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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 2.05 42,009 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.90 2.20 2.05 2.05 2.05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 4.47 -6.31 -4.26 4
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:24:59 O 21,900 1.9255 GBX

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Cyanconnode Daily Update: Cyanconnode Holdings Plc is listed in the Technology Hardware & Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CYAN. The last closing price for Cyanconnode was 2.05p.
Cyanconnode Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 1.90p and a 12 week average price of 1.90p.
The 1 year high share price is 12.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.90p.
There are currently 182,398,523 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 619,882 shares. The market capitalisation of Cyanconnode Holdings Plc is £3,739,169.72.
orange1: With the bid price dropping yesterday to 1.9p (bid) Cyan's BiT 50 ratio now stands at a very attractive 30. This is because Cyan's closing price on 29 October 2019 (30 days ago)was 3.9 (bid). For the uninitiated the BiT (Back in Time) 50 ratio refers to the period of time that it has taken for a share's value to drop by 50%. The smaller the number in days that it has taken for a price to drop by this amount the higher the likelihood that it will retrace to its previous level in an equal number of days. In other words with Cyan being on a BiT 50 ratio of 30 there is an excellent chance that its share price will double before the year is out. I am sure that I am not the only one to have spotted this superb trading opportunity.
realist1950: LOL! Orange18 Nov '19 - 11:35 - 3370 of 3372 0 0 0 Say what you like, the share price is holding firm. Not true of many other share prices.
orange1: Say what you like, the share price is holding firm. Not true of many other share prices.
davep4: My observation is that the share price has principally reacted to: "CyanConnode has carried out a review of its order book. In 2017, orders worth $48 million received from NIK LLC were announced, for territories including Bangladesh and Ukraine, with deployments expected to be over a three-year period. Whilst the Company is still in dialogue with NIK LLC regarding a rollout of these orders, the Board does not believe revenue will be received from those orders in the near term. The Company's current order book, (excluding the NIK LLC contracts), is now GBP40 million."
realist1950: I posted this on the other CYAN thread only yesterday: realist195010 Jul '19 - 10:05 - 673 of 678 Edit 0 0 0 buywell2 - everything expressed is my own opinion......but an opinion built on watching this company since it's inception well over 15 years ago. I have seen every event unfold. The history of this company raising money from the market and creating vast dilution is well known. It consistently fails to deliver revenues from sales (or normal business) sufficient for it to remain a going concern without the need to return to the market on frequent occasions to fund its operations. I have predicted many, many RNS' here, accurately, over many years and I have also predicted, accurately the fall and rise of the share price, sometimes down to the tenth of a pence. My next prediction is that there will be further modest order news and I predict this will precede, flank or shadow a cash call. If there is significant 'order' news, I predict the funds not to have actually been received by the company but instead, as ever, 'anticipated' for future periods or years. You may be new here but the other, main, CYAN thread is more often in use. All in my own opinion. ADYOR. All without prejudice. Regards. ....................................... And today, there you have it. Another small order update, with funds due to be received in future periods. We are now in the phase of staggered order announcements. In my opinion, this is the beginning of the push to get the share price up ahead of another cash call. I know the company too well and have seen this pattern before. The order update the other day was followed by a number of 100K purchases, which moved the price up. Those orders were from the same person/source I imagine. The only question I have is HOW will the cash call be worded when they do finally spit it out. They've used nearly explanation in the past from: *needing to conduct increased R&D, *the need to be able to show the market suitable financial strength *general working capital *cash needed to actually execute existing orders (my personal favourite) I'm all ears! All in my opinion. ADYOR. All without prejudice, as ever.
lwaxf13: Me thinks next months dog n’ pony show is just more of the same old snake oil sales pitch. The world class management team ramping Cyan stock to mug punters. I hope JC brings the share price chart with him with a little arrow pointing to when he joined Cyan. I will be asking to see the share price chart and if he does not have it I will for free (no consultancy fee) show him how to use the world wide thingamabob to find the world leading share price chart.
cpap man: There are rumours doing the rounds that CYAN has a MEGA deal to announce that will promote it in to the top echelons of the industry premier league - Indian Have no idea myself except that the current CYAN share price is OBVIOUSLY extremely well supported so something much be cooking?!?!?
timbo003: The slide set from last night’s presentation is here: I arrived at around 18:20 so missed the presentation but managed to help myself to drinks and canapes Most of the BOD were in attendance last night, including JC, HP and HB along with a number of employees, I spoke to as many of them as I could during the 45 minutes available before they had to clear the room. I was very impressed with Anil Daulani On India, the opportunity sounds huge and most of the heavy lifting has now been done with the first major contract announced earlier this week. This was just one contact with one utility in one state. There are over 30 states and typically three utilities per state. There are two main competitors and they were both tendering for this first contract which Cyan won. Cyan had certain distinct advantages over the two competitors, one of which (I think) was that with the two competitors you have to buy the whole kit (including the meter itself), but Cyan’s solution can be used with any meter. One new insight: Electricity loss isn’t just through attaching crocodile clips to transmission cables in rural areas, it is also through the Utility’s meter readers not being able to access affluent gated communities (the gates stay locked). If there is no meter reading, there is no bill to pay. There is also a problem with brown paper envelopes changing hands after meter readings have been altered (downwards). All the bad press regarding UK smart meters is based on SMET1, which is nothing to do with Cyan, nor is the “fix” which is being employed in an attempt to make the SMET1 meters suitable for switching suppliers. The Cyan SMET2 roll out begins Q4 this year. I suggested a couple of times that this should be seen as a good PR opportunity and perhaps Walbrooks should play a very active role in sending out a message that Smart meter problems were now fixed and the solution was provided by Cyan and partners. On Finance, Cyan will probably need to raise further cash before they reach break even (I got the impression this would be £4m or less) and I gathered that an equity based raise at the current share price was definitely not the preferred option. Invoice financing was mentioned a couple of times, but doing this through a UK finance operator would probably be difficult, given that the invoices and subsequent revenue will be coming from the Indian operations. An alternative would be to obtain the finance through an Indian based finance provider, I asked whether they had approached the British Business Bank which seemed to feature fairly prominently in the HMT’s recent Patient Capital Review, HP said she would look into that and it sounded like all options were being considered and no decisions had been taken.
multibagger: Hi cpapman, Let's hope we do much better CYAN share price wise in 2018 - Fincapp has a target of 100p as far as I know...didn't know that it was raised to 125p. Would you be able to share a link to the source please ? Best wishes to all for a very happy and prosperous 2018 :)
multibagger: Thanks SBP - much appreciated ! My contrarian investments with a 3-5 year time frame come off well, more often than not. Though I have had my share of dogs in an earlier phase of my investing career ! Who hasn't ? The CYAN share price has picked up a wee bit now though...and if you look at it from a market cap point of view, then it is a small improvement. Good luck all :)
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