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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.05 -5.56% 0.85 1,435,844 14:00:22
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.80 0.90 0.90 0.85 0.90
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 6.82 -1.02 -0.30 3
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
14:59:07 O 1 0.8899 GBX

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04/8/2020
09:20
Starcom Daily Update: Starcom Plc is listed in the Technology Hardware & Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker STAR. The last closing price for Starcom was 0.90p.
Starcom Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.85p and a 12 week average price of 0.85p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.65p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.75p.
There are currently 351,479,801 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 878,356 shares. The market capitalisation of Starcom Plc is £2,987,578.31.
10/3/2020
07:09
riddlerone: The strength in the share price into the close yesterday looks very significant to me.Could be they either have a significant buy order or orders in the system or news is not far away.All Index futures looking strong so lets see what that late turnaround was all about.
04/7/2019
13:50
tomboyb: https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/starcom-STAR/share-news/Starcom-PLC-Update-Re-Auditor/80271881 Auditor resigns -
22/8/2018
22:00
jandtw1: 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.
29/5/2018
08:39
wooster4: Andre - They stand to make an awful lot more from shares owned and options than fixed pay. They will not get rich on earning a couple of 100K salary a year - however, if share price takes off - well that's a different story.
26/4/2018
14:25
andre: turbotrader2 - because I ask for evidence to support the blatant ramping of this stock? I wonder who the tool is. The person who questions or the one who ramps the stock hoping that mug punters will push up the share price so they can sell and make a profit. Hmmm. As it happens I know a lot about Starcom and work in the industry they also operate in. Unless you have some actual research (other than twitter/facebook speculation) then I suggest you stop making yourself look like a blatant ramper.
26/4/2018
13:57
andre: I can see no evidence on twitter (no pics posted by Bosch despite a request). No evidence from Facebook. And this isn't research. It is ramping. And as far as peterbarnes1 last comment goes, where are these obvious signs of big deals? All I can see is a bunch of rampers. And they are not getting very far if the share price is the guide. You can't ride on the back of a major worldwide brand, claim an obvious link and assume this will lead to massive sales. I know someone at Hannover now. Perhaps I should ask them to pop by the Bosch stand and see if Kylos is there. Then post their answer. Then again, with no mention of Bosch (or any similar caliber company) on the website, maybe you are just wrong. hxxps://www.starcomsystems.com/partners/
25/4/2018
15:30
andre: A day after the last post on here, there was a large issue of options/warrants. And then it all went quiet again. Any thoughts as to why the share price is still holding when the number of shares increases for no financial gain?
16/4/2017
22:01
jumbone: I don't think any one else coud have put it better.. Than Wisecrow on the LSE BB Here is his post with some spelling error corrections.. Any one Know of Mark Fisher?... Today 21:47 ....... He is the author of "The Logical Trader"!!! In this book he discusses techniques for identifying potential market tops and bottoms. And more imortantly, discusses five-bar patterns that signal the reversal of any security. Fisher's techniques give signals sooner provide an early warning alert to possible changes in the direction of the prevailing trend of any security. The most famous of his techniques is what is popularly known as the "SUSHI ROLL" He defines it as a period of 10 bars where the first five (inside bars) are confined within a narrow range of highs and lows AND The second five (outside bars) engulf the first with both a higher high and lower low. This pattern is similar to a barish or bullish engulfing pattern Except that instead of a pattern of two single bars, it is composed of multiple set of 5 bars Fisher uses 10-minute bars in the example in his book.... But does not restrict what time frame we should use... But .... His second reversal pattern is very SPECIFIC.. To Compare 2 trading weeks From a MONDAY to FRIDAY of that week with the NEXT week's MONDAY __ FRIDAY trading pattern Fisher calls it "The Outside Reversal Week" Basically, it is a sushi roll except that it uses daily data starting on a Monday and ending on a Friday It takes a total of 10 days or less due to holidays and occurs... When a trading inside week is immediately followed by an outside or engulfing trading week Which Shows us a higher high and lower low. Enough of the theory.... Here is the practical ... STAR Com's trading pattern last Trading week (10 -- 13 April 2017) = Lowest Low = 1.265 & Highest High = 2.25 STAR Com's trading pattern Last to last Trading week(03 -- 07 April 2017) >> Lowest Low = 1.28 & Highest High = 1.50 So we have a BULLISH Engulfing Trading Week (Last week) on the week before that A VERY CLEAR signal of FISHER's second of the FIVE reversals of any Security in any Bourse at Any Time So on open GET IN This is going places.. Unbilievable places... Unthought of places.. Unimagined places... Get in early to reap the best benefits.. Or Get in late to just get a bit of the 10 X Share price transformation here And ...Kick yourselves later... For Your Loses Because of Your Dithering But you will be worth more than what you entered with... TIMING.. Decides..RETURNS here.. very simple Rule Have a great night
03/8/2016
11:25
cautoussid: Scotty not always easy to time buying or selling right with shares ,in the past have sold shares to early ,and in other shares held to long and watched share price drifting down ,disappointed how star share price has moved today , how ever thankfully still currently well up from last week ,atb
01/6/2016
16:07
scotty1: http://www.shareprophets.com/views/21169/starcom-review-following-recent-share-price-gains Starcom – review following recent share price gains By Steve Moore | Wednesday 1 June 2016 Disclosure: I have no positions in any stocks mentioned, and no plans to initiate any positions within the next 72 hours. I wrote this article myself, and it expresses my own opinions. I am not receiving compensation for it (other than from ShareProphets). I have no business relationship with any company whose stock is mentioned in this article. Though currently slipping back today, a still circa 3.5p share price of Starcom plc (STAR) compares to 1.25p hit post the company’s announcement of results for 2015 in March and a 1.5p per share placing later that month. Hmmm, what’s happening here? The 2015 results showed another loss, though noted that “newer products have started to make an impact” and that a new version of intelligent padlock, ‘The Watchlock’, was ready for launch and “actively marketing… customer feedback so far has been very positive”. The conclusion noted that “by converting its strengthening pipeline into growing sales across the product range… the company is hopeful that it will return to profitability during the year ending 31 December 2016”. However, I noted that the company had last year stated to “expect that the company will return to profitability in 2015” and that a fundraising was (explicitly) ahoy - see HERE. This duly arrived a few weeks later – a gross £0.45 million raised at 1.5p per share to ostensibly “fund marketing activities for the company's product range… The placing will also provide the company with additional working capital”. This was with the results having shown cash at the end of 2015 down to $90k and bank debt of $1.16 million. They also included that; “At the year end a total of $287,000 was outstanding as loans provided by certain founding shareholders, including Avi Hartmann the CEO… repayments will be made monthly over a two year period, starting in April 2016. In addition Avi Hartmann, Uri Hartmann and Doron Kedem, the three founders of the business have not taken a portion of the salaries and fees due to them in respect of the period from 1 June to 31 December 2015… These balances will remain on the company's balance sheet as loans from the founders which will be repayable during 2017 and 2018.” Hmmm. Will then even converting the pipeline into sales be sufficient to stave off another cash call? With the results statement also having included “as the company recovers its growth pattern it is inevitable that cash requirements will grow too”, it would seem not. Thus, ahead of an update on current trading here, to me these shares remain an avoid.
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