moves if they are concentrated and not extreme. There is a strong clearly identified downtrend line with QXL, at 10.75p on 28.05.01, 6.75p on 21.08.01 and 4.25p on 08.11.01. This line is also the hypotenuse of a descending triangle, which has as baseline the resistance that Melfaraj refers to, and I agree with him about the ugly prospect of a break through it. So it is a case of waiting with optimism for an upside break through the triangle hypotenuse. In either case the wait should not be long now and I should prefer to see the next move before hazarding a guess at a future target.
doctorbird
12/1/2002
17:12
balto, the share is basically range bound, i.e. moving up and down within a range of prices representing the top and bottom of the range. the range is 2p support and 39 resistance. for the share to move up it has to break the 3p resistance and thereafter the subsequent resistance levels at 4,5,6 and 7p. it would appear that the latter resistance would be easier to break through than the current one of 3p. real breakthrough will happen once the 7 p range has been breached as the next target figure would be 12p. i wouldn't wish go any further for the time being. the bleak scenario is what happens if the current resistance level of 2p is breached into lower teritory? well, that would be ugly. i hope it would not happen, and we have been hearing some good news every now and then from this company.
melfaraj
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