||ORD ILS0.01 (DI)
||EPS - Basic
||Market Cap (m)
|Software & Computer Services
Simigon Share Discussion Threads
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|Finncap have reiterated their 45p target price here:
|Nice 40k buy at 23p caused a tick up.
I'd have thought Trump's focus on increased defence spending would be good for SIM, with the likes of Lockheed Martin, the US Air Force etc as clients.|
|Another 75k of sales absorbed yesterday by our buyer in the background.|
|Perhaps, I have been known to knock up some simulation software in a former life. I wouldn't employ me though, far too much trouble :-)|
|Knock knock, Who's there?MossadMossad w................:-)|
|Beware of Umbrellas near your leg!|
|You'll never guess who's just checked out my Linkedin Profile - Ami Vizer!!|
|They would need to announce any buy backs via RNS, so I very much doubt it.|
|As was raised by someone on the LSE shares board, could this buying be the Co as a precursor to taking it private?|
|Again today, the 25 pence addict adds a further 110,000, again late reported. This looks like a long term buy order is in and is being worked.|
|That's almost 450,000 shares bought in 4 OK (institutional?) trades over the last few days.
The point being that even thought the share price is unchanged, there are many reasons for selling, a number of which have nowt to do with the company itself (change of fund manager, top-slicing, overweighting in portfolio etc).
Whereas there is only one reason for buying.
Interesting to see what news flow we get in the next few weeks. There should surely be a holdings RNS or two at the least.|
|Indeed so would I, can I suggest you ask the Finance Director the question, who can be reached here:Efim@simigon.com :-)|
|yump, I'll be interested to hear how they reply.|
|I made some good money on IOF and CBUY years ago but got out when they became "Religious Stocks" as you say.|
|yump, would you rather be in Moni, Iof, CBUY etc etc the list is endless, Jamtommorrow stocks on Aim. This has a demonstrable business model, loads of cash and someone is taking large chunks of shares. What more do you want! Chill man.|
|Wouldn't surprise me. Or it could be a gradual movement of shares to apparently unconnected parties who then join together to vote on a takeover.
Now I've looked a little closer at the figures, its starting to wind me up.
Particularly the last bit of this statement:
"Looking ahead, blah, blah... The Board's confidence in its ability to deliver growth over the long term is demonstrated by the Company's continued annual dividend distribution".
Well that's incredibly generous of them to continue it, isn't it ?
Given they are awash with assets and have a massive asset/liability ratio, particularly cash.|
|Would have to notify via RNS|
|Could it be the Co buying its own shares? At such a low price they could reduce the shares in issue in turn raising the eps and trigger a bonus for Directors?|
|Yep, that day 2 weeks ago was around 13 % of the company, so we are due another notification I would think. The price moved up some 20% on that 2 week ago day though. The onus is the new owner / old owner to disclose, so still something "in the background" that needs notifying I would assume?|
|5% (2.5m shares) bought over the last 10 days. That is a lot, but twice that were dumped in 2 days just over a fortnight ago. Interesting that neither moved the price all that much. And it is surprising that we did not get notification of a change down in a major shareholding. We've had one change up, from 'not notifiable' to 6.8% at Axion before the recent purchases.|
|Another 100k at 25p reported late Friday on ADVFN|