Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gresham Tech LSE:GHT London Ordinary Share GB0008808825 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% 179.00p 178.00p 180.00p 179.00p 179.00p 179.00p 5,795 07:32:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 17.2 2.2 4.1 44.1 120.78

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20/8/2017
09:20
Gresham Tech Daily Update: Gresham Tech is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GHT. The last closing price for Gresham Tech was 179p.
Gresham Tech has a 4 week average price of 175p and a 12 week average price of 160p.
The 1 year high share price is 188.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 90.50p.
There are currently 67,477,497 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 172,032 shares. The market capitalisation of Gresham Tech is £120,784,719.63.
02/8/2017
13:41
richjp: I also agree with planit2. I don't seriously believe the conspiracy stuff and even if I did, I think that you have to realise if you put money in the stock market, then you have to accept that certain things might happen from time to time which you might not like. In the long run I believe the fundamentals of a share will always win out and trying to analyse every movement of a share price, particularly in small caps, is a fools' game. All of the most frequent posters here seem to be long term holders and not traders, so I fail to see what the problem is given the share price performance since last December. I groan inwardly whenever the share price drops back I must admit, but I keep trying to remind myself of where I think the share price will be in six months time and I feel that is what matters.
02/8/2017
10:43
planit2: I feel that you are all being unfair to Gresham and the brokers and "false market" is going a bit far. Accusing them of letting their friends load up is a pretty severe accusation. At the end of the day a company is going to do positive presentations and it is important for directors to give a positive view of the company's prospects and future so that you can recruit and keep the best staff and motivate them to do great things. On the other hand none of the future revenues are in the bag and there could be another banking crises or a plethora of other unforeseen circumstances that result in new contracts not getting signed as quickly as they want. On top of this we have a history of Gresham not delivering and profit warnings. If I was a director of Gresham I would try to make sure that financial expectations were on the safe side and would want to deliver on the up side. For these reasons the brokers are playing safe with real figures and the directors are not going to push for higher valuations. It actually shows that Gresham is a great company with staff and brokers looking at the long term where value outs anyway rather than a bunch of people out for themselves and their share options. There are way too many companies now buying back their own shares with borrowed money and playing financial games. Here we have a sensible and well run company and we are criticising them for it. It looks like we have a really good chance on beating the 2018 forecasts and the share price reflects that. Good, investors are doing their research and coming to their own valuations. Gresham pointed out that there are really strict rules about the information that House brokers are privy to and I doubt they would break that, PI's could have nearly the same access by going to the presentation. I am not going to sell tomorrow and I like the progress that has been made so far, let's hope that Gresham do deliver on their potential and that they don't get bought out for a low valuation.
01/8/2017
11:29
gottafly: dd, one other thought. Could it be that GHT are looking to off-load some of their legacy business streams. So are these up for sale perhaps, I am sure they would not simply be closed because they are profitable. A legacy sale would generate some cash - not that cash seems to be needed - and I doubt they would sell for much of price, certainly not at a premium. An upside would be that it shows further confidence and concentration on CTC and the new market opportunities - the Champion (2017?) in Data Integrity & Control as Ian Manocha puts it. This might explain the apparent drop off in turnover growth but I doubt that any disposal would have a significant effect on the share price, it would be neutral in my view. AS always DYOR - especially Quantas.
26/7/2017
07:10
gottafly: Have a look at the Financial Times - https://markets.ft.com/data/equities/tearsheet/forecasts?s=GHT:LSE As of 25th July the analyst covering GHT forecasts that the company will outperform the market. The one analyst offering a 12 month price target expects the share price to rise to 200p.
02/6/2017
19:11
richjp: For what it’s worth I don’t think that the recent share price increase has anything to do with anybody having any form of inside information. As most of us know the effective free float in GHT shares is limited and it does not take much activity to move the share price either way. What I suspect is, is that a number of people have been monitoring GHT for a while and looking for a good point to get in. The share price was stuck in a 150 – 160P trading range and I think that some decided that it was unlikely to go below 150P and with the half year end approaching, it would be best to buy now in case there is a more significant upward move. I’m off to the pub now.
06/5/2017
08:13
miti 1000: I note the continued comments on the lack of investor communication .Manocha made it pretty clear to me at investors presentation that GHT are not bothered at increasing their communication so I suggest investors just live with it. In reality, only 4 of us could be bothered to turn up to the presentation, so you could hardly blame him for making that clear, especially with such shareholder apathy. He said they had much more important things to do as they were working at full tilt with the resources they had . Yes, progress is not as fast as many of us would like but the agm statement was reassuring. In the meantime, as I mentioned a few months back, we have an aggressive seller who is keeping a firm lid on any share price gain and there are no big buyers to take him out. As I found with MCGN , there was a big seller for many months at 185 but once he gets taken out and sentiment changes, the share price can motor on. Its now 325. I fully expect that scenario to play out here once the market appreciates that GHT is on an upward curve.
12/1/2017
10:33
gottafly: Not a great share volume yesterday, only 60k, and only a single trade today so far, so no overnight instructions. iii are showing a bid offer spread of 149-155, it seems there is a determined effort to keep the share price at or below the 150p mark. Also the share volume over the last few days has hardly been large and has been dominated by lots of small trades, presumably small private investors. How easy (not very I guess) would it be to acquire a sizeable number of shares, say 250k plus, surely an institution would require at least this amount. Now that Cantor have published their report and BUY note at 180p, how will they service their client base and get them into the share. A mate of a mate said that they had been approached to sell 500k, that may or may not be true but it certainly didn't go through the market. So no big volume trade since the escaling share price this year, is this yet another GHT conundrum, or are all the big investors simply staying put? dd, have you any thoughts on this, since your knowledge seems to be pretty extensive.
11/1/2017
10:34
schytalk: amt, sorry but I strongly disagree with you. Yes the results were just about ok but the share price was significantly under what it should have been in my view. As always DYOR but this share price is about where it should be but if it goes to the Cantor 180p perhaps that is another matter. As always seems to be the case with GHT, the information (little though that is) seems to be confusing. Richard Holway/Techinvest are very supportive and I heard it said that GHT has never been in better shape, the Capital Markets Day presentation seems to confirm that view - enthusiastic and dare I say almost bullish. Slide 27 shows expected CTC software revenues for 2016 to be in excess of 5.5 million which is way above the reported 4.7 million, how come? So in the final quarter, has £800k really gone 'missing' and remember that GHT have been prudent in their forecasts/figures over the last couple of years, so making the numbers and no more should not come as a surprise. I surmise that this is a revenue recognition issue coupled with continued prudence, I don't believe we are talking about lost sales here. Some £200k of this expected revenue was for Clareti Loan Control of which there is no specific mention in the trading update. I also suspect that the signing of the insurance contract in December (and the circa £400k revenue recognition) has provided scope for deferral of other revenues such as the 'milestone' revenue from the North American Tier 1 bank. My view is that Gresham is now a well established niche player and that the current share price and forecasts reflect this. So on this basis we can expect solid growth in the region of 15% (as per Cantor) rather than stellar performance. However, as a Fintech outfit and with all the opportunities that surround the payments industry then GHT could really break into the big time, we shall see. Unless GHT change their communication strategy, remember it is under review, then we will have to wait until the full report is published on the week of March 13th.
08/1/2017
09:20
gottafly: inforprofit, the meaning of the low bid for the 100k shares is pretty simple I think. N1 had demand, knew they could sell them and make a profit. Brokers are a bit like the tax man, a necessarily requirement but they have the same objective, they want their slice of the pie. Still yet another little indication that there are 'those in the know' and I remain very uncomfortable as regards the share price movements, as someone said it always seems to move for no real reason, ususally prior to an announcement. GHT have not helped with their communication strategy, or rather the lack of it, but I see no advantage to GHT in having a too low (or too high) SP, it is however an opportunity for others to make money. I am still mystified that the share price did not move following the C24 acquisition although it had been steadily rising prior to. If the current price hike had happened with the C24 announcement I could understand it but it seems to have needed the Cantor note (and BUY at 180p) to spotlight the share. As always DYOR.
18/12/2016
21:08
double double: I have never seen so many weekend postings here. Hopefully the last announcement was not meant to indicate how the company has performed over the last 4 months. July/August update tucked away inside the interims did show some client wins in H2. I have no doubt there are other wins in the last 4 months we have yet to know about. Only GHT know why this one has been singled out. GHT share price reacts well in advance and so far it is not crashing but stagnant, we are only a couple of weeks away from YE. My frustration is their policy on announcements and how it could create confusion. And it has.
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