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What's happening to Blue Prism?
laang lee
Posted: 11 March 2018 16:21:31(UTC)
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I remember a rollercoaster ride at a fun park. It wasn't the dips and rises that scared me, that was the fun part. What scared me was going along the flat, high up, and crashing into a sharp corner, with all the rattling, some bolts come loose, and we fly off the edge. (A metaphor - but I really was in the air, on a rattling rollercoaster, not so long ago.)
I thought to take a look here and see what lynne shaffer was saying now in mid March. Had she held her nerve, did people who write here think this was a share worth holding?
I see J Thomas bought @ £10 .30 and sold @ £13.80. "A bird in the hand". and on to the next opportunity.
And why not, - sell, & then buy again. Or just sell, and keep the profit.
Thanks to S-M for the info that institutions were buying.
Again - who wants to wade through company reports - some do - some reports fool the auditors- even.
Thanks to K.L. for generally sensible, sober contributions - over so many posts. A genuine enthusiast, and someone who wants to give advice.
I have seen written on Citywire, that advice here has been as good as professional paid for help.
I have paid for help - I'll just say that there are a lot of good professional advisers - but finding good advice is a lottery.
Anyone who enjoys criptic crosswords will enjoy Hanks contributions.
(Please - Mr. Missery-guts - don't tell us how You Do criptic crosswords, and how 'Anyone' is not 'Everyone'. - - DOH !. Lets just enjoy investing.)
(For the sensitive - Mr Missery -guts is no person in particular.) -Eng-Lit graduates please reply in triplicate.
As for me - "Why didn't I buy more when I had the chance.??"
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Hank Elvis Dobbs (texan)
Posted: 11 March 2018 18:28:07(UTC)
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Tony Peterson;58533 wrote:
I would suggest some of you look up the LSE's company information about Blue Prism

It supports the Yank.



No Tony it's all lies

Even the answerphone message is in 'pie eater'

Selwood again turning the knife ..? if only eh Al...yet again
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Hank Elvis Dobbs (texan)
Posted: 11 March 2018 18:51:19(UTC)
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laang lee;58536 wrote:
I remember a rollercoaster ride at a fun park. It wasn't the dips and rises that scared me, that was the fun part. What scared me was going along the flat, high up, and crashing into a sharp corner, with all the rattling, some bolts come loose, and we fly off the edge. (A metaphor - but I really was in the air, on a rattling rollercoaster, not so long ago.)
I thought to take a look here and see what lynne shaffer was saying now in mid March. Had she held her nerve, did people who write here think this was a share worth holding?
I see J Thomas bought @ £10 .30 and sold @ £13.80. "A bird in the hand". and on to the next opportunity.
And why not, - sell, & then buy again. Or just sell, and keep the profit.
Thanks to S-M for the info that institutions were buying.
Again - who wants to wade through company reports - some do - some reports fool the auditors- even.
Thanks to K.L. for generally sensible, sober contributions - over so many posts. A genuine enthusiast, and someone who wants to give advice.
I have seen written on Citywire, that advice here has been as good as professional paid for help.
I have paid for help - I'll just say that there are a lot of good professional advisers - but finding good advice is a lottery.
Anyone who enjoys criptic crosswords will enjoy Hanks contributions.
(Please - Mr. Missery-guts - don't tell us how You Do criptic crosswords, and how 'Anyone' is not 'Everyone'. - - DOH !. Lets just enjoy investing.)
(For the sensitive - Mr Missery -guts is no person in particular.) -Eng-Lit graduates please reply in triplicate.
As for me - "Why didn't I buy more when I had the chance.??"


Don't be too hard on yourself...from the above it's plain too see your not the only one...Now have i got the commas in the right place.....some of us are actually genuine
...
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Hank Elvis Dobbs (texan)
Posted: 11 March 2018 19:20:37(UTC)
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Just to be certain.(hope thats not too cryptic Al)

THIS IS MONEY ARTICLE 21 MARCH 16....................

"COULD BLUE PRISM BE THE NEXT BIG BRITISH SOFTWARE CHAMPION WITH ITS ROBOTIC CLERKS?"

"THE COMPANY BASED IN NEWTON LE WILLOWS IN MERSEYSIDE RECIEVED STARTUP FUNDING FROM THE LIVERPOOL SEED FUND AND THE RISING STARS GROWTH FUND"

"sounds like your dealing with some complete prats Elvis"

I wouldn't have put it quite like that myself dear....

..Old boy..?
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Tony Peterson
Posted: 11 March 2018 19:38:03(UTC)
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Somebody has watched too many episodes of Goodness Gracious Me.

My Kooper I believe.
Hank Elvis Dobbs (texan)
Posted: 11 March 2018 19:41:55(UTC)
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They can't help but lie and deceive
laang lee
Posted: 11 March 2018 19:51:26(UTC)
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Will let you know, if I double my money, or not, on this one.
Chances are, - -
I remember - a song -....
When I had a pushbike, before a motorbike, before a job, before a car, before money to invest.
"We're On The Eve Of Destruction'.
Back in the days when Russia was a threat.
Oops.
Hank Elvis Dobbs (texan)
Posted: 11 March 2018 20:00:05(UTC)
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the only threat you truly face is from within as our friend is finding out
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laang lee on 11/03/2018(UTC)
J Thomas
Posted: 11 March 2018 20:20:40(UTC)
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The recent surge in the PRSM price over the last few weeks may have a rather mundane cause. The partnerships with many new major customers such as the UEA's biggest bank Mashreq, means of course that Blue Prism is on the buying radar for many relatively wealthy individuals who work in these organisations. Rather like me owning shares in National Grid (another PRSM client) because they supply the infrastructure which powers my home. Or owning Apple and Amazon shares as you are a customer and want to share in the business and profits.
Remember PRSM has only 65 million shares in issue, and scarcity alone will always drive up the price if demand is strong.
Of course with hindsight I wish I had kept all my PRSM shares instead of selling the capital value at £13.80. However my remaining free profit shares are now showing a healthy five figure gain; and I am only too glad the new owners of my shares have made a profit.
If you were to ask me what price PRSM in twelve months I would say £28.00. A friendly takeover would be £35.00. Although a takeover may equally appear from China, Japan, or the US.
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Tony Peterson
Posted: 11 March 2018 20:37:50(UTC)
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Congratulations, JT, and I wish you a pleasant ride in your remaining stake. I think you did exactly the optimal thing. And you have left something in it for your buyer. I am always pleased to have retrieved the original stake and still had a substantial interest for free.

Elvis. I think they call them Alternative Facts these days. Though I note the Alternative Factsters do not seem to be singing anymore.
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King Lodos
Posted: 11 March 2018 22:23:42(UTC)
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Not since you told me you were looking for a new Bridge partner.

Lucky for me Bridge players don't seem very responsive to ads in phone boxes
Tony Peterson
Posted: 12 March 2018 07:23:50(UTC)
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Lodos has made it perfectly clear with his recent posts, including the one Mickey objected to on another thread (about me catching the dip during the Napoleonic period) that all his posts concerning me are lies pure and simple.

I simply wonder what is the motive for his ageist sneering?

It is time he grew up.





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Hank Elvis Dobbs (texan)
Posted: 12 March 2018 07:34:33(UTC)
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Cliche man a complete fraud in every sense of the word..see the oxford dictionary definition
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Tony Peterson on 12/03/2018(UTC)
andy mac
Posted: 12 March 2018 07:35:27(UTC)
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Tony

There are several explanations
1 Jealousy
2 Jealousy
3 Jealousy
4 He is obviously just trying to wind you up

I cannot explain it I guess he thinks he is being funny - sad individual

This forum is remarkable in that there is very little of this style of posting
It only brings all his other posting in to a poor light.
If he has no integrity in his posts then he should be removed

In this day and age it certainly is badgering, and where it causes offense it is tantamount to bulling

Dont let him wind you up , easy for me to say.
Dont respomd to him and I expect the moderators to have a word

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S_M
Posted: 12 March 2018 08:02:35(UTC)
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Hank Elvis Dobbs (texan);58542 wrote:
Just to be certain.(hope thats not too cryptic Al)

THIS IS MONEY ARTICLE 21 MARCH 16....................

"COULD BLUE PRISM BE THE NEXT BIG BRITISH SOFTWARE CHAMPION WITH ITS ROBOTIC CLERKS?"

"THE COMPANY BASED IN NEWTON LE WILLOWS IN MERSEYSIDE RECIEVED STARTUP FUNDING FROM THE LIVERPOOL SEED FUND AND THE RISING STARS GROWTH FUND"

"sounds like your dealing with some complete prats Elvis"

I wouldn't have put it quite like that myself dear....

..Old boy..?


Crosswires my cryptic friend, I was referring to OMs HO and didn't realise you were talking about BP.

Lets just put it this way London, Miami, Chicago, Bangalore, Sydney, Tokyo, Sydney fits the bill as opposed to St Helens. The last thing they want is their international customers having their wallets lifted in Scouse Land.
Hank Elvis Dobbs (texan)
Posted: 12 March 2018 08:10:01(UTC)
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Stop digging ..there was absolutely no need for any of this ...A bigot like you is no friend of mine.
S_M
Posted: 12 March 2018 08:58:14(UTC)
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Hank Elvis Dobbs (texan);58568 wrote:
Stop digging ..there was absolutely no need for any of this ...A bigot like you is no friend of mine.


Bigot? Where is your sense of humour?

BTW last time I was in Liverpool near Anfield had a youngster come up to me saying "mind ya car". True story bro.............

Just as well we won 3-1 ehhh!
Tony Peterson
Posted: 12 March 2018 11:23:48(UTC)
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S-M

It never fails to amaze me how people who would be deeply offended to be called "Paki" can cheerfully use perjorative terms for inhabitants of English cities (or their environs) that they themselves do not happen to live in.





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S_M
Posted: 12 March 2018 14:53:52(UTC)
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Tony Peterson;58580 wrote:
S-M

It never fails to amaze me how people who would be deeply offended to be called "Paki" can cheerfully use perjorative terms for inhabitants of English cities (or their environs) that they themselves do not happen to live in.







Tony,

The context of the word that you have quoted is generally used by people shall we say of either an ignorant or right-wing persuasion.

Scousers call Londoners Cockneys and Londoners call people from that region Scousers. Hardly even a close comparison is it really? By the way, my comment about someone asking to look after my car is 100% accurate.

It doesn't surprise me that someone who wouldn't know a decent curry if a popadum slapped him in the face, the difference between a tied adviser a restricted adviser and an independent financial adviser and last but not least what ramifications the retail distribution review has on the charging of financial products and the advice that goes with said products before he spouts off more pearls of ignorance.

The great thing about Blue Prism is you don't have to top slice a dividend from an ever decreasing share price. Just sit back and enjoy the ride.
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Tony Peterson
Posted: 12 March 2018 15:08:33(UTC)
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S_M

You should watch a few episodes of "Till Death Us Do Part" before you decide what is offensive and what is not.

Meanwhile, I note, the Alternative Fact machine is still in full swing. Pointless engaging with you.
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