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Lightwaverf LSE:LWRF London Ordinary Share GB00BKJ9BV58 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 13.625p 13.00p 14.25p 13.75p 13.625p 13.75p 101,500 15:35:03
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Leisure Goods 2.1 -0.4 1.7 7.9 2.80

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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 13.63p.
Lightwaverf has a 4 week average price of 13.64p and a 12 week average price of 14.36p.
The 1 year high share price is 26p while the 1 year low share price is currently 11p.
There are currently 20,574,759 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 14,985 shares. The market capitalisation of Lightwaverf is £2,803,310.91.
sinkyj: mixed bag, pretty neutral for share price. Good support shown from a key shareholder. Given, its a high interest rate but would you lend the company money with the publicly available information? For existing holders, it's much preferable to more dilution. Poor sales, but the range is very tired now, some products over 5 years old, which is a lifetime in this market. If they have 150K R&D tax credit to come, there's been some hefty R&D going on to replace those products. Looks like like a short term loan, to bet 150K on Homekit to me. Whatever the situation now, put some new product out with an Apple logo on it and the channels, new and old, will light up. It's all in the execution of getting those to market. Hopefully, CC are looking after our mutual interests there.
sinkyj: Good luck GR, you can always get back in should things change. I doubt we are going to leap forward next week. The view of holders to management is usually dictated by the share price growth, so ours is understandably rock bottom at the moment. The attention given to shareholders from management is usually dictated by the money they want to raise. I've made my views clear both on here and to the management about what needs to change .This next phase really needs delivery or the company is finished. To do that they need to focus on delivering one thing well. Change is needed, as that focus has been lacking. Just go back through the news releases and see how many different turns we've taken to get here. From large scale Commercial (Universities) to ultimate consumer brand(Apple). I added and am still in. In fact had I not invested large amounts in two other companies I might have added more on recent lows. I believe the recipe has finally been stumbled upon, the ingredients are nearly there Apple, new products etc etc. I've asked around and Committed Capital are a very good backer. They have people already inside, I don't believe that they will let their current investment go bad for the sake of a little "restructuring". They have a very good track record.
sinkyj: Nice to see back in Screwfix. Will not be the same stocking order as B&Q but they are the same group....... I know we like get on the company's case, but Apple are a difficult company to work for. Below is actually an extract on how Homekit has and will continue to fail. I've heard this directly from other sources who told me their Homekit sales were so far not worth the cost of development. The company sell a none Homekit version that works with all phones at a lower cost which outsells the homekit version. A link with Apple would do wonders for the share price hopefully, but long sought after profit? Not so sure. ---------------------------- First, in order to work with Apple, companies need to be certified and approved by their Made For iPod (MFi) program. MFi is a licensing application program originally launched in 2005 to regulate the plethora of third-party iPod accessories. It has since expanded to include all i-devices and Apple's HomeKit home automation framework. The MFi application can easily take a year to process, and HomeKit requires a separate certification. The HomeKit certification, which is operated manually and isn't actually listed in Apple's guidelines, will require at least an additional six months. When all the certification and licensing is complete, every single product requires an eight-week testing process before it's market ready. And of course, there are certification-testing and licensing fees at each level. If your company and product have actually managed to jump these hurdles without going out of business or becoming technologically irrelevant, congratulations. And if that's not enough, Apple also mandates that device makers and manufacturers buy core components from its proprietary suppliers. In all my time in manufacturing and product development, I've never had a worse component supplier -- excruciatingly long lead times, unresponsive and ever-changing terms and conditions that make for a frustrating process -- to put it mildly. Apple's suppliers aren't the only party guilty of changing agreed-upon terms. Apple itself frequently alters its testing requirement and HomeKit SDK. That's why HomeKit eligible third-party products are so scarce.
clocktower: The share price has been ticking up slowly for some time, the house broker increasing the buy/sell market volume, and yet there seems to be little concrete news or discussion about LWRF to be found. Have the sells been soaked up by one buyer? Has the company become a target? Is it yet worth a punt?
sinkyj: Agree Gozo, there are things to be announced yet that Santander obviously have knowledge of. This is a facility for working capital to fund the manufacturing orders necessary to make product for these deals. Until now Megaman have funded that, but these must be outside that arrangement. To double the share price from here wouldn't take much, a good stocking order from somewhere. But to turn the company permanently round into profit before the rest of the cash is burned is a much bigger ask. There's a long way to go from here, So you invest with that in mind. It's disappointing to say the least. But I'm not selling now, out of frustration because they've burned a bit too much or not announced anything today. After all, 800k was exactly what was expected. Equally, if I was not holding I don't think anything would tempt me to invest. I wouldn't look to Mike Lord, I'd look to committed capital to protect their investment. They've already replaced the Finance Director with their own man.
sinkyj: GR - It would be interesting and appreciated to know what was said about HomekIt (why it went from early next year to sometime next year), Havells etc. The things that have not been updated in any news so far this year CT - Not mine, that's something arranged, big sale, big buy. I was building smaller and more frequently to keep a lid on the price. I always fill my TR1's in, but just below a threshold at the moment. I finished for now, waiting for more positive news. Re: non exec, I think that particular ship may have sailed. I did suggest, over a year ago, that the team was built to the standards of Smartthings, AlertMe so it could be acquired, and also a name for a Non Exec who could add to the board's market knowledge. To quote exactly "If your views lead you to wish to dispose of your shareholding and you would like the companies help with this please let me know and we will do our best to assist". The share price was then 40p. I took some heed of the device, which was good, because by July we were at placing at 24p. I've bought back at an average of 16p so far.
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.
loobrush: Well its not a happy board at LWRF over the last few days and I must say I am dissapointed at the share price slide. However the market in general is dire and investors are dropping their holdings randomly which I think is the case here and nothing to do about how LWRF is doing as no-one really knows. This year has generated good news along with the bad news on the expected same loss as last year but that should be factored into the price some time ago. As noted results should be anytime now-probably next week ? Lets hope the company points its way to profitability, that would cheer all up and especially the share price. Fingers crossed !
whoppy: For old shareholders, today's share price is the equivalent of 0.3p pre consolidation. Mike Lord has put in £800k at an average of 1.25p. You might think he's backed the company. But the truth is he has lost over £600,000 and counting. Do you think he will put more money in?. The last funding was done at 23p when the share price was circa's pretty obvious the management aren't able to deliver. They thought the products would sell themselves. I believe one director has recently said big names are throwing themselves at them to do deals..really? Classic case of denial. Unless they can RNS a deal worth any merit...say more than the current Mcap of £3m then they are going to require more funds. I warned ML this would happen after the consolidation that he would be having to raise funds at 10p or less and that he should concentrate on running a profit for a couple of years at least before consolidating. There is just no liquidity now and sells upon sells force the price down. Result is a company that can't sell enough product and needs funding and so doesn't create shareholder value. A poor execution all round. Just feel sorry for all the shareholders.
sinkyj: Neither, Clocktower. I was pointing out the share price was weak for those without level 2 as only one market maker was quoting 22p for 3000. Now 2 at 21p. I have significantly more shares to sell than this, should I choose to, trust me. I picked a few more up last month but like you have stopped now. No buyers, share prices falls, simple.
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