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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 145.00p 0 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
142.00p 148.00p 145.00p 145.00p 145.00p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 17.7 4.2 10.5 13.8 55.12

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D4T4 Solutions Daily Update: D4T4 Solutions is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker D4T4. The last closing price for D4T4 Solutions was 145p.
D4T4 Solutions has a 4 week average price of 127.25p and a 12 week average price of 95p.
The 1 year high share price is 178.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 95p.
There are currently 38,013,204 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 318,483 shares. The market capitalisation of D4T4 Solutions is £55,119,145.80.
gerdmuller: I think management clearly showed after the last results that they believe at these sorts of levels the price undervalues the company. So if that continues they may try to initiate some form of buy-out possibly with PE backing. The company does tend to have revenues which can be easily skewed by the timing of project work and this seems to be making the share price extremely volatile at times. So at some stage they may decide that an AIM listing is not worthwhile. Hopefully not, as I think this seems to be a company with a good future if people have the patience to wait.
biggest bill: Caterham, in big liquid companies the number of shares bought and sold tend to match very closely. However, in small companies, it also depends on how much stock the market makers are currently holding. Sometimes, market makers play games to acquire stock if they are short. For example, they might try to mark the share price down for a short period to see if they can activate some stop losses.
biggest bill: The behaviour of the share price is strange. For example, a lot more shares were bought today than sold and the share price still went down.
biggest bill: What I'm concerned about is a cheap takeover bid if the share price stays around this level. I think the prospective pe ratio for 2018/19 could even be in single figures.
dave2608: Indeed this Monday could be,could being the operative word, the catalyst for a big leap forward in the share price. You could make the argument for this being a blue sky stock but unlike most blue sky companies one that is actually making profits and it's products already brought to market. The company have a reputation for not overpromising and being conservative in their outlook. When they talk of a very strong trading performance for the second half of the year alongside a record level of bookings, it looks like momentum is gathering.
revoman: D4t4 Solutions plc is a cheap growth stock I'd buy after it gains 25%Data solutions provider D4t4 (LSE: D4T4) recorded a stock price rise of over 25% on Tuesday after it released details of a trading update. The company has won a number of new contracts which are expected to have a positive impact on its financial performance in the second half of the year. This seems to have galvanised investor sentiment and helped to push the company's valuation higher.Despite this, there still seems to be further upside potential on offer. As such, now could be the perfect time to buy it for the long run.Impressive outlookD4t4's performance in the latter part of the financial year to 31 March has been better than expected. It has won a handful of contracts which have boosted its performance, including its two largest ever contracts for the Private Cloud Analytics solution. This means that it has delivered a record level of bookings for the year after what was a relatively subdued first half. As a result, revenue and adjusted profit before tax for the 2018 financial year are due to be ahead of the previous year.In the current year, D4t4 expects to benefit from the recent contract wins. It's due to report a 13% rise in its bottom line which puts it on a price-to-earnings growth (PEG) ratio of just 0.7. This suggests that it could offer further upside potential – especially if it's able to continue recent momentum with regards to contract wins.And while its share price may have risen significantly in a short space of time, now could be the right time to buy it. A dividend yield of 2.1% from a payout which is covered 4.2 times by profit indicates that its total returns could be resiliently high. As such, its risk/reward ratio is enticing at the present time.
rubberbullets: PTY results, eps 2p share price 11.5p
opodio: problem with this share is one RNS can wipe out the share price to 50p
glasshalfull: 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
dave2608: Yump. This is the way I see it. Project work is lumpy. Completion of projects feeds into an increase in recurring revenues. However as they say in their interims. "Many of the contracts currently in negotiation (>80% by value) are with existing clients, who wish to INCREASE either the footprint of our software or extend the use of our managed private cloud environments." So once these contracts are sorted bigger lumps will come back into the soup which will lead to more recurring revenues. Repeat process. As they also say in their interims As experienced in some previous years a higher proportion of our business is expected to close and be delivered in H2 2017 If this happens then it's an increase in profits. Lots of investors I'd imagine saw the headline figures, didn't buy the timing issue and ran for the door thinking it was a profit warning when in hindsight it could be the complete opposite. What narks me and probably a few others is that we saw the potential here and invested at higher levels then see the johnny come latelies grab a bargain. The directors buying would confirm the last paragraph and at the same time maybe even nark a few on here. You would think they'd know that the revenue would be significantly down in H1 (we wasn't privy to that info) and that the share price would take a clump. What a fantastic buying opportunity! I mean you'd have more respect if they'd have bought at close of business on the Monday. To some this would smack of opportunism using the info privy to them. Would they be cynical for having such a view? I'm guessing by management speak that the contracts are pretty much sorted bar tying up a few loose ends. Assuming this to be true then it's a bit of a slam dunk for the investors who have climbed aboard Tuesday onwards. Not saying I'm right, I could be wrong, but that's how I see the picture.
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