Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Fastfwd Innov LSE:FFWD London Ordinary Share GG00BRK9BQ81 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.625p +6.10% 10.875p 10.50p 11.25p 11.25p 10.25p 10.25p 644,223 11:11:46
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 -0.3 -0.0 - 14.46

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/9/2017
12:22
A lot has changed since then. Factom didn't have a commercial product, Vemo just seemed like a good idea, Nuuvera didn't exist, intensity hadn't completed animal trials, Schoold hadn't met Lingo and fallen in love... Was either overpriced then or undervalued now
jonesyboy 27
21/9/2017
11:52
It is a steeplechase, but unfortunately the jockey fell off the horse after it eventually managed to clear the big hurdle of 20p last year. :-)
doodlebug4
21/9/2017
11:41
It's a steeplechase not a sprint. When decent volume returns may start to look interesting for anyone unfamiliar with Ffwd. Just need the catalyst.
jonesyboy 27
21/9/2017
11:27
Nice little tick-up but as usual seems like FFWD are unable to hold the gain on an intraday basis. Perhaps the share price will behave more in due course. Would be so nice to see above 11.75p minimum here and back to the 15p placing area. Some Factom press: Http://digital.themreport.com/h/i/363195773-mreport-september-2017 See page 7. Edit - Some Leap news too: Http://leap-gaming.com/news/leap-gaming-nominated-coming-gga-awards/
lauders
21/9/2017
10:06
lol Leeb100 deramping this board last night. Then buying 175k and ramping on LSE this morning. Bravo
jonesyboy 27
21/9/2017
10:04
FastFwd Innovations‏ @ffwdinnovations Sep 19 Schoold (which has now changed its name to Kickwheel) is featured in today's Wall Street Journal. Congrats to Joe and his team!!!
doodlebug4
20/9/2017
23:42
Still very curious to see what significant premium they can get from the others.Moons sale wasn't any higher than its valuation six months previous yet ' it was at a 50% premium to its cost '. Like what's been said previously they stated they will cash in at significant premium to their original investment. Now that could be £560k for Factom. It would be no more than its value months back. But still technically a huge 100% premium to their initial investment. That's double their significant premium of Moon and yet no increase in NAV. Which is around 7p. I havent got huge amounts like some only a few grand in this. Just hope the best of the portfolio make some decent cash
leeb100
20/9/2017
23:23
Probably because the money he has tied up in ffwd is such a tiny amount to him. He's worth around a billion. And he's got a couple of million in this. Equivalent to an investor with a £100k portfolio with £100 invested in Ffwd. You wouldn't be too fussed either way.
leeb100
20/9/2017
23:13
Yea we saw in your twitter doggo.
leeb100
20/9/2017
23:00
Wow DB4! What has come over Jim? Whenever I suggested something he has basically said he is not allowed to do it for some reason. Now some action from him. One thing I suggested was writing a monthly blog for FFWD's website as there hasn't been a blog for over one year now! His response "the nomad would not allow him to do this" or words to that effect! Seems a load of bull to me, but he always has an excuse. He can write a monthly intro for Master Investor magazine without any problem but when it comes to a company he is involved in he can't write anything.... Hmm....
lauders
20/9/2017
21:11
Nice to see the Wall Street Journal have 3 features on investee companies over the last week or so. 2 in the press and one on the money podcast.
jonesyboy 27
20/9/2017
20:34
Hi all, I'm still invested here albeit a smaller holding (I was overweight at one point), sold quite a few back in the days of 13p but I've actually been adding again at 10p, reading the BB posts I think many of you have. Evoke overly bearish, which as LTH's is completely understandable. I thought the MoonActive disposal was OK, not great but it always smacked of a quick buck deal to me tbh. The reason I'm adding again now if twofold, first I'm genuinely excited about Vemo, Nuuvera and Factom and second I'm intrigued by the 2017 Premium disposal, divie and Tender offer talk in the last RNS. LEAP remains a bit of an unknown IMO, but I'm still expecting an exit at decent profit, probably a similar % gain as Moon
trotterstrading
20/9/2017
17:44
Goodness ---- Jim is flagging up FFWD on his Twitter feed !:-) jim mellon‏ @jimmhk Sep 19 College-Search Quandary? There’s an App for That - WSJ. Fast forward investment. The harvest is coming in ! https://www.wsj.com/article_email/college-search-quandary-theres-an-app-for-that-1505832484-lMyQjAxMTE3NjEzOTgxMDkyWj/ …
doodlebug4
19/9/2017
00:16
168000 sold and 142000 bought so not much of a market at all really. Low volume while the patient wait for the significant premiums we have been promised today. If you can't take a hint that's your problem. I wonder who will be proved right?
888icb
18/9/2017
23:07
It sounds very encouraging to me and I am surprised it has been so poorly received. That's what makes a market. However, the majority of investors here AND the market seem to have a different perspective of today's news. I wonder who is right? You, jonesyboy 27 (if doggo from LSE that explains A LOT!), or the rest of us and the wider market. I think the share price reaction says it all. Surprised we are not actually negative for the day though.
lauders
18/9/2017
21:09
If they need money for admin expenses it's got to come from somewhere. But look at the rest of the RNS which talks of other investments being sold at significant premiums and possibility of a special dividend or tender offer. This doesn't sound like a company that is going to be short of cash for long. It sounds very encouraging to me and I am surprised it has been so poorly received.
888icb
18/9/2017
21:00
Presumably the admin costs are there either way.
jonesyboy 27
18/9/2017
20:46
8881CB, are you concerned that such a small profit for FFWD will be quickly be spent on various administrative costs?
doodlebug4
18/9/2017
20:21
53% profit in a year is not a bad. Not every investment is going to multibag. A venture capitalist would only expect 1 in 3 to succeed so to take this profit on one investment is an entirely prudent course of action.
888icb
18/9/2017
20:14
So you are happy with the 'progress' being made here?
doodlebug4
18/9/2017
20:12
And his choice to take a 53% profit when the chance arose
jonesyboy 27
18/9/2017
20:08
Surely it was Lorne's choice to invest in the "dog" in the first place.
doodlebug4
18/9/2017
18:48
They sold Moon because the only game that is generating any revenue has been massively marketed in Singapore (by the biggest Singapore celebrity- don't ask me his name) at more cost than its generated in revenue and is 7 years old. The game was released in 2010. No other games are being developed at present. Once they have spent the marketing budget it will fall apart again. Great time to sell at a 53% profit. It was always the dog of the PF so well done Lorne on pulling a win from a defeat.
jonesyboy 27
18/9/2017
18:39
bdog, I think all the long term holders of FFWD have resorted to guessing. Lorne Abony is perhaps a "brilliant businessman" as far as Jim Mellon is concerned, but perhaps Jim has a better idea than we have about what exactly is going on here. I agree, operating cash is probably the reason for the sale of Moon Active.
doodlebug4
18/9/2017
18:28
The Lingo Schoold deal has gone oddly quiet. I thought we might have heard something on this by now. It's a slow deal for sure, are they still finalising the detail? Silence emanates from the Lingo BB on Stockhouse too. This is definitely an investment for the patient. Today's Moon RNS gave no indication as to why they sold Moon Active. Maybe we might find out in the fullness of time. Operating cash is still my best guess on this. I'm getting rather used to guessing here! Thanks doodle, lauders and all for sharing views today. It's the closest we get to understanding what's going on around here. I have more faith in BLU nowadays than here.
bdog51
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