Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Crimson Tide LSE:TIDE London Ordinary Share GB0002080082 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.025p -0.75% 3.30p 3.20p 3.40p 3.325p 3.30p 3.325p 123,151 09:25:41
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 1.9 0.4 0.1 41.3 14.77

Crimson Tide Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
08/11/2017
15:48
another new contract announcement should push TIDE further up ... above 4p of breakout point will be nice
338
24/10/2017
11:06
Tide seems to be off a lot of people's radar although contract are relatively small it is good to see repeat business
filament
24/10/2017
09:58
Nice contract win update today. They will all add up !
the shuffle man
14/9/2017
09:04
Positive interims last week but clearly this company remains below most peoples radar. "The Company is currently progressing well with expansion plans in continental Europe. We have already won new business through the efforts of our Netherlands based sales resource and are optimistic that our larger UK customers will use our mpro5 services in their European operations. Further afield in the UAE, our agreement with the British Centres for Business has started to produce enterprise level opportunities and to help progress these we now have a dedicated resource based in Dubai. In the US, we are participating in the CARIN Alliance, a multi-sector collaborative, working to advance the exchange of health information and deliver solid pharmacovigilance and digitalised healthcare and in Australia, from where our Technical Director has recently returned from a very encouraging business trip, our partner, Mobilise IT, is working on opportunities we have identified. Turnover for the six months to 30 June 2017 increased to £1,114k, up 32% on the same period in 2016 (1H 2016: £845k). With gross profit margins remaining over 90% and operating margins before depreciation, amortisation and interest of 32%, the business continues to show the benefits of its high operational gearing with additional revenues adding significantly to net profits. After depreciation, amortisation and interest costs, the Group achieved a profit before tax of £142k in the first half 2017 (1H 2016: £122k). Our investments to accelerate future growth have largely contributed to the 31% increase in overheads over the same period last year, and while there will be a lag between making these investments and the resulting growth, the Board are convinced that this strategy will be to the medium term benefit of shareholders. We continue to work hard to ensure that we achieve this success."
masurenguy
11/7/2017
09:48
The business expansion to Europe grows pretty well. Remember that TIDE has signed contracts in Ireland (with Vodafone) and also in Denmark few months ago.
338
11/7/2017
07:19
If I had more guts I would add more TIDE, see how they finish today.
aussiedonnie
11/7/2017
07:13
Yes sorry so £50,000 per annum and you call this a large significant contract. Oh dear me!
bapodra_investments
11/7/2017
07:01
The company has actually made a profit over the last few years and their profits have been growing. This is another large contract, which I would hope is renewed after 2 years if their product is well received. It's worth nothing that they are however on a high rating already so I'm not expecting a massive increase in share price anytime soon (I still hold by the way). Edit: I meant 4 years as it's a 48 month contract
jamielein
11/7/2017
07:00
Margins were 92 Percent so a bit of profit. Let's hope there is more contract news to come...
lanzarote666
11/7/2017
06:16
Minimum contract of £200,000 over 48 months so £100,000 per annum. How much is profit? This company is yet to make a turnover of anywhere near £3m and has never made a profit. It is having to go all the way to Netherlands to get this contract. What about all the businesses in the UK? I am not convinced hence why I sold a while back but saw the RNS and chuckled and thought I would post on here. This may go up to 4p - 5p but it will then come back down again.
bapodra_investments
04/7/2017
09:57
How many new contracts to be announced this month?
338
03/7/2017
11:28
500k buy ... looks good
338
20/6/2017
12:28
...the boss (since this DEC) has been linked to WEY education... Do you think these two companies (WEY and TIDE) will do some sort of joint deal at some point?
netcurtains
15/6/2017
20:18
Crimson Tide tipped in Trendwatch: hxxp://trendwatcham.com/buy-crimson-tide-3-3p/
rtyson197
31/5/2017
10:43
Creeping up I see :-)
cheshire man
30/5/2017
11:40
Work in progress rather than any firm contracts. Waiting for news from the Netherlands 'in the near future'
lanzarote666
30/5/2017
11:31
Good news today why so quiet ?Hope appearing on people's radar
filament
19/5/2017
19:11
the tide may be coming in before it goes out again
saturn5
08/5/2017
15:06
Those who invested 6-10 years ago will not have seen the company deliver any revenue growth. I am sure they would have said that the future was bright, and blah blah blah...
bapodra_investments
08/5/2017
15:06
This company listed on AIM in 2006. I went back and looked at the accounts for the past 10 years and the revenue over the past six years has been similar around the £1m - £1.8m mark. So in a 10 year period the company has not really delivered any revenue growth. How long do you hold a share for? You have to have a plan or vision in terms of how long you are going to hold as otherwise it is a buy, hold and HOPE strategy which is a risky strategy. I accept that is historical and it may be different in the future but I have seen no evidence to suggest this is the case, just words in an RNS. Yes it has some blue chip customers and may gain some international exposure but until it starts earning revenues in excess of £2m - £3m and I don't think I will re-invest back in.
bapodra_investments
08/5/2017
13:47
Bapodra, I don't think this is the kind of share you can trade, given the spread and illiquidity, so I think it's a mistake to try. You need to look at these sort of shares with a longer time frame. If the company performs well, then holding here might be much better than using the capital elsewhere. Equally, if they don't perform well, then you've made the right decision to sell. Selfishly, I hope you've made the wrong decision, as I recently topped up, but good luck with your other investments.
jamielein
08/5/2017
10:02
I am out. The lack of liquidity, volume and price action concerns me. This is a share that moves on positive 'spin' type news flow. I am out as I invest to make profits and I could use my capital in other shares which would get me a greater return in a quicker time period. The risk element is down to individual perception. I wish you all the best of luck and if the price action was to become positive, strong trend formed with some real volume then I may be back.
bapodra_investments
04/5/2017
06:18
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.
bapodra_investments
21/4/2017
17:09
Not that I am aware of. If this can break 3.4 and then 3.6 then game on. It may try and go for 4p again.
bapodra_investments
21/4/2017
12:28
I did notice the buys yesterday and today,,,,,,maybe been mentioned somewhere ?
cheshire man
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