Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Imaginatik LSE:IMTK London Ordinary Share GB00BFMDJC60 ORD 0.002P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.25p -2.67% 9.125p 211,856 10:01:01
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
9.00p 9.25p 9.375p 9.125p 9.375p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 3.92 -0.99 0.57 16.0 3.1

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22/9/2018
09:20
Imaginatik Daily Update: Imaginatik is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IMTK. The last closing price for Imaginatik was 9.38p.
Imaginatik has a 4 week average price of 5.50p and a 12 week average price of 4.10p.
The 1 year high share price is 12.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.46p.
There are currently 34,442,531 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 436,256 shares. The market capitalisation of Imaginatik is £3,142,880.95.
09/9/2018
12:00
gimmetheloot: Brilliant Keya; The following news is exactly what Vin Murrai was talking about when she was talking on share prophets. I took it off another LSE listed company. On the corporate side, where we spend our time analysing balance sheets and share prices, the continuation of share buybacks accelerated. There is nothing inherently wrong with buy backs. In fact a share buy back can be one of the most effective tools for increasing shareholder value. When the shares of a publicly traded company are selling at a discount to their intrinsic value and the company is generating free cash flow the highest and best use of capital may indeed be reducing the shares in issue. Sadly, we are not seeing much of that. What we are seeing is well paid managers, who own very little of the company they manage, spending shareholder's funds to purchase shares at or near all-time highs (Earnings multiple and share price). This has the effect of increasing earnings per share in the short term and thus often triggering bonus packages for management that further takes more capital out of the company. This capital may well be needed in the future. In many cases shareholders fail to notice that their employees with very little skin in the game, are making decisions that maximise their compensation while they have little or no exposure to future downside. This lack of skin in the game is rapidly becoming a threat to long term shareholders and will become readily apparent at the first economic downturn or financial crisis. It also continues completely unchecked in an environment where individual securities are purchased largely because of the money pouring into passive funds. With this market dynamic as a framework, poor decisions can be rewarded as long as the index continues to attract net capital flows. 3 points to highlight; 1. Lack of skin in the game. Vin Murrai has a lot of that by taking £2M companies to half a Billion plus. This woman is a serial winner. 2. Poor decisions, VM is the Queen of tech, made massive gains in numerous companies. Lots of companies directors using AIM companies funding a lifestyle 3. Buying the companies own shares. Vin Murrai putting in £500k. Please copy & paste on LSE!! Hoping for a cracking week ahead
09/9/2018
11:41
gimmetheloot: The following news is exactly what Vin Murrai was talking about when she was talking on share prophets. I took it off another LSE listed company. On the corporate side, where we spend our time analysing balance sheets and share prices, the continuation of share buybacks accelerated. There is nothing inherently wrong with buy backs. In fact a share buy back can be one of the most effective tools for increasing shareholder value. When the shares of a publicly traded company are selling at a discount to their intrinsic value and the company is generating free cash flow the highest and best use of capital may indeed be reducing the shares in issue. Sadly, we are not seeing much of that. What we are seeing is well paid managers, who own very little of the company they manage, spending shareholder's funds to purchase shares at or near all-time highs (Earnings multiple and share price). This has the effect of increasing earnings per share in the short term and thus often triggering bonus packages for management that further takes more capital out of the company. This capital may well be needed in the future. In many cases shareholders fail to notice that their employees with very little skin in the game, are making decisions that maximise their compensation while they have little or no exposure to future downside. This lack of skin in the game is rapidly becoming a threat to long term shareholders and will become readily apparent at the first economic downturn or financial crisis. It also continues completely unchecked in an environment where individual securities are purchased largely because of the money pouring into passive funds. With this market dynamic as a framework, poor decisions can be rewarded as long as the index continues to attract net capital flows. 3 points to highlight; 1. Lack of skin in the game. Vin Murrai has a lot of that by taking £2M companies to half a Billion plus. This woman is a serial winner. 2. Poor decisions, VM is the Queen of tech, made massive gains in numerous companies. Lots of companies directors using AIM companies funding a lifestyle 3. Buying the companies own shares. Vin Murrai putting in £500k. Please copy & paste on LSE!! Hoping for a cracking week ahead as Vin gets in!!
05/9/2018
19:00
loughton: You just couldn't make it up! I have been laughing for ages since reading the gibberish of this clueless deluded chav. Just another example of an idiot that doesn't have a clue posting something that makes them think they are knowledgeable which is actually the level of knowledge you'd expect of an 8 year old. You clowns are SO hilarious!!!!!!!!!!!!! news Posts: 16,190 Opinion: No Opinion Price: 8.625 RE: Vin Murria-Entrepreneur of the YearToday 15:29P.S. The page froze so couldnt complete my post. As for Vin Murria*s investment into IMTK at likely 2.5p, it is common knowledge that the 2.5p will not be for everyone. Why? Perhaps months ago, one could have bought into IMTK at that price or less than today*s share price. However, a/c to the Efficient Mkt Theory, the share price has taken in the RNS of 4 Sep 2018 wherein the co will obtain CONFIRMATION from Certain Shareholders relating to waiver of Rule 9 Takeover Code on behalf of this investor ie Vin. That is a known theory. No one is forced to buy at whatever the market dictates ie demand & supply or tight supply due to a lot of shares not in public hands. There is never a need to pay what one does not feel what one is happy to pay. That is the way of the mkt. For those of us who are invested, these forums have always been a place to share RESEARCH so that the facts can be a tool to know more about a co before one can weigh RISK VS REWARD.
05/9/2018
15:13
tidy 2: Ref: "VISTA to buy Advanced Computer Software for £725 million"-Computing, 25 Nov 2014"Commenting on the acquisition, Murria said that since the co*s INCEPTION SIX years ago, ACS*s VALUE had GROWN from £32 million to £725m with the offer price representing an INCREASE of 724% over that period."https://www.computing.co.uk/ctg/news/2383385/vista-to-buy-advanced-computer-software-for-gbp725mComment:On topic as the above is FACT. Advanced Software Computer was the 1st AIM co Vin has founded in 2008 and sold as above in 2014. Since then, she has taken other roles like Strategic Advisor and Investor [10% in finnCap], NED Softcat & Sophos, billion dollar caps, Senior Advisor in NM Rothschild etc.Imaginatik would be the NEXT PUBLICLY QUOTED CO that Vin Murria will be coming in with a "Controlling Investment Equity".IMTK*s share price is 8.375p [Mid-price], Shares in Issue 34.44million and MKT CAP £2.88 MILLION.It is common knowledge that market caps of around £2.88 million are known as SHELLS. This time, Vin is not IPOing which one knows takes a much long time to mkt? Certainly, NOT £32m mkt cap like in 2008?For the avoidance of doubt, it is also commonly known that to obtain a "controlling equity investment" is for management purposes?The shares NOT in public hands is high and it has been posted ie updated shareholders list of which Octopus Investments is the Top Holder.Perhaps, for such a C.V, those who invest, say 3,000 shares [Normal Mkt Size] at market price is paying what the demand & supply dictates? Note
05/9/2018
14:51
loughton: Yet again you prove how very stupid you are. All that a share price bubble proves is how stupid the idiots that buy are. What matters is value. Which this dog has none.
29/8/2018
22:58
tidy 2: It is very significant as he knows vin is about to boost the share price significantly
21/8/2018
22:21
craffert: So Vin Murria was going to invest at a price of 2.5p to 5p per share, and this company are now guiding that to 2.5p if she even does invest. Given her credibility - the only one the company can wheel out right now - it's a total miracle that the share price is 6p.
07/8/2018
08:43
loughton: Funny how you clueless idiots always see to ignore and forget when a share price drops. It is the forgetfulness of the idiots.
06/8/2018
11:17
euclid5: So if Vin M investes into IMTK, it will be at 5p maximum as per rns. However she may own up to or above 29.99% vut co will waive T/O rules Long term investment as no body can turn a 2.5m co into 500m overnight, but having her on board is excellent news However, to gain traction they may need to raid further cash - still £3m cap is tiny & has great potential "Vin Murria is also in discussions to make a controlling equity investment (the "Equity Investment") at a price of between 2.5 pence and 5 pence per Ordinary Share in the Company conditional on the Takeover Panel waiving the obligation for her to make a general offer for the Company under Rule 9 of the Takeover Code" Https://www.investegate.co.uk/imaginatik-plc--imtk-/rns/stmnt-re-share-price-movement/201807251305197540V/
04/8/2018
17:49
1happydays: share price is not relevant, love it :)
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