Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Photonstar Led LSE:PSL London Ordinary Share GB00B1TK2453 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.85p 1.70p 2.00p 1.85p 1.85p 1.85p 0 07:32:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 6.9 -3.0 -1.9 - 3.47

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Photonstar Led Daily Update: Photonstar Led is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PSL. The last closing price for Photonstar Led was 1.85p.
Photonstar Led has a 4 week average price of 1.91p and a 12 week average price of 1.99p.
The 1 year high share price is 3.63p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.50p.
There are currently 187,727,363 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 80,082 shares. The market capitalisation of Photonstar Led is £3,472,956.22.
lady liz: Just read the results and statement,and it seems they are running out of time but considering they have extended the loan agreement they may just pull it off if they get the orders they seem to be expecting in the coming months. This maybe a high risk but I have now put it on my watch list and monitor as they may start shouting about new orders to hike the share price before they go for another round of funding.
buggy: Clocktower, Why do you believe this business will survive and prosper?, I have been looking at this but have not been fully convinced. I am invested in a company operating in similar area, LWRF, which is much further ahead than PSL, but the share price still do not seem to reflect the apparent potential. LWRF has over 100 products in the market, major distribution deals etc. I am now coming to fear that a more well-heeled company will come up and swallow up the space forcing the small players which has not grown to critical mass to fold.
paulypilot: Myself and a group of investors were in the area last year, visiting Ilika, and I made enquiries to see if we could also call in to see Photonstar, since it was nearby. What should have happened, is that the Directors should have welcomed our visit, and proudly shown us around their facilities. What actually happened is that they made every excuse in the book to refuse to meet us. I got quite firm, and indicated that a number of us held shares in the company, but excuses were made, and it was clear we were not welcome. So we sold our shares. It's not been a surprise to see the share price since halve. Good companies welcome shareholders. Bad companies push them away. I wish this company well, but it probably needs new management. Paul.
chrisdgb: Strange share price reaction and in the long run totally wrong............
yump: Why post only here, when there are so many other companies worthy of your time then ? Yes, there is clearly a stampede here which is why the share price has gone into a massive spike. I thought the general idea was to buy low before possible positive news that might make a share look cheap, as the market generally looks ahead and then stop buying if the price takes off irrationally. Depends on the share of course. You can see how quickly this one moves. If profitability appears close, you won't get them for anything like 5p. I'd guess a few folk are getting a starting stake as 'insurance'. In the event that it works out, its nice having a tranche at 4-5p.
midmarsh30: The PSL share price is rising on no information at all, other than an increased number of trades and the MMs increasing the price: Beware: jumping on the herd instinct; Beware: the optimistic posts from posters (or imposters) we haven't seen on the Board in the last year; and Beware the optimistic chants of the hopers (and no hopers) who bought in at 12p and want to recover their losses! Unless there is a leak, I suggest you do your own research. However, you won't find any information published to support the rise. This is not a de-ramp of course, but a plea to invest on empirical criteria. Cue for posters and hopers to have a shot at me. But let's see who you are!
inside2: The ADVFN monitor is incorrect crisdgb, do a dummy trade and see, the spread is currently .5p. I bought in after reading yesterdays RNS, with no cash required and a good second half which is reflecting the UK economy and with the economy expected to grow over 3% this year I recon if PSL mirror that growth it should reflect well on the share price. Certainly worth a punt.
midmarsh30: Hi Withers, I'm here. Well this looks a bit better. By and large PSL has achieved its forecasts at the half year stage. I have to say that the future is LED hence my original interest and if the Co can get through this stage with new products well marketed the future could be bright. I think the share price should take some heart from this update, but there are some uncertainties which may not allow it to motor ahead like some investors would wish. The pre-tax loss will also take account of depreciation and interest cost. The latter will be much higher than 2012 because of the positive cash position in the previous year. Also we have no information on the exceptional item. So these question marks will hold back a wholesale re-evaluation of the share price, as will concerns about poor marketing noted on other boards. The new product in 2014 will need an attractive launch which will use some cash in order to get it away well. That will put pressure on cashflow and interest cost, but that is what growth is all about. There may be another cash call and investors will need to evaluate the prospects with the product and financial information given at that time. May be an attractive proposition. We'll see.
yump: It may be that if there are companies out there who view the market as needing consolidation, or are looking for another product range, PSL may be an attractive target. When you've got a company that is increasing revenue, but has high costs and is very volume dependent, then the rationalisation that follows a merge or takeover makes pretty good sense. Although you obviously can't rationalise manufacturing if the two companies are making very different products; but most other functions can be combined. The old conglomerates used to do that. In fact, if the BOD reach a conclusion that the business will struggle for some years without big increases in sales, then actively looking for a buyer becomes quite a good strategy, providing the original investors are happy with that approach. Plus of course the original investors weren't responsible for the spike in share price, so although it looks bad on a chart, they are probably still well in profit.
yump: The price could have dropped because nobody wants to buy them at the moment of course. Problem they have had is that they've got a high cost base relative to revenue. There are plenty of companies that reliably get a profit out of what is probably going to be around 10mln turnover. They just need more volume or to cut costs - not by a huge amount either. At interims they mentioned they've reduced some of the cost base, while at the same time revenues in the second half are expected to show acceleration. The other problem they've had is that folk got over-excited leading to the share price spike. That's not the companies fault. The earlier risk is always that you never know whether a loss maker will gather continuing hype and support, or whether it will fall down as people start looking at the actual profit figures. Chart pattern is always the same. Over-excitement and then depression. The key point is whether there is a growing business or not. Some just stagnate, some still grow. So there is often second bite at the cherry, if the cherry didn't poison you in the first place. PS I haven't actually looked back on the thread, but I bet that when PSL was posting significant losses at lower revenue levels, but the share price was spiking, many folk would have not wanted to discuss the high cost base and the revenue required to break into profit. A 'story' can only carry a share so far.
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