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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
SHEARWATER GROUP PLC LSE:SWG London Ordinary Share GB00B00T3528 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.025p -0.88% 2.80p 575,401 12:56:32
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2.75p 2.85p 2.825p 2.80p 2.825p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 4.45 -2.06 -0.22 53.3

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Shearwater Daily Update: SHEARWATER GROUP PLC is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SWG. The last closing price for Shearwater was 2.83p.
SHEARWATER GROUP PLC has a 4 week average price of 2.60p and a 12 week average price of 2.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 6.35p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2.50p.
There are currently 1,903,679,138 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 843,475 shares. The market capitalisation of SHEARWATER GROUP PLC is £53,303,015.86.
channel pirate: Hierarch what you say does make sense, however, SWG are a "new start-up" as you will be well aware, as were the likes of Microsoft, Apple etc years ago when they stared up, and never had their own mega security structures I feel sure. My View (for what it's worth): Shearwater do risk finding it hard going being up against bigger and more established security companies I am sure, but if every new "start-up" were to think - ah there are bigger and better companies doing this already - then there would be no "new blood" coming into the arena. One advantage Shearwater has as a new "start-up company" is the pedigree / knowledge / experience of security that the assembled (and still assembling) Board of Directors have amassed over the years they have been engaged with other companies. They have now come together to share their knowledge etc, in hopefully building their own successful Business Group in the Cyber Security arena, which will obviously take some time (Rome was not built in a day so as to say). By investing now in Shearwater Group at this small share price is a big risk for any of us small pi's, but if the gamble comes off (for both Shearwater and us) we will of all made a nice return on our investment in the future. I have a current holding of circa 1M shares. c.p.
rockstar10: I agree with your analysis 2lb. Just a couple of observations in addition. It looks like Secure Envoy and Consulting are chugging along nicely and are probably putting cash into the rest of the group. So that implies large investment into Geolang, IT Services and Managed Services. Interested in overseas expansion as I am always in favour of fixing the home base first. Overseas can burn lots of cash for little reward when you are starting out. I think the management urgently needs to tidy up the numbers because these days clients look at the financial standing of who they are buying from and this will impact sales ability. To be honest if this was aFTSE350 some of the management would be gone by now. And finally out of the cynics pot. You will know when the share price is near bottom because they will start issuing share options to that very deserving management 😂
rockstar10: I am with 2lb on where the share price is heading in the short term. I expect over the next couple of sets of results we probably will see little progress in profitability as revenue increases will probably be set off against a growth in central costs. Not unusual with acquisition profile. As for share consolidation I would be careful what you wish for. Given how long the shares we suspended on the last fund raising who knows what could happen on a consolidation 😂
channel pirate: O.K. nm, I think you may have misunderstood what I was saying, so to clarify:- Mr Woodford is NOT selling any Shearwater shares. Mr Woodford has though been selling shares from the funds he manages in order to reconcile the withdrawals from those funds. I was only putting forward my reasoning why, as an illustrative purpose only, after the sale of 3 x 100K Shearwater shares, by whoever, could have been the reason for the dip in the price of Shearwater share price yesterday.
cheekyfella: Could be cp I'm not that bothered about the short term trading picture in SWG. What's going to drive the share price north here is robust and profitable business development over time along with more acquisitions of cash generative cutting edge companies.
rockstar10: Surely the key to a significant uptick in share price is improving the profitability of the various acquisitions. It remains to be seen if the management of the business can achieve this in a sensible timeframe. Until then I don’t expect big moves upwards in price.
channel pirate: Looks like most here have their "sensible heads" on today and are waiting to see what happens next with the share price before trading - me included.
butler4: The thing about cyber/computer company share prices is that they don't seem to make sense - I follow a few of them - the business numbers don't make sense - many are losing money big time, have enormous debt, though have massive positive share price that continues to grow. If they we in manufacturing they'd be bust
cheekyfella: £50,000 is a lot of money. cash positive + growing order book = increased share price could be a punt on SWG popping back up to 5p - that would provide a nice £10k profit if the intention of the 1.3 m buyer is to make a quick profit too rich for me though - I'm here for the long term with this one
cheekyfella: There has been a 1 million buy order worked through this week which took 48 hours & a clever tree shake by MMs to loosen some stock - but the order has now been filled. Key news is expected in Q3 regarding a pivotal acquisition - a company with a best in class resilient platform - perfect fit for the strategy of the company and will be earnings enhancing from day one. Buy the dips is my strategy here. The wider economic picture is the only real negative in respect of the near/mid term future for SWGs share price - but then that's the same for all equities. GLA
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