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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 5.25p 111,981 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
5.00p 5.50p 5.25p 5.25p 5.25p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 5.03 0.48 0.45 11.7 7.2

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Image Scan Daily Update: Image Scan Holdings is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IGE. The last closing price for Image Scan was 5.25p.
Image Scan Holdings has a 4 week average price of 4.75p and a 12 week average price of 4.75p.
The 1 year high share price is 13.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 3.50p.
There are currently 136,354,577 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 578,269 shares. The market capitalisation of Image Scan Holdings is £7,158,615.29.
1squintyflinty: Iagree 2 days of the share price sliding for no reason
gnnmartin: I thought the result was much better than the update predicted, and I am surprised by the modest share price movement so far. I don't think that the closing order book is bad, though I'm guessing that the time between order and fulfilment is short, in which case too large an order book would indicate problems. Could be that is just my wishful thinking. PS. Good, I see the share price was ticking up while I wrote that.
mr macgregor: They might be back to Boundary Capital for more soon then : ) There was a cash outflow again last year despite the decent reported profit. Thinking about it, how good was that profit? On October 4th the directors pulled a rabbit out of the hat which gave a big boost to the share price. On 29th August they had anticipated a full year profit of £250k. Then a multi-unit portable X-ray order was placed earlier than expected and the Company accelerated the completion of units intended for delivery later in the year for another customer to satisfy this new order. Expected profit nearly doubled to £450k. Now, were they robbing Peter to pay Paul ie. using legal though aggressive accountancy to boost H2 2017 profit at the expense of H1 2018? And was there any connection with the shaky £1m Asian export order? We know they take up front payments. It's possible to envisage a scenario where profits were boosted to increase the share price to the advantage of Boulder Capital who timed their exit remarkably well and according to Paul Scott in his Stockopedia report on 31st January "they tried first to sell at 10p, then reduced the price to 8p, when the market price had been around 11-12p." They seemed keen to get out. How many investors were aware of that secondary placing or were they just puzzling over the share price collapse? Paul took part in the placing and says "It's difficult to shake off the feeling that those of us who took part in the 8p secondary placing were stitched up!" As for Boundary Capital boasting about their investment strategy, with the benefit of hindsight it looks they were just using the bigger fool method but did they have an advantage through their connections with the company?
monty68: Mr Macgregor I am not having ago at you, I just think that the whole thing does not jstify the drop in share price which I think has been oberdone. The underlying propects are still as there were. Keep looking for Benjamin!
trident5: It reported 4 weeks ago - they cant drum up some reportable news every month (the only company I can think of with that ambition was Quindell). Your expectations seem daft and desperate. Let's not forget that after this recent price pull back it's still about 20x earnings to buy and that's not cheap. If you see a company where you think the share price is too cheap - it's an opportunity not a reason to moan and whinge.
monty68: Trident Some of us have been in this for a long time, and have along way to go to break even, let alone make a profit,and it is disapointing to see the share price progress reversed for no apparent good reason. I am not interested in day trading the shares, and dont see what is stupid about wanting to see if there is any news which could help the situation, or are you just interested in an "opportunity" for short term gain.
kazoom: So your mind is closed to the possibility that they might have a challenge to meet the growth expectations that would support a higher share price? I noted a few posts back that the outlook with the results statement was less bullish than previously. In fact though you can trace back the "destruction in shareholder value" to the TU at the end of October, when they described the order book as "good" an unusual word in the context and damned by faint praise it would seem to me. I had a very small initial position here that I've just sold for a small loss. Now is not the time IMHO. So thanks for causing me to engage brain, sometimes it helps to read what is written, not what we hoped for. I would expect this to come good in time, but for my money there are better opportunities about at the moment. GLA - I'll still be watching and may well be back.
shabbadabbadoo2: Monty - according to Paul Scott (Paulypilot) on Stockopedia, there was a placing at 8p recently. The shares were placed by the selling insti, not the company. So obviously there were a few who flipped the shared, hence the sudden drop, and there is now probably an overhang that will result in selling whenever the price rises much over 8p. hxxps:// Placing - an interesting situation developed recently. A large shareholder wanted to sell some shares, but as with most small caps, the market was too illiquid to take them. So the shares were placed through a broker, I think it was Cantors. I took some stock in the placing, at 8p, to add to my existing position. This price was well below the market price at the time (which had been around 12p at the time the deal was initiated). Now clearly, person or persons unknown must have taken some stock to flip it for an instant profit. That's very annoying. So the open market share price has been dragged down to the 8p placing price, at which level flippers stop selling, because there's no profit to be had.
knownowt: The company is in a 'Close Period' and company directors and PDMR (people discharging managerial responsibilities) are prevented BY LAW from dealing in shares of the company or, for that matter, informing a third party of the forthcoming figures. To suggest that either Bill Mawer or Richard Leaver was in any way party to the decision to realize the gain made on Boundary Capital's investment (in August 2014 at 2p) is to impugn their characters. From Boundary's website it is an early stage investor in growth potential; the Fund Manager presumably felt that the IGE was now on a firm footing and that the money could be used to back another company. To knock the share price by 20+% smacks of hysteria.
gnnmartin: clocktower, no, I don't have L2. Since posting 5319 I've decided that iii must have a bug in their software, though I don't understand why it only affects some shares. Later updates of my iii portfolio reported later trades, but continued to report they were executed at 9.62p against a spread of 9.5-9.75p. I've filled in an iii comment form pointing out their problem. I shall be interested to see if it gets a response. My iii portfolio had a similar problem reporting the NIPT (Premaitha) share price today. Each time I've checked, the portfolio shows a new (ie later) trade, but quoted the same price of 7.88p and spread of 7.75-8. The latest trade is currently timed at 14:29:47. lse show the share price collapsed below 5p at the opening, and stayed below 5p.
Image Scan share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange
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