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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gfinity Plc LSE:GFIN London Ordinary Share GB00BT9QD572 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.025 -2.7% 0.90 2,129,275 15:34:47
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.85 0.95 0.925 0.875 0.925
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 5.69 -4.07 11
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:23:48 O 182,359 0.924 GBX

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24/6/2022
09:20
Gfinity Daily Update: Gfinity Plc is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GFIN. The last closing price for Gfinity was 0.93p.
Gfinity Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.88p and a 12 week average price of 0.88p.
The 1 year high share price is 5.40p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.88p.
There are currently 1,203,896,579 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 4,035,878 shares. The market capitalisation of Gfinity Plc is £10,835,069.21.
23/6/2022
12:45
bapodra_investments: I am seeing the share price rise for Guild over the past few days but they booked over £8m loss and GFIN are about to be profitable month on month by end of December 2022. When I look at the revenues of GFIN compared to GUILD then I am staggered at the differential in market cap. Yes Guild have a lot more cash on hand so that is the only reason I can see why it's market cap is looking to cover that cash on hand. GFIN still looks totally undervalued at the moment and there is selling pressure keeping the prices down. There is clearly a seller in the backgrond. The market will take the share price where it wants to and there is nothing anyone can do about it. If you look at the trend over the past 12 months then it is down. If you look at the price action then it has declined more times than it has risen over the past 12 months. So a few days of the share price rising does not necessarily mean all of a sudden the share price will rise in a strong upwards trending action. This is AIM. Those who do not understand how price action works on AIM shares are amatuer at best. They are normally those who come across bitter, angry and are generally the rude and unprofessional type that are sitting on losses because they bought at higher prices. Right now is the time to be accumalating GFIN shares on those declines and weakness.
15/6/2022
19:46
dougy1: I think you're full of BSYou don't want to discuss MOS here but you're happy to give your opinion and bash the stock before admitting it's not a stock you've researched and then questioning the intelligence of Amelio for being curious about MOS.You claim MOS shouldn't be discussed here yet it's now a significant shareholder in Gfin, it's the other half of a partnership we have agreed with them and they went to enormous length to throw Gfin an olive branch during a time of desperation...Sound to me like MOS is very relevant to this board.You sound like you're in too deep, want to raise the share price and then sell out. Now I'm not saying at all that Gfin is a bad company, I hold shares here as well as MOS but Clark is not the right person to be running this company. No urgency, no plan, no reassurance. He comes across well in presentations but I see very little substance behind him and that's what concerns me right now. If Clark isnt careful here, the company will get taken over or he'll get the boot. Plenty of distressed acquisitiong going on right now due to lack of proper leadership. MOS has a history off buying shares in companies then acquisition of all or part of it.
12/6/2022
11:51
bapodra_investments: What we know is that back in June 2019 prior to the COVID Pandemic GFIN managed around £7.87m in revenues. I would like to see GFIN first get back to this level and then in the coming couple of years drive towards record revenues and £10m turnover per annum. GFIN is growing its 'Net Income Growth' and this was around 50% in the previous year. Earnings Per Share is growing too. I would like to see GFIN improve the 'Free Cash Flow' metric. This going forwards will take GFIN onto a totally higher share price and market cap. Anyone with a 5 year view could see GFIN totally transform its financial performance if Esports continues its growth trajectory. I know people are getting confused with gaming and Esports and both are totally different operating within different markets but GFIN is a UK listed stock that has exposure to both.
11/6/2022
20:03
bapodra_investments: GFIN has no debt. This for a nano cap is something which is very rare. It is meetings its liabilities from its revenues. This is great to see. Also what this allows is should Esports continue growing and GFIN wants to grow aggressively then it has the option to pursue debt financing ahead of equity raising. This is why I see extreme value in GFIN as a nano cap. 1) It is revenue generative and its revenues could continue growing 2) It is getting closer to profitability and month on month profitability 3) No debt 4) Equity raises and dilution has already occurred aplenty 5) Plenty of potential to raise capital via Debt Financing to fund future growth The market cap and low share price make this a really exciting share for me. I have already bought twice and I will continue accumulating on significant and major dips on a rising trend but I am comfortable buying if the share price was to go backwards as long as there were not negative reasons for this that were known to me.
11/6/2022
13:36
bapodra_investments: amelio - When Gfinity first listed it had a market cap of around £68m and it even went as low as £7m. That is why it can be dangerous getting in to niche areas too early. Gfinity was the first UK listed eSports company and they have a few years ahead of the likes of Guild Esports and Semper Fortis which I can see really struggling and it has struggled since its listing as we had the COVID pandemic and now inflation and rising interest rates. We have seen the share price fall I GFIN rom just below 6p to 1p. So anyone who bought in the 5p-6p price range will have seen their capital decimated. The company is the same and its progressing nicely but it is all about entry point, timing and sentiment. This is the part that investors do not factor into their investment strategy. A company can be progressing but their share price can be disconnected so it can get ahead of itself due to over bullishness and if investors invest at around this point and the price declines sharply then they will be in trouble even if the company continues progressing.
08/6/2022
12:14
bapodra_investments: From a downside perspective there is a low in the share price which you can see on the 'Daily' and 'Weekly' timeframes on the chart which was during COVID Pandemic of March 2020. It was in the 0.3p top 0.5p price zone. Now even though the above was temporary during that mad panic crash it presents a small risk of a move towards that level. I personally think it is very unlikely but it would be foolish to completely rule it out. Apart from above the current price levels represent the best opportunity in the share price to buy shares at really the lowest prices and market cap.
07/6/2022
20:26
bapodra_investments: Dougy1 - The crucial two words you have used is 'long term'. Lots of people come and want to get rich quick and get upset when they buy at too high a share price and market cap and then the share price declines significantly and they are sitting on losses and get bitter. They try and connect the company fundamentals and company performance with share price performance and their brains cannot digest how price behaviour actually works on share prices and it is all to do with 'sentiment'. By getting in at a low share price and market cap it increase the liklihood of us making a larger profit should a big upward trend manifest itself.
06/6/2022
18:22
bapodra_investments: WOW if the share price continues its decline then I will be buying some more shares in GFIN. I can see GFIN's share price going up to 3p-4p in the coming months and certainly next year if GFIN its profitability by the end of December 2022. So I see a 300% - 400% rise and multi bagger potential within 6-12 months so anything near 1p and I am a buyer.
30/5/2022
17:06
bapodra_investments: So why am I bullish Gfinity ahead of say Guild Esports, Semper Fortis or any other UK listed eSports company? First of all, Gfinity is generating revenues and is moving closely towards profitability. It is not there yet but is certainly heading in the right direction especially when you compare financial metrics against say Guild Esports. Gfinity is trying to reach profitability by 2023 so we are not far off that time period. I like to get in early before the crowd/herd and the speculators/traders decide to join the party. Secondly, Gfinity continues to be selected by global brands to deliver esports and gaming solutions, including Nintendo, Coca Cola, Amazon and Hellenic Bottling Company. Now they do not come much bigger than Nintendo, Amazon and Coca Cola. Three of them must have strong confidence and conviction with Gfinity. I am not saying my investment at 1.06p is at the bottom but I do not think it is far off either. The price action, trend and the charts will confirm whether it was a good entry point or not. I never invest a lump sum into any company. I like to buy on the 'dips' in a rising trend but I am just as comfortable adding to my position on significant declines after my initial purchase. So I am comfortable accumulating more shares should the share price decline further.
27/5/2022
14:06
bapodra_investments: I have invested in Gfinity PLC to gain exposure to Esports which is an area I am both interested and excited about. It is a hot growth area in my view which is going to be explosive in the years to come. Previously I had exposure to Guild Esports and other esports investments via Blue Star Capital PLC but they just were just not good enough when I conducted detailed research. I exited Blue Star Capital PLC for a profit as they are still waiting for Dynasty to list/IPO! Not one person could explain what Dynasty's valuation is, what its revenues, profits or losses are! I compared investing directly in Guild Esports against Gfinity PLC and looked at the revenues, losses, share prices and market caps for both and for me Gfinity PLC was far the more compelling investment at 1.06p for me. Gfiniity from a value perspective at my entry of 1.06p looks very attractive. From a risk/reward basis with a long term view it also looks very good.
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