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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Crimson Tide Plc TIDE London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 2.80 08:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
2.80 2.80 2.80 2.80 2.80
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melloteam: Just to let shareholders and prospective investors know that Crimson Tide, On The Market, NetScientific plc, Avation and Trinity Exploration and Production plc (TRIN) will be presenting at the Mello Results Round-Up webinar event on Thursday 14th October at 1:00pm-5:30pm. There will be over 300 investors attending and these are very popular shows with company presentations, fund manager and investor interviews, and panel sessions. Tickets are free, click here to register: Https:// The full programme is as follows: 1.00 pm Welcome & Company presentation by Avation plc 1.35 pm Results Review Part 1 with Mark Simpson 1.50 pm Company presentation by On The Market 2.20 pm Spreadbetting Q&A with Spreadex 3.00 pm Company presentation by NetScientific plc 3.40 pm Book Reviews with Roger Lawson from ShareSoc and Andrew Latto of FundHunter 4.00 pm Company presentation by Crimson Tide 4.30 pm David interviews Steve Clapham 4.45 pm Results Review Part 2 with Richard Crow 5.00 pm Company presentation by Trinity Exploration & Production
michaelmouse: The placing shares represent 30.4% of the Enlarged Share Capital. The placing was at 3p (a fairly negligible discount to the share price at the time - bid was 3.2p). The key points here are that the Finals were released, and are absolutely excellent including 20%+ uplifts in revenues and profits. Gross margins are 81% and FCF was around £850,000 giving cash of £1.2m. Brilliant for such a minnow. They've clearly stated excellent reasons for raising £6m. In short to fund rapid growth and seize the substantial market opportunity. Management are clearly very confident in the future of this company. Tide is a fabulous micro-cap. Well worth noting that the placing has also enabled Helium to sell their remaining holding. Their constant drip feed of shares were the main drag on the share price. Accelerated book-build was oversubscribed. When the results and placing are read and digested, I think investors will twig what a great little investment this is.
gb904150: No, 4.5p isn't very ambitious but it does incentivise key staff to remain at TIDE for that period. I was very impressed by Luke Jeffrey's presentation at interims on 22nd Sept, still available on the IMC platform. hxxps:// 7.5m options is a value of £337k at 4.5p. But vesting over 3-10 years gives a big incentive to stay at TIDE at least 3 years. It's not clear if the options vest over the 3-10 year time frame. That would have been preferable - e.g. vesting at 3, 5, 7, 9 and then a large vest at 10yrs.
robow: You can listen tio the results presentation and plus Q and A here. You may need to register for InvestorMeetCompany
netcurtains: McColls are the ONLY quoted neighbourhood retailer... (eg convenience stores). I know of no others, but there are many non-quoted companies. McColls have about 11,000 shops. They use Morrisons as a wholesaler. Does Tide have any link to Morrisons? Https:// ( I am a shareholder as news says Covid has increased convenience sales by up to 60% - Ticker MCLS)
338: The link from billbyrne above, which I copied as below, shows that mpro5 is used worldwide by big organisations. I predict a steady double digits revenue and profit can be achieved every year. hxxp://
billbyrne: Latest presentation given on Directors talk by Barrie Whipp.
bapodra_investments: One of the biggest problems with this share is liquidity and lack of volume. It is simply too small to even be considered by some institutional investors. The only one that has any significant holding over 3% is Helium Special Situations Fund which has around 20% but there is no Octopus, Miton, Marlborough, Hargreaves Hale, etc. This company turns over less than £2m per annum. It has a market cap of around £15m. This will include future potential earnings built into the share price. This company will have to start achieving turnover of around £3m as a starting point and look to increase it every year which it is simply not managed over the past 6-7 years. However, as others on this board state it is different this time. It will need to be as if it is not then the share price will not be appreciating to levels we all hope.
glasshalfull: Morning Saucepan. Always interested to hear of differing investment strategies. I fully understand where you are coming from. I've moved over the years from being purely a long term buy hold (LTBH) investor where I often these days take a trading position in a company. TIDE is a GARP share, and I agree with you, I also don't believe its suited to momentum style investing. I chuckled when I read about you adding further on the breakout at KWS, because that's the complete opposite of my style ; - ) Best of luck with KWS and rest of your trades/investments. Kind regards, GHF
338: There are only 103 million shares available for daily trades and I believe most of them have been bought and kept by small investors like us.... small means holding under 500k of shares I hope the break out above 4p will happen this month
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