Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Inspired Energy LSE:INSE London Ordinary Share GB00B5TZC716 ORD 0.125P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.125p -0.92% 13.50p 13.25p 13.75p 13.625p 13.50p 13.625p 15,986 08:01:55
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 15.2 3.5 0.7 20.8 65.45

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24/10/2016 10:51:0313.583,627492.46O
24/10/2016 09:17:1513.288,6641,150.36O
24/10/2016 09:02:5613.5813618.47O
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Inspired Energy Daily Update: Inspired Energy is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker INSE. The last closing price for Inspired Energy was 13.63p.
Inspired Energy has a 4 week average price of 13.97p and a 12 week average price of 13.42p.
The 1 year high share price is 15p while the 1 year low share price is currently 11.50p.
There are currently 484,838,955 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 55,793 shares. The market capitalisation of Inspired Energy is £65,453,258.93.
1gw: I've picked up some more at 13.4, hoping that these big sells are what's been depressing the share price (relatively) since the results.
rivaldo: Time to load up imo, to take advantage of the fact that there's presumably a seller out there who will run out of stock at some point. Good coverage here, including this from Panmure, who have a 19p target - 40% upside. They've increased sales forecasts for next year by 15% - which presumably also increases EPS from their forecast 1.35p EPS: http :// "Inspired Energy plc (LON:INSE) reported “record results” for the half year ended June, with revenues up 56% and gross profit up 62% on last year. Revenues stood at £10.1mln for the period, compared to £6.52mln last year. Gross profit stood at £7.95mln, from £4.9mln last year. Adjusted earnings (EBITDA) stood at £3.75mln, a 52% increase from £2.46mln the same period last year.... .....Analysts at Panmure Gordon issued a target price of 19p, a 40% upside to its current share price, citing “strong cash conversion and exceptional revenue visibility”. The broker upgraded its sales forecast for the next year by 15% to “reflect the on-going strength in the corporate order book”."
rivaldo: Good to see the share price bouncing. And I got INSE's dividend yesterday, so a nice double whammy.
rivaldo: I'm perfectly happy considering my in-price and the rise since then. This is a perfectly understandable period of consolidation after the rise imo. With the likes of Slater and Livingbridge buying more recently I'm happy to hold and wait. Sometimes a share like this which has been consolidating can rise 50% in a matter of days once the brakes are off. The AGM statement in June is only two months away. If the share price is still at this level at that point then it's likely to be a huge bargain for us all given a half-decent statement. Which can't be bad.
pj 1: It is frustrating Funk especially as we recently had the failed breakout following a long period of consolidation. However, and I agree this is much easier said than done, it helps to remind ourselves that its best to invest in the Company, not the share price. Maybe the BoD need to market the Co more to Sharesoc etc etc? Any thoughts
rivaldo: Certainly looking strong, and good to see buying coming in at the full 12.5p offer price. With consensus of 1.12p EPS for next year - which is nearly upon us now - it's certainly possible to see a share price of say 16p.
saucepan: Added to INSE just now. Difficult to buy. It looks to me like a significant breakout is on the cards here. The 12p level has held the share price back for a good while now. I am hoping the move will be significant once the market accepts this hurdle has been cleared. According to ShareScope: Rolling P/E 2 = 10.8 Slater PEG = 0.44 Hence, the value on offer is manifest. It would just be nice to have momentum, too :-)
saucepan: I have long kept a watchful eye on INSE and held for a while a year or so ago. I went back long again today. The following is copy of my post on the ZULU thread with a few observations, in case of interest to anyone else here: Inspired Energy [INSE] Announced an earnings enhancing acquisition of Wholesale Power this morning: The 16 June AGM statement and notice of results (19 August) is worth a look. It sounds like results will be very good. Perhaps a run into them? Rolling P/E 2 = 11.5 Slater PEG = 0.54 The share price is starting to move today after a period of consolidation, so perhaps ready for a re-rating? The only real negative for me with INSE is that I did not like the cluster of large director sells back in April. However, the market seems to have got over this and perhaps there were good reasons?
melody9999: I think INSE points up the opportunities and the challenges of investing in small cap penny shares. Since 2011 INSE has consistently grown revenue and profitability each year. They have an established and stable management team. They operate in a stable long term business environment with recurring revenues where it is recognised that over the longer term, energy prices will increase. Therefore to the commercial businesses that are INSE's customers, managing this element of their cost will become increasingly important In the meantime the INSE share price has varied between 17p and 9p in the last year! Whilst INSE trading has remained strong (and reported by the company as such).....with forecast increases in revenue and earnings .... until today the share price had fallen by as much as 50% Some investors have speculated that the short term fall in energy prices will mean the end for UTW and INSE. That view has percolated into the market. The reality is that good well managed successful companies tend to continue to be good well managed successful companies. And short of some fundamental change in the energy market, companies such as INSE will continue to be successful. So well done to Janet and the team as usual please for the foreseeable and rest assured that INSE remain one of my largest investments.
melody9999: What might explain the price action is if the MMs put the INSE share price up overnight..... it then hits the leader boards on ADVFN etc - attracting more investors to take a look and resulting in more buys. My largest holding by some margin now and its defensive growth qualities and quality of management mean I do not see this changing anytime soon. I watched ASC from 6p, and whilst I am not suggesting INSE will be 1000p+ (or even 100p+) it suits my risk profile. What is also very encouraging is how little commentary there is on this thread so plenty of scope for new investors to take positions.
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