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|I am with you Shuffle Man
For me Crimson Tide is Eckoh mark II
Spotted E at 5p and steadily built a good sized stake. Didn't start selling until the price went above 40P. Had to wait a few years, but really great opportunities only happen now and then.
Tide has grown slowly, but surely. Each additional contract, signed on long contracts gives excellent visibility of forward earnings. Also a lot of the value of these contracts will go straight to the bottom line.
Starting buying at around 1.8 and will continue to accumulate under 3.2
Now have a large stake, just under 0.75% - putting my money where my post is
looking for a price of 12-15p in 3/4 years, if not before.
Worked for me bigtime at Eckoh - barring some horrible unforeseen event hoping to repeat the trick here|
|Forecasts are for Revenue to go from 1.4m in 2015 to 1.8m this year and to 2.5m in 2017. Profit to increase from 0.3m to 0.5m in 2016 and to 1m in 2017. I believe these look conservative after the recent deals that have been announced with more to come.
As I said I am happy to hold as part of a portfolio.
Will take a look at your other ones.|
the shuffle man
|Shuffle Man - You say great strides have been made over the last few years. They have not been profitable in the past few years and turnover has been range bound from £1m - 1.4m in these last few years such as last five years. Where are the great strides? Wonderful sounding RNS's produced by the 'spin doctors' are not great strides.
I wish you all the best but for me the two key AIM listed stocks to be building up positions in now before end of December 2016 are Proxama and Ariana Resources. This is the time to be building up positions in these two stocks as I think the first quarter of 2017 should be brilliant for both these companies.|
|I am finding a general lack of interest in many small cap stocks at the moment where it seems that investors who want to exit can only do when news is announced before volumes completely dry up again.
Patience is required in these markets. Fundamentals will eventually come through in the valuation.
Crimson seem to have made great strides over the last few years and I believe profits should now start to increase rapidly.
Bap. Good luck in your investments. I am waiting patiently for an improved performance on a very strong outlook statement.|
the shuffle man
|Thats my sell today. No price action and no meaningful volume over say a 20 day period. Just nothing happening on this stock and the turnover over the past five years is dreadful. I mean it has been range bound between £1m and £1.4m over the past 5 years. I am out!|
|Lets see what the price action and volume is today.|
|Ramridge, have a look at what the open price was yesterday and then what the close price was yesterday. Volume can be created by the Market Makers. Significant volume without the price action to match is a bit, hmmmmmmm!|
|Bapodra - today's volume, 1871K is approx 7 times the 20-days average and the 50-days average. That's to me a significant increase, not just MMs playing a game.|
|I still have 50% of my original stake in TIDE and will ride this, with my stop loss @2.5p.
good luck all..|
|Nothing to do with that in my opinion, purely the 750k sell that appeared just before the close. This was obviously in the system throughout the day capping any decent rise. Now that's out of the way we may see a steady climb, that's notwithstanding any further sells of similar magnitude.|
|Lets see if the price action picks up tomorrow. When a share does not move on positive news and I don't call today's rise any sort of move as I think it is more of a Market Makers Move then tomorrow it could just as easily drop. However if it goes up then good but it is concerning that on such a positive RNS the move is not bigger. This means the market is not happy with the contract size as over 48 months it really is quite small.|
|I am disappointed with the price action today but it could pick up at close or tomorrow. Any more contract wins and this will be slightly undervalued against other tech stocks on AIM|
|Has anybody seen Level 2 on this share?|
|I have bought this morning.
I held for a while earlier on in the year and then sold for very small profit.
This is a very illiquid stock.
My only concern is that though the headline contract figures look nice, due to the contract lengths, when you break it down per annum then it is quite small. £1.7m in one year is different to £1.7m over four years.
Any intense buying will totally accelerate the share price upwards. Lets see what happens.|
|With gross profit margins over 90% this contract will have a big impact
on this years figures. It may even enable them to start paying a dividend.|
Just the start in my opinion, and probably more in the pipeline. There are opportunities beyond the UK to explore.
And check out the GP margin.
Should be on the leaders board this morning.
|Certainly will re-rate on the back of this contract which shouldn't be the only one. I bet everyone wished they'd bought after yesterdays little 'taster'.|
|Excellent news this morning.
Significant long term contract win with large UK retailer
Crimson Tide TIDE , the AIM--quoted provider of mpro5 -- Smart Mobility as a Service, has signed its most significant long term contract with a large UK retailer. Its mpro5 service will be used to ensure store safety, cleanliness and security. This deployment follows a successfully executed pilot.
The contract value is worth over GBP1.7m of additional revenue over an initial term of 48 months, the largest gross revenue contract in the Company's history.
This extended roll out involves implementing the mobility platform to almost 500 stores to enable the scheduling of regular cleaning, reactive cleaning and incident capture; as well as providing dynamic audits and bespoke management dashboards.
Barrie Whipp, Executive Chairman of Crimson Tide, said: "This landmark contract is the largest in our history in terms of value and means that mpro5 will be present in nearly 500 more locations throughout the UK. The four-year term represents validation of the partnership we have quickly formed with this well-known retailer. The contract represents another cornerstone of our enterprise level agreement strategy, which now represents a substantial element of our contracted revenues for the coming years
Following this contract win we are accelerating other expansion plans, both in the UK and overseas. The Directors are extremely pleased with this long term contract, which is the culmination of a great deal of work by our team. We are very excited indeed about the future prospects of the Company and look forward to pushing ahead with further opportunities."|
|I've reduced my TIDE holding, as we're simply not moving.
good luck all.|
|Important point to bear in mind is that as turnover is up the RNS flow on orders will slow as they have to be MUCH bigger to be regarded as material.....otherwise good steady growth and strong prospect of dividend declaration next year. Well done TIDE.|
|Good set of results, turnover up 25%, profits up 100% and cash position
building nicely. Happy to hold.|
|Buys are coming back, guessing we'll more likely see TIDE @4p than 2p short term anyway.
Good luck all.|
|A nice slow tick up to results at the end of next month would be nice.|
|Pink Gun – you are a man of few words, so it is difficult to understand the basis for your 9p target.
But with the news of further contracts this week I am bullish too and have found an entry point. I believe that 2.80p is now looking to be a support line.
Sales are expected to double and TIDE is lowly operationally geared, so with margins of 92% these new contract wins should go straight to bottom line.
Contracts are usually 36 months which provides some recurring revenue which I like. 65% of recurring revenue was quoted previously, so good evidence of sustainable earnings.
I recall that following a previous pilot project announcement it led to a £1.10m contract over 36 months, so if this latest High Street retailer pilot is a success may we be looking at £1.50m over four years? They indicate 48 months rather than 36 months which suggests confidence.
For such a small Company it is a surprise to see profits and cash generation in what is a growth sector. We have a prudent and experienced management team.
Tesco and Sainsbury have been buyers on the retail side and this should encourage others to believe that mpro5 is worthy of investment. Blue chip names are other purchasers. We may be reaching the point where mpro5 can deliver on a large scale.
This could go global quickly so news of Asia contracts in the healthcare sector provides new horizons and is encouraging. Europe and Africa are also on the radar.
The scalability of this product is the key point and quite attractive in my view.