Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Croma Security LSE:CSSG London Ordinary Share GB00B5MJV178 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 102.00p 4,428 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
100.00p 104.00p 102.00p 102.00p 102.00p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 22.06 0.36 2.13 47.9 15.2

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Croma Security Daily Update: Croma Security is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CSSG. The last closing price for Croma Security was 102p.
Croma Security has a 4 week average price of 93.50p and a 12 week average price of 90p.
The 1 year high share price is 123.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 43p.
There are currently 14,902,142 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 16,508 shares. The market capitalisation of Croma Security is £15,200,184.84.
anley: and your forecast share price of 145p......... I would like to see just how staff is controlled and the COSTS after all the principal director is ex Army. If the market likes the sums then your 145p is a goer........if not back to the starting line. Then there is the BIO market. Need to know how this is developing as this has more promise than the costs of man power and how they are controlled in this IT world we now live in. I like this company - its on AIM - is small and can be developed in a highly fragmated security industry. I hope this helps and the debate can continue.
truffle: The share price is well down on 7 years ago, and approx. the same level as 5 years ago. A complete paucity of meaningful information, and just the odd contract announcement. Makes you wonder what is going on?
battlebus2: Over 2.4 million shares traded including three directors buys, a vote of confidence imv....
lanzarote666: On the 5th November the board's views were 'tinged with caution' and reliant upon a 'need to maintain its high energy sales drive' Now contract wins are 'becoming self-perpetuating.' I read that as either there are more contracts still under discussion to come out before the end of the year or that they are using the RNS to promote their services. Either way I would rather have a management team that are open and talking to the City, than being left in the dark. Only a small contract, but maybe the start. We may see that share price come off that bottom trend line sooner rather than later.
123prezzie: Lanzarote. I am a shareholder, showing a reasonable profit but I can't quite share your enthusiasm. Specifically -The share price is only back to where it was 3 years ago. -Margins. For a business with margins of 22% gross and 5% net, £5m of extra sales would, I estimate, only generate about £0.5m profit. Really worthwhile increases in profits can only come from cutting costs or increasing prices. They can't cut wages and I doubt whether there is much scope on pricing. Developing products or services with higher margins will take a long time. It's taken Sebastian Morley about 10 years to get to where we are now. -Note that half year profits were flattered by capitalised R & D. -The gearing is relatively low in relation to total assets but not if you strip out the intangibles. The relationship between debtors a creditors suggests that every £1m of extra sales will need £0.3m of funding. With the low margins, each extra £1m of sales is unlikely to generate much more than £0.1m of cash flow. This is not a scalable business in its present form, except by issuing shares. -The eps growth has only just arrived after many years of waiting. -Cash generation. See my comment above. -Prospects are just that. Issuing an RNS for an order of £0.1m when annual sales are £15m seems a bit daft to me. I'm not a seller at the moment but will look carefully at the annual accounts. Incidentally, why on earth does it take 4 months or more for such a simple company to add up the numbers and tell us the results?
lanzarote666: This microcap has been on my watch list for a while, and I am hoping it will bring high reward for high risk noting the £7.0m market cap. I have learnt that it is difficult to buy in any quantity when there is good news about, so you have to buy at the quiet times. I picked up a few ahead of the results which are due in early November. There are some positive comments around the management team who are very focussed on service, both from customers (Odeon) and their own staff (via recruitment sites). News that they have won more contracts recently based upon service rather than price is encouraging. I am surprised that there has not been a bigger reaction to the recent contract news in the share price so perhaps this share is still off most peoples’ radar. As I understand it - A rising share price over three years - An interim dividend and expected first final dividend to come - Lowly geared - Improving margins - Retained customer base - Success at 2014 Commonwealth Games has led to proactive sales growth - A broker with a 60p target - Strong EPS growth - Further growth to come through acquisition or franchise - Cash generative - Prospects of Fastvein biometric scanners I am unclear just how profitable the Fastvein element is. Do they receive a one off nominal fee or are there repeat revenues as part of servicing contracts? Let us hope it has an interesting run up to the end of the year, but it could be one to tuck away for a couple of years if they get the formula right. DYOR. 8-)
battlebus2: Share price reacting well, pity they didn't issue a full trading update at the same time.
oldtown: some nice solid buys every day here,i think fastvien will prove to be cat in the hat here. The potential for fastvien are massive,this is not even remotely in the share price. Surely one of the secret gems of aim is cssg, this could well bag in the next 6 months.
oldtown: daisy, what does it matter what croma does in the next few weeks? The results in Nov will do the talking and the share price by then will respond.It is trading at just about NAV. Hardly expensive is it. All aim in news driven , sure it may pull back on no news, thats's aim. Relax. good find 2culmore
daisymax1: Gone very quiet on the bb this week. Where are all those who were hyping last week? Back to 40p soon me thinks without some input from the board saying why there was interest to move the share price.
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