Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Starcom plc LSE:STAR London Ordinary Share JE00B8WSDY21 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 2.80p 2.70p 2.90p 2.80p 2.75p 2.75p 696,815 08:00:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 5.4 -1.4 0.7 4.0 7.65

Starcom Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/9/2018
11:53
Well I'm expecting some good news in the coming months and hopefully come Christmas we will be sitting in the 5's!
jonnyfro
14/9/2018
17:43
Been buying around 2.75 this week. Company is growing well, chart is playing out nicely. This jigging about is just folk trading in/out to generate a holding in readiness for the big move. The trend is gradually upwards but, as the trading builds holdings for participants, the upward curve will steepen as will the company financial position from the recurring revs continually being added to the background cashflow.Hopefully still time to gather more below 3p but, time is beginning to run out.
mattjos
14/9/2018
16:29
Bit of interest now. Looking very undervalued down here now.
philjeans
31/8/2018
17:14
Me too..have a good weekend mattjos
brad44
31/8/2018
16:34
thanks to the short term traders who piled out after the Bosch news ... clearly a few had got in only for the news and baled immediately they realised it was not going to double on the day so picked up some of their losses
mattjos
29/8/2018
08:21
Watchlock clearly has a huge market potential and is already seeing good ramp in sales. Very interested to see what functionality the Bluetooth version will offer.This product in itself could be a game-changer, let alone everything else
mattjos
29/8/2018
08:16
yep, fantastic update imho, but unfortunately the city will look more at the gross margin, and fortunately for me, i can hopefully top up at a good price..
brad44
29/8/2018
08:12
Confirmation the partner is Bosch likely won't be picked up by broader market first thing as not a standalone RNS but, terrific news to have it confirmed. Not usually easy to get permission to make this sort of disclosure.Next step, for Bosch, will be to tie in the Nexeed product to an EIS system such as SAP so that users can accurately manage their supply chains to further optimise Just in Time deliveries & inventory controls + with Blockchain functionality it is now possible to do some cute things with regards payments.Good update .... revs are in the right trajectory, so too are proportion of recurring revs. Gross margin taking a bit longer to rise than I had hoped for but, the key business metrics are all moving in right direction & looks likely to be more good news imminent.
mattjos
27/8/2018
13:33
Digging around on various data sources and there are circa 55m acres of farmland in the USA that is irrigated each year & 5m acres in Australia CropX recommend circa 1 sensor for every 40 acres ... for simplicity sake, call it 1 sensor for every 50 acres = market potential for 1.2m sensors in the combined USA / Australia markets. From Sept 17 Interims: "We have received an initial order for 5,000 customised Kylos Air units (from Cropx) at a total value of $650,000. Most of this revenue will arise in early 2018 and, provided they are satisfied with the results, we would expect to secure follow on orders." $650,000 / 5,000 = $130 revs per unit Initial order of 5000 units/market potential of 1,200,000 units = just 0.42% of addressable USA/Aus market. If CropX are able to get to 10% market penetration in USA/Aus during next 5 years, that would be 120,000 units Volume purchases from Starcom would reduce the buy price (& enable Starcom to reduce manufactured price) so, assume $100 revs per unit 120,000 units * $100 / unit = $12m revs to Starcom + the associated recurring revs. Once established at 10% market penetration there would be further growth in these & other territories + a % of the total installed base would require replacement due to loss/damage each year. With Bosch an early stage investor in Cropx & (subject to confirmation this week) also the EU Partner for Starcom, the technology is clearly getting noticed by global entities.
mattjos
22/8/2018
22:30
agreed .. valuation is incredibly stingy given the growth now being experienced and anticipated. However, one step at a time. Folk need confidence that these silly small raisings are behind us, that organic cashflow can durably exceed fixed costs & sales trajectory continues to accelerate .... then the volume buying will arrive.
mattjos
22/8/2018
22:00
I do believe this share price will grow. For a company to go through what it has done in the past couple years and stay true to the course, growing in confidence, stature as well as belief in the evolution of the products they have to offer bodes well for the future. All remains is for the market to have the same confidence as shareholders do. Once this happens share price will increase, but it will be a steady rise in share price A positive step forward will happen next week with the revealing of the NDA and future potential orders being realised.
jandtw1
20/8/2018
14:35
yes, couldn't agree more, good summary.
brad44
20/8/2018
13:43
about time this got a shift on, it is cheap as far as I am concerned & has potential to grow significantly from here. I appreciate that equity raisings have put people off in the past but, the directors have only been raising in small amounts ..they do now want to dilute any more than is necessary. Historically, it has been about cash to fund R&D and product development. More recently the small raisings were about tiding them over until their recurring revs cover their cost base. Now we have got the products that have applications with genuine global appeal & IOT functionality & which will drive volume product up-take so, situation is very much changed & therefore valuation deserves to change accordingly.
mattjos
19/8/2018
20:18
CropX has got a very, very impressive line up of execs eg. Their Sales & Marketing Director is ex-Netafim - a $1Bn Sales company specialising in drip irrigation .. HQ'd and started in Israel in 1965 with many ex-IDF people in its leadership team. Bosch is an early stage investor in CropX & later this month we should have it confirmed that Starcom's major EU partner is also Bosch. Israeli's are a very resourceful bunch and usually quite creating in their approach to problem solving.. Starcom/CropX .. they look quite intertwined, with CropX tangible product coming from Starcom. CropX likely see huge value in AG Analytics data in the years ahead. One/both of CropX & Starcom likely to get bought out by a major such as Bosch in the future. Both businesses look likely to scale very rapidly
mattjos
16/8/2018
22:46
"The increase in revenues results from our intensified efforts to acquire larger, more strategic and world class clients who need our advanced and flexible technology to resolve the unique mission-critical problems they face in their respective businesses. This is also how an improvement in margins will develop going forward. In the first six months of 2018, two such clients, mentioned in our previous reports, contributed most of the $1m first half revenue increase: CropX (irrigation-agricultural control) and WIMC (insurance - cargo tracking)." WIMC is http://www.whereismycargo.net/ "Work is being done with one of the largest suppliers of management and control systems for concrete production factories. Integrating Starcom's technology with its system will meet the challenge of monitoring and better assuring the quality of concrete during its journey from the factory to the construction sites." is it this: https://wheresmyconcrete.com/
mattjos
16/8/2018
13:39
very difficult to buy in any size here most of the day. Fill or Kill or neg trade only
mattjos
14/8/2018
13:24
Plenty of eyes on this Andre ... added this am & yesterday
mattjos
13/8/2018
17:10
Mattjos, do you ever feel alone here? ;O) No news doesn't inspire much posting does it. Hopefully when it comes, it will be quick.
andre
13/8/2018
15:05
Should have it confirmed that Bosch is the customer by end of this month
mattjos
09/8/2018
09:51
https://www.cleantech.com/july-was-smart-irrigation-month-how-sensor-based-smart-irrigation-tools-influence-agriculture/
mattjos
07/8/2018
21:14
"Work is being done with one of the largest suppliers of management and control systems for concrete production factories. Integrating Starcom's technology with its system will meet the challenge of monitoring and better assuring the quality of concrete during its journey from the factory to the construction sites." Time is obviously a critical factor when considering the supply chain for ready mix concrete from batch production to pouring on site. Some initial digging turned up this paper as a good source in understanding the opportunity & resultant benefits: https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/f6b7/11fe18381955c6ed318edd4f52abbd6c2ed0.pdf Liebherr has a very comprehensive system already in the market. Wheresmyconcrete is another: https://wheresmyconcrete.com/ Looks an intriguing global application for Starcom's technology & would clearly result in recurring revs.
mattjos
03/8/2018
12:53
Added today
mattjos
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