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|Software & Computer Services
|D4T4 Solutions Daily Update: D4T4 Solutions is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker D4T4. The last closing price for D4T4 Solutions was 157.50p.|
D4T4 Solutions 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 37,943,513 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of D4T4 Solutions is £59,761,032.98.
|norbert colon: AliWith respect, the company won't comment on share price movements which are a function of the market not the operating business.Personally I would pay little attention other than taking the opportunity to purchase stock if you believe they are good value at this price.Try to take a long term view unless of course you are trading the stock.|
|eagle eye: ali47fish,
What does that tell us?
Possibly the reason why the share price fell sharply in the last hour.
If this IS the reason, then maybe a temporary overhang issue which should be cleared once MM find buyers to make a profitable turn.
Hopefully its nothing more than that.|
|dave2608: From 0800 to 11.23 it's a totally blue screen with 18 successive buys. The share price
doesn't budge one iota. From 11.23 to the close we have 14 buys and 6 sells with the volume for buys outstripping the volume for sells by approx 2.5 to 1, yet at the end of the day it is 5p cheaper to buy the shares than what it is at the beginning. WTF!!!
I wouldn't mind watching how these market makers operate to see how they arrive at their prices as they really don't make much sense to me.|
|arronparkinson: How is the currency devaluation going to help? I can't find the exact geographical revenue split, but in the most recent annual report, under geographical segments, it says "The Group operates entirely within the UK".
I know they opened up a US office recently but I don't see how that's going to generate enough sales for the share price to benefit from GBP currency devaluation.
Please correct me if I'm missing something.|
|arronparkinson: This has been sold down almost everyday for around the past month. I've been watching it on level 2. Check the trades history of the share. It just so happens that the bid price has finally given way. Cumulatively, the amount of selling over the past month or so has been quite high. This is not suspicious activity. I'm actually surprised it didn't give way sooner. It's also worth noting that the share price is still within the price range that has been maintained most of this year (check the chart). I expect some news will lead to a breakout. The only question is whether the news will be good and lead to an upwards breakout or bad and lead to a downwards breakout.|
|battlebus2: Yes looking increasingly likely something more than the share price is up....|
|battlebus2: Well I'm not going to complain because I've benefited when it goes the other way and I'm happy to see a 10% rise when he tips. I sort of knew someone had said sell but to be honest I'm relieved it's nothing to do with the company itself. Could be he was worried after the NED selling. The share price will follow the companies fundamentals for the most part so looking forward to the next update.|
|dave2608: Hard to understand Simon Thompson's logic here. Surely there's much more profit to come? Historic p/e of 15 for a technology share that's growing rapidly looks way too low. Stocks like these can easily trade on multiples of 30/40/50 or even higher. Just shows how certain tipsters/pundits/journalists can move a share price albeit in the case of this share temporarily I'd imagine.|
D4T4 Solutions share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange