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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Octagonal Plc LSE:OCT London Ordinary Share GB00BWWCHQ23 ORD 0.05P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.05 -2.27% 2.15 475,000 09:29:12
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2.00 2.30 2.20 2.15 2.20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 5.31 0.93 0.19 11.3 12
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
14:36:23 O 25,000 2.00 GBX

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2020-12-03 14:36:242.0025,000500.00O
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2020-12-03 09:29:031.90100,0001,900.00O
2020-12-03 09:16:592.2350,0001,115.00O
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03/12/2020
08:20
Octagonal Daily Update: Octagonal Plc is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker OCT. The last closing price for Octagonal was 2.20p.
Octagonal Plc has a 4 week average price of 1.65p and a 12 week average price of 1.55p.
The 1 year high share price is 2.52p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.85p.
There are currently 568,576,886 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 537,915 shares. The market capitalisation of Octagonal Plc is £12,224,403.05.
16/11/2020
15:33
dave4545: Jeez is today a 2 year high...the pain of holding this one so long. We did on a spike hit 2.2-2.5p in November but that was intraday. Are people starting to cotton on now there is a boom in people trading shares and just about everything. And the difference here is there is no premium, you are getting all of this for a song, other players have premium ratings. Even if Oct doubled from here it would only be around £25 million cap, with £6.5 mil and increasing cash and profits of perhaps £4 mil this year it's still very cheap.
14/11/2020
10:38
dave4545: Netcuratins. I do not claim to be a expert in the finance industry and some of Oct's business I do not understand but what I do understand is they are making a fortune from the boom in people trading now. Hargreaves added 31,000 new customers in 3 months this year, probably explains why it crashes on spikes because they cannot cope with existing numbers yet alone taking on unlimited new customers. If Oct on a smaller scale are bringing in new customers who are trading a lot then the profits go through the roof because the margins are sky high. I mean I used to spend £20-30k a year on commissions, get 100 of me on your books and there's £2-3 mil revenue alone, there's probably 100,000 people now in the UK trading on a regular basis. Oct are winning new business and planning expansion in Europe and they state they are going to start advertising which means more new customers and even more profits. Eve sleep lol, does it ever make any money ? https://www.gisukltd.com/services/clearing-and-safe-custody https://www.gisukltd.com/services/payment-services https://www.gisukltd.com/services/trade-execution https://www.gisukltd.com/services/asset-investment-management https://www.gisukltd.com/services/corporate-finance https://www.gisukltd.com/services/retail-execution-only https://www.gisukltd.com/services/synergis https://www.gisukltd.com/services/gis-hong-kong
14/11/2020
09:45
netcurtains: Dave4545: What I'm getting at, generally speaking people tend to like investing in companies they understand. So a netnet stock or big cash mountain stocks or big NAV low PE stocks that do best are stocks people understand like recent examples: Eve beds or French connection (or Triad plc back in 2012). Dave's Oct stock might be good but do people really understand what it is that they are buying and selling? To my mind Dave would be better off NOT going on and on about the fundamentals (they are easy to understand) but rather explaining the business model of the company in more depth to people. What is it that they actually do and why is it such a good opportunity for the future - is the market for this product growing? Has Oct cornered the market for this product? etc etc Tell us more about the product and less about the fundamentals (they can look after themselves). Why buy Oct when there are hundreds of "bust" covid stocks primed for recovery that are easy to understand? Dave: Make Oct's PRODUCT(s) easy to understand as people dont buy what they dont understand.
13/11/2020
07:56
aimbagger: Closed above the monthly 50MA yesterday! About to breakout?? Initial target 3.6-4.55p, that would seem like a fairer valuation ahead of more results in December. Not many companies doing a roaring trade this year but OCT have been bossing it.
12/11/2020
07:40
dave4545: We have to rerate simple as that. There's companies losing money or making a fraction of what Oct is making with market caps multiples of Oct. If you strip out the cash it's a £5 mil stock making £2 mil in 6 months and that is with a loss making side of the business in Hong Kong. Cash generated atm seems to be 250k a month or £3 mil a year and it could make £4 mil profits in a year and it's valued at £11.66 mil Just ridiculous
11/11/2020
19:51
ochs: Another long term holder and hoping for dividend news soon? The GIS results are impressive and the HK office loss isn't too concerning as it's effectively a start up and will hopefully contribute better in the 2nd half. I think they've done well to even get it off the ground during the HK unrest last year and then the pandemic this year. The main thing that would cause the shares to re-rate would be if Nilesh Jagatia were no longer part-time FD. Alternatively if he stays he should buy some OCT shares to show his confidence in the company and his own work.
11/11/2020
16:16
quazie12: Entitled to your opinion Swiss Paul but to me it doesn't really come over as opinion, more a gripe.Doesn't sound like you are a holder of OCT so do you have a grudge ? If so why not just come out with it ? If you are a short seller that's fine too but come out with something more concrete and maybe you might be taken more seriously
11/11/2020
10:24
sailing john: Stunning 1H at GIS which is most of OCT 1H Proft at GIS £2.1m so around £1.75m for OCT (based on 1H 2019 additional OCT costs) Cash over £6.5m 40% growth YoY and two new initiatives with HK Office and Bond? But MC only £11m at 1.95p Likely divi 0.1p+ Yield 5%+ Bonkers!
03/11/2020
17:11
dave4545: Typical a John Gunn stock rose 200% today but of course it was not Oct. However instead of sitting there moping I managed to buy some Insp as low as 0.733p. I had a quote at 0.0675p first thing accepted but it was refused. But at least I'm around 80-100% up on them today and might go silly tomorrow. Just wish Oct would do the same one day.
17/9/2020
11:22
yump: The problem is the cheerleaders are somewhere else still thinking that their stocks that were resurrected from the dead by covid, are actually going to be significant profit-making machines. Once the boredom and the trailing off share price has gone on for a while, they'll be looking somewhere else for excitement. Might turn up here, although making profits will probably put them off. Sometimes stocks have no real story - I think this might be one. Worth holding for the day that might change I guess.
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