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Beowulf Share Chat (BEM)



Share Price: 7.625Bid: 7.25Ask: 8.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Beowulf
Spread: 0.75Spread as %: 10.34%Open: 7.625High: 7.625Low: 7.375Yesterday’s Close: 7.625


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granite
Posts: 855
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:7.625
RE: ed44
Today 21:00
All credit to ed44 in that he has finally got you on ignore, because your general past time seems to try and goad him. I did give you some respect for your sometimes worthwhile counter balanced arguments but after yesterday's 'oh dear' comment at open I just envisaged some sad lonely old man who takes glee in someone's else's mos fortune. I don't buy your social science *******s, you're not invested, you just spread negativity and I wish you'd bugger off to xtr and spread your boring repetitive misery there in between day time television. Atb
 
lbjj
Posts: 4,508
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:7.625
ed44
Today 16:51
Considering your assertion that the Aktie is remarkably predictable in it£s behaviour, you seem unable to accurately predict it£s behaviour.
FF23
Posts: 200
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:7.625
RE: FF23/googlebot
Today 16:38
Ed - I don't know enough about the Aktie to say what drives it, but its movements are very interesting and generally speaking it gives up a little ground after it opens and by the end of the day will close up from it's lowest point and a bit down from it's highest point. That might sound obvious, but it's actually very rare that it closes with a positive indication of where it's headed. For example, if it opens at 0.86 it'll usually drop to about 0.84, climb back up to 0.885 and close at 0.87. Or in the other direction - the numbers are just to indicate the scale of magnitude. What I do believe is different about it from AIM is the greater visibility of the order book which gives the Swedish equivalent of MMs more information about what they need to do in order to generate revenue from the margin on trades. None of which has been relevant since Monday afternoon when Bevan sold his shares. The volumes on Aktie have subsided somewhat now, albeit not yet back to pre-Bevan levels. I'd expect the price to settle further over the next few days and volumes to subside further before the price creeps up a bit to reflect the overdone sp drop in proportion to the dilution. It didn't fall all that much in the UK anyway so it might edge a bit closer back to 8p. And then, as the end of Nov draws clear the impact of rumour and sentiment will begin to make itself felt in whichever direction momentum wants to take it ahead of the CAB pronouncement. For the sheer fun of it, my guess is that it'll be up close to 9p by end of Nov.
Gambier
Posts: 666
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:7.625
RE: FF23/googlebot
Today 15:53
You know nothing, but you do know it is a grand conspiracy against private investors, how does that work?
granite
Posts: 855
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:7.625
RE: FF23/googlebot
Today 12:50
Well naturally I'm disappointed to have bought a bunch last week and find myself on the wrong side so quickly but I agree this should move North soon. I'd have bought more today if I had any in my trading account, will top up next week , if it maintains this level.
ed44
Posts: 6,390
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:7.625
FF23/googlebot
Today 12:20
Thanks for solving my little quandary.

FF23, your last line is absolutely correct. You, like me and everyone else on this board know nothing. We only see what the MMs want us to see and we can only offer our opinions. I just hope that our positive opinions turn out to be right at some time in the near future.

I've just been having my daily study of the Aktie as that tells me a lot about what's happening than our market does.

They are operating as they always do, very predictably. Their punters use the sell order book as a stop loss system and what the company does, and I think are in the process of doing now is to move the SP up one step at a time and vacuum up all of those shares. They have nearly emptied the sell book @ 0.805 and if they follow their usual pattern they will move the SP put one step at a time to 0.83 to snaffle up 268k of shares.

Then what they usually do is wind up the SP a bit more and flog all of the shares for a nice little profit. I wish I was one of the 30 people who own the AktieTorget company, I'd be typing this from my holiday mansion in some faraway sunny spot, not freezing my important bits off in Middlesbrough.

I've now got to force myself to go outside as I have to clear away all of the mess in my garden after the mini hurricane. It's currently knee deep in broken branches, leaves, apples and the felt off the roof of our summer house.

Have a nice day.
googlebot
Posts: 1,376
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:7.625
RE: googlebot
Today 11:47
Hi Ed, yes my buy was at 7.44. The clincher was the narrow spread at the time. They’ve now opened it but I don’t know what the real bid-offer currently is. Nearly bought at 7.7 yesterday so an improvement on that at least. I can’t imagine we’ll be at this level in a month’s time but nothing ought to surprise me any more!
FF23
Posts: 200
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:7.625
RE: googlebot
Today 11:36
Ed - all the buys were also sells and all the sells were buys too, it's just the MMs changing the bid/ask over the course of the morning that influences the colour they are printed in ;) As you rightly observe, the spread has now gone out from 3.33% to 10.34% so the MMs aren't interested in anyone trading in the way they were earlier this week. I think the market will settle a bit now, until there's some news. I'd expect the Aktie to recover a little as the 10% drop in sp is an overreaction to the 3% dilution there that results from Bevan's option shares. But what do I know!
ed44
Posts: 6,390
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:7.625
googlebot
Today 11:23
Best of luck with your buy.

I think that you picked the right time to buy. Only 30 more trading days to the deadline so I can't see it being much longer before the Aktie mob let the Wulf of the leash. Their history with this share shows a penchant for slowly walking the SP down when we are awaiting news. Then when they feel it's time they wind it up quickly and our SP follows theirs up. However, this time we could do without the flash-crash after the rise but before the RNS is posted. ;o)

You might be able to solve a little quandary for me. Was your buy @ 7.44p. I can't understand what happened at the opening. The listing shows two sells @ 7.5p quickly followed by three buys @ 7.44. It all looks the wrong way round to me.

All of that alongside a quoted price of 7.25 - 8.00 and a spread back up above 10% (again) makes it all a trifle confusing.

atb
googlebot
Posts: 1,376
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:7.375
Feeling brave
Today 09:11
I hovered over the buy button yesterday but held off. Taken the plunge now, hopefully timed right!




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