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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Kainos Group Plc KNOS London Ordinary Share GB00BZ0D6727 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Low Price High Price Open Price Close Price Last Trade
-26.00 -3.37% 746.00 724.00 772.00 772.00 772.00 16:35:14
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Kainos KNOS Dividends History

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hahmedk: Hi AllHow far do you see current rise in share price. I brought some @ 800p after new year tip.
robow: KAINOS from Shares Magazine A desire to go digital is one thing that unites organisations both large and small. From ordering a pint in a pub via a phone app to calculating a tax return, plus a million more things, this is a multi-year transition that will separate winners from losers. Among those thriving from this structural growth trend is Belfast-based Kainos (KNOS) which helps large organisations transition their processes and operations into the 21st Century digital world. Kainos is one of the key IT expertise suppliers to UK Government departments, often writing bespoke tools and software services for the Cabinet Office, Home Office, Driver & Vehicle Licencing Agency (DVLA), Department for Transport, Land Registry and others. The company is also one of 35 global accredited installation providers for Workday, the $37bn US human resources and financial planning software platform. Kainos provides implementation and testing for users of Workday enterprise management tools. It also runs Evolve, an NHS IT system including things like electronic medical records that help streamline the service delivered to patients. One of the real attractions of Kainos is this multipaced, segmented model. It means as growth temporarily slows in one part of the business, the slack can be picked up elsewhere. This has been illustrated over the past couple of years. While Evolve has been muddling along due to years of austerity cuts biting into NHS budgets and investment spending, other parts of the business have been progressing at a blistering pace. In the year to 31 March 2019 its digital services drove revenue growth, up 69% to £132.6m, with momentum in both Workday implementation and on UK Government digital transformation despite parliamentary deadlock over Brexit concerns. If politicians are to be believed we are on the cusp of some of the largest healthcare and public sector digital services investment ever. That’s really exciting for Kainos and could unleash huge opportunities that could make current earnings forecasts look far too cautious. The high price-to-earnings multiple will worry some investors but we believe the premium is justified by Kainos’ high-quality track record and impressive cash dynamics. It has £42m on the books with no debt making the balance sheet as bulletproof as they come. SHARE PRICE: 718p MARKET CAP: £878m FORECAST EPS 2021: 18.9p
biteherbutt: Watch the Queen Speech my friend Watch the share price Watch the birdy go to £12
irishlass2: This came out an hour after the close yesterday https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/kainos-KNOS/share-news/Kainos-Group-plc-Holdings-in-Company/80673287
andygibb101: ali- I don't think it is Kainos specific, they mention a gain of over 200% since the tip. If that gain applied to your holding you should definitely have taken some profit along the way. It is good to run your winners but you should have a plan for slicing off some profit every now and then. I like to sell half if I double to recoup my initial stake and let the rest run until the company story changes. I also like to average up if a share has done well, usually doubling my stake if I get 40% share price growth from the initial purchase. I am sure everyone has their own strategy and would be interesting to hear other peoples too. People have a plan on how to get rid of losers with stop losses etc but there seems to be less out there on when the best time to sell out for a profit should be. Sometimes that decision is made for you if the company gets bought out.
douglas fir: hxxps://www.ii.co.uk/analysis-commentary/kainos-rare-growth-stock-deserves-premium-rating-ii506701/ Kainos: This 'rare' growth stock deserves premium rating by Graeme Evans from interactive investor | 5th September 2018 12:51 Both the company and its share price have grown rapidly since floating three years ago, but they're still undervalued, writes Graeme Evans.
kitzel1: share price being driven down lately
valhamos: Good news - but I'm not sure how Royal Brompton moving Evolve to the cloud fully explains the jump in share price, especially as the first Cloud EMR deal in the NHS had already been announced with the interims in November. Maybe more Evolve deals in the pipeline.
irishlass2: Just popped in to say hi. I am still a long term holder and very confident about the future for Knos. At the moment, the low volume has caused the share price to stutter. I made the mistake of selling ARM, at 600p, when it stuttered. Won't make the same mistake twice.
freddie ferret: Monte. Isn't that a disposal of shares? montyhedge 11 Jul '17 - 12:00 - 1848 of 1849 0 0 CEO buys shares thats always good. https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/kainos-group-KNOS/share-news/Kainos-Group-plc-Director-PDMR-shareholdings/75211183
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