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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Falanx Group Limited LSE:FLX London Ordinary Share VGG3338A1075 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 1.175 1.10 1.25 1.185 1.175 1.18 80,762 08:00:06
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 5.9 -2.9 -0.7 - 6

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/2/2021
23:25
Any time Bapodra. Thank you for evading the simple question of whether you believe only your view is correct or not.
mach100
15/2/2021
23:20
Thank you for taking your time to post that on a share you don't hold hold or necessarily want to invest in. I wish you the very best dear sir/madam.
bapodra_investments
15/2/2021
21:52
There are always funds in stocks - it means nothing. You can consider me an old disillusioned investor if you like as I have a few of these that I stupidly didn’t sell when I got the chance after all the BS with Midgard and more BS from the braggard TO who left. Plenty more stocks to choose from that don’t have multiple failed attempts at any sort of organic growth. More importantly that don’t keep announcing they’ve just started the next amazing initiative.
yump
15/2/2021
16:30
In my experience when the likes of Amati, Octopus, Unicorn, Miton and Walker are involved then they will have conducted their due diligence and have enough confidence to invest in Falanx. This list below was updated on 9th February 2021. hxxps://falanx.com/falanx-group-investor-information/aim-rule-26/ Amati AIM VCT plc 85,000,000 16.18% Octopus Investments Nominees Limited 50,000,000 9.52% Unicorn VCT 33,333,333 6.34% Miton Group PLC 32,554,339 6.20% Walker Crips 28,122,034 5.35% Michael David Read (Director) 15,313,940 2.91% Alex Hambro (Director) 2,750,000 0.52% Ian Selby (Director) 2,069,348 0.39% Emma Shaw (Director) 1,366,666 0.26% Total number of Shares in issue 525,401,185 Shares not in public hands 20.27% Now the question is are they wrong? They could be. Some of these funds will have to sell every year if they have made any profit and want to pass this to their investors or they may wish to take losses by offsetting. The VCT funds will be providing an opportunity for their investors to claim EIS tax relief at 30% so they may keep invested in the VCT funds for at least three years. There are lots of different scenarios in play.
bapodra_investments
15/2/2021
15:48
Yump - If you are an existing investor you should sell. If you are not an existing investor or you have no interest in buying shares in this company then I am not sure what you are doing wasting your time on this thread. That is not to say you are wrong. You could have a valid point and the price action will confirm whether you are right or wrong in due course. Are you a current investor in Falanx?
bapodra_investments
15/2/2021
14:51
Cyber has been growing for years and this business, under the same ceo has delivered nothing. Its taken 3 years to get anything from the solarwinds partnership - much touted as having thousands of potential customers. They’ve reinvented every bit of the business as none have delivered growth. Buying it because it looks cheap is a mugs game, unless you’ve found a good business that has had a temporary setback. This is rubbish that should not have had a setback from covid, because its based on online/digital protection, which should not require physical selling. Covid is just an excuse.
yump
15/2/2021
14:12
Organisations investing significant time modifying web application firewalls to keep ahead of cybersecurity threats hxxps://securitybrief.eu/story/organisations-investing-significant-time-modifying-web-application-firewalls-to-keep-ahead-of-cybersecurity-threats
bapodra_investments
14/2/2021
21:31
Dave fair enough you have your investment criteria. It seems to me you are saying rubbish stocks do well so I will invest in them. Time will tell. I certainly would not invest after the recent spike as FLX has fallen back many times on unexplained spikes. The recent spike is more tangible in that FLX managed to wheedle in a mention of Microsoft. Bapodra I havent taken part in afew IPO's. Three paid off and one didn't. I do prefer companies that are out of favour with the market but have a clear trajectory and preferably niche. FLX's trajectory is unclear and is certainly not niche. If Cyber secuirty becomes an extremely hot sector then there might be some read across to Argo and KR1 but it is a crowded space. Has anyone seen a listed company use a CIBL loan for expansion before? Granted they have not been in existence long but the audacity takes my breath away.
mach100
14/2/2021
15:58
Mach100 - Yes I do realise and accept that FLX is highly unlikely to break even this year or even next for that matter. This is a long term play and by investing at 1.79p I think I am getting good value from a a 'risk/reward' perspective. I don't worry about short term losses. I have been investing long enough to not worry about such price moves on AIM. I have been investing on AIM for around 20 years now. Three years is nothing for me as I invest for the long term. I am not looking at trading FLX. I held Argo Blockchain and KR1 PLC for 3-4 years and both have x10 multi bagged for me with 1000%+ returns. Now I am not suggesting FLX will do that but I think in the next 5-10 years it will be valued a lot higher. AIM is a speculators market. 90% of the companies on AIM are pretty much junk/garbage. Most of them do not make any significant revenues or profits. A lot are loss making. 10% are worth investing in and I happen to think FLX is one of them but it will take them a while to grow into a company I think it will become. Growth stocks are valued differently. Your mind set seems more aligned to more established companies. On AIM the way to invest is different than on FTSE 250, etc.
bapodra_investments
14/2/2021
12:59
Mach. Your exactly the same as me, old school that look for companies making a profit but in this market if you took that approach you would have probably had a poor 6 months as every loss making small cap has rocketed on hype recovery anything so purely by thinking a company has to make a profit for their shares to go up is going to cost you. 7 dig 30 folded at one stage last year yet is loss making, GST is loss making their valuation 50 folded in the last 2 months. I could go on and on. If the company is recovering, making reduced losses, winning new business and showing signs of moving towards break even or profits then the shares can rocket and a lot have. Do not look keep looking in the past. All my stocks making money have done nothing, all my stocks and trades in rubbish and overvalued stocks has made me a lot of money in the last 10 months.
dave4545
14/2/2021
12:28
Bapodra you do realise that break even is nigh on impossible this year? A £2.89m loss to be turned round. All the cintracts until the last one were "strategic" and not material. The fanfare around the last announcement of 400k of revenue might mean at a stretch 200k profit in this calendar year. So another 2.7m of losses to compensate for, and might be worse if companies defer spending due to Covid but admin expenses remian high. The salary sacrifice ended in September and now they are looking for a CIBL loan for expansion and possibly tack the umpteenth placing on to to finance it. More dilution of your holding. I see you already have a paper loss having bought at 1.79p. If you sell in volume often you get below the official bid. 4 grand sale on Friday only achieved 1.595p. Breakeven is 2 or 3 years away if ever. A long time on AIM.
mach100
14/2/2021
11:52
smcl - I think FLX is going to be a slow burner as right now the hot money is going into Crypto/Blockchain market. I am an investor in that space but I expect this one to to thrive within the cyber threat risk not just in the UK but all around the world. I see FLX doing some valuable work for governments across the world.
bapodra_investments
14/2/2021
11:00
Thanks Bapodra- I’ll monitor it and add as appropriate. It’s got potential I would agree. Best of luck.
smcl
14/2/2021
10:19
SMCL - patience will be required here but from a 'risk/reward' perspective the upside potential was big enough to me to invest at around 1.79p.
bapodra_investments
14/2/2021
08:49
Hi Bapodra- just 100k shares at this stage.
smcl
13/2/2021
20:01
SMCL - It that 100k shares or £100,000 invested? No I am not expecting any major uplift in the short term but I am in expecting the price to rise in the medium term and and certainly long term I am anticipating it to be a lot higher if they can reduce the losses and demonstrate they can achieve break even.
bapodra_investments
13/2/2021
17:08
Hi Bapodra - I'm in here with a 100k holding. Its primarily a security IT consultancy company - limited in-house developed software. I'm holding but not expecting any major uplift in the short-medium term. Just my opinion and no advice intended.
smcl
13/2/2021
17:02
Investing in Falanx gives you exposure to 'Intelligence Services' and 'Cyber Security'. Also it gives you exposure to 'consultancy' in strategic risk area too though 'Falanx Assynt'. You get the above for around 1.60p with a market cap of £8m. This is cheap. Now it may be cheap for a reason and I totally appreciate the loss making angle. That cannot be denied or ignored. However, if all that is priced in and the company begins making smaller losses and ultimately gets close to break even then what do you all think is going to happen to the share price? It is only going to go up. Now of course this is not certain but right now I think most of the downside is priced in.
bapodra_investments
12/2/2021
09:09
An £8m market cap for this company seems on the low side for me. I think the decline in the share price has deterred a lot of potential investors. However, if the downside is more or less priced in then the shares look good value to me for a nice entry point or adding to existing positions.
bapodra_investments
11/2/2021
21:12
Falanx are busy recruiting at the moment which may infer there is an increase in demand for their services.
bapodra_investments
10/2/2021
16:14
Significant acquisition from SentinelOne in the XDR market, will compliment the Triarii MDR platform which has won Falanx lots of traction and customer business recently!From SentinelOne :Through our acquisition of Scalyr, SentinelOne is solving one of the industry's biggest data challenges for delivering fully integrated XDR capabilities. Scalyr's big data technology is perfect for the use cases of XDR, ingesting terabytes of data across multiple systems and correlating it at machine speed so security professionals have actionable intelligence to autonomously detect, respond, and mitigate threats," said Tomer Weingarten, Co-Founder and CEO, SentinelOne. "This is a dramatic leap forward for our industry – while other next-gen products are entirely reliant on SIEM integrations or OEMs for point in time data correlation and response, SentinelOne uniquely provides customers with proactive operational insights from a security-first perspective. The combination of Scalyr's data analytics with our industry leading AI capabilities ushers in a new era of machine-speed prevention, detection, and response to attacks across the enterprise."Realtime Data Ingest & Correlation is the Next-Generation of DetectionWith Scalyr as the big data engine powering the Singularity XDR platform, SentinelOne once again defines autonomous protection. Scalyr broadens the aperture of data sources, creating a realtime data lake for ingesting structured and unstructured data from any technology product or platform – including Microsoft, AWS, Google, CrowdStrike, and more – as well as internal enterprise data sources. Diverse XDR data, coupled with SentinelOne's AI-powered Storyline technology, automatically connects disparate data into rich stories and autonomously identifies malicious behaviors, especially techniques exhibited by advanced persistent threats – including APT malware like Sunburst.AI-Powered Automated Response Across the Enterprise Technology StackWhile most EDR products struggle with alert response, often relying on human services and manual actions, SentinelOne pioneered AI-powered automated response capabilities including threat mitigation, remediation, and ransomware rollback – each delivered without any human effort. XDR extends these capabilities beyond cybersecurity use cases by providing response actions on applications and services such as Okta, Netskope, Recorded Future, ServiceNow, Splunk, Zendesk, Slack, and more."This strategic acquisition accelerates SentinelOne's unrivaled product innovation while maintaining a sustainable growth model. Scalyr's technology solves one of the biggest operational challenges vendors face – balancing the cost structure of ingesting and storing massive amounts of data," said Nicholas Warner, COO, SentinelOne. "Delivering the industry's most advanced and integrated XDR platform bolsters our hypergrowth path while building a long-term, sustainable business that delivers value to customers and shareholders."From Falanx' point of view as mentioned it compliments the Triarii MDR platform and should win even more business working with Solarwinds/MSP platform.Comment from Falanx and Solarwinds last year.Falanx is continuing to gain traction with its Triarii MDR (Managed Detection and Response) platform, which provides MSPs with the ability to extend their threat detection and response offerings more efficiently. In addition, Falanx offers flexible Security Operations Centre ("SOC") services tied directly to SentinelOne Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) software. This combination delivers a truly flexible EDR offering to MSPs globally combined with the ability of Triarii to adapt to multiple user needs. Tyler McDonald, Director of Business Development, SolarWinds MSP, commented: "With cyber security becoming an ever-increasing focus, it is crucial that our MSPs have managed security options like Falanx that they can count on. The SolarWinds TAP program is an extension of our ongoing mission of MSP success, where we look to empower the MSP by providing flexibility and choice in their technology decisions and this is a great example of that. We're excited to have Falanx as a member of TAP as they continue to help our MSPs build a stronger cyber security defensive posture."
viking24
10/2/2021
14:32
Any views on that Rns ?
dave4545
09/2/2021
13:21
Yeah I'm more than happy for it to hold any gains today after a strong run yesterday.
dave4545
09/2/2021
10:32
There is a bit of resistance for FLX to break 2p and stay above it so it may take a little while but looking at the chart it seems to be trying to do so and is heading in that direction. I have invested in FLX with at least a 5 year view if not 10 year view. I bought at 1.8p and if the share price was to go down significantly then I think I would try and buy some more shares. FLX is the sort of company that is ripe to become an acquisition target. That potential is going to drive up the valuation in my view. Also if FLX can reduce its losses and show investors it is moving towards profitability then imagine what could happen to the share price.
bapodra_investments
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