If Umuthi thought Richard Jennings was kidding....here is the First Gazette! Tough luck fascist bastard lawyers Memery Crystal
Ridgecrest – now it is forced to make a statement but still the morons don’t get it. An RTO explained for morons including Zak Mir.
From the FCA's spreadsheet of short positions required to be disclosed to it, the following shows the shorted AIM shares with positions from 2019 and thus far in 2020 (by net short position %, those in bold not on the list at the start of 2020) – and if this position has increased (red), reduced (green) or remained unchanged (black) since last week...
Previously writing on remote meetings technology group LoopUp (LOOP), in July with the shares at 177.5p I questioned how sustainable the net cash generation? The shares went on towards 250p, but last closed at 155p and are currently well below 100p on the back of a “Trading Update”...
“Premium remote meetings” technology group LoopUp (LOOP) has updated emphasising ‘pleasing’ performance, with “the large-scale migration towards working from home associated with Covid-19”...
LoopUp Group (LOOP) has updated including that it “has continued to trade materially above pre Covid-19 levels… expect to exceed revised market expectations in terms of revenue, EBITDA and cash generation for the current financial year”. Sounds good...
Communications technology group LoopUp (LOOP) has updated including commencing “driven by the large-scale migration towards working from home since mid-March associated with the Covid-19 outbreak… year-to-date group revenue from January through April 2020 is at least 40% higher than the same period last year” – and the shares have currently responded further higher, above 125p...
Previously writing on remote meetings technology group LoopUp (LOOP), in December it was trading & share price having slumped… guess what “Measures relating to 2018 and 2019 options grants” are? That was after a prior 67.5p share price close – the shares had recovered somewhat to last close at 82.5p but are currently below 60p on the back of a “Trading Update”…
Previously writing on LoopUp Group (LOOP), in July I noted a share price drop to circa 130p, but still with the current operating challenges and valuation, I retain prior bearishness. Still a sell. Having closed yesterday at 67.5p, today “Measures relating to 2018 and 2019 options grants”…
Remote meetings technology group LoopUp (LOOP) has updated on trading commencing; “The group continues to see strong demand for the LoopUp product. In addition to a £2.34 million contract renewal with leading global law firm, Clifford Chance, new landmark accounts wins during H1 2019 include a major European investment management association, a leading television broadcaster in Australasia, the world's largest private dispute resolution provider, and numerous major international law firms… However,”… Uh oh…
Remote meetings technology group LoopUp (LOOP) has announced results for the 2017 calendar year, emphasising “we are very pleased to report continued strong business performance ahead of market expectations at all key P&L levels. Our track record of consistent revenue growth in excess of 30% has been maintained, gross margins have improved further and LoopUp EBITDA has grown by 161%”. EBITDA is though, of course, bullshit earnings so what’s the real story…
Remote meetings software group LoopUp (LOOP) has updated including “continued strong business performance ahead of market expectations” and “we remain confident in our ability to deliver future growth”. The shares have currently responded more than 4% lower, to 375p. Hmmm…
Listed in August 2016 on the AIM Casino, LoopUp Group ( LOOP), says that it is a premium remote meetings company. News today is uninspiring and its valuation is crackers.
A 2016 results announcement from remote meetings technology group LoopUp (LOOP) includes “we're very pleased to report strong business performance and a positive outlook in our first set of annual results as a public company”. So why are the shares currently more than 3% lower, at 156.5p, in response?...
I looked at remote meetings technology group LoopUp (LOOP) just after the company’s August IPO – concluding, with the shares at 112.5p, that the valuation in conjunction with usual IPO and growth risks saw me avoid, but that I’d monitor with interest. The shares closed yesterday at exactly the same price as then – but are currently approaching 13% higher today, at 127p, on the back of a trading update announcement…
“LoopUp Group plc (LOOP), a global software-as-a-service provider of remote meetings, is pleased to announce… admission of its ordinary shares to trading on the AIM market… The reception from investors… reinforces our belief that our differentiated product, business model and plans for the future provide the foundation needed to deliver on our potential as a public company”. With the shares currently at 112.5p, up from a 100p admission price, let’s take a look…
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