Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
I-Design LSE:IDG London Ordinary Share GB00B1Z7SF38 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 60.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 3.3 0.2 1.8 33.3 8.54

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26/9/2016
09:20
I-Design Daily Update: I-Design is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IDG. The last closing price for I-Design was 60p.
I-Design 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 14,235,437 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of I-Design is £8,541,262.20.
13/2/2013
17:09
davidosh: tara7....I am sure you did say that in September 2011 but the share price was 60p at that time so anyone who bought and held on has suffered massive paper losses until the bid was announced today at Errrr 60p. That is a staggeringly poor return whilst I and many others have had far safer investments that have delivered 40% growth and with dividends in many cases too. You are taking great risk with the penny share punts and so only fair to show all your recommendations and how they have done rather than being selective. If more than say 30% have gone bust then you are really just playing roulette.
13/2/2013
13:09
tara7: Look at PTO today another sofware company that has what others want. Look out for a bid way over the share price on that stock. The directors will not sell for anything under £8.00 in my view.
20/12/2012
17:40
david77: I thought it was a pretty positive RNS so surprised to see the share price fall.
24/9/2012
08:48
tanneg: Some good news at last but share price hasn't responded much!
29/3/2012
16:04
rivaldo: Hi GHF, good to see you buying in here. I'm still here, but haven't bothered looking at the thread for a while. The posts above say it all really. The share price has had a good climb from 15p or so and presumably some have not unreasonably taken profits. I can see the price at some point being multiples of the current price given that it's a global and easily scaleable product, but for the moment the share price is flat and is news-driven as others have said. It wouldn't take much news flow to send it back up to 60p or a lot more, especially given the £6m m/cap. As you say, a trading statement is likely at any time.
02/3/2012
15:37
johncsimpson: I haven't posted on this thread before, so hands up, this is a motivated by a degree of defensive, self-interest and placed here because it's unlikely to be spotted by someone I'm having an argument/discussion with on another board. But it is relevant to the share price – will explain. IDG was tipped in RHPS back in Sept 2011 (bid then 48 – offer 49) but has since done little one way or the other. Now I'm a fan of RHPS and I'm also a chartist and trader. My charts show IDG is due for some forward movement (MACD, stoch and momentum all looking good and yes a possible though weak, IMO, double bottom) and RHPS is due it's monthly issue later today. I added to this morning and also yesterday thereby doubling up on the shares I bought in late January - I'm showing a 4% overall loss on paper. RHPS gets a lot of bad press (you can see some posts on AVN from earlier today which are by no means unique) but I'd be surprised if IDG isn't mentioned in the March issue which means it should go up on Monday morning. So fingers crossed and GLA.
24/1/2012
12:00
rivaldo: Arbuthnot retain their 90p valuation and Strong Buy rating this morning: "i-design* Strong Buy IDG.L / 48.50p / £6.8m / TP: 90p Event: AGM i-design's AGM statement says trading had been in line with management expectations in the first three months. The securing of the contract in Canada, through IBM, ensured a strong performance in software sales. With joono opening up further possible contract wins we believe that i-design has the potential to build two significant profit streams in software licences and advertising revenues from the existing base within the next three-five years. We maintain our EV/sales-derived 90p target price and view the current share price as a buying opportunity. Strong Buy."
17/1/2012
09:54
rivaldo: Bargain time here now imho. Arbuthnot had this to say on Monday in their morning update - note the AGM update coming next Tuesday: "Monday 16 January i-design* Strong Buy IDG.L / 48.50p / £6.8m / TP: 90p Event: Other Likely % change in earnings forecasts: No Change During calendar 2011 i-design's share price responded very positively to the improving trading momentum in FY2011. On the back of achieving maiden profitability (substantially ahead of earlier expectations) this culminated in the share price touching 67p (its IPO price in 2007). Since then the share price has fallen back to 49.5p despite the current year getting off to a good start with the announcement of a major contract win in Canada secured via its partner IBM. The next calendar event is the AGM on 24 January, at which we look forward to receiving a further update on trading. In our view, i-design has the potential to build two significant profit streams in software licences and advertising revenues from the existing base. We maintain our EV/sales-derived 90p target price and view the current share price as a buying opportunity. Strong Buy."
01/12/2011
08:00
rivaldo: :o)) Results RNS just out, and it reads very well, exactly as IDG have flagged: http://www.investegate.co.uk/Article.aspx?id=201112010700161147T Note that H2 alone produced a £211k PBT. Annualised - with no growth - that's £422k PBT. Allowing for what should be very good growth given the new contracts, a projected profit of say £750k PBT this year would give almost 5.5p EPS. At IDG's rate of growth that would easily support a 90p share price, particularly with net cash etc.
22/7/2011
15:15
rivaldo: Growth Company Investor says "speculative buy" - not really very speculative any more. And are IDG really an "Advertising for cash points venture"? Hmmmmm :o)) http://www.growthcompany.co.uk/news/1642603/idesign-encourages-with-update.thtml "I-design encourages with update 22/07/2011 Ben Jaglom Advertising for cash points venture i-design (IDG) has issued an update in which it notes that it expects full year losses to be lower than market expectations. The AIM-quoted concern reported that since the interim results released in June 'the positive revenue trend has continued into the second half of the year' adding that this 'upward momentum' is likely to lead to a loss before tax that will be 'significantly ahead of market expectations.' It has been a strong year for i-design which has reported a number of contract wins with customers including Barclays and cash point operator Cardtronics, with the share price having more than doubled as a result. In an interview with Growth Company Investor finance director Ian Sunter remarked that the company's 'growing momentum' has pushed it forward this year, adding that 'we are now executing much better at closing deals.' This year's launch of its joono technology was also mentioned as being key to having improved its prospects, adding that the contract win with Cardtronics had increased its overseas footprint. Analysts at Arbuthnot lifted their loss before tax forecast for the year to September 2011 from a loss of £240,000 to a loss of £140,000 on sales forecasts that have been increased from £3 million to £3.2 million. Recommended by Growth Company Investor this May at 30.5p and again this July at 41.5p the shares currently trade at 52.5p. Having grown impressively this year amidst a recovery in its markets we think shares in i-design could well have further to go as its customer base grows, and with it recurring revenues. We therefore retain our speculative buy rating. i-design (IDG) has issued an update in which it notes that it expects full year losses to be lower than market expectations. The AIM-quoted concern reported that since the interim results released in June 'the positive revenue trend has continued into the second half of the year' adding that this 'upward momentum' is likely to lead to a loss before tax that will be 'significantly ahead of market expectations.' It has been a strong year for i-design which has reported a number of contract wins with customers including Barclays and cash point operator Cardtronics, with the share price having more than doubled as a result. In an interview with Growth Company Investor finance director Ian Sunter remarked that the company's 'growing momentum' has pushed it forward this year, adding that 'we are now executing much better at closing deals.' This year's launch of its joono technology was also mentioned as being key to having improved its prospects, adding that the contract win with Cardtronics had increased its overseas footprint. Analysts at Arbuthnot lifted their loss before tax forecast for the year to September 2011 from a loss of £240,000 to a loss of £140,000 on sales forecasts that have been increased from £3 million to £3.2 million. Recommended by Growth Company Investor this May at 30.5p and again this July at 41.5p the shares currently trade at 52.5p. Having grown impressively this year amidst a recovery in its markets we think shares in i-design could well have further to go as its customer base grows, and with it recurring revenues. We therefore retain our speculative buy rating. 22/07/2011 Ben Jaglom Advertising for cash points venture i-design (IDG) has issued an update in which it notes that it expects full year losses to be lower than market expectations. The AIM-quoted concern reported that since the interim results released in June 'the positive revenue trend has continued into the second half of the year' adding that this 'upward momentum' is likely to lead to a loss before tax that will be 'significantly ahead of market expectations.' It has been a strong year for i-design which has reported a number of contract wins with customers including Barclays and cash point operator Cardtronics, with the share price having more than doubled as a result. In an interview with Growth Company Investor finance director Ian Sunter remarked that the company's 'growing momentum' has pushed it forward this year, adding that 'we are now executing much better at closing deals.' This year's launch of its joono technology was also mentioned as being key to having improved its prospects, adding that the contract win with Cardtronics had increased its overseas footprint. Analysts at Arbuthnot lifted their loss before tax forecast for the year to September 2011 from a loss of £240,000 to a loss of £140,000 on sales forecasts that have been increased from £3 million to £3.2 million. Recommended by Growth Company Investor this May at 30.5p and again this July at 41.5p the shares currently trade at 52.5p. Having grown impressively this year amidst a recovery in its markets we think shares in i-design could well have further to go as its customer base grows, and with it recurring revenues. We therefore retain our speculative buy rating."
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