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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cordel Group Plc LSE:CRDL London Ordinary Share GB00BYZQM590 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 4.65 0.00 08:00:03
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
4.30 5.00 4.65 4.65 4.65
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 5
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 4.65 GBX

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29/6/2022
09:20
Cordel Daily Update: Cordel Group Plc is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CRDL. The last closing price for Cordel was 4.65p.
Cordel Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 4.50p and a 12 week average price of 4.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 13.30p while the 1 year low share price is currently 4.50p.
There are currently 107,427,186 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 117,979 shares. The market capitalisation of Cordel Group Plc is £4,995,364.15.
27/6/2022
20:49
srpactive: CT Hopefully but I feel you are being very generous towards the management, only a fool or a sly fox would release the rns without an explanation if is thought that it might effect the share price negatively, especially if you owned 40% of the company in question. Probably a bid soon. dyor
24/6/2022
08:09
clocktower: Will it just be another funding and they take up a huge wedge of shares? It is tempting at this price even though the deadline is not that far away.
08/6/2022
15:20
srpactive: Agree with all posts, whichever side, I just like investing in companies that IO feel can change industries and a good solid rns is what I like to see, even if the share price does not react immediately the way we wish. Agree need to settle this broker situation. dyor
08/6/2022
13:32
mapocho: Disappointing share price reaction on good news.. still patience is the key.
08/6/2022
08:00
srpactive: Cordel Group PLC (AIM: CRDL), the Artificial Intelligence platform for transport corridor analytics, announces that in partnership with Holland LP, it has been awarded a contract to deliver its LiDAR-based solutions to the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) in the USA. It mentioned partnership, I am just pleased that we have been able to obtain a USA contract to build from, money is money nevermind how we obtain it, in my eyes it is positive. dyor
31/1/2022
22:25
clocktower: Posters will note that srp - is never willing to provide any form of prediction of expected profit or loss for H1 because in this case the numbers suggested by Ian Buddery in the RNS on 09-12.2021 have effectively already stated what the revenue will be, so its only a question of what the outflow of cash is, and bearing in mind that there maybe huge extra costs to cover for the Pilot schemes that were carried out, which hopefully will bring a lot of business in the longer term, in addition to the cost that must be be incurred as they said they were working on solutions for other applications including ballast profiling. Does he really believe that there will not be heaver losses than in the corresponding period that Ian spoke of - if not give us your predictions srp or are you the sneaky snake on the thread trying to divert attention away from the truth of the matter, as you know that it might well take some time before CRDL becomes profitable, and they may well need to raise further funds - hopefully not but if you care to provide us with your estimates that show that to be unlikely I will change my view and start buying again at or near the current level. (no chance of you doing that is there) By the way does srp stand for Slippery Rich Piranha. :-) Beware if you dip your toes in the water. Of course if your trying to sell a huge amount of stock, you would not like anyone pointing out these matters, possibly your going to check for yourself before taking the appropriate course of action, which your own research may lead you to conclude is in your best interest, and that might just be not buying if you consider the risks outweigh the possible rewards at this time. I am not recommending selling and in fact I make no recommendations, I would only ask followers of this thread to consider all the facts and not look back without having considered why the share price might be falling or rising. The next trading statement should assist if it also includes some figures that includes the cash position at 31.12.2021. Now will srp hide in the long grass? DYOR
31/1/2022
12:58
clocktower: I was skipping through the last couple of years RNS and while several stood out, I thought I would remind you of this excerpt from one issued a short time ago - 09.012.2021 Ian Buddery, Chairman, Cordel, said: "The board is pleased with the increasing engagement in the USA with customers and partners, as we deliver high quality results and prove the benefits of the Cordel platform. We note that external conditions, such as the CoVID lockdowns in Australia, have impacted our December half year and we are likely to report similar revenue to the corresponding period in 2020. However we will carry a significant backlog into 2022 and are confident of growth for the full year." and what was the revenue - well this was taken from the year he speaks of - Six months to Six months % change % change 31 December to (constant currency*) 2019 31 December GBP'000 2020 GBP'000 -------------- ------------- --------- ---------------------- -------------- ------------- --------- ---------------------- Total revenue 319 728 In response to your comments srp. I often hold very small amounts of stock in a range of companies who's share prices maybe rising or falling - it does not follow that I am long or short in any of them. Holding even a small number of shares at certain times concentrates the mind to focus on the long-term possibilities, and how many times do I need to let you know that I believe CRDL have very good long-term possibilities imo before you actually believe me that I think that there will come another opportunity to load ones boots, as you did when they were sub 2p - If my circumstances would have been different at that time I would possibly acquired a lot more than you did but regrettably I was not in a position too at the time. I am now though. :-) If they report those numbers, the question is what will be the loss for the six months? How large will it be? Or have you not considered that at this time? Also will they need more money to get to the promised land? My comments have no effect of the share price but on occasions I know my purchases/sales do, as I can see the share prices change, as I am sure many others can also see when they buy or sell small companies shares on some occasions. Good Luck
31/1/2022
12:04
clocktower: Highlights from the 2020/2021 Accounts and the CRDL financials do not show the news and RNS for MNO either or the number of shares - that being 170.18 million I believe. Hence the link in the header being the most important addition, not only the charts that only reflect the changes in the share price price not all the company facts and figures. "Ongoing operations As of 30 June 20 21 , the Company had cash of GBP 1,538,150 and receivables of GBP522,212 Results and dividends The loss for the Group after providing for income tax and non-controlling interest amounted to GBP970,372 (30 June 2020: GBP854,298). The financial year 2020-21 saw the continuation of the growth trajectory established in the previous year, with revenue increasing by 94%. Dependence on major clients The Group's future growth relies on new sales to rail and road network owners in multiple countries. These owners typically have complex procurement arrangements which include product trials and competitive tenders. This risk is mitigated by the Group's plan to enter into reseller agreements with Engineering Consulting firms, who will in effect become the clients. NOTE 33. SHARE-BASED PAYMENTS"
28/1/2022
15:52
clocktower: rossannan - On the face of it, I think the share price is oversold and they are a bargain at present 10p - although I have paid as much as 13p for a very small amount, my view which I have expressed clearly, is that I believe the long time potential is huge for CRDL - However - the BIG BUT - I have also expressed the view that I think the company will need further funding, and my target depends on IF or WHEN they raise again. It could be dropping because the word is out that it is very near, or it could be that just someone needs to raise cash or a liquidation due to death maybe, or one of the old crew that bought a lot for under 2p that just want cash - in fact some may have got in under 1p but I cannot recall how low it went off the top of my head. I do intend building a decent stake at the point in time when I think no more funds will be required - if I am wrong so be it but the accounts will answer that one. srp is the expert on this and I take my hat off to him buying for long term growth very early on, so must have bough a huge stake on the cheap but saying he never traded or top sliced any, I find a little Pinocchio - I maybe wrong about that also, and if I am he could be much richer if he had traded at between 15-18p Still each to their own. Hindsight is wonderful. Good Luck though. 10p looks like outstanding value imo DYOR
17/1/2022
22:46
clocktower: I am not negative about CRLD srp - I am very positive that the company and share price will rise a long way above the current level but I expect you are stating that because you believe I am negative, and is due to my belief that there will be another round of funding. The current share price I believe supports my view. Moving back to the chart issue, I have put a note above the link to the old thread, as I do not believe making the header longer than it is already, and really the charts are not that relevant to the current business model imo. Its come a long way since the share was under 2p and the last funding at 13.5p Some folks might just look at the old charts, and think it has risen far to high already, where in truth it has more prospects now than it did back then imo.
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