Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Pipehawk Plc LSE:PIP London Ordinary Share GB0003010609 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 7.75 633 07:31:51
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
7.50 8.00 7.75 7.75 7.75
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 8.33 0.19 1.69 4.6 2
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
10:17:29 O 633 7.90 GBX

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Pipehawk Daily Update: Pipehawk Plc is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PIP. The last closing price for Pipehawk was 7.75p.
Pipehawk Plc has a 4 week average price of 7.75p and a 12 week average price of 7.75p.
The 1 year high share price is 9.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 3.50p.
There are currently 29,687,181 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 26,406 shares. The market capitalisation of Pipehawk Plc is £2,300,756.53.
kenwright: Thanks for posting, as it's not showing up on my monitor here !?! I guessed something was up on the price rise.
dave4545: Well you do have to take into account the borrowings they have. If you say converted debt to equity then market cap would be £5 mil+ Making 200k profits makes this fully valued atm, but if profits are going to jump again it makes them potentially very cheap. I hold a small amount still of PIP and will continue to hold regardless of what happens unless the price spikes into double figures. If you want some stunning value then read my OCT thread
nico115: What price do you think is fair value here ?
dave4545: Pushing on which goes against the Pip trend, normally it's contract then dead for months but finally punters see how cheap this is now. It's market cap has just passed the size of this weeks contract £2 mil cap v £1.7 mil contract
eezymunny: PIP is balance sheet insolvent to the tune of £3 million. H1 PBT was 100k. So at that rate, after such a "wonderful" performance it'll take 15 years to no longer be b/s insolvent. That's hardly deramping is it? FFS
keyno: I held this share many years ago with high hopes of a bright future that sadly never materialisd but I still look in from time to time. One of the funniest messages which appeared here, at a particularly parlous time for Pipehawk, when all seemed lost was simply..................... RIP PIP. It still makes me smile. Glad to see that PIP is still alive and well. GLAH.
philobeddoe: For those who have had issues with the poster KNIGELK, you may like to know what this TROLL enjoys doing in his spare time. He has been TROLLING the WRN chat board for the last FIVE YEARS - relentlessly so - he does it on a daily basis, morning, noon and night, even on bank holidays and weekends he's trolling away on the WRN board. He claims to be an interested observer who once held the shares, however it is no exaggeration to say that he has posted on WRN in excess of an astonishing 1500 to 2000+ posts over the last five years - all of it negative, all of it attacking both the company and it's shareholders, often bordering on outright defamation. And let's not forget this character doesn't hold a single share in the company. For those interested, you only have to glance back at his posting history to see for yourself the extent of this guy's trolling. And yet he still has the nerve to accuse others of trolling, the guy knows no shame.
dave4545: All buys but the buy price online is slowly drifting lower. As normal with PIP it has a big overhang from being dead for months after the previous spike and mm's are trying to clear their lines first.
gnnmartin: If I understand today's RNS correctly, we have agreed to reduce the price we agreed for Thomson Engineering Design in Nov 2017, and defer payment. I assume this means it has not performed as expected, so being a little risk averse as we crash into Brexit I sold 100,000 today. I still hold a chunk, and hope to regret my selling some!
123prezzie: 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.
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