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O dear Gridz - is that the best you’ve got? lol - think you’re running out of ideas mate..! Nice to see a mini-bounce to the 3p mark. Guess those with faith in BIDS are all holding firm - no reason not to given the significant upside vs downside here.
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Pokerchips, yes projections is a fancy word for best guesses. Bids don`t know if certain brands or agencies are going to ramp up campaigns after the IAB guidelines....for example. Or another surprise like the in-menu format crops up which they didn`t anticipate in the previous years forward looking statement in the results.
There is clearly a lot to do to conquer the US potential which is never easy and never cheap and always takes longer than expected ..the metaverse has huge potential but is still in its infancy development stage
Revenue is always H2 weighted and I think it is safe to assume that any such raise would come in the Autumn...the raise price often depends on how much they would seek to raise.....the more money you generally want, the lower the share price offered per share.....generally
Lets see how the market reacts when the IAB announce the measurement standards in just a few weeks. Getting very exciting in the in-game ads sector as brands and publishers will be keen to ramp up involvement once the official guidelines are in place.
There`s much more going on than any $30m two year deal for Bidstack and Azerion...much more!
So what happened in the job interview...have you got a bee in your bonnet about being rejected?
Also rising are costs m8 or did you not notice those?
Absolutely zero change in the bottom line here year on year despite the increased revenues. God only knows what the market will do if and when these fail to hit this years revenue targets and lets face it the company have form for doing that dont they. Fact.
I dont know what price the placing will be u r correct but it is also a fact that these need funding as stated in the annual report so not scaremongering on my part.
U just dont like it cos ur underwater and can see this going down which i get but thats no reason to ramp newbies in at any price. Potential yes is big but before it possible realises that potential it needs more cash. Why should newbies buy in at this price when the company have said they need money and chances of dilution are almost guaranteed?
Far smarter to wait on sidelines then buy after the fundraise. Let's say it's done at 2p yall might think that's only roughly 25% down from today's price but to get back to todays price from 2p would require a gain of approximately 40% so you see it makes sense to be patient and not buy in on the ramps and hype
Pre placing, post placing doesn`t really matter with a company on the verge of rerating significantly. All your placing scaremongering is false, as I`ve explained with facts. If and when there is a placing, with a company on the verge of more exponential income, there is no telling at this point what price it would be raised at. Thats a fact....you don`t know if or when a placing might or might not happen...or at what price. Income is on a rising trajectory...as is the margin...those are facts!
Bottomz i stand by my comment that 99% of stocks fall below there placing price. Not saying permanently but they do inevitably fall below which is why it pays to have patience and certainly not to buy in pre placing based on all the fluffy news and PR the company put out to try and boost the price.
Your agenda is clear ramp people in here at any price in an attempt to boost price so ur less underwater. I am just stating facts based on my experience.
Those are the signs a placing is imminent so look out for them is all i is saying. And when the details of the placing is announced dont be in a rush ta buy as 99% of the time the price ends up below the placing price even if it is just for a short while.
Helx2 thats how dumb he is, I put him in the green bin and he still replies to me ha ha ha ha! I suppose his paymasters have told him he has to reply or he won`t get his £2 bonus! Its heaven ignoring him after serving my time reading virtually the same post (slightly adjusted) for the last 3 years or so....minus about one year that he`s been filtered. Bliss.
Pretty sure Bottomz can’t read your drivel helx 1 he’s turned off the ‘view moronic / only negative posts button’ - I’d do the same but alas someone needs to give you a kick every time you maintain your paid agenda.
99% of the time the stock actually ends up BELOW the placing price.
Hmmm, doesn`t seem to follow with Bidstack... After the first fundraise of £5m at 12.5p, the share price went up 250% within a month. After the second fundraise of £5m at 5p, the sp went up 55% to c8p within 6 weeks, then on to +175% to 14p 4 months later. After the third fundraise of almost £11m at 2p the sp consolidated while the flippers played out, then rose 200% to 6p as the end of the year approached.
Allbran just making up blatant lies...again. The worst deramper on LSE!
Its no scare tactic Kat its just reality of what happens in every stock before a placing. Yall do what you want all I'll say is I've been right so far. Look at that 20% rise the other day all the rampers we're getting all giddy an saying stuff like trains left the station & I took 1 look af the chart/daily volume & said it was a P&D. Proved right YET AGAIN as look were we are now.
If you pay attention you will see patterns repeat now I've said what to look out for. The board have said they need funds so if they suddenly go on the PR offensive & the price starts to rise cos excited retail is lapping it up then the placing is right around the corner. Just watch. Happens all the time
that sounds like a scare tactic to encourage selling into a rise. that's no bad thing if whatever you're selling is blue but i wouldn't worry too much about a placing.
for one, it guarantees the future and gets that threat out of the way, for two, it puts the support in the price.
but that assumes that the next price rise isn't just a price rise and, depending on how high it goes, a higher support for a higher climb for a placing at a premium to today's price.
of course, it could transpire as you say but, as you've been bashing for the share at every opportunity, i'd say the sp is going to do what you'd rather it wasn't and going to rise, regardless of placing fears.
Yes helx seen it all b4 too many times, those are the signs a placing is imminent so look out for them. Unusual comms from the board etc... its there attempt to stoke the price before annoucing the placing. On the rise rampers will be like OMG this is lift off and saying things like 'the bottoms in' & the train is leaving the station then WHAM! Placing details drop and everyone suddenly realises Draper has done it again and you realise there is a new dip to buy. Rinse & repeat.
I'm not familiar with that process Mr baran. .but I'll take your word for it. Personally, i can't see these going up in price, not even if it was the first time that Draper had passed around the begging bowl. I wonder if there'll be enough takers to raise any substantial amount at all, remember, like us, they'll have heard it all before too. Same ole story I'm afraid.
Usually in run up to a fundraise there is an increase in price as insiders go on a PR promotional spree, sucking in retail with tit bits of news, punchy tweets & presentations etc.. before dropping the placing bomb.