Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gresham Tech LSE:GHT London Ordinary Share GB0008808825 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +6.00p +4.03% 155.00p 150.00p 160.00p 155.00p 149.00p 149.00p 37,588.00 13:13:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 14.8 1.6 3.1 50.3 103.36

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22/1/2017
08:20
Gresham Tech Daily Update: Gresham Tech is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GHT. The last closing price for Gresham Tech was 149p.
Gresham Tech has a 4 week average price of 143.71p and a 12 week average price of 123.67p.
The 1 year high share price is 163.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 86p.
There are currently 66,684,518 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 67,298 shares. The market capitalisation of Gresham Tech is £103,361,002.90.
12/1/2017
10:33
gottafly: Not a great share volume yesterday, only 60k, and only a single trade today so far, so no overnight instructions. iii are showing a bid offer spread of 149-155, it seems there is a determined effort to keep the share price at or below the 150p mark. Also the share volume over the last few days has hardly been large and has been dominated by lots of small trades, presumably small private investors. How easy (not very I guess) would it be to acquire a sizeable number of shares, say 250k plus, surely an institution would require at least this amount. Now that Cantor have published their report and BUY note at 180p, how will they service their client base and get them into the share. A mate of a mate said that they had been approached to sell 500k, that may or may not be true but it certainly didn't go through the market. So no big volume trade since the escaling share price this year, is this yet another GHT conundrum, or are all the big investors simply staying put? dd, have you any thoughts on this, since your knowledge seems to be pretty extensive.
11/1/2017
10:34
schytalk: amt, sorry but I strongly disagree with you. Yes the results were just about ok but the share price was significantly under what it should have been in my view. As always DYOR but this share price is about where it should be but if it goes to the Cantor 180p perhaps that is another matter. As always seems to be the case with GHT, the information (little though that is) seems to be confusing. Richard Holway/Techinvest are very supportive and I heard it said that GHT has never been in better shape, the Capital Markets Day presentation seems to confirm that view - enthusiastic and dare I say almost bullish. Slide 27 shows expected CTC software revenues for 2016 to be in excess of 5.5 million which is way above the reported 4.7 million, how come? So in the final quarter, has £800k really gone 'missing' and remember that GHT have been prudent in their forecasts/figures over the last couple of years, so making the numbers and no more should not come as a surprise. I surmise that this is a revenue recognition issue coupled with continued prudence, I don't believe we are talking about lost sales here. Some £200k of this expected revenue was for Clareti Loan Control of which there is no specific mention in the trading update. I also suspect that the signing of the insurance contract in December (and the circa £400k revenue recognition) has provided scope for deferral of other revenues such as the 'milestone' revenue from the North American Tier 1 bank. My view is that Gresham is now a well established niche player and that the current share price and forecasts reflect this. So on this basis we can expect solid growth in the region of 15% (as per Cantor) rather than stellar performance. However, as a Fintech outfit and with all the opportunities that surround the payments industry then GHT could really break into the big time, we shall see. Unless GHT change their communication strategy, remember it is under review, then we will have to wait until the full report is published on the week of March 13th.
08/1/2017
09:20
gottafly: inforprofit, the meaning of the low bid for the 100k shares is pretty simple I think. N1 had demand, knew they could sell them and make a profit. Brokers are a bit like the tax man, a necessarily requirement but they have the same objective, they want their slice of the pie. Still yet another little indication that there are 'those in the know' and I remain very uncomfortable as regards the share price movements, as someone said it always seems to move for no real reason, ususally prior to an announcement. GHT have not helped with their communication strategy, or rather the lack of it, but I see no advantage to GHT in having a too low (or too high) SP, it is however an opportunity for others to make money. I am still mystified that the share price did not move following the C24 acquisition although it had been steadily rising prior to. If the current price hike had happened with the C24 announcement I could understand it but it seems to have needed the Cantor note (and BUY at 180p) to spotlight the share. As always DYOR.
04/1/2017
11:53
double double: Not a technician by any means but apparently its a good idea for the share price to retest "gaps" before going up again. This occured by the share price crossing 125p on 30 Dec. In any case its always good for healthy retraces to happen. "Gaps usually represent important areas of support or resistance. A Gap Up will indicate different situations based on the context in which it was formed. A Gap Up in an uptrend may indicate a previous level of resistance has been broken and now forms a support level. A Gap Up in a downtrend may indicate an end to, or a reversal of, the prior downtrend. Gaps provide an indication of a financial instrument's SHORT-TERM outlook."
30/12/2016
08:43
double double: An analyst his salt would have not only met the company but also sought some reassurances about current expected figures especially when Cantor's report came out mid December. I am also confident they have won more contracts than those 2. Remember they dont announce all client wins, and at one point we thought they had stopped announcing any client wins. Perhaps they had let it slip those client wins to Ashton and have been forced to announcement them. But I have said before, only Gresham know why they released those announcements. Gresham share price has always moved up or down ahead of good or bad results / trading announcements. So far its positive.
18/12/2016
21:08
double double: I have never seen so many weekend postings here. Hopefully the last announcement was not meant to indicate how the company has performed over the last 4 months. July/August update tucked away inside the interims did show some client wins in H2. I have no doubt there are other wins in the last 4 months we have yet to know about. Only GHT know why this one has been singled out. GHT share price reacts well in advance and so far it is not crashing but stagnant, we are only a couple of weeks away from YE. My frustration is their policy on announcements and how it could create confusion. And it has.
07/12/2016
09:28
inforprofit: Nice to see an up tick in the share price yesterday, happened on very thin volume, anyone with any ideas, not that I am complaining. I went to a Barclays SME seminar yesterday and it was very enlightening. It was of course a pitch for business and I (for my sins) have been a Barclays customer for many years. Apart from the usual stuff of how Barclays can help, commercial lending, international trade, card payments, combating cyber crime - there was a pitch on the post Brexit conditions, a market forecast, digital training and what turned out to be the star of the show Open API banking. Sorry for the jargon but apparently the PSD2 (which will enable such things as banking/loan price comparisons like we have for insurance, now it provides access to your personal banking data to a third party) is coming next year, together with the purely UK initiative of the Open Bank Working Group (OBWG) which has far higher ambitions as regards the sharing/use of bank data to support cloud based applications. Barclays offer a SmartBusiness service which enable you to see analytics about your account including information on direct competitors, I suspect this is a bit rudimentary at the moment and of course is limited to Barclays client information. The OBWG open API really comes into play when used with the location services of your mobile phone because this provides the exact location for an event/payment. For example, it will therefore be possible to produce a cloud application which can show spending in real time at a location such as a shopping centre/sports complex, instead of looking at footfall you will actually be able to see what is actually being spent, I am still trying to get my head around this. What was made clear is that it is simply not just a case of publishing an API, your data has to be up to date, accurate and appropriate for the current purpose. The problem is that we capture so much data, nearly all of which is unstructured, that finding the information to answer a specific query is troublesome. In other words we have Big Data and some serious challenges in the management there of. It seems to me that with the acquisition of C24 (payments messaging/connectivity) and GHT CTC technology - this whole thing could be huge for GHT, any thoughts anyone? I am in danger of getting very excited here. Just thought I would also share what Barclays say is the state of the economy, overall pretty good and with the outlook for 2017 set to be modest (sub 2%) growth. There are regional variances, currently the most buoyant economy is apparently the East Midlands (London is second) and the lowest is the South West, but all are in positive territory. They also said that in this region (South East) new account establishment was strong and that following Brexit no client had withdrawn/dropped planned investments/borrowing. I think that should give us all for encouragement.
05/12/2016
08:42
schytalk: richjp As regards your recent post of 23rd Nov and lack of news, I had a chat with a fellow GHT shareholder over the weekend and we both agreed that things were very quiet on the news front, with no new signing announcements. According to his research GHT felt it was no longer required (or even resonable) to announce new deals and that they were past this stage in their growth plans! He went on to say that the C24 acquisition; apart from gaining further technology and technological skill, doubled the banking customer base and that this was now a Who's Who of the banking industry, so the sales model was now largely selling to an existing customer base. He also felt that the name change, to Technologies, was more than just symbolic and was a landmark event for the new Gresham. Whilst this all sounded great (and supports my own hopes/view), I pointed out that the immediate result was a stagnating share price with no growth over the last 12 months despite the apparent significant leap forwards in the company progress/prospects. He replied, a small price to pay and a little more patience will be well rewarded. We shall see.
23/11/2016
09:02
schytalk: noble3r Share volume with Gresham is a tricky one to evaluate since the vast majority of shares (76.23% have 3% or more according to the 2015 annual report) are held by institutions/large private investors. So the amount of truly 'free' stock is less than 25% and I think this is shrinking all the time because new 'major players' are appearing such as Richard Griffiths. Volumes do sometimes spike and this is clearly when a large block of shares is traded but due to the way the shares are held this is uncommon. So what does all this tell us, well there is no rush to sell shares out there because there is no real volume. Equally, the share does not appear to be rated as a 'buy' again because there is no real volume. If you did want to acquire a sizeable number this would require a large number of individual trades which would likely drive the price upwards. So buying and selling small numbers is pretty easy and this is exactly what is happening. Overall it seems that the share is perceived as a 'hold'. I still remain positive but as always DYOR. The share price is effectively unchanged over the last year, yet I believe that significant progress has been made so Gresham is a far better and stronger company but as yet the share price does not reflect that. The acquisition of C24, the Risktech 100 award all bode well for the future. A price of 150p, especially given the Brexit devalution, is a more accurate figure in my view. richjp I agree it would be nice to have a trading update but as I have expressed on here before I think Gresham want to move away from regular RNS news (for every deal) and to settle into a more normal (for a larger company) reporting pattern. Further I believe we have already had a trading update as part of the C24 acquisition announcement:- Highlights of the Acquisition are set out below: Expected to be earnings enhancing in the first full year and represents the first acquisition for the Company as part of its strategy for Clareti-led growth. Doubles the Group’s customer base by adding a further 35 recurring annuity-based customers in the Company’s target financial services markets in the UK, Europe, North America and Japan. Acquires proven technology that will enable the Group’s flagship Clareti platform to connect to industry standard financial messaging networks thereby expanding the market opportunity for the Group’s Clareti products. Brings a development team with deep experience in real time data management solutions which will ensure continuity of support for C24 customers and adds capacity to accelerate the Group’s development and innovation roadmap. Acquires additional, as yet un-commercialised, intellectual property that complements the Group’s fast data management development activities. The above all looks very positive to me and has the potential in my view to create a step change in the business.
09/7/2016
15:56
jadeticl3: I have a big stake in GSK. These shares have moved up significantly since the Brexit vote. The story is that much of GSK's revenue comes from abroad and when this is brought back into UK, with the GBP so low compared with dollar etc., it now translates to significantly higher numbers. This appears to be well accepted so share price has move from £12-60 )ish) to £16-50 (ish) in this short space of time, and analysts are forecasting it to go higher. I ask myself, is not the same true of GHT? Does this company not also earn much of its revenues abroad? Is what is true of GSK also true of GHT? So why has the share price of GHT not moved upwards? Can someone see what is different between these 2 companies such that one has moved up rapidly and the other not at all? What am I not seeing?
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