|Image Scan Holdings
||EPS - Basic
||Market Cap (m)
|Electronic & Electrical Equipment
|Image Scan Daily Update: Image Scan Holdings is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IGE. The last closing price for Image Scan was 6.38p.|
Image Scan Holdings 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 125,604,577 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Image Scan Holdings is £8,007,291.78.
|peterblok: Would be nice if 2017 was as beneficial to our share price as 2016. Either way, I wish a happy and healthy New Year to all IGE investors|
|erogenous jones: good to see the share price advancing|
|assagai: StockMarketWire.com - Equity research analysts at Cantor Fitzgerald have downgraded their investment rating on Image Scan [LON:IGE] to 'hold' from 'buy', which it says is "in light of the excellent run in the share price in recent months"
Well that's hardly surprising is it when the shares have nearly trebled in a few weeks.
HOLD is good for me!|
It's always interesting to compare growing companies like IGE and CYAN to see where the stengths and weaknesses are in the business models. I don't hold in CYAN but the acquisition of Connode seems to have changed the prospects of the company, though I would be wary of the statement that the gross margin was 'modest in percentage terms', and this bit from the Financial Review just made me smile :-
'Our gross margin will also further improve due to Connode's focus on software in their business model, together with the planned evolution to providing in-country partners with the right to manufacture CyanConnode hardware locally under a license fee/royalty model (similar to ARM Holdings plc).'
Bearing in mind the 'premier league' status of ARM and its share price currently around 1688p whilst that of CYAN is around 0.2p, it's a bit like the sunday pub football team of the Dog and Duck saying that they are adopting 'similar' tactics in their game strategy as Barcelona!|
|owenski: Share price hasn't gone anywhere for years, more to the point the cap is less than 3m, this is still priced the same as when the previous management were in charge and had that ghastly nuclear contract running.
It's a changed and revitalised business since then, so I'd argue the downside is factored in and with any uplift in rev/profit - looking likely - then the upside gets very interesting. I think it's just a matter of patience now, but the evidence is, the sales footprint is working.
|erogenous jones: Indeed, hopefully will translate into a rising share price that is sustained.|
|erogenous jones: I cannot make it.
As the share price has been unchanged for a while I am heartened, as, with all the turbulence in the markets this year, unchanged is a relief.
Not sure which way it is going to break.|
|erogenous jones: Me too...... I think I posted of my optimism for 35p+
But have steadily added to my holding and we are still nowhere near my entry price. I don't think share price is quite at the point when 2015 opened for that matter.|
|philjeans: Agreed Daniel - me likewise!
Not only no share price increase, but a massive, massive loss of my capital I effectively lent this company to expand and become successful!
So by all means get rewards for appreciation of the share price but at a more challenging price - say 5p would be fair.
On the other hand, we can also buy at this price if we think we might recoup some of our losses!|
|daniel: I have been invested in this company for 10 years, before the CEO and many of the employees joined the company. I had no dividend, no profit, no share price rise for ten year... Where is my share option? Are they taking me for a ride or they are just provoking me?|
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