Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Feedback Plc LSE:FDBK London Ordinary Share GB0003340550 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 1.00 7,039 07:44:42
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.95 1.05 1.00 1.00 1.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 0.45 -1.41 -0.22 11
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
09:10:33 O 6,639 1.025 GBX

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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 1p.
Feedback Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.95p and a 12 week average price of 0.95p.
The 1 year high share price is 2.40p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.88p.
There are currently 1,066,931,686 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,382,935 shares. The market capitalisation of Feedback Plc is £10,669,316.86.
petekand: It is a little mystery why that release suddenly disappeared from the website. Maybe we will find out one day. Still, Bleepa looks really good, I like it and can quite clearly see the urgent need for such product to be rolled out to assist in the massive mountain of backlog self inflicted wound at the NHS. An institution we were meant to protect and save is in danger of collapsing within. Remains to be seen if Tom can pull off the deal of the century but I remain optimistic that if we continue to see adoption it could lead to a snowball effect. If covid slowed progress then it may have left an ideal situation for Bleepa to now thrive. 1p share price is reflective of this situation and at this level there should be some Fomo too I hope.
ydderf: If Occam's razor is applied, the most likely explanation is that it was considered market sensitive and taken down, but in this case there would have been an RNS by now, or it was wrong and therefore misleading and taken down......either way, the share price is eloquent ydderF's law states that when bulletin boards are focused on minutiae like how many shares were traded at what price (often a few hundred quids worth in this share) and what obscure mention it got on some obscure third party website, it is not a healthy development......
lr2: Back to the share price. Actual prices have risen today but shares traded would indicate that they shouldn't have. Any ideas guys? Always puzzled when the bots misbehave. Last night quote 0.9614p - 1.03p Early morning quote 0.97p - 1.03p Late afternoon quote 0.975p - 1.0625p Shares bought today - 142,206 Shares sold today - 965,917 Can't see any reason why the bots strengthened prices today... and yet they did.
lr2: Really Trevor, you don't think I'm going to tell you that, do you? OK, let's assume you left on good terms in 2017 like you imply, why did you not manage to arrange an orderly disposal of your shares afterwards? The remaining board members were happy to oblige. Like I said in an earlier post, "There's no such thing as coincidence" and your continuous selling off of your shares held the share price back for over a year at least. The share price declined because of your sales and that is exactly what you wanted, isn't it? In my opinion, the one person that did more than anyone to hold the Feedback share price down at that time was you. You acted like a petulant, egotistical (thanks Duc) old man. What exactly do you think you did during your time at Feedback to influence the share price? You were a non-executive director and just one voice at the top table. Please tell me just how clever you were and what plans you instigated at the time that were so good. You overestimate your importance and underestimate the benefits of a long term plan within a company. That's why things drifted after you left, the company had no long term plan (unlike now). You and the board at that time were sorely lacking in designing long term goals for their products. You need to stand up and admit your failings in this area or tell the good people here why I am so wrong.
ydderf: " allow Alastair and the board scope to appoint directors with relevant industry experience and take the Company to the next level." Who Alastair then appointed and how the new Board operated the company subsequently has coincided with a decline in the share price over the nearly four years since then
ged5: Trevor Brown, said: "It has been a pleasure to see Feedback develop over the last three years. The Company is about to embark on an exciting stage of its development and it is an appropriate time for me to step down to allow Alastair and the board scope to appoint directors with relevant industry experience and take the Company to the next level. I have indicated to the board that I am preparing to enter into an orderly market agreement in respect of my substantial shareholding, so as not to adversely affect the Company's share price going forward. EDIT: Https:// So did you keep to that orderly agreement? Did you not feel YOU could take FDBK to the next level? What did you expect from the exciting stage of its development? Can TexRAD be commercialised? Have you commercialised Stonechecker? Do you think Bleepa will be a success? Would you make Bleepa a success and how would you go about doing that?
ydderf: LR2 re :"I am advised etc" who "advised" you? The facts I am referring to in this context are the facts of my departure in 2017 which clearly I would be in possession of since I was there and you were not. An interesting question for an objective investor might be: is it a coincidence that the share price has underperformed since I departed? If the answer is yes, what do you consider has caused the share price to decline by 70% since then?
ydderf: Shareholders here don't have to wonder they could just ask the Board what it is doing with TexRad. Meanwhile the five year share price chart is an eloquent comment on all that has happened since before and after the Company was 're-purposed'
ydderf: The share price on the 8th June was 2.85
yump: As we are in lockdown, I've been given some DIY to do, so literally will be watching paint dry, rather than the FDBK share price. Just as well really.
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