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
  5.00 5.68% 93.00 54,435 11:16:46
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
91.00 95.00 93.00 88.00 88.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 19.38 4.06 5.51 16.9 68
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
12:01:15 O 2,599 91.00 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 88p.
Concurrent Technologies Plc has a 4 week average price of 85p and a 12 week average price of 84p.
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 48,741 shares. The market capitalisation of Concurrent Technologies Plc is £67,861,228.25.
volvo: Been informed today that the only answer for share weakness is Brexit jitters, company trading strongly.
wednesday6: Good point about the relatively small director buy volvo I'd not thought of it like that before. I dont see how the trading update can be anything other than positive considering the record order book,working through the pandemic and the areas they work in. Yes definitely share weakness so will just be patient. Edited
volvo: Yes the purchase was uninspiring in why do it? Unless to say we have some share weakness, but everything is ok. Concurrent seem well placed to me. Will buy more Mon Tues. See where we are after the Jan trading statement
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.
davebowler: hTTps://
earwacks: THanks Bottomboat. I know Treatt. Its taken about 20 years to get to where it is now. Hasn't set the world alight but better. than most of the ftse 100 which isn't saying a lot. Have gratefully received my dividend today from CNC. They have moved from around 18p to 94p today, the best performer out of that bunch possibly. Must be one of a handful of companies still paying which is a pretty good sign.
vprt: I also sold some - but not all - today. I like the company a lot and plan to top up again when it is back to its usual forgotten mode. There are signs of important progress, but I suspect a decent part of the share price run-up is caused by a stampede of (at most partially clothed) traders whose attention is possibly temporary and more voting machine than weighing... Thanks to the earlier poster who mentioned it was tipped by the naked trader. I looked it up and found he has bought three times recently (scroll down) with latest target price of 130p - see hxxps:// A couple of other things that make me cautious in the short term: - Premier Miton is a large shareholder and have recently been hit by redemptions, so it would not surprise me to see large sales from them soon - This company has been cautiously managed with modest growth for a long time - Operating profit is the line to look at, not EPS! (Non-recurring item in EPS; perhaps some of the trigger-happy recent hangers-ons may have overlooked this?) If the company delivers and also makes bullish outlook statements and generous analyst EPS guidance (after 2019 results / at the 20 May AGM) then I will try to eat my pride and buy in even if the share price is higher than today's...
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