Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Plexus Holdings Plc LSE:POS London Ordinary Share GB00B0MDF233 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.05 -1.59% 3.10 155 11:02:26
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
3.00 3.20 3.15 3.10 3.15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil Equipment Services & Distribution 2.02 -4.37 -4.48 3
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
08:53:15 O 155 3.21 GBX

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Plexus Daily Update: Plexus Holdings Plc is listed in the Oil Equipment Services & Distribution sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker POS. The last closing price for Plexus was 3.15p.
Plexus Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 3.10p and a 12 week average price of 3.10p.
The 1 year high share price is 14.70p while the 1 year low share price is currently 3.10p.
There are currently 100,435,744 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 233,508 shares. The market capitalisation of Plexus Holdings Plc is £3,113,508.06.
bluemango: At risk of doing a Charles Clore, and acknowledging this is totally off topic, so far since the beginning of this year I've managed to increase my annual dividend income by 40%, by occasionally switching holdings from low to higher yields whilst keeping to a manageable range of around 20 companies. If I'm lucky enough to be in a decent profit in any of them while the yield drops to below around 3.5% I will generally sell and buy into a higher yield - obviously avoiding if possible any 'yield traps'. Whilst clearly not infallible, you do wonder why more income seekers don't do this in a fairly active way. If all this sounds blindingly obvious, the change for me is having the discipline to sell a profitable holding even if I really admire the company and feel it's a solid prospect, with its only issue being the price running too far ahead of the yield e.g. Astrazeneca. Doesn't everyone do this if their sole priority is income?
varies: Hedgehog Thank for your your post on this thread, reviving it after 7 years. Like every other shareholder, so I suppose, I have heavy losses here. I thought the price was far too low at 10p ! The balance sheet looks reasonable but I am not sure that Plexus has enough working capital to take on a large order if it gets one. I will certainly look at the Pro-Active review. The Russian involvement has, of course, proved a disaster through no fault of the company and it seems difficult now to believe that Plexus paid 100p per share when it bought out Gusar's 5% stake some years ago. Everything looked so different then.
dominiccummings: #9235 the last Breakfast Club was just before the Platinum thingy, it's history now! (I believe the rules to demand the result of a historical Breakfast Club meeting are that it can be demanded only if more than 15% of the POS BB posters write to Tom who in his wisdom would then call a vote)
elpirata: goatherd 24 May '22 - 18:57 - 20009 of 20010 0 2 0 Some people say they cannot believe that posts here can affect the share price. The difference between them and me is that I have evidence. In around 2003 someone ("LBD"( posted a fairly minor news item. Within 20 minutes the Proteome share price ("PRM") had dropped over 10%. So why? The news wax that the CEO Mr CJ Pearce was going on a fortnight' holiday.
emigna2020: De filtered alert MichaelG1 Member since: 19 Mar 2003 Free 61,581 posts and all about a POS. Surely someone must have become his mate after all his efforts ? Sad case!
monte1: #7524 Aye RIP - although I note that there are still some avatars viewing administration as a likely positive for the share price.
tom barnaby: Arraws. I note that some avatars posting on the undug hole in teh ground thread are up in arms over the latest dilution, as 'in just a few weeks time' the share price will be many multiples of todays price. Surely the writing is on the wall that 'the deal' aint 'appening.
monte1: Aye, some of the loons actually believe that RNS’s are a conspiracy to keep the share price artificially low.
hedgehog 100: POS's POS-GRIP patent has a 20-year life, and pre-dates its 2005 floatation, so should be expiring soon or relatively soon. 09/12/2005 08:00 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) First day of Dealings on AIM LSE:POS Plexus Holdings Plc " ... Plexus, who also have an office in London and a presence in Houston, Texas has developed and patented a method of engineering for oil and gas field wellheads and connectors, named POS-GRIP(TM), which involves deforming one tubular member against another to effect gripping and sealing. In addition to applying the POS-GRIP technology to conventional fields, as oil and gas exploration and production shifts to more extreme operational environments in response to increasing demand, the Directors recognise that there is a significant marketing opportunity in unconventional fields. At the issue price of 59 pence per share, the Company raised #11.0 million before expenses through an institutional placing of 18,644,068 ordinary shares. On Admission and at the issue price the market capitalisation will be approximately #47.3 million. ..." 22/11/2021 07:00 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Plexus Holdings Plc Preliminary Results LSE:POS Plexus Holdings Plc " ... CHAIRMAN'S STATEMENT ... Plexus' primary and core strength is its patented POS-GRIP Intellectual Property ('IP'), together with the broad family of products and associated equipment, which is enabled by this technology. Although individual product patents inevitably expire over time, importantly continuations and ongoing R&D form a key part of our ongoing IP strategy, and of course it is the body of additional registered IP, including new apparatus and method patents which we file, together with unregistered and confidential test results, know-how and experience which give us the ability to continue to supply uniquely different friction grip technology. ..."
varies: I am a little disappointed to see that Liontrust has just sold another 1 million shares reducing its stake to about 12 million shares or 12%. So there is likely to be no shortage of stock available and we may need to see Plexus announce some more orders before the share price makes further progress. I still see the share price as very attractive.
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