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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
  -4.00 -4.71% 81.00 79.00 82.00 85.00 80.50 85.00 326,610 16:35:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 34.2 0.4 2.5 32.4 45

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19/11/2020
16:35
Hi cottoner, Really appreciate your research - all excellent input to the discussion. IMHO yes it's a very good read across - CallTower are offering Direct Routing integration from MS Teams: "According to reporting by CallTower, their Native Teams Direct Routing Solution sales through October 2020 increased by 293% over 2019 sales figures." MS Teams are also cited as now up to 115m Daily Active Users - it was quoted at 75m back in April. That's explosive growth. CallTower are a MS Gold Partner as are LOOP - they appear to be US focused and based in Salt Lake City.
maddox
19/11/2020
15:51
Any read across to LOOP? (Direct Routing / Microsoft Teams) CallTower Reports Massive Sales Boost for Teams Direct Routing What can CallTower’s growth of Direct Routing for Microsoft Teams tell us about how business is changing? '''''' hTTps://www.uctoday.com/collaboration/team-collaboration/calltower-reports-massive-sales-boost-for-teams-direct-routing/
cottoner
19/11/2020
15:42
ramridge - there wasn't that much of a fall in Pat Val from June (it fell gradually from 500p to 430p if memory serves). The fall was also consistent with the fall in the wider market at the time. If people were selling because they knew of the fraud the fall would have been much greater and quicker. You are welcome to your investment style but Maddox is right that if one took your approach seriously you wouldn't invest in anything.
valhamos
19/11/2020
14:57
better timing than mine
robow
19/11/2020
14:33
I'll admit to buying a few back today.
tole
19/11/2020
14:11
Getting cheap now. Have this on my watchlist.
leewain
19/11/2020
14:08
Maddox - You are missing the point. There was nothing miraculous about the share price dropping 4 months before its collapse. The small group of people I refer to, knew or suspected foul play before the collapse and they started selling.
ramridge
19/11/2020
13:28
Hi ramridge, You have to discount that variable otherwise you wouldn't invest in anything. Thankfully, there aren't a lot of Patisserie Valerie's around - too many, but not a lot. You suggest that CAKE's share price in some miraculous way foretold of it's impending doom - an interesting conjecture. The Auditor's didn't know but the share price did. The share price is essentially the equilibrium between buyers and sellers and their different view points. To attribute some supra-normal insight to this is not something I can take seriously. Regards, Maddox
maddox
19/11/2020
13:27
Excellent post, Ramridge. I had a similar experience with Goals Soccer (GOAL)not long ago. Prospects were bright and, just like LoopUp, it had been recommended as a Buy by Simon Thompson in the Investors Chronicle. The share price started to decline, dodgy accounting came to light and the company went belly up. No matter how good a company is, it will be always be susceptible to potentially malign influences, which us small investors can never hope to be aware of. Of course, it doesn't mean that this will happen to LOOP, but I wouldn't be tempted to buy at the moment, because the recent precipitous slump in the share price raises too many questions for my liking.
glenowen
19/11/2020
13:08
This is more than a bit of profit taking Another 50,000 dumped in the last half hour
basem1
19/11/2020
11:25
Worrying how this continues to fall despite other so called COVID beneficiaries bouncing back somewhat. 6 weeks ago the COO sold 2 thirds of his holding totalling 220k not a bad move for him.
trainsailing
19/11/2020
11:13
Maddox - I generally agree with your rationale, except that you are forgetting a major variable. All companies have stuff going on in the background of which we the small fry are unaware. Most of it is noise, but sometimes, it is big. Big enough to matter materially. So those who are in the know ( senior management, brokers, instis, etc), will naturally act to protect their interests. I will give you an example purely for illustration purposes. A while ago, in 2018, I had shares in Patisserie Valerie (CAKE). The business was growing, results were published beating expectations. There was not a single cloud in the sky. And all analysts agreed. Inexplicably (that is to us the punters) the share price started to drop from June 2018 onwards. The drop was consistent and fairly steep. I bailed out because of my rule to sell if I see a loss of more than 10%. In Oct 2018, the company became bankrupt. There was massive fraud going on which only came to light when the VAT people sued the company for unpaid Vat. So the people in the know had started to sell 4 months before the collapse. The chart showed that. I repeat this is purely an illustration to make my point. Today's chart for LOOP is a reminder that there may be stuff going on that can destroy value at a blink of an eye.
ramridge
19/11/2020
09:40
Hi Pratt, The way I conceptualise it, a share has two key properties Value and Price - Value is intrinsic to the business and its prospects whereas Price is driven by sentiment. Nothing has changed to alter LOOP's value. Sentiment has changed because the chart trend has faltered and the Chartists and Momentum Investors have taken profits. This was triggered by the Pfizer announcement of an effective vaccine on 9 Nov. The investment rationale is unchanged it's just got better value as those seeking short-term/smaller profits have moved on. Cottoner's posting of the tech vacancies is a useful indication that LOOP is growing at pace - those roles will be required for customer integrations. We cannot expect firms to be give us a running commentary and we already know that H2 is very likely to be every bit as good as H1. So, essentially nothing of importance has changed apart from Mr Market offering a cheaper price to buy more shares. Regards Maddox
maddox
19/11/2020
08:18
Cannot wait till that day when LOOP will be the biggest risers per the re rate imo
allstars001
18/11/2020
19:35
Totally agree with ap21 - the way businesses will operate has changed for good; the market opportunity is there for LOOP to capitalise on and its all about execution by management now for me. With the massive recruitment drive going on right now and with a H1 EPS print of 1,164% y-y growth, all points towards a booming business which the market is currently mis-pricing.
valuehunter1
18/11/2020
18:48
I’m not a chartist, but that graph doesn’t look healthy.
henley2
18/11/2020
18:43
You just need to look at the jobs advertised in loopup ; this is market reacting without focusing on these company's. Same as in March when the market dropped due to Covid 19. Stronger company's always re bounce. 150p is the breakpoint ; can not see this dropping below this.
thordon
18/11/2020
18:39
Market is treating this financial year and business as one-off successFlexible working ie working from home is something many Co's were starting to implement over the last 3/4 yearsCV19 has accelerated it and businesses will not go back to how they were operating previouslyMarket is currently rotating to recovery stocks from COVID Fundamentals will excert eventuallybeneficiaries
apatel21
18/11/2020
17:47
Comforting Stuff Arcadian Thanks
basem1
18/11/2020
17:41
Just listened to CNBC Jim Cramer etc and the consensus was that such stocks as Zoom may have raced ahead during the pandemic but they were here to stay and these new ways of living and doing business would keep going. LOOP do not have a sky high PE like Zoom and will continue to do well in this changed world. We just need to be patient. After the vaccines will be a new changed world and Loop will be part of it along side (or maybe inside)Microsoft and many other firms who supply new ways of living.
arcadian
18/11/2020
17:20
I take comfort from the low market cap against profits, the cash position and new contract wins to roll out in the second half. The market is looking further ahead and growth may stall.
basem1
18/11/2020
16:36
Not sure what's happening here.. is the market just investing in better opportunities and being risk on with the recent vaccine news etc?Or is there something amiss here. Heavily down now from my 220 entry price and slightly panicking. The ascending triangle in the chart also didn't break out and has retraced.@ Maddox, reverting back to you as you're the expert. Anything changed in your perspective for such a steep fall?
pratt2
18/11/2020
15:55
Something really amiss now this selling is absolutely relentless The baby is being thrown out with the bath water here
basem1
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