Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Designer Vision Group LSE:DVS London Ordinary Share GB0033423566 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.50p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
- - - - 1.46

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31/12/200713:27Designer Vision....rapid growth and profits...4,140
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26/9/2016
09:20
Designer Vision Daily Update: Designer Vision Group is listed in the sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DVS. The last closing price for Designer Vision was 1.50p.
Designer Vision Group 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 97,482,875 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Designer Vision Group is £1,462,243.13.
21/7/2015
09:39
arsey: Looks like RT needs to be cleared of all wrong doings first which he most probably will be. These bodies don't have much teeth and there are so many grey areas that it seems hard to pin anything on anyone. Once it's cleared up I expect DAN to be back in the game again. Really happy with TUNG recovery the question is when to exit. always the most difficult decision. If I had any cash on the side lines I'd be tempted into GBO. Share price underperforming actual performance and has done for a long time. Great update today with only a small reaction. RC
28/1/2007
22:01
guru11: bango6 - some very good constructive posts - is quite a difference to all the deramping on this board in the past. It could be sometime for DVS share price to recover, under a very high mistrust of management for the future, as smacked once shareholders will be very edgy for the future. It is good to see that the £1.5m is a one off. Considering turnover in the automotive decision and the margins things could improve, and there is a suggestion that DVS could be worth holding. But there has been a very big kick in the teeth for older shareholders seeing the value of their investment plummet. One has to query though the the fact that they had 2 big contracts - with ToysRUs and Virgin - did both go pear shape? And other point - why this RNS did not come out earlier?
27/1/2007
10:17
trader_clive: I believe that DVS share price will level out at current levels, but after the hipe of bottom fishing is over, I am afraid to say for shareholders that the price is sure to weaken further. I haven't worked out how they get to a £1.5m loss after a rise in turnover this year and nearly 17% in margins, but that makes the RNS's - "which appeared to have been delayed" even more of a shock out of the blue. The bottom line is how many shareholders now "TRUST" the management of DVS? Please try to keep the trash off this thread and post sensible posts. It serves no purpose to keep ramping or deramping with 100's posts per day, just to annoy others here! Try to keep posting on the subject of DVS future trading and share price possibilities, and less of the back bitting!
01/12/2006
16:12
guru11: I take the point being made by both Arthurly and Mrs Robinson. Products are largely rebadged, but it is encouraging that DVS is not just sticking with MP3 players that they are broadening their range, which may help their future. Can some of their buyers really be bothered in going to the far east direct, after all it could be a lot of hassle, and they can buy locally from DVS here in England rather than in China. Sorry to see even after todays announcements that DVS share price is still under pressure with a bid price now of 4.75p and an offer price of 5.125p Has still not been a good week for the DVS share price as I believe that the bid price last Monday was 5.3p.
10/11/2006
11:07
guru11: It has been a general drift in price, no big selling as a fair chunk is held in fixed hadnds, but there has been constant private investor selling even though in small amounts. But then with a lot of most small stocks after results once the hipe has passed investors move on to the next stock for potential profits. MM dont like to see constant selling by private investors, and are on smaller stocks very price sensitive to dropping normal market online sizes to sell, and in being quick to react to any supply or demand in stock. Some try to hold the price as long as possible before then a rapid correction in price, other MM just gradually go with the flow of buyers or sellers. The only problem I can see with my forecasts are 1. dilution which at worse should be no more than 20%, and 2. higher interest costs through having to - or did they at all - borrow any more funds. I believe that management are very wise and are no fools to finance, where a lot of other companies loose the plot of rapid increasing sales. With turnover - The turnover is very much weighted in the second half. Last year 2nd half turnover was double that of the first half. This year we have seen some big orders - and they are wanted by Christmas, so they will be counted in with the second half turnover. Gross profit if turnover is £15m cant be too far out counting on margins of 16.7%, although these are obviously subject to change, but the higher the turnover the higher the margins should be, unless they are under pressure to increase margins to gain sales, but going on the past they have alwasys been above 14%. The admin. costs have not move to much in the past, the biggest quesion is the interest charges and other costs could be a bit suspect / low. Looking optimistically at turnover at £18m eps could be as high as 1.77p. We see how share price can react to good news. DVS share price has been very much clouded by cash flow problems, which has been the main cause of the drop of late. Punters are not looking at the positives at present, and results are 4 months away which does not help, so they are moving out of DVS somewhere else. Bid price has just moved up from 5.25p to 5.33p and nms from 10k to 25k to sell.
18/10/2006
15:34
guru11: I think that RedAngel and Ginger posts some valuable posts here on DVS, and others here should take them as read as it is not in anyone's interest to post duff information. DVS share price is struggling at present as we all know, but this may be due to the weakness of the sector and partly due to the over reaction to worries about cash flow, but I personally have confidence in the management in not stringing us along and in giving true information out as their record over the last 2 1/2 years does speak for itself and should well continue. Also I believe sentiment will change, but we all realise with sentiment that this may not happen overnight, and may take 5 to 6 months or even longer, but when it does change we will look back at and realise what a cheap price it is at present.
13/10/2006
15:16
guru11: Not surprised that there are now more posts here, as the price drops and the number of trades rise. Overall it has been another bad week for DVS share price the bid starting at 5.5p now dropping to 4.85p, (offer price being 5.12p) per penny drop that must mean a 4 figure paper loss to some of us. For a successful company the writing on the wall to top up, is all too clear at these levels - the stock is not just cheap it is a steal..
04/10/2006
21:48
guru11: Believe that DVS share price will from now on gain strength. It may be a hard slog but we will see the price now recover bit by bit. Some more news and it could add another 1/2p. I'd rather a chap I know, didn't go into DVS, cause he would be buying cheaper than I did, make more money than me, and is already well healed, and DVS is a sure winner at these prices. Still that is life. I am staying in shares longer now. I was in Tolent at 30p but didn't stay long enough, now over £2, the same with QXL. A learning curve, but at a cost. A better day today with DVS. After the rollover of 120k was it, could the MM mark the stock up tomorrow at 6.0 / 6.25p, they must be thinking about it. Tomorrow could be the last time to buy at 6p.
20/9/2006
10:04
guru11: The thing is if DVS makes 1p eps this year and one take Amstrad as being on a pe if 8.6 then DVS share price is worth 8.75p. It depends how ones value DVS prospective share price, even though in that price there is nothing in it for its future growth prospects.
03/8/2006
13:32
arsey: increase of .25 nt going to affect dvs share price i would expect a protected sell to show later.
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