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Pipehawk Plc 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
  0.00 0.0% 13.50 13.00 14.00 13.50 13.50 13.50 36 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 6.7 0.1 1.5 9.0 4

Pipehawk Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/3/2022
12:00
BID now 28 with ASK 30 so actually not too bad under the circumstances with the negative news update out of the way. As the market is forward looking the key now is for PIP to ensure there are no more skeletons in the closet and no more negative/bad news to come out that investors may not be aware of. Hopefully that is the end of it and we can now look forward to a much better performance in terms of revenue growth.
bapodra_investments
24/3/2022
11:56
Buy order probably Nico
dave4545
24/3/2022
11:53
A lot of 'sells' going through but price going up
lewaus97
24/3/2022
09:58
mm's are laughing here, people paying 29.25p then somebody selling for 26.33p
dave4545
24/3/2022
09:56
Think it's that QM capacity outlook statement which is shoring it up fozzie. Looking at the trades only one person sold a delayed batch at the open 25k at 28p so the mm's shook it right down on little panic sales all the way to 24p bid and there they bagged a nice 31600 at 24.7p which they easily sold on for 27-29p Spread is going to be garbage all day, even now the best spread is 2.3p wide
dave4545
24/3/2022
09:43
BID gone back up to 30p. WOW. Some may be using this significant drop to acquire more shares.
bapodra_investments
24/3/2022
09:13
All that has happened is the bad news is out of the way. I will not be selling any of my shares as this is simply part of investing in a nano cap. Announcements like this are common in nano caps and at least the COVID related issues are out in the open (albeit late and have surprised many) and we can now begin to look forward. I am fortunate enough to have bought at lot lower levels and I was sitting on triple digit returns prior to this RNS so I am still nicely profitable with my position in PIP though the profit has declined this morning. Again that is part of investing in nano cap shares. Those who will be bitter are those who bought near the top prior to this RNS. They will be angry and bitter.
bapodra_investments
24/3/2022
09:09
Buywell2 - What does that mean? If you want to look at someone who may be ramping PIP I suggest you may want to cast you eye on the other thread. I always try to have a balanced view of both bullish and bearish depending on the price action.
bapodra_investments
24/3/2022
09:08
In a risk off environment that was a dreadful rns and I thought straightaway that we were looking at a 50% fall. You just cannot disappoint like that and especially after such positive recent announcements that have inflated the price quite quickly. Not sold any and will buy if we see sub 25p. In this for the medium term so today just a blip I hope management learn from.
fozzie
24/3/2022
08:31
24.85-27p Where's the bottom today
dave4545
24/3/2022
08:26
Ramptastic
buywell2
24/3/2022
08:26
Terminator - At least the results are now out of the way and any bad news is out of the way. The question I would ask from a communication and engagement perspective with investors and shareholders is why PIP did not communicate that their staff and company was suffering with staff absences due to COVID. They could have shared that information in any number of RNS's they released. I don't care what people say but I applied for what ever you want to call it and it was around £10,000.00 that gets paid to the company doing the Air Source Heat Pump installation and the deadline for application for 31st March 2021. The current £5,000 is 50% less than what one could receive against the cost 12 months ago. Fact is fact. It does not matter whether you call it a subsidy, grant, rebate or whatever. This is pure government marketing spin as usual. I received several quotes from different Air Source Heat Pump companies. Now I accept I live in a larger home than the average person but the quotes I was getting including all costs (all in) were around £30k - £40k for Air Source (not Ground Source) which is even more expensive as you have to dig in the ground and servicing can be a nightmare. I also got quotes £11k on top to change my power from phase 1 to phase 2 as that was a requirement of having Air Source Heat Pump. If people do not want to believe me then that is up to them. Yes I accept my terminology may not be 100% correct. I ended up installing the latest top of the range Bosch Worcester Boiler which has the option of changing a valve to switch from Gas to Hydrogen which means the whole boiler system will not need to be replaced should the UK go down this road. I personally think Hydrogen boilers are the future for the majority of UK homes and so one needs a balanced view. I am still prepared to hold PIP as an investment as I believe it can get to a £20m market cap especially if the Ventive / QM heat source is cheaper and more efficient/effective than the current heat source pumps available. We will have to see the data/evidence on that. There are no guarantees of large sales of these systems so we will have to see but I still think the target for PIP needs to be revenues of £10m plus per annum and a profitable business. I am expecting end of year revenues to be around the same figure of £6m - £7m and I am expecting PIP to be loss making overall for the end of year. It is the future results which are going to be key which means investors will need to remain patient and hold. Right now PIP is loss making but if things go its way then it could become profitable in the not too distant future.
bapodra_investments
24/3/2022
08:25
mm's totally in control People are still panic selling but if you want to buy you have to pay 2-3p more than what the sellers are selling for. 25.61-27.4p ...1.8p spread best it's been
dave4545
24/3/2022
08:09
Agree Garth But I think anybody selling now is panicking and giving the mm's monster profits, they all wanted to buy size yesterday at 36p and now on little sales they are fleecing people at 26p
dave4545
24/3/2022
08:05
My view is that having given a positive update in November it is bad form to have pushed out positive news without providing a further update on the staffing issues they were encountering. The update is too ambiguous when taken with other statements - sales up, demand up, but delays and staff absence limiting fulfilment - only one side of that equation was communicated. Haven't traded any for a while here - just holding. And will continue to do so, adding on weakness. But still - bad form. G.
garth
24/3/2022
08:02
No way would I sell at 28p when they were bidding 36p yesterday The outlook is bright, mm's are shaking and making fortunes. Lets see if they let anybody buy size on the drop
dave4545
24/3/2022
07:57
I live just down the road from where QM systems is based. I've done service work on the site in hartlebury as my company has facilitated multiple contracts for different units on the site and I can definitely say that covid has been quite high in our area. So if your a small company and your work force gets hit and with no more furlough available that will definitely have an impact financially.
darkhero1981
24/3/2022
07:56
30p bid Bidding 36p yesterday Big shake down then a recovery Bit like when they spike a stock that has a overhang.
dave4545
24/3/2022
07:43
Agree - thought the same news could have been presented in a somewhat more positive way though...
luffness
24/3/2022
07:41
I thought the same. A lot seems to be going on in the background just not come to fruition as of yet.
lewaus97
24/3/2022
07:40
Bidding 36p online at the close yesterday and first 2 mm's open at 31p Guessing the mm's will be making a lot of money today
dave4545
24/3/2022
07:35
"Since the beginning of 2022, QM Systems orderbook and order prospects have improved, and it is anticipated that during the later stages of the current financial year the QM Systems orderbook will result in production being at full capacity. During the last few weeks our quotation levels and degree of engagement have increased significantly with a number of projects expected to start within the next one or two months" Full capacity in a premises 5 times the size of previous site. That is the saving grace bit in a poor set of interims.
dave4545
24/3/2022
07:25
Horror show. Too many headwinds and margins going to be impacted significantly. It will drop significantly today imo
terminator101
23/3/2022
20:57
Bapodra - not quite right. ASHP - there was no £10k govt grant last year just the RHI. The £5k grant this year replaces the RHI (renewable heat incentive scheme) which paid people a % of the electricity running costs of running a renewable heating system over 7 years. You are also not right about the installation costs of an ASHP. On average they cost £15k to install versus £7-10k for a gas oil system probably where they got the £5k grant figure from. Of course specific properties will cost more or less but £15k is a good proxy. Do also remember for flats / estates you can have a ground source heat system that supports many properties making it even less capital intensive.
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