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
  0.00 0.0% 310.50 305.00 319.00 0.00 0.00 - 2,200 08:00:05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 169.6 7.4 16.4 18.9 101

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16/2/2017
17:50
Well I never saw that recovery coming! I sold near the former highs but never bought back in. I posted quite a lot here previously about the apparent disparity between their 'profits' and their propensity to burn cash - turning a healthy cash pile from Roxboro days into a significant net debt - and the answer seemed to be their habit of capitalising a lot of their annual expenditure and writing off a lot of stock which seemed to become outdated very quickly. I will be interested to see from the forthcoming results if they've got out of these bad habits and increased GP sufficiently to cover their expenditure and become cash positive.
jeffian
16/2/2017
17:43
yes tend to agree, so still out for now, may reconsider after results
bountyhunter
16/2/2017
17:41
Yeah...Managed to close above £10, wonder how much is down to NT, has a big following and made a killing last time, I've been in since 180p may bail this time if it gets above £14 or all time highs... RSI over 80...still over another week before results..
beeezzz
16/2/2017
17:37
Dia is going to need some very strong results and a good statement on future prospects to hold on to the dramatic rise in share price - otherwise .....
tompion
16/2/2017
12:21
It's def on a roll...think it may be a short squeeze....through the £10 ceiling this morning.
bbbbb
13/2/2017
18:45
from his email update
robow
13/2/2017
18:34
where did you get NT comments from?
jamieb73
13/2/2017
12:09
Bit profit taking on Friday....looked well over brought on the RSI indicator, hopefully steady for a week before results... Dia have great products and meet all the regulatory requirements, hopefully they've got their production issues sorted, there must be huge demand for industrial LED lighting, benefits speak for themselves...when you look at the examples on their website!!!
beeezzz
09/2/2017
16:28
Naked Trader keen on DIA I also loved Dialight (DIA) ages ago - bought for 150p and sold for 1200p making well over £100,000. I actually still have a few from the old days left over in the isa.. I am back in with Dialight as they are moving up every day after some decent statements. Results are due on February 27th and could show a company on the way back to its old highs. Its recent trading statement was excellent, revenues are coming in again and it seems to be back in a good spot with its LED lighting business. So after a flashbulb moment I am in!
robow
08/2/2017
11:09
Not sure why results moved..but a moved forward is certainly not a negative, perhaps even a positive. Interesting pattern each day as the prices rises steadily and buy volumes exceed sells. Only one shorter remaining the FCA list, I think at one time there were 3 or 4, with an Aug 10th 2015 position. This has cost them £2.4 million by my sums to date so in IMHO I can't see that holding for long (no pun intended). A short squeeze on a fairly illiquid stock could be very interesting.
bbbbb
07/2/2017
17:31
Full year results 27th Feb moved from 28th not sure why maybe not on last day. bbb...You could be right regarding dividend being reinstated
beeezzz
03/2/2017
16:49
Yeah...Still drifting higher, RSI=78 nearing 80 could trigger some selling...looking over brought to me now 26EMA crossed the 20DMA so may indicate further to go in this upward movement.
beeezzz
03/2/2017
16:36
Yes, it's been rising very nicely all week...the game is afoot methinks
bbbbb
01/2/2017
17:36
Still drifting higher...whose complaining...nice gentle rise Yeah..bb.. Mining&Oil sector may have a bit more cash too invest, they got themselves into so much debt during the boom, mostly fuelled by China, who have been pumping huge amounts of cash to maintain their GDP growth, which many have said will finish before year end, so get ready for another downturn..just hope they are ready this time..
beeezzz
01/2/2017
09:34
Fair point about the mining sector pick up as I'm sure they cited the downturn in mining and oil as a reason for poor results a couple of years ago. Perhaps dividend about tho be reinstated also I guess..
bbbbb
31/1/2017
21:32
Jeff... will probably know....SP is creeping up steadily, not bad news. Mining sector has picked up so maybe big order coming...
beeezzz
31/1/2017
21:28
afraid I bailed out for a small profit but should have waited, watching with interest for now
bountyhunter
31/1/2017
19:34
Looks like thread is dead which is a pity as it also looks like there is a turn-a-round underway.Record volumes today for the year and some huge sells, but the price keeps rising. I can only think a) short squeeze (but only one shorther on the FCA list remains) b) Results even better than previously anticipated or C) There is bid prep underway. Anyone out theree got any thoughts ?
bbbbb
21/1/2017
06:41
Big jump yesterday afternoon...anyone know why ?
bbbbb
05/1/2017
22:05
Deal just announced between REDS and Phillips to cross leverage products through One Space. Significant. REDS could go a long way
abarclay
06/12/2016
17:04
Has had an upgrade price target 850p
beeezzz
03/11/2016
12:30
I wondered why there was a couple of 32k trades @705 yesterday, maybe crossing not sure. The take up of LED's continues at a pace, sadly more likely cheap Chinese rubbish, you get what ya pay for in this world.
beeezzz
03/11/2016
11:52
Not the most revealing of trading statements. The Group is targeting a modest constant currency revenue performance, with reported revenue to benefit from a positive FX impact. reads like a miss on revenue but weak sterling and overseas earnings have saved them. In line on profits would be £6.4m & c.20p EPS so still on a P/E of 33 however they've not been shy of using adjusted figures in the past so they have a lot of leeway to hit that in-line profit: - Biggest of these has been asking shareholders to exclude exceptional costs. Given the difference between their balance sheet provisions and their stated UK site closure costs that should mostly hit H2 then I think it is pretty sure that the 2016H2 results will also be asking shareholders to ignore the accounting figures and focus on adjusted profit before tax again. - They capitalised development costs of £1.8m in 16H1 vs £1.5m 15H1 & £1.0m 15H2. Of course capitalising development costs is a perfectly valid accounting treatment but increasing capitilisation does flatter the short term profit figures. Since the start of 2013 Cumulative exceptionals + Cumulative capitalised development costs exceeds cumulative PBT and I expect this to only get worse for 16H2. That is a long time to generate no real return for shareholders. I think a lot of people focused on the positive cashflow in 16H1 however when you look at the details most of this is non-recurring. There is a limit to what you can generate from tax refunds & paying suppliers later. Whatever the reported profit it would seem that the c.£13m cash costs of closing the UK manufacturing will hit the current half year. Recovery stocks can be a good investment as management turn around a failing business that is priced to fail. However paying 33x earnings that are heavily adjusted doesn't seem like getting a bargain price. Shareholders are paying up front for a big recovery that hasn't happened yet and may never happen. I remain bearish.
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