Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cohort Plc LSE:CHRT London Ordinary Share GB00B0YD2B94 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.00p -0.49% 410.00p 405.00p 415.00p 412.00p 407.50p 412.00p 5,170.00 14:00:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Aerospace & Defence 112.6 5.3 19.1 21.4 167.93

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06/12/2016
08:20
Cohort Daily Update: Cohort Plc is listed in the Aerospace & Defence sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CHRT. The last closing price for Cohort was 412p.
Cohort Plc has a 4 week average price of 398.40p and a 12 week average price of 352.59p.
The 1 year high share price is 420p while the 1 year low share price is currently 282.50p.
There are currently 40,959,101 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 27,000 shares. The market capitalisation of Cohort Plc is £167,932,314.10.
17/10/2016
09:05
danboris2: Agree, great little company and the share price has a way to go still IMO
31/3/2016
09:08
davebowler: Edison; Cohort subsidiary SEA has been awarded a contract by BAE Systems for the supply of its External Communications System (ECS) for the second stage of the common External Communications System (cECS) programme. This reaffirms one of Cohort’s key core competences and further strengthens the group’s long-term outlook. The positive development of the global defence and security spending outlook provides a healthy environment for Cohort’s organic development. Recent share price performance leaves significant upside to our sum of the parts-based fair value of 445p.
10/10/2013
08:39
tudes100: Just in case anyone missed this from the mail online yesterday... www.dailymail.co.uk/money/article-2449457/SMALL-CAP-SHARE-TIPS-Cohort-sees-45-share-price-rise-year-growth-expected.html
14/4/2010
18:57
cnx: as i read the announcement #60 million is total vale not chrt share......there are other partners
25/3/2004
19:10
leeshindig: come across this on moonies thread...apparently this guy used to be some t.v analyst..... hatman - 25 Mar'04 - 18:09 - 1722 of 1723 To answer all your questions: I use 14 days for the RSI. Do NOT rely on the ADVFN charts because their underlying calculations are incorrect for both RSI and MACD. I use Sharescope at home. In the case of both ANL and CW. (both had nice moves today), look for higher lows on the RSI in divergence with lower lows on the share price. Such a conflict is particularly powerful if the RSI reading is below 30. The standard procedure is to buy when the RSI pops upwards through 30 although if there is a sequence of several higher lows a brave investor could nibble in anticipation of an upwards break. The opposite applies at readings above 70 - look for higher highs in the share price in conflict with declining peaks in the RSI. The standard procedure is to sell or go short when the RSI declines back down through the 70 level. I'm sure you all know this stuff anyway.
28/3/2002
22:24
the player: davemake, Differences between ADVFN's RSI and, for example, Metastock's have been highlighted in the past. That said, the differences between MS's 28 day RSI and R.Dryden's is fairly minimal. I've mailed the chart to Adam. Hope he'll post it. R.Dryden, You wrote, "When the rsi(28) has crossed up from 30 and the share price at the time is higher than when the same thing happened previously, a buy is in order" Not sure that that's the case.....e.g. April '01 RSI rose above thirty. Price was lower than the previous time it had done that. Yet the price still rose. My point being that the price doesn't have to be higher than the previous time for the RSI break above 30 to be a good signal. TP
27/3/2002
23:42
r.dryden: I have just joined this bb and can see the difference in quality already!. This is a very interesting thread. If I may be so bold, here is my contribution. I have been experimenting with the rsi(28) and have noticed the following:(especially on the Rathbone brothers (RAT) chart) 1. When the rsi(28) has crossed up from 30 and the share price at the time is higher than when the same thing happened previously, a buy is in order, especially when the 50 ma is rising. Sell when the rsi is above 70. 2. When the price at the time the rsi crosses above 70 is lower than the previous time, then sell or go short.This doesn't work with everything of course. The more symetrical (if that's the right word) the chart is the better. r.d. edit: I've finally figured out how to post a chart. Here is the RAT chart showing the rsi(28) There was a 'false' signal in the latter part of 2001 but the 20 day ma stops you making a rash judgement.
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