Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Smart Metering Systems LSE:SMS London Ordinary Share GB00B4X1RC86 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -6.50p -1.11% 580.50p 579.00p 581.50p 582.50p 577.50p 582.50p 25,684 11:36:35
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Gas Water & Utilities 67.2 18.2 17.3 33.5 522.58

Smart Metering Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/7/2017
08:47
No idea but happy to enjoy the ride. MACD has turned positive for the first time since March
mfhmfh
19/7/2017
21:45
What happened today to bring such a large rise? Anyone the wiser?
gomore
26/6/2017
10:25
https://www.theguardian.com/money/2017/jun/24/smart-meters-spying-collecting-private-data-french-british
zho
23/6/2017
09:32
I don't see any problem with ADVFN trades data, Look at this link it is the same data from HL. hxxp://www.hl.co.uk/shares/shares-search-results/s/smart-metering-system-plc-ordinary-1p
gomore
23/6/2017
00:20
If you're using advfn, their trade data is completely messed up at the moment.
wjccghcc
22/6/2017
18:27
So after yesterdays hammer candle, signalling the end of the downturn, it did what is supposed to usually happen and price went up nicely today, however.... have a look at the end of today's trades. All the large trades were after close at 16.30. What is going on and also I find it pretty strange that the largest amount of trades intraday are for very small amounts. Strange? Does anyone have some enlightening answers?
gomore
22/6/2017
09:00
Canaccord has a 700p target price: https://twitter.com/SharesMagDan?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor
mfhmfh
21/6/2017
10:45
The selling on low volume is the one thing stopping me from selling as it could be MM manipulation to get cheap stock. Scsw due out 1 July so will. E interesting to get their view. Scsw hold these in the growth portfolio
essential
21/6/2017
10:21
I don't understand the drop either. I felt I did well to buy in around 500 and topped up again at this level but guess not. does look oversold though and no huge volumes. IMHO. Broker target prices: Macquarie - 1,068p Panmure Gordon - 868p Peel Hunt - 740p
mfhmfh
21/6/2017
09:45
I am mystified as to yesterday large drop. I cannot find any info/news as to why it happened and on such a small volume. There is/are and existing short/s of 1.2% but those have been in place since March/April http://www.shorttracker.co.uk/company/GB00B4X1RC86/all Does anyone here know any more?
gomore
20/6/2017
21:10
Thanks Essential, looks like insider dealing then. News to come?
stevenb3
20/6/2017
20:07
Not sure but the price weakness is a bit concerning? My finger is hovering over the stop loss sell button!
essential
20/6/2017
17:46
Anyone know why the price fell today please?
stevenb3
31/5/2017
11:29
At 1 year support levels here...
essential
31/5/2017
08:00
Ready to buy in big
larva
30/5/2017
16:34
Any reason for recent weakness
nw99
26/5/2017
16:55
SMS is not so smart: I know of problems not only regarding signal, apartment blocks, other signals interfering etc., and also of: Messing up those with solar panels who supply to the grid. The smart meters don't know how to deal with negative power, so simply stop the registration of what is being sold/supplied to the grid. The supplier with that contract then has to estimate what they will pay, pending remedial work. Changing supplier. Change your supplier for a better contract, and your smart meter won't change with you. So you either have to have a new meter installed, or just not change. I'll wait a while until some of these problems have been ironed out. Looking at SMS, it's got a way to fall back yet, so no hurry to buy in right now: I'll just watch it drop back for a time. If you're already in and showing a profit, 'twould be good methinks, to take that profit now, and watch with me whilst the price falls back: then buy in again on the next northward bound trend, when it starts moving that way again in a while's time.
andrewbaker
24/5/2017
19:53
Wouldn't be surprised if they ditch these for IDP
aishah
24/5/2017
18:31
Yes, one of only two (of thirteen) in the red, the other being EMIS. Their portfolio is currently up about 69% from Jan 2015.
cornishman33
24/5/2017
18:19
Are Sharewatch still holding these in their portfolio??
1squintyflinty
08/5/2017
12:41
CYAN has been on my watchlist for quite a while.
aishah
08/5/2017
12:34
and radiates your neighbours! Great for the pending law suits.
mr.elbee
08/5/2017
12:24
@AISHAH: ' Thick walls, blocks of flats and poor mobile signals can all cause problems' - you might want to look at CYAN. Their 'not spot' technology cuts through walls using different frequencies for the smart meters. :-)
runthejoules
08/5/2017
10:50
TechMarketView: Smart homes vs smart meters As the inane TV marketing campaign run by Smart Energy GB extolls us to badger our gas and electricity suppliers to install smart meters in our homes (and see Smart Meter Madness: 5m down, 43m to go), I note today’s trading update from UK energy supplier Centrica, which reports that to date, it has installed over 600k ‘connected hubs’ and over 900k ‘connected products’ in our homes. Its lead product in this genre is the Hive ‘smart thermostat’ which of course competes head to head with Google’s Nest. Smart Energy GB’s pitch is that with a smart meter you can see how much you are spending on gas and electricity. Centrica’s and Google’s pitch is that with their products – which do NOT need you to have a smart meter – you can actually do something about it! Smart Energy GB was set up by the Government and is funded by energy companies – in other words, we are all paying for these ads through our gas and electricity bills. At the time, Smart Energy GB’s marketing plan was budgeted at £85m. I suspect as we get closer and closer to the 2020 deadline for us all to have smart meters in our homes, much, much more will be spent on marketing this impossible dream.
aishah
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