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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Seeing Machines Limited LSE:SEE London Ordinary Share AU0000XINAJ0 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.15p -4.17% 3.45p 3.40p 3.50p 3.60p 3.45p 3.60p 1,731,072 08:30:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 17.2 -20.2 -1.2 - 79.00

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/7/2019
08:52
I was right yesterday ! I called it right ! It was a P&D exercise. Today it's "chip paper" worthless
peterbarnet
16/7/2019
06:48
Proactive interview last week inferred that FY19 had been on track & referred to Fleet installations in excess of 16k(16k being target for 30/6)& an imminent Aviation contract .Still in the frame for 5 RFQs (+ Japanese contracts) but we know that the industry is currently in state of major change which is likely to be delaying contracts until the autos have decided on their longer term strategies .SEE remains very high risk but the prospective rewards are much higher at 3p* than they will be @ 15p + & I would rather be heavily invested now (& currently close to break even ) than buying in @ 15p+ when our future success is clearer .Good luck All
base7
16/7/2019
06:37
They raised over £30mill a couple of months ago, you plank.
davemac3
16/7/2019
05:44
Is that 1 quid ?
peterbarnet
15/7/2019
21:46
What's cash burn here ? Could there be a PLACING ?
peterbarnet
15/7/2019
21:08
cfb, So not upfront?
supersonico
15/7/2019
20:38
I've failed getting a definitive answer from SEE but usual for installation costs to be recouped over the duration of contract.
cfb2
15/7/2019
19:19
cfb, Indeed a positive EOY RNS will I agree be critical for confidence to be rebuilt. I don't know better regarding the Telematics costs but I'd be interested to know why you believe they are upfront?.
supersonico
15/7/2019
19:19
Rather than a mug, perhaps a cup and handle when the time is right! SEE
hazl
15/7/2019
19:04
Only MUGS punting on this GUTTER STOCK! Wake up and smell the coffee! lol this will be SUB 1p soon
peterbarnet
15/7/2019
18:33
hazl: I was invested in SEE for a number of years and sold after the announcement of the last funding. I knew the funding was coming but was surprised by the lack of support from institutional investors. Combine that with the news of departures by senior staff. People don't leave a company if they think their share holdings are imminently going to be worth something. Anyway, I hope your investment/risk timing is better than me as I made a loss when I sold! supersonico: Good question. I'll be looking closely at their EoY RNS to see whether fleet revenue really has improved. Long term telematics should produce a regular steady income but I believe costs are upfront to SEE, unless you know better?
cfb2
15/7/2019
17:28
Cfb, How do you view what looks like a recovery in the Fleet vertical with the compounding revenues and new Telematics partnerships?. Mix Telematics etc
supersonico
15/7/2019
17:06
What I find sometimes is that it's never quite the right time cfb2, and then if you're anything like me ....you forget all about it and the stock goes up with out you. Anyway there are always highs and lows in these kind of stocks. Let's hope all this speculation gets us somewhere!
hazl
15/7/2019
16:54
The RNS clearly states the Volvo contract has not been awarded yet. A modicum of ambiguity was added by using the phrase "...no award has been confirmed." along with the speculation that SEE "doth protest too much" and also took the opportunity to remind investors it's not just waiting on Volvo. Personally I interpreted the RNS as SEE are still in the running, clearly good news, as well as other potential wins. Prior to KK leaving he had expected a few contracts to be signed before the end of June and I'm sure Volvo was one of them. However, what we have seen so far is a limited rollout of the technology in a range of car models and I'd expect Volvo to follow this line with sub-£10m value. I'm expecting a trading update next month and my worry is the decision timeline for manufacturers combined with the contract values and SEE's burnrate will make sobering reading with the likelihood of another round of funding. I'm not currently invested as I consider the risk too high at the moment. Another area I've seen investors commenting on is SEE "under reporting" contract values. I think this is SEE being prudent, unlike some of their competitors, as they expect manufacturers to roll out the technology onto other models but we'll be looking at 5+ years for that to happen.
cfb2
15/7/2019
15:44
The lads down the pub are going to SHORT this all the way back down to SUB 1p
peterbarnet
15/7/2019
15:43
It's starting to retrace now
peterbarnet
15/7/2019
15:43
Yes "simples" but a MUG like you can't understand that can you?
peterbarnet
15/7/2019
15:29
Mike pure and simple this is a turkey, it's dropped from 12p to current level. It's in the GUTTER NOW, only MUGS taking a stake here. You'd have more chance of betting on a 3 legged greyhound
peterbarnet
15/7/2019
15:13
Peter I have thoroughly researched, communicated with with and invested in this company for the past 6 years. I would be genuinely interested in hearing which parts of your research lead us to different conclusions over their future prospects?
warrior mike
15/7/2019
14:46
This is a GUTTER STOCK NOW! It's over valued and SUB 1p fairer value IMHO
peterbarnet
15/7/2019
13:55
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