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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
26/1/2021
08:28
And to recall I sold out of IDEA at 94p - I made good money - but hardly my smartest move!
tightfist
26/1/2021
07:49
Off topic: Re IDEA (a big, long term hold for me from the early 30p share price range) Interesting what can happen to share price growth when it gets going... Below is an excerpt from the IDEA RNS this morning....IDEA share price is at 287p now ! Commenting on David's retirement Ben Dorks said: "I have worked closely with David for the last 8 years. What he has achieved at Ideagen is quite outstanding. Under his leadership, first as chief executive officer from 2009 to 2018, and then as executive chairman, the Group has grown from a market value of £0.5m and a share price of 2p to its current position. Having made 20 acquisitions Ideagen is now a world leader in the provision of regulatory and compliance software with over 5000 customers, 600 employees with offices in EMEA, Europe and Asia. His work ethic and dedication to the Company and its employees has been remarkable. He leaves an extraordinary legacy to follow and we wish him the very best for the future."
multibagger
26/1/2021
07:10
Interesting article in The Times yesterday about "copy trading"...trading led by Popular Investors (PIs in the jargon or "gurus") and facilitated by commission free share trading by the likes of the Etoro platform. A dangerous bubble by the sounds of it, but not too different from the "momentum traders" who descend on a stock in hordes on the back of their "guru's" tips. I think the tellatale sign could be the size of trades - often in low single digit volumes and in quick succession, that would not make sense to more conventional investors due to share brokerage fees. So if you see a flurry of tiny trades in CYAN or any other share happening, I think that this is what is happening. Though individually they are tiny, it is the numbers of "copy traders" that make it relevant. Apparently some of the more successful "gurus" have followers in the tens of thousands. Gurus are apparently not allowed to "front run" these trades...so effectively there can be a mad scramble if one of these "gurus" tips CYAN, given the liquidity issues. Here's hoping !! Fingers crossed ;)
multibagger
26/1/2021
07:02
Good morning tightfist (and all) :) I guess it is understandable if you are more cautious and conservative in your reading of the "tea leaves" - guesstimate of the revenues given where we have been with Cyan. I am not a finance person, so my understanding and interpretation of these matters is not sophisticated. We have been told that we are receiving Letters of Credit which guarantee our payments. LCs will be paid according to the T&Cs obviously, but wouldn't that largely take care of the working capital side of things, if we are working on 60 days payment periods ? My interpretation of the JC comment you refer to, is that deliveries are forecast to increase from where we have been very recently - averaging circa 2000 modules per calendar day. So more than 2000 modules per calendar day in my reading possibly from Jan to March 2021...which led me to the conclusion of around £5.3m or thereabouts. Let's see what eventually happens !
multibagger
25/1/2021
22:09
Hi MB, thanks - I currently have a lower expectation for FY revenue - largely because I am really concerned (paranoid?) about possible available Working Capital constraints - and also the stated 30 month MPWZ contract roll-out (15/12/2020). Maybe I need to look again at WC aspects..On the other hand I note JC on 15/01/2021: "......we expect increased demand for deliveries during the remainder of this financial year...". Increased relative to what?.This maybe suggests £1.9M+ in the last 3 months and £5.3m+ for the FY? Probably the same logic as you! If that is realised then H2 PnL break-even could be on the cards........ DYOR!.Cold shower time! tightfist
tightfist
25/1/2021
14:23
Hi tightfist...I guess we are in a watching and waiting mode..or the calm before the storm in a positive sense. It feels a while since we have had some commercial RNSs...so may be something close. At least we know that things are on a much stronger footing and we are heading in the right direction. My guess for revenues till end March 2021 are about £5.3 million. What do you think ? PS: Liquidity remains tight with only about 25k can be bought at 7.2p - otherwise negotiated deal.
multibagger
25/1/2021
11:51
It's gone awfully quiet around here - just waiting for contract news?
tightfist
18/1/2021
15:02
Regarding Grapefruit's post: Don't get me wrong, IMO I like Cyan a lot but there is an important caveat from 15th December RNS ref MPWZ: ".....The smart meters, which are being supplied by existing partners, will be deployed over thirty months....."..But help may be at hand......Encouragingly it was only three months from MPWZ finally being announced to shipments commencing.... We will need to see more big orders being landed within the next few months with IMO progressive shipments to help ease our way through a potential Working Capital bottleneck? Or will we be able to take-on some modest affordable interim debt?
tightfist
17/1/2021
14:15
Sounds very promising!
nilli
17/1/2021
13:41
Courtesy of and thanks to Grapefruit for his/her post on the LSE thread, today at 13:21 hrs "...79k units in Dec is really encouraging. If that was maintained for 12 months (and the orders are there so why not? ) that would be 948k x approx £13 = £12m pa and that’s before the “increased demand for deliveries” that JC referred to. It’s starting to look like a sound investment after all !".... As per the Trading Update dated 14 Jan 2021, we have a backlog of 721,631 modules awaiting delivery so enough to keep us busy for the next 9 months or so for starters ! Hopefully, we will get more contract news in the next few months....
multibagger
15/1/2021
12:04
A good set of results and according to JC more to come looking more likely that we have broke even if not maybe making a small profit. JC did say small orders first leading to much larger orders and that is what seems to be happening
sabre6
14/1/2021
07:41
Hi gleach23, No idea to be honest...speculation on my part - but could be someone having to sell and settle with HMRC by the end of the month, when self assessment taxes are due to be paid (as things stand, though there was some mention/hope that HMRC may allow a period of grace)? Edit: However, this morning so far we have moved up +0.45p on about 100k total volume....so liquidity is very tight it would appear, as this share price.
multibagger
14/1/2021
07:37
Our cash position remains unchanged between Sep and Dec 2020 at £1.0m.....so it looks like we have broken even for that period.....and £400k received so far this month and it is only the 14th, appears to indicate that we may be making more progress ! Let's see if the market twigs this....:) Good luck all !
multibagger
14/1/2021
07:16
Excerpts from a positive and strong Trading Update announced today....demonstrating progress being made. The format of the RNS does not lend itself to an easy "cut & paste" job for the BB record. hTTps://www.rns-pdf.londonstockexchange.com/rns/6277L_1-2021-1-13.pdf * Delighted to see a further £1.9m revenue added in 3 months between end Sep 2020 and end Dec 2020...if this trend continues we could be seeing about £5.3m revenue range for 2020/21. * Sharp increase in module shipments - An additional 167k modules shipped between end Sep and end Dec 20. * Cash steady at £1.0m at end Dec 2020, with an additional £400k received so far this month. CyanConnode Holdings plc (“CyanConnode” or the “Company”) Trading Update for the nine months ended 31 December 2020 14 January 2021 CyanConnode Holdings plc (AIM: CYAN), a world leader in Narrowband Radio Frequency (RF) Smart Mesh Networks, is pleased to provide a trading update for the nine-month period ended 31 December 2020. Highlights • Revenues of £3.4m for the nine-month period ended December 2020 (£1.5m for the six- month period ended September 2020) • Period end net cash of £1.0m (September 2020: £1.0m) • Approximately £2.9m cash received from customers for the nine-month period ended December 2020 and a further £0.4m received to date during January 2021 • 259k modules shipped to customers during the nine-month period ended December 2020 (92k shipped during the six-month period ended September 2020)
multibagger
13/1/2021
18:30
Think that trade shows that despite, or perhaps because of, his 30 years experience in the city, jcep talks utter tosh.
fred splange
13/1/2021
17:41
Large trade reported after the bell today from yesterday - 536k shares @ 6.489p. Not sure what to make of it or how it relates to your comments in post 1428 MB. Would have expected some liquidity if it was a sell?
gleach23
13/1/2021
14:58
Fred Peanuts are a highly valued commodity after all how would you feel if you had no nuts?
sabre6
13/1/2021
10:46
You might be right, but maybe ask lobbenberg (also known as the grand mug punters) who had over 15% of the company once. Now worth peanuts.
fred splange
13/1/2021
07:31
Good morning all :) From his/her previous posts it appears that JCEP works/has worked in the City for about 30 years..... Post by JCEP on the other thread: Tue 21:18 re CYAN "...Yes CB. I had been trying to buy in the afternoon but because the broker doesn’t have the seller to match my buy they won’t take the risk to buy on their own account ie on risk. That means there are buyers only. That is very often a sign to the upside. In the morning there were sellers only hence the fall. But in the afternoon that reversed. So rather than the price rising in the afternoon it stagnated due to no liquidity...." Make of it what you will, but seems to tie in with my own observation of share price moves on small trade sizes....liquidity seems to be pretty tight. Maybe S Chari is hoovering up even more ? Taking over 5% equity in a public listed company is a very bold move...possibly over £1m invested here ? Let's hope that we get some solid commercial news in the not too distant future which will exacerbate the "stock liquidity/availability issue" and probably result in a sharp upward share price spike ! Good luck all !
multibagger
12/1/2021
21:40
Should hear how sales went in December soon, they said they were looking encouraging, from interview...Many shares slipping over last couple of days, strange times. May get some more if share price drops further..
beeezzz
12/1/2021
17:48
This is cyan, only mug punters need apply. What's Powell's losses looking like?
cancun tango
12/1/2021
16:44
"Mug punters" do not buy 5% stakes. Period.
emptyend
12/1/2021
16:34
Yep, so close to break even that they're having to pay themselves in shares and then pretend it's a director purchase. Things don't smell as they should here, beware.
fred splange
12/1/2021
16:08
I agree, we must be within a few months of break even. .Sorry to be a bore, but cashflow for Working Capital provision (think dramatic expansion) is far more in focus right now. What WC cycle time do they have for business undertaken on an LoC basis?
tightfist
12/1/2021
13:41
Well, we knew it would be bumpy. That looks like a fair few of the traders and surfers gone, but I wouldn’t be surprised if there’s another leg down without news.
major courtenay
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