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Forbidden Tech. LSE:FBT London Ordinary Share GB0004740477 ORD 0.8P
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  +0.00p +0.00% 4.00p 6,000 07:49:38
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3.75p 4.25p 4.00p 4.00p 4.00p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 0.8 -2.4 -1.3 - 7.22

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16/3/201813:502018: The Blackbird Soars1,143
07/2/201817:452006: The meteoric rise in the FBT share price finally begins5,656
14/1/201818:402017: This will take off soon. Guaranteed.7,415
06/1/201809:472018: Make The Bloody Shareprice Go Up91
20/7/201715:26Apple Clips out today13

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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 4p.
Forbidden Tech. has a 4 week average price of 3.38p and a 12 week average price of 3.38p.
The 1 year high share price is 7.88p while the 1 year low share price is currently 3.38p.
There are currently 180,486,199 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 312,776 shares. The market capitalisation of Forbidden Tech. is £7,219,447.96.
mcsean2164: The new CEO has put FBT in stealth mode. Now customers will have to chase down FBT rather than the other way. As a consequence the share price hit an all time low. But FBT have released a free online newspaper Https:// so all is good.
nick2412: Yes, Nick, that's the issue and of course, aside from the tone of the jobs ads, the recruitment drive had everyone thinking that imminent contracts would bring in cash to pay for the new positions and get the share price up so they would only have to issue let's say 20m shares or so. If the codec really is worthy to be called a game changer and inspired IM to join on that basis, then, it's probably in investors best interests for the Company to be sold rather than have a highly dilutive funding. They would of course need a couple of interested parties to get a decent sale price. There again, would a sale be easier than getting a significant licence or two that would propel the share price and avoid too much dilution? Who knows, the board might do but they are more than reluctant to share their thoughts on this and anything else.
the stigologist: Did you get the idea for disappearing from the FBT share price ? lol
pr100: AFAIK, none of FBT's CEOs had prior experience of running a listed company and therein lies the problem. Good AIM CEOs recognise the importance of IR in building investor loyalty and the share price. Aziz tried to be that man but failed due to over-promising and under-delivering. The new CEO doesn't even try. And SS doesn't seem to care about the share price. More fool him.
mcsean2164: In case anyone missed it, the original is here: hxxp:// Sadly, I don't think there is anything we can do. I am sure that IM wants to ensure that his first position as a CEO of a listed company is moderately successful. He may focus on the following as proof of his greatness - Company Sale - Increase in Market Cap, (Funding Required) - Increase in share price Sadly given the low share price when he joined, even a moderate rise to 6p could be seen as a great success. Company Sale where he assumes a role in the new company, could it happen as low as 5p given (the company will not be a going concern without more funding)? Increase in market cap, talk about how the company moved from a market cap of 7 million to 12 million under his tenure-ship, (neglect to mention that the £6million in funding was secured at 2p). So as far as I can see it, unless something happens, the next funding will be at 2-3p and shareholders will not be given the opportunity to participate even if they wanted to. Raising funding is FBTs forte. What could be done for a shareholder ROI? Sell Blackbird IP to netflix or similar is the only option I can see. It's unbelievable, they are so far up own their behind they can't do the obvious. No major company will commit their media division to a tiddler with a market cap of £5million. They either need to talk up the prospects of the company to increase the market cap or sell up. Is there anyway we can pressure them to sell? What about forcing IM to release a positive RNS?
mcsean2164: Im bought his shares at 5.24p, if he walks with the share price at 6p he can talk about the share price revival under his leadership at the next interview. It's sad but 6p would be a huge achievement now. The jury is still out but IMs appointment has been a share price disaster and still he maintains his silence. In fact the whole sales team seems silent. SS is the only one on eva...
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
paulcon1: Nick B.... I am not suggesting that Mr Market would need to understand the technology, although there are some very smart and knowledgeable market traders around! FBT have been working on the technology for 17years with some, on this board, suggesting the technology alone to be worth 20 x plus todays market value (£9m).... Also company share prices have fluctuated on an up and coming Interim/full year Financial update or end of a POC or 1-5year chart history.... With very little volume and share price movement over the last few months, I was suggesting that the markets are not convinced that the value of the technology/POC update/future sales potential will be transformational...With regards to the cash burn, in my calculations, the company have approx 9-10 to transform their financial position so please understand my concern.... I am being realistic (Northerner) and remain positive about FBT and as you say this maybe the perfect time to take a look at FBT...... Good luck with your investment... (IMHO)
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.
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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