Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Eurovestech LSE:EVT London Ordinary Share GB0002292810 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% 6.75p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 13.3 -4.9 -1.4 - 22.41

Eurovestech Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
05/12/2014
12:28
Mangal any chance you could put company website and broker links in the header please? Http://www.eurovestech.co.uk Broker Http://lmmx.co.uk/companies/profile/eurovestech-plc/
praipus
15/8/2014
13:16
Seen KLBT holding RNS? EVT reducing from over 20% to 11.48% http://uk.advfn.com/news/UKREG/2014/article/63273898 Cash back perhaps?
praipus
14/7/2014
18:28
Thanks Kenmitch.
praipus
10/7/2014
17:53
Praipus. Holding EVT in a nominee account shouldn't be a problem if you want to sell. BUT sales are on a matched bargain basis. When I last checked the shares had been traded at 7p which is way below what I think the price would be now if EVT was still on AIM. There has been a lot of good news including the successful Kalibrate IPO, and that one actually featured as THE main buy in the March edition of Small Company Share Watch. (If you know nothing about SCSW, their portfolio has risen 13 fold from £50000 in 2001 to £674,000 to early June. Over the same period the FTSE100 has risen 20% and the FTSE All Share 36%. In addition to Kalibrate there has been other good news including recently from old favourite Toluna. Details are on their website. So though it is a real pain that the shares are no longer on AIM, if you can afford to do so, why not continue to hold, and hope for further good news, rather than sell at around half NAV?. EVT has loads of cash too and might return some of it to shareholders. Also another IPO for one of their investee companies is on the cards.
kenmitch
10/7/2014
10:17
Has anyone tried selling their holding since leaving AIM? Has anybody got their holding in a nominee account and been able to sell?
praipus
31/3/2014
16:39
I agree. There's only one thing worse than being on AIM: not being on AIM!
sbs
11/3/2014
20:49
Yes, decent profits. But weren't they making £1 million a good while ago? That was for the combined KSS it's true and before the retail side was sold. The rating is high, but then so it was for Toluna when Toluna was quoted, so maybe there is more upside to come. I still wish EVT were on AIM. It might well be best for them to be off it, but its not so good for their loyal long term investors.
kenmitch
11/3/2014
07:46
ken: Kalibrate RNS today: Underlying* profit before tax up by 70% to $1.6 million (H1 2013: $0.9 million)
etarip
10/3/2014
15:57
Some pricing info here HTTP://lmmx.co.uk/companies/profile/eurovestech-plc/
praipus
10/3/2014
11:24
Glad to know I am not alone.
etarip
10/3/2014
09:04
I've got some too :-)
sbs
10/3/2014
08:36
ken Are you and I the only PIs still holding this share?
etarip
10/3/2014
08:19
Kalibrate was the main tip in Small Company Share Watch Magazine. They have a very good record and their main tips often get heavily marked up. But 20% mark up seems a bit excessive!
kenmitch
10/3/2014
08:12
Kalibrate up over 20% today
etarip
09/2/2014
21:59
Err yes there is: Http://www.eurovestech.co.uk/index.php?pgid=81&newsid=338 EDIT your right this is for 2013....hmmm
praipus
09/2/2014
18:19
No AGM notice on website as yet
rj allen
07/2/2014
22:14
jag62 the website is uptodate: Http://www.eurovestech.co.uk
praipus
07/2/2014
20:45
Jag - the price has slowly risen from around 6.75p to around 8p over the last year, so theoretically your shares are worth about 300 quid. Of course in a matched bargain market you may find it tricky to sell a small quantity just as you would a very large amount, just depends who might be fishing around.
tanners
03/2/2014
21:39
i am new to this i bought 4000 shares in 2000 put them away in my drawer got them out today for got all about what are they worth to day are they worth keeping
jag 62
05/12/2013
10:32
Many thanks for that information. Hadn't thought of the obvious and Googling, because I had assumed the management changes would have appeared as a news item on the EVT website. Interesting that they didn't.........unless I've missed that too. This is my first experience trying to keep tabs on a non quoted company.Wondering whether it is worth the hassle. 8p is better than 7p but IF NAV really is around 16p and bearing in mind the extra £5 million they got from the KALIBRATE IPO, then even if Toluna is written down, the share looks too cheap. Will give it a bit longer unless anyone spots any news to suggest that is not a good idea. Or preferably new good news on Toluna or maxifier.
kenmitch
04/12/2013
09:53
If you tap in maxifier into google alerts you can see management changes. Given they have gone through a couple of changes I would guess that's down to things not working out. EVT is all really about Toluna. Ive had a look at companies house to see how its performing but its a bit tricky trying to gauge how its going. My own view is I doubt there will be an uplift and more likely than not a write down given the valuation it went off market at was quite punchy. Its trading at 8 on jp jenkins btw
horndean eagle
03/12/2013
19:06
Very interesting Horndean Eagle. I now find it difficult to find such information. Since EVT left AIM I've tended to base whether or not EVT is still worth holding on news from EVT themselves and also comment from Simon Thompson, Investors Chronicle Companies Editor. He is generally very good at spotting undervalued shares and reckons, with NAV at around 16p, that EVT is seriously undervalued. But I accept that's not a good way to decide whether an investment is worth holding or buying. You say the portfolio "doesn't look in great shape." Are you able to say how you know that ,and if information in the public domain, where to find it? Obviously if you are right, then Maxifier is unlikely to join Kalibrate on AIM fairly soon. So then EVT investors are reliant on Kalibrate doing well (perhaps helped by a tipsheet like SCSW or Techinvest covering the Company) but after that by substantial increase in profits thanks to new investment,and also Toluna for any chance of being able to sell the shares much above the current price.... 7p I think.
kenmitch
03/12/2013
17:07
Generally the portfolio doesn't look in great shape. Kalibrate was sold on a lower valuation than in last set of accounts. Maxifier has had another change of management which suggests its not doing great. Toluna is the key and its difficult to gauge how thats bearing up. Im hoping they look to wind up. Otherwise going to be a long long haul.
horndean eagle
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