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|Anyone with the slightest bit of curiosity as to cpx might have usefully bought them on 6 Jan. Have a look at the price today! This is a company with great technology now becoming commercial. Ironically it is similar to HDD in some respects -it joined AIM around 9 years ago and then gently fell away.It had decent technology and products but the potential buyers (customers) were not ready.But that is now changing and it has signed licences with two global electronics companies and there is plenty more to come.The main difference is that it has not issued so many shares as HDD.|
|Meijiman - thanks for drawing attention to the Fenner statement today. Very interesting. FWIW I don't think the massive downturn in the O&G sector is an 'excuse' rather the 'reason' Hardides revenues have struggled. I don't think that's in doubt is it?
And Hardide, to be fair, have already acknowledged they see signs of modest recovery in the O&G sector.|
|I was having a read of Fenner's statement today. They noted an upturn in their oil and gas business. Will be interesting to see what HDD say when they no longer have this excuse as a get out of jail card.|
|Unfortunately I'm watching and waiting with an average of 2p.|
|Well I'm pleased for you if you are making money here. Yes stop losses would have been advisable no doubt about it. Still everyone makes investing mistakes. I'm sure most people here have an average entry point somewhat higher than 0.72p.
The company implied that aerospace orders were just round the corner -two years later no news.|
|Well I agree it's been an unsuccessful investment for you but not for me. I haven't required any patience so far! Only been invested a couple of months and with an average of 0.72 hardly a disaster is it?
Although I read your posts (you might come up with something new) they are extremely repetitive and frankly largely irrelevant now.
Oh, and next time, do yourself a favour and set a 10/20% stop loss limit eh?|
|Well done Dozey- I'm sure your investment skills mirror your name.|
|I have not done badly out of Hardide. It has involved lots of buying and selling though!|
|Dibs61 - the filter button is extremely useful.|
|I'm happy to give it a rest though glad you agree its an unsuccessful investment.
I have a chump change holding in this which in contrast to most of my other stuff is failing dismally. Your patience must be infinite if you are content with progress here. I bet the Russian bloke can't believe it -must be like having a job in the old Soviet Union.
The sad thing for any investor who has been here along time is that they have been diluted so much there will never be any meaningful capital appreciation.
I suspect most holders have forgotten about this or washed their hands of it.|
|Wonder how long it will be before the meijiman diatribe gives it a rest. Point made. A million times. Boring.|
|Wonder how long it will be before the Hardide begging bowl is dusted down in order to tap shareholders?|
|Well done to the HDD management for their wonderful achievements in 2016.
The stock market moves to an all time high. The HDD share price moves to an all time low.How you can get away with this is incredible -must be ten years now.
What does 2017 have in store I wonder?|
|No surprises unfortunately, so back to sleep for a few months. Progress in the US is pleasing, and that is surely where the breakthrough will come, Airbus notwithstanding.|
|Does anyone know what the O&G v 'the rest' revenue split is?|
greg the grinch
|Pitiful stuff. Their main achievement seems to be getting a placing away at 0.8p.|
|Year End Results out on Monday morning. The following extract from trading update in Oct:
"The Company expects to report preliminary year-end results that are in line with current market expectations with H2 seeing an improvement over H1, as projected at the time of the interim results. There are signs of a slow recovery from oil and gas markets, both from existing customers and from new opportunities. Our progress towards gaining aerospace business following Airbus technical approval is on-track and is looking positive across a range of applications for Airbus and other customers."
Important takeaways from the above:
Historical Results will be poor - as market has already priced in so this will not be a surprise to market "in line with current market expectations"
H2 will see an improvement - this is likely to continue into current year?
"Signs of a slow recovery in O&G" - currently a key market for HDD - since the trading update OPEC cut has happened so recovery secured?
Positive progress towards securing Aerospace business with Aerobus specifically mentioned - could we get a further update here? I would expect to.
Will the production move to US suggest the start of deals obtained from the much larger US market?
The Trump effect to be positive for HDD business?
These are just pointers and nothing in the bag - yet - but Monday could see the start of the worm turning and a recovery IMO|
|A mainstream aerospace contract with all the testing and certification that goes with it will tick a lot of boxes for potential new customers.|
|Would have thought with their US plant up and running they will be having serious discussions with Boeing too, along with a plethora of top engineering cos. Will be interesting to see, and I'm not ditching my holding anytime soon.|
|Not sure they will necessarily be in a position to provide a "detailed update" but an indication will suffice for now, notwithstanding a firm announcement. No matter, I'm not a T20 merchant. I can sit and hold now having secured a very satisfying price.|
|Yes no doubt they will be giving a detailed update on this matter. They raised money on the back of it.|
|Let's put a question out there? LTH's take a deep breath ;)
Why would Aerobus work in collaboration with Hardide for 8 years on alternative to HCP and then go elsewhere for an inferior product. Why would they not go ahead with an order for the tested and approved Hardide product which meets new EU regulations coming into effect next Sept 2017. The clock is ticking. Wouldn't think they (Aerobus) will delay much longer. Lots of new Aerobuses to build after the HCP ban takes effect! Roughly 700 planes a year I believe from my research. That translates into something like £7m Rev pa for HDD. Which would blow their previous growth rates out the water.|
|Added another 100k at 84p,|