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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Vela Technologies Plc VELA London Ordinary Share GB00BYZ9XC29 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 0.0875 08:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
0.0875 0.0875 0.0875 0.0875
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rebelwithacause1: Do remember that we have an interest in two Big Pharma assets although I have no idea what the other is! ...I'm surprised investors are continuing to buy into the price action presently, just be very careful as it is a little too high and it could be luring investors into a false spike.... I would much prefer to see the share price settle, set a new range and consolidate to sustain the rise otherwise falls will be inevitable...
bapodra_investments: Mode's share price seems to be moving upwards albeit slowly but there seems to be interest there. We know Mode are going to announce some news in the coming months so investors/traders may be positioning themselves prior to any positive news flow. Mode have been investing in BTC so they seem to be in the right place at the right time. Crypto/Blockchain is going to change the banking landscape in the coming years and Mode may have a lot of developments in the pipeline which it may announce to get investors really excited.
rebelwithacause1: Instead of pouting rubbish to other investors on other boards about Vela Bapodra considering your an investor supposedly, why dont you try and understand that the strategic direction of the company within 'Disruptuve Tech' has not changed but you cannot have a portfolio full of such interests that are still in their infancy, it will destroy shareholder value... ...I'm actually amazed at your level of incompetence for such a distinguished investor, supposedly! ...One things for sure 'You ain't got a bloody clue' with your sidekick SMCL unless that's your multi-alias hey buddy because even their comments seem to have much to be desired just like yours!
bapodra_investments: Steady - Yes I acknowledge that trial results if they were positive could drive up the share price in a single day. In reality, AIM shares will react prior to the news being released and then potentially on the day and then you find the share price going back down again as profits are taken and new investors end up investing at the higher price. I am not saying that will happen but it can. Steady - I also acknowledge that the share price can come right back down in a day too. I have been investing in AIM shares for the past 20 years so I have seen this time and time again and am basing this on my experience rather than my thoughts. For me, I would like to see a concerted effort on any share price rise over time rather than rely on one day. If you are an investor and invested before SGS, then surely you do not just want to rely on one or two days? You want a gradual share price rise. Don't forget there are billions of shares for Vela.
rebelwithacause1: So my reasoning is weak and based on a lack of knowledge with little substance when I've just demonstrated to you what 'Potential' the holdings (that you have little knowledge about) could present. Why don't you actually do a little research to assume how big the 'Markets' in those areas could be without your spiel, hey buddy... I've already explained numerous times that ex-director Laiker made some very imprudent investment decisions in the past which led to the capital destruction of investors...But following reorganisation and some shrewd and insightful decision-making by JN, the company is now on a more balanced footing...And for your information, no I wasn't invested at that time but i can understand why investors maybe resentful. To conclude, I couldn't care less about your credentials but just for your information, I wasn't the one that wanted to know...
bapodra_investments: Buddy - I kindly disagree with you and I think we will leave it at that. It is fine not to agree but please try and remain professional rather than make assumptions/accusations. That just makes this board a bickering argument board. I am not saying you are right or wrong. I simply do not know and still your reasoning is weak in my view and simply based on lack of substance. I am happy to accept that I may be wrong but your personality on here suggests you feel you cannot be wrong. However, you must have been as you were an investor like me in the years when Vela's share price went down over 90%. That destroyed the value of many investors. It was pure capital destruction. Even if Vela doubled in price from current levels those investors who bought at near the top would see very little gain from current levels. With your mathematics background do the maths. If investors were down over 90%, then how much at current price levels would the share price need to go up just for them to even break even? Exactly. That is pure evidence of capital destruction. SGS/North Peak and CBD may all succeed. I am not saying they will not. These investments were made after I had invested so I had very little choice but to either accept or sell out of Vela. In terms of outlook, I admit, I am not 100% sure or convinced on those investments as I just do not have enough information/detail. I am more happier with Mode and Cornerstone. I added to my investment in Vela recently at such low prices as it was a choice of either investing in Mode directly or bringing my average down in Vela and still getting exposure to Mode and I chose the latter. A break even point is a lot more closer to me now than I was before my recent adding of shares. Had I not bought recently then there was a minuscule chance based on odds/probability that I would ever see the majority of my capital again. All the best buddy. For the aim of keeping this board professional please don't make assumptions. You too do not know my background and I have been investing long enough my dear friend so please do show some kindness/respect. Let us both disagree and leave it at that. No doubt you will feel obliged to respond so that you have the final word/say but let me ask you if you have the willpower and mental resilience to refrain? Try because the simple fact is that even if I am wrong and you are right we are still not going to agree so why waste any further time. Be Kind - Show Compassion - Keep it Professional
bapodra_investments: Rebel - Exactly - your last sentence is what I agree on. Investors need to look at Vela from a risk/reward perspective. Some will not have the stomach for it and others like us will. We may have a higher risk tolerance than other investors. Just because we both have invested in Vela does not mean it is going to succeed. I accept that I could be wrong and Vela may not provide me with a profit but it is a risk I am prepared to take based on the potential reward available. Your second paragraph - I am talking about investing in Vela from a share price perspective. I am not saying Vela Technologies itself is a high risk. I am suggesting that investing in the company is high risk based on share price performance. Those investors who invested a few years ago have seen their capital diminished and it is this probability or more likelihood of making a loss which is what makes investing in Vela high risk, not the company itself is high risk. Anyway - It is good that we are both on the same side as investors who have invested in Vela and are shareholders in this company. We want this company to succeed which goes without saying. I agree with you that we need to give JN at least 12 months to see what he can demonstrate. I actually think 2021 should be a positive year for Vela if it can make some new investments and its existing investments do well such as Mode.
bapodra_investments: Rebel - I agree Laiker made some very ill advised investment decisions but Argo Blockchain was not one of them. Also Laiker by himself would not have made those decisions. They would have been approved and signed off by the BoD. But I agree with you in principle on this. I disagree with you. Vela is a company listed on the AIM market. It generates no revenue and though it is a vehicle for investing in private growth businesses until recent change in strategy of targeting some listed companies, by its very nature it is operating in high risk plays. A high risk investment is where there is a high chance of a loss. If you speak to many investors who like me invested many years ago they will all be sitting on losses. I will politely disagree with you that Vela is not high risk. Yes it is and we will have to accept our view is different. There is nothing wrong with having different views. Bucdy, I am not asking you to conduct my due diligence. I am more than capable of doing so. However, if you are going to keep going on about JN is this wonderful person who we should all trust then you should provide supporting evidence otherwise why keep on mentioning it post after post? Why not let all of us find out for ourselves how great JN is or not. You don't need to tell us how great he is if you feel it is not your job to provide supporting evidence. Buddy, I do not know your background in investing/trading so I do not want to make assumptions but it is 'forward discounting mechanism'. A general timeframe is around six months. I will let you conduct your own research in this area. I will give you a clue the stock market is a discounting mechanism and the reason for the 'forward' in front is that it is always looking into the future and the prices are always adjusting to any anticipation of future events. Now the market generally discounts like I said around six months in advance. This is why sometimes there is some news released today but the share price does not react like we think it should because it is looking at the companies position six months into the future. The above is 'bread and butter' which I would expect any serious investors to understand as otherwise they should not be investing. Rebel - We are on the same side as investors/shareholders in Vela. I am sure like you said with some patience Vela's share price will transform a lot higher but if it does not then that is fine as it is part of investing in high risk companies.
rebelwithacause1: I can completely sympathise buddy but ex-director Laiker made some very ill-advised investment decisions in the past which JN is best accommodating, to establish the company on a more consistent path. His experience and expertise is ideally placed to maximise shareholder value...but it just requires a little patience from investors... Vela is not 'High Risk', it is a well diversified portfolio of holdings to best accommodate such risk once traction begins whereas Blockchaink2 was incredibly high risk...In addition, reducing our interest within the Crypto sphere just demonstrates the boards take on a balanced Risk/Reward ratio... I think if you're a serious investor, you should be well capable of achieving your own due-dilligence, it is not my responsibility to provide supporting evidence buddy...and i believe It is a forward-pricing mechanism not forward-discounting Bapodra... I understand past dilution has not helped but that threat has been mitigated now with recent executive decisions so considering everything, it is not wise to be selling at such ridiculously 'Undervalued' valuations folks...
bapodra_investments: Rebel - To look at it from a different perspective - why are the masses running? I am sure many investors have been brave for a long time but that has not repaid them. Don't get me wrong, I have recently added at 0.08 and wished I could have shown more patience and invested today as I would have got more shares for my investment. I think Vela is undervalued and some more investments could turn the fortunes of Vela and for this we must give JN time. I agree with your sentiment but your reasoning at times I feel is weak. You may want to support your sentiment with some supporting evidence to really convince anyone on this BB. You do not need to convince me as I been an investor in Vela for a few years now and just reduced my average by investing more. I am comfortable being patient in Vela but that does mean I am right or that Vela will succeed or in fact reward shareholders. This is by no means a given. Vela is a very high risk investment and investors could lose all of their money so they should only invest what they are prepared to lose or do not require day to day. Companies have to earn the patience of investors. Markets are ruthless. They are also a forward discounting mechanism and therefore Vela's price today is based on what the market thinks Vela's earnings/growth will be six months into the future. The enormous dilution has not helped its share price either.
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