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|Not worried by volatility as long as I have a position size at my comfort level, but a 55% price rise within 7 weeks of initial purchase was difficult to resist.
Always my intention to buy back in here which I have now started, ready for the future growth opportunities on offer.|
|Yes, if volatility worries you then you're in the wrong place. On a two year view I believe this remains very good value with good management and plenty of room for expansion.|
|Started to buy back in here today, must admit to grabbing a quick profit last month, but always intended buying back given a chance.
They still generate most of their revenues in the US, which is where I want my portfolio exposed too, as well as current strong economic conditions there could be boost to WATR from planed increased infrastructure spending in the US.
Last trading update was rather positive towards growth particularly in the USA, and encouraging to read that NRW UK are exceeding revenue and profit expectations.|
|silverfern: you cant ramp shares - its a myth. Unless you're a journalist with a huge audience. Sorry to burst your bubble. All posts simply show your emotional state about your investment. Apologies, but its true.
You cannot blame me for WEY education going up, it just did.
I bought WATR because it was on mudbaths list for a share likely to double by Christmas 2017. So if it falls a lot, obviously I'm concerned. The graph says fallen from 140 to 120. The graph is either right or wrong. But either way its concerning|
|netcurtains - what kind if investor are you? Firstly most of the 'drop' is a tightening of the spread, and secondly a stop loss policy on a share that is this illiquid is crazy imho. I wont care if this falls to 100p - I'll buy more because I think the company has the right strategy and perhaps the right management, but it will take more than £20k of trades to put me off. If you want to call anything a disaster reflect on your investment acumen in the light of your ramping posts.|
|Agree its a shame to see profits drop here, been a nice quiet riser.
Just picked a few up as it seems to have bounced off the 50dsma so hoping its marked the bottom of the dip again.|
|It's recovering nicely, don't sell into it netcurtains. I'm getting qouted £1.29 for more.....|
|basem1: I got in about jan 3rd... So I'm OK but hate to see profits evaporate.|
|There were some largish buys at 147p, wonder how those guys are feeling ??.|
|It's difficult to trade and buy back. I have 6000 that stand me at 71p after trading in and out. So I'm not too bad. First purchase was 97p so I've done well to get my average down.|
|basem1: I should have sold too. Its bust through my stop loss and then some. Just got to hope now that it recovers over the next few weeks. What a disaster!|
|Just more sells than buys. From memory this week 13k sold 2k boughtEnd of tax year so it might be April before the buyers return.|
|...any reason why the price has slipped over the past week or so?|
|If we can turn WATR into WINE that would be good for us too. SUffice to say, this company has the opportunities in front of it, this year should show whether they have the acumen and vision to deliver.
I am tempted to say 'Netcurtains, pull yourself together', but I won't.|
|Lighten up Tinker10, I think his comment was a little tongue in cheek.|
|ha ha ha! Well done netcurtains, that is by far the biggest ramp I have ever seen. 50% of the infrastructure budget! If WATR got 0.001% of that it would be a great result.
I agree that his proposed infrastructure spend could be good for WATR, but let's keep a spot of realism, this company will do well without mindless ramping.|
|Today Donald Trump went before Congress and announced his ONE TRILLION DOLLAR budget on infrastructure. If WATR can get just 50% of that budget they will be a half trillion pound company...
And why not? Someone has to get the big contracts - why not a water leak company - this is where the USA has its biggest problem - a lack of water.|
|Healthy pullback, hopefully another leg coming. There was plenty of buying at 147p on the last run.|
|Blimy its a loney job ramping American Plumbers..
I remember the days of Super Mario and everyone loved American Plumbers.|
$110 billion to upgrade local water and sewer systems by providing local communities and taxpayers with federal grants, rather than loans.
|You, MR TRUMP, got into power - JUST -
you promised a "WALL" and "CLEAN WATER".......
You know it makes some sort of sense...
US buyers buying in afternoons - they believe.
Look at the graph. They believe.|
|What did TRUMP say:
“Cancel billions in payments to UN climate change programs and use the money to fix America’s water and environmental infrastructure” [from the Contract with the American Voter]
|TRUMP and WATER LEAKS
|If you have a big leaking dam in the USA and 200,000 people have to move.
Is there a Water Leaks Company that could come and sort it?
But seriously Water Leaks in the USA need to be sorted. TRump needs to pull his finger out and invest in sorting the leaks.|
|Graham Neary on Stockopedia today - Quite positive!
Water Intelligence (LON:WATR)
Share price: 133p (+6%)
No. shares: 12m
Market cap: £16m
Q4 Trading Update and Year-End Corporate Items
This primarily US-based leak detection and fixing business has been going from strength to strength over the past year, culminating in the following Q4 trading update:
The Company's strong financial performance referred to in the Q3 Trading Update on 21 December 2016, continued for the remainder of 2016. Revenue growth exceeded market expectations within all sales channels, including newly acquired UK-based NRW Utilities, with total revenues for the year of $12.2m (2015: $8.8m) with adjusted profit before tax in-line with market expectations.
Costs rose due to a UK acquisition and a few other activities which are not ongoing, so hopefully 2017 will be even better.
Profit margins are expected to grow during 2017 with a full year of trading from the 2016 acquisitions, together with continued organic growth.
There's another small bonus for investors as the company announces that it will release final results on or around 9 May. Last year, investors had to wait until June to get the figures, which is far from ideal.
I discussed this company last year and noted the high returns achievable through its franchise business model.
My opinion: Highly investable if you're comfortable owning a US company.|