Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Simigon Ltd. LSE:SIM London Ordinary Share IL0010991185 ORD ILS0.01 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.25p +13.51% 10.50p 10.00p 11.00p - - - 0 07:30:33
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 3.9 -0.6 -1.6 - 5.00

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01/10/2016
17:55
poster on iii 15:17 Re: Small free float - ready to go SIM.L charlie51 I met the management at an investors meeting - one of a series organised by finnCap for their clients and IIs following the results. The session was based on a 40 minutes or so presentation of the H1 results. Nothing in the session could be described as being 'inside'. The transition to SaaS from the on premise paradigm is common place these days as companies seek to smooth revenue profiles, make life more predictable and satisfy the market's understandable desire for greater predictability and visibility. SIM would say they have flagged this up - they have, but it has been rather discreet (hence my comments on the need for better IR). The main points I would stress here are: The move to a recurring revenue model is progressing well. The company's pipeline is the best it has ever been. They are successfully diversifying into areas other than military centric simulation. The company is moving to a model where it is looking to 'prime' contracts rather than be the sub (ie increasing control in all that it does) I have repeatedly stressed to the CEO the need for a proper IR plan. I am not alone in doing this. I believe they agree it needs to be done, and are looking to act sooner than later. If there is one immediate example of this it is for the H1 presentation to be placed on the company website! It is not and it should be. There is no doubt in my mind that the CEO is a very competent individual who has a real grasp on his business - he just does not communicate it! I have suggested forums such as ShareSoc, Mello, Shares etc .,. Hopefully, this will happen - not to mention some proper IR related PR. The PR is lousy at present. Niche company, and a very interesting one, but too discreet for its own good!
loobrush
30/9/2016
17:36
The bottom TA thingy is volume. Maybe 13% ish of the MKT Cap in one day.
melodrama
30/9/2016
17:29
Took profits
nw99
30/9/2016
16:06
Took 65k at 24.75p...
multibagger
30/9/2016
16:03
Looking at the long term chart, this is a significant break of the downtrend and could see this rise to late 30's in a hurry.
the big fella
30/9/2016
15:52
Hi Melodrama, Good to see you back here. I agree that it is intriguing....I have put in a buy order just now.
multibagger
30/9/2016
15:13
Late buy of 50k there. I have bought back in after selling SIM as a nice few bagger a year or three ago. Not my 50k i hasten to add! There is , as they say, "Something going on here today"!
melodrama
30/9/2016
14:01
I tried a dummy buy but cannot get more than 10k on an automated deal...always been ill liquid, but despite volumes traded today, still tight. Wonder what's up ?
multibagger
30/9/2016
13:47
Hopefully the trades today are the final tranche of shares sold by Jarvis Investment Management. Together with the Yorkville holding they have been responsible (IMO) for the overhang on the stock since May of last year. Onwards and upwards from here!
foxman14
30/9/2016
13:41
Intresting volumes likely to trigger a holdings RNS - more importantly someone (possibly a new insti) lapping up the shares. Let's see....
multibagger
30/9/2016
13:05
It's completely immaterial - 401,000 shares equate to around £80k between them all. And they wouldn't necessarily know about institutional or other share dealing to come anyway.
rivaldo
30/9/2016
12:46
What is going on here.Only a couple of days ago the directors all exercised options and bought more shares.Looking at that RNS it appears to me the exercise price was 20.5p (perhaps someone could confirm that my reading is correct) If so it would imply that they are aware that something is in the offing and they want to fill their boots before the share price really moves ? Share trades today also indicate this.
loobrush
30/9/2016
12:03
Great to see the share price marked up on such volumes. I can't see a shareholding precisely matching today's trades - should see an RNS today or Monday.
rivaldo
30/9/2016
11:52
LOL, just the 6m+ so far. Shares moving to safer hands perhaps signalling the start of a re-rating.
the big fella
30/9/2016
11:47
Not much volume today?
pj 1
21/9/2016
10:47
Interesting to see the latest list of major shareholders from the SIM web site as of a few days ago - 63% is tied up in these hands. Great in particular to see Herald with 9.9%. With Yorkville now finally completely out, having sold 4.6m shares in the last year or so, perhaps the way is clear for a decent share price advance on any further contract/partnership news: Date of information: September 12, 2016 Major Shareholders A. Vizer / A. Vizer Holding Ltd 21.70% Jeffrey Braun 12.83% Herald Investment Management Ltd 9.90% Green Venture Capital Ltd 6.02% Jarvis Investment Management Ltd 4.75% Guy Poran 4.46% Shroder Euroclear Nominees Ltd 3.36%
rivaldo
20/9/2016
14:55
Having bought some of these as a potential growth share, the dividend is neither here nor there - I'm not going to console myself with that and also, the business is not big enough for funds to chase it for the dividend and push the share price up. Why hold so much cash anyway ? Is there a credible and crucial reason for it ? Low share price rating + lots of cash is a recipe for a non-hostile t/o imo, out of which someone could do very very well. Effectively a float that builds up the business and cash, which then goes off the market, providing a nice return. More than one way to crack an egg etc...
yump
19/9/2016
13:55
SIM pay a dividend every year. They paid 0.6 cents last year and are forecast to pay a 0.7 cent dividend this year - that's around a 4%-5% return over the last couple of years on say a 20p share price. Which is rather more than just technical when it pitches up in my bank account :o)) And they've been promising acquisitions for a while now. Maybe they're picky, which is fine by me. If and when it happens, then there's likely to be a very quick share price mark-up, at which point it will be too late to have invested. In the meantime, the share price takes no account whatsoever of the cash and receivables. Whatever the market might value this at, approaching £9m of such liquid assets are certainly worth a great deal more thn nothing.
rivaldo
19/9/2016
13:27
Sitting on cash doesn't count if they sit on it forever. I've lost count of how many times 'look at all the cash' comments appear and I can't count how many times I've seen the cash come into my account in some form (either earnings from acquisitions or dividends) - mainly because I can't remember a single time. Current p/e seems fair to me until they do something with the growth rate or the cash. The cash is just a technical detail in the accounts if nothing is done with it.
yump
19/9/2016
11:25
Finncap retain their 45p target here: Http://www.fiscalstandard.com/2016/09/19/shares-of-simigon-ltd-lonsim-rated-as-corporate-by-analysts-at-finncap/
rivaldo
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