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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.025 3.45% 0.75 1,372,927 10:28:35
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.70 0.80 0.75 0.725 0.725
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 5.24 -3.55 -0.77 4
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:27:32 O 21,576 0.774 GBX

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2022-06-28 15:27:330.7721,576167.00O
2022-06-28 09:59:590.751,000,0007,495.00O
2022-06-28 09:28:110.75150,0001,125.00O
2022-06-28 08:19:020.74200,0001,479.80O
2022-06-28 07:00:110.741,35110.00O
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28/6/2022
09:20
Falanx Daily Update: Falanx Group Limited is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FLX. The last closing price for Falanx was 0.73p.
Falanx Group Limited has a 4 week average price of 0.68p and a 12 week average price of 0.68p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.55p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.68p.
There are currently 526,421,185 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,095,420 shares. The market capitalisation of Falanx Group Limited is £3,948,158.89.
14/6/2022
11:43
dave4545: Sadly any selling in this market is going to batter the price because there's so little support The valuation of £4.08 mil has finally reached a level where it's trading below last reported cash level They were piling into this at 1.2-1.4p on the disposal news but that was a better market.
09/5/2022
07:37
dave4545: RNS but advfn not working yet this morning FALANX GROUP LIMITED (the "Company") Developing Partnership to Provide M-EDR to UK Customers Falanx Group Limited (AIM: FLX), the AIM listed cyber security business, are pleased to announce that ESET, Grove and Falanx Cyber are working together to promote Managed-Endpoint Detection and Response (M-EDR) solutions and services to customers across the region. The ESET EDR capability is a leader in its field providing customers with protection from advanced persistent threats. The cloud-based version is now available enabling customers in the hybrid network environment to have full protection and control. Additional value to the solution is gained from having it "managed and monitored 24x7". This involves having "eyes-on-glass" to delve into the areas that are highlighted as requiring further investigation. Falanx Cyber have the infrastructure and expertise to ensure that the EDR is "managed" effectively. Grove have deep experience of helping organisations bring products to market at all stages of their development cycle. EDR is a growing market and M-EDR is a crucial component to combat the threats posed as organisations evolve, the way they work changes, and the threats become more sophisticated. Together ESET, Falanx Cyber and Grove have the software, solutions, tools, and people to drive further adoption of an M-EDR solution. The service has been live for some time and will be formally "launched" at CYBERUK 2022. The National Cyber Security Centre is proud to present CYBERUK 2022, the UK Government's flagship cyber security event, in ICC Wales, Newport on 10-11 May 2022. Rick Flood, Managing Director Falanx Cyber, commented: "We are excited to be partnering with ESET. We have been looking for a partnership with a vendor who is steeped in security and ESET is exactly that. They fully understand the need for a SOC service behind their EDR and we are proud that they have chosen us."
08/5/2022
09:21
dave4545: OSI down to £4.14 mil market cap FLX down to £4.47 mil market cap OSI has £0.7 mil cash last reported FLX has £4.3 mil cash last reported. OSI lost over £3 mil v FLX lost over £700k OSI needs to raise more funds FLX obviously does not. And still punters buy Osi, probably still on the back of that recent 300% spike
21/4/2022
07:34
dave4545: OSI makes FLX look the stand out value stock in the sector although both are still losing money but OSI results and cash burn today are a shocker and somehow it has risen over 300% recently while FLX valued way less, has way less losses, way more cash, similar growth remains totally friendless because of the overhang and around all time lows
19/4/2022
11:04
guy gibson: Do FLX have any actual solutions they've developed themselves? Or are they just leveraging open source solutions to deliver a service?
06/4/2022
12:52
rodney101: Few more days like today and the overhang should clear cyber security sector is flying OSI up over 200% from its lows has less cash and less revenue than FLX:Falanx year has just ended, management was upbeat when they reported H1 numbers Imo Trading update should kick the share price into life
06/4/2022
09:22
dave4545: OSI up 200% nearly in 2 days Flx same sector worth £4.74 mil with £4.3 mil cash When this overhang clears will be a easy 20% profit maybe more on a trade
03/4/2022
12:56
jonesy100: There could be a range of reasons why they are buying - eg. institutional selling that could otherwise push the share price further down during a period of no significant news. However, I tend to agree that it is probably a positive sign. Lots of hiring going on at the moment too, but difficult to tell how much is expansion v. replacement. Maybe both. Overall, the problem remains much as everyone here has said. Early hype followed by little clarity that product set is inspiring significant up-take. Agree next update will be critical, but wouldnt be surprised if it is more jam tomorrow.
16/2/2021
10:10
bapodra_investments: Dave - I only invested in Falanx very recently at £1.79p. Yes it is down slightly but it really does not bother/concern me as if it did then I should not have invested. The one thing I have learnt on AIM over 20 years is that even some garbage stocks can make investors money. I remember it must have been over 10-15 years ago (cannot remember exactly) but I made profits from the likes of Quindell, Globo and Monetise. These companies were far worse than Falanx in terms of how they were run but I made profits on these shares. Of course there will be many who lost money too. Patience is key. I have not invested in FLX for 1 week or 1 month. I am looking at minimum of 3 years but more like 5-10 years. I held the likes of Argo and KR1 for 2-3 years and it is only recently their parabolic moves have come. Of course I do not expect those types of moves in FLX but I do see the share price doubling from current levels even if there is a small hint of a turnaround to the market. Now those who have invested in FLX at far higher prices need a far higher increase in the share price to even break even not to mention their capital being tied up if they do not sell at a loss. They will be angry and frustrated, no doubt. So is it unrealistic or unreasonable for FLX's share price to reach 2p or 3p? I don't think it is. I have understood that a company does not need to be profitable on AIM for its share price to rise. Marketing/Spin is enough and there are enough people out there to fall for that. Now the price action will evidence whether I am right or wrong but if I am wrong so be it. The profits I have with Argo and KR1 means that even if FLX went down 100% and my investment was 0, I would not lose any sleep. Just the rise in my physical BTC and ETH is enough to cover my whole share portfolio should it all go down to zero. Only the price action will confirm or reject my decision and nothing else.
15/2/2021
23:39
bapodra_investments: I have made a judgement call at 1.79 in investing in Falanx. If I am wrong so be it. I actually think the share price will be a lot higher than today's price in 5-10 years time. I have invested after the so called broken promises and failed attempts of growth and that has been priced in as can be seen from the decline in the share price. The share price has already increased from its 52 week low by investors buying shares at those low prices. All it will take to move the share price upwards is for the institutions invested already to begin increasing their stakes. They are likely to all do that as it is in their interests to move the share price up so they can sell parts of their equity for profit.
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