Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Dialight Plc LSE:DIA London Ordinary Share GB0033057794 ORD 1.89P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00p -0.29% 341.50p 333.00p 350.00p - - - 25 16:35:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 169.6 7.4 16.4 20.8 111

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/9/2019
10:22
Large spread
tomv33
09/9/2019
14:27
Intl Acct Standards require that Development costs be amortized and not expensed. Nothing odd about following the standards. Has minimal impact to financials. Instead of expensing in one year they expense over 3-5 years. They still need a strong leader to set course. Fariyal could set that course. Need to wait and see.
ledguy
09/9/2019
13:35
Good write up in SCSW this weekend
johnv
07/9/2019
08:33
Time to buy more
nw99
07/8/2019
22:46
#3317, You don't and that's my point entirely. They're treating this expenditure as if it's one-off capital expenditure and adding it to the Balance Sheet as an 'asset' rather than expensing it against annual revenues but, as you say, it's something they have to do year after year to keep up with advances in the industry so it's not 'exceptional' expenditure at all, nor is it an 'asset' as it will have to be written off when the next generation of lights are developed.
jeffian
07/8/2019
22:13
Stock will rally hard
nw99
07/8/2019
21:43
Problem is they are in a market where R&D is critical in maintaining a competitive edge over your nearest competitors, at what point do you scale back this essential part of the business.
beeezzz
06/8/2019
22:54
Then the market needs to look at the accounts. Until this lot stop capitalising 'development expenditure', claiming 'exceptional' expenses and start generating some cash and real profit to support the share price then the rest is just traders' hype.
jeffian
06/8/2019
22:49
Reckon your in the all or nothing window this week for sure. Last 3 four hour sessions were a battle. I can't call it. But either way; A big percentage move very imminent. Hope its North guys
sentimentrules
06/8/2019
22:48
The market is buying the 'recovery story' Chart-wise £3.50 was the first point of (small) recent resistance on the way up, and proved the new resistance level yesterday. £4 to £4.1 is now more serious resistance, below the 200 day MA and 50 day MA which looks as if it's going to cross the 200 at £4.10. If we can break £4.10 and the 200 day MA, it's weak resistance at £4.60, but £5.20 is the next major hurdle/target.
outsizeclothes.com
06/8/2019
22:39
Looks like the market's buying the 'recovery story'. £4 - £4.10 is the next chart resistance level
outsizeclothes.com
05/8/2019
21:59
Agree beez. I just look at markets in a money weighted way. While you may be correct, the problem as always, may be the market not agreeing until 50% lower etc. So the money in a market is important to me. Could be here now. Really is 50:50 in my analysis which is a probability i can't deal at, particularly a buy . Market slaughter not over yet. Tell you what though if it is a flier weighting, your in for a fast increase.
sentimentrules
05/8/2019
21:31
Those that were going to sell did so after the major drop earlier, I expect these to slowly climb up, with companies looking to reduce their carbon footprint lighting is a good place to start..
beeezzz
05/8/2019
16:19
Can't buy it. Volume good, price ok. But just too many issues if price opens up in the morning, on intra afternoon today. 402,383,376... If price opens above one or all of these and comes back to say 375, shorters will attack it hard. It's a decent volume. Got the attributes required to be a flyer. But the shakeout today will encourage shorters on an open up in the morning. So on my probability scale, it's a 50:50 . I can't buy or short this evening. A flier or a diver and I can't determine which yet. Hope you get the offer this week here..
sentimentrules
05/8/2019
13:51
Intraday, its job done. Only waiting a bit longer to make sure not caught highside of a day trade market.
sentimentrules
05/8/2019
13:31
Possible bud. But need to see market money support that thought. If they have bought the story, volume will break the 10. Il post here if it does. That's 'break the 10 And price up near its day high post 4pm
sentimentrules
05/8/2019
13:14
The analyst's meeting must have gone reasonably well. No serious selling since that finished, so they must by and large buy the 'recovery story'.
outsizeclothes.com
05/8/2019
12:56
Well got to hand it to them . Il buy 370 if volume increases a bit more and price stays up post 4pm. Right now seems the 10% drop just a shakeout but a bit early in the day to decipher that yet
sentimentrules
05/8/2019
10:27
Price was too dodgy last Friday guys. I wasn't 100% but was 70%. However. See what comes next few days.
sentimentrules
05/8/2019
10:17
Same old same old. Still burning cash. "jeffian2 Jul '19 - 23:09 - 3301 of 3313 Edit 0 4 0 ............. "Operating profit"? Pah! Dialight burn cash, as they have been doing for years. £10m last year. You can call yourself "profitable" but follow the cash. If it's not there, there ain't any profit.........."
jeffian
05/8/2019
08:13
Look to the future
nw99
05/8/2019
07:34
This IMO should test 300p today Bad set of results IMO
buywell3
05/8/2019
07:32
Still in the valley of death - Management seem to be still wearing rose tinted glasses to see sunny uplands ahead - and ignoring the current stormy weather https://www.investegate.co.uk/dialight-plc--dia-/rns/half-year-results/201908050700068193H/ Guesses as to markdown on opening?
pugugly
05/8/2019
07:30
Still in the valley of death - Management seem to be still wearing rose tinted glasses to see sunny uplands ahead - and ignoring the current stormy weather https://www.investegate.co.uk/dialight-plc--dia-/rns/half-year-results/201908050700068193H/ Guesses as to markdown on opening?
pugugly
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