Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Eight Peaks Group Plc LSE:8PG London Ordinary Share GB00BG86C059 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 2.25 0.00 01:00:00
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1.50 3.00
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Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 2.25 GBX

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Eight Peaks Daily Update: Eight Peaks Group Plc is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker 8PG. The last closing price for Eight Peaks was 2.25p.
Eight Peaks Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
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There are currently 17,988,255 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Eight Peaks Group Plc is £404,735.74.
chinese investor: Virtualstock are to publish a list of their shareholders this month. It will be interesting to note Eight Peak's and Zaf's holdings. Virtualstock's have recently done cash raises at £2 per share. Eight Peaks value their VS holding at over £2 million !
chinese investor: Mrs Karen Pickles has 126 Eight Peaks shares....they're worth about 3p each ! When LEG became 8PG (a 1 for 388 consolidation) the price of 8PG was 33p ! LEG were around 0.1p at the time - remember the one pence party invitations ! "Karen" had bought them for 0.4p so... ...her £200 investment is currently worth £4 (ignoring dealing costs) !
michaelsadvfn: The peasants like "michaels" can't even afford one share here.... ...but he CAN afford to buy shares in a stock that will go up! PANR, Monday morning....could be Tuesday but who cares.
soup de jour: Every May he takes his annual bath, he wets his hair Wraps a towel around him as he chooses his next share It's a different world Slipping into stockings, stepping into heals Playing pocket snooker in his raincoat It's a different world At the keyboard where the porkies grow, he takes a break Drinks another vodka, and he finds it hard to stay awake It's a different world Du du du du du du, it's a different world Du du du du du du, it's a different world So sad, so sad Always he feels so sad Alone in his Sutton shed, he'd dwell Till the man of his dreams comes to break the spell Dave, I'm coming !! And he comes, once he's come he calmly leaves different world So sad Always he feels so sad Du du du du du du, it's a different world Du du du du du du, it's a different world
kemche: An analyst writes: different world - 15 Aug 2020 - 14:25:17 - 1427 of 11920 @SupplyME stock finance fintech co, - SYME It is impossible, of course, to compare SYME with other spectacular stocks of the past. None of them are around now in their original form, for all sorts of differing reasons. Some reasons were total fraud, some were lies, and some were just overestimations of what was basically "in the ground". However, there does appear to be one strong difference between SYME and the other stocks, of which I'll try and post an approximate price estimation below. First one up was Poseidon. This was listed in Oz and London in 1969, and played on the back of the then nickel boom. Nickel was in high demand (and short supply) and the promoters of Poseidon way overestimated the amount of nickel they (thought) they had in the ground. If my memory serves me correctly, it was floated in London at the princely sum of 3/6d (now 17-1/2p). The nickel price rose spectacularly over the next 6-12 months and the shares peaked at £124 before the "lie" was finally exposed. Secondl was Polly Peck. Again I have to raid the memory bank, but I think it was some sort of reverse takeover of an old east end clothing firm, by Azil Nadir. I do actually recall the premises in Whitechapel as it was on my to work. The shares languished around 6p for some time, again there wasn't just an overestimation of the potential (and profits) of Polly Peck, but this time fraud entered the fray. Needless to say they went bust, and Nadir fled the country. The third stock I remember going from rags to riches was Somportex, I think in the early 80's on the back of a boom in a "new" drink called "Slush Puppy". This was basically a semi-frozen flavoured drink (how many had those years ago when the freezer conked out!), and youngsters clamoured for it, but once again the overestimation of the number of shops stocking it (I think Somportex had the full licence not just for the brand name but the equipment installed in shops too), led to an eventuall downfall and relative obscurity as slush puppy quickly fell out of fashion. The perfect "fad" which burnt out in a short space of time. Now I mention these three stocks for one good reason. There was a pattern in all of them in that they took off mainly based on "estimation" or in one case downright fraud. Not one of them had issued any solid material statement showing that positive work had already been done and that their project was a work in progress. Unlike those three, SYME have already issued statements showing what has already been achieved, and the number of customers. Of course, there will always be estimates for future growth but out of all the companies, only SYME has anything substantial to show at this stage of the game. To compare share price performance, SYME have gone from a low of 0.05 to the current 0.34, a multiple of approximately 7. POLLY PECK went from 6p to £36 a multiple of 600. POSEIDON went from 17-1/2p to £124 a multiple of 708 I don't have price info for SOMPORTEX but I believe it did bag around 50 times at the peak. The reason I point out the price comparison is for those who are now talking of SYME being "overpriced" or "speculative". Even on a momentum basis and if SYME had nothing at all to offer, save for estimation (don't mention fraud) it hasn't even bagged anywhere near the others - momentum traders take note. The difference, of course, is that SYME DO have solid evidence and proof of "work in progress". Even a mere 100 bagger from here would only give a price of around 35p, so by observing the above one can see the massive potential if forecasts and figures that are being quoted even come half to fruition
fatfish: can't believe this is still going on, unlike 8PG tips.
belt n braces: cpap man Not really following 8PG closely these days. However, if VS was valued in total at £ 4.25 per share price, this would bode well for 8PG. Whether any gains would flow back to shareholders is another matter. On that note the closing Asset Match auction for this quarter ends next Wednesday. There are a few shares down for sale but so far no buyer. If 8Peaks are really worth a lot higher than the price noted on Asset match, you would think that Zaf or Monsoon would hoover up these shares?
belt n braces: When I find myself in times of trouble, Zaf and Monson comes to me Speaking words of wisdom, delist 8PG And in my hour of darkness they are standing right in front of me Speaking words of wisdom, delist 8PG 8PG, 8PG, 8PG, 8PG Whisper words of wisdom, delist 8PG And when the broken hearted punters living on ADVFN all agree There will be an answer, delist 8PG What happened to the penny party, there is no chance now they will see There will be an answer, delist 8PG 8PG, 8PG, 8PG, yea 8PG There will be an answer, delist 8PG 8PG, 8PG, 8PG, yea 8PG Whisper words of wisdom, delist 8PG 8PG, 8PG, 8PG, 8PG Whisper words of wisdom, delist 8PG And when the night is cloudy there is still a light that shines on me General meeting tomorrow, 8PG I wake up to the sound of music, Zaf and Monson comes to me Speaking words of wisdom, delist 8PG 8PG, 8PG, 8PG, yea 8PG There will be an answer, delist 8PG 8PG, 8PG, 8PG, 8PG Whisper words of wisdom, delist 8PG
belt n braces: It seems to me that the present low market value of the company is bonkers. Let's consider the following: Placing cash raised in the last 12 months: 14th May 2018 550,000 20th Dec 2018 610,000 20th Dec 2018 170,000 Zaf & Monson Total 1,330,000 Yet the market value this weekend is circa £ 1.5 Million So the shares trade on a small premium to total placing amounts raised over the last 12 months. So are all the underlying assets (Virtualstock, IBS Corp, Dunraven, Crowd for Angels, Medgold and Amadeo) all worthless which the present 8PG share price is suggesting? I think not. If you consider what Rene is presently trying to achieve at Virtualstock, and the customers already onboard, this alone must value 8PG at a far higher level than the present market value. That's without the rest of the portfolio kicking in. In my view, the share is not on the radar of the PI's, and is presently woefully underpriced. STRONG BUY
gottopickapocketortwo: I think this will come good this year and is greatly undervalued .Once Rene irons out the creases in VS and expands , this will show in 8pg share price as sentiment changes IMO and little float - so happy to hold over 1.5% of 8pg's stock in pf. Gla watch this space this year
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