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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
  -2.50 -3.29% 73.50 70.00 77.00 76.00 72.50 76.00 9,619 14:15:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 34.6 1.4 7.8 9.4 11

Croma Security Solutions Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
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
22/10/2018
22:31
Haven't studied this one before, I just saw the Investors Champion thing today, so I apologise if I am going over old ground here. Locksmiths division - has anyone visited them? 7 outlets all quite close, plus online sales - £3.15m turnover = £450k p.a. per branch. Hoping to have a look at them soon myself, I often go to that area. Fastvein... This is based on the (patented) Hitachi system. Croma seem to have a licence to use it for one application for which they have written their own software, so it's really their app they are selling, not the vein recognition biometrics technology. Hitachi own that. There was a crowdfunding thing on Crowdcube not long ago where someone had the European licence for the same technology to be used for payments systems. Not saying Croma can't make money out of Fastvein, just asking how much we know about their app and what sort of market it might eventually have. How long does Croma's licence from Hitachi run and what exclusivity have they got?
mrtenpercent
22/10/2018
14:13
So how does FASTVEIN get going with the current management and who is the competition? Has the board set the AGM date? Its important as I am going to go and see what this company is all about. Good point on ex-military personnel although the company could start its own recruiting and training division for itself and other parties.
anley
22/10/2018
09:38
Agree- really need Fastvein to gain traction because pool of ex military personnel is not indefinite.
superadams
22/10/2018
09:16
From a quick scan this division is or will be a big problem to solve. Croma Biometrics turnover fell slightly to GBP308k (2017: GBP346k) with an operating loss of GBP267k (2017: 186k). See my post 521 warning............
anley
13/10/2018
11:00
Fast forward to mid October and the AIM market is now in disarray due to a number of high profile shares being hammered down due to market conditions. In Croma's case sit it out and wait for the results and then we can all debate them and for some miss and others invest.................
anley
20/9/2018
13:52
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.
anley
20/9/2018
09:21
Investorschampion. Results last year were in 1st half October, I reckon £2.4m profit multiple 8-10 gives an share price of around £1.45. Looking forward to the accompanying statement.
phoenixs
13/9/2018
15:58
the "stale bulls" suit me perfectly. the RNS stating a EBITDA of not less than £2.4m and a company valuation of about £14m mans that he share price is at the incorrect level, so I have been buying. They have signed long term contracts and I would suggest that the shares are very undervalued.
phoenixs
13/9/2018
13:41
I think there are stale bulls and even some throwing in the towel. I am going to wait as I want to see the cash flow and go to the AGM to ask a number of questions - such as - what is the staff turnover - how long do these security people last and how easy/difficult is it to recruit them. I once employed over 300 full and part time staff (the brewing/pub industry) and I saw for myself all the issues the human being brought to the business = difficulties. I would also like to see the BIOMETRIC business story - is still under development - what competition is there and so forth. In the meantime I shall sit on my position which stands me in at just over £1 per share.
anley
13/9/2018
11:58
Disappointing share price action the last few weeks now with no real follow-through from the excellent trading update. Nevertheless, the valuation is looking cheap with a forward per of nine and we know that the outlook is very positive. Very happy to sit on my holding here. Results due next month.
cfro
04/9/2018
09:23
buy SBTX (RNS next week),And Dish (RNS next week)
costax1654x
04/9/2018
08:08
Increased demand across the UK...driven by...government outsourcing. Still a long term holding for me.
lanzarote666
04/9/2018
08:07
Very nice update, thought the extract below was particularly encouraging. "While the Group has benefited from a significant proportion of one off contracts there has also been a rise in long-term contracted revenues which points to a step change in the ongoing profitability of the business."
interceptor2
04/9/2018
07:43
Morning CFRO A step change in profits, now that’s music 🎶 to the ears 👍
battlebus2
04/9/2018
07:32
Looks amazing this one...on my watching list
costax1654x
04/9/2018
07:31
Good morning bb2, Agreed, very strong. Been sitting here waiting patiently for this one!
cfro
04/9/2018
07:24
Excellent update this morning 👍
battlebus2
23/8/2018
13:38
I have taken the opportunity to average down and bought 5000 at 98p.....it was the MM marking down quite a few sells this morning and then a buyer or two. I listened to Morley's Podcast of 5 Feb 2018 and there were a number of points he made which bodes well for the future (I listened before I bought): 1 The BOD have had 3 years of getting their story and new business plan going and it seems to be working..........look at the last set of figures to see what he is getting at. 2 Proception..........that it what its all about 3 Croma Biometrics is the future but at the moment is a slight drag on T/O and of course profitability but lets see what he has to say when the Year End JUNE 2018 figures are released. Last year the Report & Accounts were dated November 2017. 4 Two Instit....Investors own 8% and two directors have bought a few more. Now you know I am a buyer on dips.............
anley
23/8/2018
10:06
For info I might of triggered some selling here by selling a small amount I held in a broker account that I am closing. But I hold the majority of CSSG in other accounts which I intend to hold until results are reported. Noticed that as soon as mid 90s was passed then buyers appeared.
interceptor2
23/8/2018
09:59
Looks like a few bored investors are getting impatient and not surprising when we have had no news for a fair few weeks now. Hoping for a trading update soon. They never issued one last year but this year should, with luck, be different due to the strong trading announced in the interim results earlier this year.
cfro
15/8/2018
14:23
I have a holding bought at arund £1.05p and put it in my ISA portfolio.....that is my disclosure. I have not done much work on the business but I would call it a "shell" or a platform for someone to merge it with a similar business. Nevertheless I agree with you.....something is in for nothing - so we shall have to wait and see.
anley
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