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
  6.00 2.5% 246.00 240.00 251.00 241.00 241.00 241.00 4,692 16:35:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 169.6 7.4 16.4 15.0 80

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
29/7/2019
21:36
Is it time to sell yet....
beeezzz
29/7/2019
18:04
Solid here
nw99
29/7/2019
15:12
Accidental repeat of previous
outsizeclothes.com
29/7/2019
15:08
Chart-wise £3.50 is the first point of (small) resistance. £4 to £4.1 is more serious resistance, below the 200 day MA. 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
25/7/2019
16:08
bid approach/
onjohn
25/7/2019
16:00
Decision tomorrow. Possible 16% here pre data risk.
sentimentrules
24/7/2019
15:49
Going up too fast. Will have to be taking 10%+ I think pre 5th
sentimentrules
22/7/2019
17:24
I'm dumping it by August 4th. I'm just hoping a 10%+ rise to that. If it does? Be for the shorters again by the 5th Thats 10% net. No choice but to dump it if occurs before the 5th. However if stays in this consolidation, I think it's more than fast buck traders. Would expect decent words and hold.
sentimentrules
22/7/2019
17:21
Been caught out too many times buying in too early, rather wait until 5th Aug and see what they say. Good luck anyway.
johnv
22/7/2019
14:43
Well my buy order kicked in 315 Still can't see a good fundamental reason at the mo for buyers. So il just have to assume the smart money knows something we dont yet. Assess it at 341 . Easier
sentimentrules
21/7/2019
17:19
Ah. Maybe ita technical punt money. Found support at the yearly ohlc average which was just below the December 18 price . Most likely just technical volatility auto orders so definetely 315 before one could assume some fund(s) in for fundamentals reasons
sentimentrules
21/7/2019
17:03
Confusing one. Seeing what would normally suggest that this low has institutional interest rather than just retail. (Even after the short reduction) For the life of me , can't find the reason why. Anyway willing to buy 315p in the turmoil. Anyone got a reason as to why money would buy now? Too dodgy below 315 but a pretty solid entry if it comes. Maybe only be for a trade rather than recovery. Will have to see what market decides if price strikes.
sentimentrules
11/7/2019
10:30
Chart-wise 290 needs to hold. A break below that re-establishes the Mid 2017 to Dec 18 steep downtrend with an initial 2 - 3 month target of a very ugly 210-215.
outsizeclothes.com
07/7/2019
13:17
Yes SCSW suggests waiting for the results with a view to averaging down if things look OK
kenmill1
07/7/2019
09:51
Await results 5/8
nw99
03/7/2019
20:34
Jeff.... Yeah smoke and mirrors its a con - the only thing I can say is I'm still in profit, even if the company seems unable to achieve. Whats really annoying, the company has some great products just useless management.
beeezzz
03/7/2019
15:21
Seem to be a bit of a car crash of late. I prefer Luce and LPA
dvb99
02/7/2019
22:09
It lost its way years ago when it broke up the (genuinely) profitable and cash-generative business Roxboro and concentrated solely on the Dialight business. £15m net cash converted to huge net debt within 18 months or so. For anyone who isn't clear about it, that was a profit warning today. "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. And I see they're up to their old tricks (well, "old" in the sense they've been doing it as long as I can remember) of capitalising 'development cost' ("Increasing our development of new products to continue to expand our addressable market.") Note to management: "Profit" is what's left over after all costs have been deducted from revenues.
jeffian
02/7/2019
20:27
Well that is the third stock of my to tank this year, starting give up on these over paid executives who under perform but still expect the big bucks... I feel the company has lost its way....
beeezzz
02/7/2019
08:57
Seems like an overreaction to bad news but the CEO is stepping down and Fsriyal knows the company well. She is a hard charging smart professional. Operations and Engineering has no leadership which will be their downfall. They don’t value their people and employees see this. It’s just a job! Long term buy if you can hAndle the wild swings.
ledguy
02/7/2019
07:42
Be back up to 400p by end of week.
volsung
02/7/2019
07:33
Big opportunity to buy in here
nw99
02/7/2019
07:15
It appears new management may have copounded the failings of the previous managment ledguy post 3291 was rigth but situation now seems even worse than he projected . When I posted in april I never believed it could get so bad - Lesson learnt!! PUGUGLY 6 Apr '19 - 11:20 - 3244 of 3295 Edit 0 0 1 Competiton is far more intense that it was back in their glory days and their customers having now trialed new suppliers, having been let down by DIA, may well not return - A classic example (imo) as how diabolical (with hind-sight) managment decisions and failure of the then managment to comprehend the execution risk and keep on top of it brought a potential world leader down.
pugugly
02/7/2019
06:15
I had been thinking of getting back in but despite this year's improvement in the shareprice today's update reads as somewhat disappointing? (I'm a non-holder at present by the way.)
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