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% 9.75p 9.50p 10.00p 9.75p 9.75p 9.75p 10,000 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 - 5

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
31/7/2017
09:58
At 2016 HY Results in September the share price closed at 20.5p. 2 Profit warnings later and the share price is at 19.5p. It's quite incredible how it has held up.
pj 1
31/7/2017
09:53
Speaking with CEO again tomorrow.Pleased with that quick response given last week's news.
hastings
28/7/2017
08:02
finncap redraws their forecasts and price target after "very disappointing H1 trading update"
brummy_git
28/7/2017
07:55
Yes hardly good and just a touch miffed after speaking with them as recently as last month but hey ho not a big position so concur with rivaldo.
hastings
28/7/2017
07:48
Yes, it would also seem that the move into commercial markets is not going as well as planned either, they still seem to be dependent on the big contracts.
daz
28/7/2017
07:36
Not surprised by this mornings (Friday) news. Lots to look forward too but like I've said before these continuing contract issues make these uninvestable. Better stocks out there IMV but GLAH.
battlebus2
28/7/2017
07:29
So...medium/long-term looks great. Short-term...not so great: Https://www.investegate.co.uk/simigon-limited--sim-/rns/trading-update/201707280700063688M/ The $8m+ cash pile alone equates to 12p-13p of cash per share. But I suppose we can expect a sizeable initial markdown given the H1 loss and the uncertainty re H2. If SIM come through in H2 with the contracts mentioned etc then this will be an opportunity, Until then it's a waiting game for patient investors....
rivaldo
26/7/2017
11:19
DGW - the same point was made by the brokers and others at the meeting I attended earlier in the year, so I would hope that something is arranged around the time of the interims. The directors are out of the country for most of the time, so it isn't easy but they ought to be able to spare a couple of days in the year to update shareholders.
daz
26/7/2017
10:01
Great interview Hastings, thanks. If the market latches on to the expansion into e-learning and SIM announce one or two successes in this area then we could well be on a big winner, particularly given that: (1) cash comprises 60% of the m/cap (2) the company is already nicely profitable (3) it has high recurring income Their ambitions are certainly big: "Although across the military, simulation learning has been established and widely adopted for some years, there has been less in the way of offerings to specific commercial markets such as driving aids, support for operating or working with machinery like cranes, oil and gas related, or even for those working in the extensive health sector, not to mention that vast civil aviation sector."
rivaldo
26/7/2017
08:07
Indeed Hastings my thanks also, I just find it rather frustrating the CEO is nowhere near as communicative with his shareholders!!
dgwinterbottom
25/7/2017
22:14
Thanks for posting that Hastings, the new 'solution' is news to me and if it is targeting an exponential market, is certainly in the price for nothing. The forecasts could be light anyway, if the company is gaining traction in commercial markets.
daz
25/7/2017
21:04
May be of interest Http://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/business/business-news/aim-more-risky-simigon-worth-13385046
hastings
05/7/2017
16:14
Rivaldo - many thanks for the clarification, even so as you say 9% is not great!!
dgwinterbottom
05/7/2017
15:24
DGW, that depends on whether you use the published spread, which is misleading. Using the actual 21.01p price you can achieve on selling the spread is "only" 9%. Note the apostrophes....but it's a lot better than 15%, and the price does move quickly (up and down) on any reasonable volumes.
rivaldo
05/7/2017
15:05
"A couple of notably large buys this morning by SIM's standards, including a 65k buy just reported at 22.9p."...... and with a pretty appalling spread as well - 15%!
dgwinterbottom
05/7/2017
15:04
I think that's the point - the stock is not actually very liquid, so the price at 21p still looks fictitiously low to me.
brummy_git
05/7/2017
14:50
For a mere £10.9m m/cap it does :o)) Especially a tightly held stock like this with 65% held by the top 7 shareholders.
rivaldo
05/7/2017
14:08
Not sure whether £13,000 represents especially strong liquidity?
brummy_git
05/7/2017
13:46
Brummy git, you can currently sell at least 60,000 online at 21.01p, a big premium to the 20p bid price. So there's not only decent liquidity, but also some demand out there.
rivaldo
05/7/2017
13:13
Is there any liquidity out there, even if there was an interested buyer?
brummy_git
05/7/2017
11:58
A couple of notably large buys this morning by SIM's standards, including a 65k buy just reported at 22.9p.
rivaldo
05/7/2017
11:09
Defence contract in Asia Pacific region.
cockerhoop
05/7/2017
11:00
The company to my knowledge have never stated who the customer was, presumably because of non-disclosure agreements.
daz
05/7/2017
08:58
Does anyone have any idea who the customer was – Lockheed Martin?
brummy_git
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