Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Crimson Tide Plc LSE:TIDE London Ordinary Share GB0002080082 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 3.20 804,008 07:32:20
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
3.00 3.40 3.20 3.20 3.20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 2.92 0.35 0.08 40.0 15
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
12:37:26 O 150,000 3.3399 GBX

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Crimson Tide Daily Update: Crimson Tide Plc is listed in the Technology Hardware & Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TIDE. The last closing price for Crimson Tide was 3.20p.
Crimson Tide Plc has a 4 week average price of 3.05p and a 12 week average price of 3.05p.
The 1 year high share price is 4.15p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.38p.
There are currently 454,486,234 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 457,851 shares. The market capitalisation of Crimson Tide Plc is £14,543,559.49.
michaelmouse: hTTps:// "Crimson Tide (AIM: TIDE), the provider of the mpro5 mobile platform, announces that it has today appointed Jacqueline Karen Daniell (nee Hunt) as an Independent Non-Executive Director. Jacqueline is the Chief Executive Officer of Wey Education Plc, the UK's leading online education provider."
ilkleyneil: Thanks all. Interesting views. I generally look to hold my investments for between 6 months and two years. I think I may have misjudged the speed of upside in this share when I bought and it looks like a long way ahead before this starts to perform where I need it to be. For me there are better options for my cash so I'll be looking for an exit opportunity now. Of course, moments after I sell my holding, the share price is certain to rocket upwards. Good luck to all.
michaelmouse: Won't be frustrating for very much longer I'd hope. Depends on your timeframe I suppose. Helium hold a decent percentage of shares and have been sellers into strength which has suppressed any share price gains, but it won't go on for ever. When they're cleared the share price should start to move forward quite rapidly. If you believe it's a great little growth company then Helium are providing you with a buying opportunity imv. My growth assumptions give a net profit of around £600,000 for the year just ended December 2020, and with similar growth in 2021 a net profit of £1m. On a forward p/e of 25 that gives a share price around 5.5p. I think a forward p/e of 25 is a bit mean given their recurring revenues, very high gross margins and growth trajectory. On a p/e of (say) 40 then the share price could hit 9p. Looking further forward to 2022 and beyond then assuming growth continues apace, with their high gross margins much of the increased turnover falls to the bottom line and the share price should accelerate accordingly. For such a tiny company it's pretty low risk with high reward if things continue to go well.
ilkleyneil: Hi Folks, I hold these shares currently but I am reaching the opinion that they are a little over valued. They have a forward PE of 35. All other key mneasures show the price to be toppy too when compared to other companies in the software and IT services market. The only measure showing relative positivity is EV/EBITDA but the data I have on that measure is on a trailing basis. I'd be really interested to know why the longs here think this share has a good risk reward balance at this price. I can't see it but you probably know a lot more about this company and the sector than me. Your views appreciated. Thanks.
michaelmouse: Barrie Whipp, Executive Chairman of Crimson Tide, said: "Whilst the Company has been extremely busy across all vertical markets, we believe that there is an excellent opportunity for mpro5 to deliver significant and tangible benefits across all aspects of healthcare." Bodes well for short, medium and long term.
michaelmouse: hTTps:// "Crimson Tide ("Crimson Tide" or "the Company" (AIM:TIDE), the provider of mpro5 has won a pilot project with the World Federation of Haemophilia (WFH) for the initial stage of a significant global healthcare project for the verification, data capture, and analysis of pharmaceutical products associated with the treatment of haemophilia. The pilot is due to rollout in the first quarter of 2021."
elbarracuda09: Have built a decent stake here over the last 5/6 years For me Eckoh mark 2 - got in there at 5p and my very patient wait was very well rewarded Many similarities between the companies - software - long term contract wins - contracts renewed - very high percentage of revenue recurring so great forward visibility - pretty fixed cost base so great margins My target price is around 9p - mkt cap circa 45m - may have to sell some shares on that journey as I become too overweight in the stock But for those that can hold on I challenge you to find many such low risk high potential reward companies - please do share any other shares that you have found that tick those boxes - GLA
michaelmouse: Helium have largely been selling their shareholding for whatever reasons institutions are required to rebalance their portfolios. Selling by the institutions rarely reflect the prospects of micro-caps, but can cause a drag on the share price until they're finished. If you like the company, and personally I think TIDE has terrific potential, then it's wise to use these (often forced) sellers to increase your own holding if you're looking longer term imho. From my blog, "Gross margins 87%. Profitable. Minimal debt. Growing long term subscription revenues. Unaffected by Covid-19. Winning sizeable clients across supermarkets, rail and the NHS. Stick some figures into a spread sheet and see what happens to their profitable growth with double digit revenue growth."
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.
elbarracuda09: Dubois - I liken Tide to Eckoh - but it is proving a slower burn than my investment there did. As new recurring income contracts incrementally build the t/o I am looking for a steady rise in the mkt cap and underlying share price
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