Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Crossword Cybersecurity Plc LSE:CCS London Ordinary Share GB00BPFJXS57 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 380.00 360.00 400.00 380.00 380.00 380.00 0.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services - - - - 18

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
02/2/2010
16:52
dosser - you know who tipped it?
dalstal
02/2/2010
16:51
DOSSER2:> Can you say where ?
pugugly
02/2/2010
16:24
Just tipped, hence the rise.
dosser2
21/12/2009
11:00
I have been having a look at Clarity and below is my honest view - I do not hold but may take up a position. The profit and the forecast.... The current market consensus for 2010 is for a EBIT of £1.8m. During the first half of the year, the company managed a profit of £426k, after amortising £203k off goodwill and incurring a depreciation charge of £41k. So summary for H1 is as follows EBIT - £426k EBITDA - £670k In order for the company to achieve its target £1.8m EBIT for the year, the company needs to achieve a profit level of £1,374k. Difficult, although H2 typically sales tends to be stronger than H1 (prior year around 16% higher) and GM% tends to be around 1% higher (although GM% dropped 2% H1 v H1). Also Assuming that Admin costs stay relatively fixed fro H1 to H2 despite the increase in turnover. Sales of £10m for H2 with an 80% GM and flat Admin costs leads to a FY EBIT of £1,822k. Consider the company did £9.6m the prior year imho, £10m + is achievable. However, more likely, we will see admin costs rising to around £6.8m (historicaaly they do rise with sales increase). This would mean that in order to achieve the £1.8m, the company needs about £10.4m - very possible. Balance sheet and cash flow During H1, the company had an adverse movement in cash to the tune of £200k, the vast majority of which was a reduction in Trade Creditors of £894k. This tends to be a historical trend (prior year and prior year +2 - with PY + 1 being an exception). This trend always reverses in H2 leading for a big upswing in cash reserves for the FY). So I would anticipate a cash inflow of around £1.4m - £1.6m for H2, resulting to increased cash balances of around £1m - £1.2m for the full year. Balance sheet looks good and net debt eliminated and def consideration paid with the share placing. Current expectations are for around 4p EPS which if achieved would lead the company to be on a PE of jusy over 8. Next years EPS of around 5.3p will put the company on a forward PE of a smidge over 6. With the positive cash generation and my anticipated cash balances going forward doesn't makes this a raving buy, but certainly makes this interesting. I may wait until the company achieves the current years forecast before buying Good luck all gg
greengiant
23/11/2009
18:54
It would have been helpful to have heard that some contracts had been won today.The financial position is good as the bank overdaft has been eliminated, but they seem to losing momentum in sales.They have to work very hard to reach the brokers forecast of £1.8m for the full year.
linhur
23/11/2009
17:21
Interim turnaround at Clarity Commerce http://www.growthcompany.co.uk/news/1096207/interim-turnaround-at-clarity-commerce.thtml
investinggarden
25/9/2009
20:38
Important week for Clarity coming up.Decision has to be made whether to pay the third tranche of the Matra deferred consideration in cash or shares or loan stock.It will be interesting to see! It looks as though the Herald Trust buy might have been mopping up the ex chairman's stake although the continuing sale drips might be inspired from the US if Matra are given shares - lower price equals more shares. Disappointing not to see more announcements of contract wins. Perhaps they are being stored up. The depreciation in $/£ rate would be bullish for Clarity. regards linhur
linhur
09/9/2009
11:49
Last Interims were 20-11-08 ... Stay tuned !
bowlersam
08/9/2009
21:35
When are they??
gconvery
08/9/2009
18:50
Will we get another jump in the share price in th4e run up to the interims?
this_is_me
25/8/2009
16:33
The market cap. is £16 m. Last year's profit was £0.47 million, this year's is forecast £1.79million and next year's £2.54 million. I call that stuning growth.
this_is_me
24/8/2009
14:46
this_is_me - on what basis do you draw that conclusion? S
smarm
13/8/2009
16:23
The reason is that it is way undervalued.
this_is_me
13/8/2009
11:48
Moving nicely now. Anyone know why? S
smarm
13/7/2009
10:11
At this rate we really will it 60p before a major breather!
gconvery
10/7/2009
18:39
That was dated 22nd June so it doesn't explain the rise.
this_is_me
10/7/2009
14:01
Buy recommendation from Growth Company Investor http://www.growthcompany.co.uk/recommendations/1053882/clarity-commerce-solutions.thtml
investinggarden
09/7/2009
17:00
The interesting thing is that this has happened without any hype or indeed much interest on the BB. What are the odds of an RNS in the morning?
this_is_me
09/7/2009
15:43
Interesting that the rise seems to be mirroring the fall....maybe my 60p target is not so wrong!
gconvery
09/7/2009
14:17
Hmm, I wil be ready to sell if it hits my stoploss. But like the story....
gconvery
09/7/2009
12:46
and I quote "it may prove difficult to buy at the right price" it goes on to explain that the shares are tightly held and there is only one broker. Bit of a bear squeeze so just pray they don't come down as quickly. Cracking company but in the short term overpriced.
niggle
09/7/2009
11:20
Nice and quiet here but 15% up..... ;-)
gconvery
09/7/2009
08:35
And the march continues!
gconvery
08/7/2009
12:26
I used to get quantum leap but stopped years ago when they were tipping TMT stocks at daft prices just before the crash. Are they more sensible now?
this_is_me
08/7/2009
12:00
Hardly a magazine!
this_is_me
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