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|Well the chart is starting to look interesting....|
|Better trading day today|
|I'll take 16p....in fact I'd sell at 16p. I may have to wait a while though!|
|So why does share price fall after so many buys Vs sells today?|
|Fair enough. I thought they had the right tech with the biodegradable bags, plus a load of MPs involved. And now we're paying 5p for a normal plastic bag?|
|cheers zcaprd!.. only time will tell
but they seem to have the right tech at the right time, so I'd rather be long than short for sure.
and the opportunity is worth the risk.|
|Winthrip will be shoughting his mouth off tomorrow and we should get a small rise as the lemons follow his tip|
|No. Not everyone happy. Plenty of disgruntled long term holders, plus those suckered in a while back, I would think. They've been trundling along for years, just about breaking even, paying themselves generous salaries. The sales you talk of have been promised many, many times before, and they are in permanent start mode with a new product every year... I know it must be exciting as a new holder now, but you have been duly warned! Good luck!|
|AuDigger.. This is 16p before 6p now|
|Excellent turnaround in numbers.. Sales about to explode = straight through to bottom line Exciting times ahead watching this stock rise after years of investment in world leading technology! They certainly have the right technology at the right time... Everyone happy?|
|Back to 6p it would appear....|
|Pull back before the next push or slow drift back to 6p? Plastic is well and truly on the environmental agenda but can SYM leverage the opportunity?|
|I had it over valued at a quid, shows what I know its now over £3.|
|Purplebricks is also way overvalued IMHO. Seen as disruptive to the sector. We will see how that one pans out.|
|Look at purp, companies with higher p/e's have them for a reason.
More deals will emerge over the coming months, watch this space.|
|It has no patents, just knowledge on how to use the material - so a sales & marketing company, with a twist. I like what they do, but the valuation looks bonkers. I called up companyrefs and in 2011 it had turnover of £8.5m, in its recent trading statement stated £6.8m - its top line is all over the place. It does have major competitors and really doesn't have much to give over and above what they do. Also I think it will have to do a placing soon, as it was down to 20 grand at the half year and think it is still consuming cash. See Cantors its broker, has £100k PBT for 2016, puts it on a PE of 147x, which quite high, given its history|
|Mattjos we have heard all this before, the wonderful ideas which never materialise.
I wish the company well, hoping they make so much profit so the BoD can take £2m per annum and your shares increase to £1. Reality....not a chance.What IP do they have on anti-microbial?|
|I don't get why antimicrobial pipes are a 'game changer' No-one else in the world uses / needs them. The water in them is chlorinated - that does the job.
What is the unique proposition - anti-microbial additives for plastics have long been available.|
|currently valued at 2.15 trailing (FY16) revenues.
Does not seem particularly demanding for a technology company with a strong brand and global presence in its market sector.
75 distributors in 100 countries.
Whilst historically they were really just about the d2w technology, I would argue that it is actually the d2p technology that will drive sales from here onwards.
d2t is rather an unknown & they may not be able to say much about it, for obvious reasons.
If d2p takes off in the same way that Microban did years ago (when Sainsbury's brought it to market with a time-limited exclusivity) then, sales could grow very significantly.
These first two contracts are a good start .. let's see if they get quick follow-on adoption and orders. If so, the business model is such that growing revenues will very, very quickly translate into growing profits (now that we are achieving profitability on £6.8m sales).
Paying just 2 x Revs for an established company of 15 years. Seems damn cheap to me given the marketing, R&D & Distributor partner development + market presence over the last 15 years.
A new entrant would have to spend much, much more than this to try and break into the market from a standing start.|
|Funny share ... the thread is busier when it's going down. The old lags, hoping for the business & its directors to fail, seem shocked into silence when the price rises and the business shows tangible signs of growth & profitability.When next I get a few days clear, I will be starting a new thread here to highlight the potential. Anyone with suggestions / research for inclusion in the header of that, please let me know.|
|Falia you are such a desperate ramper.If yiu didn't use CAPITALS then people might even read your postings.Capitals is a sign that you're afraid of not being heard.|
|Looks like it's heading back down now.Losing its gains after the ramp has fizzled out.Back to 8p and then lower|