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INSG Insig Ai Plc

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Insig Ai Plc LSE:INSG London Ordinary Share GB00BYV31355 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 17.00 16.00 18.00 17.00 17.00 17.00 26,474 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Investors, Nec 2.09M -18.56M -0.1702 -1.00 18.55M
Insig Ai Plc is listed in the Investors sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker INSG. The last closing price for Insig Ai was 17p. Over the last year, Insig Ai shares have traded in a share price range of 11.75p to 26.50p.

Insig Ai currently has 109,095,137 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Insig Ai is £18.55 million. Insig Ai has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -1.00.

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The past and what you bought at becomes irrelevant.

Deal with now, with what you believe the future 'might' hold for your investment decisions.

So you agree the 'Management ' have taken in backwards and not forwards as it is 'priced' much much lower than the RTO??
pj 1
Is it priced at a point NOW where it is worth the speculation?

That is for the individual to decide.

Shares are about the future.
No matter what side of the fence your on it’s not looking good is it
Despite the previous huff puff and guff from the company we are obviously struggling in my humble opinion

Im not really getting your point, but I would say that INSG have never had any positive(market?)sentiment since the RTO, and as they do not have any 'sentiment' currently, then how has that sentiment changed? It hasnt?

The bottom line is we are burning cash, revenue growth has been predicted by INSG to be ''slow'' and any new business is referenced by 'discussions are going well'' or similar wording.

The last placing basically covers 12 months director remuneration did it not?

All in my opinion only

pj 1
So you blame the management for

1. Not seeing this change of sentiment coming?

2.For not getting contracts when clearly the industry is still finding it's feet?

You do not blame yourself at all I note for not seeing this dip in sentiment as the industry evolves?

Did you risk too much do you think?
Is that something to consider?

But you referenced Mercedes further up PJ1 so you must have seen it's relevance!


In the other news TODAY it appears that INSG have developed a long list and bank of phrases that no-body wants to use unless its free and promoted by the FCA.

Back in 2022 the company was re-assuring it's investors that Insig AI's revised business plan forecasts revenues of £2.4 million for the year to March 2023, rising to £6.2 million in the year to March 2024, to £12.5 million in the year to March 2025 and to £19.0 million in the year to March 2026.

Today the stark reality is much different, where it is recognised by astute and common sense Investors to steer well clear of the continuing cash burn and disappearing hopeful contracts whilst it's Directors assures that ''discussions are going well''. Off course the detail of these discussions remains hidden from the stakeholders in the Company, who must also by now increasingly alarmed of how the company will be funded in the short term, given the apparent failure to also hit its own cash flow and then downgraded operational profitability targets. Appointing strategists recently hints things have not gone well and the original business plans, promises and assurances, are now defunct.

Meanwhile, no doubt the Directors continue to claim expenses and drive in the Mercedes' referenced above, whilst its stakeholders conserve their equity by driving 2015 plate Ford Cmax and equivalent.

All the above is in my opinion only and can we please keep on Thread as I honestly have no clue what Mercedes has to do with INSG.

pj 1
There is a shift in other industries as well.

'The boss of German car giant Mercedes-Benz has said it will make petrol cars “well into the 2030s” as it watered down its targets for electric vehicle (EV) sales. Ola Källenius, the group's chief executive, said the era when EVs would cost the same as an equivalent petrol car was still “many years away”.2 days ago

What we have to decide is whether it is temporary or not.

Knowing how much money is behind this I suspect it is temporary but only time will tell.

Of much more interest/concern
Nils Rode, Chief Investment Officer, Schroders Capital, says:

“The AI revolution is driven by venture capital backed start-ups, so venture/growth capital is the place to be for investors who want to get direct exposure to this mega theme.

“Additionally, we expect the impacts of AI to have second-order impacts on the real estate and infrastructure markets.

“The substantial data processing requirements and the production of even more data through AI is giving a further boost to demand for data centres, creating tailwinds in this area.

“Furthermore, AI’s massive compute appetite needs substantial energy resources, that we see as an opportunity for infrastructure investments, particularly in renewable energy.”

“The rise of populist politics has meant that populations are less willing to allow migrants to come in and fill roles, so companies are having to think of alternative solutions to the labour shortages.

“The shortage of workers will force companies to begin to make greater use of robotics, automation and AI in order to manage their rising costs.”

There are many uncertainties around the investment implications, not least due to the speed of change.

Where previous industrial revolutions took decades to create large scale impact, AI-first companies are registering that impact in months.

But investors are seeing some clear “second-order” impacts from AI trends which are set to touch many industries.

A reminder. 22 December 2023

Insig AI plc

("Insig AI" or the "Company")

Director/PDMR Shareholding

Insig AI plc (AIM: INSG), the data science and machine learning group, has been notified that, Richard Bernstein, Executive Chairman of the Company, has purchased 230,000 ordinary shares of 1 pence each in the Company ("Ordinary Shares") at a price of 15.55 pence per Ordinary Share (the "Purchase"). Following the Purchase, Mr Bernstein's shareholding stands at 20,355,380 Ordinary Shares in Insig AI, which represents 18.66% of Insig AI's total voting rights.

Keyboard Warrior,
What’s your take on Insig
Come on

From your profile bully boy

"College I wish"

Anyone could tell you have had a limited education. Anyone who had would have learnt if you keep losing you must be doing something wrong but not you.

I see from your profile bully boy


Hopefully my portfolio is realistic. I try to look for a minimum 20% profit. Looking to run with the winners. Do your own research, let me know if you disagree."

You have got that wrong all you have is a long list of FAILURE.

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