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
  0.01 0.23% 4.31 4.25 4.35 4.35 4.30 4.33 2,571,172 16:35:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 17.2 -20.2 -1.2 - 145

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21/11/2019
21:24
great article as ever by safe stocks. . next bit of decent but expected news (ie aviation or auto contact) will be a catalyst for a significant rerating of the share price.
seans66
21/11/2019
15:37
Good article www.safestocks.co.uk
seeing2020
21/11/2019
13:10
If there wasnt always a seller the share price would be increasing, simple. It will slip down again over time unless there is a big announcement and even then will we hit 5p? All the current contracts are so far away.
blackpudding13
21/11/2019
10:23
I have tracked the II shareholders since 2018, (shame I did not before)as notified by the company On 17th December 2018 it was: VS International Venture 12.10 Independent Investment Trust 4.37 Legal & General Investment Management 4.24 Miton Asset Management 3.95 Herald Investment Management 3.62 Lombard Odier Investment Managers 2.77 Polar Capital 2.22 On 30th April 2019 it was: VS International Venture 12.10 Lombard Odier Asset Management (Europe) 10.69 Independent Investment Trust 5.05 Legal & General Investment Management 4.24 Miton Asset Management 3.95 Herald Investment Management 3.62 Polar Capital 2.22 Updated on 7th June : VS International Venture 12.10 Lombard Odier Asset Management (Europe) 12.01 Independent Investment Trust 5.05 Legal & General Investment Management 4.24 Miton Asset Management 3.95 Herald Investment Management 3.62 Polar Capital 2.22 On 27 September 2019 : Lombard Odier Asset Management (Europe) 13.28 VS International Venture 12.29 Herald Investment Management 5.43 Independent Investment Trust 4.46 Fidelity International 3.30 Legal & General Investment Management 3.21 Miton Asset Management 3.95 On 11th October 2019 : Lombard Odier Asset Management (Europe) 15.18 VS International Venture 12.29 Herald Investment Management 5.43 Independent Investment Trust 4.46 Fidelity International 3.30 Legal & General Investment Management 3.21 Miton Asset Management 3.95
zero the hero
21/11/2019
10:17
Black, HH sold down over a long, long period getting down to 11% and the remainder were taken up by one II who still hold. If there is a queue of sellers then why has each of our main holders increased in 2019? Only Independent have sold down a small amount (prior to this week). The 2%+ were traded in a short time period on the open market, it means nothing except someone is keen to take those shares contrasting with 2017 sharply The second part of your statement is fair enough.
zero the hero
20/11/2019
22:17
Last time was HH with 18% of the company and it was desperate, it was only cleared when rumours of a takeover were obviously heard by the right people cos we have many more contracts than last year. It just seems to be a que of sellers with this share any decent news and theres a dump and the share price doesnt rise and when theres no news it drops. We have been fed promises of aviation news shortly and RFQs are still live, licensing deals too which have kept the interest of investors but for how long? Where is the holdings rns? Chunky amounts of shares changing hands and I can only assume they are going to an existing ii.
blackpudding13
20/11/2019
15:00
I hope to leave a small amount invested in the company or until the company is bought out which will happen next year. I would be happier if SEE survived as an independent entity but the directors are far too greedy.
zero the hero
20/11/2019
13:56
The news & momentum behind a rise in our share price to an acceptable level for you to sell may ,then ,compel you so wait a while longer .I would be delighted with 15p but will have to assess our prospects should we ever hit that lofty target as I may then feel momentum is building & 20p is possible -the paradox of fear & greed
base7
20/11/2019
13:14
And there lies the problem as a PI SEE investor ….. great prospects here but a good lesson why I'll sell up and go back to trading once this comes to a decent share price next year.
zero the hero
20/11/2019
13:11
It was 11/9/18 that an RNS announced that we had "signed an agreement with 1 customers & are in advanced discussions with a number of other companies at the forefront of autonomous vehicle development".No numbers were provided. 10/6/19 it was announced that a self driving car company had signed a BdMS deal for A$2.2mill
base7
20/11/2019
12:30
We were told we were in discussions with several potential clients regarding Bdms over a year ago so lets hope that todays announcement will compel those investing billions in autonomous vehicles to invest a "little " more with view to ensuring safety for all concerned & lets also hope that the discussions were advanced such that contracts can be rapidly concluded & signed. It is also now almost 5 months since PM advised us to expect major Aviation fairly soon & , as ever, time is drifting by. I still consider that 2020 will be a pivotal year for us, hopefully following a strong trading update early in Jan, but it would be great if 2019 could end with a deal announcing flourish , to encourage us ahead of the New Year !
base7
20/11/2019
09:44
US National Transportation Safety Board Recommends Driver Monitoring. "Seeing Machines is particularly pleased with the second recommendation released by NTSB which refers to the requirement for 'adequate monitoring of vehicle operator engagement, if applicable'. Paul McGlone, CEO of Seeing Machines commented, "Seeing Machines launched its Guardian Back-up driver Monitoring System (BdMS) last year designed specifically to monitor, and respond to, the attention state of a back-up driver in an autonomous test vehicle." more.....
skinny
20/11/2019
08:25
Utter rubbish
zero the hero
19/11/2019
20:48
Looking through the past few years of news, 10s of millions of share awards have been given to directors and staff over the past four years. These vest over 1, 2 and 3 years. Given the share price's lack of movement over the last month it's possible these were being worked through. If that's what has happened then there wouldn't be an RNS although it would be pretty damning insight from the staff as to the future prospects of SEE!
cfb2
19/11/2019
17:11
Last time we had a big seller the share price shot up to 12p
dc74
19/11/2019
12:13
I guess so Zero, but certainly the mood had changed and that’s fundamental here... we needed that momentum and then it paused, and now reversed. I can’t see how the drop relates to not winning a contract etc, I struggle to see how these were priced in anyway. If it’s an II clearing the books then so be it, they all have investment criteria to follow.... And also, let’s not forget someone is buying them.... so my worry now is whether Lombard are trying to up the stake to force some kind of buy out etc.. then I would be p1ssed.
rjcdc
19/11/2019
11:01
Not really depressing, just the market. The 29m sold this morning could (underline could) be the seller closing out as the MM's have let the price bounce back. A good buying opportunity for the astute. I am miffed though as this took away my slim profits again.
zero the hero
19/11/2019
10:56
Brutal sell-off taking place by someone. Of course when the shares are only 4p each, the actual numbers can look alarming without representing huge capital sums (certainly in Institutional terms) but it definitely spooks some private investors who follow the sale pattern and further undermine the price-which begins to look as though it could soon start with a 3.Depressing for many of us rather used to disappointment after disappointment in the last 18 months at least.
tarrant777
19/11/2019
10:05
Strange time for a sell off ,following the positive business update ,CMD & a couple of positive interviews -all of which inferred that our short term (apart from long term ) future looked bright.Hopefully our underlying position remains positive & our share price weakness has been caused by manipulative mischief.I doubt whether a panic RNS ,2 weeks after the positive rhetoric ,would help although positive contract news (RFQs,Fleet,Aviation) May hell & the optimists amongst us can still hope for Aviation news on the back of the Dubai Air Show
base7
19/11/2019
09:55
There was no trigger for HH to sell in 2017 but they did and the big rise happened after they were cleared. It would not surprise me that Independent are selling out, when we last had visibility they had reduced their holding. Just the market buying and selling, nothing else. RJCDC not all signs were positive though, no real news against the back-drop of PM fluffing the Aviation deal with his "shortly" statement. Investors are nervous and confidence will remain so until the BoD delivers on its assertions.
zero the hero
19/11/2019
09:55
Hmmmm and the AGM imminent. The silence is deafening!
skinny
19/11/2019
09:30
There was no trigger for this fall so I’m baffled... only explanation i can think of is a fund has decided they need to sell up and move on. All signals were positive...
rjcdc
18/11/2019
17:27
not good , thats for sure
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