Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Centralnic LSE:CNIC London Ordinary Share GB00BCCW4X83 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +10.00p +19.42% 61.50p 61.00p 62.00p 67.50p 52.50p 52.50p 1,126,127 15:22:06
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 22.1 1.2 1.0 61.5 58.98

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24/7/2017
13:52
anybody know MMX ???
jackson83
24/7/2017
13:20
I posted the tip about 8 posts back lol
battlebus2
24/7/2017
12:52
TSmith - it was tipped by Midas in the Daily Mail
mtness2
24/7/2017
08:47
Lots of potential here...
playful
24/7/2017
08:29
Tipped by who?
tsmith2
24/7/2017
08:21
Great start to the week on that tip :-)
cheshire man
23/7/2017
18:42
Lol just in case people cant click a link....
tradewithtrend
23/7/2017
18:27
TIPPED STRONG BUY 💰💰🆙CentralNic is a big player in a vital part of the internet. The firm owns and sells top-level domain name suffixes, the letters that immediately follow the dot on website addresses. Its share price is 51½p and this should rise considerably as the business expands. The first top-level domain (TLD) was .mil for the US military. Then American universities were given .edu and the US department of commerce .com. That was back in 1984. Country codes were also established, such as .fr for France. Few people back then had any idea how integral the internet would become to everyday lives, so a number of countries sold their codes to the first available buyer. Centralnic is a big player in a vital part of the internet. The firm owns and sells top-level domain name suffixes, the letters that immediately follow the dot on website addresses +2 Centralnic is a big player in a vital part of the internet. The firm owns and sells top-level domain name suffixes, the letters that immediately follow the dot on website addresses By the mid-1990s, a brisk trade had developed in these codes, and the founders of CentralNic – UK property developers by profession – spotted an opportunity. Over the years, they built a registry of top-level domains, such as .fm – originally for the Federated States of Micronesia, a country of 600 islands in the Western Pacific, but popular with radio stations – and .la – originally for Laos, but popular with firms in Los Angeles. The business ticked along nicely, but in 2012, the domain name industry began a process of radical change, when the powers that be – under the auspices of a global body called The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers – allowed people and organisations to create their own top-level domains. The process is long and arduous to deter rogue or foolish requests. Applicants must pay $185,000 (£140,000) just to apply for a new, top-level domain, and must pass rigorous checks to ensure they are bona fide. Today there are about 1,200 new, top-level domains and CentralNic is the world’s leading distributor, with six of the top 20, such as .online, .website and .xyz. The company was listed on AIM, London’s junior stock exchange, in 2013 when the domain name revolution was just starting. The shares were priced at 57p and CentralNic was purely a distributor. In other words, it sold the right to use these suffixes to website registrars such as the American firm Go Daddy or the German firm 1&1, which then sold them to individuals and firms. Today, there are 100 million websites worldwide, most run by North Americans or Western Europeans. But firms in emerging markets are rapidly moving online Recently, however, CentralNic has expanded into the end-user market, becoming both a wholesaler and retailer. At the end of 2015, the firm paid £18 million for Instra Group, an Australian-based domain name registrar aimed at emerging markets. The acquisition was astute. The rules surrounding domain names may sound complex and arcane, but no one can set up a website without licensing a top-level domain from a registrar. Today, there are 100 million websites worldwide, most run by North Americans or Western Europeans. But firms in emerging markets are rapidly moving online. As they do, they need a reliable registrar. Having acquired Instra, CentralNic is well positioned to benefit from this as thousands of businesses in regions such as Asia and the Middle East launch websites. The acquisition is already reaping returns. In 2016, CentralNic’s turnover rose 113 per cent to £22 million, while underlying profits were up 68 per cent to £5.5 million. Further rapid growth is expected over the next few years, both organic and from future acquisitions. Annual costs for licensing a website address are modest, but firms tend to stick with the same provider and pay in advance, so revenues are solid and predictable. Most providers offer related services too, helping customers build and manage websites, for a fee. There are hundreds of small firms operating in the top-level domain industry – some owning the names, some distributing them, some selling them to end-customers. But the sector is expected to consolidate over the next few years, creating a handful of dominant players. CentralNic, run by ambitious Australian Ben Crawford, is keen to participate in the consolidation process. If all goes well, that should mean expanding to a certain size before being taken over by a giant in the industry. Midas verdict: CentralNic did not have the easiest debut on AIM. The shares doubled in the first few months, only to collapse to 25p as enthusiastic buyers came and went. Today, however, at 51½p the stock is a bargain. Crawford’s strategy is entirely logical and the shares should go far. Buy.
jamesto2
23/7/2017
18:16
Midas in Daily Mail re. CentralNic Midas has written an interesting piece in the Daily Mail about CentralNic and domain names - CentralNic "keen to participate in the consolidation process" apparently "There are hundreds of small firms operating in the top-level domain industry – some owning the names, some distributing them, some selling them to end-customers. But the sector is expected to consolidate over the next few years, creating a handful of dominant players. CentralNic, run by ambitious Australian Ben Crawford, is keen to participate in the consolidation process. If all goes well, that should mean expanding to a certain size before being taken over by a giant in the industry. Midas verdict: CentralNic did not have the easiest debut on AIM. The shares doubled in the first few months, only to collapse to 25p as enthusiastic buyers came and went. Today, however, at 51½p the stock is a bargain. Crawford’s strategy is entirely logical and the shares should go far. Buy. " http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/investing/article-4720698/Internet-domain-firm-buy-written-it.html
hotaimstocks
23/7/2017
15:25
Yes we all wonder about that, maybe in time Saucepan but the main thing is it's an improved picture from the last time you were invested.
battlebus2
23/7/2017
10:01
Thanks for drawing to attention, bb2. CNIC should do well on Monday. I have just taken another look. 9 May results look very good, with a confident outlook, and the appointment of Sarah Ryan seems an interesting statement of intent re acquisitions. I must admit I am quite tempted to buy back in, but not sure whether to chase the price on Monday. Will watch the price action with interest. PS. I still wonder why Ben Crawford does not have a disclosable holding.
saucepan
23/7/2017
09:28
What kept you lol, I gave it two hours and no one posted...
battlebus2
23/7/2017
08:48
Beat me to it BB :-)
cheshire man
22/7/2017
23:19
Midas says buy 👍👍👍 hTTp://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/investing/article-4720698/Internet-domain-firm-buy-written-it.html
battlebus2
14/6/2017
17:41
There is a detailed report on CentralNIC's recent AGM which can be found in our members network: hTTp://www.sharesoc.org/members_network.html Our members network is exclusive to full members so to access the report, you'll need to be a full member of ShareSoc. We are a not-for-profit organisation that supports individual shareholders and campaigns for shareholder rights. If you're not already a member you can join here: hTTp://www.sharesoc.org/membership.html Once you've joined, you'll receive an invitation to register for our "members network", our private social network, from where you'll be able to access the report (and reports on 100s of other meetings). If you're already a member and have any difficulty accessing the report, please do not hesitate to contact us here: hTTp://www.sharesoc.org/contact.html
sharesoc
01/6/2017
20:38
hmmmmm, I have TST AGM the day before.....half considering making the effort.....
pj 1
01/6/2017
15:36
CentralNic CEO Ben Crawford will present to investors at the Proactive One2One Forum on 15th June. For details and registration please click here https://tinyurl.com/kcypjnr
aim_trader
26/5/2017
09:40
Ha, could well be.
battlebus2
26/5/2017
08:18
BB2, is that why nearly all his previous posts are just a full stop (ie he makes a prediction, it doesn't turn out, he deletes it)?
b1ggles
25/5/2017
19:42
Hope your right this time as you've been saying that for yonks
battlebus2
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