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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
  -0.50 -0.6% 82.50 82.00 83.00 83.50 82.50 83.50 85,904 11:20:48
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 50.2 5.7 11.8 7.0 46

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10/9/2020
07:07
Great news! LOOP - Major new contract win with one of the world's top-5 law firms Expanded partnership to FY2022 with C&W Communications Launch of new online plans for LoopUp Meetings Https://www.londonstockexchange.com/news-article/LOOP/contract-wins-business-update-notice-of-results/14680901
bigbigdave
09/9/2020
22:22
Sellers should be exhausted soon Still too many today for me to buy the bounce.
basem1
09/9/2020
16:03
ZOOM up 11% over the pond, about time this started moving back up!
bigbigdave
09/9/2020
10:10
I keep adding under £2. Although interims will be mostly rear view mirror i expect a bullish outlook statement confirming that volumes since the TU remain at similar levels. I still doubt that they can commit to specific guidance which would be a good indication that business is still at super normal levels. I know colleagues at two of Loopups largest clients and nothing has changed, everyone is still wfh and any office interaction is strictly on a essential only basis with strict social distancing. if the markets continue to tank across the pond i will limit buy all the way back down.
rimau1
09/9/2020
09:40
Now looking interesting as the share price may have bounced off the bottom trend line on the chart. If we close up today that could be significant
ygor705
08/9/2020
12:12
Me too. Patience makes sense.
arcadian
08/9/2020
11:17
Alphabeta4- agreed
msehs
08/9/2020
11:07
IMHO the share is just illiquid, it can go up or down quite quickly, probably just a few people decided to take profits. From my perspective with interims due shortly and guidance already ahead for the year (possibility of a further beat)? looked a good add point.
alphabeta4
08/9/2020
10:47
Can't buy anything under 4k
johndoe23
08/9/2020
10:42
Well I suppose the stock had quadrupled since April...
msehs
08/9/2020
10:40
Yes, too prolonged to be a tree shake. Maybe someone knows something we do not, who knows?Opportunity!
johndoe23
08/9/2020
10:27
Wooooah. Heavy selling
msehs
08/9/2020
09:44
Certainly not a tree shake There has been concerted selling since last Thursday
basem1
08/9/2020
09:43
Indeed Rimau - for those in the know this appears to be at bargain levels this morning... I also added at 2.069, will repeat if it goes below £2. IMO the MM’s are collecting ahead of results so they can satisfy demand in the second half of September.
74tom
08/9/2020
09:36
Hey 74tom, maybe i will get my £1.90! No matter, i am now drip feeding back what i sold into this, the fall is simply tech/nasdaq related. Compelling value here and interims could land any day.
rimau1
08/9/2020
09:06
Well the MMs tree shake has done very well for them over the past couple of days or is the death of Lady Judge behind the fall? If it comes back much further Zoom might be interested in making a bid!
ygor705
05/9/2020
14:57
Tbh, it was looking overextended. Look to me like good support at £2. And I'm certainly interested and patient enough to wait for results.
brucie5
05/9/2020
11:03
Remember, this rises and falls very fast so for me its a healthy pullback. I will certainly add if this falls again next week. The interims will be the biggest price trigger of the year as they will provide an outlook statement forcing further upgrades. £65m revenues IMO and market cap under 2x Revenue. Zoom rose 40% on results day last week before the nasdaq sell off!!
rimau1
04/9/2020
19:31
Mms of course manipulate thats what they do, make a market, the share price is rarely fair. An 11% fall is indeed ridiculous if you look at it in connection with the volume but if you were a mm would you be buying all shares offered to you at such a time after a big rise. It’s normal. I agree with 74tom, the share price is going to be much higher on results to come, business is booming so the short term price shouldn’t be a concern, just an opportunity if you missed it before or want to increase. I bought today prob a bit early but will increase if further weakness. Volumes weren’t particularly high, more news isn’t far off, I don’t expect it to be in the £2’s for long.
big7ime
04/9/2020
19:03
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
18:10
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
17:18
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
16:51
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
16:41
Ouch :o( Although to be fair probably due a pullback to bring in new investors.
bigbigdave
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