|Cambridge Cognition Holdings Plc
||EPS - Basic
||Market Cap (m)
|Health Care Equipment & Services
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|Cambridge Cognition Holdings Daily Update: Cambridge Cognition Holdings Plc is listed in the Health Care Equipment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker COG. The last closing price for Cambridge Cognition Holdings was 84.50p.|
Cambridge Cognition Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 70.90p and a 12 week average price of 51.94p.
The 1 year high share price is 105p while the 1 year low share price is currently 32.50p.
There are currently 17,043,124 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 72,367 shares. The market capitalisation of Cambridge Cognition Holdings Plc is £14,145,792.92.
|charleyduck: Hi Hastings,
Thank you for the link to your private punter article. Very interesting, intriguing background and great review of the present position and possibilities for the future.
May I just nit-pick over a couple of figures in the penultimate paragraph? I think the writer may have transposed a couple of figures.
I think that FinnCap have their break through pre-tax profit for the full year 2015 as £0.3 million (not 1.7) and their EPS as 1.7p (not 0.3).
I think that puts COG on a this year’s PE ratio of about 43 ….. so I still think the article’s comment that they are fully priced for now - until we see this year’s numbers on Thursday and the forward outlook – is probably right.
But whilst the 2015 PE ratio at 43 is high (12.8m/0.3m), if the same growth were to continue for the next year the 2016 PE ratio would be down below 7 !
Now, wouldn’t that be nice!
It is certainly possible. It assumes a growth in revenue from £7.2m (FinnCap’s 2015) to £9.5m in 2016.
This is a 32% increase year on year, the same as FinnCap’ 2014 to 2015 growth.
One could reasonably assume that the costs of sales and operating costs also again increase at the same rate. This would take them to £7.45m.
This gives a Pre-Tax profit of £2.05m. As a contingency, let us take a quarter of a million pounds off this, just in case revenue falters or costs blip up a bit. So, let us say a PTP of £1.8million for 2016.
The 2016 PE would be 7 (12.8m/1.8m)
Perhaps therefore, if we get confirmation that the growth is something like FinnCap are expecting, say in the Interims which should come out in September this year, then perhaps a PE of 14 would not be untoward for a growth stock. This would imply a share price of 150p and Market Cap of £25.5million.
Anyway, that was the rough concept for me picking it for the 2015 NFSC Competition !!|
|loobrush: directors options granted , exercisable in tranches once share price exceeeds 90 p 120p and 200p.
This looks good to me as this gives them some really good targets to achieve.
200p would be really nice, just about 3 times today's price|
|battlebus2: My cognitive responses are aligned to new highs for the share price :))|
|battlebus2: Lots to get excited about except the current share price which hopefully will improve at some point. Finn Cap have reiterated their £1 target.|
|praipus: Bought these as splitsonline was showing the share price as being at a 38% discount to NAV and windingup 31/3/2006.
Now nursing a 25% paper loss....and splitsonline saying share price is at a 47% premium.....
Anyone calling the FTSE higher for the end of March?|
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