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Osirium Technologies Plc LSE:OSI London Ordinary Share GB00BZ58DH10 ORD 1P
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  0.00 0.0% 3.25 163,636 08:00:17
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Software & Computer Services 1.47 -3.43 -11.00 1
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Posted at 01/10/2022 09:20 by Osirium Technologies Daily Update
Osirium Technologies Plc is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker OSI. The last closing price for Osirium Technologies was 3.25p.
Osirium Technologies Plc has a 4 week average price of 3.07p and a 12 week average price of 3.07p.
The 1 year high share price is 22p while the 1 year low share price is currently 3.07p.
There are currently 46,048,681 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 251,635 shares. The market capitalisation of Osirium Technologies Plc is £1,496,582.13.
Posted at 13/5/2022 11:54 by bapodra_investments
Frogkid - I think if the share price continues declining and the market cap ends up anywhere near £1m - £2m then I will be looking at investing at those levels. My 6.5p investment was still an attractive price but I feel with the speculators, traders and the herd exiting along with spooking/scaring existing investors the fall could go down to 5p. Also with the added risk of equity raise and further shareholder dilution this is looking more likely than not. Because the price action is indicating this I have sold as I think I can re-enter below 6.5p. I am not interested in trading OSI but building a long term position in it if the right price and market cap present themselves. There are far better assets and shares to trade than OSI. Just ask those who traded Blue Star Capital PLC whilst many are left watching the share price dwindle downwards in a slow death spiral. The same scenario with billions of shares in issue at Vela Technologies PLC. I exited both of those with a profit in a relatively quick time.
Posted at 06/5/2022 08:02 by bapodra_investments
georgethefourth - That would not surprise me. There are lots of them on ADFVN. Some the same individual with different aliases and others different but part of the same group. They rarely talk about investing or trading or anything of value to anyone else. They try and disrupt the thread and are normally rude, unprofessional and horrible towards others. I will start filtering very soon as they just spread lies without any evidence of any facts to influence other people yet it is them who are discrediting themselves in the process. I fully expected this sharp decline in OSI as this share rose 150% in 2 days and that was simply down to the speculators, traders and the herd. Anybody who has any experience of investing long term in nano and micro caps will totally understand this. The way to build up a position over time is to use such opportunities to your advantage to add to your position so that when the share price rises over a period of time you have a large enough stake to make significant profits. The key is to remain patient and there will be long periods when the share price is doing nothing or even declining. The 150% rise was just a mere taster/starter of the potential should OSI win more contracts and start to increase their revenues. I use the word should as he risk is OSI cannot and that is the risk we are taking with OSI. There are no guarantees so each to their own.
Posted at 22/4/2022 16:21 by bapodra_investments
Guy - In that case it is possible that OSI is not an investment for you. Simple really. a) OSI recently gained a contract from the NHS so that suggests there may be an opportunity in this sector which is rather large. b) I suspect that a lot of the Civil Service have legacy IT systems and there could be opportunities here too. c) OSI only need to demonstrate revenues increasing year on year over the coming few years and do not need to have revenues of £20m, £50m or £100m. If you look at the share price and market cap of around £5.5m then even revenues of £2m to £3m in the coming 2-3 years could see the share price re-rate. If one looks at the daily share price rise and falls then they are always going to see the negatives and I suspect those very same individuals most probably missed out on the 150% rise and also most likely ended up buying at the recent high before the sharp decline. If people are not convinced then they should not invest in OSI and invest their capital and spend their time on companies where they have a stronger level of confidence/conviction. No one is forced to invest in OSI. QUESTIONS: --------- Guy - Can you explain which modern operating systems and applications have this functionality embedded and why the NHS for example opted for OSI recently? How much more do those systems and applications that you are going to share with us all cost? How much more expensive are they compared to OSI's offering? Which specific companies are using those systems and applications that you are referring to and how big are those companies/organisations?
Posted at 12/4/2022 17:12 by bapodra_investments
We will find out in due course if the share price will blast through the previous recent high or whether this initial trend weakens and the recent high acts as resistance and the price declines. I do not know which it will be but there are a lot of resistance points in the 20p - 30p price zone so it will be extremely difficult/challenging for OSI to breach that level at this moment in time. I think OSI will be news driven and further positive news regarding contract wins and further revenues could drop at any moment so investors who have a long term view are going to have to be patient and not worry should the price decline below 10p. I am not saying that is going to happen but it cannot be ruled out either as at the end of the day OSI is a nano cap and momentum and sentiment will play an important role. If there is neither then the share price could weaken further. It will be interesting to see if the institutional investors increase their allocation in OSI in the coming weeks and months.
Posted at 08/2/2022 17:01 by hedgehog 100
If you think that OSI is overvalued, it follows that CCS is overvalued by multiples more ... so why aren't you warning people about CCS? The CCS v. OSI full year results look quite comparable ... but for CCS shares you're paying nearly nine times as much - CCS: 27/04/2021 06:00 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Crossword Cybersecurity PLC 2020 Annual Results; AGM Notice; Board Changes LSE:CCS Crossword Cybersecurity Plc "... Delivered 25% revenue growth to GBP1.6m, despite the toughest economy in recent memory. ... Loss of GBP2.3m and GBP1.0m closing cash. ..." https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/crossword-cybersecurity-CCS/share-news/Crossword-Cybersecurity-PLC-2020-Annual-Results-A/84918642 OSI: 11/06/2021 06:00 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Osirium Technologies PLC Final Results LSE:OSI Osirium Technologies Plc "... Total recognised revenue increased by 22% to GBP1.43 million ... Reduced operating loss of GBP2.88 million ... ... Cash balances at 31 December 2020 of GBP1.48 million ..." https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/osirium-technologies-OSI/share-news/Osirium-Technologies-PLC-Final-Results/85337692 Current CCS s.p.: 34.5p, market cap. £25.86M. Current OSI s.p.: 10p, market cap. £2.94M. Comparing OSI to other cybersecurity companies really highlights OSI's relative attractions. You are full b.s. Megasonic: a nasty, mentally ill p---k, projecting your own self-hatred onto an innocent target because you are such a frustrated loser. Why not tell us what your username was prior to Megasonic, so we can check out the disastrous calls you are hiding - "megasonic Member since: 29 Mar 2017" https://uk.advfn.com/forum/profile/megasonic
Posted at 08/2/2022 16:47 by megasonic
On to more constructive and OSI-relevant topics ...===Despite hoggie's ramptastic ravings, OSI MCap deserves to be sub-£3m. The company is carrying huge losses and significant debt. It is running low on cash and operating on a loss. The current MCap reflects all this. Mr Market never lies.===As for share price movement from this level, well that depends on what the Board does next. Will the Board pursue a share pool diluting Placing or might they be able to secure funding elsewhere? There is no confirmation of funding plans as yet. There has been much chatter on BBs about a takeover, but takeover talk is all speculation at the moment. OSI's share price will likely remain in the 9-11p region until there is an update on funding. If there is a share pool diluting fund raise then we have not yet seen the bottom of the share price decline. If the Board pulls off something else - for example debt financing through bonds - then that may stabilise the share price. And if indeed there were a takeover then that could positively impact share price. I would add the caveat that any takeover bid would take into consideration the significant debts OSI is carrying and this in turn may dampen a positive share price move.
Posted at 04/2/2022 15:40 by hedgehog 100
COMPARE & CONTRAST: CROSSWORD CYBERSECURITY v. OSIRIUM TECHNOLOGIES The CCS v. OSI full year results look quite comparable ... but for CCS shares you're paying over nine times as much! - CCS: 27/04/2021 06:00 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Crossword Cybersecurity PLC 2020 Annual Results; AGM Notice; Board Changes LSE:CCS Crossword Cybersecurity Plc "... Delivered 25% revenue growth to GBP1.6m, despite the toughest economy in recent memory. ... Loss of GBP2.3m and GBP1.0m closing cash. ..." https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/crossword-cybersecurity-CCS/share-news/Crossword-Cybersecurity-PLC-2020-Annual-Results-A/84918642 OSI: 11/06/2021 06:00 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Osirium Technologies PLC Final Results LSE:OSI Osirium Technologies Plc "... Total recognised revenue increased by 22% to GBP1.43 million ... Reduced operating loss of GBP2.88 million ... ... Cash balances at 31 December 2020 of GBP1.48 million ..." https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/osirium-technologies-OSI/share-news/Osirium-Technologies-PLC-Final-Results/85337692 Current CCS s.p.: 34.5p, market cap. £25.86M. Current OSI s.p.: 9.5p, market cap. £2.79M. Comparing OSI to other cybersecurity companies really highlights OSI's relative attractions.
Posted at 04/2/2022 13:01 by megasonic
I had previously anticipated a drop to the 10p level. Quite astounding OSI has now fallen below that 10p mark - and that before any potential fund raise has taken place. OSI is now valued below £3m which, given its weak balance sheet and losses that are double its annual revenue, is exactly where the company deserves to be IMO.===I take no satisfaction from being proved right here. There will be many investors who are significantly underwater and that is a huge shame, especially as OSI's problems were foreseeable and could have been remedied. Ramping con-artists like hedgehog have much to answer for as they have attempted to pull less informed investors into OSI in order to shore up their own poor investment choice.===If indeed there is to be a Placing, it will be interesting to see how OSI and Allenby go about it at this level. I would expect a flurry of news about new contract wins to try to push the share price higher prior to any fund raise. In the past such news would lack any information on contract values, no reason to expect any different now. The challenge OSI will face now is buys will now be sold into meaning the share price may not move as they might hope. And, as ever, it is the existing shareholders who suffer the consequences of an incompetent Board.
Posted at 18/1/2022 16:38 by megasonic
Gotta love it. The guy who said there was no sign of a Placing now says he always knew a Placing was coming. Then he denied OSI share price was in free fall but is now suggesting the share price was in free fall. You could not make this up. BS Artist.
Posted at 17/1/2022 14:16 by megasonic
Just referring back to hedgehog's question to me in post 183 from six months ago when share price was 20-25p:-"why exactly do you think that the share price will fall rather than rise, when all commonsense and logic suggests that it will rise?"-===Ah yes, common sense and logic must have had a knees up with Hogrates the Hi and Gandalf the Green over a cracked pipe and herbal tea where they all agreed OSI would rise like Mordor. Seeing the OSI six month chart since then would have sobered three of them up. Evidently it is Hogrates who has yet to return to sobriety. ===When it comes to OSI, I believe my old chum - the never knowingly under-ramped hogzilla - has achieved the incredible feat of being 100% wrong 100% of the time: share price is in free fall; Placing seems imminent; his much touted "one contract to rule them all" has still not materialised; Edison Research have forecast OSI will not turn a profit for at least a couple years; STILL no sign OSI is the next Amazon (funny that one).===Bravo, bravo. Perhaps hog-goblin ought to take a page out of Sauron's book and disappear into DARKness.
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