Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Concurrent Technologies Plc LSE:CNC London Ordinary Share GB0002183191 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 72.50 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
71.00 74.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 20.45 3.48 3.88 18.7 53
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 72.50 GBX

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Concurrent Technologies Daily Update: Concurrent Technologies Plc is listed in the Technology Hardware & Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CNC. The last closing price for Concurrent Technologies was 72.50p.
Concurrent Technologies Plc has a 4 week average price of 70p and a 12 week average price of 68.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 105p while the 1 year low share price is currently 68.50p.
There are currently 73,363,490 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 37,974 shares. The market capitalisation of Concurrent Technologies Plc is £53,188,530.25.
cfro: Did you make the Mello event yourself vprt, or anyone else here for that matter? Unfortunately not me. I suspect you're right re Lord Lee's mention having an effect here, certainly in the v short term, but i would hasten to say that i personally think its more to do with investors gaining confidence after the recent investors meet webcast. In which Miles answered all questions thrown at him and more besides (as mentioned in my post above). What will hold the share price back for a good while imv is clearly the well documented component supply chain problems of which is now not expected to ease until next year at the earliest. I fear it may be later than that (but hope not) but Miles is nevertheless determined to continue to build the business in the mean time with emphasis on gaining the "Made in America" stamp plus building the new systems team to take the company in new directions.
vprt: If the CNC share price in the last couple of weeks carries the imprint of any person, it will be that of Lord Lee who (1) has been buying, using part of his Air Partner gains (2) highlighted it at the Mello event on 25 May, and (3) wrote about it in his FT column. (I did not see him upside down, though).
cfro: vprt thanks, I think we are thinking along the same sort of lines on this one, yes. Appreciate the new CEO has only been in the job for a year or so (with new board appointments less than that), plus the whole supply chain ongoing saga, plus chip shortages etc mean that i have to give them the benefit of the doubt. I have a largish position here and certainly wouldnt sell any at these prices but i definitely wouldnt buy any more either. Its looking like they will struggle into 2022 but with new product launches and a successful navigation of supply chain issues i was personally hoping for better which looks unlikely now. With the high GM unlikely to be maintained next year. re TET, In hindsight your decision to slice at 1200p (or wherever) now looks wise (well done) but i dont think anyone truly expected the share price to drop by as much as it did. Especially given that the lower profits are only due to one-off seasonality and it was well flagged months ago (so no surprises). I believe that the shares are very undervalued now and have been buying more below 800p and i see the chairman also agrees with me with his purchase. I view TET as a much better longer term (and it IS longer term) proposition than CNC.
sspurt: How come Cenkos were way out on their EPS estimate for 2021? Useless bunch. CNC need to get a grip on market expectations otherwise there is going to be a trust issue.
skint5000: I like the look of this company..taken an opening stake. CEO comes across well, ex QQ. and BAE and is busy poaching his old work colleagues including QQ. ex to CFO role. He intends to employ a further 2 or 3 high profile individuals. Its a slow burn, long product cycle business with the average 2 products P.A being launched, but 8 this year now under his management. They intend to start manufacturing also in North America so they can get a label 'Made in America' on products, which is key to unlock American growth. Bear case is getting hold of components, and the slow product cycle meaning results wont perhaps reflect in the short term. Why did I buy? Well they report tomorrow, already showing above expectations on Q4 update so am expecting a lift in share price, but 'sell on good news' maybe back in fashion again, in which case will top up on drop. Long term I do see this a good hold stock IMHO.
whittler100: I have been accumulating pockets of CNC since early January & added a few more recently since the Russian aggression commenced. In the next few days, we should get CNC finals. We know the following: trading slightly ahead of forecasts (TU of 5th January), completely new BOD in place (new CFO, who seems an ideal fit, from QinetiQ, joins shortly; part of a planned rebuild of BOD), CEO has a proactive plan for growth, defence spending to increase in NATO countries. Not sure the finals will tell us very much but the order book/strategy/outlook hopefully will. I don’t see this as a “wham bam multi-bagger” but I do see it as an opportunity for the new BOD to turn a very sound but “sleepy, steady as she goes” company into something a touch more exciting; time will tell & indeed the new products planned will in all probability take time for acceptance. As ever with growth plans, new BOD etc; sometimes things don’t go to plan but time will tell.
vprt: Yes, cfro, in addition to CNC and TET (which I sliced in January but still hold plenty) we also share ANP and GDWN (if you're still holding), so I suspect that you can see a pattern / common source of ideas here...
earwacks: I think it may well have been by mutual agreement at least. The speed with which a replacement CFO has been found and her quality from yet another high profile company in the world of electronic defence suggests this is a planned rebuilding of the team to take CNC into an exciting new phase of development. Typical idiot suspicious reaction from the market.
vprt: Nice to see this extremely low profile company attracting some buying interest today. Perhaps the two years of share price declines/stagnation are done, now heading up again? A good start to the year, at least.
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