Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Kainos Group LSE:KNOS London Ordinary Share GB00BZ0D6727 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -8.50p -3.86% 211.50p 212.25p 214.00p 217.00p 205.00p 217.00p 143,263.00 16:35:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 76.6 14.3 10.7 19.8 249.48

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04/12/2016
08:20
Kainos Group Daily Update: Kainos Group is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker KNOS. The last closing price for Kainos Group was 220p.
Kainos Group has a 4 week average price of 216.79p and a 12 week average price of 195.16p.
The 1 year high share price is 260p while the 1 year low share price is currently 123p.
There are currently 117,955,532 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 654,600 shares. The market capitalisation of Kainos Group is £249,475,950.18.
28/11/2016
11:28
hazl: I think it might well be an individual thing. The share price had risen well for some time and those well in profit ,who can blame them for selling? I had only been on break even from getting onboard earlier on so I decided to sit it out. If I thought there was no hope I would have sold of course. It looks as though it will be a company that goes on surviving to me with reasonable products,a handle on what investors want...if not growth then dividends or a mixture of that.... It's horse for courses but do agree with above factors.
05/9/2016
21:52
dibbs: I sold out on Friday after re evaluating my holdings. The price action here did not inspire confidence then and even less so today! I fears that delays in government decision making might have a negative impact here. I do also think the risks are real that any increased move to a SAAS model could negative impact revenues in the short term. I still like KNOS but feel that the risks of a warning here have increased. The problem is you only need a small negative blip in earnings and the the share price will lose 30% in one day. I'm probably wrong and will be happy for that to be proved to be the case in coming weeks and months. In the meantime I'm hoping that I can get better returns elsewhere. Good luck to those with more faith than me. Dibbs
05/9/2016
21:43
shanksaj: Small Company Share Watch published this weekend. Kainos not plugged in issue, but other shares plugged big time. Maybe the price drop was because of sufficient numbers of SCSW diving out of Kainos to get funds to dive into other stocks. It makes sense, though its a bit of a surprise that SCSW readers would make that much difference to the share price. These go ex dividend 29th September with a payout of 4.2p , so its strange time for the share price to drop like this.
05/9/2016
09:23
tintin82: ddav, is that your logic for the halving of the share price? Just saying. Of course we have all witnessed a tree shake, but the are generally very short lived and end with an abrupt move north, not seeing this here, yet.
01/9/2016
15:27
tattooed93: Workday share price chart at new high https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=workday+share+price+chart&oq=workday+share+price+chart&aqs=chrome..69i57j0.5568j0j4&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
16/6/2016
15:51
tintin82: Tough days across the board lately. I wouldn't beat yourself up over it hanzoo, we have all been there, the only solution is to make the best possible decision with the information you have. You say you were silly not to cut loses, but how were you to know? None of us do, we can only predict based on how we value the companies prospects. I just hope that your 40K is not a large proportion of your portfolio, and if it is, well there is a hard lesson learnt, diversification. Try not to compartmentalise your loses by thinking they are 'paper loses, virtual loses'. All that is, is your brain trying to dull the hard fact that you have lost, once you get over that you can make better decisions going forward. If you are comfortable with KNOS and the only thing that is making you stressed is the share price then I suggest just ignoring the market for a few days, helps at times like these and stops one making more costly mistakes due to twitchy fingers!
11/6/2016
20:39
tintin82: Well Monday morning will be interesting for sure. I have been reviewing some of the comments on here and this forum reminded me of that investor emotion chart that is regular feature of the Behavioural Investment literature. hxxps://wealth.barclays.com/content/dam/bwpublic/global/images/aspect-ratio-1-0/shared/White%20papers/Behavioural%20finance/fig4-cycle-of-investor-emotions.gif I think we have certainly left the excitement / exuberance behind, that was what first caught my attention of KNOS, always a great way to avoid a costly mistake. I think we are in the fear / desperation stage, lots of search around for a reason, there must be a reason! BREXIT, that will do! BREXIT does not make a share price fall like this. Folk who are struggling with their loss and putting more in hoping for a turnaround. Who knows, but the trend / talk on here has me thinking the panic will strike at 150 /140. That is unless of course there is something going on other than what I put down to pure 'overvaluation'... As always time will tell.
13/4/2016
13:20
alroyrob: Current forecasts are available in various broker reports and earlier posts. Back in March KNOS announced that they were on target to meet market expectations. However, since then we have discovered that their market conditions are improving and they appear to be employing new staff at an incredible pace. The share price may have fallen due to a combination of both 'punters' taking profits after a hyped IPO (as very often happens) and very weak general markets at the start of the year ? FWIW, I believe that the share price has pretty much bottomed out and is now awaiting news.
03/4/2016
09:35
dacian: Not sure about the well stocked kitchen with free food and free pay day drinks :<<br /> The editor of the SCSW ( just read it) speculates that the recent share price weakness might be due to QUBIS wanting to sell their remaining stake. Could this be the reason for a capital markets day on 19/4? As far as I'm concerned it's pure speculation but it could make sense. They still own 16% of the co and might want to exit via a secondary placing with institutional investors, nothing unusual there. I guess until the capital markets day concludes and until we get some guidance on this year's earnings there are no other obvious stimulants for the share price Http://www.qubis.co.uk/portfolio/case-studies/3/kainos
09/2/2016
12:48
hibberts: Looks like the ftse is heading for 5000 so i will wait until we get there before I consider buying back in who knows were knos share price will be by then?
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