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
  +0.00p +0.00% 7.50p 7.00p 8.00p - - - 0 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 3.9 -0.6 -1.6 - 4

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16/10/2016
13:47
Indeed so would I, can I suggest you ask the Finance Director the question, who can be reached here:Efim@simigon.com :-)
dgwinterbottom
16/10/2016
13:14
yump, I'll be interested to hear how they reply.
gnnmartin
16/10/2016
09:05
I made some good money on IOF and CBUY years ago but got out when they became "Religious Stocks" as you say.
melodrama
15/10/2016
18:39
yump, would you rather be in Moni, Iof, CBUY etc etc the list is endless, Jamtommorrow stocks on Aim. This has a demonstrable business model, loads of cash and someone is taking large chunks of shares. What more do you want! Chill man.
melodrama
15/10/2016
16:56
Wouldn't surprise me. Or it could be a gradual movement of shares to apparently unconnected parties who then join together to vote on a takeover. Now I've looked a little closer at the figures, its starting to wind me up. Particularly the last bit of this statement: "Looking ahead, blah, blah... The Board's confidence in its ability to deliver growth over the long term is demonstrated by the Company's continued annual dividend distribution". Well that's incredibly generous of them to continue it, isn't it ? Given they are awash with assets and have a massive asset/liability ratio, particularly cash.
yump
15/10/2016
16:55
Would have to notify via RNS
melodrama
15/10/2016
16:45
Could it be the Co buying its own shares? At such a low price they could reduce the shares in issue in turn raising the eps and trigger a bonus for Directors?
dgwinterbottom
15/10/2016
13:50
Yep, that day 2 weeks ago was around 13 % of the company, so we are due another notification I would think. The price moved up some 20% on that 2 week ago day though. The onus is the new owner / old owner to disclose, so still something "in the background" that needs notifying I would assume?
melodrama
15/10/2016
13:11
5% (2.5m shares) bought over the last 10 days. That is a lot, but twice that were dumped in 2 days just over a fortnight ago. Interesting that neither moved the price all that much. And it is surprising that we did not get notification of a change down in a major shareholding. We've had one change up, from 'not notifiable' to 6.8% at Axion before the recent purchases.
gnnmartin
15/10/2016
10:38
Another 100k at 25p reported late Friday on ADVFN
melodrama
15/10/2016
09:56
Patience dear boy, patience, I cannot think of any other Aim stocks with a business as good as Sim and wads of cash to boot, hence the big boys hoovering up on the quiet.
melodrama
14/10/2016
17:26
I can't, so I'll go with the positives. I do get the volume+rise thing. Each week I have a cynical Friday, before looking over a few possible stocks to invest in over the weekend. Helps me to avoid some bad stuff. Got these already though.
yump
14/10/2016
17:23
Please feel free to provide another explanation of volume and price behaviour, at your leisure
melodrama
14/10/2016
17:22
FYI the big blue candle on the right is volume. Quite telling who is buying and selling.
melodrama
14/10/2016
17:13
and presumably big boys selling as well, or have I totally misunderstood the stock market... (or already sold and mm's holding a pile of stock that they know they can sell). I know I'm not Sherlock Holmes, but I have, with very careful observation, noticed that the share price hasn't moved.
yump
14/10/2016
15:14
Yep definitely, big boys acquiring, whoever they are!
melodrama
14/10/2016
15:11
Another 100,000 bought today at 25p....all of this has to be some sort of institutional or corporate buying.
rivaldo
13/10/2016
08:52
Melodrama, Try Bateman Eng, Delek, Dori Media Group, Ki-Bi (Zone IP), Leadcom, Medgenics, Metal Tech, Mondial Eng, Nanette Real Est, Orpak, Polymer Logistics, QLI, Titanium, Visual Defence.
cockerhoop
13/10/2016
08:41
BTW, Pilat and Dmatek , mentioned previously , were both bought out , one by a VC, the other another Israeli concern.
melodrama
12/10/2016
11:06
yep, a no brainer.
melodrama
12/10/2016
10:44
Any thoughts as to what might be afoot? If anyone was to bid it would get most of the purchase price back by way of the cash would it not?
dgwinterbottom
12/10/2016
09:59
Cheers - that's a very big vote of confidence! No idea why it doesn't appear on m.o.n.e.y.a.m.
rivaldo
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