Nexus Man Share Price - NXS
|Share Name||Share Symbol||Market||Type||Share ISIN||Share Description|
|Nexus Management||LSE:NXS||London||Ordinary Share||GB0030379423||ORD 0.25P|
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|Industry Sector||Turnover (m)||Profit (m)||EPS - Basic||PE Ratio||Market Cap (m)||RN||NRN|
|Software & Computer Services||5.9||-0.1||-1.0||-||1.00|
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|15/10/2013||18:45||NXS: Nexus Management - Global data security and storage||8,310|
|08/4/2011||15:03||RESILIENCE TECKNOLOGY/WEBSENSE 7/VINITECH/DU-COMM||43|
|27/2/2011||17:16||Only worth a third of a penny on fundamentals||6|
|19/11/2009||20:18||Nexus Management - advfn charts||322|
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|argy2: Not so, one of the rare blue stocks today.I have a sneaky feeling we shall be getting some major contract news soon which in percentage terms could really boost nxs share price. Most, if not all, of TW's followers will still be nursing massive losses on this share at 0.4 or 0.5 even 0.6p but any news may give them the chance to average down yet again! We shall see.|
|sweepie2: And to back my claim that this is a busted company the share price reaches yet another all time low. The new BODs seem to be managing this company like the last lot, badly|
|microscope: This Webb Capital?
|bishopawn: Presumably major shareholders got Barney Battles and crew in to get rid of expensive directors and other unnecessary costs, and maximize value for shareholders. Since 1 November 2011 we have been saving quite an amount of money that would have been paid out on salaries. That said, there may be some exceptional costs of severance.
If Resilience is sold at a reasonable price, the funds could be useful in acquiring another IT/Media Company on AIM. I am told that the costs of being on AIM can be as high as £350,000 per annum. Merger would be an immediate saving of that sum by having only one listing on AIM. Purchase arrangements may not involve all the money upfront, but staggered over two or three years conditional on turnover/profitabili|
|bishopawn: The process of acquisition gathering can hardly be possible, in my opinion, with the share price at the current low level. I can only conclude that the strategy will include a higher share price BEFORE any "cash and part shares" purchase of any acquisition. The drive could be in the figures to be announced this coming week AND that followed by a large contract for bullet-proof Firewalls from Resilience from the US Government and/or a multi-national company.|
|marab: It's a sad reflection on AIM companies when share holders feel that their company is better run by a bunch of NEDs :) One thing you can say about TW is that he will cut costs as much as possible and seems to have made a good start. The cutting of so much expense will have an effect going forward but obviously none on the accounts to September, although it is encouraging that these accounts have been promised by the end of November so TW wants everyone to see the current state of play asap. After owning shares in AHG and WAGS I have a low opinion of TW's values in regard to share holders other than his own select group, and we can look forward to some interesting future funding arrangements here. The question for holders here is can we still make some money here after the next issue of shares to buy the 'complementary acquisition'. If the next placing (and personally I feel quite confident there will be one as that's how TW and friends make their profits) is anywhere around the current share price then we are in with a chance, otherwise we are probably up the creek sans paddle. The sad thing is that many have a poor opinion of TW (and I know there are others who think the opposite) because he appears to be out to make money for himself and those that fund him, but not other share holders. It is a sad thing because when he takes control over a company he does cut costs, salaries and running costs get slashed. My personal opinion is that he potentially could be running half the companies on AIM if he acted in the best interests of all share holders instead of his own select few. In AHG and WAGS he was the only one who appeared to know what the companies were invested in and what the value of the investments were, as well as being a large share holder. Personally I don't see how this is acceptable on any regulated stock market but this is AIM. So the game here has changed and we just have to wait and see what happens next.|
|bishopawn: Peter Weller never had much of a shareholding. As Finance Director it may be a good sign that he is wanting more. But there was a similar thing in June 2011 when a number of directors announced they had bought a few more to add to their huge holding and it meant damn all in terms of the share price or the company making any significant headway. May be this time around it will be different and this presages news of contracts and expansion. Time will tell. Problem with time is that we will all have long beards eventually and be too old to enjoy the spoils. Questions could be asked of the their current NOMAD who 3 years ago took over when Nexus had a share price of 1.7 pence and today has only 10% or one tenth of that value.|
|bishopawn: A determined Tom at T1ps said:-
"Nexus needs to find a complementary acquisition to give it critical mass. Work is well underway on this. But first the costs come out. Hanke, Yeoman and Battles know what to do and have a track record of delivery ( look at what Z Group was when they came on board and what it is now - Avisen).
4. Expect more changes over the next six months and for swift action to be taken at Nexus.
Nexus - for what it's worth - is in my view now very cheap indeed. Buy."
|willfy: june - aimzine....
|bishopawn: You have to go back to 2006 to find a similar situation in the share price chart for such a long period of flat-lining. It was then 0.63 pence for several months in the second half of 2006, and then in December and across into the new year of 2007 it shot up to 1.68 pence in a matter of only a few weeks. It is very curious why it is going this again and could it be indicative of another breakout for the share price happening between now and January - obviously it would have to be news-driven.|
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