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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Feedback Plc LSE:FDBK London Ordinary Share GB00BJN59X09 ORD 50P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.50 -1.58% 93.50 23,897 08:43:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
90.00 97.00 95.00 92.50 95.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 0.29 -2.06 -0.16 12
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
13:51:33 O 2,298 90.647 GBX

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Posted at 28/1/2023 08:20 by Feedback Daily Update
Feedback Plc is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FDBK. The last closing price for Feedback was 95p.
Feedback Plc has a 4 week average price of 92.50p and a 12 week average price of 83.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 170p while the 1 year low share price is currently 83.50p.
There are currently 13,334,659 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,963 shares. The market capitalisation of Feedback Plc is £12,467,906.17.
Posted at 25/1/2023 23:25 by yump
My fingers are still crossed for some likely significant news this year, but even if the share price doubles, I’ll still be appalled by some of the rubbish emanating from parts of the company.

I’ve written loads of snappy website landing pages over the years that have been optimised for sales conversions or leads. They’re an art form - loads of fails along the way, but the paragraphs (if any) are very short, especially for reading on a mobile. You only get to lose a new visitor once. Surely they can get someone to do it properly.

Admittedly I’m bragging a bit, but its an area of expertise.

Posted at 23/11/2022 17:54 by terminator101
Well the share price did increase as a result of the 200:1 consolidation ;-) Sam's old same old in these consolidated shares. It's only ever done to disguise the dilution and allow the management to rinse and repeat. Gond short on this overvalued fluff
Posted at 16/11/2022 09:54 by lr2
It's all gibberish to me but somebody out there is looking for the share price to bounce.

ADVFN won't let me print the link to the page so I've posted the relevant gibberish instead.

FDBK closed down 1.08 percent on Tuesday, November 15, 2022, on 0 percent of normal volume. The stock exhibited some range contraction during this trading session as price made an NR7 -- narrowest range of the last seven sessions. The price action carved out a bullish hammer (or hammer-like) candlestick pattern. That may indicate an upside reversal. Look for price to trade above the high of the hammer for confirmation. Note that the stock is in oversold territory based on its Slow Stochastic indicator (14, 3, 3) -- sideways movement or a bounce should not be unexpected.

Posted at 15/11/2022 16:25 by chopper harris1
What the hell wwre they thinking of with the 200:1 consolidation?

10:1?, yes, possibly, if they wanted to make some kind of statement which might have taken the FDBK share price a little out of typical penny share territory in the eyes of some. But 200:1? Sheer bloody madness which has almost certainly given most of us very little chance of ever getting our money back.
Which clowns gave our hapless FDBK chumps this advice?

Posted at 15/11/2022 13:46 by ducatiman
The Directors' consider that the Share Consolidation will result in a more appropriate share capital structure for the Company which is expected to:

-- increase the Company's share price proportionately which may consequently positively impact the liquidity of and trading activity in the Company's shares;


The shareholders consider that the directors were wrong.
The shareholders wonder when the directors will be compelled to buy some shares to take advantage of their error?

Posted at 10/11/2022 12:26 by ducatiman
The Directors' consider that the Share Consolidation will result in a more appropriate share capital structure for the Company which is expected to:

-- increase the Company's share price proportionately which may consequently positively impact the liquidity of and trading activity in the Company's shares;

Posted at 21/10/2022 16:06 by ducatiman
Consolidations rarely benefit shareholders.
The directors didn’t decide on that. The scenario:- Why is our share price so low? Ans, too many shares, you need a consolidation, that will improve the share price for sure. We can do that for you, it will only cost about £100k, you’ve got plenty of cash, we’ll even put out a brokers note for you.
Lol, so so obvious.
Get your fingers out directors or put your hands in your pockets, there must be some spare cash down there with your overpaid salaries.
They tried to claim TO was a shareholder in one of their announcements. Err, no, he doesn’t hold a single share!

Posted at 16/6/2022 15:10 by intoodeep
Thank you very much.

So would you say that 200% revenue growth is an easy target to get to say £2.5m for year to May 2023? Sounds like a definite maybe, subject to new groups coming on board?

Sill not sure how the share price would re-rate to 1.6p in the near term though to give an MCAP of some £42m or +150% from today? Surely the revenue numbers would need to be closer to say £7m p.a to get an MCAP of 5x Revenues?

£0.007 Share Price
2,667,000,000 No of Shares
£17,335,500 Mcap

£0.016 Share Price
2,667,000,000 No of Shares
£42,672,000 MCAP

Posted at 07/6/2022 15:11 by lr2
Well after SSB started talking about the 'death cross' I started looking at the 50 and 200 day moving averages and saw that a high share price blip (up to 1.2p from memory) from the first half of November 2021 will work itself out of the 200 day MA pricing calculation soon and that the 200 and the 50 day MA's will get much closer in price when that occurs. Then, providing the current share price remains above 0.75p, the two averages might just about create a 'golden cross' in 6-7 weeks time. All bets are off though if the share price falls too far in the near term.

Now charts are not my thing as I readily admit but a 'golden cross' is a positive, right? And that 'death cross' occurred ages ago so I'm not putting any real current weight on it being a negative.

So some good revenue and a decent forward looking outlook should result in a higher share price and the higher price should lift the 50 day MA in return. Somewhere between 6-7 weeks should produce the 'golden cross' I calculate.

All bets are off if Putin nukes us or Theresa May becomes PM again.

Posted at 19/12/2021 21:26 by digger2779
LR2 - I was all set to visit my brother and family in Wales over Xmas but since the media and governmental overkill on Omicron I have decided not to travel. For something that according to South Africa is very mild the whole of UK has gone nuts.
I was prepared to get a fit to fly LFT test but then the 2 day PCR test probably wouldn't turn up before Xmas day so I would still be in isolation. The kicker in all this is, if I get pinged to say someone on my flight has it then I have to isolate for 10 days regardless of whether my PCR test came back negative! Completely crazy. Disappointed doesn't cover it but knowing my luck I could travel all the way from Spain and sit in a bedroom on my own for 10 days and then fly back with whatever extra hoops are added over Xmas.
My brother has heart problems and my sister in law is in year 2 of breast cancer remission so I have to think of them. Me, I couldn't give a flying sausage if I got it as I think I already had it in June after my 2nd jab. Was ill for more than 3 months with what I think was so called long covid.
Stay well everyone a s we all want to benefit from the FDBK share price surge!!!

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