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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Pipehawk Plc PIP London Ordinary Share GB0003010609 ORD 1P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 8.25 08:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
8.25 8.25 8.25 8.25 8.25
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dave4545: It does but the market seems to be 99% trader 1% investor now. Already some of the earlier buyers are now selling for a loss.
glennborthwick: 55 days of checking out investegate for results at 7 am gets irritating after a bit and all this hyping does is bring dodgy day traders who don't know what they're doing who sell out on the first hint of a rise cutting the legs off any rise. It's far better getting quality investors interested on the quiet who are in for the 2 to 4 year period There will be several people here who will have followed me across from loq pdc Rtc and at least taking a strong interest in it.
bill182: Good morning citytrader...are your fingers still hot! I don't know who you are referring to in your comments, but I am a long term investor here as my previous posts prove. The market will decide where the share price goes, but I firmly believe the worst is now behind us and the share price will continue to recover. Have a good day
bill182: I thought I would save you the bother of looking: 8 October 2009 PipeHawk Plc ("Pipehawk" or the "Company") Subscription to raise £120,000 and Director's loan The Company announces that it has raised £120,000 by way of a subscription of 1,500,000 new ordinary shares ("Ordinary Shares") ("the Subscription Shares") at 8p per Subscription Share (the "Subscription Price") with existing shareholders and other investors ("the Subscription"). The Subscription is conditional on admission to trading on AIM ("Admission"). In addition, Gordon Watt, Chairman of the Company, has provided a loan of £100,000. Mr Watt intends to convert the loan into Ordinary Shares at the Subscription Price or the mid-market closing price of the Company's Ordinary Shares on the day prior to conversion, if greater, following the announcement of the Company's results for the financial year ended 30 June 2009.
bill182: britshb - I forecast a break-even for the results just announced and it came in above that. I do not need to justify my own calculations, and would suggest that any investor should carry out their own detailed research on any investment decision. The company has spelt out the growth areas in the four businesses, and if my calculations are wrong, that is my problem. You do not agree that this is a good investment, so I ask again, why are you wasting your time here today if you are not invested.
captain_kurt: All the reasons why they where priced to go bust. While some investors are looking in the rear view mirror the company looks like it's about to change into a recovery story Company's own words "prospects for the foreseeable future look very bright indeed".
bill182: Interesting that people who have had nothing to say about the company, suddenly turn up to deride it. They clearly have an agenda, and it is not as a private investor who want to see the value of their 'long term' investment start to regain some ground on the back of a good contract and positive forward looking statement. For any undecided as to the merits of the company, I would urge you to read the interim results, take a view on the merits of the four companies that make up the Group, and then decide. The results will be out in two to three weeks, which in my opinion will confirm the progress that has been made. Oh, I forgot to mention, look at the market capitalisation!
bill182: £500 worth of shares sold, and the MV drops 19%...could only happen with an AIM stock. As I have mentioned above, there is an investors presentation next week, and I would fully expect some sort of positive update to back-up the positive tone as indicated at the results.
bill182: Not quite asleep..just dozing. The interims have been and gone without any comment, but I feel a flicker of activity. A couple of quotes from the statement: There should be "further encouraging news soon" in relation to QM Systems, and with E Spott/E Safe there is "interest from international distributors" I felt the tone of the interim report was much more upbeat than at the year-end, and I also note there is an investors presentation on the 14th April in London. I have not given up on this share yet, but my patience is waring very thin!!
stanhouse: I went to the PipeHawk AGM on 13.12.2006 and these are my own notes (E&OE) summarising an enthusiastic, not to say bullish, presentation given after the meeting. These notes have been submitted to the Company but I have not had a reply. All comments are IMHO. For a more details of the Compay's activities and the Accounts for the year to 30.06.2006, see www.pipehawk.com :- • Overview. PipeHawk's market is the location of underground pipes, cables and other objects using Ground Probing Radar (GPR). The Company has largely been responsible for establishing the procedure in the UK and had to develop its own technology because competing systems from the US – a much more highly developed market – could not cope with the high occurrence of clay in the UK. PipeHawk has its own technology and the process is becoming much more widely accepted; success now will come from capitalising on PipeHawk's leading position. • SUMO (36% owned). SUMO's customers are Contractors and Utilities who need underground services to be identified and marked out immediately before the bulldozers go in. It operates through franchisees, of which there are 12, with another 4/5 expected to be signed up in the coming months. Turnover is currently up 30% on a year ago. • Adien provides mapping of underground services for local authorities, contractors etc so that work can be planned in advance. This does not cut out SUMO, because the maps are only valid when they are done and it is still necessary to mark-out when the bulldozers arrive. Sales grew in the last financial year despite losing a major customer. This year they are up 20% so far. The sales team has been increased and 2 more mapping vehicles (£100k each) are going on the road. ISO 9001 accreditation has been achieved and Adien has recently become an approved supplier to Network Rail. • Minehawk (detection of land-mines and unexploded ordnance). PipeHawk has a Grant Application proposal before the EU for a real-life trial in Tanzania using GPR on a remotely piloted vehicle to locate explosive devices underground. A simulated trial was 100% successful in locating dummy mines whilst avoiding all the other objects which tend to litter battle areas. The preliminary stages of the Application have been completed and confirmation is now awaited from Brussels. If/when this does come through it will be a major step forward with a lot of technical and practical spin-off. • Other (a) The next generation of standard GPR devices, PipeHawk III, will be released in 2007. (b) The Company is trialling a system used as a standard procedure in the US which confirms the GPR survey by drilling selectively through the road surface and then vacuum excavating to find the pipes and cables. (c) The Company is also developing a GPR system – FieldHawk – for finding pipes in difficult terrain. • QM Systems. QM was acquired in March 2006 for shares and made a useful contribution to the reported profit and cash position. A major factor in making the acquisition was QM's software and hardware expertise which is already being of benefit to the Group. QM's principal activity is a long term contract working on test systems for the US Joint Strike Fighter. The customer base needs to be extended. • Potential investors should refer to the Accounts, Note 7 ( see Directors' share options - and don't miss the final note about Gordon Watt's holding of warrants), Note 19 (see reference to Directors' loans), and Note 21. The effect of all this is that there are around 7M Options/Warrants outstanding on an issued capital of 27M shares. The overall conclusion of those present at the AGM was that, as demonsrated by the acceleration of SUMO and Adien, GPR procedures are becoming more widely accepted in the UK and the market is starting to move. With the technology accepted, success will now come from sales and marketing to Local Authorities, Utilities and Contractors. Final comment: cash is a constraint.
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