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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Inspiration Healthcare Group Plc LSE:IHC London Ordinary Share GB00BXDZL105 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  2.50 2.09% 122.00 117.00 122.00 120.50 118.50 119.50 67,200 16:35:23
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 37.0 3.1 5.1 23.9 83

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/4/2020
10:15
Moving up steadily
optmist
08/4/2020
12:02
Interesting company. A good exposure to Intensive care areas for Covid-19 and other healthcare segments.
fuji99
08/4/2020
11:47
Could last nights comment by Trump relating to the US sending 200 ventilators to the uk be related to the IHC order ? Would be valued at about $5m. Maybe why the share price has picked up after dropping recently ?
rogerrail
08/4/2020
09:53
Thanks for link Brummy. Good coverage and confirmation of patents approved by IIP; this bodes well for future sales of the First Breath breathing system.
lammylover
08/4/2020
09:41
Commentary wrt IHC today here with forecasts https://twitter.com/CapitalPmh/status/1247785198126632960
brummy_git
08/4/2020
09:37
Big shorts on this want it to 30p before going long That's why it's going down best to bail now
iamgreat1
08/4/2020
09:06
RNS today at 0736 confirms that it has been granted 3 patents from UK IPP relating to the First Breath breathing system developed by Viomedex; a wholly owned subsidiary. This will be formally announced in the Patients Journal on 29/4/20.
lammylover
07/4/2020
16:52
Oh what a surprise, a 11,936 share buy from 1546 hours just popped up!! Ho, ho, I wonder how many more buys didn't show at the time that they occurred.....Of course now it looks like a sell as well!! The joys of AIM
lammylover
07/4/2020
16:49
I suspect what's happening is that holders are selling stock like IHC which is a dependable safe company in order to invest in companies which have fallen a long way and are now seen as "cheap". The same thing is happening to some degree to other "safe" stocks like ULVR and AMS. In fact that's what I've been doing - but I haven't sold my holding in IHC. It's now at a very attractive price for those who want to invest.
lindowcross
07/4/2020
16:48
Also very low volume traded today - approx. £137,00O worth, so easy for MMs to move share price around as they see fit. There is also still a bigger seller about who is dumping blocks of shares - earlier this afternoon a 17.8k sell at 55p ( I cant explain why anyone would sell so low, unless they've got the bailiffs at the door demanding cash!) I'd expect to see some "ahem" delayed buys that the MMs forget to display when they happened as well! The delights of AIM - LOL Rich
lammylover
07/4/2020
16:38
I think its just PIs expecting too much. Those who bought in around mid 60s, expected instant surge in share price on additional orders. People are not prepared to wait a week or two for results to come out (approx. 20th April, by my reckoning) and move money elsewhere as every other share seems to have surged in price the last 2 days. Happy to hold for results - lets face it, IHC revenue must be up on increased demand and EBITDA the same. I can't see a reduction in demand for medical items in the near future, the only risk is if they can't supply enough due to global demand. The current share price doesn't include any uplift for the £4m ventilator order - in fact share price hit 72p before the 2 orders in March. Just my take on things - patience is a virtue! The market transfers money from the impatient to the patient - Warren Buffett
lammylover
07/4/2020
16:29
struggling to make sense of this.
lfc4ever
07/4/2020
16:18
backtogo - hanging around like a bad smell again! Do you ever buy any shares or do you just make negative comments on every share chat room you stink out?
lammylover
07/4/2020
15:04
oh dear 50p
backtogo
07/4/2020
13:57
Don't blame the MM's or institutional investors. It is probably private investors bailing out because the share price didn't double as they expected, now they are selling out at a loss. MM's and II's know how companies are valued, most PI's don't. A simple way to look at it is: The value of a company is the discounted cashflow of all future earnings. A huge £4m order for ventilators is a one-off event, it changes the value of the company only to the extent of the one-off profit. As they act as distributor, their profit margin is probably below 10%. If we are generous, that's £400k profit. The current market Cap for the company is £25m. So, this order, if delivered in full, would increase that by £400k or 1.6%. The share price before the announcement was 64p. The order could only ever have added 1p to the share price, but unrealistic expectations and lack of understanding pushed the price up to nearly 90p. It is probably those shareholders now selling.... Having said that, still a good company with potential value if you take at least a 5 year view.
geovest
07/4/2020
11:17
It might be worth you nice people looking also at Gooch & Housego GHH, another Brit company which, on account of it being largely unknown and unappreciated by UK investors, is worth buying and forgetting about for a decade or two. It's mainly involved in high-tech lasers and other stuff beyond my pay grade but today's update confirms one of its divisions is involved in the business of making parts for ventilators. See below: In the UK all of our five manufacturing sites are open though the unique nature of our Torquay facility is such that it will need to operate at a reduced capacity in order to rigorously adhere to the Government's COVID-19 guidelines. ITL is now operating at near to full capacity. This is due to increased demand for medical diagnostic kits and a unit which improves respiratory function and oxygen supply, as part of a ventilator system for patients in critical care, including those with COVID-19.
lindowcross
07/4/2020
11:17
MMs drive price down again on 1 x 25k sell and a few other sells. However volume is tiny and looks like most sensible investors are not selling at these crazy, daft prices! No doubt MMs will have some more tricks up their sleeves to try and drive out a few more shares before moving price back to 65p. Just remember, next trading update should be good and will be around 20th April. Rich
lammylover
06/4/2020
18:23
Share price at 64p is WAY BELOW the share price reached when they announced the last results being ahead of expectations - price then rose to 72p. It appears that there is still a large seller selling off blocks of shares into any share price rise and effectively keeping the price down. But also there are lots of large buys going through sub 66p. At current price of 64p, there is nothing factored in for the £5m order from NHS received in March. Quite why the large seller is offloading, is anyone's guess? All I can say is that the next update on results should be around 20th April (based on last 2 years RNS trade updates) and I can't see it being anything but positive. Even if the NHS ventilators are still in transit, we know the order is good and its almost certain that other orders from NHS and other countries since the CV outbreak will be significantly larger than normal. Summary = absolute bargain at 64p; however its a crazy market out there!! Rich
lammylover
06/4/2020
14:48
Think we need update that they can deliver the orders they have in hand 1st !!!
oohrogerpalmer
06/4/2020
14:29
you won't sell at 90p when you see 100p in close distance, greed is a built-in feature in humans. now get some ventilators and keep pushin. breaks off at 70!!!
rumobejo
06/4/2020
14:08
I'm hoping for 90p and then sell out. it all depends on how much additional volume they get and if it is ongoing. I can imagine in a couple of months CV will be forgotten and people move on to other sectors as they are fickle and looking for immediate returns ....That said the patent that IHC have in the USA looks interesting and could be a real money spinner longterm
lammylover
06/4/2020
14:01
70p bang 80p bang 90p bang bang
rumobejo
06/4/2020
13:54
Another ventilator order would be nice; however I think its more likely to get a "pleased to announce" trade update that revenue is way ahead of last year and that they expect EBITDA to be the same. This should push this comfortably through 80p in my opinion. Its just a matter of holding for a couple of weeks and avoid the daily up and downs of the share price noise, as a few PIs get mugged for their shares at 59-64p. Good luck. Rich
lammylover
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