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Sopheon Share Discussion Threads
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SPE.L has a current Value of 734.70p per share, which is undervalued compared to its Price of 457.50p per share. Value is computed from forecasted earnings per share, forecasted earnings growth, profitability, interest, and inflation rates.
|Entirely consistent, this is what I like about this company. Very professional and honest. Options are issued as an incentive so the company expects the share price to increase from here methinks.|
|Couldn't agree more.|
|Is excellent news and demonstrates that the management are being fair and not greedy. Obviously confident of ongoing growth. Nice to see in a world of greed !!!|
|Good news I think! exercise price 467.775:-) More to come the next years:-)))
("Sopheon" or "the Company")
Grant of Options / PDMR dealing
Sopheon announces that the Company has granted 36,650 options over ordinary shares of 20 pence each in the share capital of the Company ("Options") to certain directors. These grants are part of a wider option grant of 163,900 Options, to certain key executives and departmental managers of the Company. Of the directors, Andrew Michuda has been granted 25,000 Options, and Arif Karimjee has been granted 11,650 Options.
The Options granted will vest over 3 years, and are exercisable up to 10 years from the date of grant. The exercise price of the Options is 467.5 pence per share, being the mid-market closing price on AIM on 15 February 2017.
Following this grant, Andrew Michuda has 240,000 Options in total, and Arif Karimjee has 75,000 Options. In addition, Andrew Michuda and Arif Karimjee respectively own 30,000 and 50,000 ordinary shares of the Company, and they (or persons connected with them) are respectively invested in £45,000 and £27,000 of the Company's convertible loan stock.|
|Hi battlebus, yes I remember too. Hard to imagine it wasn't much more than 12 months ago. Have been top slicing and reinvesting from time to time because I very quickly became top heavy (on at least three occasions), but have kept a core holding that I will hang on to. GLA|
|Also in at 65p, I remember you chadders when I first set up the thread. I've recently taken the last profits out of these but will retain a small holding. It's been a great run in just over a year. Good luck to all holders.|
|in at 65p - that's impressive! And I was pleased with my 2.80 entry!|
|DSAO, not many shares in total and if this does earnings of 35p it ought to be on a P.E of 20. Most brokers bullish from £5 plus. Been in since 65p and it has a fantastic record of under promising and over delivering. No advice intended btw.|
|Chadders, What makes you think it will rise further from here? Over a month to go until 23rd March. It seems to have the jitters atm. and people so often sell on good news.|
|No news, and I'm not expecting any before 23rd March unless it's a further upgrade to accolade. They tend not to release info about contract wins. I suspect a shortage of stock and a realisation that this really could rise significantly still from here if the profit numbers surprise on the upside.|
|Anyone is there news??|
|today in consumer goods
Sopheon Recognized as Top Solution Provider by Consumer Goods Innovators for 7th Consecutive Year|
|Ok Bamboo! ask you again for a fever. Could you give me a technical chart pound vs euro .
Thanks a lot|
|Bamboo - I think I did the same - should have split it to be honest - can't complain though|
|trinko, I'm short of capital to play with, so if I need funds for another trade, I have to make a decision which one gets the chop!
Most recently it was SPE to provide the cash to increase my holding in KAZ.|
|montyhedge - front running is a term from the pit trading days when you had youngsters running the in coming paper order tickets from the booths around the edge of the pit to the traders on the pit floor. If they had received or caught wind of a huge whale order coming in they would try run their small tickets into the pit in front of the whale order cos they knew it would push up the mkt.
CR definitely used to front run his recovery picks ie load up before telling his followers - and was pretty up front about it! All part of crowd trading I guess and ethical only if you declare.
Exiting is less virtuous in general - they either blatantly ramp into what they already know is a topping out mkt (because they are old hands who have seen it many times before) or a topping out asset that has reached this yrs & nxt yrs valuation early. The other strategy is quietly slip away - then declare only when out. So an element of candour or liars poker on the exit.
For the main though, if they are stage analysis investors/traders ie get in nr the btm of a new life cycle and try ride it all the way up, most of the ramping/tipping is because they are in, and they are in because they genuinely believe it hasn't reached end of growth cycle yet. So unless they are ramping just as the mkt and or asset is obv rolling over on real fundamental news - its prob genuine.
SPEs T/U was hot - so I don't think its end of cycle.|
|Bamboo, you took to early profit you said! I'am sorry for you.
But the charts looks the same or next stop will be around 543p?
Thanks a lot|
|My opinion! They tipped them now because forward looking is looking great!
There will be dips but for the short therm! Almost no free-float.
And for the full year net profit about 35 pence or more.
So a fast growing company a P/E ratio off 20 is reasonable.
So in my thoughts and opinion a stock price after the full year earnings release of 700p is more than reasonable.
Don't trade on this, this is only my opinion and i act on it. So i think not many share will come to market before the release.
We will see.
But everybody good luck|
|These so-called tipsters are definitely up to their tricks, montyhedge.|
|Not sure which tips you're talking about Monty. The naked trader bought in at 330 and then announced it. He recently announced he topped up which was at 389.
It may have moved up somewhat on the back of this but not a lot. I think we are still undervalued and still got a bit of room to move up yet.|
|Just funny not tipped when 250p, tip them when they all time high?|
|monty, Why wouldn't they? Conscience?
Looks like I was too quick to take profit!|
|I don't think this has anything to do with the tip now.|
|I wonder if these tipsters front run, in other words buy, a few weeks ago, let it go up slowly then sell when tipped. Any thoughts?|