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Bigblu Broadb. Share Chat (BBB)



Share Price: 107.50Bid: 105.00Ask: 110.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Bigblu Broadb.
Spread: 5.00Spread as %: 4.76%Open: 103.50High: 0.00Low: 0.00Yesterday’s Close: 107.50


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jsmith23
Posts: 803
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:103.50
RE: AGM
Wed 21:57
Why the big drop recently???
 
jsmith23
Posts: 803
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:117.50
RE: AGM
7 Jun '19
Trading results lat year beg. of July, same again this year?

sp starting to fall down..............................
jsmith23
Posts: 803
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:126.50
RE: AGM
22 May '19
Full year trading period finishes end of May

Trading results to be published June/July?
AIMforprofit
Posts: 295
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:126.50
AGM
22 May '19
Anyone going today? Do we expect anything new to be announced?
Sastech
Posts: 33
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:126.50
Big buys
15 May '19
All the big trades seem to be buys.

AGM scheduled for next Wednesday and sometimes get a statement to the market via RNS beforehand.
jsmith23
Posts: 803
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:128.00
£155K Trade
14 May '19
Wow where did that £155K trade @ 1.34 come from!!!
LOGGYBOG
Posts: 445
Opinion:Buy
Price:130.00
RE: Buy @ 132
1 May '19
Dipped my toe in, @132.8 :-o)
cottoner
Posts: 805
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:130.00
Buy @ 132
30 Apr '19
Another go @ breaking 130.

Buy in @ 132.
Lewie2
Posts: 747
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:128.00
RNS
30 Apr '19
Equity
appleby
Posts: 1,145
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:128.00
nice rise
26 Apr '19
Been here since 4p , nice to see it rising again .GLA
jsmith23
Posts: 803
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:126.50
RE: Blue skies ahead
18 Apr '19
Positive article, it states share price at 122p when actually 126.5p
cottoner
Posts: 805
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:126.50
Blue skies ahead
18 Apr '19
jsmith23
Posts: 803
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:130.00
RE: price
15 Apr '19
Could be share price was 128.50p then 127.50p now 130.00p

The trading period ends Dec 2018 - May 2019, Does any know when next trading update will be published, June or July?
appleby
Posts: 1,145
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:130.00
price
15 Apr '19
I sense a large order is being filled here at 130p, fund buying or possible corporate action anyone.
jsmith23
Posts: 803
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:122.50
Edison Research
12 Apr '19
Trading at a significant 30% DISCOUNT to its peer-group Telco sector, an excellent and concise research piece by Edison dated a week ago:-

https://www.edisongroup.com/publication/exponential-increases-in-speeds-widen-market/23849/
jsmith23
Posts: 803
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:122.50
Tick up!
12 Apr '19
Nice tick up £1.20+
jsmith23
Posts: 803
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:118.50
RE: CEO interview
11 Apr '19
Positive interview. Good future prospects and growth.
jsmith23
Posts: 803
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:118.50
RE: CEO interview
11 Apr '19
Interview with CEO Published today hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5QmQwCZV9Ps
AIMforprofit
Posts: 295
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:118.50
RE: CEO interview
11 Apr '19
video unavailable
cottoner
Posts: 805
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:118.50
CEO interview
10 Apr '19
AIMforprofit
Posts: 295
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:118.50
RE: In The Times today
10 Apr '19
So the question is (and I think I know the answer), will these guys lease out their technology/satellites to providers like BBB or will they set up their own platforms for the customer side.
My guess is the latter which is somewhat worrying given the budget of these guys. I suspect they could amass 1m users purely by being super price competitive, making a loss and not even caring.
AIMforprofit
Posts: 295
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:118.50
RE: In The Times today
10 Apr '19
tweets, which have included branding a British diver a “pedo” (paedophile) for criticising Mr Musk’s abortive involvement in a cave rescue operation in Thailand. He later apologised. He was also fined $40 million for sharing false and misleading information after tweeting about taking Tesla private at $420 in an apparent joke about marijuana.

Mr Bezos has not yet responded to his rival’s insult.

Billionaires duke it out online

• In 2015, Jeff Bezos made his first-ever Tweet about the successful test flight of a space-tourism aircraft from his Blue Origin company. Mr Musk responded by posting links from sources such as Wikipedia to say that the suborbital flight did not count as “spaceflight”. He also objected to Mr Bezos’s description of the achievement as “rare”, pointing out that his own company had achieved many such flights.

• After a subsequent successful test flight by Mr Musk’s Space X, Mr Bezos tweeted his congratulations with a pointed “Welcome to the club!”

• Last year, before another SpaceX flight, Mr Bezos tweeted: “Best of luck @SpaceX with the Falcon Heavy launch tomorrow. Hoping for a beautiful, nominal [successful] flight! @BlueOrigin #GradatimFerociter.” Mr Musk responded with “Thanks” and the “blowing a kiss” emoji. Although this could be interpreted positively, critics said that Mr Bezos was “trolling” his rival by trumpeting his own firm’s Latin motto (“step by step, ferociously”) while Mr Musk’s emoji was an effective middle finger in response.
AIMforprofit
Posts: 295
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:118.50
In The Times today
10 Apr '19
Elon Musk brands Jeff Bezos a copycat over Amazon’s broadband satellite launch

It is the latest outburst in the row between two middle-aged billionaires who dream of big rockets and space domination and give vent to their rivalry through “trash talk” on social media.

Elon Musk has branded Jeff Bezos a “copycat” on Twitter, suggesting that the Amazon founder lifted his idea for a network of broadband-beaming satellites. The 47-year-old has previously made similar allegations but never in such playground terms, tweeting “@Jeffbezos copy” followed by the cat emoji.

Mr Musk, a connoisseur of emojis and memes whose Twitter trolling has previously led to share price surges and a multimillion-dollar fine, is the co-founder of SpaceX, which has been working on its Starlink satellite project.

Existing satellite broadband can reach the remotest areas, where cable connections are not possible. It relies on a small number of satellites in orbit about 22,000 miles over Earth. These serve a huge ground area but the distance involved results in a long time lag and poor connection. The services are also expensive.

Technology bosses intend to provide affordable and fast broadband connections by deploying fleets of smaller satellites much closer to Earth. Mr Musk’s scheme aims to involve 4,425 satellites orbiting at an altitude of 750 miles. A second layer of 7,518 satellites would orbit at 210 miles. Information would be transferred between the satellites and the ground using radio waves, and from satellite to satellite using lasers.

SpaceX has previously tested two satellites that Mr Musk said provided a “pretty good” signal that was suitable for gaming. The company has announced a launch target of next month for the first operational satellites.

Mr Musk’s “copycat” comment was made in response to an article in MIT Technology Review about Amazon’s scheme, dubbed Project Kuiper. This will send satellites into orbit at three altitudes. There will be 784 satellites at 367 miles, 1,296 satellites at 379 miles and 1,156 satellites at 391 miles. Combined, the satellites will provide internet access to more than 95 per cent of the global population, according to Amazon.

Amazon isn’t the only other company working on this technology. An estimated three to four billion people still don’t have internet access, especially in Asia and Africa, and businesses see this as an enormous longterm opportunity. Other companies that are working on satellite broadband plans include Facebook and Google.

Mr Musk’s baiting of Mr Bezos, 55, follows previous public altercations between the billionaires, in which both have baited the other in tit-for-tat “mine’s bigger than yours” fashion.

Significantly, Amazon’s Project Kuiper team includes engineers who previously worked for Mr Musk’s Starlink program, including the former chief engineer and one of the principal designers of Starlink’s prototype satellites.

Mr Musk is known for other controversial twee
AIMforprofit
Posts: 295
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:120.00
Volume
1 Apr '19
Lots of volume and 3 similar sized large trades today. Looks like one of the institutions is topping up. I wonder what the trigger was
cottoner
Posts: 805
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:116.00
BBB - Speculative Buy
26 Mar '19
Stockwatch: Put this AIM share on your radar

This is a fast-growing technology business, and some believe the share price could double.

Is £60 million AIM-listed "alternative supplier of superfast broadband" Bigblu Broadband (LSE:BBB) achieving genuine critical mass, which could potentially be appealing to a larger telecoms group? And is it also at a genuine inflection point into earnings growth, like its broker Numis proclaims?

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https://www.ii.co.uk/analysis-commentary/stockwatch-put-aim-share-your-radar-ii507966




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