Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Spectra (Unres) LSE:SPSY London Ordinary Share US84756T1060 COM SHS USD0.01 (UNRES)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -5.00p -5.05% 94.00p 91.00p 97.00p 99.00p 94.00p 99.00p 52,863 10:49:31
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 9.0 0.9 2.4 42.4 42.68

Spectra (Unres) Share Discussion Threads

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18/9/2017
13:28
Katie potts is one of the most highly regarded fund managers in the CityHer fund has gone up in value by 100s of millions and she has an uncanny knack for spotting 10 to 100 BAGGERSArm holdings was one of her favourites and we all know what happened to that!!It shouldn't be taken lightly that she bought £1,000,000 gbp of spectra at 100pI'm surprised no one is following her in
tilly99
14/9/2017
19:37
1m is just over 2pct so yes they must've been Notifiable beforehand Seller must also declare by Monday
tilly99
14/9/2017
19:29
The rns says discretionary clients. How did they get to 6.37% without having a notifiable holding before ? Unless the 2*1m were both buys by them. In which case there should be another rns to come from someone reducing their stake.
fft
14/9/2017
19:01
Haha so there it is Katie potts still there?We both had bsg and doubles our stakes there as advanced computers bought us outGood to see her buying Let's hope the seller doesn't sell any more..haha
tilly99
14/9/2017
17:56
There you are a new large holder Herald Investment Trust."The Herald Investment Trust (HIT) seeks to achieve capital appreciation through investments in smaller quoted companies, in the areas of technology, communications and multi-media. Investments will be made throughout the world. The business activities of investee companies will include information technology, broadcasting, printing and publishing and the supply of components, equipment and services to these companies."
sonofbanjosinger
14/9/2017
16:04
Should get a couple of interesting holdings in company coming out Unless the buyer was a maiden purchase
tilly99
14/9/2017
08:03
Why would a large holder here sell out ?1/ cos the shares have gone up fivefold it may now be a v large percentage of that funds value or should I say disproportionate 2/anyone buying at 22p when we were just above cash would have had no risk..now the risk is substantially higher 3/at 22p we were a value share..we were obviously massively undervalued ..at 100p we are now a growth share or even a yield play so we will be more attractive to dividend players..Interested to see who bought the 1m yday
tilly99
13/9/2017
17:43
Hi simsoIs that's your forecast then why is Nabil guiding down to beat? No one will trust his conservative forecasts going forward A pe of 11 is too low for this growth stock but our rating will be lower as its illiquid,it's a one man band and it's based in US Good to see a buyer has taken 1mFor me it's all about trubrand ,without this I would sell my entire holding It's this area which could rerate is and for that reason "I'm in"
tilly99
13/9/2017
17:38
Not a transfer PJA buyer and seller I believe
tilly99
13/9/2017
17:14
Transfer of shares?
pj 1
13/9/2017
17:00
My simple view of the numbers is as follows: Firstly, PBTA is the best measure, as the Amortisation of Goodwill is an irrelevant, not cash charge. Having delivered $2.8m PBTA in the traditionally weaker first half, but accepting this year's H1 does benefit from Phosphor sales to a large Bank which may not repeat in H2 (say $1.9m sales and c$1.4m profit) , then I would expect FY PBTA in the range $4.0m to $5.0m. A mid point of $4.5m equates to £3.5m in sterling. Current Market Cap of £46m and an EV of £39m if you adjust for cash on Balance Sheet, which equates to only 11 times my estimate of £3.5m earnings. That seems a cheap rating to me given the growth and potential, and arguably factors in little or nothing to the current price for the potential of TruBrand. I am not a seller at these levels, more of a "buy on any weakness".
simso
13/9/2017
16:35
Over 2pct of the company sold at 100p!! Wonder whose selling??!!!
tilly99
13/9/2017
11:54
Totally agree RMUpside here is huge stillMany thanksTilly
tilly99
10/9/2017
00:00
Yes fairly valued unless trubrand come in trumps
tilly99
09/9/2017
21:30
Tilly99 9 Sep '17 - 19:10 - 1438 of 1438    0   0 Thanks Simso I like companies that under promise but that forecast does seem too low Not sure what the catalyst now to push us further ahead in the short term but if we "significantly beat" 120p we should be Then if trubrand wins Chinese contract we could hit 200p Fingers crossed!============================================================================================== Is it just me, but I cannot make head nor tail of this? You were stating it was on a too high P/E before and it was at best fairly valued?
pj 1
09/9/2017
19:10
Thanks SimsoI like companies that under promise but that forecast does seem too lowNot sure what the catalyst now to push us further ahead in the short term but if we "significantly beat" 120p we should be Then if trubrand wins Chinese contract we could hit 200pFingers crossed!!
tilly99
09/9/2017
15:31
I dont think there is an actual note Tilly. I just saw a paragraph from WHI saying full year forecast of $2.8m PBT, and $2.9m for next year. Looks ultra, ultra conservative to be, requiring only $0.4m for H2 after $2.4m already delivered in H1. Even accepting that one-off Phosphour sale benefit they referred to, I still not believe the new forecast, and expect a "significantly ahead" statement in due course.
simso
09/9/2017
11:58
Anyone seen any recent broker notes?
tilly99
08/9/2017
10:18
Thanks ntvWhat's your full year forecast here as you've been pretty accurate so far?
tilly99
08/9/2017
08:41
Barclays moved 200,000 customers to its new Smart Investor service over the bank holiday weekend with assets of around £14bn. The shift was designed to appeal to a broader customer base and benefit buy-and-hold fund investors and less sophisticated customers. However the move was met with anger by many of its customers, who did not approve of the changes and suffered a raft of issues with the new site, including difficulty logging in, missing transactions and inconsistent stock pricing. Barclay has said it is working on those issues, but many customers are still keen to leave due to the range of services Barclays no longer provides. The bank no longer offers the ability to trade overseas equities, formerly facilitated via a white label service offered by Saxo, or more complex financial products including covered warrants. Investors are also unable to manage spouses' accounts. Previously investors could authorise access to third-party accounts with a letter of authorisation, but the bank says that this will no longer be the case for security reasons.
ntv
07/9/2017
18:18
Bought lots of Ukog at 1.3 and 1.5 and then doubled up at 0.85 so very happy to hold and enjoy the day to day excitement.
fozzie
07/9/2017
16:41
Own up own upWho listened to my advice and paid 99 for 25k?Anyone buying sub 100p will do well me thinksBuy on red don't chase!!
tilly99
07/9/2017
13:01
There you have it A dull day and opportunity to buy sub 100pNever in doubt!!Don't say you never got the chance to buy : )
tilly99
07/9/2017
08:45
these must be on the watch list of few companies dealing in covert technologies as a takeover prospect i am guessing they are watching and waiting for the right moment, already their polymer banknote technology must be worth a sizeable amount so gives some backing to assets
ntv
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