Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Invu Inc LSE:NVUK London Ordinary Share USU460741072 COM SHS NPV (REG S)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 27.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 06:36:16
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
- - - - 22.48

Invu Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/4/2007
07:18
ok, in for a few myself Nurdin - cheers :-) CR
cockneyrebel
17/4/2007
06:37
Yup Tradx...well pleased too. I am told INVU are giving a series of presentations to Institutuion this week and having meetings with a few brokers.Look out for brokers upgrades next week. I also suspect SCSW will give the company a decent coverage in the next issue..having tipped them many moons ago.
nurdin
17/4/2007
06:26
nudin, Excellent!! What more can you say?!! well pleased!! regards T..
tradx666
17/4/2007
06:14
Stonking results ahead of market expectations...:o) -Gross margins at over 92% -operating margins of 30% Show me another software company with similiar margins and I will buy !!
nurdin
16/4/2007
08:21
-If they meet brokers estimates of 1.8p eps,which looks on the cards, then they will have done 1.7p in H2. -Even if they just maintain this performance over the next two halves they should do 3.4p for the full year.That puts them on current year PE of under 8,assuming zero growth - the business is growing apace however and with margins at 92% and a fixed cost base,we should see accelerating eps from here on -lets be conservative and say they achieve just 25% growth in H1 and a further 25% in H2,then full year eps works out as 4.8p...giving a prospective PE of just 5.8 -unless I am missing something,NVUK look a bargain to me
nurdin
16/4/2007
07:18
Bought back in this morning.Results tomorrow should show excellent progress...92% gross margins must be the highest in the sector... a rerating should be on the cards after the results imo
nurdin
27/2/2007
09:35
Seems to be a positive response to the trading update this morning. Glad a bought back in. M. INVU, Inc. 27 February 2007 27 February 2007 Invu, Inc. ("Invu" or "the Company") Trading Update Invu, Inc. announces that, following the end of its financial year on 31 January 2007, it expects to report full year results which are in line with market expectations. Commenting on trading, David Morgan, Chief Executive, made the following statement: "We are delighted with the progress made in the second half of the year. We have continued to build on the number of customer sites and the quality of our reseller base. In the second half of the year we added 651 new customers, deployed 9867 seats of software and added 20 new resellers. The Company has also recorded 195 repeat sales to existing sites." The Company will release its full year results on 17 April 2007. -Ends-
moogies
23/2/2007
15:10
I think the MMs are driving a tank into the tree to shake it if that is really what it is.
kingsize
21/2/2007
11:32
Eat More fruit, I tend to agree with you I think it is the MM's trying to get hold of stock. I hope!
thewass
21/2/2007
11:30
kingside, I wouldn't be so pessimistic yet! Although, there is the potential for greater/stiffer competition via MOSS ie,.SP '07 etc..but In would expect (if at all) that this will surface for at least a year or more... we will see soon enough. regards T..
tradx666
21/2/2007
11:22
Also, most of the large trades have been T trades. Are those market maker trades .... trying a little tree shake perhaps?
eat more fruit
20/2/2007
20:23
Kingsize, Re #106, If you go back to 9 Feb, there was some buying. (So not all sells.) There was this T Trade for 100,000 shares @ 32.25p reported late from previous day: 1 5092SQE907 32.25 100000 T L 16:30:35 100,000 when price was 31.75 / 32.5. So it would have been a buy.
domestos
20/2/2007
16:25
quite often when the update/results are late perhaps a warning of problems ahead.
johnv
20/2/2007
15:58
..........in fact, looking at the trades since the 14th I see 289,000 sells plus a further 25,000 at the mid price and only a handful of buys.
kingsize
20/2/2007
15:54
Hmmmm, if the previous trading update history is to be repeated, then we can expect one imminently. I see that the share price has been quietly leaking over the last few days so I assume that if there is a trading update it will not be terribly positive and the reason for the price drop is that people in the know are selling by simple coincidence.
kingsize
19/2/2007
16:41
trading update last year 16th feb.
johnv
09/2/2007
10:16
I use Hoodless Brennan (£7 a trade). I had to phone them to purchase NVUK but otherwise no problem.
thewass
08/2/2007
17:33
Thanks johnv, the Barclays dealer I spoke to was obviously clueless! It's so annoying having to open other accounts unnecessarily just for the Invu shares.
domestos
08/2/2007
17:07
Domestos, I purchased one block of nvuk two years ago from barclays on the phone.
johnv
08/2/2007
13:43
Thanks folks, appreciate the help. Since most of the trading seems to be done with the NVUK shares then, it makes sense to try out redmayne. Thanks again.
the_hedge
08/2/2007
11:10
johnv & hedge Regarding Barclays. My main sharedealing account is with Barclays stockbrokers. When I phoned them up about a year ago – they told me they didn't do either NVU or NVUK! So I opened an account with: www. iwebsharedealing.co.uk specially for NVU (but they didn't do NVUK). Then after more searching I found www.redmayne.co.uk specially for NVUK. Invu have previously announced trading updates on 16 Feb 2005 and 13 Feb 2006. So maybe we'll be getting their latest very soon – which should be interesting.
domestos
08/2/2007
09:23
the_hedge, I too have not found an online broker that deals in these shares, I use Nat west. regards T..
tradx666
08/2/2007
09:14
This is what I wrote in sept04 and I believe nothing has changed since. "NVUK are the placing shares whilst NVU shares are for shares holders of the original nasdaq otc board, a legacy of the past. They will merge in 2005.Most trading taking place as NVUK" I use barclays online very good. can set up seperate accounts (pep/isa etc) all under one name/password but... you cant buy/sell nvuk online I have to phone up for this share.
johnv
07/2/2007
23:32
Hi, I'm new to this thread but can anyone recommend a good online broker? (usual stuff, low dealing charges etc) The one I'm currently using isn't able to get hold of the NVUK shares and is only dealing in the older NVU class of shares. Also, does anyone know what's happening between the two sets of shares? Will they continue in this fashion or will the NVUK ones be the dominant class at some point in the future? Is it still worth buying the NVU shares? Thanks in advance.
the_hedge
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