Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Inspired Energy Plc LSE:INSE London Ordinary Share GB00B5TZC716 ORD 0.125P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 15.25 66,640 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
15.00 15.50 15.25 15.25 15.25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 32.69 4.20 0.55 27.7 109
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:28:21 O 60,000 15.00 GBX

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Inspired Energy Daily Update: Inspired Energy Plc is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker INSE. The last closing price for Inspired Energy was 15.25p.
Inspired Energy Plc has a 4 week average price of 14.45p and a 12 week average price of 12.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 21p while the 1 year low share price is currently 12.50p.
There are currently 713,973,440 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 120,616 shares. The market capitalisation of Inspired Energy Plc is £108,880,949.60.
winnings1: I think the excellent dividend-growth alone is good enough reason to put some money INSE's way. INSE is a well managed outfit, the share price is attractively low for those who want to come on board. Come on Yump, don't overlook the positives, it is not just negatives as you see them.
pj 1: Maybe the negative net tangible asset value or the high share price to free cash flow (x23) is a concern but at this stage it doesn't seem to warrant such a disconnect price wise?
pj 1: It does seem bizarre that Normalised eps according to stockopedia over doubles from 2018 to 2019 forecast, yet the share price is roughly the same. From what I can see it used to trade on a p/e of x20 from 2012 to 2017. Even if you factor in the increasing debt its on a rough p/e of x10. So, either the Market is missing it? the market knows something we do not, or my favourite the Thorntons holdings are causing concerns when its time to off load? I still go back to my visit to the premises with 2 ferrari or Lamboughini parked outside. It never sat well. Total guesswork that the Thorntons may want to off Load, but cannot find any II's willing to take the stock. The City would probably be aware of that. All IMO
yump: I'm so sorry for 'sidetracking' you in your efforts to support the share price. You can post as many positives as you want, but I'm sure as an avid researcher, people here would be interested to hear your possible explanations for the depressed share price. Up to you of course. Don't forget to big up the cash on the balance sheet. (Yes that is meant to be sarcastic) Oh, sorry that last bit was a little impolite, I hope it doesn't offend your sensitivities. If you are actually not questioning why the valuation is so cheap after so many instances of good news, then I wish you good luck here. I'm certainly not buying again, until I can find a reason and I certainly don't believe I am lucky enough to have spotted a bargain that nobody else has seen, given how long the depressed valuation has been in existence.
yump: luffness A collection of businesses with old people running them who want to retire, or a collection of mature businesses where the owners are simply bored, or a collection of businesses that have lacked investment (because the owners have milked the profits)... ?? Maybe INSE's share price is just based on an average of the adjusted diluted eps and the diluted eps. That would 'even out' the debate about which is the 'correct' eps to use... ie. 1.6p for the year, or 0.7p for the year, if you just double them. So one is at a p/e of 10 and the other at a p/e of 20, depending on how you view the relevance of adjusting for amortised intangibles etc.
winnings1: A positive little feature on INSE in The Times today. Should bring new investors on board. Share price is low, deserves to rise substantially, IMO.
winnings1: Personally I think Jeremy Corbyn't nationalization threats are not doing INSE's ahare price any good. There are possibly also some other concerns as raised in the post above by 'melody9999'. Sad to see the share price hammered so much.
rivaldo: When the share price reached 25p it fell back when an institutional seller dripped out stock over time to take profits, when at the time the resulting share price fall seemed overdone/unexplained. I suspect that there is again a seller (or sellers) out there whose position is (for them) relatively small and which they simply want to get out of.
rivaldo: Despite the excellent year end update, the share price has been marking time/drifting whilst I've been away on hols. Results are on 27th March, so not long to go. Consensus is 1.57p EPS, with a 0.6p dividend. Forecasts for this year are 1.8p EPS, with a 0.7p dividend. Found this in Liontrust UK Microcap Fund's Dec'18 investment letter for the record: "A share placing contributed to a monthly share price fall for Inspired Energy (-23.4%). The company is an energy procurement consultancy firm that in the managers’ view possesses core Economic Advantage assets through its high recurring revenues and embedded distribution strengths. In December, a share placing of £19m helped fund the acquisition of Inprova Finance, a company that offers similar services with particular strengths in data centres, social housing, education and construction. The acquisition is expected to generate substantial cross-selling opportunities."
rivaldo: :o)) That explains a lot about the share price performance since April or so.... I wonder if INSE had pressed the button a touch earlier, would they have been able to raise at 20p or more? Did this week's market falls, with exaggerated declines given no buyers around, cause the share price fall and the discounted price? Or did the tail of the "known-about" placing wag the share price dog? Pure guesswork. Anyway, the acquisition is a good one at a decent price. Interesting to see the effect on forecasts. The forecast for the coming year was already 1.7p EPS. I haven't done the calculations, but hopefully this could now increase to say 1.9p-2p EPS or even more. Which leaves a 16.85p share price looking pretty cheap.
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