Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
First Derivatives Plc LSE:FDP London Ordinary Share GB0031477770 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -55.00 -1.83% 2,945.00 2,960.00 2,975.00 3,000.00 2,925.00 2,925.00 7,576 16:35:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 237.8 18.3 55.9 52.7 808

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Add another 30008000 in the US is a positive sign somebody is interested Being so lightly traded and illiquid its a sign of confidence
Even a bit of volume in USFDRVF a massive 5000 traded3125, 1000 and the rest As no other news of late we may as well celebrate given the expense of keeping a US listing
5090: Still no proof? VMware PE ratio as of August 03, 2020 is 30.99. SAP SE PE ratio as of August 03, 2020 is 35.10. Microsoft PE ratio as of August 03, 2020 is 37.66. Alphabet PE ratio as of August 03, 2020 is 32.61. Adobe PE ratio as of August 03, 2020 is 58.33. Intuit PE ratio as of August 03, 2020 is 64.80. NVIDIA PE ratio as of August 03, 2020 is 81.71. Netflix PE ratio as of August 03, 2020 is 84.08. Amazon PE ratio as of August 03, 2020 is 119.64. Salesforce, Inc PE ratio as of August 03, 2020 is 250.85. Tesla PE ratio as of August 03, 2020 is 773.44.
FRC forced it to restate earnings? Do you mean? The FRC may ask a company to refer to its exchanges with CRR when the company makes a change to a significant aspect of its reporting in its next annual report and accounts in response to a review. So can you give a reference to these exaggerated earnings.
swiss paul
To the idiots who like to believe everything the company tells them, particularly in relation to its exaggerated earnings let me give you the reference to the Financial Reporting Council which last year forced the company to restate it earnings. There's the reference Swiss Paul.
The shares are valued at 50 times earnings. That is not fake news - it is insane.
5087: But where is the proof?
Wiseacre Fake news - show the reference. put up or shut up
swiss paul
A leopard does not change its spots. Look at the accounting revision which was forced on the company. Matthew Earl was the man behind Zatarra Research which first publicly exposed Wirecard 5 years ago.This company is wildly overvalued.
It would be helpful if you were to cite the proof. Would you be kind enough to do that? (And are you sure that Mathew Earl was "the man who exposed Wirecard"?)
Looks another good appointment, good that Keating is bringing in outsiders and that they are keen to join FD FD (AIM: FDP.L, Euronext Growth: FDP.I) announces the appointment of Alan Coad as Chief Revenue Officer for Kx, the Group's ultra-high-performance analytics software business. He will report directly to Seamus Keating, FD's Chief Executive Officer. In this role, Alan will have global responsibility for Kx sales with a focus on accelerating the expansion of the Kx streaming analytics platform into other industries, building on its strength in financial services. He brings a track record of growth and value creation at large, publicly-traded technology companies as well as early-stage, venture-backed businesses. Alan has been at the forefront of digital transformation and cloud journeys for many Fortune 500 companies, which is highly relevant to FD's growth ambitions. Alan joins FD from Google where he was Managing Director for Google Cloud in the UK and Ireland. Prior to this, he headed the EMEA region for Pivotal Software, a cloud native and data modernisation platform pioneer. In both roles, Alan was credited with building exceptional teams and a customer-centric sales culture. He also helped shape many important global client partnerships and delivered significant growth - evidenced by Pivotal's successful IPO in 2018 and subsequent acquisition by VMware. "It's a terrific time to be joining FD," said Alan Coad. "Over the past decade I have had a front-row seat for many of the transformational changes being driven in tier one enterprises across various industries. Data has now come to the fore as a differentiator and source of new value for many of these businesses. With the Kx technology platform, we can unlock this vast market opportunity, helping organisations across many industries transform into intelligent enterprises leveraging the power of real-time and historical data." Seamus Keating, CEO of FD, commented: "We are delighted to welcome Alan to the FD leadership team. He brings almost three decades of enterprise software experience, including important domain expertise in cloud, SaaS, application and data modernisation as well as digital transformation. He is an accomplished business leader with an impressive track record for delivering revenue growth while also demonstrating a shared passion for nurturing an open, inclusive culture that values our people, our customers and our partners."
A lot of people are going to get hurt in this one.
Another big hitter NED appointment - this time the CFO at multi-billion NYSE listed cybersecurity player Cloudflare . Hoping this means that they are raising their sights to bigger prizes as if so this is a much needed first step. Be interesting to see if Seamus is up for the challenge as it seems like the ball game is changing
Good call Mr B - an one that I (and surmise others) were unaware. Have you asked the company secretary? AGM statement today Total revenue was 6% ahead of the prior year period, reflecting the Group's resilience during a period impacted by COVID-19 across our operations. Managed services and consulting revenue was up 2% on the prior year period as we continued to benefit from the high visibility and repeat nature of our client engagements. As expected there has been some deferral of new project engagements, the financial impact of which to date has been partially mitigated by lower recruitment and cost management. Software revenue increased by 8%, led by growth in recurring license and subscription revenue. This was offset by a small decline in perpetual license revenue as new software sales continue to take longer to close in the current climate. Cash generation during the period was in line with expectations. The Board continues to believe that it is still too soon to determine the likely outcome for the full year but is encouraged by performance to date and will continue to invest to deliver against the market opportunity. The Group remains strategically well placed and we are encouraged by the growing demand for Kx streaming analytics from potential customers and partners. Not setting the world alight, but they have history of under promising and over delivering. I hold
swiss paul
US listing. Why is FDP clinging to the vanity project of a highly expensive listing under FDRVF? What's the point when it hardly ever trades and is unknown. BTW twilio is now $233
Big trading in FDRVF in US. Total of 16 shares $32.3838Something up ?
Proper heavy hitter board appointment today - ex CEO of BMC and before that CPO at Computer Associates.
Glavey I think Badger has a set on the company. I doubt he will ever change because by his comments he has dug a hole for himself on FDP. Though it is always good to have a contrarian view on a company.
Badger, just save yourself the anguish.
What's the excuse today. Sector flying and this floundering and showing zero sign of market interest. Again I highlight twlo not trading at 200 bucks. Yes it fell from 70 to 30 odd when they lost a big client but management refocused and it's now rock solid between 185 and 215Contrast the reaction of FDP. Silence. Announcing it was hiring 300 extra staff to cope with demand when the world and its. Othe knew it was a mad dash
YW Mal. I always like to see a Mal content. The badger may well have a nose for troubled shares but this has recovered from the post results dip. Tech shares have to be more attractive in a Post Covid world and althogh the share price is admittedly choppy a fair wind in the marKets could see FDP rise up to £30 plus once again.
"not everything is as black and white as the badger .." very good, very good
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