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Osirium Technologies Plc LSE:OSI London Ordinary Share GB00BZ58DH10 ORD 1P
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18/9/2021
20:02
Tech recovery-growth stock Accesso Technology (ACSO) approximately 750-bagged to latter 2018, from the middle of the previous decade, to about 3,000p. ACSO was once a dog, falling from over £1 to about 4p, as investors gave up and threw in the towel at the bottom. It turned out that was precisely the time to be buying. And more recently the company has risen from about 150p last year to about 1,000p, as the World has emerged from the COVID-19 pandemic.
hedgehog 100
16/9/2021
17:34
Any other views on OSI's imminent interim results? Or do people need time to meditate on it? "FINDING PEACE IN THE MIDDLE OF A STORM December 11, 2014 When life gets really messy and it’s hard to see beyond the clouds, where the sun may not permeate and there are more dark days than light days, what can you do to find peace? I have developed many practices that I lean into now: the practice of yoga, Shambhala meditation (shamatha practice), walking and hiking, working in the garden and weeding, and speaking with a teacher who empowers my own voice (rather than one who tells me what to do). Learn some meditation techniques by watching the video below. ... With Love and Blessings, Osi" HTTP://osiliving.com/blogs/news/16242388-finding-peace-in-the-middle-of-a-storm
hedgehog 100
16/9/2021
13:33
An extract from "100 baggers" by Christopher Mayer, page 131: "Most people chase returns. As an example, consider one of my favorite studies of all time, by Dalbar. It showed that the average mutual fund earned a return of 13.8 percent per year over the length of the study. Yet the average investor in those funds earned just 7 percent. Why? Because they took their money out after funds did poorly and put it back in after they had done well. Investors were constantly chasing returns." HTTP://csinvesting.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/100Baggers.pdf
hedgehog 100
16/9/2021
13:08
DARK are up another 9.1% so far today, to about £8 per share! Which just goes to show how upgrades can move share prices. So roll-on OSI's interim results!! The 14.6.21 OSI video interview revealed that the company had won 25 new customers in Q1 2021. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HttRp6mON5k That equates to an annualised level of 100 new customer wins p.a. In comparison, OSI won 16 new customers in 2020, a year in which revenues rose £0.26M. (2020: £1.43 million; 2019: £1.17 million.) 11/06/2021 07:00 UKREG Osirium Technologies PLC Final Results " ... Our "Land and Expand" model is built around securing an initial sale with a customer and then following with additional licences or product orders. This model continues to prove successful. Successes during the period include the expansion of a contract with a healthcare provider for an additional 5,000 PEM endpoints alongside Osirium PAM. With a 28% increase in customer numbers in the year, including 16 new customers, we expect to see further cross-selling and contract expansions as we move through 2021. ... " https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/osirium-technologies-OSI/share-news/Osirium-Technologies-PLC-Final-Results/85337692 If the above stats. apply to the whole of 2021, that would equate to £1.625M. of net additional revenue. I.e. 100 new customers x £16.25K. of net additional revenue per new customer. Of course, reality could work out differently: the Q1 level of customer wins may not be maintained, and the net additional revenue per new customer may be different to 2020. But this 'back-of-the-envelope' calculation could indicate the potential for a nice 'surprise' on the upside. Note that as from Edison's 11 June 2021 update, they were forecasting 2021 OSI revenue of £1.68M. That looks pretty conservative to me, and I think that it could easily be upgraded. OSI's H1 results to the end of June are imminent (due in September), and could herald an upward rerating of OSI's s.p.
hedgehog 100
15/9/2021
16:51
15/09/2021 07:00 UKREG Darktrace PLC Final Results "Results for the Financial Year Ended 30th June 2021 Robust financial and operational performance with strong growth during the period 41.3% year-on-year revenue growth ... Darktrace is increasing its expectations for FY 2022 ... now expects year-on-year revenue growth of between 35% and 37% ... Rapidly Evolving Cyber Threat Landscape Darktrace has continued to help its customers respond to a spate of advanced ransomware attacks that have caused severe disruption not only to businesses, but to critical national infrastructure. As the cyber threat landscape continues to evolve, Darktrace's mission to ensure organisations are protected from sophisticated attacks has never been more important. Darktrace's focus in FY 2021 has been on supporting its customers through what has been a period of accelerated change for many organisations, helping them build resilient systems and minimise cyber disruption as they adapted to home-working practices, tackled new security challenges and as cyber-attackers sought to take advantage of a widening attack surface. ..." https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/darktrace-DARK/share-news/Darktrace-PLC-Final-Results/86052348 Well done to DARK today for reporting 41.3% revenue growth. Which is slightly more than OSI's 5-year compound growth rate of c. 38% p.a. since floating in April 2016. Although the indications are that OSI will exceed that this year ... whereas DARK expects sub-38% growth. DARK demonstrates the very bullish environment for ransomware plays like OSI. DARK floated in the spring of this year at an IPO price of 250p. Since when the shares have nearly trebled to their current share price of 731p, market capitalisation £5.1 billion, and indeed have risen 14.5% today alone. And the company looks destined for promotion to the FTSE 100 later this year, which could bring even more attention to the cybersecurity sector.
hedgehog 100
15/9/2021
15:54
Last October OSI announced a contract for 5,000 endpoints (i.e. devices), compared to for e.g. contacts for 250 and 500 devices earlier in the year. Contract fees aren't revealed, but OSI's Fast Protect ransomware protection for backup systems is currently £4,995 for 10 devices protected for 3 years (additional devices available as an option). HTTP://www.osirium.com/osirium-fast-protect A contract for hundreds of times more devices than that would obviously be 'discounted' per device because of size, but still sounds like a big deal. So the fact that OSI is now capable of winning such larger contracts could potentially help to bring about a step change in revenues. OSI may also be increasingly seen as the 'go-to' specialist PAM provider for NHS trusts, judging from its contract wins over the last couple of years, and the company's statements. 20/02/2020 07:00 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Osirium Technologies PLC Contract win with major regional NHS Trust LSE:OSI Osirium Technologies Plc "Contract win with major regional NHS Trust Osirium Technologies plc (AIM: OSI.L), a leading vendor of cloud-based cybersecurity software, is pleased to announce a contract win with one of the UK's largest regional NHS Trusts. The new client has purchased a 36 month term license for 500 devices, with Osirium delivering its PxM Platform including the Privileged Access Management, Privileged Task Management and Privileged Session Management modules . The PxM platform has been selected in a public sector tender bid against competing bids from two other Privileged Access Management solution providers to minimise the risk of security breaches in a mixed Windows and Cisco environment. Drivers for the implementation include securing and controlling access to the infrastructure by the 3(rd) party contractors, vendors and service providers on whom the Trust depends. The platform is also being used to enhance security by controlling and reducing the number of privileged accounts accessed by internal staff. David Guyatt, Chief Executive Officer, commented : "This brings another NHS Trust into our client roster and shows that Osirium is increasingly recognised as the PAM specialist best able to help these organisations address the security challenges they face. We see this as a further illustration of how NHS customers see us as strategic partners in strengthening the security of their IT operations."" https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/osirium-technologies-OSI/share-news/Osirium-Technologies-PLC-Contract-win-with-major-r/81801447 17/03/2020 07:00 RNS Non-Regulatory Osirium Technologies PLC Contract win with major regional Ambulance Service LSE:OSI Osirium Technologies Plc "Osirium Technologies plc (AIM: OSI.L), a leading vendor of cloud-based cybersecurity software, is pleased to announce a contract win with a major regional UK Ambulance Service. The new client has purchased a 60 month term license for 250 devices for the Osirium PAM platform including the Privileged Access Management, Privileged Task Management and Privileged Session Management modules . Consultancy and training from Osirium Professional Services are included in the contract. The Osirium PAM platform has been selected in a public sector tender bid as part of a sales initiative led jointly by Osirium and an approved reseller partner. The principal d rivers for the client on this project are securing and controlling access to the infrastructure by 3(rd) party contractors and vendors, implementing secure access for internal staff to privileged accounts, and managing service accounts in line with policy. The client will be making full use of Osirium Task Automation to 'Shift Left' or delegate IT tasks to junior IT team members and free up senior IT staff to focus on complex projects. David Guyatt, Chief Executive Officer, commented : "I am delighted that, in addition to Osirium being selected as the specialist PAM provider for NHS Trusts, we and our reseller partners are now expanding our customer range to include the ambulance services sector. It is another illustration of the strength of Osirium functionality, in particular our task and process automation capabilities, combined with our UK presence and ease of deployment. These allow customers to automate key processes and securely delegate essential tasks in a way that drives real time and cost savings while ensuring maximum security."" https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/osirium-technologies-OSI/share-news/Osirium-Technologies-PLC-Contract-win-with-major-r/82008548 15/10/2020 07:00 RNS Non-Regulatory Osirium Technologies PLC Contract win with leading healthcare provider LSE:OSI Osirium Technologies Plc "Competitive contract win for PAM and PEM solutions with leading healthcare provider Osirium Technologies plc (AIM: OSI.L), a leading vendor of cloud-based cybersecurity software, is pleased to announce a contract win with a leading provider of health services across the UK. The order was secured against competition from two other suppliers of Privileged Access Management ("PAM") technologies. The new customer has made a multi-product purchase including Osirium's PAM solution and 5,000 endpoints of Osirium's Privileged Endpoint Management ("PEM") platform. This combination provides them a complete solution from protecting privileged user accounts through to protecting privileges at the end-point level. Osirium's Professional Services team will assist with the implementation and rollout of both products as part of the contract. ..." https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/osirium-technologies-OSI/share-news/Osirium-Technologies-PLC-Contract-win-with-leading/83462812
hedgehog 100
15/9/2021
13:17
Thanks Happydays. Hope you'll be ready for OSI's imminent interims, which could leave us in a 'happy daze' ... 29/09/2020 07:00 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Osirium Technologies PLC Interim Results LSE:OSI Osirium Technologies Plc 18/09/2019 07:00 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Osirium Technologies PLC Half Year Report LSE:OSI Osirium Technologies Plc 25/09/2018 07:00 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Osirium Technologies PLC Interim results LSE:OSI Osirium Technologies Plc 25/09/2017 07:00 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Osirium Technologies PLC Interim Results LSE:OSI Osirium Technologies Plc 21/07/2016 07:00 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Osirium Technologies PLC Interim Results LSE:OSI Osirium Technologies Plc
hedgehog 100
14/9/2021
20:29
Keep up the good posts hedge m8. Currently super busy with work, but hopefully add to the conversation in a couple of weeks when work quietens down a bit.
1happydays
14/9/2021
17:32
Conduity Capital (CCAP) is currently arranging the acquisition of cybersecurity company Smarttech247 for £33.5M. For its last financial year Smarttech247 had revenue of EUR4.8 million, which equates to about £4.1M., which means that it is being valued at over eight times historic revenue. This demonstrates the competitive environment for acquiring smaller cybersecurity companies, leading to richer valuations. 04/08/202107:00UK Regulatory (RNS & others)Conduity Capital PLC Proposed reverse takeover of Smarttech247LSE:CCAPConduity Capital Plc "AIM Rule 15 update The Company is pleased to announce that Conduity and Smarttech247, incorporated in the Republic of Ireland as Zefone Limited, have entered into a non-binding heads of agreement to work towards the possible acquisition of Smarttech247 by the Company for a total consideration of GBP33.5 million, to be satisfied by the issue of new ordinary shares in Conduity. ("Proposed Acquisition"). Smarttech247 is an established global artificial intelligence ("AI") based cybersecurity business specialising in automated managed detection and response. ... For the period ended 31 July 2020, Smarttech247 reported audited profits before taxation of EUR829,000, revenue of EUR4.8 million and had net assets of EUR712,084. ..." https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/conduity-capital-CCAP/share-news/Conduity-Capital-PLC-Proposed-reverse-takeover-of/85747670
hedgehog 100
14/9/2021
15:31
KAPE has just raised hundreds of millions, in under a day, for a cybersecurity acquisition, in a fundraising that was multiple times oversubscribed. And the KAPE share price has risen by about 13% today, to about 400p. This shows the strong investor appetite to invest in quality cybersecurity stocks. And of how larger cybersecurity stocks are looking for quality acquisitions to help their growth. 14/09/2021 07:00 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Kape Technologies PLC Result of Placing & Retail Offer & Notice of GM LSE:KAPE Kape Technologies Plc "... Multiple times oversubscribed US$354 million placing and US$2.5 million retail offer Further to its announcement on 13 September 2021, Kape Technologies plc (AIM: KAPE), the digital security and privacy software business, is pleased to announce that it has successfully raised gross proceeds of approximately US$354 million (GBP256.5 million) pursuant to the Placing and approximately US$2.5 million (c. GBP1.8 million) pursuant to the Retail Offer (together the "Fundraise"). Conditionally, in aggregate, a total of 76,543,209 new ordinary shares of US$ 0.0001 each ("Ordinary Shares") will therefore be issued pursuant to the Fundraise("Fundraising Shares") at an issue price of 337.5 pence per Fundraising Share ("Placing Price"). The Board of Kape is pleased with the very strong response to the Fundraise from new and existing institutional shareholders, including a number of blue-chip institutional investors from the UK, USA, Israel and Asia and through the PrimaryBid retail offer. The Fundraise was multiple times oversubscribed. The net proceeds of the Fundraise will be used to fund the upfront consideration for the acquisition of the ExpressVPN business...." https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/kape-technologies-KAPE/share-news/Kape-Technologies-PLC-Result-of-Placing-Retail-O/86041217
hedgehog 100
14/9/2021
12:33
It's interesting to compare OSI's latest 'outlook statement', from June of this year, with that from three years earlier. The latest outlook is subtly but significantly more bullish, including the phrases "exciting opportunities" and "vast opportunity ahead of us". The April 2018 outlook statement in comparison was confident, but more muted. The June statement also specifically mentions ransomware and home working, two trends that seem to be driving strong new OSI growth. Cybercrime has been described as the “number one problem with mankind” by Warren Buffett ... and who can argue with the 'Oracle of Omaha'? And OSI looks to me to have the most direct gearing to the ransomware menace of UK-listed cybersecurity stocks (not that there are that many). 24/04/2018 07:00 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Osirium Technologies PLC Final Results LSE:OSI Osirium Technologies Plc " ... Summary and outlook Osirium has a unique proposition and is building an increasingly strong pipeline of opportunities across a broad range of corporate sectors. Since the year end, the funds raised in March 2018 will provide us with the capital to invest further in our sales, marketing, R&D and engineering teams to ensure the Group's momentum continues. As the global cyber-security market continues to grow and with General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on the horizon, Osirium is well positioned and is sufficiently differentiated to take advantage of this opportunity. The Group has built strong foundations for the year ahead and we are confident of delivering significant progress as a result. Simon Lee David Guyatt Chairman Chief Executive Officer ..." https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/osirium-technologies-OSI/share-news/Osirium-Technologies-PLC-Final-Results/77243542 11/06/2021 07:00 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Osirium Technologies PLC Final Results LSE:OSI Osirium Technologies Plc " ... Current trading and outlook Moving through 2021, we are seeing continued momentum with a record Q1 and a healthy pipeline of opportunities through our direct and indirect sales channels. While we remain vigilant to the ongoing economic uncertainty and risks to our end markets, we are encouraged by the gradual normalisation of trading conditions. Home working has laid bare many of the risks to cyber security among organisations, and many have made PAM a priority to ensure their company data, privileged accounts and regular business processes remain secure. The ease of implementation of the Group's platform and professionalism of customer engagement remains a key competitive advantages. Osirium provides the ideal solution for organisations wanting great quality security but without unnecessary complexity and protracted implementation. Healthcare, a key target market for the Group, continues to provide exciting opportunities, with a number of deals signed with providers in the public and private sectors during the period. In December 2020, NHS England announced funding for trusts via NHS Digital for PAM projects to protect backups targeted in ransomware attacks. In the first quarter of 2021 the Group secured a substantial number of new NHS accounts and will continue to capitalise on new opportunities in this sector. More widely, we continue to see strong demand across the public and private sectors for our services, with organisations valuing our ease of implementation and levels of customer support alongside our first-class technology. Post-period end, in April 2021, the Group also raised approximately GBP2.17m by way of a placing and subscription. These funds will facilitate the next phase of Osirium's growth primarily through scaling the Group's business in PAM and digital process automation, expanding the Group's partner channel network, and accelerating the Group's recruitment across sales, engineering and R&D. The Board would like to thank all shareholders for their continued support. Looking ahead, we expect the pandemic to continue to provide uncertainty throughout 2021 with respect to both our direct and indirect sales channels. While the exact timing of deals will remain difficult to predict in the near-term, market conditions are gradually improving, there is momentum in the business, and we have a clear and proven strategy to capitalise on the vast opportunity ahead of us. With privileged access now widely recognised as a core requirement of IT security, the Group is confident in its future prospects and another year of progress in 2021. ..." https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/osirium-technologies-OSI/share-news/Osirium-Technologies-PLC-Final-Results/85337692
hedgehog 100
14/9/2021
07:03
I also love it when paid up members down tick posts, it's a hobby.... I guess :)
1happydays
13/9/2021
18:46
Osirium @OsiriumĀ·10h "In case you missed the news last week, @Osirium published new independent research showing how UK businesses are leaving themselves vulnerable to #ransomware attacks. Get the report to learn where the biggest risks lie. #pam #cybersecurity [...] " https://twitter.com/osirium?lang=en
hedgehog 100
13/9/2021
18:18
"10 SEPTEMBER 2021 Are UK businesses doing enough to protect against ransomware? Mark Warren ...How prepared are UK businesses for a ransomware attack? New independent research shows UK businesses are vulnerable to ransomware attack. Although around 80% of companies have been attacked and over 90% say backups are critical to their recovery plans, a surprising number aren't taking all precautions to protect those backups. Why are backups so critical? Let's start by stepping back a little. If you consider how a ransomware attack works, you can see why this is so dangerous. Typically, the ransomware will be installed accidentally by a user that clicks on a bad link or installs an infected application on their laptop or workstation (take a look at Osirium's Privileged Endpoint Manager (PEM) to see how to reduce that risk). The ransomware then starts trying to escape the endpoint and work its way around the network. At that point, the attack is looking for high-value targets. In particular Domain Controllers because that would allow the malware to easily install itself on other endpoints and servers. It will also be looking for Virtual Machine (VM) hypervisors as many critical applications and security devices (for example, firewalls) will be running in a VM. Once the attack becomes active, those VMs will be disabled either through encryption or deleting VM images. At the same time the malware will be looking for backup management systems. It does this for two reasons: it could be looking to change backup policies to prevent backups being taken, and looking for locations and credentials for the actual backups. Once the malware has access to the backups, it will again either encrypt or delete the backups. The malware may stay dormant for weeks or months to ensure that complete backup cycles are repeated so that the infected data from end user devices or servers are copied into the backups. Once the ransomware becomes active, it will encrypt and/or delete the backups before the victim has a chance to protect them. Once the backups are gone or damaged, the task of recovery is much harder, even impossible, which makes it more likely the victim will end up paying the ransom demand. You can learn more about how ransomware attacks work in this blog post. Why aren't businesses protecting themselves? A worrying data point uncovered in the research is that a majority of businesses (53%) would prefer to pay a ransom than invest in protection against attack. That is very worrying. It's not clear from the data why this attitude is so prevalent. It's possible that IT and business leaders are underestimating the cost and impact of an attack, or that they feel willing to take the risk that they will be able to recover after paying a ransom. Either way, that's a very risky strategy. Part of the evaluation of cost of protection vs ransom could be a mis-placed assumption that protection if complex and expensive. But that doesn't have to be the case. How can backups be protected? The simplest protection is to ensure the credentials used to access the backup management system and the backups are never revealed to users or their workstations. If the credentials can't be harvested by the malware, then it can't do its damage. The research shows that although most businesses depend on backups for recovery, only 35% are currently taking active measures to protect access to their backup management systems and backups using privileged access management (PAM). You can see how PAM can protect backups in this video. Although this demo uses Veeam, the same principles can be applied to any backup system. Regarding the assumption that PAM will be expensive or complex, modern PAM solutions like that from Osirium are very different. As Saunderson House said, "We had Osirium PAM up and running in under a day" and Osirium are currently offering a special "Fast Protect" package to help new users get protection in a day. If you like to know more about the findings of the research, you can download a complimentary copy here, and please get in touch if you'd like to learn more." HTTP://www.osirium.com/blog/are-uk-businesses-doing-enough-to-protect-against-ransomware
hedgehog 100
13/9/2021
18:09
Love it when a share gets one or two posters with no apparent interest in the share who then start posting about the negative points about the company. Of course their are currently some corners to turn it's at 7 million market cap ffs.
1happydays
13/9/2021
17:47
11/06/2021 07:00 UKREG Osirium Technologies PLC Final Results " ... The Group spent GBP1.81m (2019: GBP1.77m) on direct staff and contractor costs for research and development, of which all was capitalised in both periods. This expenditure pertains to developing the Group's new and enhanced software offerings. The Group continues to invest in new product development, as well as the continual modification and improvement of its current product base to meet technological advances, customer and ever-expanding new market requirements of the rapidly evolving cybersecurity market. ..." https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/osirium-technologies-OSI/share-news/Osirium-Technologies-PLC-Final-Results/85337692 OSI's R&D investment is a major bull point here. OSI market capitalisation at the current share price of 25p: £7.35 million. Divided into OSI 2020 R&D spending of £1.81M. = PRR (price-to-research ratio) of 4.06. This highlights OSI's quite fantastic value and growth prospects. From the legendary tech stocks guru Conor McCarthy: "Calculate annual R & D expenditure per share and compare it to the share price. If the PRR (price-research ratio - share price divided by R and D per share) is 5 or less it is nearly always worth buying the shares. This applies particularly to recovery situations. As long as an exploration company has the wherewithal to drill holes, there is always the possibility it will strike it lucky. The same goes for an out-of-favour technology company. As long as it can continue to invest in R and D there is the chance it will come up with a blockbuster product. The lower the PRR the more development bang you get for your buck." HTTP://flylib.com/books/en/1.371.1.92/1/
hedgehog 100
13/9/2021
17:26
SWG (Shearwater) has been following a buy-&-build strategy, e.g. Brookcourt Solutions Limited for £30.3M. in 2018. So most of its growth is not organic, unlike OSI's, and it's dishonest of you to present non-organic growth as a comparator to OSI's organic growth. SWG's acquisitions cost has been massive dilution. And as you would expect, its share price hasn't performed as it would have done if that growth had been organic. Shearwater (SWG):
hedgehog 100
13/9/2021
16:54
Wow, you really are rude and childish.
megasonic
13/9/2021
16:53
With regard to OSI's performance against peers, well the number speak for themselves. SWG Revenues / Profits:2018: 6.24m / -2.88m // 2019: 23.4m / -5.86m // 2020: 33m / -1.5m // 2021: 31.8m / 0.145m // -IGP revenues / profits:2018: 9.2m / -3.83m // 2019: 10.1m / 0.449m // 2020: 10.4m / 1.01m // 2021: 11m / 1.53m //-OSI Revenues / Profits2018: 0.957m / -2.27m // 2019: 1.17m / -2.83m // 2020: 1.43m / -2.5m // Like I said previously, revenues are not growing fast enough to cover costs and that black hole will lead to share pool dilution.
megasonic
13/9/2021
16:42
megasonic 13 Sep '21 - 10:53 - 283 of 293 0 4 0 "... the share price has been in free fall for three years. ..." Megasonic, The real issue here is that you were claiming, incorrectly, that OSI is in free fall now. The fact that it was in free fall years ago is different. Believe it of not, shares that were in free fall in the past can actually stop falling, reverse, and enter an uptrend, which is what OSI has done. Now, if this simple concept is too difficult for you to grasp, how on Earth can you be expected to cope with more advanced investment analysis?
hedgehog 100
13/9/2021
16:31
has this enough cash for chrostms
middlesboroughfc
13/9/2021
16:19
So are you suggesting now the share price has not fallen 80% plus over the past three years?FYI: share price was 28p in August 2020 so I was off by a fortnight, does not make it a lie.
megasonic
13/9/2021
16:04
megasonic 13 Sep '21 - 15:38 - 290 of 290 0 1 0 " ... Sept 2020: 30p ..." No Megasonic, the OSI share price last September wasn't 30p. Here's the September 2020 OSI chart: the highest OSI closing share price was 23p, i.e. lower than the current 25p - Figures may not lie, but you do - repeatedly.
hedgehog 100
13/9/2021
15:38
With regard the 3 year chart, I would encourage you to have another look at it.Share Price in September since 2018:Sept 2018: 140p // Sept 2019: 60p // Sept 2020: 30p // Sept 2021: 25p // That is an 80% plus fall in share price in Sept 2018. Figures do not lie. Chart does not lie. Like Tom Petty said, Free Falling (and not the pleasant kind). I suppose you have "alternative facts" to put forward?
megasonic
13/9/2021
14:48
Well you can read, can't you? There's two lies of yours exposed very clearly in my posts 284 and 285 above: 1. The OSI share price HASN'T been in free fall for three years. 2. OSI's revenues HAVEN'T only seen modest increases relative to companies like IGP etc. As regards OSI's spending, you've got to remember, over two fifths of OSI's admin. expenses are research & development spending: £1.81M. last year (up from £1.77M.), accounting for 42% of the admin. expenses of £4.3M. (down from £4.57M.) This impressive level of R&D spending is building up the company's valuable intellectual property, including multiple patents, so to criticise the company for not reducing it is crass. It's like criticising a biotech company for making losses, and I certainly wouldn't want OSI to reduce their R&D.
hedgehog 100
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