Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gama Aviation LSE:GMAA London Ordinary Share GB00B3ZP1526 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +8.00p +3.72% 223.00p 220.00p 226.00p 223.00p 215.00p 215.00p 60,521.00 16:03:37
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Transportation 236.0 6.9 18.7 11.9 95.88

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26/3/2017
09:20
Gama Aviation Daily Update: Gama Aviation is listed in the Industrial Transportation sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GMAA. The last closing price for Gama Aviation was 215p.
Gama Aviation 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 42,994,442 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Gama Aviation is £95,877,605.66.
24/3/2017
13:42
rivaldo: Yep, good to see some relatively small buying having an impact on the share price - hopefully Monday will wake the market up to this company and its prospects.
13/3/2017
07:51
czar: rivaldo, apologies for slight off topic but the situation that occurred here is identical to what has created a mis-pricing of Stride Gaming. Have you looked at this one? My post this morning Note the appointment of Shore this morning. My take is the Company is not happy with Canaccord, there has been a big seller sitting on this stock for months. Stride keep delivering and the share price should be well over 300p but a seller has continued to drip stock into the market. This reminds me very much of Gama Aviation that suffered a similar fate last year. Sadly it happens to illiquid AIM stocks. But that creates opportunity in my book. There has been some big volume over the last couple of weeks and I reckon that is Shore earning their stripes. When the overhang has gone this will be a great opportunity imho.
16/1/2017
14:13
paleje: Agreed someuwin it's a good place to be. With ref to ST, who czar mentioned, he stated in his column today that he will be updating GMAA amongst others soon, I can only see it as being positive for the share price as their situation is better now than when he last covered them in Oct and he was bullish enough then:- "Finally, I am carrying out extensive equity research on my 2017 Bargain Shares Portfolio at the moment ahead of its publication on Friday 3 February. I will publish updates on a number of other companies in due course that have also reported trading updates recently including: high street retailer Moss Bros (MOSB); privately owned aircraft operatorGama Aviation (GMAA); stockbroker and fund manager Walker Crips(WCW); pawnbroker H&T (HAT); retail software company K3 Business Technology (KBT); and Mind + Machines (MMX), a service provider in the domain name industry and one focused on the new top-level domain space."
19/12/2016
15:23
corrientes: Marwan Khalek quickly responded to an email I sent him recently expressing my concerns about the question of financial transparency and the steep decline in the share price.I also mentioned that certain small but high profile companies had ended up as disasters, and effectively said that if absolute transparency was not forthcoming, it might send the wrong message to the market. Nothing new, but he did mention that the mid- January update would provide further clarification on the numbers. The company is also obviously disappointed with the share price performance,but he did say it will communicate with investors as frequently and as clearly as possible. If these numbers are finally accepted, then hopefully the present share price will soon be a distant memory.
14/12/2016
11:50
rivaldo: No probs paleje. Interesting comment in Artemis VCT's results just out today. They hold GMAA, which is unsurprisingly one of their poorest performers. However, they have this to say: Http://www.investegate.co.uk/artemis-vct-plc--aam-/rns/annual-financial-report/201612141108218403R/ "We have in the past used periods of share price weakness to add to holdings, retaining a belief in the long-term potential of the company. Having increased our holding throughout the course of 2010 and 2011, Cohort is probably the best example of the approach of adding to a holding when prices are weak. We have also done this with Fulcrum Utility Services and Pressure Technologies. Unfortunately, the new VCT rules - which place a restriction on the age of companies - no longer allow this. If they had, we would have added to Anpario and Gama Aviation, which were the poorest contributors to performance over the last 12 months."
14/12/2016
09:43
rivaldo: Paleje, I've found the CFO (Kevin Godley) to be responsive in the past, if very careful in what he says. It's coming up to the year end though, so he may feel somewhat constrained: [email protected]ation.com I'm convinced that this is simply down to an institutional seller who's been following a particularly ineffective selldown programme for whatever reason, with others following due to stoplosses being breached, suspicions due to the price markdown etc. I may of course be completely wrong! Even if results come in 20% below expectations, which remain at 26.7p EPS as consensus from two separate analysts, that would still give 20p+ EPS. With a trading update due next month we've not long to wait. In view of the share price, if I were GMAA I'd be strongly minded to issue a trading statement as quickly as possible. Perhaps others here could email the two addresses above asking for a trading statement pronto to put a little pressure on.
06/12/2016
15:44
paleje: Fair point rHatton it's certainly frustrating, it's alright talking a great game to the media but it flies in the face of what the share price is saying. I emailed him Friday but no answer, wouldn't be unreasonable to aknowledge a seller if they know of one or 'know of no reason' comment if they don't. The share price hasn't plunged, which often triggers BoD reponses, but it has relentlessly eroded which, if their statements are true, is illogical and I think management have some responsibility to comment on continual contrary share price movement. Clearly Mr K does not. So far:)
26/8/2016
08:36
rivaldo: Apologies paleje, and many thanks - I hate crossed posts! Here's your extract from ST's tip again so it's not missed: Http://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/2016/08/25/comment/simon-thompson/priced-to-gain-altitude-CV14u04WGlap4a9dma403N/article.html "The bottom line is that with the share price on the floor, and the rating so low, I feel that the risks are more than balanced by the potential for Gama to outperform my most bearish assumptions, and ones that not even city analysts are making. Reassuringly, the share price seems to have found a floor at the 150p level and looks poised to stage a rally from heavily oversold conditions. And that’s why I rate Gama’s shares a trading buy at 165p ahead of the first half results due out next month. My initial price target is 220p, and if that is surpassed the next technical resistance level is the 250p support level that gave way in late May".
26/8/2016
08:24
paleje: ST tipped these yesterday, I can't paste the whole article but his summary:- The bottom line is that with the share price on the floor, and the rating so low, I feel that the risks are more than balanced by the potential for Gama to outperform my most bearish assumptions, and ones that not even city analysts are making. Reassuringly, the share price seems to have found a floor at the 150p level and looks poised to stage a rally from heavily oversold conditions. And that’s why I rate Gama’s shares a trading buy at 165p ahead of the first half results due out next month. My initial price target is 220p, and if that is surpassed the next technical resistance level is the 250p support level that gave way in late May. http://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/2016/08/25/comment/simon-thompson/priced-to-gain-altitude-CV14u04WGlap4a9dma403N/article.html
15/4/2016
16:22
rivaldo: No probs chasbas. IMO there's usually absolutely no relevance from share price movements to actual trading. PEG this week announced trading ahead of expectations and an acquisition - the market had absolutely no expectation built in for this. Again, CAR's share price bore no relation to its recent excellent trading statement and prospects. There are many, many examples. I say usually, though sometimes a continuous and long-term decline is too much to ignore and does presage a poor statement. GMAA's share price chart is basically level over the last two years, and its illiquidity works both ways - hopefully the trading statement will see a sharp re-rating upwards.
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