Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Spectra (Unres) LSE:SPSY London Ordinary Share COM SHS USD0.01 (UNRES)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 109.00p 0 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
105.00p 113.00p 109.00p 109.00p 109.00p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 9.01 2.29 5.18 20.3 49.6

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Spectra (Unres) Daily Update: Spectra (Unres) is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SPSY. The last closing price for Spectra (Unres) was 109p.
Spectra (Unres) has a 4 week average price of 97p and a 12 week average price of 90p.
The 1 year high share price is 122p while the 1 year low share price is currently 74p.
There are currently 45,468,623 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 40,733 shares. The market capitalisation of Spectra (Unres) is £49,560,799.07.
thefartingcommie: are you REALLY being serious?..if you are you really do need to get out more. fwiw I couldnt give a flyingF about the share price as I'm not a holder and have no interest in being one.However,I do rather think from time to time it is worth taking a minute of one's precious time in an attempt to deflate what appears to be an overblown ego.(not an uncommon trait with some people here).Considering this is public place of discussion it little beholds you to be so priggish.(look that one up if you dont know the proper meaning). It is abundantly clear that this board has been the 'private' cosy chat room of 2 people for the past few years ....with little or no discussion other than fawning comment one to the come off your high horses why dont
sonofbanjosinger: Nico ..Trident is not a new comer and he did give some advice on the tax issues..although he has always had something negative to say about Spectra. I think trolls are a good sign....they know they can move the share price with relatively small buys and sells let them carry on with their little games.
nico115: PJ1Apart from one or two like VRS so many CEO turn up at Vox and directors talk ramping their stock only to let the market down It's a complete waste of time and you find the B.B. littered with rampers and derampers who only post to get a price moving in the short term before they wander on I would rather Nabil spend his time working on Spsy fantastic prospects than concentrating on getting the share price up I like the fact that there are a number of decent sized and some smaller holders who are sensible and not many traders here We shall agree to disagree We are one of the best performers on Aim the last 3 years and one of the best B.B. Long may it continue
fft: whilst I admire Nabil for only allowing guaranteed revenues to be part of estimates, this does lead to a big problem. The FY19 estimates are a lot lower than the FY18 estimates. This information is then given out via stockopedia, and elsewhere which leads to confusion and doubt amongst average investors who don't know what is going on. Last year, the FY17 and 18 estimates were continually increased as guaranteed revenue increased. I expect the same for the rest of FY18 and FY19. Anyone using a stock screening program will never see SPSY. It does provide opportunities for those 'in the know', but it also helps to answers Nabils question in the meeting as to why the share price is only a pound.
fozzie: I note Graham Neary stuck to his well trodden line that he didn't understand the business here and therefore couldn't really comment. 'The delivery of two quality control devices to a tobacco manufacturer has increased our chances of introducing our TruBrand smartphone authentication technology in China' now that would light a fire under the share price.
horndean eagle: Been doing my bit for the share price. Picked up stock around 109.25p. I think book is fairly well balalnced. Would have thought more buying from last week but happy to wait for more contract news to do its job. Forecasts will no doubt be beaten both this year and next. Nabil re-iterates each time we meet that the forecasts only contain revenues which are baseline and which are contracted. Any further contract wins etc are not factored in at all and hence in theory only upside from them.
nico115: Thanks for that Simso V interesting Anyone waiting for potential to get realised will be paying much higher prices Much better to buy now when the share price is underpinned for many years on current eps and contracts We have 5 groundbreaking opportunities to increase eps substantially
fozzie: I am finding that my psyche is affected by moves in the SPSY share price. I try not to look too often 🙈 It's just a waiting game. A few respected Twitter posters have gone 50 and 85% cash over the last week. Is the market really wobbling or are we irrationally expecting a downturn just because we haven't had one for a while. I have sold a few small and losing positions and have added here as and when.
simso: Interesting to look back a year, and see the share price reaction when the company highlighted that 2016 would be "significantly ahead of expectations" and the share price rose from 27p to settle at around 36p until the Prelim Statement at the end of March. Despite the "Significantly ahead" having been flagged already, it was the formal publication of the Results at the end of March which really got a rocket under the price, and it rose from 36p to 68p over the next two weeks. Perhaps the stellar rise at that point reflected the realisation of how strong the cash balance was, and also confirmation of the dividend policy. Lets hope the same pattern happens this year, where we have had an arguably modest rise in price given the scale of the 2 recent "ahead of expectations" announcememts, and hopefully a proper further re-rating when the results come out in a months time. I suspect anything positive on Dividends / Buy Backs, or (even better) something positive on Trubrand and am sure we will all be happy!
simso: Here's an idea which could kill a few birds with one stone. As I have posted before, I do believe SPSY will deliver EBITDA $5m to Dec 17, and close the year with a cash balance of $11m - $12m. In March 17 SPSY said that a target $5m Cash Balance was sufficient for its needs. However, with such a big seller in the background, it is possible that even when the "significantly ahead" statement I expect in early Jan will not give the share price the boost we deserve. One solution could be for SPSY to use some cash in the same way that another of my large holdings did recently. Volvere used £3.5m of its cash resources in an offer to all shareholders to buy back shares at current market price. The majority of us delined to sell, and saw our % holdings slightly increase, while one large weak holder had the chance to substantially reduce. THis could be a great route for SPSY to take. It could clear that big seller and am sure the shares would bounce significantly when he is out. It would deploy some of the large cash pile in a tax efficient way for all of us. The alterntaive dividend route does attract that annoying Witholding Tax. Thoughts?
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