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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% 172.00 170.00 180.00 177.50 170.00 172.50 311,592 16:35:19
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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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
29/9/2020
18:28
Always been a Long Term Investor Have no bottom price or High price Bought Loopup at 52p and not sold one share have a target of 800p on the company. Note when you decide to go Long , have spent weeks reading about each company Overall in portfolio up 29% this year Latest investment and slightly down is Itaconix Plc , been waiting over a year to buy but needed to see signs of Breakeven which is within 1 year. Also the Bio-degradable bags is a massive plus to replace plastic. Good luck just thought a different approach can give higher rewards or massive losses
thordon
29/9/2020
17:24
Slightly off topic, but related note.. how heavily invested are people on here ££? I am actually considering going all in personally on shares such as LoopUp where the market hasn't really caught up with its potential value... But a voice inside me says don't be silly and diversify!!
pratt2
29/9/2020
15:08
Thx bigbigdave, good hire and probably reflects the larger client implementations in prospect from Direct Routing.
maddox
29/9/2020
14:41
We’re extremely excited to announce that Jason Sloan - a Microsoft Certified Master - has joined LoopUp as Senior Director of Consulting. Jason has been in the Microsoft space for 17 years, focusing on Unified Communication consulting for the past 10 years. During this time, he has designed and deployed OCS, Lync, Skype and Teams for some of the largest Fortune companies in the world. Jason earned his Microsoft Certified Master certification on the Lync Server, proving his thorough understanding of the technology’s design and architecture. We look forward to seeing Jason share his knowledge and expertise with his new customers at LoopUp! Https://www.linkedin.com/posts/loopup_were-extremely-excited-to-announce-that-activity-6716625565513736192-wGCa
bigbigdave
29/9/2020
12:53
Hi Maddox - I am a keen fan of Minervini and he has a similar rule. He takes losses before reaching -10% , and takes profits above +20%. The crucial thing here is you have to have more winners than losers. I think his ratio is 55:45, or thereabouts. For a long time I wondered if I had sold too soon. So I did an analysis. It so happens that I have a discipline to log in detail all bought and sold shares going back over the past 6 years. A day's spreadsheet work showed that overall if I hadn't sold the "loss" shares and allowed them to run 9 more months, then I would have just broken even. That made me feel better. Nowadays when I sell. just like LOOP, I don't fret about leaving money on the table, because I know on balance it's fine. I think you also alluded to small caps and price swings. Yes, that's true. I limit this risk by staying with Market caps above 100m, and where the spread is not above 3%. And there is good liquidity. Of course I do break this rule from time to time. Bonne chance
ramridge
29/9/2020
12:23
Wondering if the drop here is because we ve just had the results recently and lot of profit takers waiting to move into something else before jumping back on board here before next results... This does tend to drift/consolidate between trading statements.Let's hope we find a floor pretty soon and then the pain trade is for this to shoot upwards ..
pratt2
29/9/2020
11:28
Hi Ramridge Fair enough. I have a rule that if something drops 20% then I either sell or double-down. Similar to you - its a no ifs, no buts rule. Best of luck in what you move on to Adam
adamb1978
29/9/2020
11:01
Hi ramridge, with small cap stocks a 10% stop-loss must take you out of a lot of positions? It's not beyond the wit of the MM looking for some stock in a thin market to harvest tight stop-losses? If you think the value of LOOP will be 300p in the medium term (as does Simon Thompson ) this seller is affording you the opportunity to make 41% profit not an immediate loss of 10%.
maddox
29/9/2020
10:35
Adam - good post. I'm just totally frustrated with how UK stocks get trashed when compared to US and how deeply discounted the UK market is priced on any metric vs US. Anyway, back to LOOP and interesting to see how the price is being dropped each morning before a recovery in afternoon. Obvious seller in the market creating an overhang.
valuehunter1
29/9/2020
10:01
Well, I am out. I have a strict rule. If a potential loss nears -10%, I sell. No ifs, no buts. Good luck to you all.
ramridge
29/9/2020
09:36
It depends on how you look at the UK market. I wouldnt buy the FTSE for eaxmple as there's too many sectors with large weightings which have horrible looking outlooks. So from that perspective, I agree its dead (but there are some elements in the FTSE100 which are still worth owning). However, I do think the UK does have good small and mid caps opportunities. OK, they won't run up as far as US markets (e.g. to 30x sales or higher), but equally you're entry point is far lower. You wouldnt be able to buy a LOOP today at 2x sales in teh US. The net result is that I think decent recent are possible for a private investor
adamb1978
29/9/2020
09:30
I've been saying it for a long time, the UK market is dead. Totally dead.
valuehunter1
29/9/2020
09:15
Just absurd really that this is at pre results levels. The UK market really is far to shallow in terms of both vision and liquidity
mad foetus
29/9/2020
08:51
Getting really annoying here but Mr seller will be done at some point, just sitting tight.
bigbigdave
28/9/2020
15:43
I'd quite like to know whether there is a seller and if so whom it is? If you are looking to buy-in - it is a short-term decision - and a seller, particularly a forced-one presents a good opportunity to get a good price.
maddox
28/9/2020
13:41
Nothing wrong with refuting baseless comments, and you did state for working capital purposes so not sure why you’re now backtracking to claim it could be for an acquisition... Agree on the 2-4 year hold AdamB, short term trading is just noise. If they continue to execute well & double their revenues whilst retaining a similar gross margin then the share price will be a long way north of here :)
74tom
28/9/2020
13:13
Agree Maddox - the trolling on advfn boards detracts from them immensely, hence why posts *appearing* that way get reactions, despite the post this time not intended to be that way. To your question, personally I'm not concerned whether there is a seller around. On a 2-4 year basis, I think there's 100%-200% upside from current levels. Loop are trading on just over 2x current year sales yet make c75% gross margins and have grown at almost 50% revenue cagr over 2015-9. That rate won't continue but the current valuation factors it abruptly flatlining, which simply doesn't make sense. If you want a dream scenario, assume 20% CAGR over the next decade, taking this to £260m revenues, so a £1.3bn EV based on a 5x multiple and almost 10x share price upside! Might sound nuts and clearly is only a small single-digit % probability of occurring, but the risk/reward balance here is compelling. Adam
adamb1978
28/9/2020
13:00
Maddox - but we were discussing LOOP - why the suggestion of a LOOP fund raise was unfounded. Any wider expectation that there might be a raise could account for the recent fall in share price.
valhamos
28/9/2020
12:49
Guys, please call it quits and let's get back to discussing LOOP. Does anyone have insight into whether there is a seller - holding LOOP share price back?
maddox
28/9/2020
11:34
Ramridge Just to be clear, your post 1074 didnt mention anything about funding an acquisition or development - I've pasted what you wrote below. If you read that post, without any unwritten background of what you intended, I'd like to think you'll agree that it suggests that the company is verging on insolvency, which obviously isnt the case. I agree about the comment about sensible discussion and that it what is lacking in a lot of places on this site - hence why you got the reaction which you did about your post. However it was intended, it came across as the opposite. Looking at your other posts , you're clearly not a time-waster like lots on here, but the post didnt suggest that. "I had a quick look at the recent HY accounts and it may well be that they need to raise cash. As at 23/9/20 cash in bank £8.3m admin expenses 10.3m over past 6 mths, plus dev costs £3.2m net working capital £10m That smells to be line like a fund raise is on its way." Adam
adamb1978
28/9/2020
11:14
Yep. Totally agree, Maddox I wish people on BB follow the simple rule, as you have done. "Play the ball, not the player". Then we can all discuss things sensibly.
ramridge
28/9/2020
11:05
Ramridge, The debt is as a result of their acquisition of MeetingZone in June 2018. Debt has come down rapidly and could very well be debt-free by year-end. The only justification I could foresee for a cash raise would be for another acquisition - perhaps to takeover ZOOM ;-) Regards Maddox
maddox
28/9/2020
10:59
"you clearly don’t understand financial statements". Really? I am blown over by the size of your ego. Re-read my post. I didn't say that they need cash to bolster their balance sheet (even though they have a negative NTAV) or for cashflow purposes. It could be for a potential acquisition or major development purposes. I have a long position in this company.
ramridge
28/9/2020
10:33
Ramridge, you clearly don’t understand financial statements if you think they need to raise cash, they generated £5.2m of free cash flow in the half year to 30th June! They’ve also only ever raised cash once since listing and that was for a major acquisition.
74tom
28/9/2020
10:27
The idea that they need more cash is absurd! Ramridge - you forgot to factor in revenue - just looking at costs pretty much every compay would need to fund raise! £12m EBITDA in H1 and around £3m capitalised development costs. Then some tax and int. They generate cash and have £8m cash in the bank.
adamb1978
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