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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Quartix Holdings Plc LSE:QTX London Ordinary Share GB00BLZH2C83 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% 470.00 460.00 480.00 470.00 470.00 470.00 11,885 08:00:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 25.6 6.5 11.3 41.6 225

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/4/2016
09:51
what a ridiculous share. I have been trying to sell around £1k worth of shares in last 3 days and I do not get a chance to do so. Anyone else experienced it?
traderpawel
10/4/2016
09:44
Quartix query: I have read many reports, comments and listened to interviews.  I am particularly impressed by the Beddard reporting of:  limiting features to those important to 80% of customers and the comment about temperature measurement. It would seem to me, however, that software processing of data into a form that is immediately usable by a company's back office for the purpose of feeding into routine accounting processes does not carry the same overhead and would embed the product more deeply in the customer’s business. I am interested to know whether this is (an important) part of Quartix’ business or whether I am whistling dixie. Sunday response from Walters: Our goal is to try to find ways of achieving that without it involving our key designers – so this is the thinking behind our suite of application programming interfaces (“APIs”) which we are calling “QWS” (Quartix Web Services). Interestingly we are using the same outsourced software development consultants to help in the development of those as we used for our mobile apps for iOS and Android, and I am hoping then that they, and other software consultancies, will be able to carry out integration work for some larger customers. If we decided to contribute to the cost it is at least a known cost and not a burden on our development team. One great example of this is Transports Jacquemmoz, who used their own software consultancy to link an earlier version of our API to their own task scheduling software. There is a case study on our French site, although unfortunately it does not touch on that point. But the point is that we are quite deeply embedded in their operations and, as they are our largest customer in France, this is reasonably reassuring: hxxps://www.quartix.fr/nouvelles/etude-de-cas-transports-jacquemmoz/ apad
apad
07/4/2016
15:16
Beat me to it MW - doesn't he write well. Pleased to see PHD is ignoring my doubts. apad
apad
04/4/2016
11:08
Kenneth Giles and Andrew Kirk have sold a total of 215,000 Ordinary Shares and 480,072 Ordinary Shares respectively at a price of 347 pence per Ordinary Share on 1 April 2016 to meet institutional demand. Following the share sale Mr Giles' and Mr Kirk's beneficial holdings are 2,371,800 Ordinary Shares and 5,009,853 Ordinary Shares respectively representing approximately 5.02% and 10.59% of the Company's issued Ordinary Share capital.
apad
02/4/2016
18:30
No problem, H. I detest all the recipes and guru-led investing mantras. Mine's the Fairport Convention model :-) apad
apad
02/4/2016
18:05
Fair enough APAD thanks for sharing
hydrus
02/4/2016
17:56
I respect your research, b. apad
apad
02/4/2016
17:48
It's a characteristic of the way I work, H. I call it the stairway model. Initial holdings are always small and I increase as I get to believe more of my own research. Hopefully they also get to grow on their own. It's not unusual for me to buy a share fifteen or twenty times. Here's the distribution:-0 14.9% 13.6% 7.1% 7.7% 7.6% 5.6% 5.4% 5.1% 4.5% 4.4% 4.2% 3.8% 3.1% 3.0% 1.2% 1.4% 1.1% 1.1% 0.9% 1.0% 0.9% 0.7% 0.4% 0.3% 0.4% 0.3% 0.3%
apad
02/4/2016
16:19
I had the same points Apad, what RouteMonkey offers is route planning which was missing from TRAK and now makes the product complete. besides the existing contracts they had with BMW, Yodel, TNT etc they just signed 3 new contracts in the last month: multi year extension of Iceland Foods and new contracts with Avanti Gas and GSG group. I expect RM to be delivering heavily to the bottom line in the financial year that started yesterday. On top of that we have the new US contract for 25,000 devices, the AA extension and opening of their B2b clients to TRAK as well as insurance policies going from high to high, where our best margins are. Do your own research but TRAK has a lot going for them and RM is only a small part of it. DCS, BOX very successful acquisitions and contributing to overall success, no reason RM won't be the same.
blondeamon
02/4/2016
15:40
0.9%! What's the point APAD, it's just a rounding error. I guess my portfolio might be a tad more concentrated than yours.....
hydrus
02/4/2016
14:46
TRAK has booked multiple contracts since last results and on top doubled their telematics insurance policies with Direct Line. Results will be quite good IMO, there's always risk with AIM companies but there is still huge doubt around TRAK because of TW and his unfounded article. Since there have been no news since, everyone is waiting. The recent share price rise means the market now feels more comfortable and this could go back to 3£ before the results, while I see 4£ for full year end. If you had a good run here and like the telematics sector, it's time to take profits and move on to the next winner. That's TRAK. All IMO/DYOR, very long and biased.
blondeamon
30/3/2016
19:29
Been wrong before, H :-) apad
apad
30/3/2016
19:10
Hmm I suspect you are wrong on TRAK. Still expensive here for sure.
hydrus
30/3/2016
18:52
Ordinary shareholders bailing out, en masse, still, - interesting. Poor performance from TRAK (which I expect) could well trigger a further exit from QTX. Hard to see what will cause a change in sentiment in the short term. on sit hands (rearrange). apad
apad
29/3/2016
19:43
Such a lot of competition out there. Quartix TCSV10 Vehicle Tracking Unit on amazon.com but no reviews :-) apad
apad
29/3/2016
14:52
Best timing to move into TRAK for those looking for an alternative riser in telematics. Sorry to mention this again here, I am also looking at QTX but it's way overvalued right now, although a quality company. I'd consider an entry at 3-3.2£ or close but for now with TRAK publishing in 23 days, my money are there.
blondeamon
29/3/2016
14:09
Lots of O sales based on Paul Scott's view I reckon. Plus of course a stellar valuation waiting for a trigger. apad
apad
29/3/2016
13:56
Why the sell off?
gswredland
20/3/2016
12:33
TRAK brought me out in a rash. Acquisitions and posy management is what I remember - and that haircut! Also biased :-) Good luck, b. apad
apad
20/3/2016
12:04
TRAKM8 about to go in the same parabolic rise as QTX when they post results next month. Already ahead of expectations and new AA contract signed. Insurance offerings with DLG and Marmalade doubled or more. Keeping an eye here but too highly rated for me, TRAK is a bargain right now at current pricer thanks to that moron TW. A blessing in disguise as it made some wonderful opportunities for me but doesn't do the business any justice. A holder and biased so DYOR!
blondeamon
16/3/2016
20:03
Oooh, your such a tart, S :-) apad
apad
16/3/2016
19:07
We have had a rather parabolic rise in recent weeks. The first sign of weakness this afternoon made me feel it is time to sell up for now and book some very nice profits. I hope to be back if I spot a good entry point. If the price runs away from me in the meantime, I shall be pleased for more-patient holders.
saucepan
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