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Cap-xx Limited LSE:CPX London Ordinary Share AU0000XINAS1 ORD NPV
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Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 2.22 -1.91 -0.43 20
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Cap-xx Daily Update: Cap-xx Limited is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CPX. The last closing price for Cap-xx was 4p.
Cap-xx Limited has a 4 week average price of 3.88p and a 12 week average price of 3.88p.
The 1 year high share price is 7.30p while the 1 year low share price is currently 3.88p.
There are currently 509,173,491 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 529,402 shares. The market capitalisation of Cap-xx Limited is £20,366,939.64.
jailbird: I thought CPX were at inflexion point Scrutable , when will fortunes turn here ?
sidam: It is interesting that Continental is not new to the product only as a direct customer of CPX, it was a client of Murata. That said, it is good news as a company like Continental would not enter into such a contract if they thought there was a financial risk with CPX. Although Cenkos have reduced their estimates by around 10% this is partly due to removing any royalty payments which the say they done but looking at their projections only for the current year. However, they have added numbers for June 2024 for the first time. It looks as though EPS could be 0.5p for that year. Ten times next year’s earnings in Feb 2023 would appear to me to give very decent upside. I continue to hold.
grahamwales: Where has the cash gone. According to figures released by CPX they have burned though nearly $4 million in the last 6 months. $3.2 million tax rebate $5.7 million fund raise $100k opening cash position Total $9 million Closing cash position $5 million.
grahamwales: So AVX follows Murata and as predicted losses increasing. CPX patents are obviously being overtaken by small changes by the look of it
bomber13: Thanks for that Meijiman , perhaps we will get a trading update as well ? Last year it was on 9th Feb followed by interim results at the end of February . As far as I am aware , both Cenkos and Allenby still have target share prices well above 10p , and the AGM statement in late October talked of sales being up 25% in Q1 to end September despite Sydney operations being in lockdown throughout the quarter . It also talked of output from their contract manufacturer in Malaysia being up 25% . Like you , I am hoping that patience will become a virtue .
scrutable: With CPX, investors have been lucky in not having had to wait 20 years. It has taken only six to reach the point of inflexion in the down trend, which is reinforced today. The string of contracts listed for Y21 in my last post must have created an expectation of a share price acceleration to come. The recognition of future value seems to have smitten investors today - unless there is leakage of a court decision against Tesla's Maxwell, which would have a similar effect.
scrutable: tia i suspect your disappointment is due to you having invested far too early during the first 20 years of a typical technology innovation. During this period the costs of research and testing successive stages of the evolving design depress the P & L account. At some point (and for CPX that was mid 2021) the losses become visible as intangible assets and pay-off with increasing sales volume traction. It has been a long wait but quite normal e.g CWR and ITM,OXB, IKA, EQT and many more, which then generate increasing gross margin and rebounding share price. I counsel, Patience rather than disillusion. You will. I believe, now be rewarded. GLA
scrutable: Jailbird It is exactly your approach and evaluation of the company which gives the 'half glass empty' view and allows others the devaluation and buying opportunity. Most investors judge companies on their financial reports alone. I am a lifelong retired international marketing professional and see things "the other way up" You will invest with greater success when dealing with innovation if you become decisively aware that innovation ensures 10-20 years of losses and share price erosion in return for intangible assets: patents, know how, licensing potential, production capability and exponentially growing (if competition allows) market share. I believe that CPX is stuffed full of these and that they are essential to the future generation of increasing income. Ignore overheads for the next two financial reports and see how fast (if at all) the operating margin is increasing. If so it will eventually bring this innovator out into the sunshine where it belongs as world leading in its sector. Look at ILIKA for a comparison. That too is full of similar or even greater promise because of UK Gov and industry backing for solid state alternatives to liquid lithium-ion batteries. Watch the gross margin of either company at the next two reporting dates and see how much it has improved before you cement your judgement. Unfortunately for the moment CPX has to make its own way alone.
scrutable: Incredible that this very strong RNS - REACH has been noticed by so few investors. The notice begins with: "Sydney, Australia - December 10, 2021 - CAP-XX Limited (LSE:CPX), the leading manufacturer of ultra-thin prismatic and cylindrical supercapacitors, announced that FiiO, a leader in HiFi audio gear from China, has selected the ultra-thin CAP-XX DMF470 supercap for its new M17 high fidelity portable music player. FiiO has integrated desktop-grade components to deliver loud, clear, high-quality sound that is groundbreaking for a portable music player. The CAP-XX DMF470 supercapacitor is equivalent to 10,000 47uF tantalum capacitors providing a solid foundation for a large power supply." The RNS continues with lots of detail on the benefit to portable audio. Remember this is with a Chinese customer - so has bigger impact potential than previous 'Wins" .................................................................................... Only 4 buyers have emerged by 8.40am though the price which has this year seeped slowly down during start up of production in the new Sydney factory, has been marked up then driven further up, this morning by 4.6% in the face of the further proof of excellence. There is still a lot of recovery to go for whilst the discount on historical value is so large. CPX is the largest recovery play in my modest portfolio. The next H1 Trading update is expected in the results due early Feb and the H1 results a fortnight later if last year's calendar is mimicked. This is now, arguably, from its string of contract 'Wins', the world leader in an ever more important switch from liquid batteries to solid state and shareholders still hope for positive news from the court decision on the patent transgression by Elon Musk's Maxwell subsidiary which awaits the hearing in the same Delaware Court and the same judge, as has found for CPX previously.
meijiman: Let's hope that the two brokers can help the share price as well. Both have target prices of 15/16p. I can't see how cpx can lose the legal case v Maxwell as i's essentially same dispute as the Ioxus one..believe same judge as well. Mediation should come up with a workable solution.
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