Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Photonstar Led LSE:PSL London Ordinary Share GB00B1TK2453 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.03p +13.95% 0.245p 8,938,329 14:36:40
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.21p 0.28p 0.245p 0.215p 0.215p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 5.3 -1.4 -0.6 - 1.25

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Photonstar Led Daily Update: Photonstar Led is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PSL. The last closing price for Photonstar Led was 0.22p.
Photonstar Led has a 4 week average price of 0.15p and a 12 week average price of 0.15p.
The 1 year high share price is 3.65p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.15p.
There are currently 511,824,887 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 16,272,333 shares. The market capitalisation of Photonstar Led is £1,253,970.97.
margic: Companies don't need to be good to make money off a share price. I've been going in for the top ups. Was very difficult to buy the last few days but managed to pick up 50k odd today 14.5k yesterday around 1.92p mark. Holding till 2.45p at least. Easy profit if I'm right. Gl all
letmepass: Wow.. Do you think you affect the share price.. Ill top slice over 2 and add more with drops, easy
jugu: Wonder if Drew leaving the board was a sign of lack of confidence with company and it's directors. Well his time has been well spent in increasing IQE share price. His probably saved his reputation in leaving early from this decimated venture that looks like going down the pan.
buggy: Clocktower, Yes a bit disconcerting that price is sliding. A lot of people here who has lost money and just want out in the absence of news. Besides this share is not that well know as you can see by the lack of activity on the BB. People wanting to sell and nobody buying leads to price drop as usual. I still do not think that the selling is due to anything significant, A lot of the shares are held by significant corporate holders, so if there is anything in the background then they will be dumping in millions and not 60K or 100K lots. Hence I believe the selling is from fed up PIs. Price will probably keep sliding until news is released of a roll out contract from any of their payed-for trial customers, which I am not expecting this side of the year. Nothing else will turn the price around , not presentations or demonstrations. They will need to raise more funds hence they need news to shore up and inflate the share price before any attempt to raise funds.
buggy: Clocktower, I do not want to panic people in LWRF so I will answer your question here regards how long LWRF will remain top of loser's board. I will be greatly surprised if the share price settles very much above 16p. May take a week or two but there is nothing announced that changes the long term view. The company is till a money sink profitability is not in sight and they will need money again next year. Business model is flawed,...etc etc.. Remember this is a personal view.
lady liz: Just read the results and statement,and it seems they are running out of time but considering they have extended the loan agreement they may just pull it off if they get the orders they seem to be expecting in the coming months. This maybe a high risk but I have now put it on my watch list and monitor as they may start shouting about new orders to hike the share price before they go for another round of funding.
buggy: Clocktower, Why do you believe this business will survive and prosper?, I have been looking at this but have not been fully convinced. I am invested in a company operating in similar area, LWRF, which is much further ahead than PSL, but the share price still do not seem to reflect the apparent potential. LWRF has over 100 products in the market, major distribution deals etc. I am now coming to fear that a more well-heeled company will come up and swallow up the space forcing the small players which has not grown to critical mass to fold.
paulypilot: Myself and a group of investors were in the area last year, visiting Ilika, and I made enquiries to see if we could also call in to see Photonstar, since it was nearby. What should have happened, is that the Directors should have welcomed our visit, and proudly shown us around their facilities. What actually happened is that they made every excuse in the book to refuse to meet us. I got quite firm, and indicated that a number of us held shares in the company, but excuses were made, and it was clear we were not welcome. So we sold our shares. It's not been a surprise to see the share price since halve. Good companies welcome shareholders. Bad companies push them away. I wish this company well, but it probably needs new management. Paul.
midmarsh30: The PSL share price is rising on no information at all, other than an increased number of trades and the MMs increasing the price: Beware: jumping on the herd instinct; Beware: the optimistic posts from posters (or imposters) we haven't seen on the Board in the last year; and Beware the optimistic chants of the hopers (and no hopers) who bought in at 12p and want to recover their losses! Unless there is a leak, I suggest you do your own research. However, you won't find any information published to support the rise. This is not a de-ramp of course, but a plea to invest on empirical criteria. Cue for posters and hopers to have a shot at me. But let's see who you are!
yump: The price could have dropped because nobody wants to buy them at the moment of course. Problem they have had is that they've got a high cost base relative to revenue. There are plenty of companies that reliably get a profit out of what is probably going to be around 10mln turnover. They just need more volume or to cut costs - not by a huge amount either. At interims they mentioned they've reduced some of the cost base, while at the same time revenues in the second half are expected to show acceleration. The other problem they've had is that folk got over-excited leading to the share price spike. That's not the companies fault. The earlier risk is always that you never know whether a loss maker will gather continuing hype and support, or whether it will fall down as people start looking at the actual profit figures. Chart pattern is always the same. Over-excitement and then depression. The key point is whether there is a growing business or not. Some just stagnate, some still grow. So there is often second bite at the cherry, if the cherry didn't poison you in the first place. PS I haven't actually looked back on the thread, but I bet that when PSL was posting significant losses at lower revenue levels, but the share price was spiking, many folk would have not wanted to discuss the high cost base and the revenue required to break into profit. A 'story' can only carry a share so far.
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