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  +0.00p +0.00% 5.35p 1,575,145 08:00:00
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Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 0.76 -2.36 -1.29 15.8

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Date Time Title Posts
17/7/201818:552018: The Blackbird Soars2,747
27/3/201816:302017: This will take off soon. Guaranteed.7,416
07/2/201817:452006: The meteoric rise in the FBT share price finally begins5,656
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17/7/2018
09:20
Forbidden Tech. Daily Update: Forbidden Tech. is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FBT. The last closing price for Forbidden Tech. was 5.35p.
Forbidden Tech. has a 4 week average price of 4.65p and a 12 week average price of 4.65p.
The 1 year high share price is 8.45p while the 1 year low share price is currently 3.38p.
There are currently 295,486,199 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 141,218 shares. The market capitalisation of Forbidden Tech. is £15,808,511.65.
29/6/2018
00:15
cynic1: Been in FBT since Day 1 and always been 100% positive BUT Why does the CEO's family decide to invest heavily into a company unless inside info has been provided ? Surely the same info should have been made public to all shareholders ? Should the FCA have a look at this ? I invested in a company many years ago where the management suppressed the share price, filled there boots too the detriment of the private investor and forced a management buy out with the support of there institutional investor (luckily saw the threat and averaged down sufficiently to just below the take over offer. didn't lose but didn't make that much either after years of investment). We private investors should join forces and make sure we are the majority and prevent a similar occurrence. If no positive news is announced within the next month or so and the share price starts to drop below 5p again it may be time to top up heavily. I still remain 75% positive on FBT but we need a bit more dialogue from management AIMHO
27/6/2018
11:12
paulcon1: Geh Agree, I had valued FBT at Market Value due to Tech alone at £35-40m i.e. 18-20p per share.. It's probably, due to dilution more like 12p now... Less room for share price growth due to M/V alone. Revenue growth is slow in making inroads to the £2m pa current loss, which may impact share price in the short term. The Miton Group increase to 20% could be positive for the market though, but as already mentioned by many posters, FBT need a few large and eye catching contracts with iconic companies. The sports pilot may prove to be very positive. Still no apparent marketing evident or positive affect from either their attendance at NAB 2018 or the @blackbird rebranding. FBT now have some funds so perhaps, they could utilise some of that to increase their profile. And as stated the threat of running out of money has gone for the time being! I would be happy with a BOD reshuffle and the Chairman being removed, due to a lack of effectiveness and leadership and a woman appointed to the BOD. Miton have shown an enormous amount of faith in Mr Streater and his creativity and 18 year project, let's hope it can be repaid. GL and IMHO
07/6/2018
10:29
invest360: For what it's worth I thought that both Captevate and Eva had a good deal of potential. In my view the mistake was in the FBT crew believing they had cracked the UX and pushing forward to expensive launches when the product was not ready. Far better to preserve cash and market credibility and patiently work away on small user tests until they'd honed them into truly compelling apps. Has it been a waste of money? Yes - in part - at least the product launches were. But much of this can only be learned in hindsight and it was a good idea to try. More to the point, if they are truly now ploughing the furrow of integrated technology deals in which FBT becomes the enabling backbone of a critical piece of the video architecture then it's likely that all of this consumer-facing development will probably not have gone to waste. Bigger, better consumer-facing tech firms would be able to utilise the underlying FBT technology to provide a very impressive suite of tools based on a mature video backbone across a wide range of use-cases and user-types. Those who have studied the genesis of FBT from the days of Eidos may know that what underpinned Eidos' share price to enable them to purchase Core Design (Lara Croft / Tomb Raider) was the announcement of just such a global deal with Oracle, who at the time were looking to build the 'NC' - a PC-beating solution based on the SaaS/Cloud model. The pro-genetor of Blackbird was set to become (before Oracle abandoned it's vision as being before it's time) the core underlying video architecture of the entire NC OS. So, SBS has been there before. Watch this space, I say... On another point. Probably best to stop bashing Aziz. There was much that was impressive about him. He was talented, had a big vision, a lot of energy and pizzaz - and the guts to step up and be counted. Unfortunately he didn't quite have what it took to make it - and he wasn't helped by the fact that FBT's bread and butter business couldn't develop proper traction until the market accepted the cloud. If he got 75% of the way to being a hero that does not make him a zero, in my opinion. He's probably still licking his wounds, poor fellow.
29/5/2018
09:29
chriscallen: FBT have already said that Q1 was ahead of last year so if they are building on this Q2 should also be ahead and they did refer in the annual accounts to "significant double-digit growth to date in invoiced sales over the same period last year" (though after the 2017 results this might not mean very much with a range of 10 - 99% depending on what ranks as significant). What is perplexing is that, whatever wins they are having, very few, if any, have numbers attached. So they may be winning contracts that are smallish (under say 5% of turnover) but with major growth possibilities. They would then not have to report the future growth when it occurs as it would be from an existing contract. The potential for surprises in declared results is thus much greater and volatility in the share price would be much increased if that is what is happening. But as NickB has observed above this is an all or nothing investment and without IM I suspect the share price would be significantly lower. From my perspective the fact that the sales force seem to be better organised and focused and that they are from the evidence of the job adverts on significant bonuses only when they actually win contracts means the pressure will be mounting to perform. It only needs a couple of significant wins to improve FBTs market rating. The jury is still out and it may not be until mid September that we will know where we are heading with publication of H1 results.
18/4/2018
17:27
paulcon1: A new way of investing: - Buy shares at 20p on promises from company - Hold onto shares while watching share price fall - Buy shares at 10p on promises from company after they failed to deliver - Hold onto shares while watching share price fall - Invest more to average down your share price and think company is great Add infinitum... 😂😂😂😂 8514;😂ԅ14; Oh and bend over......
11/4/2018
18:41
chriscallen: Perhaps it's an idea to look at what is needed to support a particular share price. There are 180,486,199 shares in issue according to the FBT website. For example, to get a price of £1.00 a share on a P/E of 15.0 earnings per share would have to be 6.7p. On a margin of 80%, which should be more than achievable in this sector that would require a profit of £12.1M and gross income for the year of £15.2M. Obviously the P/E ratio might be higher (lower for a growth business like FBT seems unlikely) but at least in the first few years support costs might be higher. But it is clear that the shares accrete value very quickly as turnover rises above £3.5M, which on the basis of the 2017 accounts is the approximate break even position. When we see the results of the NAB efforts in terms of new customers it should be possible to estimate what the forward look over the next 2 - 3 years indicates. Given the size of the market that FBT is now aiming at and the staff IM has recruited I think £15M is a very low bar to jump. AVID in its last posted accounts turned over about £360M and FBTs product is genuinely Cloud based.
31/1/2018
23:32
the stigologist: Did you get the idea for disappearing from the FBT share price ? lol
15/12/2017
10:45
paulcon1: Ipatch and Richard ....Good Morning. Your posts are spot on with regards the Financial/Operational aspects of FBT performance in 2017. Financially FBT must be at a precarious period with probably only 6-7months of funds remaining before further funding is needed. The POC (If won) would have given FBT and the share price some much needed momentum and would have proved 'proof of implementation' if nothing else. For me as an investor the share price is EVERYTHING! I agree with Nick though with regards the technology it seems and sounds impressive and I credit Mr Streater as a genius inventor. Without him FBT would not exist. His blogs are geeky but informative. As stand alone RNS/Blogsinformation they may miss the mark a little but well intentioned. The New CEO blog is well balanced and impeccably timed (for his mission) and he seems confident in delivering for shareholders. My view is to sell FBT for £1.25 per share give MR Streater £75m and let him set up a research institute of his own..... GLA and IMHO
04/10/2017
16:23
bonio10000: Not sure I can see share manipulators using glassdoor to get to the FBT share price ! The posting date of Feb 2017 may or may not be instructive.
08/8/2017
17:17
cabi1: NickB. I think it is happening for us. Let's not forget POC with BBC/Apple, pilot with major North American media company. If these come off its going to be huge for FBT share price. What more do you want. Stephen Streater vision has finally arrived, and it's only a matter of time. It's a great trade at these levels, and there is no way we are staying down at these levels for much longer. Let's not forget Miton Group were happy to add another 15 million shares at 10p to their existing holdings. IMHO.
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