Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Koovs Plc LSE:KOOV London Ordinary Share GB00BHB22S55 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.30 9.38% 3.50 4,653,237 16:35:12
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
3.40 3.70 3.80 3.20 3.20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 6.43 -15.51 -5.30 14
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:12 UT 1,984 3.50 GBX

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08/12/2019
08:20
Koovs Daily Update: Koovs Plc is listed in the General Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker KOOV. The last closing price for Koovs was 3.20p.
Koovs Plc has a 4 week average price of 2.15p and a 12 week average price of 2.10p.
The 1 year high share price is 9.90p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2.10p.
There are currently 401,939,356 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 5,099,412 shares. The market capitalisation of Koovs Plc is £14,067,877.46.
26/11/2019
15:54
philobeddoe: If Lord Alli is happy and prepared to invest more cash in order to keep the company afloat (if needs be) then why doesn't the company release a short RNS statement to confirm that? It really isn't difficult is it? And the effects of releasing such a reassuring statement would be immediate - it would calm investor fears and concerns and lead to more buying and a rising share price.. so why keep the market guessing if Alli is indeed prepared to put more cash in if necessary? The share price is on the floor precisely because of the lack of reassurance that all will be okay. If Alli isn't prepared to allow this to fail then why is the company seemingly content to allow the uncertainty to continue, at least for the time being? It's almost like one or more of the major players WANT the share price to stay subdued, at least for the time being? The way I see it, the company's dwindling cash reserves and the threat the company may no longer be able to continue as a going concern if the funding issue can't be sorted is a situation that becomes increasingly precarious as time goes on, assuming no positive news is forthcoming. It's imperative, imo, that the company issues a reassuring statement that all will be okay in ANY eventuality (asap) otherwise I can't see even 2p holding over the coming weeks (in the absence of any positive news).
10/11/2019
17:59
philobeddoe: The company has undeniably made some good progress since IPO. And that progress has been rapidly accelerating of late. Whatever your opinion is of the BoD, the progress now being seen is undeniable evidence they've been busy doing the right thing - for the company and ultimately for the shareholders. The issue here is that it's taken much longer than expected. And a lot of that is down to problems encountered in India that could never have been predicted or planned for. That isn't the company's fault. Investors were perhaps anticipating Koovs shares would boom from ipo and that by now they'd all be millionaires. Instead the delays and difficulties led to investors losing patience and sentiment crashing along with the share price. Companies find it easier to raise finance when buyers are actively buying and the share price is rising and sentiment is good. And it's harder for companies to raise finance when that isn't the case. So here we have a company that's finally starting to see some really positive signs that things are now well and truly on the up.. and yet sentiment is still on the floor. That's actually not an entirely bad place for a company to be. Koovs is in the fortunate position it has some exceptionally wealthy major shareholders who between them have the capacity to easily sort the financing issues out (If that wasn't the case, a company with a rock bottom share price and poor sentiment might otherwise struggle to raise finance). Once the financing issues have been sorted, with the rapidly improving figures the company is now seeing, sentiment should bounce back soon enough and the buyers will once again start buying in earnest. Personally I don't think Alli will want to agree to any financing deal that involves diluting existing holders into oblivion. It isn't in the company's interests to do that; it'd be extremely short sighted if they did. Assuming a happy outcome regarding the financing, which imo is highly likely one way or another considering the financial firepower of the majors & the rapidly improving figures the company is now seeing, the current share price may well turn out to be the all time historic low never to be repeated - ie with the rapidly improving figures the company is now seeing, once the financing issues are sorted Koovs may never again see the share price this low. I remember when Boohoo was crawling along the floor in the low 20's for what seemed like months.. once the first signs of growth and improvement started to show, the share price began a prolonged period of uptrend. Koovs is now seeing those improvements - the figures are rapidly improving. It's only the short term funding issue to sort out, then there's no reason why the share price won't do a Boohoo.. except Koovs has far fewer shares in issue (currently anyway) and the opportunity is even bigger! 2p a share? It could turn out to be the bargain of the century!
08/11/2019
20:21
jamesto2: philobeddoe - 02 Aug 2017 - 14:51:18 - 935 of 3005 Koovs plc - KOOV Positive margins now being achieved and funding is almost complete. Koovs has 175.384 million shares in issue which is considerably less than Boohoo which has 1.148 billion shares in issue - even with further dilution it's highly unlikely Koovs will end up with anywhere near a billion shares in issue so talk of huge dilution down the road is nonsense imo. Twitter followers are increasing by more than 15,000 per month and reviews sites are full of high praise and positivity for Koovs - the Indian consumer appears to love Koovs and word appears to be spreading fast out there just how good Koovs is. The Koovs app has over a million downloads on googleplay with loads of positive reviews and comments. I think these are the final few weeks of the share price being in the doldrums. When the preliminary results are released i think the funding issue will have been sorted and it'll be an all good news RNS possibly leading to a sharp jump in the share price followed perhaps by a prolonged and sustained uptrend pattern from thereon with a share price that continues to increase markedly year on year. Provided shares in issue stays below 250m or so, if mcap reaches about the same as Boohoo (£2.5 billion) that'll be a share price of around £10 and if mcap reaches similar to ASOS (£5 billion) share price might eventually reach £20+ Koovs has lots of potential, this could be a hugely profitable medium to long term investment, especially for those who load up at the current prices.
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?
08/11/2019
16:16
harebridge: A good postI still say koovs has come too far for Alli and the major shareholders to just allow the company to go bust. The bottom line is they've ploughed millions into Koovs as well as considerable time and effort building the brand - they're not going to just throw it all away for the sake of £6m or so funding. This is a company with mega-wealthy major shareholders that easily have the capacity to sort the financing issues out themselves if need be. There aren't many AIM companies in that situation - for investors that fact alone lowers the risk here dramatically. Add to that Koovs has a CEO who built ASOS - the most successful aim share of all time - so nobody can say there isn't vast experience amongst the Koovs BoD. If anyone can, they can, especially Alli. Add to that India is a truly huge market and Koovs is right there in the middle of it perfectly positioned at the very beginning of the online boom that's about to really get going. Koovs app on Google Play has had over 5x as many downloads as that of Boohoo - has had far more reviews - and still has a higher % score than Boohoo in terms of customer satisfaction. Boohoo market cap is currently £3.05 billion versus Koovs at just under £9 million - and yet Koovs opportunity in India is way bigger than that of Boohoo, India being a much bigger market than the UK. All things considered, the downside here is relatively tiny from such a low share price - but the future upside at this price could be truly incredible (potentially many thousands of % upside) - on the balance of things, this surely has to be worth a punt at this price?
08/11/2019
11:46
philobeddoe: I still say koovs has come too far for Alli and the major shareholders to just allow the company to go bust. The bottom line is they've ploughed millions into Koovs as well as considerable time and effort building the brand - they're not going to just throw it all away for the sake of £6m or so funding. This is a company with mega-wealthy major shareholders that easily have the capacity to sort the financing issues out themselves if need be. There aren't many AIM companies in that situation - for investors that fact alone lowers the risk here dramatically. Add to that Koovs has a CEO who built ASOS - the most successful aim share of all time - so nobody can say there isn't vast experience amongst the Koovs BoD. If anyone can, they can, especially Alli. Add to that India is a truly huge market and Koovs is right there in the middle of it perfectly positioned at the very beginning of the online boom that's about to really get going. Koovs app on Google Play has had over 5x as many downloads as that of Boohoo - has had far more reviews - and still has a higher % score than Boohoo in terms of customer satisfaction. Boohoo market cap is currently £3.05 billion versus Koovs at just under £9 million - and yet Koovs opportunity in India is way bigger than that of Boohoo, India being a much bigger market than the UK. All things considered, the downside here is relatively tiny from such a low share price - but the future upside at this price could be truly incredible (potentially many thousands of % upside) - on the balance of things, this surely has to be worth a punt at this price?
04/10/2019
17:58
jamesto2: Thank you SR As you say it m trying to see this share through a pair of glasses that are not tinted. For reasons I can’t disclose I have a lot of knowledge about how things happen and why. I’m simply trying to say don’t jump in feet first. Sit back and think. But one or two don’t like what is perceived as negative. Everything is possible in an aim share and never think things will or will not happen. The next trading statement will speak volumes and personally I think it should bode well, along with an in depth personal post from the chairman on how bright things are looking. It is really inevitable this will happen as the board or Mary has to sell the dream to the investors. Every institution on cannacords books will be invited. Some won’t come, some will be interested and some may go along to see what it’s all about. But before the meeting the analyst from the company’s will be doing their due diligence. From this meeting the share price May rise of fall by the interest generated and who actually comes on board if any ! But one thing for sure, dilution will happen and it will be the shareholders again that will suffer. Ideally the share price needs to rise as much as poss to limit the number of shares given for hard money. This share has potential as I’ve always said. But how much and when will bottom happen and how long will it take for the share price to rise before anyone makes a decent buck ? There’s always the chance this share may collapse but most on here disagree but never right it off, it is possible !
19/8/2019
18:27
jackson83: how can we trust anything that KOOVS SAY or do AFTER THE MISLEADING long drawn out botched funding epic soap opera lol and continued dilution ? Shareholders are not even RNS ed the warehouse disruption re storm and flood damage !! its obvious KOOVS have complaints as its all over social media & the share price tells us something is not well at KOOVS AGAIN LOL. WHATS GONE WRONG THIS TIME as we are at an all time low share price ... 227p down to 6p and KOOVS REMAIN SILENT .. FCA investigation needed now.why are KOOVS COMPANY HAPPY WITH THIS .? priced to go bust lol accordion to Harman&Co. come on KOOVS RNS USON WEDNESDAY.
19/8/2019
16:38
jamesto2: LOOKS LIKE putneylad66 & JAMBON on LSE had a post removed explaining that the marketing would resume once the problems re new warehouse have been sorted ? ( must of set us back a bit ) I believe we are being kept in the dark as KOOVS know any negative news would see us at a new all time low share price.. I JUST WISH THEY WOULD TELL US WHEN THE ADVERTISING / MARKETING WOULD RESUME ? THEY MUST REQUIRE THIS FUNDING for ongoing expenses and growth , we need this FCA news fast and then we can be back on track lol WHERE IS OUR SECOND BOARD MEMBER ???? maybe KOOVS will change that as well .. its almost as if KOOVS require a low share price for the next stage of free shares given to HT MEDIA.. maybe news later this week - I won't hold my breath as this is KOOVS we are the last to know any news. I woulds welcome a low share price of 4p as I could then average down lol.
16/8/2019
07:53
transhoneyqueens: 1 year ago today we new of this deal/tie up with Amazon and the PUMP AND RANT RAMP CREW LEAD BY ROLEX JAMBONkingOFkoovs losses lol / Putneylad66 on Lse are pumping the F in a desperate attempt to exit this JUNK stock .. they know the game is up .. RED FLAG screaming BUY lol.. KOOVS don't care about long term holders facts and truths . wonder what price the NEXT FUNDING / DILUTION will be done with HT MEDIA ?? FACTS are KOOVS will need not only to raise £1.85 million in cash to give them .. but also HUGE DILUTION as they will be getting far more shares at todays price ( with they will have to dump on the open market ) due to % will be to high.. the AMAZON DEAL IS PRICED IN .. if it failed like last few attempts we will see 3p and KOOVS has mislead and lied re funding in the past as pointed out by harebrigde so he got FCA to investigate KOOVS .. truths NOBODY TRUSTS KOOVS AND THE SHARE PRICE HAS BEEN ON A ONE WAY SLIDE FROM 2014.. nothing will stop this until it either makes a profit or goes bust as they will struggle to fund millions in cash when world recession looms / slowdown .. why are KOOVS not talking to us mugs. WHAT ARE THEY WAITING FOR. EVEN INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS WANT TO EXIT . THIS IS JUNK NO PROFITS EVER .. WILL BURN 18M PLUS NEXT YEAR .. NOBODY TRUSTS OR BELIEVES A WORD KOOVS SAY OR DO NOW. TOP UP JAMBON as we are wanting to exit before suspension
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