Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Image Scan Holdings Plc LSE:IGE London Ordinary Share GB0031410581 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 2.45 0.00 07:37:39
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2.40 2.50 2.45 2.45 2.45
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 2.37 -0.40 -0.27 4
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 2.45 GBX

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Image Scan Daily Update: Image Scan Holdings Plc is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IGE. The last closing price for Image Scan was 2.45p.
Image Scan Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 2.45p and a 12 week average price of 1.98p.
The 1 year high share price is 3.55p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.75p.
There are currently 167,604,577 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 81,768 shares. The market capitalisation of Image Scan Holdings Plc is £4,106,312.14.
buywell3: if the AMEX IGE chart in the header ---- this one was removed then this thread might gain some credibility hTtps://
knownowt: McG is filtered as far as I am concerned so I know not what he has written; I really am not interested. I am, however, very interested in the potential of this company and, therefore,am totally supportive of Bill Mawer who left Smiths Industries and invested his hard-earned savings in IGE. To me all the rest is irrelevant. If we look back to the aborted fundraise I have to blame the institutions who were too greedy in the discount that they demanded, not thinking one jot about the problem it could cause the majority shareholder if it were not all taken up. An underwritten rights issue would have avoided all that, albeit more expensive, but much more equitable for all shareholders. I would like to point out also that Boundary, having a director on IGE's board, would have been uder the authority's microscope. That there have been no charges of any illegality (insider trading, etc)in all this time is clear evidence that the price is too low. This company is worth more than #4.1m stg.
mr macgregor: Apologies monty68, I was confusing you with somebody else. I can see that back in the day you concurred. Mr MacGregor7 Feb '18 - 14:03 - 5514 of 6386 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 7 Feb '18 - 16:16 - 5515 of 6386 Yes quite
columbarius: I've bought back in. After thorough research I'm certain Image Scan retains the licence from Ibex Innovations for their superior mapping technology which gives 4x better resolution and clearer discrimination of materials. I've been in touch with Ibex and they were unable to talk about it as it is considered price sensitive. There is every chance the new AXIS-CXi machine makes use of it which would give us a material competitive advantage. I've been through the formal company reports in detail and there is no mention of a termination of the Ibex licence, no mention of withdrawal from sale of products using the Ibex technology and no write-down of any costs associated with Threatscan 2 (precision linescan detector). I'm therefore confident the superior Ibex tech is still in play and will give Image Scan a competitive advantage worldwide. GLA.
buywell3: Don't be daft --- look it is an AMEX IGE chart hTtps:// And the price is in $US $22.58 a share buywells' appearance on here if you look back prompted a move upwards last time also So two thank you's would be in order Assagai 19 Aug '20 - 22:51 - 6340 of 6340 0 0 0 Just admit you were were wrong about the graph in the header!
buywell3: For Newbes The chart below is NOT this share and has NOTHING to do with the UK IGE buywell has told garth but he leaves the misleading share in the header requesting he removes it Which is very easy to do -- about 30 secs or less Ask yourselves why he has not
columbarius: The precision detector was launched as ThreatScan2 in the 6 months to 31st March 2018. The technology was licensed to IGE by Ibex Innovations and some of us thought it gave IGE differentiation in a competitive market. I suspect the license ended due to low sales as I haven't seen IGE mention ThreatScan2 since launch and Ibex are making good progress with their mapping tech in the medical sector. Their website no longer mentions security applications.
columbarius: To be fair waggle, WSG shareholders might say the same about ours. PI complaints about management seem to correlate with share price performance. Let's hope we're well beyond that chapter in our story!
mr macgregor: According to the company website, Leaver is still a partner with Boundary Capital which I find odd given the IGE share price has slumped from 12p to less than tuppence since BC started selling. Not sure if Mawer is still invested in BC. Paul Scott 26/2/18 "the market cap here has dropped back below our usual £10m lower level, after a big surge in price in the autumn. A series of positive updates got everyone (including me!) excited, which boosted the share price to allow a big holder to exit in a secondary placing at 8p. Then bad news came out, of a large order being cancelled. How unfortunate."
gnnmartin: I went to the last IGE GM, where the vote was not taken because RS were still opposed. I heard the inside story (not confidential, as far as I know). IGE had discussed the proposed takeover with RS before making the bid, RS had said they were supportive. However, when the bid was announced and the GM called, RS unexpectedly put in a proxy vote against. Several posters here have assumed that IGE did not sound out RS before making the bid. That assumption is incorrect. The bid was being discussed more than a year ago, before the Asian order was lost. At that the IGE share price was rising from 8p to 12p. It was very disappointing that by the time the bid was agreed in outline there were a number of companies seeking to raise money and the best price that IGE could get was 4p. They decided that it was still worth going ahead. Given the market now values IGE at around 3p, I don't see how anyone can fairly argue that 4p was too low.
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