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|no offence taken old chum.|
|Another Up day Woody, nothing personal butI hope you don't get your retrace.|
|bb2 agreed but as we know nothing goes up in a vertical line despite decent fundamentals.................not even WEY.
The price has moved ahead of itself imv, i can be patient. I like the potential and the per is very good value based on forecasts (if you exclude the capitalised costs) but I'm afraid i can't see beyond historical 2.5p eps so we'll need to see some profit taking first to bring the price down to a reasonable level.
I'm a fan but at the right price and that's in the chart too, i'll know when i see it.
post note: big shooting star today at historical resistance around 70pish so looks like a reversal signal to me. Maybe we'll see it come into my range over the coming days|
|I recently bought so great to see today's rise. Woody I see the points your raising but sometimes you have to overlook what seems a high valuation.|
|Nice rise so far today.|
|Thought about buying today but on reflection the profit line isn't all it seems.
They capitalised £2.3m of costs and amortised nearly £1.3m so profits inflated by roughly £1m. EPS on this basis would have been around 2.5p so it looks to have moved a little ahead of itself imo.
Added to that they paid very little tax possibly due to R&D credits but they have net tax liabilities of over £1m on the balance sheet to absorb.
notwithstanding they seem to be generating cash and the balance sheet retained earnings improved.
Although the narrative for future growth was very positive i need to see it retrace a quite a bit to get my interest.
I have no issue with paying top dollar for stocks with strong growth prospects if they're in a strong chart uptrend but CNC's historic reveue and profit record doesn't inspire that kind of thinking.
|Solid results but not exciting.
A yield of 3.5% with the dividend increased on a regular basis is something to be thankful for.
All that cash must give rise to temptation but CNC has never made a substantial acquisition as far as I can remember.|
|Val, I agree the results are not stellar, they are very much steady as she goes. The bottom line growth is something they need to focus on.|
|Profit still only at the level it was a few years ago and the company needs to show some growth. Increased spend on R&D is good if it bears fruit and there are encouraging signs of this - "plenty of scope for internal organic growth where we continue to see many opportunities to grow the business". I have a small holding from last August.|
-- Turnover of GBP16.4m (2015: GBP17.1m)
-- Gross profit increased by 3.0% to GBP8.9m (2015: GBP8.6m)
-- Gross margin increased to 54.2% (2015: 50.6%)
-- EBITDA increased by 3.2% to GBP4.3m (2015: GBP4.2m)
-- Profit before Tax increased by 6.2% to GBP2.9m (2015: GBP2.7m)
-- EPS increased by 2.9% to 3.90 pence (2015: 3.79 pence)
-- Dividend increased by 10.5% to 2.10 pence per share for the year (2015: 1.90 pence)
-- Cash in business plus deposits increased by 32.3% to GBP7.8m (2015: GBP5.9m)|
|The Board of Directors of Concurrent Technologies Plc (AIM: CNC), a world leading specialist in the design and manufacture of high-end embedded computer boards for critical applications, has today announced that the final dividend they intend to pay, or recommend, in respect of the year ending 31 December 2016, will be a second interim dividend of 1.30p per Ordinary Share.
The second interim dividend will bring the total dividend paid in respect of the year ending 31 December 2016 to 2.10p, an increase of 10.53% on the previous year.
The ex-dividend date for the second interim dividend is 16 March 2017, the record date is 17 March 2017 and the payment date is 03 April 2017.|
|I have bought in today. Quiet board this!|
· Turnover for period £9.0m (H1 2015: £9.6m)
· Improvement in Gross Margins to 54.8% (H1 2015: 48.7%)
· Profit before tax £1.5m (H1 2015: £1.6m)
· Earnings per share for the period 2.12p (H1 2015: 2.06p)
· Interim dividend declared 0.80p per share (H1 2015: 0.70p), up 14.3%
· Net cash, including cash deposits £8.2m (H1 2015: £5.7m); no borrowings|
|I'm surprised that the 19 May AGM statement didn't get mentioned on this BB. It was rather positive.
"I am pleased to report that the Company's strong trading performance in 2015 has continued into 2016. Our cash position remains strong following increased dividend payments in respect of 2015 and the Board is of the view that the outlook for this year as a whole remains good."
267,000 volume today, mainly buys, and the share price hasn't moved. Stockopedia says the daily average over the past 3 months was 36,986.|
|Concurrent Technologies Plc, a world leading specialist in the design and manufacture of high-end embedded computer products for critical applications in the defence, aerospace, telecommunications, transportation, scientific and industrial markets, launches a new processor XMC module based on a low power variant of the 6th generation Intel® Core™ processor family.
|Based on the financial performance, chart and strong start to the year this seems to be the type of holding that should be in my portfolio.
The cash generation on the back of record sales looks very attractive.
But I don't understand the potential within the products. Are there any geeks out there with a view that can tell me more about the opportunities behind ExpressFabric switches and the like?|
|I have first bought today based on today's results. Surprised at the muted market reaction and dismayed by the large share price spread.
Still, it looks as if the drift upwards will be slow.|
I expect you will turn out to be correct about the slow burner. There has probably been a bit of profit taking this morning by short term traders who bought in shortly before the 2015 results were published.
Effectively we have received a very strong trading update today - as well as those 2015 results.
Just to repeat "Sales in the first quarter of 2016 have been excellent and our current order book indicates a strong first half year performance."|
|Yes their statements puzzle me , in a matter of weeks we go from cautious to superb performance, not sure what to make of it.|
Surprised I've been able to top-up at the levels achieved this morning.
Wonder if this is going to be a slow-burner today...
It does make the December statement look very cautious in retrospect; I rather like that.
|From today's 2015 results
"Sales in the first quarter of 2016 have been excellent and our current order book indicates a strong first half year performance."
· EPS increased by 66.2% to 3.79 pence (2014: 2.28 pence)
· Dividend increased by 5.56% to 1.90 pence per share for the year (2014: 1.80 pence)
|I'm not so sure it is a 'mild profit warning.'
Looks to me like they used much the same wording last year in their December statement last year (which was released at noon).
And their eventual results were well-received.
Does tend to make me skittish though when I see a trading update turn-up in the middle of the trading day...|
|RNS, put out mid afternoon. This is very poor practice - trading updates should be issued at 7am to allow thought before the market opens, not in the middle of trading!
SP dropped 5% on a "broadly in line" statement (in other words, a mild profit warning).|
|Oregano, good prediction of yours. And now a Director is selling.|
|Good article hastings well worth a read.|