Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Defenx LSE:DFX London Ordinary Share GB00BYNF4J61 ORD GBP0.018
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +4.50p +5.06% 93.50p 90.00p 97.00p 93.50p 89.00p 89.00p 46,551.00 09:05:33
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications - - - - 8.06

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11/12/2016
08:20
Defenx Daily Update: Defenx is listed in the Mobile Telecommunications sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DFX. The last closing price for Defenx was 89p.
Defenx has a 4 week average price of 76.23p and a 12 week average price of 86.44p.
The 1 year high share price is 162.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 67.50p.
There are currently 8,617,806 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 84,621 shares. The market capitalisation of Defenx is £8,057,648.61.
03/6/2003
08:19
addict: Small tech stocks are getting re-rated...even the ones with no cash...so isn't it about time the share price of this one moved up in sympathy?Still capped at less than net cash.DYOR.
22/1/2003
09:33
addict: They should salvage what they can for the shareholders and do a strategic exit-it's the net cash which is supporting the share price,and it's still way above current market cap.DYOR.
03/12/2002
11:37
rocketeer: I reckon most of you stale bulls are into this at around 20p. Now might be a good time to cut your losses. The numbers sometimes misslead. The problem with this company lies deeper. Simply not investor friendly. I have figured for a long time that an MBO would be a likely result. Don't forget, that is how the company started in the first place. I feel confident that the management will find some way to trash the share-price once more. If you want a VOIP play, maybe it is time to take a look at BVC again.
28/11/2002
13:32
martin c-j: Phil Unfortunately, DFX have a long history of poor PR. I remember pointing this out to them 2 years ago. My guess is they want the share price low so they can do an MBO for peanuts. Good luck with Van Houdt. Martin
27/11/2002
23:07
the jitters: I sent this to the company today and got a reply from Brian Jobson the company secretary, which said absolutely nothing except the usual "we cant discuss etc and pointed me at the annual report". Not content with this flimsy response from someone who owns 8.69% of his company, I fired off a second slightly more aggressive reply (not like me at all LOL). I'll let you know what his response is, if/when I get one. Dear Sir, I've been a shareholder in Dataflex since the early part of this year, and bought into the company as a bright recovery prospect based on their previous good record and innovative solutions for the future. You can therefore understand my dismay when I see the share price languishing at its current levels. Most importantly, I am keen to understand why the company fails to promote itself through interviews or news releases to the city? A quick glance at your website reveals an interesting product release this month, but no RNS announcement telling the city, and hence potential investors of this fact, the net result being the company is ignored by investors. The most recent set of results showed a tremendous turnaround in the business, which is to be congratulated, but without self promotion all this hard work is not reflected in an increase in share holders value. Its worth noting that some Dataflex directors also have substantial holdings in the company, making it even more difficult to understand why shareholder value has been allowed to continually deteriorate to level it currently finds itself. I would be most grateful if you would give me some indication as to how and when the company will address this important issue, along with some indication of how the company is progressing on sales of its new products and general prospects for the future. Many thanks Hi Brian, First of all, thank you for such a prompt response. I must say I'm rather disappointed however in your response. Whilst appreciating that there are certain rules by which you must abide, your response didnt tell me anything at all. It also failed to address the question as to why Dataflex refrain from issueing trading updates to the market. If you spend a little time checking the RNS announcements of many UK listed companies, its obvious that RNS is used as a means of communication between the company and its shareholders, DFX however report their results twice a year and little if anything else. Clearly if Dataflex were forthcoming with information, private shareholders wouldnt feel the need to interupt you with such questions. As a holder of 8.69% of the issued share capital of Dataflex, surely you must be as disappointed as myself in the current disinterest shown in the future prospects of our company by the city, specially when one considers its actually valued at less than its current bank balance. What I am really interested in, is what Dataflex management are planning to do with regard to addressing this issue. If you feel unable to answer this question directly without contravening the listing rules, perhaps a public statement may help? Regards Anyone got any thoughts? Getting a bit fed up now with holding a stock so awash with cash and seeing a dead trade log everyday and a languishing share price. Phil
18/9/2002
06:35
wild cat and pussy: Ashley, the balance sheet is extermely clean. The share price is at a discount to net cash and therefore the busienss is in for free. several points on the business: 1) significant losses in H1 last year were reversed in H2 by swift mgt action to reduce costs and grow the revenue (£8m in H2). Mgt has continued to mainain tight control over its costs. 2) Dfx has potential in its telecoms offerings, VOIP equipment, which could be large money spinners. It is surprising that the mkt gives no value for its technology. 3) director shareholdings aligning co,performance with value of dfx. 4) A relatively large sale went thru recently and this may hold back the price until this is cleared. As Phil pointed out, in the s-term, a quick buck is unlikely in dfx. However, there is evidence of a well-managed company with strong cash backing and significant upside in the business. I liken the potential to that of the impact on amstrad when it had some of its more successful product launches - the price multiplied several times. I bought after the final results and have put these in the long-term fund and will buy more over time.
17/9/2002
13:48
the jitters: I paid 20p for recovery ages ago. The company has since turned a disastrous set of results into break even in just 6 months and in a poor trading environment. I personally think that warrants slightly better treatment by the city than to trash the share price again which is what it has done. One things for certain ashley, with a market cap of less than cash with zero cashburn it sure aint going bust in a hurry! Chairmans comments after the last results look cautiously optimistic, but reading between the lines I feel he was being overly cautious after their statements a year before hand bit them so badly. Its your money Ashley, but risk/reward profile looks good. Might need some patience though. Phil
29/8/2002
00:47
the jitters: Nah Stew, your view is far too pessimistic. Check out the companies RNS remarks over the past year or so, this turnaround in H2 was hinted at if you look. Its also hard to suggest a huge improvement in revenue is a fluke when the markets are so bloody tough, specially in their sector! After their trading update which was basically a warning only a month after a reasonable update, about 12 months ago, you can understand the company being a bit cautious with its forward guidance as I doubt those previous remarks went down well in the city. DFX is without doubt decently run, that can be seen by the quick turnaround after the business got into difficulties. As wild cat says, the share price might drift for a while but without doubt this should give us a good chance to accumulate. Personally I just cant see why the share price is lower than it was before the H2 results given their cashpile which is greater than cap. with zero cashburn. You watch, just to show how odd the market can behave, you watch KSS issue dire results resulting in the share price going on a flyer! I can just feel it! LOL Phil Phil
31/7/2002
13:06
the jitters: Well lets pluck a few figures from the air and have a guess. Lets assume the company build a little on their H2 recovery and make £1m this coming year, throw in a PE of say 10 and add in the cash, we should have a market cap of around £26m which equates to a share price of 38p. A 2m profit the year after on the same PE would give us 52p. Considering DFX are still valued at less than cash (cash they earned by the way, not begged from the city) I think we still have plenty of upside to go yet. Current share price is only back to where it was a couple of weeks ago so in many respects you could say the results are not yet factored into the current price at all. Phil
05/12/2001
09:46
veto: Dataflex seems to be missing out on the current rally in the TMT sector. It seems to me to be very much oversold and I wonder if the time is right for a correction in the share price? Surely for a company to be valued less than the amount of cash in the bank is absurd? Does anyone else have any other information or views on this share? I would very much appreciate any honest opinions as I am seriously considering buying these shares but I cannot understand the share price! I see a large trade of 50K was a buy this morning!!
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