Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Pipehawk LSE:PIP London Ordinary Share GB0003010609 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.30p +7.14% 4.50p 4.20p 4.80p 4.50p 4.20p 4.20p 115,688 13:47:53
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 5.7 -0.2 0.5 8.3 1.34

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/5/2018
13:58
I'd not say no to the aim madness spreading to PIP today
dave4545
15/5/2018
13:17
Looks like it's turning, if 4.5p+ gets paid the herd may well return to this one
dave4545
15/5/2018
11:29
Reckon this is close or at the bottom after spiking to 7.5p recently. Amazing how quickly though they become quiet.
dave4545
09/5/2018
10:44
looking good
cryptotrade
02/5/2018
13:46
Continuing the analysis of shareholding shown in the 2017 accounts (post 320)and looking at potential exercise of options and conversion of the CULS. The figures following have been rounded. I don't hold any shares but used to and do follow the company. The figures and opinions are mine - DYOR. If the prospects are good it would be reasonable to allow for conversion/exercise of options/warrants/CULS up to a 5p exercise price but not G Watt's 3.7m options at 13.5p. This would increase the issued share capital to about 61m (from the current 33m)and reduce total borrowings from £5m to £3.8m. A share price of 5p for 61m shares values the increased equity at £3m. On the face of it this looks cheap but I think the borrowings have to be brought into the equation, giving us a total of £6.8m. There are tax losses/credits of £3m but a lot of these may be tied to the GPR products which remain pie in the sky. However, we can assume that any significant profits from QM would be tax free for a couple of years at least. If Group profits of £0.5m (before interest) could be achieved, our £6.8m valuation of shares plus borrowings gives a 'p/e' of 13.6 and a multiple of about 1x sales. So, even allowing for all the borrowings, a price of 5p doesn't look unreasonable. The psychological problem for long term holders (and the directors)is that they really need a price of 10p (and preferably 20p!) to reward them for their initial investment and all the work put in. If I were thinking of investing I would want to look a little more closely at QM's current business mix. In the past they had lumpy contracts with little purely repeat business. I think the potential must really lie in a trade takeover particularly when looking at the ages of the directors. If QM is coming good and can perform consistently, then it is possible to envisage a trade buyer for PIP at 10p or more. They could knock £200k off the overheads, absorb the lumpy contracts and get some good synergy on top.
123prezzie
02/5/2018
08:17
I think these have turned a corner, will let this die down and then build a stake, operating costs will be down ny 800K+ this year
urigem
01/5/2018
22:48
Indeed Eezy, I’d be cautious before buying at this level.
battlebus2
01/5/2018
22:35
£5.7m revs last year led to breakeven at operating level. Oh and there's the 2.2m net current liabilities at 2.8m other liabilities etc... For the time being this company exists to pay back director loans and bank debt IMO. This just looks like yet another rampy spike. They may of course continue to trade better and grow their ways to profits and out of debt. Not real sign of that for the last decade!
eezymunny
01/5/2018
16:54
Looks like these guys have turned this ship around. I the half yearly overheads were reduced significantly but turnover slightly down. If you take the upturn since half year it looks like the will do 5.5 to 6.5 million of the year with greatly improved gross and net margin. so "should" get a full year of about 300-500k profit, which is an amazing turn around.
urigem
01/5/2018
16:27
picked some of these up this afternoon, may pull back a bit more. QM site is quite impressive. understand the industry much better.. £1.7 mkt cap is peanuts, could be a star going forward - I get get em while they are cheap! but may get addition chance tomoz
urigem
01/5/2018
12:28
Will wait for a pull back, looks like this news is not factored into the share price at all. Admin costs down a lot at last results,
urigem
01/5/2018
12:25
Yes, does look interesting.. He certainly has put his neck on the line for the company. Someone is buying up on the background, very difficult to get any in numbers
urigem
01/5/2018
12:22
Shareholdings. In addition to the above,according to a quick look at the 2017 accounts Gordon Watt has Warrants to subscribe for 3,703,703 ordinary shares at 13.5p and 6,000,000 ord at 3p. In addition he holds £1m of Convertible Unsecured Loan Stock, convertible at 5p before 13/11/2018 - which amounts to 20,000,000 ordinary. If GW exercised all his warrants and converted the CULS the balance sheet would be a lot stronger and he would hold 54.8% of the equity (ignoring the relatively small number of options outstanding to others). Without GW's financial assistance PIP would not have survived, so let's hope his perseverence comes good for him and all other shareholders.
123prezzie
01/5/2018
12:16
I can also see the merits of these. Great trading statement! Was going to buy early doors but didnt want to get spiked. Ah well. Glahs
billthebank
01/5/2018
11:49
Only 33% not in public handsShareholders having interest greater than 3% of the issued share capital are:-* G.G. Watt5,721,500 16.82% S. Hamilton4,583,334 13.47% N. Lobbenberg3,100,000 9.11% Dr R. J Chignell2,204,200 6.48% J. T. Twigg1,054,830 3.10% N. G. Wood1,054,830 3.10%* R.MacDonnell 931,436 2.74%
urigem
01/5/2018
11:44
Looking to bang in revunue of £8-10 million at good margin. Need to look more into these
urigem
01/5/2018
10:41
got one of those daily charts that looks like it will take off this afternoon
wooster4
01/5/2018
10:01
Nah the drop is coming... Imo
babbler
01/5/2018
08:37
Always intrigued with the spike and drop but maybe different this time?
shirley83
01/5/2018
08:07
Just be aware it has a habit if spiking and coming back down once people find out the monies owe to the directors
glennborthwick
01/5/2018
07:33
Looks good to be too riser today
glennborthwick
29/3/2018
11:55
Prezzie, thanks.
gnnmartin
25/3/2018
12:24
Nigel. I think the answer to your question is R & D credits. I sold out of here a long time ago but keep an eye on them in case QM really starts to perform. The potential is there. Having said that, due to all the borrowings and directors' loans, it is difficult to see how shareholders could benefit except from a takeover.
123prezzie
23/3/2018
16:02
I've read this RNS several times, trying in vain to decide whether it is encouraging or discouraging. I'm puzzled as to how PIP manages to make a loss before tax of £118k, but a profit after tax of £18k. Under what scheme does the nice government bungs us £136k? It seems to be the norm: last year we got £223k from the taxman in the first half, £372 in the full year. I expect I asked at the last AGM, but if I did, I've forgotten the answer.
gnnmartin
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