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CYAN Cyanconnode Holdings Plc

8.25
0.20 (2.48%)
21 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
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
  0.20 2.48% 8.25 8.00 8.50 8.25 8.05 8.05 525,831 11:20:46
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Electronic Components, Nec 11.73M -2.41M -0.0074 -11.15 26.7M
Cyanconnode Holdings Plc is listed in the Electronic Components sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CYAN. The last closing price for Cyanconnode was 8.05p. Over the last year, Cyanconnode shares have traded in a share price range of 7.20p to 17.75p.

Cyanconnode currently has 323,664,064 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Cyanconnode is £26.70 million. Cyanconnode has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -11.15.

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05/3/2024
14:16
Looks like 300k dumped earlier this morning at 11p. Feels like we've gone back in time by 3 months. Ho hum.
gleach23
05/3/2024
13:58
Positive noises and yet the price drops ... shall I add?

Of course I shall/have. As young master pike suggests you either back the belief or you walk away.

folderboy
05/3/2024
13:14
mb, nice to hear from you and hope all is well. This is significant, many thanks.

I believe Cyan is looking binary now, either we get the success that the evidence points to in India and the share price will be a multiple of where it is now, or all of us have missed something important that will prevent that. I can't see many in between options. FWIW I think the former and I am backing that belief with a not insubstantial investment.

Best regards SBP

stupidboypike
05/3/2024
10:05
Good morning all :)

Been kindly brought to my attention as it appears to be a very significant development in the smart city and smart metering ecosystem....we have been name checked !



Good luck all !

multibagger
04/3/2024
17:36
Changing banks could be a very good thing. It was mentioned about 6 months ago I think that they were discussing lines of credit with Indian banks. IMO this would be a far better route to the cash needed to service large orders than yet more share dilution. We live in hope. Best regards SBP
stupidboypike
04/3/2024
17:08
Don't knock it ITT. Irrelevant sh*te is surely better than nothing.
derek ten bag
04/3/2024
17:04
As we get RNS's for all sorts of other irrelevant sh*te, surely this warrants another.
inthetin
04/3/2024
17:03
Beat me to it lol.
daddy warbucks
04/3/2024
17:01
On the link provided, if you go to page 3, you will see...02 Sep 2009 Particulars of a mortgage or charge / charge no: 1 View PDF Particulars of a mortgage or charge / charge no: 1 - link opens in a new window - 5 pages (5 paNo idea if this is the charge which has been satisfied.
daddy warbucks
04/3/2024
16:53
In which case, it sounds positive for the company that we can pay off loans made to us. Still be good to get an update on how business is progressing.
derek ten bag
04/3/2024
16:47
IIRC two Directors made a loan to CC - £300k possibly. Maybe they have now both been paid-off, and the security released, prior to the year end? Just a thought; I recall one was paid-off a while ago.
tightfist
04/3/2024
16:39
Sounds like an old loan paid off
'A charge is 'satisfied' when it's paid off. You do not have to tell us, but any satisfied charges left outstanding on our records could have a negative effect on your company. It's a good idea to make sure any charges registered against your company are correct and up to date'

homebrewruss
04/3/2024
16:36
Hi DTB

Any idea what this 'Satisfaction of charge' is about?



I thought for a moment that JC's loan had been repaid and his £40K pa of interest would now cease but it's not that.

I didn't think that we had any other debt.

Cheers

ITT

inthetin
04/3/2024
16:16
I'm a bit less sceptical than you ITT. I actually have considerable regard for JC and also for Heather. They have worked very hard to get the company to where it is and to establish a very high reputation in the territories in which it operates, for quality and reliability. I shall be extremely surprised (and very disappointed) if, by October, the share price is not considerably higher than it is now and we have not won many more orders than at present. JC stands to make a considerably greater return on his investment from a high share price than from his annual remuneration, although I think creating a company worth a lot more than it is now is his real ambition. I've been looking again at the calibre of the staff we have, both here and in India and I am quite impressed. We shall see. But, if you happen to be reading this John, it is certainly time for, at the very least, an update on progress or better still, an other order. DYOR and GLA.
derek ten bag
04/3/2024
10:35
Hi DTB

I'm not so sure - it's the perfect story for stringing people along endlessly, persuading them that company success is just around the corner.

In the meantime, JC is pocketing £400K pa in salary plus £40K pa in interest on a £300K loan. At 68 years old, it's not too bad for him either way (i.e. whether the company succeeds or not).

GL

ITT

inthetin
03/3/2024
16:41
Hi ITT,
If we haven't heard something transformational by October I suspect most of us will be moving elsewhere. I expect to be disappointed on Monday but we live in hope. GL.

derek ten bag
03/3/2024
12:30
Hi DTB

Yes, it has been dreadfully dull of late.

In all likelihood, you will be disappointed on Monday too.

I'm not going to leave my capital here doing nothing endlessly - there are opportunities elsewhere and those opportunities will increase as confidence in equities in general eventually returns.

If we haven't heard anything transformational by the end of October (i.e. end of H1 24/25), I'm going to start reducing my Cyan holding and pop the cash in somewhere else.

GL

ITT

inthetin
01/3/2024
16:41
A follow-up on t'other site suggested what seems a benign explanation, ITT. Let's hope so. Anyway, good to see a bit of blue on here. But hasn't it been dreadfully dull of late? Time, I think, for some news. Monday would be good, but it's the same every weekend. I look forward to Monday with anticipation only to, yet again, be disappointed. Ho-hum.
derek ten bag
29/2/2024
13:16
I see Genus & HPL have lost a lot of their value during February (30% and 14% respectively).

Perhaps there's some bad news around the corner.

I could do without that.

inthetin
29/2/2024
09:43
I still hold mine. I'm underwater but as it's AIM, its to be expected.
casholaa
29/2/2024
09:28
Since it's not drawn to scale, the graph suggests a steady increase in deliveries when, in fact, the rate of delivery is increasing. That would have been a bit more instructive. The next point on the chart will be interesting. We have orders for about 6.3m nodes as I recall, so hopefully these are being punted out as we speak. But otherwise, ITT, I agree - as I'm sure we all do - that we really do need to hear about new orders which should be materialising by now. Time for a decent update from John and/or Heather. It's all getting very tiresome.
derek ten bag
28/2/2024
22:59
1.5M nodes dispatched in the last three years (an average of 500K per year) is hardly setting the world on fire.

I really don't care about what they've been doing for the last 10 years (that's just fulfilling historical orders), what about winning some new orders that would make one or two new investors sit up and take notice.

Enough of all this patting each other on the back - that can wait until they've dispatched ten times more than they already have.

Going for growth? Really? Let's see the proof.

inthetin
28/2/2024
15:48
We seem to be the only ones around these days ITT. Even the other site is very quiet, although you do get the odd nuggets on there to keep us informed. I think that CCIndia may have had another emanation but since I am not on Twitter (or whatever it's called these days), I have to rely on picking up crumbs from others tables. Poor show really. These informal updates should be on the website. Very, very disrespectful to investors who don't do social media.
derek ten bag
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