Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Inspired Energy LSE:INSE London Ordinary Share GB00B5TZC716 ORD 0.125P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 18.75p 18.50p 19.00p - - - 0 07:35:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 21.5 4.0 0.7 26.4 106.71

Inspired Energy Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/11/2017
21:49
you left out IWONK
bbluesky
15/11/2017
15:49
And sold the rest of that purchase at 19p. Feels like perhaps it isn't ready to go back up just yet after all.
1gw
10/11/2017
08:39
Sold some more at 20.2p. So that's 1/2 of Thursday's buys sold, and INSE currently my 3rd biggest holding.
1gw
07/11/2017
15:01
Continuing to bounce nicely. Nice £14,000 buy at the full 21p offer just reported.
rivaldo
03/11/2017
15:02
So far, glad I topped up at 17.5
buoycat
03/11/2017
14:55
@1gw You called it. SC buyback seems to have done the trick.
bateleur
03/11/2017
08:33
Happy to report it's not me pushing it up this morning so it looks like someone else is buying.
1gw
02/11/2017
15:36
I think there might be some cause (the buy) and effect (the price rise) there Xajorkith. Most of my buys yet to show (at least on advfn) and they will now show as sells presumably if the price stays where it is. Hopefully though it's not just me putting a bit of volume through.
1gw
02/11/2017
15:27
Hopefully so 1gw. Seems a well timed buy so far :)
xajorkith
02/11/2017
15:13
I've bought some more, hoping that it's on the turn now.
1gw
01/11/2017
08:08
I think you can look at that 2 ways. Simon Clayton dumped his last lot of shares pretty much as soon as the lock-in provision ended didn't he? So you can read this as SC still not being interested in holding INSE shares at the current price. And the board probably didn't want to create an overhang so it was mutually attractive to buy him out. Effectively they've agreed to do a share buyback at the current price, rather than risk SC trying to sell immediately and take the share price down with him. So I agree good news for shareholders, but principally because it avoids the creation of an overhang.
1gw
01/11/2017
07:31
Good news - not only has the STE Energy/Carbon Holdings acquisition earned almost all of its deferred consideration, which was based on a "challenging financial target", but that deferred consideration will now be paid in cash rather than shares, so less dilution for us shareholders: Http://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/news/market-news/market-news-detail/INSE/13415695.html
rivaldo
30/10/2017
20:02
disagree hornshaw. this is a longer term business with annual or multi year contracts and a high degree of long relationships. but the contracts are with the business, not the individual. its not easy for a new business to acquire the knowledge and contacts that allow INSE to succeed .. if there was there would be more succesful competitors.
melody9999
29/10/2017
00:48
This isn't an industry with Hugh barriers to entry for a person with this lady's contacts so the circumstances of her departure are important.
homshaw
27/10/2017
14:36
Disappointing. This was one of my largest risers. Still, unless it's hiding something from the market, this will be a bargain soon enough.
brucie5
27/10/2017
12:32
Think I will sit on the side for the time being the stepping down of the founder has me spooked.
pictureframe
27/10/2017
11:20
INSE stated only 2 weeks ago - on 11th October - that: "The Group has an established acquisition strategy in place and the strong performance in the first half of 2017 has continued with the Group trading in line with the Board's expectations". Panmure Gordon's last forecast was 1.5p EPS this year rising to 1.8p EPS next year. So INSE are now on a single-figure P/E going forward. Looks to me like stop-losses have been hit, but I agree that this is indeed an opportunity imho.
rivaldo
27/10/2017
10:23
Just poor sentiment as far as I can see. Needs a trading update to allay concerns following the departure of JT. Good entry point on a longer term view imv.
xajorkith
27/10/2017
09:46
Jeez whats going on here ??
wanttowin
26/10/2017
16:00
1gw. I have to admit I had forgotten about the restrictions! :-//
pj 1
26/10/2017
15:54
Well unless the reason for leaving coincides with a reason for selling shares that is something to do with the business itself, I don't see the problem. Letting imagination run wild isn't a good investment strategy.
yump
26/10/2017
15:42
PJ1 - re your comment on "to make sure JT isn't going to offload any". The last placing was almost exactly a year ago, on 28th October. In the literature it said: "Janet Thornton, Matthew Thornton and Praetura Ventures (1) LLP have entered into a two year restriction on sale of their Ordinary Shares (the "Locked-in Parties"). The Locked-in Parties have entered into irrevocable undertakings that they will not (and will procure, insofar as they are able, that any of their associates will not) dispose of any interest in ordinary shares for a period of 12 months following the Placing, save in certain very limited circumstances. The Locked-in Parties have each also undertaken that they will not (and will procure, insofar as they are able, that any of their associates will not) dispose of any interest in Ordinary Shares for a period of 12 months following the first anniversary of the Placing unless such disposal is effected through the Joint Bookrunners, to ensure an orderly market ("Orderly Market Period"). Any sale of Ordinary Shares during the Orderly Market Period will be at the sole discretion of the Joint Bookrunners." So spookily we're just coming up to the first anniversary, at which point we seem to be in the period where there will be a requirement to manage any sale through the Joint Bookrunners, unless of course the resignation circumstance is one of those "very limited circumstances" referred to where they have more flexibility. Not sure that adds much comfort, but at least the "orderly market" provision appears to rule out a "dumping" scenario.
1gw
26/10/2017
12:50
Thank you.
pictureframe
26/10/2017
12:44
Virtually nil, they use live data (meter readings) for calculations.
pj 1
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