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  +0.00p +0.00% 13.50p 13.00p 14.00p 13.50p 13.50p 13.50p 11,165 05:00:10
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Leisure Goods 1.4 -0.8 4.4 3.1 5.23

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Lightwaverf Daily Update: Lightwaverf is listed in the Leisure Goods sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker LWRF. The last closing price for Lightwaverf was 13.50p.
Lightwaverf has a 4 week average price of 13p and a 12 week average price of 11.13p.
The 1 year high share price is 21.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 11p.
There are currently 38,769,031 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 32,729 shares. The market capitalisation of Lightwaverf is £5,233,819.19.
pugugly: clocktower: Most interesting link - Certainly an impressive CV onthe surface - however one hopes the LRF share price does not follow the volex price since he drew up the 5 year plan !!
sinkyj: That's strictly true, but last time the chairman bought it was 3 months to announcement. There's also been seen do the right thing . in addition, the last really big announcement, the share price moved well before, Hmmm. So I, personally, am of the opinion that a "biggie" isn't due. Maybe a good news trading update will be next.
sinkyj: Tom actually put in 30k of his own cash in the open offer along with Kevin. There was a special resolution just for the two of them to invest. I don't think the failing is with the the contracts signed, it's a lack of, and poor marketing effort both traditional and new media and late delivery of product. Without some of those contracts we would be holding worthless paper. With the two missing pieces we would be rich. The products are good, see the reviews, but now aging. The main issue is they will not sell themselves. A little reflected marketing spend from Amazon and sales were doubled. Imagine what a proper campaign might have achieved. The blame is squarely with the board for not raising more money sooner, mainly the CEO. The share price was 40p with the apple announcement. The majority has been raised at half or below that. What is needed is prompt delivery on both marketing and new products. Everything else is in place. Neither of those were Tom Sykes remit.
pugugly: Options at some 3 to 4 times share price as at RM2 would give them a real incentive to get the business going - Anyone disagree ????????????????????????????
elrico: Just to emphesis how "bloody good michealmouse is.... Ready Michaelmouse, sitting comfortably! First a little plug for your wonderful blog that offers very little substance. Monday, 28 November 2016 Trakm8 interims Trakm8 released their interims this morning and the share price has currently taken a 30% hit. I'm not sure what investors were expecting, (THEY WERE EXPECTING THE COMPANY TO TELL THE TRUTH ABOUT ORDERS - ELRIC EDIT) but in my view, it's the usual wild over-reaction by myopic investors looking for short term gains. Trakm8 has a fantastic opportunity to exploit in the telematics industry, and has clearly gone for that opportunity in a big way with a very large spend on engineering capacity, alongside sales and marketing resource. We'll be able to judge in the medium to long term. In the short term, although revenues continue to grow, (REALLY - WHAT ABOUT CASH FLOW, OPERATING PROFIT AND NET NEBT BALLOONING - ELRIC EDIT)profitability will suffer a little. I'm happy with that. As I said in a recent blog :- (HOW LONG HAS TRAKM8 BEEN GOING? THIS SHOULD BE A MATURE BUSINESS NOW - ELRIC EDIT). hxxp:// "My view is that with a long term view, the company is hugely undervalued. I'm not particularly bothered whether or not they hit expectations this year, as long as they keep growing that order book." I'm not going to do a forensic analysis of the results:- but as usual you should DYOR. For me, the clear risk going forward is can they turn the increased engineering, sales and marketing spend into the proportionate eventual increases in revenues and profitability, and will their expansion into China and the US bear fruit? However, in my previous blog I wrote this:- "With a medium/long view on Trakm8, I'm looking for £10-£20. (WOW NO RAMP INTENDED FOLKS - ELRIC EDIT)In the short term, at the current lowly valuation, they are possibly vulnerable to a bid at around £5. " (MINE IS NEARER 60P - WHY THE 4X PREMIUM ARE YOU MAD?) Personally, I think they'd have been remiss not to go for the opportunity in the telematics arena with their market leading solutions, and I see no reason to change the targets stated above, as things stand at the moment. I am in the advantageous position in that I bought my holding in Trakm8 when the share price was in the teens, and I accept that some investors may have bought recently and are sitting on paper losses. (EVER HEARD OF A STOP LOSS!! ELRIC EDIT) END...well not quite, some other nonsense about what if's and why for's. What Michalemouse failed to mention to his huge audience and what really matters, was what is behind the fall from grace of 385p to 107p? And what was Michaelmouses price target? Oh wow!! Allow me to explain; TRAKM8 stated in september that its order book had increased by 37% on the same period from last year. Sound good, right!, it is cooking and michalemouse missed it. What was glaring obvious even for me, a non trained accountant and was bloody shyt at mathes as school; Operating profit was down 72% Operating cash flow down 90% and net debt has ballooned to £4.4 m, double the previous year. And the best bit for me...TRAKM8 was expected full year operating profits to match last year’s, when it made £3.9m....wait for it....try £600k that is a whopping £3.3m miss!! I previously told michalemouse the company was attempting to grow by buying competitors because it had ran out of steam, thus could not be called a growth company by the true sense of the meaning. Michaelmouse is keen to cook up all manner of accounting smoke and mirrors when it comes to OPTI, yet he failed to use the same accounting skills (chuckle) when running the rule over his precious TRAKM8. Add to the two previously mentioned frauds he also ploughed his money into, I ask you, can we really take this blaggard seriously!!
sinkyj: Widely expected but... 3.04million to 2.1 million to 1.44 million revenue. Gross profit down, expenses up. Share price 50p to 13p.All against the background of a hugely growing market. No PR agency can polish that. All I can say is the new investors will have been well aware if these figures, so they believe this is the bottom. Even so, it's well past the time for a change. One thing the new investment surely must allow is the hiring of proper talent with domain experience.
loobrush: Excellent news LightwaveRF WH Ireland analyst Eric Burns has a speculative 'buy' for us. LightwaveRF (LWRF), which makes a range of intelligent dimmers, radiator valves, sockets and sensors, strengthened its balance sheet with a £2 million fundraise last year. "This gives it the resource for a concerted marketing push for its extensive range of products encompassing heating, cooling, lighting, ECO and power in a fast expanding market," says Burns, who believes a strategic tie-up with larger partners could be transformational. "Whilst forecasting Lightwave has been difficult in the past and we have no estimates for the current year as yet, there is material speculative upside in the share price."
bapodra_investments: Clocktower, I have seen numerous shares after a placing go below the placing price on AIM. Don't ask me to name them as I cannot remember off the top of my head but I have come across many over the past 10 years. Let's wait and see what happens to this one. What do you honestly think the jump to 20p was about prior to the placing news? Hmmmm! I use this companies products in my home. I don't doubt the quality of the product. Its the performance of the company in terms of numbers that is very disappointing. This results in a share price which just does not multibag or offer the performance that so many high risk investors seek. This is a high risk share. I think the market cap is very low for this share. The there can only be two reasons for this. The market has mispriced this share which means a fantastic investment opportunity or the market does not expect significant increasing revenues and profits anytime soon and therefore this is correctly priced or will be after the placing.
bapodra_investments: This is a really exciting share in the home automation IOT space. Current market cap makes it look very undervalued. Normally these types of tech stocks have a market cap of around 10 times gross profit. As this company is not profitable then a £10m market cap would not be unreasonable as the losses are not huge if you look at past five years. With revenue circ. £1m-£2m then a £10m market cap looks pretty conservative. This currently has a market cap around £4m at a share price of 20p. So a 50p share price is looking likely. This is without factoring any revenue generative contract news or Apple deal. WOW.
michaelmouse: I thought I might find you hiding here CT ;) Just posted this:- "CT - Talking of price targets, did you notice that my price target for LWRF came within a whisker of reality. I predicted a drop to 10p, and it fell to 11p. Not bad eh? Illustrates the nonsense of trading micro-caps since I'd simply plucked the figure from thin air. What are you doing with LWRF at the moment? You posted that you cashed in your losses, but you're still hanging around that BB I notice. Are you in or out of LWRF or aren't you quite sure yourself? ;). I see the share price has regained some of it's equilibrium (LWRF that is) but they are clearly leaving results to the last minute. It shouldn't take any company nearly six months to produce their results, particularly a tiny company like LWRF. In general, late results are a very bad sign and unless their trading statement for their new financial year is any good and/or they release some blockbuster news then the share price will tank again." Cheers.
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