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
  3.50 3.83% 95.00 151,897 14:41:22
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
94.00 96.00 95.50 91.50 91.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 19.38 4.06 5.51 17.2 70
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
14:40:29 O 306 96.94 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 91.50p.
Concurrent Technologies Plc has a 4 week average price of 90.50p and a 12 week average price of 90.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 124p while the 1 year low share price is currently 58p.
There are currently 73,363,490 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 96,985 shares. The market capitalisation of Concurrent Technologies Plc is £69,695,315.50.
mammyoko: Not on the list. More likely the harsh realisation that this is a share only for those with very long time horizons
earwacks: I suspect cnc has been hit by IGG forced selling. So taken opportunity to top up and close IGG account.
earwacks: Thats a very good point Scruff. I first invested in CNC when it was one of the top holdings of the now wound up Alternative Investment Trust. Must have been early noughts. I bought some independent of the trust at around 19p. It has just about doubled in 10 years and almost doubled again in the next ten. It actually doubled from the dip in March when I bought again. Not an easy stock to trade, can be very illiquid with ridiculous spread, but whenever there is a market crash a dependable stock to buy. It is also one of the very few tech stocks with progressive dividends. This is a quote from a bb post in 2013:'This has to be one of the quietest publicly quoted profit earning high-tech companies in existence. Why?' There are plenty more like this over the years.Nothing seems to have changed Lord Lee has been a keen holder and one of about 3 AIM stock in his portfolio. I kind of view it as a core holding now. Wont make us rich, but safer and more rewarding than a savings account, which in a way is a terrible inditement on a world class specialist tech company.It could be taken over, but there doesn't seem much point. More like commercial arm of the department of defence. Processors are not the glamorous end of tech, but the conditions these have been tested under are quite impressive and reliable with a 15 year parts replacement window. Importantly they can adapt to new tech like processors enabling AI. Its been a year since they announced the launch of that and still not exactly set the world alight. Maybe unfair as has coincided with the worst pandemic for over 100 years.
scruff1: Still more trades than is the norm for CNC. Not a great number but the size of the trades seem a bit higher too. Both good to see (especially after todays general havoc) and a small step in the right direction.
scruff1: Amazing really. This am about 10,0. 1 sell £4.5k. Price drops 1.5%. Spreads the killer. About 5% at close.
volvo: Been informed today that the only answer for share weakness is Brexit jitters, company trading strongly.
earwacks: DO you mean Lord Lee Sleepy? Must be due a hip op.He is a keen supporter of two aimers CNC and Air as can be seen on his disclosure page bein a grace an all that don't you know.Both these stocks are subject to quite wide volatility for no good reason other than they tend to move on small trades, cnc more so. I bought originally at 19p I think, sold them a bit soon, and managed the same trick at 60p.Did quite well on that, but bought too soon again at £1. Tricky to second guess. I think my lesson here would be patience rewards. Air is pretty much the same in movements.Another stinking good company. There is a table of The Lords current holdings although not actual amounts. Has one or two duffers as well.
vprt: Hi @Sleepy - yes, apologies for my failed attempt at humour - I was just trying to guess what might be behind the sudden share price jump today - might have been something else. This year, CNC was tipped/bought by Robbie Burns (who I don't know beyond reading some of his blogs) several times - specifically on 13/1, 28/1, 11/2, 17/4 and 18/6. Some of the price action this year can probably be explained by this. The website is public, but it is often not fully updated. I believe he first sends emails to his fanbase / subscribers, typically on (some) Wednesdays, and then the site is updated a day or more later. He might still be out of action after an operation. The "Trades" page has a big table with companies and trade details listed (including the ones I mentioned for CNC), with price, target price, suggested stop loss. The "Diary" page, under the the "Markets" heading, has comments about the trades. I check the website once in a while (whilst struggling to avoid the teenage humour, self-promotion, ramblings about TV etc) to see if his tips help explain what is going on wrt share prices in a couple of my companies. So this is NOT a recommendation! hxxps://
vprt: Does anyone have an explanation/hypothesis for today's share price fall? Touched 96p. (Perhaps Wile E. Coyote vs. TTM profits? Or some tipster turning negative?)
scruff1: Surprised theres not a few more comments. Good volume today (for CNC) and mainly buys leading to a good bit of share price movement.
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