Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Fastforward Innovations Limited LSE:FFWD London Ordinary Share GG00BRK9BQ81 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.05 -0.58% 8.50 1,053,478 14:57:46
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
8.40 8.60 8.55 8.50 8.55
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments -5.00 -3.09 18
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:06:46 O 20,000 8.50 GBX

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Fastforward Innovations Daily Update: Fastforward Innovations Limited is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FFWD. The last closing price for Fastforward Innovations was 8.55p.
Fastforward Innovations Limited has a 4 week average price of 8.10p and a 12 week average price of 8.10p.
The 1 year high share price is 15.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 4.90p.
There are currently 212,747,395 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,421,912 shares. The market capitalisation of Fastforward Innovations Limited is £18,083,528.58.
888icb: The FFWD share price continually seems to defy logic. It is down 1.7% on volume of 724000 even though buys exceeding sells 3/1.
bdog51: Zak's Sunday Roast 11th April, features Ed McDermott and FFWD discussion - HTtps:// FFWD discussion parts listed below - 16.35m Ed on people buying FastForward (FFWD) shares. 18.13m Ed on stock market discussion 19.38m FFWD's investments/strategy: Kanabo (KNB), Cellular Goods (CBX) 22.00m Albert: What does FFWD actually do? 24.00m Ed on the FFWD focus 25.41m Phil: What does FFWD look for in investments? Yooma.
888icb: The FFWD Twitter which had been manic at times is now very quiet so for now the traders would appear to have moved on. FFWD is very undervalued. It has demonstrated more value in recent weeks and the fall from 15p to the current share price makes no sense. A deal for Leap could happen any day and double the share price overnight which the traders will miss. It is frustrating for long term holders but I feel sure a permanent rerate is not far away as the value continues to be realised.
mellonsbellend: Dill....The NAV is just under 11.5p right now...Share price is about right until we find out the value of Leap...As chief Rampalot will tell you is £77m or £33m to FFWD. Which would equate to a NAV of 23p per share if it is as high as he says....I would personally be happy with anything around £50m total value for Leap...But if all goes to plan it could give a share price of around 20p with a Leap sale or IPO..Not really Multibag...Novacyt style 200 bag in a year
888icb: I think we will see the large increases in market cap this year because we have now reached the time for liquidity events in our early investments. Ed mentioned the 2 main drivers of the market cap and he knows what Leap should produce as he has all the accounting information as a Director of Leap. I think it is very useful to understand the history of FFWD as this gives further confidence in why I think it will deliver a good return. FFWD was set up by Jim Mellon inspired by his book of the same name to invest in companies at pre ipo stages not available to normal private investors. So you need people like Jim Mellon and high net worth investors who have access to those opportunities. Look at who our large shareholders are and look at their involvement as Directors and large shareholders in the companies FFWD has invested in. They will all make more money the sale of the underlying investments but will also want to make a return on the money they have had invested for years many at considerably higher share prices than today’s. In the early days the 2 main drivers were Jim Mellon and Lorne Abony both of whom were Directors. Over time both resigned as Directors to concentrate on the underlying investments which have all performed very well. But I also suspect they both resigned to avoid the potential conflicts of interests inherent in being Directors of the Investee companies as well as FFWD. So we then have Ed’s arrival on the scene and we are aware of his links to Lorne. So while Ed doesn’t have any shares himself there are a number of large shareholders who he won’t want to disappoint. Everything points to Leap delivering this year and with a 44% stake the lions share of the profits have to come to FFWD to put the original large shareholders into profit.
888icb: You are absolutely right it’s not a unique situation as Lorne did it before. We need the people making the decisions to hold all their interest via FFWD or at least most. However we should remember that we do have a number of large shareholders which now includes Lorne’s mum who all need the share price to be much higher than it is today just to get their money back. They are Investor Number of Shares % of Issued Share Capital Mrs Rhonda Abony 17,784,388 8.36 Peter Saladino 17,194,590 8.08 Jim Mellon 16,283,722 7.65 Richard Hackett 9,17,478 4.61 Norbert Teufelburger 7,557,005 3.55 The above own 32% of the company and will not be happy with the current share price We are the major shareholder in Leap and Ed must make sure it sells for multiples of its current book value so he can give the above and all other long term holders a venture capital size return on their investment in FFWD.
888icb: We all want to know a ballpark value for Leap. This is a tweet on FFWD this morning bergo @bergosbg · 1h Point of comparison for #FFWD #TBLD - indie game developer listed on #AIM this week for $474M (350GBP) !!! A 250GBP IPO for @leapgaming on the Nasdaq (not AIM) is not entirely unrealistic - the market for gaming is huge bergo @bergosbg · 2h 8/ #FFWD this would equate to 75-124M GBP to #FFWD - 3-5x current market cap and that's not taking into consideration #KNB, #CBX, #PRTG etc Note: Even if the IPO is 50% of that (to give the price time to scale to GAN / GMBL) levels, that's still 40-60M to #FFWD I have no idea what comparison he has done but it does at least start a discussion on Leap having a very significant value.
888icb: I agree David Burton makes some very good points. We have made a very good return on our investment just not as much as we had hoped or what could have been if the IPO route or a sale to a company not involved in recreational cannabis had been undertaken. I think people who have sold today out of disappointment will regret their decision because clearly the company is worth more today than it was yesterday. It will be ridiculous if the share price finished down today because the company has a bright future with a disposal of Leap and £8 million to invest now. I think Ed needs to show his commitment to FFWD by investing a significant amount of his profits from EMMAC into FFWD. Ed has made far more profit than FFWD. He and Lorne could have steered EMMAC down a different path but put themselves first rather than thinking about FFWD shareholders. If Lorne and Ed had held their interest in EMMAC via FFWD rather than directly I am sure we would have seen a different deal.
888icb: A good recovery on the back of strong buying after the initial fall. Now down just 2% on volume of 1.45 million. Hopefully the traders who have been active in recent days have moved on with a few pence per share profit in their pocket. I think there was an expectation that a liquidity event was going to be announced but as that didn’t happen the traders have moved on. I think the EMMAC liquidation event could be announced any day now and the traders will miss out on the very substantial rise that will occur on that announcement. Ed is essentially predicting a 50p share price by the end of the year so nearly a 5 bagger from today’s share price from liquidity events and no further fund raises. So it seems highly likely that the share price should at least double on the EMMAC news and then there will be Leap which should be the biggest boost of all. There are other investments that will play their part but it’s those 2 that will do the heavy lifting.
888icb: I have just listened to the presentation and Q&A which was interesting. Obviously they can’t reveal material information that hasn’t been released in an RNS so no further forward on the value of Leap and EMMAC other than being higher than in the last accounts. However an overall comment on Market cap gives us a big clue. £50m market cap first hurdle, really looking towards that triple digit market cap by the end of the year” That was a comment by Ed McDermott which will allow us to our own calculations knowing they should add up to £100 million. So 4x the current market cap by the end of the year,which would be a share price of circa 50p. I will be a very happy shareholder if they deliver that Share Price.
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