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I-nexus Global Plc LSE:INX London Ordinary Share GB00BDFDLT01 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 34.50 0.00 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
33.00 36.00 34.50 34.50 34.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Unknown 4.71 -1.04 -5.00 10.0
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 0.00 GBX

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16/7/2019
09:20
I-nexus Global Daily Update: I-nexus Global Plc is listed in the Unknown sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker INX. The last closing price for I-nexus Global was 34.50p.
I-nexus Global Plc has a 4 week average price of 34.50p and a 12 week average price of 33p.
The 1 year high share price is 89p while the 1 year low share price is currently 33p.
There are currently 29,571,605 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 500 shares. The market capitalisation of I-nexus Global Plc is £10,202,203.73.
03/1/2007
22:23
the skies the limit: 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.
03/1/2007
22:14
the skies the limit: 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.
02/12/2006
11:12
loverat: 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.
31/10/2006
13:30
ok,yah: re...The directors did the correct thing by buying brightview? They spent £25 million on it two years ago.. now its worth less than £4 million.... How does that become a shrewd purchase? Is it worth buying a few extra? Looks decent value but being such a small company now this will probably remain undervalued for some time unless a bid comes in.. There isnt a floor on the share price at present either
20/7/2006
15:17
werdna78: Man have disposed of 60,000 and still the share price goes up! Someone must have decided that this is a good buy at these prices.
04/5/2006
12:00
fusebox: The share price has crashed just as i predicted...http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=10286735 Holders of this stock have been ducking and diving for years and could end up losing the lot... This stocks definately going nowhere now but down. Evil shorted this stock some time ago. http://boards.fool.co.uk/Message.asp?mid=9657061 Paulypilots ramps have failed to do anything with the share price. The co to dispose of home gaming and concentate on Brightview is imo high risk. Carphone warehouse offering free broadband is bad news for Brightview.
12/4/2006
12:03
paulypilot: Hi, RBonnier - I share your dismay at the share price. I spoke with one of the Directors a few weeks ago, and they are fully aware of how disappointing things are, having not inconsiderable holdings themselves. I got the impression that they are doing everything they can to realise shareholder value. Bear in mind that they have 2 nicely profitable businesses, so there is definitely value here. But the reason the market is attributing such a pathetic PE rating, is that both divisions are subject to declining earnings. Basically, it's a break-up scenario that's looking most likely, IMO. We should see back at least the current share price, hopefully a good bit more. But no denying it's been a disappointment all round. That's life sometimes. Regards, Paul.
02/3/2006
08:33
rbonnier: Agreed with Amorruso 50p looks extremely likely this week if not today.The share price collapse however is a little bit strange as the mms are literally ripping the pants out of the share price on very small selling I would think we have a huge seller in the background like Tatten or Hargrave selling with panic sellers the 3k and 5ks sending this into oblivion share price target now around 30p/40p should there be no news.
24/2/2006
10:35
gsands: Oh dear, why do these small cap threads attract so many cretins? Hopefully Paul will log on soon and moderate some of you. Mikey_b, In answer to your question re AMT - I was holding the stock when it dropped to 120p on fear and small PI selling despite overwhelming fundamental evidence to suggest that the stock was becoming ridiculously undervalued (based upon known knowledge) I see a similiar situation here. Based upon known fundamental knowledge, this company should not be trading so cheaply. BUT of course, there is always that 'unknown' element - which is where the risk lies. However, to simply conclude as some posters/ private investors have done, that the share price dropping is indicative of problems ahead, is completely daft. Peruse the chart below to see what I mean: free stock charts from ADVFN.COM To put the above in context, the small panic selling punters who were 'robbed' of their stock sold at 120p sold at 66.6% lower than the current share price of 200p. Quite a lot of upside for the smart cookies who were buying the stock then. I am not saying that the same will happen here. Maybe it will, maybe it won't. But my money is on the table and if there is any further weakness then I will be buying more. The risk/reward is in my favour and every tick down makes it more so IMO.
14/11/2005
17:46
fusebox: Paulypilot squirming around today on his premium thread. He has burnt a few investors today when he ramped the share over the weekend. Gtting a lot of stick now on both ADVFM and the TMF site.... ............... paulypilot - 14 Nov'05 - 15:05 - 96 of 100 Hi, Bit of a storm in a teacup really. There's no way a bid at 125p would have succeeded anyway, so the bid rumour didn't have much effect on the share price even before the denial. And a former Director has sold some stock - so what ? Former Directors usually do sell their stock, and we already knew there was a big seller in the market anyway. Doesn't alter the investing case one iota, in my opinion. Regards, Paul. she-ra - 14 Nov'05 - 15:15 - 97 of 100 "There's no way a bid at 125p would have succeeded anyway, so the bid rumour didn't have much effect on the share price even before the denial." Since when would that stop a share rising? Are you saying A)It wasnt believable which contradicts your weekend comments or B)Investors dont get out of bed for anything less than a 50%+ bid premium. Pauly forgive me for saying this but you constantly seem to move the goal posts to your own convenience. paulypilot - 14 Nov'05 - 15:25 - 98 of 100 She-ra, I have an open mind & reserve the right to change my opinions on anything at any time. Anyone who has opinions which are set in stone is probably an idiot. The whole point of a discussion board is to discuss, and during that process one's opinions may well change. Events change ones opinions too. It's a fluid process. Surely you agree ? I was surprised that the share price didn't rise more this morning, so the fact that it didn't is proof that the bid story had little credibility. Also I chatted things through with a couple of mates yesterday & today, who both felt that the bid story was unlikely to be correct. If the bid story had credibility, then you can be sure that City types would have been aggressively buying the shares first thing today & we would have seen a much bigger spike up in price. That didn't happen, so obviously nobody in the City believed the Daily Mail piece. I am curious as to where the story came from though. It seems odd to name an actual person & a price. Usually bid rumours are more vague.
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