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|Software & Computer Services
|Craneware Daily Update: Craneware is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CRW. The last closing price for Craneware was 1,227.50p.|
Craneware has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
The 1 year high share price is - while the 1 year low share price is currently -.
There are currently 26,961,709 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Craneware is £330,954,977.98.
|ben12358: Agreed.Looking at it another way, and ignoring who pays for what, the people in the know (the insiders) believe that share options issued at today's prices are motivatonal...this seems to be a positive indicator of the future share price?|
|ben12358: I don't have a problem with share options when the beneficiary pays the current share price at some point in the future?? It worries me when they are free shares., but that isn't the case here, I think...|
|aim_trader: FEATURED TODAY
Craneware chief predicts return to historic revenue growthThe strong rally of the Craneware share price suggests the message is finally starting to get through after some initial fears the electronic records hiatus was yet to fully run its course
|aim_trader: "Execution Noble initiates Craneware coverage with 'buy' recommendation ahead of results...
Execution Noble initiated coverage of Craneware (AIM: CRW) with a "buy" rating today, commenting that while the US healthcare focused vendor was trading at a significant premium, the current share price scribed little value to new contract signings."
|barnesian: I think this is a cracking good company. It is tightly focused on the US healthcare market. It has very high margins. It is growing at a consistent 25% pa. It has excellent visibility of revenue and a pipeline of new products. It is sitting on a cash mountain of more than one year's revenue. It should have a very high rating and it does - a price today of 280p on eps of 10.3p is a P/E rating of 27 times.
That is an extraordinarily high rating for an AIM company. It may go even higher based on thin trading by small traders following the share up. I'd be tempted to take some profit at this stage
My fear is that if and when the small buying dries up (no share goes up for ever)or someone tries to take profit on a largish stake then any fall could be just as dramatic and overshoot on the downside.
It isn't a concern or criticism of the company. I think it is first class. It is just an observation, for what it's worth, on the latest run up of the share price and its fragility. But make up your own mind. I don't want to pour cold water on the party.|
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