Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
IQE LSE:IQE London Ordinary Share GB0009619924 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.60p +0.91% 66.30p 3,509,410 16:35:10
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
66.00p 66.35p 66.55p 63.65p 63.65p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 156.29 6.75 0.13 510.0 507.4

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26/3/201917:12IQE's time has come - 2017 and beyond!25,485
21/3/201909:56BANNED from the Iqe thread - how absurd138
26/1/201913:10Time to sell IQE?309
30/8/201814:09The ice thread1
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IQE Daily Update: IQE is listed in the Technology Hardware & Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IQE. The last closing price for IQE was 65.70p.
IQE has a 4 week average price of 63.65p and a 12 week average price of 56.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 139.60p while the 1 year low share price is currently 55p.
There are currently 765,351,668 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 5,636,407 shares. The market capitalisation of IQE is £507,428,155.88.
borromini1: Total Equity = £309,208,000 Total Shares = 776,700,000 Equity per Share = 39.8 GBX Share Price Today = 72.6 GBX Assumed Future Equity per Share = 32.8 GBX Future Revenue 5 Year Guidance Funnel of Uncertainty Lower Limit £m (97.7 x 0.85 x 1^n-1) + (43.8 x 1.5 x 1.4^n-1) + (13.1 x 1.15 x 1.05^n-1) 2019 = 163.81 2020 = 190.84 2021 = 228.43 2022 = 280.77 2023 = 353.75 Future Revenue 5 Year Guidance Funnel of Uncertainty Upper Limit £m (97.7 x 0.85 x 1.2^n-1) + (43.8 x 1.5 x 1.4^n-1) + (13.1 x 1.15 x 1.15^n-1) 2019 = 163.81 2020 = 208.96 2021 = 268.28 2022 = 346.69 2023 = 450.94 Photonics 252.39 Group Adjusted Operating Margin Guidance 3-5 Year View >10% If a low figure of 10% is taken as profit or earnings and applied to 5 year guidance lower limit 2023 = £35.4 and using PE = 15 assuming growth ends in five years Share price in 5 years = 68.3 GBX If a higher figure of 15% is taken as profit or earnings and applied to 5 year guidance upper limit 2023 = £67.7 PE = 30 assuming further future growth will double revenue Share price in 5 years = 261 GBX Share prices assume no more dilution Is anyone using a different interpretation of IQE guidance figures for long term holders?
regasclockwork: nickwild4 Mar '19 - 08:50 - 24888 of 24900 "What are your predictions for the IQE share price;" -End- Not easy nick. If these two "experts" - 'The Messiah' and 'Canaccord' [IQE's joint broker] can't get it right, what chance have we mere mortals got? Read on: sweenoid - 16 Aug 2017 - 06:50:03 - 4713 of 24857 [IQE 134p] Yesterday our joint house-broker Canaccord issued an updated share price target of 180p, its a short -1page, succinct and delightful read, .... they then make the startlingly obvious statement that FY 2018 will be AT LEAST DOUBLE THAT AND THEN SOME..., The other and perhaps more important key take away for me is that Conacord feel that a peer group methodology of valuation for IQE, is pretty meaningless. They believe the company could DOUBLE EARNINGS in 2019. It's obvious that my 'cheap as chips' price has to go up, my target remains 250p - CONSERVATIVE, but it's CHEAP AS CHIPS to 165p .... And I HAVE BEEN SPOT ON since 20p -End- Well, we all get carried away at times. Canaccord have since REDUCED their target from 190p to 157p, [still fabulous of course] and 'The Messiah' has since INCREASED his 'CHEAP AS CHIPS' to 185p. We 'MAY' get a new target price from the latter, but what it will be is anyone's 'GUESS'. "The share price will take care of itself" as Sir Hossein Yassaie once said and he was also 'SPOT ON'. I continue to hold - in case something 'suddenly' happens - like a takeover? GLA!
nickwild: Predictions What are your predictions for the IQE share price; midday and close 19th March and midday and close 20th March?
taffy100: Forget Bitcoin! I’d rather invest in the IQE share price today hTtps://
bocase: Bootycall: A well reasoned post. I believe the fundamental problem with the IQE share price is the lack of understanding of the markets it serves apart from the mobile phone sector. When the market realises this because management make it very clear then I believe the share will re-rate and this link with peak of mobile phones will finally be broken.
bocase: Considering the sell-off in the US last night (Dow down 800 points), I think the IQE share price is quite encouraging as we are well above the price at 4pm yesterday. The closing auction was a bit of a false high so really we are only slightly down today and improving. I feared it would have been a lot worse.
kazoom: IMHO a bit of a reality check is needed here. I do agree with the statement : "I think anyone adding here is going to do well." but only over a patient time horizon. To try and blame this on not having a "proper CFO" or on the late Monday 'panic' RNS is totally delusional. The Lumentum announcement on Monday and the subsequent initial RNS saw the price fall from 90p to 75p. The much more thorough and informative Tuesday morning RNS has seen the price draw back further from 75p to 58p. The forecast EPS has fallen by nearly a half and at the current price they forward PE is c. 30, when the FY results are announced in March what reason is there for the share price to be higher than today? I do agree that the medium term outlook still looks very rosy (so long as nothing else goes wrong) but from the point of view of those that have not researched deeply/become entranced with "the story" that is just "jam tomorrow". The idea that this is somehow the "fault" of an incompetent BoD is a nonsense. Even at these prices this is a BoD that has presided over a 3x(+) increase in the company's value in a very short time. What should they have done differently? Not done business with Apple at all, to avoid the customer concentration? Played hard-ball with Apple on contract terms? (Yes I know they are not a direct supplier to Apple, but Apple applies extended governance to it's supply chain.) All this angst and bluster is nonsense is is not conducive to making money on the stock market. You can take a number of stances onthe news : 1. Take the view that the longer term story remains intact and continue to hold. 2. Take the same view, but accept that the short term mood will continue to be negative and sell with a view to buying back when positive newsflow establishes itself. 3. Take the view that the company is fatally flawed and sell out permanently or even go short. 4. Something else. Personally I've gone for '2' and therefore take on a number of risks. a. A takeover bid is mounted whilst I'm not owning the shares. b. Samsung or AN other announces that they are going buy all of the written off stock (my assumption) from the withdrawn Apple orders and the revenue guidance for the next six weeks increases back to it's former level. c. The stock market fairies come to the rescue and recognise that because (for example) the Lumentum share price has recovered c. 10% to be c. level over two years; then the IQE share price should recover c. 55% to be up c. 8x over two years. IQE still looks to me a fantastic medium term investment if they can deliver on the promise, but a poor short term investment unless something unforeseen happens. Those keen to slag off the BoD for their personal discomfort would be better placed in considering their own personal investment decisions. All imho, blah,blah.
danny baker: IQE's trading statement looks amateurish but you have to bear in mind the circumstances which led to it. The IQE share price started sliding at about 1pm and then by the time it had dropped 10% there would have been a call from the Stock Exchange surveillance department (which monitors share price movements) to the company's broker to ask if there was any reason for the fall in the share price. The broker would then contact the company to be told about the Lumentum announcement and the possible implications of reduced shipments to Apple. IQE have probably not had any direct notification from Apple of any reduction in shipments at this point. The broker then quickly cobbles an RNS together on the known information and we end up with the RNS coming out at 16.20. Not ideal for anyone but I don't see how the company or the broker could make any other RNS announcement than the one they did. Not good news though and I'd expect another drop of 20% in the IQE share price tomorrow.
cyberdog1979: Now weve seen apple share price reduce and have little to no effect on iqe share price. Coupled with apple share price ramp not increasing iqe share price. Please i beg you stop banging on about apple
cheek212: Just a day in the life of the IQE share price!!
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