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Gresham Technologies Plc LSE:GHT London Ordinary Share GB0008808825 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 105.50p 24,181 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
103.00p 108.00p 105.50p 105.50p 105.50p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 19.27 -2.20 -2.09 71.9

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21/5/2019
09:20
Gresham Technologies Daily Update: Gresham Technologies Plc is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GHT. The last closing price for Gresham Technologies was 105.50p.
Gresham Technologies Plc has a 4 week average price of 94p and a 12 week average price of 83.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 205p while the 1 year low share price is currently 60.50p.
There are currently 68,161,937 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 10,756 shares. The market capitalisation of Gresham Technologies Plc is £71,910,843.54.
27/3/2019
12:34
richjp: I think it was Benjamin Graham that first came up with the term “Mr. Market”. I suggest anyone not familiar with it should do a google search. What Graham says that it is Mr Market that determines a share price and that Mr Market can be very irrational in either over valuing or under valuing stocks. A company can put out as much information as it likes but it is the market that decides the share price If the two contracts that were deferred had been closed in December the impact would have been significant on the stated 2018 results. Under their old revenue recognition system they would have booked a large amount of the revenue from today’s announcement up front as it is a fixed term deal. In any case they are receiving £3M cash up front so together with the £2M cash received from the sale of the VME business, on top of the £8.5M cash at the year end, they are in a strong financial position. Before the warning in November the share price was around 160P. We have had an order slippage of up to three months which is nothing in the longer term. You can argue that there are many ways of putting a price on a share and maybe at 200P it was overvalued but I would suggest that 160P would be more than reasonable again, particularly given that the two deals are seen as strategic and the business is more streamlined with the sale of the VME business. I still think that GHT are in a market where it is difficult to grow quickly without taking significant risk, however they are still growing and I think they are on ever stronger foundations. GHT at the moment anyway, is not perceived as a high growth stock and I think that is what primarily is holding the SPP back in the short term.
12/3/2019
07:26
amt: Slightly better than trading update in that ebitda 1.1m vs 0.8m Plus another strategic contract imminent. Plus Brexit might give consultancy team some opportunities in other areas while perhaps delaying things in core business. Confirming moving to annualised revenue model. It looks like there could be a good jump in that this year. I reckon to perhaps 10m? already at 8.8m 2.0m cash for sale of vme business post year end so plenty of cash in the bank. Sounds like the acquisition made in year didnt contribute as much as needed to result in additional deferred payments but that businesses was peanuts anyway but helps them into new European markets. Overall reassuring noises and slightly better than trading update. Do I expect share price to rise sharply. No not yet.
07/1/2019
11:17
jadeticl3: In the period from mid July to end of November there was hardly any movement in GHT share price. Now it is all excitement. About 6 weeks ago we were speculating on whether there would be “the normal update” on January 9th. Well-before-that we had news we did not want to hear, quickly followed by more news we are not sure about, like “the curates egg”. Do we still expect the “normal update”? Now, today, the share price has jumped up over 10% (it was before I started to write this). Is this simply that the fall was overdone? Or has the existing news been read differently? Or what? This is exciting, is it not? At least I am pleased that I bought more of these when the price was below 70p!!
22/12/2018
08:03
gottafly: crazycanuck thanks for explanation re B2 and the intraday reconciliation requirement, makes sense. I still think GHT could have partnered or JV'd rather than acquire, anyway acquisitions are out of the question now (which I am quietly pleased about) so the focus is now all about organic growth. As for pricing I do believe that GHT price/position Clareti as a premium product on the basis that it is a class leading solution. Not sure if dropping the price would be an incentive and might alienate existing users, there is a common commercial culture (switch to me) to reward new customers more than existing (loyal) clients which might win customers in the short-term but possibly at the expense of long-term commitments. Perhaps some price flexibility to meet an individual clients budget would help and I don't know whether GHT's price book is rigidly enforced. In any event, especially with the large deals, I don't think price is the main driver, getting a client to change supplier (fear of change) and breaking long-term relationships is never easy, after all the incumbent supplier is not simply going to let it happen and perhaps will use price as a weapon.
11/12/2018
15:10
gottafly: DD - I don't think anyone can be happy with the current performance and share price. However, having done a little digging it would seem that Kestrel are not a seller and remain supportive. I also don't think that anyone saw this coming (not even the GHT management!?) with there being just 8 weeks separating the two trading announcements and as you say Kestrel were buying at the 150p level so they saw value at that level and presumably still do albeit presumably on a more long-term basis. From what I can ascertain, GHT really do believe this is a hiccup and that a couple of very large deals they have been working on will complete in 2019, so this is a deferment not a loss. So this would perhaps suggest that the share price drop has been more than somewhat overdone but .... It has been said on here before, by richjp I believe, that large deals are notoriously difficult to get across the line. It is pretty clear to me that IM needs to get a firm grip on this since large deals should become the norm for GHT. Gresham has a history of not making the sales break through - promising much but delivering little - despite having excellent technology, people and products. For us long-term investors it has been a roller coaster ride. I had hoped that was a thing of the past and hopefully this is just a blip, time will tell. As always DYOR.
12/11/2018
12:49
jadeticl3: Is richjp correct in saying “we may have to wait for the January trading update, or even the full year results” for the market to start moving GHT share price? That is a long wait for us who think things must be happening, but we cannot be sure.
26/7/2018
08:38
inforprofit: Well it looks like some confidence is returning to the GHT share price. The presentation had a large section on the B2 acquisition and clearly GHT are pretty excited about it. B2 was not cheap but it does look a good fit with some strong upside potential but only time will tell, so potentially another blinding deal. As the Holway report says this is now all about delivery and fulfilling the undoubted potential (and I think technical lead) of the Clareti product set. Management are confident in delivering an enhanced H2 to rescue the H1 miss, if they do not then I would expect changes. One last thought, at the current share price and with the undoubted potential that GHT has, they are increasing looking like a take over target. As always DYOR.
30/12/2017
08:17
gottafly: GHT share price 'guestimate game' of one year back. The table below (thanks to 4-10) shows our predictions for the share price at the end of 2017, with a mid market price of 192.35p it would seem that jadeticl3 is the winner of our little competition. 160p Qantas 175p crazycanuck 199p jadeticl3 199.50p shytalk/gottafly 200p noble3r 200p richjp 207p inforprofit 210p luckymouse 260p double double 280p 4-10 Anyone brave enough, before the Jan 9th trading statement, to give it a shot?
07/12/2017
16:58
gottafly: Perhaps it is a plot by Qantas to win the end of year share price contest - 156p I believe. More seriously, I agree dd that this underlines a pretty poor GHT communication strategy. I have made this point to GHT on several occasions, apparently they have quarterly internal staff meetings so what is wrong with an investor news letter! This lack of information means it is all very much a guessing game. What we do know is that on 4th October we had a full RNS quoting trading in line and two important CTC wins and there has been no information since. DD, I know you think the Cantor roadshow was of no consequence but the timing, immediately prior to the GHT year end, is very unusual, there has to be story behind it but with GHT it could be 'anything'. I think the worst case scenario is that the current market forecasts will not be updated and that we are stuck with '2017 in line' and a 7% (much reduced growth) for 2018. Most of us on here do not believe these 'low' forecasts but the current share price price is pretty much in line with them. The one thing that is consistent about GHT is the inconsistency, tea boy excluded. So, is it still possible that GHT will exceed the 2017 forecast - Challenger to Champion - it is looking less likely but you never know. GHT, by way of the Cantor roadshow, are actively promoting the company, this is in my view is not the action of management that has lost confidence, in fact quite the reverse. If GHT were feeling under pressure it would be so easy to defer this roadshow to the normal time of post results. As always DYOR but perhaps the Challenger to Champion initiative has been delayed somewhat and is now expected in 2018, perhaps this is what the published 'low' forecasts are all about - the view that GHT will 'happen' but later than the company expects. With the 2017 numbers in the bag the Challenger to Champion would still be a good GHT pitch at the Cantor roadshow, as I said earlier I wish I was a fly on the wall.
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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