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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Koovs Plc KOOV London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 2.90 01:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
2.90 2.90
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15/3/2021
19:04
rawl1: Hi. Could someone take a minute to advise what’s happening ( in layman’s terms) regarding this as I am not a sophisticated or experienced investor. All I know is that I bought some shares in this company through an isa and Koovs no longer is there. So have we all lost our money or could it go back onto stock market and if so would we then get our shares back ? Thank you in advance
04/3/2021
16:08
bahamarama: I fear the investigation will not alter two simple, inalienable facts.One, that shareholders will be treated, not as 'investors' who might have provided capital and funding in good faith in the fair and honest expectation of a share of any success. But as parasitic 'gamblers' who placed their chips;And, two, that Mr Alli will remain a Lord.Utter disgrace.
24/9/2020
22:57
jamesto2: koovs was set up as a scam company and jambon was working for lord alli ..... its an Indian scam and putneylad sold it to poor investors
17/4/2020
22:29
transhoneyqueens: sonnyrangerranger did you know jambon had around £460k invested in this and harebridge had £300k .... they did not sell lol as they loved a challenge as both were unwell novice investors.
11/12/2019
09:42
kenmitch: Agree with philtobedoe about taking it on the chin, accepting that our investments both successful and disasters are our responsibility. Also take note sometimes of what the share price is telling us. If we are very confident and share price goes down steadily and with every rally sold in to, there’s a good chance we are wrong. I had similar disaster in the 1987 crash. Decided then NOT to give up but to learn how to do it properly, and it worked, albeit with further mistakes to learn from all the way! But investing in the basis of bb posts alone will never work UNLESS following those we know have considerable knowledge and proven success. Paul Scott is one example, and there are others on Property Trusts and good quality shares on ADVFN. And Simon Thompson is superb (Investors Chronicle). BUT many Investors Chronicle tipsters are young and inexperienced so care needs to be taken there too. Newspaper tipsters are journalists first and often with limited investment knowledge. e.g the Daily Mail City Editor has a lot of his own money trapped in Woodford’s suspended fund,, DESPITE knowledge that the fund was in trouble having been known for months! And as for broker tips.....be very wary. Research shows that the majority get it wrong. I.e broker buys go on to do badly and broker sells do well! So the solution is proper research including focus on all Company news and interpreting correctly and understanding balance sheets or using sites that do that for us. And KOOVS. As anyone who checked it out properly knew, the risk of bankruptcy as it gobbled up cash was unfortunately very clear to see well in advance. It really was bargepole territory and the key now is to avoid getting sucked in to similar rubbish. A good guide for that is here on ADVFN where the number of posts often match the quality of that share. I.e lots of rubbish as with KOOVS (hundreds a day sometimes) then avoid that share. A few QUALITY posts and that share is worth checking out.
02/12/2019
21:32
stark industries: Traders live on adrenaline and fear.VsInvestors don't really worry about the up and down share price movements as they tend to look into the future.Investors are shrewd and know a bargain when they see one.Anything under 5p is an outstanding entry point to invest for the next 12 to 24 mthsKoovs is a gift horse.Watch this space as the next trading update will be the one that will tell us the real story going forward.Good luck to you all long, short or neutral in what ever your stance is.
22/11/2019
14:25
hotaimstocks: Putneylad putneylad putneylad , "We all know that Koovs is doing well (last 3 qtrs of growth - Orgainci) and has investors who have bought in at a much higher share price and are still holding firm." And yet despite this alleged "fact" Koovs has warned investors that it will be insolvent without a significant injection of cash. Which means that it's *NOT* doing well. If you genuinely think that the business is doing well then I suggest that you read an accounting book. Because it's haemorrhaging cash on a monumental scale. "From what I'm have dot connected so far .....this is as cheap as chips" On what basis? PE Ratio? No that can't be it as the "E" is negative and hence the PE is reported as zero Dividend yield? No, because there isn't one Return on equity, return on capital? No, all negative There is no sensible measure that suggests that Koovs is "cheap" on any basis. And when you factor in that the company needs £12m of cash this year and another £12m next year it's plainly and obvious not even an asset - it's a liability! "This is a no brainer !!!" Absolutely, 100%! It's obvious that this is a complete and utter zero.
22/11/2019
14:24
hotaimstocks: Jammy boy rolex , "We all know that Koovs is doing well (last 3 qtrs of growth - Orgainci) and has investors who have bought in at a much higher share price and are still holding firm." And yet despite this alleged "fact" Koovs has warned investors that it will be insolvent without a significant injection of cash. Which means that it's *NOT* doing well. If you genuinely think that the business is doing well then I suggest that you read an accounting book. Because it's haemorrhaging cash on a monumental scale. "From what I'm have dot connected so far .....this is as cheap as chips" On what basis? PE Ratio? No that can't be it as the "E" is negative and hence the PE is reported as zero Dividend yield? No, because there isn't one Return on equity, return on capital? No, all negative There is no sensible measure that suggests that Koovs is "cheap" on any basis. And when you factor in that the company needs £12m of cash this year and another £12m next year it's plainly and obvious not even an asset - it's a liability! "This is a no brainer !!!" Absolutely, 100%! It's obvious that this is a complete and utter zero. JakNife Read Full ThreadFollowReply
08/11/2019
18:59
philobeddoe: You could argue the company is, technically speaking, far more valuable now than it was at IPO? because apart from the funding issue, the company has come a long way since then? The company was valued at £36.2 million at ipo (as a new venture with no track record) compared to just under £9m now (as an established company with millions already invested that's now showing some major signs of improvement!). The Koovs of today has grown quite a lot compared to the koovs at ipo. For example, how many social media followers were there at ipo compared to today? What were the order books like in the early days compared to today? The Koovs of today is in many ways a far better company than it was at ipo. Which suggests the BoD have actually been doing the right thing all along? The problem is investor patience has run out. Despite Koovs having come a long way since ipo, investors don't recognise it or at least this progress isn't reflected in the share price. All investors see is doom and gloom. The falling share price has destroyed sentiment. And whilst this may be true, the company has undeniably made progress since ipo. Which suggests they've actually been focusing on what matters with regards growing the company? And surely that's where their focus SHOULD be? Looking back there's probably very little the company could have done or said to stop the share price falling? If they knew there was no magic answer to speeding things up, or making the situation any better, if they knew it was going to take time and if they knew investor patience was likely to be severely tested - then what could they possibly have done or said to have made the pain any easier? Maybe sometimes you have to turn a blind eye to the tears and tantrums and just focus on the job of running and building the company in the knowledge that ultimately that's what's going to turn things around?
10/10/2019
15:29
jamesto2: LSE Putney. Putney You are still deluded and posting optimism that you have no idea about, you have constantly posted such dribble from the very highs, but then curse the management for their inability�s to perform. You need to be ashamed trying to make people believe in your posts, when they are nothing but your fantasy beliefs. None have come to fruition otherwise it wouldn�t be 5p News I suspect will come early in the week. Obviously either next week or the week after. My views are that they should be about 1 week before the investors meeting to give them time to do their due diligence. I�m also thinking that this invester day has been in motion for a while and news which Putney put out yesterday and the day before of new designers bringing out new ranges was all thought of for the investors in mind. Future I don�t believe are wanting to shoulder all the costs and this is why Koovs are doing what they are. So to sell the company they need as much positive news as they can otherwise why would they want to invest. At this price it very well may be a good short term punt.You are still deluded and posting optimism that you have no idea about, you have constantly posted such dribble from the very highs, but then curse the management for their inability�s to perform. You need to be ashamed trying to make people believe in your posts, when they are nothing but your fantasy beliefs. None have come to fruition otherwise it wouldn�t be 5p News I suspect will come early in the week. Obviously either next week or the week after. My views are that they should be about 1 week before the investors meeting to give them time to do their due diligence. I�m also thinking that this invester day has been in motion for a while and news which Putney put out yesterday and the day before of new designers bringing out new ranges was all thought of for the investors in mind. Future I don�t believe are wanting to shoulder all the costs and this is why Koovs are doing what they are. So to sell the company they need as much positive news as they can otherwise why would they want to invest. At this price it very well may be a good short term punt.
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