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 7.50p 7.50p 7.50p 0 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 3.9 -0.6 -1.6 - 4

Simigon Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/1/2017
15:33
Looks like news to come
battlebus2
09/1/2017
15:26
Sudden move up this afternoon - late Buy trades yet to be reported?
rivaldo
05/1/2017
15:57
Nice 100k buy at 19.75p this afternoon followed by another 20k buy at 20p.
rivaldo
02/1/2017
23:38
I appreciate the improved visibility of these longer term license deals. What I have issue with is whether that implies growth or not. Unfortunately those two things are often (not just here), talked about as if the first leads to the second automatically in due course. ie. is an ongoing licence deal going to produce more overall revenue than a lump in the first year, a drop in say years 2 and 3, a renewal in year 4, drop in year 5&6 etc. etc. Also I suppose the question arises as to whether a longer term licence deal is more secure than renewed and more frequent deals and if so, is that security actually a result of a lower total cost per year for the customer. They say that it will - I think that's all I have to go on really. Perhaps longer term licences just suit both parties from an admin. point of view.
yump
02/1/2017
18:47
yump, I've just been reading the interim report from September, and it includes the following: "SimiGon (strategy) may lead to lower revenue from these contracts in the early years, it is expected to give SimiGon much better revenue and profits visibility in the long term." Does that answer your objection?
gnnmartin
02/1/2017
14:32
Yump - can I suggest you email the CFO and ask him to clarify your points!!
dgwinterbottom
02/1/2017
13:58
I certainly think Lockheed Martin's new tie in with Pennant may have implications for SIM. The UK fighter training contract would have been something they could perhaps have go for themselves.Agree with you Yump that SIM's narrative doesn't ever seem to reflect the numbers. They also have an amazing ability to cut costs dramatically when Rev reduced to maintain increases in profitability. I wouldn't expect a company with their balance sheet and purported prospects to do that - they'd continue to invest through the cycle IMO.
cockerhoop
02/1/2017
11:31
It would be nice if they could make statements that are consistent with reality. For instance, this is not a typo: "SimiGon's capture of a growing share of the global market for simulation and training projects is allowing the Company to expand project scope and increase potential revenues." I'm assuming that is just generic padding, because their revenues are not going up. If they have a growing share, then with static revenues, the only conclusion that makes sense is that the value of the market is dropping. I don't think it can be explained by customers wanting longer term license deals in return for lower up front costs, because surely the annual market size would still be the same when averaged out. ie. when upfront revenue was higher, the following years would be lower, so their average would drop. ie. the market would be even over time. So the key question is: what timescale will it take for the licence deal revenues to bolster up the following years to show growth ? Recurring revenues are more stable and great, but not if customers have actually driven down the overall cost.
yump
30/12/2016
12:14
Gosh, nor had I, rivaldo. I hope I remember to look next year!
gnnmartin
30/12/2016
12:13
Rivaldo - perhaps in the interest of Investor relations we suggest they hold the AGM in the UK for 2017!!!
dgwinterbottom
30/12/2016
08:46
The AGM yesterday was uneventful as ever with all resolutions passed. Idiotically, I hadn't realised there was a dial-in facility to take part with. Maybe next year: Http://www.investegate.co.uk/simigon-limited--sim-/rns/result-of-agm/201612291512019903S/ The similarly succinct AGMs in the last three years have each been followed by positive trading statements in respectively, Jan, Feb and March. Let's hope for the same this time.
rivaldo
22/11/2016
11:18
Finncap have reiterated their 45p target price here: Http://newsden.net/analysts-price-targets/finncap-indicates-potential-109-3-increase-in-shares-of-simigon-ltd/157623
rivaldo
10/11/2016
12:40
Nice 40k buy at 23p caused a tick up. I'd have thought Trump's focus on increased defence spending would be good for SIM, with the likes of Lockheed Martin, the US Air Force etc as clients.
rivaldo
03/11/2016
10:13
Another 75k of sales absorbed yesterday by our buyer in the background.
rivaldo
25/10/2016
16:35
Perhaps, I have been known to knock up some simulation software in a former life. I wouldn't employ me though, far too much trouble :-)
cockerhoop
25/10/2016
15:43
Knock knock, Who's there?MossadMossad w................:-)
cockerhoop
25/10/2016
11:51
Beware of Umbrellas near your leg!
pj 1
25/10/2016
11:35
You'll never guess who's just checked out my Linkedin Profile - Ami Vizer!!
cockerhoop
19/10/2016
13:19
They would need to announce any buy backs via RNS, so I very much doubt it.
melodrama
19/10/2016
13:15
As was raised by someone on the LSE shares board, could this buying be the Co as a precursor to taking it private?
dgwinterbottom
18/10/2016
17:09
Again today, the 25 pence addict adds a further 110,000, again late reported. This looks like a long term buy order is in and is being worked.
melodrama
17/10/2016
08:23
That's almost 450,000 shares bought in 4 OK (institutional?) trades over the last few days. The point being that even thought the share price is unchanged, there are many reasons for selling, a number of which have nowt to do with the company itself (change of fund manager, top-slicing, overweighting in portfolio etc). Whereas there is only one reason for buying. Interesting to see what news flow we get in the next few weeks. There should surely be a holdings RNS or two at the least.
rivaldo
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