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Location Sciences Group Plc LSE:LSAI London Ordinary Share GB00BGT36S19 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.015 2.94% 0.525 1,685,838 08:00:26
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.50 0.55 0.537 0.519 0.525
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 1.21 -2.28 -0.61 3
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:28:56 O 16,496 0.5013 GBX

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28/2/2021
08:20
Location Sciences Daily Update: Location Sciences Group Plc is listed in the Technology Hardware & Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker LSAI. The last closing price for Location Sciences was 0.51p.
Location Sciences Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.38p and a 12 week average price of 0.29p.
The 1 year high share price is 2p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.29p.
There are currently 587,337,398 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 14,394,507 shares. The market capitalisation of Location Sciences Group Plc is £3,083,521.34.
12/2/2021
05:26
sunshine today: “ As a result, the Board is now exploring a number of options for the Company and its businesses and further announcements will be made as and when appropriate” The buyers or buyer yesterday, presumably have a good idea of the value of LSAI businesses. They or others must think buying the shares at last nights close was going to be worthwhile. From that, I deduce a rise in the share price, towards 1P.
03/2/2021
08:38
spob: I notice you started this thread on 18 January What was the catalyst for the share price move and the increased trading volume ?
03/2/2021
07:18
sunshine today: They have in the past, to grow the business, and just about every investor has paid more than today’s share price. 100% agree. IMHO it’s exactly the right time to consider to invest for the following reasons.( others at the time paid to much ) 1/ The 3 software offerings are up and running and in sales mode , and PREVIOUS investors have paid for all the time and development. 2/They have cash through to 2022. 3/ They are working for the biggest advertising companies and agencies in the world. 4/ First mover advantage. 5/ potential risk / reward @ £5.2M market cap is £5.2M .On the assumption that an investor bought a massive 1/2% of the company today , his or here’s Max loss £25,000. Potential market cap is well over 100 times that . 6/ Revenues could explode overnight as agencies on board as the STANDARD for campaign’s. 7/ Costs have been slashed. 8/ If the Reddit or and Robin Hood crowd from the USA arrive expect it to ten bag fast. (;LSAI software is Aimed at the American Market) 9/ It’s ridiculous cheap revertive to the Market . 10/ Good luck as with all shares,
02/2/2021
09:03
sunshine today: It’s absolutely marvellous, LSAI testing their software for the biggest in the industry Unilever, and GroupM. LSAI prove all is not right . LSAI”S product reputation, goes through the roof.
31/1/2021
10:02
sunshine today: Fund1, Multiple today’s market cap by 10, and your market cap is only £46M. Your target is an tiny, extra £2.5M onto today’s market cap. LSAI 0.78P Mid 1/ Tiny market capitalisation, just £4.6M , of that , Net cash £1.2M. 2/ Analyst , two months ago , projected medium term, annual revenues of $50M . https://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&;cd=&ved=2ahUKEwiq_ePO_abuAhWiz4UKHYbXByAQwqsBMAJ6BAgFEA0&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3D1-s0VxW6YoY&usg=AOvVaw1xHbf6mIwH6WMz0Jg4waK8 3/ LSAI company presentations, 80% margins on verify software. ( Found on LSAI company, investor page.) 4/ Based on a reasonable growth PE of 20 , that would equate to LSAI having a Market capitalisation of over £500M. ( 100 times plus , current share price ) 4/ £19M unused tax loss 5/ New report 2021, from LSAI client, (InMarket) , with annual $100 revenues ( 2nd from last paragraph) We’re The First And Only Company To Offer Certified Location Audience Data: InMarket is the first and only company in the industry to offer certified Location Audience data, third-party verified for data accuracy and precision by the industry leader Location Sciences. Location Certified audiences build trust and allow brands to buy with confidence, knowing an independent third-party review has assured the precision and accuracy of the chosen audience. https://f.hubspotusercontent00.net/hubfs/2750857/Reports_Whitepapers_Webinars/Real-Time%20Readiness%20Apples%20iOS%2014%20Update%20Whitepaper.pdf 2nd from last paragraph from the report. 5/ Finally: About Location Sciences Group PLC: (LSAI) Location Sciences is the pre-eminent global location verification provider to the $160 billion digital advertising industry. Working in partnership with brands, media agencies and suppliers to reduce ad-wastage and improve the effectiveness of location-based advertising campaigns. The digital advertising market-place remains unregulated and un-monitored, with an estimated $19 billion wasted on ad-fraud in 2018. Location Sciences has developed Verify, the world's first independent location verification product. Utilising sophisticated machine learning and pattern recognition technologies, Verify detects location ad-fraud and shines a light on location data inaccuracy with the aim of bringing back integrity, transparency and trust to the market place
21/1/2021
07:34
sunshine today: https://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&;cd=&ved=2ahUKEwiq_ePO_abuAhWiz4UKHYbXByAQwqsBMAJ6BAgFEA0&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3D1-s0VxW6YoY&usg=AOvVaw1xHbf6mIwH6WMz0Jg4waK8 After 4 minutes 20 seconds We expect the share price to start to rise in 2021.
19/1/2021
07:49
sunshine today: 18 months ago this share was ten times today’s price. It’s totally down to investor sentiment, depending on ones view, of future prospects at any given time. Today, optimism is at its low point, reflected in the share price, I believe that’s about to change.
03/1/2021
21:46
plunge: Thanks Canarris for this further insight. As you say, it could certainly aid LSAI's cause in getting MRC accreditation. As a long suffering shareholder, let me express my appreciation to Blis for what seems totally arrogant and foolish behaviour on their part. I feel that after unsuccessfully attempting to resolve matters privately with them, LSAI was left with no other option but to go on the offensive. What an opportunity for the Company to embarrass and disrupt one of the key location data suppliers in the market plus prove to the whole ad industry what it has been trying to tell them for ages! Clean up your acts. Furthermore, if Blis cannot provide evidence of MATERIAL FLAWS which they allege in the Verify platform, then what is to stop LSAI returning the favour of whacking them with a defamation claim and seeking appropriate compensation? Perhaps this has already happened, given the statement by the directors that they are confident in the position taken by the Company and have taken EVERY STEP to protect the position of Verify in the marketplace. I eagerly await the next instalment of this gripping saga.
30/12/2020
13:24
plunge: Questions from me that hopefully will be dealt with by LSAI's lawyers. 1. Why didn't Blis Global identify these 'material flaws' in the Verify platform during its user acceptance testing, i.e., prior to going live? 2. Were these flaws subsequently fabricated because Blis needed LSAI's help in screening out and/or fixing dubious location data it was knowingly supplying customers and didn't want any prior audit thereof affecting its quality scores and, more importantly, revenues? A case of putting money before ethics? 3. Although denied by Blis, LSAI clearly states the former was actively attempting to learn the proprietary nature of Verify. Why? 4. In failing to get the software changed presumably for its own self serving purposes, and in fear of being caught out, is this why Blis deliberately chose not to utilise this verification tool? 5. Furthermore, has Blis made misrepresentations to customers that all location data sold to them since partnering with LSAI had been independently vetted for accuracy and quality, when in fact this wasn't true? See my earlier posting 556. 6. Then, and only when it was specifically mandated to do so by LSAI's own customers, why did Blis manipulate location coordinates and anonymise device/publisher IDs supplied on these two high profile advertising campaigns, i.e. by altering and trying to hide underlying supporting data? LSAI has put into the public domain a detailed explanation of its defence against this legal dispute, which goes to the heart of the questions raised above and suggests to me it is very confident of its position. Also, its offer to share significant evidence with an independent arbiter reinforces that view. True to its word, TRANSPARENCY is the name of the game here. On the other hand, Blis appears to be fighting a rear-guard action and has a lot of explaining to do. As well as proving it has been defamed, it now seems it has to defend itself against potential ad fraud charges. No matter what the outcome is of this case, it could generate a lot of publicity for Location Sciences. Perhaps location data customers of Blis may also start asking awkward questions and seek redress if it is proved they too have been misled.
30/12/2020
12:25
cyberbub: Thanks Plunge.I wonder why LSAI wouldn't have fixed a (seemingly) small bug that Blis claim to have pointed out to them? On the other hand LSAI say there is no bug and no-one else has pointed it out.It's all a bit messy and without detailed inside knowledge of the facts from both companies it's difficult to come to a conclusion.So I guess an investment in LSAI is quite speculative at this stage due to the dispute, with something of a 'binary' outcome, boom or bust.
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