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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Legendary Inv. LSE:LEG London Ordinary Share GB0001514032 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.085p 0.08p 0.09p - - - 0 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 0.0 0.7 0.0 4.3 3.27

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30/4/2019
14:26
Hi dave pettigrew puckleface Hows your luck? I think its beyond dispute now that you are too thick to invest in the stockmarket. If you have any money left, put it in apple. I hear they're a good company. Results tonight.
professor smelgy
21/10/2018
23:37
If you can get past the bit that the customers don't want/cant pay the bill. This is nonsense, it's little more than a cash on the nail economy scenario. why do they need intermediaries?
maxk
21/10/2018
23:00
A bit dated,yet possibly not remarked upon as yet. Previse raises $7m ‘to transform global B2B commerce to instant payment’by Will Peakin/ August 20, 2018/ The funding round was led by listed European fintech specialist Augmentum Fintech PLC and one of the world’s pre-eminent venture capital firms, Bessemer Venture Partners. It also includes participation from Hambro Perks and existing and new angel investors. Earlier this year, London-based Previse created 37 data science jobs in Glasgow, following an £800,000 grant from Scottish Enterprise. The Data Lab’s chief executive, Gillian Docherty, sits on its advisory board. Slow business to business (B2B) payments caused by inefficient payment terms cost the world’s businesses US$300bn every year. Large buyers suffer as well, because a supplier’s expensive cost of borrowing is priced into the cost of the goods or services supplied. They are also perceived to be taking advantage of their suppliers and are facing a growing public and political backlash as a result. Previse enables buyers to have all their suppliers paid instantly, as soon as the buyer receives an invoice. It uses machine learning technology to root out the invoices which are unlikely to be paid, allowing a funder to pay the rest immediately. The small fee paid by the supplier for instant payment is shared between the buyer, the funder and Previse. Bessemer Venture Partners is America’s longest-standing venture capital firm. It has a global portfolio and has invested in companies such as LinkedIn, DocuSign, and Box. Augmentum Fintech is a listed fintech-focused venture capital investor and its portfolio includes leading UK fintech companies such as Zopa, Interactive Investor, and Seedrs. Charles Birnbaum, partner at Bessemer Venture Partners, said: “It is incredible that so much of global B2B commerce is conducted so wastefully, causing suppliers to fail and increasing expenses for buyers. “Previse’;s clever approach and unique technology allows business to avoid the costs and inefficiencies associated with delayed payment terms and can transform the prospects of many businesses that are supplying to large corporations around the world.” Tim Levene, chief executive of Augmentum Fintech, said: “When we are selecting fintech companies to invest in, as well as looking for new, highly scalable business concepts, we are also looking for an extraordinary management team. “Previse has bought together a talented, resilient and dynamic team with world-class expertise in trade finance, data science and technology. This is exactly the team to bring instant payments to the world of B2B commerce.” Since its founding in 2016, Previse has grown rapidly, signing up seven large organisations as well as receiving significant demand for its InstantPay technology from some of the world’s largest companies. The Series A funding will help scale Previse’s business to meet this demand, onboard clients and further develop its technology. Paul Christensen, Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer at Previse, said: “We opened our doors to customers just over 12 months ago. Since then, we’ve seen huge interest in our instant payment programme from governments and corporates." Personally I just don't see the potential for this business model to work,although such a solution,if workable,would be a panacea for many financial ills.
mudbath
09/10/2018
11:36
Like his ball sack,it's hanging low. That's age for you.
chuffer2
09/10/2018
07:14
Mornin’ dave. How’s it hangin’ dude?
michaelsadvfn
02/10/2018
07:31
Make sense to me. AMZN, NFLX, FB, GOOG etc are valued very high as every single person and business in the world is a potential client. VS have a potential client list considerably shorter.
professor knobhead
02/10/2018
07:10
Why would VS attract a valuation of £200m when it turns over £6m and is loss making? Idiot.
michaelsadvfn
01/10/2018
23:50
the market cap is only just over £2m now...no brainer
temmujin
01/10/2018
23:49
yeah but if virtualstock floats at £200m then 8 peaks must be worth £10m at least
temmujin
01/10/2018
23:25
We dont 'know' that at all. There was only one complete idiot who thought that it might get to 1p in old money. Now there's two.
professor numbskull
01/10/2018
20:46
it will be about 0.4p- 0.5p ish in old money..but we know it could go alot higher to 1p so 200-300p
temmujin
01/10/2018
20:42
That'll put it back at most on the other thread's buy price.
bionicdog
01/10/2018
18:57
i think this is now a very good buying opportunity..when virtualstocks ipo is announced it could easily 5 bag
temmujin
01/10/2018
18:20
This is one of his better performers although it’s heading in the same direction as all the others. Shame he didn’t buy 100m shares.
michaelsadvfn
01/10/2018
17:31
pickles is still banning people behind the scenes. Poor chap, his share is taking one hell of a beating.
professor 8 pints and a gut
01/10/2018
13:15
Has david noticed 8PG is trading at the equivalent of 0.065p? Just wondering like.
michaelsadvfn
28/9/2018
12:33
Where’s me leg gone to?
michaelsadvfn
28/9/2018
10:08
Where's everyone gone? I can this share rising to 25p quite soon. Told ya.
professor 8 pints and a gut
28/9/2018
08:51
I've done a new thread , you can't change an old one.
bionicdog
28/9/2018
08:17
"Michaels" sends his love !
chinese investor
28/9/2018
07:56
I wondered who's hand that was fatfish
soupdragon55
28/9/2018
06:47
i'm still holding soup and i'm a critic, oh dear what have I done. :-) (waiting to be proven wrong)
fatfish
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