Bidstack (#BIDS) – H1 increased pre-tax loss of £3.7m, cash £3.7m
- 2022-08-08 07:51:45
Broker Cenkos released a note on Bidstack (BIDS) on Tuesday which is terribly bullish and enthusiastic and appears to have encouraged the morons. But the research is either dishonest or incompetent. I suggest the former.
Sales are vanity, profits come down to opinion. Cash, however, is a matter of fact. In that vein, one wonders if, after today’s dismal trading statement, Bidstack's (BIDS) moronic shareholders can do basic maths. If they can, they will sell their shares first thing.
Who claims that Bidstack (BIDS) will do a placing? Not that failed fund manager who works in a pizza store, when he isn't fleeing justice in Greece? On this occasion, it is not just me, but the company itself.
Today, Bidstack (BIDS) has surprising news of a new investor. Well: shit attracts flies. Why would anyone buy shares when the company’s FY results, out just a few weeks ago, explicitly warned of a looming cash crisis? Step forward, Timmy Horlick; let me explain.
The media company beloved by cross-dressing IT consultants, Bidstack (BIDS), has published its predictably dismal results for calendar 2021, as well as a massively upbeat commentary from CEO, Lyin’ James Draper. That has seen the shares marked up by 10%, to 3.65p, with a market cap of £35 million. As ever, folks do not read the small print of the notes. Read the fecking notes, morons!