Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
D4T4 Solutions LSE:D4T4 London Ordinary Share GB0001351955 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.00p +0.76% 132.00p 127.00p 137.00p 132.00p 131.00p 131.00p 9,480 11:50:44
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 17.7 4.2 10.5 12.6 50.37

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/1/2018
11:54
Feels cheap, but time will tell.
its the oxman
06/1/2018
09:10
Happy to note that the Sharewatch tip should accentuate that positive next week.
darryn1
05/1/2018
13:46
Looks a bit like an inverted H and S. Positive IMO.
napoleon 14th
27/12/2017
21:13
Ok, encouraging GHF. I'm keeping it on watchlist. Lots to do in H2 here imo. Need to keep these contracts coming regularly. A general market correction will hit hard imo.
aishah
27/12/2017
14:27
Good rise so far today, currently 134-144p + 13p. MM trying to not look keen but they are. The online quote on the bid is currently 140p.
eagle eye
27/12/2017
11:48
As AISHAH points out, no numbers this morning with today’s RNS. However, I’ve been watching closely, especially given the fact that following the weak H1 & share price retrenchment, we’ve witnessed considerable Director buying. Over £400k worth at the last count. finnCap also retained their forecasts at the end of Nov indicating that management were v confident of achieving £18.5m turnover & £5.1m PBT in H2 to meet those forecasts. They noted, “...whilst this weighting is beyond most businesses, D4t4 has a swift delivery process; licences are booked on signing and it takes 6-8 weeks from a project signing to delivery. It has an impressive pipeline (est. at 3x or 4x the 14 deals in closure) and strong drivers in data collection and management (2 large deals are compliance-driven) as well as a blue-chip customer base; most of the 14 contracts follow on from existing business. We understand c.£3.5m will be closed by the end of this month, with £15m visible.” ——- This morning’s announcement confirms the company are on track, with finnCap further noting that should D4T4 book 80% of the 14 major contracts in final stages of agreement - let’s call it 11 contracts - over the next four months, this would see D4T4 deliver on expectations. In other words, 4 major contracts down and 7 major contracts still to go. Hope this assists. Disclosure - Bought back in today. Kind regards GHF
glasshalfull
27/12/2017
11:20
Obviously going in the right direction. Keeep holding - I have.
napoleon 14th
27/12/2017
07:28
No numbers though.
aishah
27/12/2017
07:12
Contract wins "has converted four significant opportunities from its strong pipeline of potential business" Https://www.investegate.co.uk/d4t4-solutions-plc--d4t4-/rns/new-contract-wins-in-key-vertical-sectors/201712270700072502A/
bigbigdave
20/12/2017
12:23
Take off after dir buying
ggbarabajagal
18/12/2017
11:44
I've just been reading an article about Roger McDowell. He's a non-exec director and recently bought 200,000 shares and now has 1,550,000. He doesn't sound like the sort of man to throw away that sort of money, so must have confidence in the current management line hTTps://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/pinpoint-invest-and-exit-the-motto-of-the-lapsed-entrepreneur-pn0bn5h9t He spent 23 years working for the family pipeline distribution company, Oliver Ashworth. Its turnover increased from £1m to £100m. Then Roger McDowell brought in private equity, floated the business in 1997, and the following year Saint-Gobain, the French building products group, made a generous takeover bid. “Saint-Gobain offered me a very interesting divisional job,” says McDowell. “But it’s difficult to go from being an entrepreneur to working for a big organisation like that.” That is why the Mancunian started looking for a new business to invest in. “It was the dotcom boom,” he says. “We were looking for good value opportunities because fund managers behave like sheep and were bailing out of ‘old economy’ stocks. We wanted to find something private and run it and we found five or six companies. “It was lucrative — but it did not get me a day job. However, in several cases it got me a job as a non-executive and I discovered that I really liked that.” So that is how McDowell went plural. By buying shares and sitting in the boardroom he could keep a close eye on his investments. But when he bought into Avingtrans in 2008 his involvement had to be greater. It was a highly geared engineering company in need of funds to expand. A month after joining the board, McDowell became chairman, replaced the chief executive and raised enough capital to finance a Chinese start-up as well as to see Avingtrans through the coming recession. Since then he has refocused the company, selling the Jena Tec spindles operation in 2012 for £14m and using the cash to expand the Sigma aerospace division — selling it last year. McDowell’s motto is “pinpoint, invest, exit”. “Exit is part of our formula,” he says. “Most companies invest for perpetuity; we regard ourselves as being here in perpetuity, but not in the same businesses.” McDowell’s stake in the company is 8.7% (with his brother’s pension fund holding a similar stake) and the cash-rich Avingtrans is now focused on the energy and medical sectors. The company’s shares have increased sevenfold since he joined. The 61-year-old describes himself as a lapsed entrepreneur, but still sits on the boards of eight quoted companies. “I think that’s the maximum,” he says. “It means having a very organised diary. I miss very, very few board meetings, so there needs to be co-ordination between the boards I sit on.” Holidays are harder, however, even for a keen skier. “Finding a window of a week, never mind a fortnight, is almost impossible.” Switching between companies keeps his brain agile. “You need to move nimbly from one to another, but the more you do, the better you get.” And having three younger children as well as an older family keeps him going too. “The reason I work so hard is to demonstrate to them the work ethic. I spent my early life working on building sites. Working keeps me mentally active and young. But I do it because, for the most part, I enjoy it.”
spreadsheetsteve
15/12/2017
11:04
Correctamundo! Oh Happy Days!
gerdmuller
15/12/2017
10:39
GM, or just wait for the finals to see the truth of the matter?
rcturner2
15/12/2017
10:14
This is all down to if you believe management when they say they are confident of achieving full year expectations. If you do these would then be on a PE of 11.5 and a PEG of 0.5. A very low valuation if what they say is correct. They have backed this up with big buys as above so they stand to lose out as much as anyone. They also plan to buy back shares. If you don't believe that story then you would need to estimate what further downside there is after much of that could have already been priced in.
gerdmuller
15/12/2017
09:34
Val, in the 6 months just completed this company made a loss. Let's wait until the final results before we claim this is "way undervalued".
rcturner2
15/12/2017
09:16
sells under the price will go to 100p imho
vatpaul
15/12/2017
07:49
your comments val anf gerd were too late for me
ali47fish
14/12/2017
23:37
And the fact that directors have recently bought over 300k shares above this price is also positive. Mms mark this down on very low volume.
gerdmuller
14/12/2017
22:38
The opposite in fact; increasing return on invested capital (currently 30%) with decent growth low P/E and 2% dividend yield - looks way undervalued imo so added today.
valhamos
14/12/2017
22:33
sliced my holding to the boneds if it comes good i will add at the right time i hope!very disappointing
ali47fish
14/12/2017
19:06
This company is horribly overvalued imo.
arthur_lame_stocks
13/12/2017
16:13
Now you would think that today is an opportune time to implement some of that share buy-back programme.
dave2608
11/12/2017
09:14
is the anoouncement about the buyback good news?
ali47fish
05/12/2017
15:58
D4T4 is actively recruiting with several key vacancies in the US: hTTps://www.d4t4solutions.com/company-information/careers/
eagle eye
03/12/2017
13:25
Techinvest recommend a Weak Hold and set stop loss at 100p.
aishah
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