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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Loopup Group Plc LSE:LOOP London Ordinary Share GB00BYQP6S60 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 172.00 170.00 180.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 34.2 0.4 2.5 68.8 95

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04/9/2020
18:03
Last year`s interims showed good growth and this year`s last trading statement was healthy so I`m thinking that the interims (last year Sept 17th) will present good growth prospects for the years ahead. It`s not as if we were mining coal or even selling oil. Covid has really changed the way we live and work.
arcadian
04/9/2020
17:10
It cannot be that simple. Prices decline largely because investor sentiment turns negative - perhaps only for a short period, but they decline because people are selling. My point was that I have seen this "excuse" of manipulation by market makers far too often to give it any credence. I hope that you are right, however because I am a holder and would like to see the share price soar.
glenowen
04/9/2020
16:18
Have I missed something? It may just be a longish time to any news so selling and moving on might be a better use of capital for now.
arcadian
04/9/2020
15:51
Not really Glenowen - I've just gone through the trades and correctly allocated them as either buys or sells (easy on this share as the spread is large). The end result is 296k sells, 254k buys. So they've dropped the price 11.5% on net 42k of sells. Would you say wiping £11m off the market cap on £100k of net selling is fair? And if anyone had done their analysis and decided it was over valued they would have sold in the last few weeks, not on a day when the UK market was in a panic over the NASDAQ correction. Today was simply panic sellers watching their money drop and wanting out, and the market makers saying thank you very much. Once markets stabilise, this will go back up as fast as it came down IMO.
74tom
04/9/2020
15:41
Ouch :o( Although to be fair probably due a pullback to bring in new investors.
bigbigdave
04/9/2020
15:27
It does surprise me the number of times when a popular share price slumps, various investors simply put it down to "manipulation" by market makers. Might it not just be other investors deciding that it is over valued and deciding to sell?
glenowen
04/9/2020
15:18
Turned into a bit of a mauling. MM's won't be short now......
lyndon b
04/9/2020
14:55
Someone dumping 10k chunks now! It's going to present a nice opportunity if this continues...
74tom
04/9/2020
10:40
My mate got kicked out on too tight a stop, so I do agree that a lot of these sells will be on a tree shake basis. I have been topping up as we go along. Always trying to avoid confirmation bias.....my only concern on this stock is that there hasn't been a lot of buyers for a number of days/weeks, so I can see why the MM's might be dropping the price to get a bit more action on the share, after all (another) way they make money is through volume being traded. That said, we will forget all these conversations when the next trading update comes out and we are all smoking a Cuban Cigar with some Hennessey on the side.
lyndon b
04/9/2020
09:43
Tried but failed to get a more readable copy of the trading update highlights as what I posted above was not that easy to read..
arcadian
04/9/2020
09:17
Added today, looking forward to results
bigbigdave
04/9/2020
09:15
Yet AIM and most tech firms are up today. Go figure!
johndoe23
04/9/2020
08:57
Crazy isn't it - The numbers are only going to get stronger imo. An upgrade is almost inevitable at the next update. No patience or ability to deal with the MM's games for many.
tallprawn
04/9/2020
08:06
Can`t people read? Six months to to 30 June 2020 30 June 2019 Year-on-year GBP million (unaudited) (unaudited) growth Revenue 31.9 22.3 43% Gross profit 22.8 15.0 52% Gross margin 71% 67% +400 BPS Adjusted EBITDA (1) 12.2 3.5 249% Adjusted EBITDA margin 38% 16% Cash 8.2 3.8 Net debt 5.4 11.5
arcadian
04/9/2020
08:05
The definition of a tree shake to get rid of the weak or those with silly stop losses. @4x4 Guru, thanks for that update - really looking forwards to the rest of the year here. The main objective has to be to keep some cash ready to take advantage of behaviour like we've seen this morning.
74tom
04/9/2020
07:57
Looks like stops getting hit...
johndoe23
04/9/2020
07:54
8 % fall on about 7 sells!! Laughable!Trying to take out stops from those who bought at 240-245p...
johndoe23
04/9/2020
07:50
I bought some more the other day but now wish that I had waited for this inevitable, blatant stock grab prior to news. PS I`m amazed at the frailty of so many sellers this am rushing to sell tiny amounts on a small drop in the share price I will probably add more when their panic stops.
arcadian
04/9/2020
07:47
If I had money to buy more I would!, had the fortunate chance just over a week ago to get some good insight to how well business is doing. Its fair to say this year has been a significant turnaround for LoopUp and there will be very good news for year end results. Its usual for the MM’s to lower the price before a step up.
4x4guru
04/9/2020
07:39
Any excuse for the MM to drive this down further! Top up opportunity...
johndoe23
04/9/2020
00:49
Non-executive directors are known as noddys or nodding donkeys in the city of London They have no genuine involvement in the running of a company They are paid to give the 'nod' to directors remuneration schemes and such like Companies employ them to give the false impression of balance and objectiveness on the board of directors They get paid a lot of money for just attending one or two directors meetings over the course of a year It is quite common for one person to be a noddy for several different companies at the same time and rake in a lot of money for essentially doing F' all So the departure of a noddy will never move the share price
spob
02/9/2020
13:41
There’s a small article on the front page of the Telegraph Business section today which says that our non-executive chairperson , Lady Barbara Judge , has passed away aged 73 as a result of pancreatic cancer ( I believe that pancreatic cancer is very fast-acting ) . However , the Telegraph article makes no reference to her role in Loop Up . Might the passing away of this “ trailblazing businesswoman “ be the reason for the slight fall in the shares today ?
mrnumpty
02/9/2020
10:53
I noticed that too Tallprawn, ridiculous behaviour and clearly had no idea what they were buying. Happy holding, end of year target has to be around the £3.50 mark at least.
74tom
02/9/2020
10:27
9291 shares purchased yesterday pm and then sold this morning for a loss - Crazy.Material news due later this month which most people believe will push the share price up further. Buy and hold time people - Rewards will come with patience.
tallprawn
02/9/2020
09:19
Zoom popped 40% (FORTY) last night on results. One of the major positives was the increase in more premium level subscriptions
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