Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Elektron Technology Plc LSE:EKT London Ordinary Share GB00B0C5RG72 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 55.00p 54.00p 56.00p 55.00p 55.00p 55.00p 51,000 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 33.7 4.6 2.1 26.2 102

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
30/4/2019
16:49
Sold out at 45p Took 30pct,v happy With Europe slowing this is a great level to take profits
nico115
25/4/2019
16:29
Mr Tiger - I would pop in however feel odd asking for you by avatar :) Next time I go motorcycle shopping I will see if you are about.
beeks of arabia
23/4/2019
16:13
45p I will take my 10p profit,30pct and move on
nico115
23/4/2019
11:41
Back in the trading channel. Next stop 45p
hatfullofsky
18/4/2019
18:41
Looking good - Results and update in a couple of weeks
hatfullofsky
16/4/2019
12:13
Hey Beeks how are you!! Pop in for a coffee anytime. Had a cracking run with TANDEM (much further to go),DART likewise and EKT that have done really well. Tiger
castleford tiger
16/4/2019
11:20
Anyone have any new news or opinions on the results due?
rar100
09/4/2019
16:33
Has Cas Tiger got a new Jag?Went past his place last week and it looks that way. Good on him.
beeks of arabia
04/4/2019
11:31
This latest Money Week report might allay any fears or worries about Italy imploding and spoiling part of our European exports going forward > Italy and the EU can reach a compromise, although it’ll cost Germany I don’t think that Italy will trigger a sovereign bond crisis in the eurozone. The Italians have learned from the experience of both the Greeks and the British. They are also in a very different position to both of those countries. The EU does not want to lose Britain and it did not want to lose Greece. But at a push, it can cope with either of them leaving. By the end of the Greek crisis, all those years ago (it really was – I woke up the other day and realised it’s been nearly seven years since Mario Draghi’s “whatever it takes” speech – I can’t believe it), the EU was ready to cut Greece loose. Then, ultimately, Greece stayed in the euro by choice (not much of a choice, admittedly, but it was a choice). As for Brexit, it’s clear that the EU will take any opportunity to avoid the hassle of the UK leaving. But whatever happens with us, we don’t represent an existential threat to the EU simply because we don’t use the euro. (And we’ve already agreed deals that mean the eurozone financial system can still use the City’s derivatives trading facilities – that could have blown things sky-high for everyone, which is one reason that a deal was done sharpish, regardless of red lines or posturing in other areas.) Italy is different. Italy is critical to the ongoing existence of the EU. If Italy were to leave, it would be very hard to see any scenario in which the euro would not implode. Italy is one of the biggest issuers of government debt in the world, and the biggest in the eurozone. Do you fancy the financial system’s chances if that sovereign borrower defaults or re-denominates its debt? Nah, I don’t either. So the EU can only play so much hardball with Italy. On the other hand, of course, if any of this were to happen, things wouldn’t be great fun for Italy either. No one with any savings in Italy wants to go back to using the lire. All that Italy really wants is for the euro to be more like the lire, and for the Italian government to be able to spend as much money as it likes without being told off by the EU authorities. So if you think about it, there’s an easy compromise in ready reaching distance here. Italy isn’t opposed to the EU – it just wants to wrestle it away from having a “hard” money fetish towards being more inclined to “soft” money policies. Low interest rates, permanent quantitative easing – that sort of thing. And let’s be honest here: most countries in the eurozone would be more than happy with that, France in particular (where the populists might not be in charge, but are certainly more vocal on the streets than anywhere else). The only real sticking point is Germany, because it sees itself as paying for all this. So it strikes me that the path of least resistance for the EU is to strike a deal with the Italians. You then bet on the Germans feeling sufficiently bound by the rules and a responsibility towards the EU cause to essentially just suck it up. If they don’t – well, you cross that bridge when you come to it. So what does this mean for investors? Read the whole of this article on the MoneyWeek website. Until tomorrow, John Stepek Executive editor, MoneyWeek
gtibruce
02/4/2019
11:13
nico115 keep it up as things out there may not be as bad as feared > ://moneyweek.com/504252/brace-yourself-the-global-economy-might-be-healthier-than-it-looks/?utm_campaign=money-morning-newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_source=newsletter
gtibruce
01/4/2019
19:08
I bought a lump at 36p and have a 45p targetThis bb is quiet as the retail left after management took options for 5p !! Yes shareholders got absolutely shafted here and they won't come back Very good FD here but the chairman and ceo have an awful track record and give themselves bonuses even in loss making years !!Ask mr Templar !!
nico115
01/4/2019
17:13
Hi hiraniha, Oh yes I too miss ii's old share chat, I don't think anyone uses the new system, the old one was so good, so logical and easy to use. I still use ii for trading. I haven't yet managed to usefully understand 'threads', it seems pot luck as to which is good. I had forgotten that the finals are due, hopefully they will be good and re-rate the stock. I have no idea why the last two weeks have seen a drop from 42 to 35.
rar100
01/4/2019
16:09
Hi rar100 I was once a user of Interactive Investor's share chat but the recent system enhancements made it unusable for me. If it ain't broke, don't fix it I say. The Company final results are out next month so there should be momentum upwards towards that date.
hiraniha
01/4/2019
15:48
I guess EKT follows the markets generally? Seems to, when all else goes down it does too and vice versa
rar100
01/4/2019
15:39
It's been walked down, found some support and now bouncing back to the 40 - 45 channel in good volume. All good signs. Quite boards are much better the noisy
hatfullofsky
01/4/2019
14:36
hiraniha, I have been trying to find info as to why the rise today, no luck This board doesn't have much info, do you know any others that are better? I'm not complaining about the rise, the last few weeks have been pretty dire
rar100
01/4/2019
10:46
Any idea why this one has ticked up this morning? Not complaining, of course.
hiraniha
28/3/2019
19:15
Still buying Andy weatherstone running this company A great man A great leader
nico115
25/3/2019
15:59
hatfullofsky, new to EKT since June 18. I'm sitting on my hands until after next results, maybe this drop is just what's happening to most shares in the past couple of days.
rar100
25/3/2019
12:18
Yes more opportunity for brave buyers Bulgin cash generative and we have loads of cash Keep buying
nico115
25/3/2019
11:43
Pretty severe drop over the last couple of sessions.
hatfullofsky
23/3/2019
13:31
The numbers will be great All about next years as Europe in a recession and HAS to impact next years numbers We've had peak cycle figures so the future is bleaker but 35p good value
nico115
23/3/2019
13:24
Starting to look quite interesting.
dan_the_epic
23/3/2019
13:17
Rar100 - New investor or new to EKT ?I think EKT will rise but I have not committed significant fund .... yet.It's high risk and I prefer to see the numbers before commuting more funds.
hatfullofsky
23/3/2019
13:13
Agree,I'm loading up here although in time to come Bulgin will get heavily hit if there is a hard Brexit /no dealKeith once said to me "we are finished if we leave Europe " Value here though and I'm aggressively buying Andy the FD is a superstar and has turned ekt around
nico115
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