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16/1/2017
08:20
CAP-XX Daily Update: Cap-xx is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CPX. The last closing price for CAP-XX was 10.13p.
Cap-xx has a 4 week average price of 6.41p and a 12 week average price of 5.44p.
The 1 year high share price is 11.13p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2.35p.
There are currently 270,704,833 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 8,798,998 shares. The market capitalisation of Cap-xx is £28,762,388.51.
14/1/2017
00:32
greek islander: RI Don't get carried away. I have seen these fast rising stocks (usually technology ones) look certain to keep going , then suddenly fall away as a result of something none of us saw coming. A CEO resigns or dies, the accounts are found to be misleading, a key business partner pulls out, cash flow becomes a problem as the company get overstretched, a competitor arrives with a cheaper better product/s or my greatest fear, a takeover which also takes us out. On the other hand I have been in a company where the share price just keeps going up and up until it has ten bagged or more. I followed ASOS all the way up ARM also and Tanfield was a huge gainer. With all of them - luck rather than judgement- I got out just before the top and the share price collapse happened. In one case, this was brutal. Overall, the big ones make up for all the relatively small losses. The market is hot at the moment and my portfolio has only the slightest red tinge and I am a happy person. Companies like Workspace, Fevertree, SMDS (Smiths) Xeros and now CPX have me in a wonderful place but I am aware that it can all change and I have to be looking all the time to take all or some of my profit. In a way, a far more difficult problem than when things were not so buoyant and the inevitable bad effects of Brexit are always on the horizon.
13/1/2017
16:14
kj kelley: I have been reading this thread for some time and appreciate the comments. Seems the CEO has been in the US this week, so I had to listen to the presentation on the truck application again last night. CAP-XX VP on supercapacitor potential in automotive sector - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SYAilfsdqC8 The share price has been sharp over the past few days. I had to pull myself down to earth by looking at when CPX was admitted to AIM in 2006. The share price then was 93p for a market cap of £45m. I know the shares in issue have increased, for a current market cap of £26m since then but so has their technology, patents and licence agreements.
13/1/2017
07:09
vauch: when our share price passes 10p smaller % gains will star to add to share price very quickly
12/1/2017
20:26
bapodra_investments: This has just smashed it 52 week high. There is going to a be a humungous announcement very soon. News has obviously leaked. That will put a rocket up this share price and take it into orbit. I mean just look at the chart! It is beautiful. Just keep on adding (pyramiding) as the price increases and watch the trend followers take this even higher. The market is enormous. The time for Cap-XX is now. Increased orders, increase in revenue and possibly profitability, reducing costs. This is all before truck start, automotive, and gadgets announcements. This has all the potential to be a £50m market cap and maybe even once day £100m market cap company in the future. It just needs to start getting the big orders and keep on increasing turnover year after year. There will be pullbacks for sure but just enjoy the ride.
05/1/2017
09:27
greek islander: Share price already soaring on rumours re Murata as soon as the news is formally out the share price should jump a lot more. I am surprised we are waiting still for formal confirmation. It has give a few of us an opportunity that is rare - I have been topping up along with a few others in the know.
22/3/2016
11:24
johndee: The share price will in time catch up with the reality of the market for this company. At present the share price is way below what the market considers fair value. We know the share price is never instantaneous with market news, it depends on the volume of buyers as investors gradually cotton on to the news. We have just had a very good RNS and at present even with the small rise so far today there is a greater rise to follow as the share price plays catch up.
14/1/2016
19:25
yorgi: I know the article is not new and a lot who hold CPX will have already seen it but I thought worth posting again as a reminder and for anyone new looking at CPX : SMALL CAP IDEAS: CAP-XX's tiny super-capacitors should be no laughing matter once the technology takes-off By IAN LYALL, PROACTIVE INVESTORS, FOR THIS IS MONEY PUBLISHED: 13:59, 14 September 2015 | UPDATED: 13:59, 14 September 2015 The surge in the share price of technology firm CAP-XX over the past six months has been nothing short of spectacular. Investors lucky enough to get in at March’s £2.5million fund-raising, priced at 1p a share, are sitting on a near 600 per cent paper profit. Those who exited at 8p have done even better. However, there is an argument the current price of 7p a share is merely a staging post to a valuation way in excess of the current market cap of £19million. Certainly, if orders materialise from 20 or so automotive companies it is working with, or the integration of its tiny super-capacitors into machine-to-machine technology takes off, then the current share price will seem laughable. Driving forward: CAP-XX's specialism is in super-capacitors – from the wafer thin, to those large enough to help power a high performance sports car. Driving forward: CAP-XX's specialism is in super-capacitors – from the wafer thin, to those large enough to help power a high performance sports car. Listed on the AIM here in London, CAP-XX is an Aussie headquartered firm that is tapping into some potentially huge global markets. Its specialism is (as mentioned earlier) super-capacitors – from the wafer thin, to those large enough to help power a high performance sports car. In layman’s terms, super-capacitors bridge power gaps. They store electricity very efficiently, so it is there when it is needed. Importantly, they are able to supply the current in sharp, very powerful bursts. Chief executive Anthony Kongats says CAP-XX’s technology is ‘disruptive’ on a number of levels Its Thinline product is the lightest, thinnest super-capacitor on the market and is ideal for electronic devices such as mobile phones, tablets and laptops where space is at a premium. The ability to extend battery life is an added bonus that will no doubt be seized on by the consumer electronics industry. However, the Internet of Things, where machines communicate via wireless, could be transformed by devices such as CAP-XX’s. Its larger units, used in cars and for jump starting trucks, offer customers 'more punch for their dollar' by being smaller, but more powerful than the other products on the market. Very little of this latent potential was apparent in the last set of results – the prelims – which were nevertheless revelatory on a number of other levels. They showed the company’s gross margins, on sales of A$4.4million, had more than doubled to 30.6 per cent in the space of the year as CAP-XX became more efficient. They also told us the royalties from Japan’s Murata Manufacturing, which uses the technology in a number of electronic devices, were on a sharp upward curve. CAP-XX AT A GLANCE AIM ticker: CPX Value: £19million Share price: 7.1p Year high: 8.71p Low: 0.75p Notable also was the amount spent on research and development, which at A$2.6mln, was 60 per cent of revenues. Boss Kongats makes no apologies for the amount invested back into products. What he is selling is not another ‘me-too’ super-capacitor, but the best in class product, be that at the micro-end of the market, or larger units. 'We need to keep ahead of the competition,' he told Proactive Investors. 'If we cut back then we won’t be huge or a success. We believe there will be large growth in a number of markets we address that justifies the level of R&D 'We have to have something unique to sell.' Neither is this a single-shot-on-goal company. It is currently active in areas or developing products for car keys, electronic locks, smart metering and building controls. Add to that list: smart credit cards, electronic shelf labels, medical and fitness devices and asset tracking. Tiny product: Its Thinline product is the lightest, thinnest super-capacitor on the market and is ideal for electronic devices such as mobile phones, tablets and laptops where space is at a premium Tiny product: Its Thinline product is the lightest, thinnest super-capacitor on the market and is ideal for electronic devices such as mobile phones, tablets and laptops where space is at a premium Each, in and of itself, is a multi-million pound market. 'We are selling the shovels here to the gold miners,' CAP-XX boss said. 'I don’t know which application is going to take-off in the medical market for instance, but what I know is they are going to have a better product using CAP-XX.' Among the high profile products on the market is a next-generation insulin pump that uses its super-capacitors – and provides an entre to the wider medical devices arena. CAP-XX has a twin-track approach to commercialising its Intellectual property. The larger opportunities in consumer electronics, mobile telephony and the automotive sector, it will joint venture or license out. But where the market is smaller, the company will oversee the manufacturing of the product, while maintaining control of the technology at the core. The plan ultimately is to be for advanced power what Intel is to the computer central processor – the default technology. Currently CAP-XX’s Thinline product is under evaluation with more than 20 different companies involved in developing machines that talk to one another – part of the so-called Internet of Things. A further twenty-odd automotive businesses are interested in the technology – some of these collaborations are close to throwing up licensing opportunities. These and the deal with a tier-1 vehicle components maker to commercialise the truckStart product (it does as the name suggests), should tell investors the next six to 12 months will provide many more catalysts for share price growth. 'What’s held us back in the past is we have been waiting for the technology convergence to happen,' said CEO Kongats. 'We’ve had our technology ready, but others haven’t. That’s all changed and it is having a profound effect on our prospects.' http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/markets/article-3233901/SMALL-CAP-IDEAS-CAP-XX-s-tiny-super-capacitors-no-laughing-matter-technology-takes-off.html#ixzz3rCKS1C2o
10/10/2015
09:53
65jack: I think this is well worth re reading and is bang on the money SMALL CAP IDEAS: CAP-XX's tiny super-capacitors should be no laughing matter once the technology takes-off By IAN LYALL, PROACTIVE INVESTORS, FOR THIS IS MONEY PUBLISHED: 13:59, 14 September 2015 | UPDATED: 13:59, 14 September 2015 View comments The surge in the share price of technology firm CAP-XX over the past six months has been nothing short of spectacular. Investors lucky enough to get in at March’s £2.5million fund-raising, priced at 1p a share, are sitting on a near 600 per cent paper profit. Those who exited at 8p have done even better. However, there is an argument the current price of 7p a share is merely a staging post to a valuation way in excess of the current market cap of £19million. Certainly, if orders materialise from 20 or so automotive companies it is working with, or the integration of its tiny super-capacitors into machine-to-machine technology takes off, then the current share price will seem laughable. Driving forward: CAP-XX's specialism is in super-capacitors – from the wafer thin, to those large enough to help power a high performance sports car. Listed on the AIM here in London, CAP-XX is an Aussie headquartered firm that is tapping into some potentially huge global markets. Its specialism is (as mentioned earlier) super-capacitors – from the wafer thin, to those large enough to help power a high performance sports car. In layman’s terms, super-capacitors bridge power gaps. They store electricity very efficiently, so it is there when it is needed. Importantly, they are able to supply the current in sharp, very powerful bursts. Chief executive Anthony Kongats says CAP-XX’s technology is ‘disruptive’ on a number of levels Its Thinline product is the lightest, thinnest super-capacitor on the market and is ideal for electronic devices such as mobile phones, tablets and laptops where space is at a premium. The ability to extend battery life is an added bonus that will no doubt be seized on by the consumer electronics industry. However, the Internet of Things, where machines communicate via wireless, could be transformed by devices such as CAP-XX’s. Its larger units, used in cars and for jump starting trucks, offer customers 'more punch for their dollar' by being smaller, but more powerful than the other products on the market. Very little of this latent potential was apparent in the last set of results – the prelims – which were nevertheless revelatory on a number of other levels. They showed the company’s gross margins, on sales of A$4.4million, had more than doubled to 30.6 per cent in the space of the year as CAP-XX became more efficient. They also told us the royalties from Japan’s Murata Manufacturing, which uses the technology in a number of electronic devices, were on a sharp upward curve. CAP-XX AT A GLANCE AIM ticker: CPX Value: £19million Share price: 7.1p Year high: 8.71p Low: 0.75p Notable also was the amount spent on research and development, which at A$2.6mln, was 60 per cent of revenues. Boss Kongats makes no apologies for the amount invested back into products. What he is selling is not another ‘me-too’ super-capacitor, but the best in class product, be that at the micro-end of the market, or larger units. 'We need to keep ahead of the competition,' he told Proactive Investors. 'If we cut back then we won’t be huge or a success. We believe there will be large growth in a number of markets we address that justifies the level of R&D 'We have to have something unique to sell.' Neither is this a single-shot-on-goal company. It is currently active in areas or developing products for car keys, electronic locks, smart metering and building controls. Add to that list: smart credit cards, electronic shelf labels, medical and fitness devices and asset tracking. Tiny product: Its Thinline product is the lightest, thinnest super-capacitor on the market and is ideal for electronic devices such as mobile phones, tablets and laptops where space is at a premium Each, in and of itself, is a multi-million pound market. 'We are selling the shovels here to the gold miners,' CAP-XX boss said. 'I don’t know which application is going to take-off in the medical market for instance, but what I know is they are going to have a better product using CAP-XX.' Among the high profile products on the market is a next-generation insulin pump that uses its super-capacitors – and provides an entre to the wider medical devices arena. CAP-XX has a twin-track approach to commercialising its Intellectual property. The larger opportunities in consumer electronics, mobile telephony and the automotive sector, it will joint venture or license out. But where the market is smaller, the company will oversee the manufacturing of the product, while maintaining control of the technology at the core. The plan ultimately is to be for advanced power what Intel is to the computer central processor – the default technology. Currently CAP-XX’s Thinline product is under evaluation with more than 20 different companies involved in developing machines that talk to one another – part of the so-called Internet of Things. A further twenty-odd automotive businesses are interested in the technology – some of these collaborations are close to throwing up licensing opportunities. These and the deal with a tier-1 vehicle components maker to commercialise the truckStart product (it does as the name suggests), should tell investors the next six to 12 months will provide many more catalysts for share price growth. 'What’s held us back in the past is we have been waiting for the technology convergence to happen,' said CEO Kongats. 'We’ve had our technology ready, but others haven’t. That’s all changed and it is having a profound effect on our prospects.' Read more: http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/markets/article-3233901/SMALL-CAP-IDEAS-CAP-XX-s-tiny-super-capacitors-no-laughing-matter-technology-takes-off.html#ixzz3o9oNT9fr Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
15/9/2015
14:45
tees maar khan: Just imagine where CPX share price will be once news is announced.Zak Mir's 10p target price seems a bit conservative IMO TMK
14/9/2015
16:23
h2owater: SMALL CAP IDEAS: CAP-XX's tiny super-capacitors should be no laughing matter once the technology takes-off By IAN LYALL, PROACTIVE INVESTORS, FOR THIS IS MONEY PUBLISHED: 13:59, 14 September 2015 | UPDATED: 13:59, 14 September 2015 The surge in the share price of technology firm CAP-XX over the past six months has been nothing short of spectacular. Investors lucky enough to get in at March’s £2.5million fund-raising, priced at 1p a share, are sitting on a near 600 per cent paper profit. Those who exited at 8p have done even better. However, there is an argument the current price of 7p a share is merely a staging post to a valuation way in excess of the current market cap of £19million. Certainly, if orders materialise from 20 or so automotive companies it is working with, or the integration of its tiny super-capacitors into machine-to-machine technology takes off, then the current share price will seem laughable. Driving forward: CAP-XX's specialism is in super-capacitors – from the wafer thin, to those large enough to help power a high performance sports car. +2 Driving forward: CAP-XX's specialism is in super-capacitors – from the wafer thin, to those large enough to help power a high performance sports car. Listed on the AIM here in London, CAP-XX is an Aussie headquartered firm that is tapping into some potentially huge global markets. Its specialism is (as mentioned earlier) super-capacitors – from the wafer thin, to those large enough to help power a high performance sports car. In layman’s terms, super-capacitors bridge power gaps. They store electricity very efficiently, so it is there when it is needed. Importantly, they are able to supply the current in sharp, very powerful bursts. Chief executive Anthony Kongats says CAP-XX’s technology is ‘disruptive’ on a number of levels Its Thinline product is the lightest, thinnest super-capacitor on the market and is ideal for electronic devices such as mobile phones, tablets and laptops where space is at a premium. The ability to extend battery life is an added bonus that will no doubt be seized on by the consumer electronics industry. However, the Internet of Things, where machines communicate via wireless, could be transformed by devices such as CAP-XX’s. Its larger units, used in cars and for jump starting trucks, offer customers 'more punch for their dollar' by being smaller, but more powerful than the other products on the market. Very little of this latent potential was apparent in the last set of results – the prelims – which were nevertheless revelatory on a number of other levels. They showed the company’s gross margins, on sales of A$4.4million, had more than doubled to 30.6 per cent in the space of the year as CAP-XX became more efficient. They also told us the royalties from Japan’s Murata Manufacturing, which uses the technology in a number of electronic devices, were on a sharp upward curve. CAP-XX AT A GLANCE AIM ticker: CPX Value: £19million Share price: 7.1p Year high: 8.71p Low: 0.75p Notable also was the amount spent on research and development, which at A$2.6mln, was 60 per cent of revenues. Boss Kongats makes no apologies for the amount invested back into products. What he is selling is not another ‘me-too’ super-capacitor, but the best in class product, be that at the micro-end of the market, or larger units. 'We need to keep ahead of the competition,' he told Proactive Investors. 'If we cut back then we won’t be huge or a success. We believe there will be large growth in a number of markets we address that justifies the level of R&D 'We have to have something unique to sell.' Neither is this a single-shot-on-goal company. It is currently active in areas or developing products for car keys, electronic locks, smart metering and building controls. Add to that list: smart credit cards, electronic shelf labels, medical and fitness devices and asset tracking. Tiny product: Its Thinline product is the lightest, thinnest super-capacitor on the market and is ideal for electronic devices such as mobile phones, tablets and laptops where space is at a premium +2 Tiny product: Its Thinline product is the lightest, thinnest super-capacitor on the market and is ideal for electronic devices such as mobile phones, tablets and laptops where space is at a premium Each, in and of itself, is a multi-million pound market. 'We are selling the shovels here to the gold miners,' CAP-XX boss said. 'I don’t know which application is going to take-off in the medical market for instance, but what I know is they are going to have a better product using CAP-XX.' Among the high profile products on the market is a next-generation insulin pump that uses its super-capacitors – and provides an entre to the wider medical devices arena. CAP-XX has a twin-track approach to commercialising its Intellectual property. The larger opportunities in consumer electronics, mobile telephony and the automotive sector, it will joint venture or license out. But where the market is smaller, the company will oversee the manufacturing of the product, while maintaining control of the technology at the core. The plan ultimately is to be for advanced power what Intel is to the computer central processor – the default technology. Currently CAP-XX’s Thinline product is under evaluation with more than 20 different companies involved in developing machines that talk to one another – part of the so-called Internet of Things. A further twenty-odd automotive businesses are interested in the technology – some of these collaborations are close to throwing up licensing opportunities. These and the deal with a tier-1 vehicle components maker to commercialise the truckStart product (it does as the name suggests), should tell investors the next six to 12 months will provide many more catalysts for share price growth. 'What’s held us back in the past is we have been waiting for the technology convergence to happen,' said CEO Kongats. 'We’ve had our technology ready, but others haven’t. That’s all changed and it is having a profound effect on our prospects.' Read more: http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/markets/article-3233901/SMALL-CAP-IDEAS-CAP-XX-s-tiny-super-capacitors-no-laughing-matter-technology-takes-off.html#ixzz3ljLmLOi8
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