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% 17.50 0.00 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
17.00 18.00 17.50 17.50 17.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 6.69 0.08 1.50 11.7 5
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 17.50 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 17.50p.
Pipehawk Plc has a 4 week average price of 17p and a 12 week average price of 17p.
The 1 year high share price is 36.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 5.63p.
There are currently 29,687,181 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 32,552 shares. The market capitalisation of Pipehawk Plc is £5,195,256.68.
bapodra_investments: I think the current share price and market cap is not really factoring in the revenues from the Ventive deal yet. I appreciate not all the revenues will be included in the current financial year and some will spill into the next reporting year but I still expect revenues for PIP to be higher in the current reporting year than the previous reporting year. If the share price has found support (still to be confirmed) then it may be the start of the next leg upwards but we will have to see.
bapodra_investments: David Gruen - Don't think so. I think you are just late to the party. Some of us identify such companies very early on and invest when the share price and market cap is very low. So after a stellar rise even if the share price pulls back sharply we are still heavily in profit. Some of us are long term investors and such price drops do not bother us one bit. It is perfectly normal and expected. If one has a long term view of years rather than days and months then it provides serious wealth creation opportunities. Therefore we are calm during any such price action. It seems to bother you so maybe you should identify such opportunities and invest before the herd, P&D, usual suspects, speculators and traders decide to get involved.
bapodra_investments: The price seems to look like it may be turning. 'Higher Highs' and 'Higher Lows' still in play just about. I still see a higher share price and market cap for PIP. Nothing has changed my view. I did state that the sharper the rise, the sharper the fall. That is what we have just seen in the latest pull back and is perfectly normal in nano caps. I have seen it so many times but people get scared and want to take quick profits (which is fair enough). I like to look at the bigger picture and a more longer timeframe for the more larger profits over a number of years. This has served me well in the past and I am comfortable holding for a longer period rather than chase quick profits. I am comfortable holding even if the share price is declining because that is the nature of markets and price do not just travel upwards like many would like them to. That is the reality.
bapodra_investments: Terminator - I don't think PIP is overvalued. It depends on how you are valuing it. The market is forward looking and is discounting say 6 months into the future. We know QM Systems is going to earn around £7.5m alone in the next 12 months. With a market cap of only £8m and I am not even including all the other subsidiaries then on what basis do you think this is overvalued fluff? I still think PIP is undervalued and I see the share price and market cap growing should Ventive and QM Systems come up with something special on the heat pumps. We do not have all the details at this moment in time so patience will be the name of the game but based on future potential I do not think PIP is overvalued at all.
bapodra_investments: 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: Currently £7.4m market cap but I really do not think £10m market cap shorter term is unreasonable. In fact even a £20m - £30m market cap on future revenue potential would not be an unreasonable premium/multiple to attach to the share price. We have to be realistic and honest. PIP is not going to have a higher market cap than above this year unless speculators, traders and the herd arrive and pump the share price up. I believe PIP has the potential for a much higher share price and market cap but that will be next year and the year after. Not this year. PIP will easily justify its current market cap when the next set of results are released.
bapodra_investments: RNS out this morning. Nick Field, MD of QM Systems has exercised options over 500,000 shares at a price of 3.75p. These options will have been taken when the share price was a lot lower and based on the where the share price is one could argue it is deserved. As long as PIP's revenues and profits are increasing and so too is the share price I do not think any further announcements on the options/warrants will have too much if hardly any impact on the share price. Of course the case would be different if the opposite was happening and the revenues/profits were declining and share price was declining then I think it would have a far more negative impact on the share price.
bapodra_investments: Nico - You may want to look at Sabien Technology Group (SNT). I am surprised you are not in Marechale Capital PLC (MAC). Pires Investments PLC (PIRI) is another one which you should look at as you are in Blue Star Capital PLC. In my view PIRI is a much better proposition that BLU. I am accumulating shares in PIRI at the moment as I think most of the downside is priced in and share price/market cap looks very interesting/attractive right now. Coinsilium which is my worst investment in my whole portfolio but still showing a profit because I bought around 12 months before I bought Argo and I have been an investor for 5 years. It could finally be about to demonstrate something significant to the markets (if not I will be out on next spike upwards like BLU). You are not in KR1 PLC which if it was not for ARB's share price performance would have been my best performer in the past 12 months. Of course we are both in PIP, JLH and ARB. I really like to get in early when share price is low, market cap is low and we begin to see a breakout or some form of trend potential materialising. I then need the confidence/conviction in the company itself that it has the potential to deliver revenues and profits in the future and that they could be more than what they are doing at the time of investing. After that I make decisions based on price action. I let the price action guide me on whether to buy more shares, whether to sell, etc.
bapodra_investments: Nico - The way we will know if traders have sold out or not is if the price sharply dips. That would not happen if serious long term investors are holding for the true market cap to materialise and for that investors will need to hold until the next set of final results. I suspect there are some trend followers on board and they will only exit their trades on a trend reversal. I am a trend following trader myself but I am not trading PIP. I am an investor in PIP so my methodology is different though I do like to accumulate more shares on dips in a rising trend. For me that strategy works like a treat when I want to 'maximise' my profits. I like to buy more shares as the price is rising (most difficult thing to do for many)and pyramid upwards. I will occasionally average down if I am out on my timing and I am in a loss but I want to bring my average down because I am confident the company will turn it around or I think a price spike is coming and I can exit. I did the latter with both Vela and BLU. I saw the BLU spike coming and I saw the fall coming so exiting with a profit for me was pretty simple. I cannot see £1.00 share price for PIP in the next 12 months simply because PIP is so much under the radar for investors/traders that there would not be enough demand for the shares to take it to that price level. In 2-3 years time if PIP can really ramp up revenues. The key is recurring revenues. When a company can generate recurring revenues which are increasing year on year then bingo but this is difficult to sustain. If PIP can manage it then yes. 50p share price is possible with further positive/news announcements within next 12 months as I th
bapodra_investments: Nico115 - It is good to read that you are still an investor in PIP as I think there is much more to come in the share price in due course once the correction is over and the share price consolidates. Some people think a share price should continue going up and up and cannot fathom why the share price would correct and decline the way it has with PIP. The price action and dip/correction is perfectly normal and any experienced investor/trader worth their salt should expect it and be prepared for it.
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