Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Supply@me Capital Plc LSE:SYME London Ordinary Share GB00BFMDJC60 ORD 0.002P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.003 5.0% 0.063 816,055,549 16:35:08
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.06 0.065 0.0675 0.0575 0.0575
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services -0.70 -5.59 15
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:08 O 15,000,000 0.0649 GBX

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Supply@me Capital Daily Update: Supply@me Capital Plc is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SYME. The last closing price for Supply@me Capital was 0.06p.
Supply@me Capital Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.04p and a 12 week average price of 0.04p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.10p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.04p.
There are currently 23,898,873,200 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 597,062,687 shares. The market capitalisation of Supply@me Capital Plc is £15,056,290.12.
major biscuits: BennyA - ignore JakNife, he’s clearly a troll and/or short seller. The poop he’s being posting here is incredible. And if there was any merit to any of his guff, it wouldn’t be hidden behind a paywall. If supply@me were a scam, it would be in other news media, and they wouldn’t have a major firm like Grant Thornton as their Auditors. Supply@me allow companies to issue equity (loans) based on goods they have in stock to help with their cash flow. It’s a new and unproven model, but if it takes off you could see very healthy returns. Personally, I think the stock us drastically undervalued right now. If you look at their prospect document they have a clear business plan, timeline and strategy. Take a look at Page 45 here: In Q2 2021 they will be integrated with SAP. I’d personally expect big raises in share price then.I’d buy and hold till then, and ignore the rocky patches along the way. Good luck!
arthurdaily1: analyst offering a 12 month price target expects Supply@Me Capital PLC share price to rise to 16.69 in the next year from the last price of 0.072 - +23,080.6%
stark industries: This is an interesting post by a poster named shrewd mole on the LSE site. The name rings a bell on the ADVFN site as a seasoned investor. There is going to a big investigation in this company and its board of directors Dominic White and Alessandro Zamboni and the float price. If there is any fraud or misconduct of their 1.4 billion pounds of security notes then the directors are going straight behind bars The FCA and police are now observing the moves of this company. I really hope that we have not been had here as their has been no positive news since the last report their dished out and where is the long awaited broker note and those mentioned contracts ? It does stink and I really hope for our sakes things are going well behind the scenes. The share prophets latest article does not give me hope but they could be wrong as they are most times but today's share price speaks volumes to me. Good luck to us all Is there an investigation taking place in this company Can any one confirm this ?
jaknife: "Well if they are , they're dumping at a huge loss." What makes you think that? Before SYME was reversed into Abal Group the shareholders had only invested a mere €1.5m into the company. If the current share price fell another 95% then those shareholders could still happily sell and make a profit! JakNife
jaknife: No one is shorting SYME, there's no borrow, it's totally impossible to short. The whole thing was floated at a vastly inflated price right from the start and now the insiders are happy to sell at any price. Remember, a mere €1.5m was invested into SYME by the founders! And yet at the current 0.15p share price retail investors are valuing this at £35m - 26 times what the founders put in. It's already crashed massively but it needs to fall another 95% to get to a sensible share price!
jaknife: ivanivan1, The share price has cratered since the IPO but even at 0.14p the market cap is £33.5m. £33.5m and yet a mere €1.5m was invested into SYME before it was floated ... at a vastly inflated ridiculous price! The prospectus shows that the proforma net assets are a mere £1.6m. If you think that this is a good investment then I'm sorry to say that you are sadly very wrong! JakNife
sunshine today: If an investor is looking to invest in any company, one of the first ports of call is the number of issued shares. This needs to be be multiplied by the current share price to arrive at the market capitalisation. SYME is valued today at £43M.If we knock off the shares that are not available to purchase, that’s the 74% main shareholder and the 3 institutions that have 5% each, we arrive at 11%,or just under £5M pounds worth.Of that £5M worth of shares most are tucked away with various shareholders and will not be traded. I estimate the true pool of tradable shares is about 20% of the 11%. That’s around a million pounds worth.If, as the company is currently forecasting,£250M of inventory goes onto the platform next month, and around £5M of cash is received, investors orders for shares will not be satisfied, at today’s price, in my opinion. A squeeze will occur pushing the shares higher. Most of the information available on the company today, bar any interviews, and RNS News items since, was in the prospectus. Those that bought into the placing were also anticipating the above,and for that reason were prepared to subscribe for shares at over 3 times today’s price. So long as SYME delivers, the future looks exceedingly bright.
franco colli: The issue here is as cheap as this is..... The board have really messed this up as there were investors who bought in prior to the suspension at the 1.10p open offer. Today we are sat at a very depressing share price. What the heck did the board do with all the money they raised after valuing the company over £200 million ? The investors presentation by Alessandro Zamboni was a embarrasing for this new company as the CEO has shot himself in the foot. it was a terrible performance by any CEO representing his own company any potential investor would have been put off by the whole thing. With all money they took from the investors why did the come to this mess ? So many questions to be answered here. My average is 3p and other big hitters bought on around that price heavy. Look at the share price today Pathetic!!!!! This is not how you treat your investors and keep lying to them about the news due. Where is the news and the broker note we have been all promised ? I have a very bitter pill here with the current management as I believe they have taken all investors money and helped themselves by lining their pockets. What a amateur performance Sorry about my rant as I have believed in the company and bought lots at the open offer also and today investors are buying at under one 5th of that share price Utter disgrace
jaknife: sunshine Today, "He might want to ask himself why two completely different sets of investors spent over £42M pounds for 1/4 of this company 8 weeks ago." Why worry about the motivations of the other investors? You should surely worry more about the factors that you can directly influence? By way of example, people used to follow Woodford and make the same stock purchases as he made - with the benefit of hindsight we now know that that was a poor strategy. But in any case, your claim above is not correct. Specifically, the investors did not *pay money* for the shares that they now have. You accused me of not having read the prospectus but at this point I can factually demonstrate that you haven't since page 110 shows that the three shareholders were given their shares as part of the acquisition process. "The market cap today for 100% of SYME today is £45M" SYME is loss-making and has revenues of less than EUR 1m per annum, its pro-forma net tangible assets are a mere £1.6m. These facts point to a valuation that should be closer to £4.5m than £45m. But look, I really don't care, I'm not interested in SYME. It's obviously not a buy, it's impossible to short and it's clearly just a share promotion. In time the share price will collapse because, quite simply, it's so far from the right price. When that happens feel free to email me (Jak dot NifeTMF at gmail dot com or via ADVFN) to let me know. JakNife
jaknife: Because most retail investors are not as clever as you fozzie. Whereas you can multiple the number of shares in issue by the share price and understand that the market cap is hopelessly rediculously high most retail investors just look at the share price and the story and this fall for the rip-off.
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