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I-Nexus Global. LSE:INX London Ordinary Share GB00BDFDLT01 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 37.50p 35.00p 40.00p 37.50p 37.50p 37.50p 0 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Unknown 4.7 -1.0 -5.0 - 11.09

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13/7/2018
11:50
hxxps://www.investorschampion.com/channel/blog/june-2018-aim-new-arrivals-a-big-month-for-newcomers-and-one-giant-leaver IS Herald Investment Management Ltd. 4.03m 13.63% Amati Global Investors Ltd. 3.16m 10.70% Hargreave Hale Ltd. 2.66m 8.99% On my watchlist. Cloud companies have been good to me.
petewy
22/6/2018
05:31
Investor relations: Https://www.i-nexus.com/investor-center YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/iNexusTV1/videos London Stock Exchange welcome i-nexus Global plc to AIM Https://www.lseg.com/markets-products-and-services/our-markets/london-stock-exchange/equities-markets/raising-equity-finance/market-open-ceremony/london-stock-exchange-welcome-i-nexus-global-plc-aim i-nexus Global Shares Rise At It Begins Life On AIM Market (ALLISS) 21 Jun 2018 10:32 Http://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/news/alliance-news/detail/1529573522891410600.html First Day of Dealings Released 08:00 21-Jun-2018 Http://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/news/market-news/market-news-detail/INX/13688271.html UK-based ‘six sigma’-style software company iNexus to float in London Http://www.cityam.com/287909/uk-based-six-sigma-style-software-company-inexus-float Small cap investors Herald and Amati back new float I-Nexus 20 June 2018, 11:09 Https://www.sharesmagazine.co.uk/news/shares/small-cap-investors-herald-and-amati-back-new-float-i-nexus
martywidget
22/6/2018
05:26
!FOLLOWFEED Investor relations: Https://www.i-nexus.com/investor-center
martywidget
04/1/2007
09:52
New thread started. http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=13477027 Btw, I don't hold and never have, though have been tempted recently. Up 25% today.
wiganer
03/1/2007
22:23
Author: paulypilot Number: 76995 of 91072 Subject: Re: INVOX BID ?? Date: 14/11/05 17:28 Post New | Post Reply | Reply Later | Create Poll Report this Post | Recommend it! Recommendations: 8 Hi, I think it's fair to say that whatever the Regulator comes up with, Invox will find a way round it. That's how this type of business operates all the time - dancing on the edge of what is permissable. Teh bottom line is that they have a huge database of 3.5m people who are repeat responders to their offers. So the customer will keep responding providing the prizes are attractive. Exactly how that is formulated is relatively unimportant in my view. Incidentally, I contacted Simon Cawkwell to tell him what a rotter he is shorting Invox (he knows I'm heavily long), and it turns out that he bought in his short after the Gunn announcement today. So he made a reasonable trading turn on it intra-day. In terms of the market, his actions will have actually helped stabilise the share price, since he softened the spike up this morning (by selling into it)& then helped bring the price back up again after it fell this afternoon on the second RNS (by buying stock to close his short). So a nifty bit of work on his part. Regards, Paul.
the skies the limit
03/1/2007
22:14
Well evil didn't get burnt after all but pp did... Author: paulypilot Number: 76985 of 91072 Subject: Re: INVOX BID ?? Date: 14/11/05 16:30 Post New | Post Reply | Reply Later | Create Poll Report this Post | Recommend it! Recommendations: 3 Hi, Indeed, I was flabberghasted to see that EK has shorted Invox today. His logic looks muddled to me. Fair enough he doesn't believe the Daily Mail story, but the price only went up about 3 or 4p on the back of that story anyway, hardly a great opportunity to open a short, surely ? The stock is highly illiquid as well, so if the big seller is done (Paul Hargrave) then EK could find it very difficult to close his short without forcing the share price up considerably. And that of course would pull in loads more buyers, making the situation a lot worse for him. I cannot see the sense in shorting something on a PER of 4.7, the clever money has already been made for shorters. Let's hope Simon gets burned on this one ! It makes me uneasy having an opposing position to EK, but he gets plenty of things wrong. Let's hope this is one of them ! Altogether a very bizarre day on this stock !! Bid, no bid, former Director selling, and a Bear raid, all on one day !!!! :-) Encouraging that the price is unchanged on the day though. Regards, Paul.
the skies the limit
03/1/2007
22:09
Yes that was him...lol
the skies the limit
03/1/2007
21:55
Hi Ratty and who was that other dummy that was with PP...LOL No wonder they call em fools on the TMF. Very apt.
the skies the limit
03/1/2007
21:53
£250,000 is more than just a mistake. Besides, other more astute investors saw through the management before the news came out that they had wrecked the company. Pauly spent 2 hours with the management on a one to one basis at the last AGM and he fell for it hook, line and sinker. What is worse, other investors invested on the basis of his write up of that meeting.
loverat
03/1/2007
21:39
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Abuse team
03/1/2007
21:19
The times you and fusey warned the board about pp i lost count. I think its a disgace. That £250,000 that paulpilot lost could have gone to charity. Other investors lost huge sums as well.
the skies the limit
03/1/2007
21:17
Paulypilot the ramper apologises and blames managment of INVOX for his own folly... http://boards.fool.co.uk/Message.asp?mid=10337076&sort=postdate The fact of the matter is fusebox warned that INVOX was a dog and paulypilot coud not be trusted as he was ramping it for his own ends.
the skies the limit
03/1/2007
20:52
I wonder how many shareholders turned up for the AGM this year. Anyway, has anybody set up a new thread under the new name?
loverat
01/1/2007
19:12
brightview, hum sounds like they are going into double glazing. lets all hope this will change things around, three name changes since ive held them, if they carry on changing there name at some point they may , i say may just get it right, but im not holding my breath. ps, invox, its not the name that needs to be changed its your way of thinking.
plast
14/12/2006
11:14
I dont think anyone imagined the enormity of the destruction of the company thats why we all got our back sides wacked with this one. £5 MILLION ANNUAL PROFITS TO £50K LOSSES OVERNIGHT?????? That is the magnitude of this incredible disaster which is quite unbelievable as these were not flash in the pan profits this company was highly profitable and cash generative for 5 years . Only Paul Parry knows how he managed to destroy 99% of shareholders funds overnight I dont think we ever will.
rbonnier
13/12/2006
15:08
What a difference a year makes on the AIM. Who would have believed that the management here would have wrecked the company and reduced the share price to 10p?
loverat
13/12/2006
07:51
I think Envesta failed because the directors were a bunch of crooks. Not sure if it's the same here or if they have just been totally incompetent. They have certainly brought the company to its knees far quicker than anyone could imagine.
loverat
12/12/2006
23:33
i was in envesta this is begining to smell the same directors ripped that to pieces then
chapman123
02/12/2006
11:12
Even Haystack was positive about this stock once... This is what he said at £1.90. Haystack - 19 May'05 - 21:10 - 387 of 406 This does look interesting. I think a medium term recovery of the share price looks likely. I am not sure about the long term yet. It makes you laugh some of these AIM outfits.
loverat
01/12/2006
12:36
Huge buying by directors, none of the rest of us got a look in with the Placing. They sold out for around 30p and have bougt back in for 7 1/2p, it's the directors who have made all the money and us small share holders who are paying for it. 21st December, Name due to change to Brightview.
loganair
30/11/2006
14:53
glad to hear that more people are waking up to the AIM STOCK RACKETERING. LONG OVER DUE FOR AN OVERHAUL ,
vision88
29/11/2006
19:31
This does not look too bad for new investors; new cash raised, huge buying by directors etc. But for existing holders, I am afraid the glory days of Invox are long gone. It is back to a small AIM stock, with limited cash and one product in a highly competitive market. In time, someone may buy this for 15p a share or so but the days of 300p or even 100p are gone forever. Where has all the business and money gone? How can it all go so quickly? I just do not understand .... but I do know that these unregulated AIM stocks are the fastest way to lose your dosh that I know.
barnetpeter
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