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SFT Software Circle Plc

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08 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Software Circle Plc LSE:SFT London Ordinary Share GB0009638130 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 13.25 2,250 08:00:24
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
13.00 13.50 13.25 13.25 13.25
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Miscellaneous Publishing 12.55M -1.61M -0.0041 -32.32 51.69M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
08:31:20 O 2,250 13.05 GBX

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Posted at 10/12/2023 08:20 by Software Circle Daily Update
Software Circle Plc is listed in the Miscellaneous Publishing sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SFT. The last closing price for Software Circle was 13.25p.
Software Circle currently has 390,083,306 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Software Circle is £51,686,038.
Software Circle has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -32.32.
This morning SFT shares opened at 13.25p
Posted at 26/10/2023 15:44 by dd776
Amazed the share price is up 40% on no news since fundraising.
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Posted at 02/12/2010 16:22 by zangdook
got the cash.

bye bye SFT.
Posted at 01/12/2010 09:07 by boadicea
Read this -
Posted at 05/10/2010 13:19 by zangdook
A very disappointing timetable here. By comparison CBI opened its tender on June 11, closed it on June 25, held its EGM on July 6 and handed over the cash on July 14. I know SFT need a court hearing, but couldn't they have got it together a little faster? No wonder the share price is falling.
Posted at 16/9/2010 06:38 by the_doctor
'a prolonged period at current operating loss rates or losses widening further.
I'm comfortable calling the business a failure in either of those scenarios.'

well, I'm also considering a scenario in which wider economic weakness pushes SFT into a prolonged loss, but the business could be a success when things then improve.
Spending too much of their cash now on things they have no need to spend on, wipes out that shot at making it.
Most companies are trying to conserve cash, particularly those that foresee a period of challenge

They're actions therefore strike me as odd. Maybe the trading wasnt quite as difficult as they made out? Would be handy if they could knock the share price down and buy a load back on the cheap?

'a little extra risk'
I see where you're coming from, but IMO it makes the risk much greater
Posted at 15/9/2010 08:58 by boadicea
We should probably try to look at SFT with eastern logic.
Their problem, perhaps, is not (in their eyes) that they wrongly gambled in fx but that they failed and got caught. Honour now dictates they should fall on their knife rather than apologise and carry on.
So, shut up shop on AIM and surrender 8p (which approximates to the share price before the debacle emerged.).
Posted at 28/5/2010 10:44 by contrarian2investor

I agree that is always best to be cash rich, especially in this environment. SFT could easily double its footprint with a shrewd acquisition and therefore enhance the share price folllowing increased profits. This would be far more beneficial to all shareholders than a special one off distribution.

I completely disagree with the statement, "too much cash and no priority to dividends will lead to stupid acquisitions". Why would that be the case? Please explain that theory for us?

It always pays to be prudent and also patient. During which time we all continue to receive a dividend from a growing entity. Not many mirco-caps on the AIM (or for that matter the FTSE)can provide such potential. If you know of any please share them with us. TIA

Posted at 22/3/2010 18:39 by buggy

Was in SFT about a 18 months ago but sold out at a loss to cover other areas as at that time I did not do any deep analysis and just bought for an exposure to China based on other's tip.

Having done a deeper research this time, I am moving what I can back into SFT, with at least a 2 year investment window. I expect this to multibag several times over in that period.
[Not enough shares in free float so I would not be tempted to trade these besides I do not have time to watch every move of a share price].

They are on a growing area, China. The impressive performance of H2 2009 was achieved even when the SAT program was on hold. They have diversified their range of offering and no longer over dependent on SAT. The acquisition of the new subsidiary will present a hefty kick to turnover, as will SAT whenever it comes on stream again.. but I have discounted the revioval of SAT in my analysis.

Finally I am comfortable investing in this company far more than in some other Chinese companies, due to the perceived lack of corporate governance of some Chinese companies.

I feel I can implicitly trust the management here:
Apparently when this was floated then CEO sold shares worth £2Mill and distributed the proceeds to her workers!!!. Have anyone also noticed that they have not awarded themselves oodles of share options at discount prices as per normal practice. Respects where it is due!!! I am impressed.

Not to forget that they pay a healthy dividend, although my main aim is capital growth but this company covers all the bases.
Posted at 18/3/2010 23:36 by buggy
Have moved back into SFT even though no one else seems to be bothered with the share.

I thought that the dynamics in the economy has changed and this will feed well into SFT bottom line... China growing strongly and rest of the world economyy seems to have bottomed and in an upward curve.

SFT was making profit even during the worst of the crisis so I believe that its TO and profits will grow exponentially with the growing Chinese economy.
The new company acquired last year should also start to make a contribution to TO and the bottom line.I believe that the next Interim will surprise and we may well get an indication of how things are going in the CEO address in the 2009 results, due for release in about 3-4 weeks time.

As the share is illiquid and is hard to come by I have decided to start accumulating now in batches of 25K which seems to be the online limit. I have a 2 year investment window and expect SFT to multibag in that time frame. [Restarting of the SAT project will also bring a hefty uplift ...but SFT has diversified its revenue stream that I still expect a multibag without counting on the restart of the SAT project]

Anyway above is my view and events will soon tell me if I am right or wrong. DYOR
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