Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Image Scan Holdings LSE:IGE London Ordinary Share GB0031410581 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.10p +4.55% 2.30p 2.10p 2.50p 2.30p 2.20p 2.20p 208,083 09:37:56
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 5.0 0.5 0.5 5.1 3.85

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17/10/2018
13:52
Valid comment, however, they still have had 4 plus years to manage that position and also adequate time to have secured an irrevocable commitment from RS for the acquisition before going to a vote, instead of relying on a "verbal agreement" which, as we all know in the real world is worth as much as the paper it is written on.
walt_29
17/10/2018
13:07
I would hazard a guess it may be a reference to the wisdom of selling millions of new shares to RS all those years ago and in so doing giving them a veto over decisions requiring 75% majority the company may have wished to make in the future i.e.the newshares required to part fund the toppled acquisition that was of course supported by all the other(majority) major shareholders who are all UK based. Just conjecture of course but that may have been what was meant....
pru dent
17/10/2018
12:34
Pugugly, odd comment you made concerning “who are the most to blame Current or Previous management?”. Surely current management have been in post for well over 4 years so cannot see how you can assign blame for current position to “Previous Management”. After 4 years in charge - current problems are the result of the current management. Can’t fathom what your agenda is by trying to pass the buck back to management from 4-5 years ago?
walt_29
17/10/2018
12:14
"Prophet of doom". How Shakespearian. How about a tiny M.cap company that just about made a profit suddenly decides it's got the clout to start raising funds to buy an address book from an unprofitable entity and dilute the share price into the bargain. It wasn't even earnings enhancing. They don't have the room or financial firepower to cope with any trading issues, yet they already had one in respects to the cancelled order. This isn't the next hi-tech giant starting out on it's journey. They operate in a small niche market place, the total addressable market is probably circa 50m. They should concentrate on doing what they do, they're not out of the woods yet with a burgeoning cash position, so spending money they don't earn is a bit too early yet. The share price is a disaster, because it reflects a disaster. No prophets of doom here, just sensible commentary on what has actually taken place.
owenski
17/10/2018
12:07
There are indeed - and falling water lines will increasingly expose which ones really are worth the investment and which ones are not! G.
garth
17/10/2018
11:30
You may be right Garth and good luck to you, but not one for me, there are plenty of other opportunities.
kazoom
17/10/2018
11:11
Kazoom, different ownership, different directors. Latest RNS is worth a read. Not without risk, but if you take a bit of time to read what they are trying to do - and last two JV agreements seem to suggest that they are succeeding - then you might find your interest stoked. But like I say, needs some research. Kind regards, G.
garth
17/10/2018
11:04
AEG ??? Really Active Energy Group Formerly Cinpart , formerly Buckland. Anyone looking to invest there should seriously take a look at the full history. It seems to me that the only people who make any money out of that stock are the directors. But maybe this time it is different?
kazoom
17/10/2018
10:50
OMG another prophet of doom
monty68
17/10/2018
07:59
EJ, You might want to consider a look at AEG - would fit well with what you like in a stock. Some patience needed, but recent JV news suggests perhaps not as much patience as people might think... Research needed though. G.
garth
16/10/2018
23:30
Owenski - IGE has all the hallmarks of a busted flush and IMO unlikely to recover. IMO within 12 months the company will hoist a "for sale" flag. When it fails to find a buyer, the shares will be suspended. Another Cenes. Word of caution - for small cap companies that have all the allure of brilliance but turn out to be lemons, well, I can pick 'em - follow me at your peril. My track record includes IGE, VLS, GRPH, FSH, TRK, CLA, CEN and dozens more. Of course, I have picked more winners than losers over the last 40+ years, but I still love new technology and one day I will (possibly) get it right. I console myself that after averaging down on my holding over roughly 12 (could be more) years, I got out at a small profit. The opportunity cost for the risk of some 80k was wasted.
erogenous jones
16/10/2018
21:33
Wondering if they need to raise a bit of money - 200k???
owenski
16/10/2018
16:49
Exactly monty. And trident, sure perceived mis-management taints sentiment and once that's gone it's hard to get back, but they did well to recover from the cancelled order and (I think) their plan for Todd was potentially a good move. Their blunder was PR/IR not getting shareholders on board. Thoughtless perhaps arrogant and it has cost us all including RS. I hope they've learned from it and can patch up with RS in the future.
paleje
16/10/2018
16:48
Talk of Profit here is wishful thinking. The doom mongers have evidently been leaving - that's why the share price is down.
trident5
16/10/2018
16:26
Doom mongers go away. Is the share price going to effect their sales? NO. effect their profit-NO
monty68
16/10/2018
14:54
Paleje - you are quite right in that the share price is not directly related to the company's day to day operations. And we've had some turmoil in the markets lately, particularly AIM. But I do think the share price action reflects recent appalling blunders by the management here. Hopefully, they are no concentrating on selling kit, and nothing else.
trident5
16/10/2018
14:25
Since when does the share price cause a company's death? It doesn't add to or detract from the company's daily business activities which are continuing as normal and we have been promised a pre-close update a week tomorrow. I think the doomsters are overdoing it a bit. Try buying online you can't. Try selling online you can and above the bid.
paleje
16/10/2018
14:12
No thanks.
trident5
16/10/2018
13:51
Where are the big sales, dragging this down? Try buying at the offer....
pru dent
16/10/2018
13:34
barnetpeter - You beat me to it. MC now £3.3M and falling - Toast - or possibly a Chinese takeaway - Unless Gov declares a strategic technology and refuses t/o then a salvage deal by a UK major from the admistrator (just a morbid view) but looks like the end of the road- The 64K question who are the most to blame Current or Previous managment?
pugugly
16/10/2018
12:44
Below that 2 pence today. Looks like this is nearly game over. Written off my investment..small but average 5 pence. The placing was a shock and the company seems to have collapsed after this refusal to allow dilution. Expect unless new funds administration type rns shortly and this type of heavy fall as today often means insiders are trying to sell out at any price. Better than zero I guess
barnetpeter
15/10/2018
17:34
Well wasn't I astute to top up at 4p! :-( I'm still surprised that the share price has been so hit. But I was a bit surprised and disappointed that even without the cost of the aborted acquisition we were still only going to break even. I'm nervous that our customers for the portable xray systems are countries most likely to be under pressure from the current uncertainties. I bought most of my shares at 2p and was feeling pretty smug a year ago when the shares were 12p. Looks like I'll be able to buy at 2p again, if I dare.
gnnmartin
15/10/2018
14:27
Shame they wasted time and money on foolishness, walk before you run. Are they actually selling stuff still or will they now need to come back to the market, not to buy another loss making company, but to pay the wage bill?
owenski
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