Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
UP Global LSE:UPGS London Ordinary Share GB00BYX7MG58 ORDS 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.70p -1.90% 36.20p 36.20p 37.00p 37.40p 35.00p 36.80p 172,556 16:35:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 110.0 7.4 7.2 5.0 29.75

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/2/2018
10:40
Lets see in 2 years. My average is c60p which I believe to be a good entry price. In my view, this is a 2/3rd chance of being a big winner and 1/3rd chance of being a loser. Investing with my eyes open. The big losers are those that bought before the original profit warning.
topvest
18/2/2018
21:46
You were the one making an accusation about a financial health warning so no health warning last year from me had someMonumental winners and a few losers. This one I'm down heavily agreed. 100m is bollucks unless your going £1000 per point on the major currencies when it is actually possible to make 100m in a year with major luck aswell
kirk 6
18/2/2018
21:38
"LOL, ever heard of buy low, sell high!?" Yes Topvest I have but have you? You were pumping this before the profit warnings so you are simply trying to claw back some of your losses the way I see it. Kirk yes it went £2.20.It was the target of city rampers. Quindell went high as well because of city rampers didn't mean it was ever worth what it reached. They brought this to the market to make a killing and they did so. BTW I made £100 million on aim shares last year. Don't believe me? I said it, its true!
she-ra
18/2/2018
21:25
You might also say the only difference between this and Carillion is that the new CEO wasn't quite as smart and joined a little too early! The new Carillion CEO didn't actually start and you can bet he is now feeling that he had a very lucky / fortunate escape given the grilling former management are going to get for year's to come!
topvest
18/2/2018
21:19
LOL, ever heard of buy low, sell high!? No doubt you thought this was a great stock when it was £2 and going great guns. My view is that this will take 2 years to get back to being a growth stock, but it should do well after this financial year. As we all know, most share prices take 24m to fully recover after this sort of set-back. I am not expecting it to do too much until back-end of this year. This could be a nice multi-bagger at this level, a view no doubt shared by Ennismore, BUT patience will be required.
topvest
18/2/2018
20:57
Why is that she-ra? Made over 1m last year trading aim stocks and investing in stocks that were extremely oversold. This willTurn out to be a recovery share of 2018.
kirk 6
18/2/2018
20:39
KIrk6/topvest/John09 you should all come with a wealth warning. Also wonder if you are all the same person. You all seem to be living on a different planet than the rest of us.
she-ra
18/2/2018
19:30
Wouldn't be surprised to see this surpass 62p. Don't forget this share was on a trajectory towards £3 before the major crash from £2.20 - £1(ish). This it was sold and sold down to 62p prior to last Monday's news which in my opinion was built into the price and more. Therefore and I have seen this many times before the price willFill the gap of the last sharp drop and consolidate at or around this value before either good or bad news takes it either way.
kirk 6
18/2/2018
19:09
Doubt it will bounce that much, but hopefully back to 50p soon.
topvest
18/2/2018
18:29
Yes agreed a true recovery back to £2 however short term gap fill to 62p likeltgus week
kirk 6
18/2/2018
16:57
Maybe. True recovery will probably take a while. You need to think 12 months, not 12 days. Patience.
topvest
18/2/2018
15:11
More stakebuilding next week and a run back to 60p on the cards
kirk 6
16/2/2018
18:35
Even more for Ennis
john09
16/2/2018
18:33
Yes, BlackRock are one of the poorer fund managers in my book. They are follow the herd index trackers like JPMorgan. You own their funds to follow the particular index and nothing much better. Very clear who the smart institutional investor is here and it’s Ennismore. I’m going to take a closer look at them. Think they have played a master stroke. Unfortunately if management want to take private again then it’s now much easier as just one shareholder to get on board. Hopefully not though.
topvest
16/2/2018
18:27
Wonder when they will stop black rock out and these in absolutely great news
kirk 6
16/2/2018
18:26
Is that more again
kirk 6
16/2/2018
08:35
Buy and hold IMO
senor_sensible
16/2/2018
08:34
Ennismore Fund Management is a pan-European investment management company based in London. The company was set up in July 1998 and specialises in investing in listed small and mid-cap European companies. Our typical investments are in smaller companies that are under-researched and whose future prospects are being mispriced by the market. We prefer companies that are in a strong competitive position and are capable of generating high, sustainable returns over a business cycle. Our two funds, the Ennismore European Smaller Companies Fund and Ennismore European Smaller Companies Hedge Fund, were launched in January 1999. We believe that limiting funds under management has been key to our strong long-term returns - from inception to date the annualised return for the Ennismore European Smaller Companies Fund is approximately 15%. Both funds are currently hard closed to new investment and we have a waiting list of clients that want to invest as and when capacity becomes available through redemptions.
senor_sensible
16/2/2018
08:02
Yes, that's a big holding indeed given the % owned by directors.
topvest
16/2/2018
07:51
They have increased. You're % holding does not increase if a share price falls.
greenknight1
16/2/2018
07:47
Ennismore up from 6.47% to 7.38% if I read it correctly, which means either they've increased, or, more likely, held on while others have sold?
runthejoules
15/2/2018
09:42
:-( Living in hope until cash needed. f
fillipe
15/2/2018
09:36
Realistically though my friend I can’t see any half decent news coming out this half of the year
john09
15/2/2018
09:09
It only requires a smidgeon of even half-decent news to see this one much higher. Bid/Ask totals remain +tive.... 83k v 34k. Lowest ask was showing 40p - just now eased to 39.60p with 39.40 being paid. Tight spread being shown; 39p v 39.60p although even that dealable within. Very strong RSI! f
fillipe
14/2/2018
20:58
Just to be clear on my earlier post. Mkt. Cap is £30m. Think it should be worth £50m after this week's warning. Medium term I think its a multi-bagger. Obviously the valuation is only going to massively improve when trading improves and that's probably 3-6 months off from now. I'm happy to be patient.
topvest
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