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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Spectra Systems Corporation LSE:SPSY London Ordinary Share COM SHS USD0.01 (UNRES)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  6.50 3.94% 171.50 165.00 178.00 171.50 165.00 165.00 136,114 09:47:32
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 10.7 4.0 8.0 21.7 76

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31/12/2020
15:37
I agree patient fox. I am a long term investor here and have used investor meet extensively this year. Would be a good candidate for a Mello presentation as well
robow
31/12/2020
14:49
hxxps://www.investormeetcompany.com/ has been very popular this year. new investors can check up on old meetings whenever they wish and gain a wealth of info about the company.I think nabil would come across very well and the q&a would be very interesting.Just watching the vlx and k3c meetings this year made me buy into those stocks.Alot of investors dont have the time reading through many rns or searching through the internet if there is no broker research.Investormeetcompany can do everything in one hit imo.
patient fox
31/12/2020
14:23
What about an occasional investor webinar (call it CMD or results call if you wish) with Q&A, announced via RNS and open to anyone? Should be free/cheap and easy for the company. Would be appreciated - by me at least!
vprt
31/12/2020
14:07
For clarity I am a massive fan of Nabil and the company having held for 6 years now but I cannot sit on my hands for another year to make no money (divi apart). This is a company with massive opportunities and I have not seen anyone mention them on advfn general boards or on Twitter, save a few posts from Nic.
fozzie
31/12/2020
13:58
Fozzie, promoting the company is really the job of the broker (WHI), but they are , in IMHO, not doing a very good job. Joint broker maybe needed.
fft
31/12/2020
13:41
A very disappointing last few months for the share price and up just 3p on the year which is just plain wrong and by no means good enough. With a good part of my portfolio here I was hoping for a lot more. I don’t suppose the board will be all that bothered by the stagnant share price and will just get on with running the company exceedingly well but I do feel that they need to do more to publicise the company and it’s potential.
fozzie
29/12/2020
14:29
Delayed cos of covid Should get moving now I don't care about the selling Mercury sold millions at 23pW sold millions at 85pHH sold millions at 125pAnd now we are 175pI think we profits will soar here ,let the sellers sell !!
nico115
29/12/2020
13:38
Long term hold for me patient fox, couldn't resist and just added a few @ 169.50p
wanttowin
29/12/2020
12:57
what's stopping sales of trubrand, china is running as normal?.
patient fox
29/12/2020
12:55
3 mm's have been on the offer for a few trading days offering about 170p to buy, 5p under quoted price.seems they have stock on their books,If the seller is not finished we could be at this level for a while.If spsy is a long term hold for you this should be a good time to add.
patient fox
29/12/2020
12:42
I am sure the Chinese are not letting a small thing like Covid affect their smoking :-)
shanklin
29/12/2020
10:39
Still doesn't want to join the party, tempted to add a few, surely a move north is overdue ?
wanttowin
26/12/2020
13:00
My own understanding of share buyback programs is the company have little say on timing. A mandate is given to the house broker (usually) to buy X number of shares over a given period at a pre agreed price. That price will normally be related to some indicator. VWAP or similar. Once the mandate is given it's out of directors control. This is to avoid any kind of share price manipulation by Directors. At least that's pretty much how it worked when I worked on the front line.
kinbasket
26/12/2020
08:15
Perhaps you have answered the question vprt
base7
25/12/2020
21:30
RRE did something similar a while before their eventual sale. There were a couple of institutional holders whose holdings in RRE were too great due to the appreciation in RRE's share price. A tender offer at a 20% or so premium allowed a nice result for all.
dibbs
25/12/2020
18:42
And the value of our cash diminishes by the day as the dollar gets devalued by the day.
nico115
25/12/2020
16:01
I would support opportunistic share repurchases if and when management & board believe it would be great value, with the motivation being the value creation - but NOT to try to "push up" the short term share price Let the share price go where it wants to go, and buy back when, and only when, the shares are very very cheap in the eyes of the people who know its prospects by far the best i.e. management/board.
vprt
25/12/2020
12:17
It does seem an obvious solution... ...unless there are particularly good reasons for holding this much cash.
shanklin
25/12/2020
11:59
Some of you are very knowledgeable about SPSY & have ‘the ear ‘ of Nabil .The company have a buy back program which seems inconsistent ,ie they aren’t buying back regularly ,& they clearly have a large & growing cash balance so why on earth do they simply not buy back the overhang which will then allow the share price to find its true level ,rather than being held in a narrow range ,controlled by the MM due to the overhang.2or 3 million less shares in issue improves EPS & increases the stake of all holders ,including Nabil -no brainer so why hasn’t it happened ?
base7
24/12/2020
18:35
Have a Happy Christmas all
ntv
23/12/2020
07:52
Correct PJ l watched and invested in a company that had 62 percent institutional holders at a low price which had no choice than to dump their holdings as the share price grew rapidly....
sonofbanjosinger
22/12/2020
17:39
THanks Nico...same best wishes to you...ands lets hope for plenty of "BC Newsflow" next year!
simso
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