Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Croma Security Solutions Group Plc LSE:CSSG London Ordinary Share GB00B5MJV178 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -4.00p -4.30% 89.00p 85.00p 93.00p 94.00p 88.00p 94.00p 40,706 09:00:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 35.1 2.0 9.9 9.0 13

Croma Security Solutions Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/9/2019
23:27
Sure you can answer. Simple web search will tell you it was developed by Hitachi, not cssg.
brumont
19/8/2019
13:29
how much money was invested in Croma system and "FASTVEIN™ The most advanced biometric system in the world providing the equivalent security & accuracy of iris scanning, but at a fraction of the cost - over the years and how the accounting treated them? how much money does it generate in revenue and profit? how much business is it from business from private and from government (directly and sourced out - eg indirectly)? simple Qs that I can not answer.
kaos3
19/8/2019
12:09
my prayers - I wanted to enter since it was 40p and missed it lol I newer knew where to place - understood their tech department btw. also maybe
kaos3
19/8/2019
12:00
And still no RNS from company! What's going on?
daisymax1
17/8/2019
21:36
Steady small selling from Wednesday morning but I have not seen any announcement. There was a Trading Statement on 4th September last year so hopefully we will get some news shortly.
rossco
15/8/2019
15:13
So what's going on? Downward movement for a few days. Can't be Brexit as this would have been red for weeks.
daisymax1
17/5/2019
16:08
Why are we looking at a 10p or 10% spread between bid and offer? Has 1 of the MM's stopped making a market in it? Anyone have level2 to see that?
prokartace
30/4/2019
10:11
So, everyone is profit taking today negating the gains of yesterday.
daisymax1
29/4/2019
13:09
I've been struggling to build a holding in these, but today's rise has produced some much needed liquidity and I managed to pick up two lots of 25k, albeit at a cost. I still think there is plenty to go for here, however. Having now established a decent sized stake, I'll start posting the results of my analysis, although time constraints mean that I am unlikely to be able to address this before late May.
effortless cool
19/2/2019
13:56
After so long in the doldrums it's looking good. About time too, still quite a spread between bid and offer though.
daisymax1
18/12/2018
11:12
I can't put my finger on what is wrong with this business but I have a few ideas so I have sold out - loss against profits on VRS................
anley
11/12/2018
12:56
anley I suspect PR may have limited effect as their m/c size means they will be below the radar of most investors. CSSG need to grow, possibly by acquisition (and organic growth will take time) but given their modus operandi that is no doubt easier said than done. Growing and retaining a staff roster of ex-services personnel is not a quick process either. I like the company but remains on the watch list for now.
lovat scout
11/12/2018
12:11
That is a good point but its PR is poor and in these markets its best to keep under the rader. I wish them well for 2019.
anley
11/12/2018
11:33
anley - I suspect CSSG is getting lumped with the same sentiment as the low margin high turnover outsourcing businesses such as Interserve etc. All CSSG can do is have a strong balance sheet to silence doubters. AIMHO etc
lovat scout
10/12/2018
11:46
Down to 95p.......and no one knows anything.
anley
30/11/2018
10:43
Now what is the problem with the price after the AGM?????
anley
26/11/2018
09:50
Well the markets have dived BUT the share price has increased to 105p and that bodes well for the AGM and short term future...........
anley
05/11/2018
17:03
Well let us hope the AGM produces some news and a few of our questions are answered as well. The share price has increased towards the 100p so on the assumption that the markets do not dive maybe we see a bullish future.
anley
02/11/2018
07:24
Anley The company does look interesting although I suspect they need to do an investor day of sorts to increase interest and answer questions. CSSG is just too small for nearly all IIs atm. As you say credit control vital for this business as well as a healthy balance sheet and working capital requirements will increase in line with revenues. Probably not much WHI can do atm other than spread the word with some decent information
lovat scout
01/11/2018
10:35
Thank you LS for your comments. Both of us have raised questions which do need an answer. Perhaps the way the stock price is reacting is a result of the wider market not fully understanding how this company can prosper and grow over the coming decade. Take your comment on Bad Debts - if they are to be written off then that figure makes for a P/L Loss and raises further questions on credit control based in Scotland............... Ask the broker and I suspect you will get a stare............ they were brokers to a company we both post on from time to time?
anley
31/10/2018
10:13
Anley Plc costs including directors just over GBP1m. GBP4.6m in total across all businesses seems a lot but running staff intensive businesses must incur quite a lot of admin costs - notes 3 and 6 to the accounts. Hitachi licence runs for another 4 years - no detail on exclusivity. I suspect the bad debts of 60+ days are being rolled through the categories and will be written off. I also can’t find any info about the quantum of the one off projects which doesn’t help. CSSG on my watchlist - looks interesting and cash flow is the main risk with this type of business but I couldn’t access investor’s champion for some reason. AIMHO DYOR etc
lovat scout
30/10/2018
13:42
Had a quick look at the Accounts to find: 1 Large Administration cost of £4.6m for Head Office when only 6 people are involved........perhaps someone would comment 2 Bad Debts have gone from £68k to £263K (60 to over 90 days) ......why? Otherwise my recent comments stand and I see that the AGM is at 1pm on 28 November in London. Unable to come but hope someone does and my questions answered. I see the company has an indifferent broker in loss making WI Ireland but I don't surpose they will be of any help if you asked them a question. If I were the pricipal shareholder I would be looking for a new broker to get my company known and build on what the current directors have completed so far.
anley
23/10/2018
11:51
Investors Champion throw a word of caution as they seem not to understand the workings of the business or its future. NO 145p price forecast for the time being..................old poster so says.
anley
23/10/2018
09:58
Good point Mr10%....... Would like to know more on the shops - are they in good condition......are the goods for sale well presented etc etc............ Thanks.
anley
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