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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cyanconnode Holdings Plc LSE:CYAN London Ordinary Share GB00BF93WP34 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.05 -0.66% 7.50 7.20 7.80 7.55 7.50 7.55 285,696 09:45:25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 2.5 -6.2 -3.3 - 14

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/1/2021
13:36
I disagree I think we are close to break even
sabre6
12/1/2021
12:38
Looks more like the end. Nothing fundamentally changed here, price was only pushed up by mug punter Chari.
cancun tango
07/1/2021
18:17
This is just the beginning long may it last
sabre6
07/1/2021
17:46
Well I'm hoping for a continual good news flow this year...fingers crossed. SP holding well after rise.
beeezzz
07/1/2021
17:20
Just another like Peter Lobbenberg or Mark Weekly, clueless clowns who got burned alive here (read the rns's). This has definitely peeked.
fred splange
07/1/2021
11:27
Any more clues on who "S Chari" is and what they may know?......
tightfist
06/1/2021
12:26
Beeezzz, at this rate the opportunity to pick up a few more may arise shortly...
major courtenay
05/1/2021
21:39
I wish I had brought more, Oh well mustn't be greedy..Maybe pick few more later...
beeezzz
05/1/2021
18:23
I held Cyan pre-listing and indeed played a pivotal role in the listing, due to being in a NED in a company which had a substantial holding – long since disposed of at higher levels. I have taken part in a number of placings, which enabled me to get EIS and then later offset the sale proceeds on losses against Income tax. I have lost a bundle on Cyan. Draft however little while back I bought 500,000 at 2p in the market in my ISA, so I am currently very happy. However I still hold the £48,757 @23p so a long way to go. However the rise from the recent 2p approximate to nearly 9p is probably the best ever rise in percentage terms for the company price.
bscuit
05/1/2021
16:49
tightfist,I wasn't thinking that there would be a monopolistic power grab - but if there is a superior technology, it is not difficult to use it to gain competitive advantage, whatever the context.
emptyend
05/1/2021
16:00
Ive been here for a few years, in fact, I created this thread around the time this was one of my medium holdings. Since then I have kept adding as and when loose cash became available. I tend to drop by this thread may have occasionally posted details. duxy786 - 02 Oct 2018 - 12:21:10 "Still around, still fully invested and in some good profit. Long way to go to my arget price so wont be selling any time soon. Holding substantial quantity. Not adding atm as rest of funds invested elsewher" ==================== Two things, Firstly, I really need to read my posts before posting (spelling and grammar is atrocious lol) and secondly, I may have even doubled from the holding at the time. My average is quite low and its now the highest percentage gainer in my 2021 FP. Due to personal reasons, I stopped topping up any of my stocks and simply closed trades and re-invested for a while now. Last December, I liquidated everything and created a brand new PF in the last week of December. Some of those investments have done very well in the last two days. more info here: http://www.stockchallenge.co.uk/challenge.php?challenge=2021
duxy786
05/1/2021
13:55
With their potentially explosive growth in sales, to my mind Cash deployment is paramount.....
tightfist
05/1/2021
12:46
I think it's just the fact that CC are at either break even or making a profit aimho
sabre6
05/1/2021
12:44
To my mind, and given the cooperative nature of Indian business, anyone who tries to buy themselves a competitive stranglehold would be given short-shrift in the market. If one was to acquire Cyan, I think you would have to be a lot more subtle than that..Regarding the rise, FWIW I suspect that investors are (rightly or wrongly) finally believing Cyan will have access to adequate expanding Working Capital without a placing - "with the current business model", as HP said.....
tightfist
05/1/2021
11:42
And that is a fear, empty. As it is a peanuts price at the moment. And you may be right if they’re prepping the approach / in discussions as we type. My gut feel is there is a pretty good chance Of a pullback, which will shake out traders and froth surfers.
major courtenay
05/1/2021
11:37
Thank you all for your comments. I vaguely remember when JC came on board he mentioned that Cyan would eventually be bought out by a big player. I think he mentioned a valuation circa £100M. I may be completely wrong on this though.
nilli
05/1/2021
11:31
MC - I'm not expecting things to be particularly "bumpy". If I were looking to take a company out for its IP, the tail-end of a global pandemic would be perfect timing.....especially if the company was on the cusp of closing further orders that demonstrated the value of its IP and potential for growth.Cyan has several partners who would have the capacity to take them out and create for themselves a competitive advantage in tendering. Bidding now would make excellent sense.
emptyend
05/1/2021
11:28
Tightfist / Major Courtenay - I've held these for years, but only have 10,000 now - I seem to remember buying 500,000 - but can't trace the history - so don't now the price then.
skinny
05/1/2021
11:26
nilli,I suspect there is some truth in that. My guess would be that connected parties have expressed interest in taking the company out and, rather than be held to ransom, that has triggered the director loans and other support.It was always a concern of the Cyan board that they could be "taken over on the cheap".
emptyend
05/1/2021
11:24
Tightfist, that prompted me to check my records - 11 years here and likewise in no hurry. As to the reason for the rise, it’s all speculation - leaky ship, momentum trading/closed shorts etc. I’m pretty sure though that the retrace will come and it might sting a bit. After that, it all depends on news. The market is twigging that the potential is beginning to crystallise here, the question is to what degree, and how long it takes for the next RNS. Whilst the ride will hopefully be an enjoyable one, I am certain it will also be very bumpy. MC.
major courtenay
05/1/2021
11:23
"So my take remains that a BoD moving shares into an ISA is a clear expectation of what they expect the share to do - basically they expect the share price to move upwards and potentially becoming liable for CGT, which could be considerable."To repeat myself, what "Directors expect" frequently has no connection with the outcomes re the share price. As a former Director, I experienced that first-hand with my company and I provided another example.I'd also note that you are making an unwarranted deduction as to their motivation. My own motivation was actually rather different. I would only go as far as saying that it is not a negative piece of news.....On its own, it would be virtually meaningless. But, coinciding with various other recent news, one may perhaps say that it is mildly supportive of other news - but no more than that!
emptyend
05/1/2021
11:12
Thoughts? Surely it would have to be at one helluva premium to attract the support of this BoD, read DJ-P's CV! They have plenty of Skin in the Game and look to be in no hurry to cash in their chips.......I have waited 15 years - in no hurry either.....
tightfist
05/1/2021
11:11
Emptyend - similar story - different name!
skinny
05/1/2021
11:01
nili, One thought I had is that the rise has forced out shorters causing more of a rise forcing out more shorters. Just a thought. Best regards SBP
stupidboypike
05/1/2021
10:47
This looks more like a takeover story. Never seen Cyan shares rise consistently for more than three days in the last seven years I’ve been a shareholder. Any thoughts?
nilli
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