Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Win Plc LSE:WNN London Ordinary Share GB00B02R1720 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 149.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 41.9 0.4 5.5 27.1 16.76

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03/8/201012:29Its WNN for the WIN as investment bears fruit47.00
16/3/201008:22WIN plc 2009 - ticking all the value boxes !151.00
01/6/200916:23WIN plc : Mobile Services 2008 thread121.00
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07/2/200812:36WIN in 2007 : Evolving Mobile Media Services13.00

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30/4/2010
09:04
adam: I think should be sold for £5. I never bought many of these because the CEO was on such a fat salary and didn't hold any shares. Now since 2005 the share price has been on the decline from £5 and he agrees to recommend selling the company at a fire-sale price! Makes you wonder if someone is getting a nice golden parachute or job offer. This is why it is important for CEOs to have meaningful stakes in the companies they run.
21/8/2009
12:52
rivaldo: I said earlier that a little interest here could see the price quickly up to 75p-80p imho given the lack of available shares. Here's the tip summary again: "With its shares at 49p, WIN is capitalised at just £4.98 million. Strip out the cash and the business is being valued at £1.62 million or just 16p per share. This is less than 2x trough year earnings. Even accounting for the current difficulties with New Media and valuing the company on a lowly 5x forecast 2010 earnings + net cash suggests a share price of 95.5p – 95% upside from current levels. The shares are also supported by a dividend yield in excess of 4% at the current share price and I personally see even the earnings multiple I use as too conservative. However, the upside is clear. At 49p and at up to 60p with an initial price target of 95.5p, WIN is a "buy"."
21/8/2009
10:26
rivaldo: I'd assume subscribers have seen the article now, so here's the conclusion. I bought just a few as it does look cheap, and just a little interest here could see the price quickly up to 75p-80p imho given the lack of available shares: "With its shares at 49p, WIN is capitalised at just £4.98 million. Strip out the cash and the business is being valued at £1.62 million or just 16p per share. This is less than 2x trough year earnings. Even accounting for the current difficulties with New Media and valuing the company on a lowly 5x forecast 2010 earnings + net cash suggests a share price of 95.5p – 95% upside from current levels. The shares are also supported by a dividend yield in excess of 4% at the current share price and I personally see even the earnings multiple I use as too conservative. However, the upside is clear. At 49p and at up to 60p with an initial price target of 95.5p, WIN is a "buy"."
21/8/2009
08:10
she-ra: mjcrockett - That doesnt explain why the share price has held when 9% of the company's shares were sold over 2 days.Someones mopping them up.
17/3/2009
12:27
leighbarton: Goonertone - saw the drop in share price and can't make out how this relates to the disclosure of sales. The share is incredibly illiquid, but even so this looks like a hell of a fall for such a small transaction. Does level 2 tell you anything?
15/4/2008
12:57
8trader: Hi Goonertone...O/T..do you still hold Amu..been a while on those talks ! Back to Wnn and my friend Tanners posted this on one of my threads about Wnn, you say there's a seller, i can agree but those online limits seem to suggest differently, 135-140p...can sell 12500 at 136.5p and only buy 5k at full 140p offer, next offer is 148p on L2 so there's quite a gap. Still over 5% of the stock that changed hands unnacounted for ? tanners - 11 Apr'08 - 10:13 - 232 of 239 (premium) Wnn looks interesting 8 trader......I had a brief look last night and the figures certainly look they should provide a base to the share price. From memroy I think the M/Cap is c. 12M but theres over 4 M of free cash on the balance sheet which leaves a Co valued at 8M and making PTP in excess of 2M. I'd be stretching it to say I fully understand the market it's in or the potential risks/downsides to it's trading but as a punt it certainly looks interesting.
12/3/2008
23:54
goonertone: OK read it properly now. Probably one of the best incentive schemes I've seen for a listed company. The timescale is 3 years. In that time in order to benefit from the share options they musy have: a) Grown the eps by at least an average of 20% per annum over the three years b) Grown the share price to at least £3.00 c) Purchased an equivalent number of shares in their own right. If they leave they get no benefits and if they miss targets the options lapse. I like it and personally hope that they alll get their maximum entitlement. GT
12/3/2008
17:04
goonertone: Still trying to make sense of the mgmt incentive package announced yesterday. Will look at properly when I get home but initially it looks like they get shaes issued at nil cost if certain targets hit. They also need to have purchased a specified amount of shares to qualify for their full entitlement. Nothing issued unless they grow eps by minimum 20% per annum and get the share price above £3.00 in the next 12 months. In order to get his full entitlement Rivers will have needed to up his shareholding to 175,000 shares, increased eps 35% pa and got share price above £5.00. am I right in thinking that if he pays out the £250k to £300k for shares he stands to receive £875000 if he hits the target. Quite an incentive but a stiff target. Gt
04/2/2008
10:09
goonertone: LA Didn't realise there was a new thread. Just posted on the old one. Which one are we using? Only seems to be you and me posting so which one do you want to use? This was my posting on the other board. Something up this morning(other than the share price)? Several small buys coming in early and the share price has skipped up with L2 looking very strong. Has bounced twice off 137.5 now. Has it bottomed? If so this could jump back up very quickly on minimal volumes as it has in the past. 160 is short term resistance but more realistic resistance is 180p. Latest broker forecasts have 26.8 eps for 2008 and 5p dividend by 2009. Graham Rivers appears on ealy evidence to be turning the company around and expanding into a more diverse mix of countries offering the company much greater growth opportunities. In the current enviroment no debt, cash in bank, cash generative, growth, progressive dividend policy what more can you want. I might even pick up s few myself to go with the ones in my SIPP. GT
04/2/2008
09:38
goonertone: Something up this morning(other than the share price)? Several small buys coming in early and the share price has skipped up with L2 looking very strong. Has bounced twice of 137.5 now. Has it bottomed? If so this could jump back up very quickly on minimal volumes as it has in the past. 160 is short term resistance but more realistic resistance is 180p. Latest broker forecasts have 26.8 eps for 2008 and 5p dividend by 2009. Graham Rivers appears on ealy evidence to be turning the company around and expanding into a more diverse mix of countries offering the company much greater groth opportunities. In the current enviroment no debt, cash in bank, cash generative, growth, progressive dividend policy what more can you want. I might even pick up s few myself to go with the ones in my SIPP. GT
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