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|i sold half my holding at the highs as it had run along way and this is a very H2 weighted stock. Something like 1/3rds 2/3rds, for which there is no logical explanation. i suspect that might spook some new comers at the higher levels.|
|Thanks guys - can't afford level 2. SHould have sold out a while ago but stayed in on the positive news. Just usual low-volume weak holder Friday drama I suppse then - if I'd got more cash I'd top up myself, surprised it hasn't bounced already. Damn, now it's back down 8.4% again - can someone tell the sellers Cerillion is about saving users money, and should therefore be counter-cyclical??|
|its low volume -just stops being hit I would guess|
|Nothing, small trades at a much lower band, not even profit taking by a large holder. I made a small top up myself. Of course I know nothing but I would be surprised to see something particularly negative at this stage, given the additional contracts and recurring revenue....|
|I know it's an erratic stock, but anyone know the reason for the sudden 6% drop today?!?|
Those with long memories will remember how Polyus came to own Nezhdaninskoye.
And just look who they've sold it to!|
|Computer software company Cerillion climbed as it announced a contract win.
One year on from its stock market debut, shares have nearly doubled from their placing price of 76p.
The firm, which provides software to telecoms companies, won a tender with a European operator, initially worth £2.1million.
Cerillion will supply customer relationship management and billing software and provide an ongoing managed service to operate it. Shares gained 1.7 per cent, or 2.5p, to 147p.
|You missed it already. Good news I think. I topped up today.
See the contract announcement this morning above, and yesterday LL discussed the Co with the CEO on Share Radio.
Listen to our CEO @LouisTHall w/ Lord Lee & @SimonRoseRadio discuss #AIM via @ShareRadioUK (link: http://bit.ly/2mMstdB) bit.ly/2mMstdB|
|When's next news due?|
|You should be able to read it, I dont pay either. Certain articles are free if you sign up.|
|Thanks, can't read the article but that's good to hear|
|Comments worth reading from the master John Lee, he holds Cerillion.https://www.ft.com/content/5bdf2b8e-d1a6-11e6-b06b-680c49b4b4c0|
|looking lively today|
|no further upgrades on this win, now valued broadly in line with software and services peers on profit multiples but 3% yield and 20% growth this year. Continuing to bring on new customers.|
|upgrades to this years EBITDA from £3.1m to £3.6m due to the big contract win. Cheap vs the peer group.|
|there has been no stock on offer for some time. i suspect someone has lifted what little was left. they earn alot of revenues internationally and have a big back order book. Fairly solid which is what the market is after atm.|
|Has this been tipped somewhere? Good rise on now!|
|Could go a lot lower too. Current PE is very high in reality. Over 25. Too high in these markets.|
|Can see this heading back to Placing price of 76p per share like a lot of stuff
Cash generation hasnt been great - £8m generated but that was over FIVE years
Anyone got forecast. · Adjusted earnings per share of 2.3p in first half and more shares so P?E?R is high at over 20-25|
|Market is pish poor at mo.
Looks like its hard to even sell 2000 shares.
In a word - PANIC!|
|Weak pound creating problems i guess. They have to pay the Pune workers and that will inflate the costs?
now get 30 per cent less rupees to the pound than 3 years ago
And Brexit means less chance of new contract i guess as software is discretionary spend|
|“Now the catastrophic scenario that many feared has materialized, making the disintegration of the EU practically irreversible,” Soros wrote in a June 25 essay reflecting on the U.K. vote for Project Syndicate. “The consequences for the real economy will be comparable only to the financial crisis of 2007-2008.”|