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
  0.00 0.0% 1.00 0.00 07:33:44
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.90 1.10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 5.04 -2.05 -0.60 4
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 1.00 GBX

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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 1p.
Starcom Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.85p and a 12 week average price of 0.71p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.71p.
There are currently 351,479,801 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,496,939 shares. The market capitalisation of Starcom Plc is £3,514,798.01.
nig1954: Also, very good news today from the BOD who have again demonstrated the lengths they are prepared to go to in providing financial support for their Company. Unlike many AIM companies with Directors on large salary and benefits packages, they are prepared to defer taking a salary for a further 12 months in lieu of share options which can be exercised at the recent closing price. Yet again they've avoided diluting the holdings of their Shareholders and have firmly aligned their interests alongside those of their patient long term holders. The BOD are demonstrating they have faith in the future of this company and anticipate earning their rewards through growing the company and extracting their return when they eventually dispose of their shares.. This resonates with their actions in Pilot Media, a company they previously grew and sold for over $100 Million. This helps to reaffirm my belief that they have similar intentions here and that they're not prepared to consider any offers until they've managed to grow the business to a level at which it becomes attractive to predators and they'll eventually relinquish control when they can dispose of their shares at a healthy premium to it's quoted share price. All the main BOD are in their late 50's so this is likely to be their final business venture before they head off into retirement and they'd prefer to leave on a swansong . I'm expecting a big improvement in Turnover, profit margin and profitability over the next couple of years. This should also become reflected in cashflows as the company becomes self sufficient and capable of financing its working capital requirements and it's future growth prospects. Eventually, we'll receive an RNS informing us of some lucrative contracts that have been awarded. The company has an excellent suite of highly rated hi-tech products that complement each other and winning the recent DHL award indicates that many knowledgeable people within the Logistics industry concur. The RNS we are awaiting could come from one of several directions as the company is beginning to amass a group of successful customers who will help to deliver it's future growth
nig1954: In the month since the Suez incident, there has been a noticeable increase in China-Europe rail freight services. It would be unrealistic to think that rail could possibly substitute large container ships in transcontinental transportation. However, just like during the Covid pandemic, rail proved during the Suez crisis that it is a viable and reliable mode of transport. Furthermore, other factors like the high costs in air freight, and container shortages in maritime transport, make rail look even more enticing. Together with the short transit times, Eurasian rail freight seems to become a crucial part of the supply chain equation. When it comes to shipping specific goods like electronic devices, time-sensitive products or when there is a sudden demand increase, rail freight is there to provide dedicated and tailor-made solutions. Interest spiked in overland logistics from the moment the Ever Given hit the banks of the Suez Canal on 23 March. Rather than sending consignments to east coast ports in China, forwarders immediately looked in the other direction, seeking to put boxes on trains heading west. Trade partners right across Europe, the Middle East and Asia were quick to realise how disruptive the blockage could be. There was a sharp rise in enquiries and promotions as soon as the extent of the problem was identified. For goods with any sort of time-critical delivery and price sensitivity, rail by any of the New Silk Road routes became the most feasible solution and alternative, ahead of air and road freight. This should prove beneficial for Starcom and it's suite of track and trace products as there is a huge market waiting to be exploited
davethechef: Took a few of these again. Has it bottomed? £3 mill mkt cpt, risk reward looks attractive at this price. Cropx - saw some positive news on this today on twitter, whilst browsing. About time we had an update!?!
andre: pakenham - I hate to burst your bubble. But in such a scenario, everything Starcom do would fall over. Everything relies on power. Your trackers might work but they send data to servers that wouldn’t. Monitoring by customers would also be unable to see anything. The trackers rely on the mobile networks.... oops. Then you try to tie STAR to the FANG stocks? And vaccines? Why not cannabis or clean energy? Blockchain? In this market any garbage can bag. Lots have already proved it. It just takes a ramp. But let’s keep it real please. STAR is a serial loss maker with no immediate prospect of that changing. It’s current MCAP is deserved.
dailylarma: Why can't STAR get going? Even with Riddler on the books for 3 years?
nig1954: The following is a series of Tweets from a new Investor outlining his reasons for investing in Starcom. He's extremely knowledgeable and hopefully this will be of some interest to those who either hold shares or are thinking of investing: I have recently built up a decent shareholding in #STAR. I think it has the potential to re-rate at a higher price. Background to the reasons for buying are as follows: 2:39 PM · Dec 3, 2020·Twitter for iPhone 2 Retweets 1 Quote Tweet 4 Likes Steeplesimon @Steeplesimon · 11m Replying to @Steeplesimon For 30 years I was a Cargo Underwriter at Lloyd’s of London. During that time I had the privilege of being a member of UK Committee of Cargo Underwriters for 17 years, the Chairman for 2 years, and a member of the World Cargo Committee for 4 years. Steeplesimon @Steeplesimon · 11m A Cargo Underwriter’s remit is to receive more in premiums than they pay out in claims (plus the expenses of running a business). Steeplesimon @Steeplesimon · 11m Claims can be reduced by working with a client using loss prevention, which can either reduce claims, or if the claim is not the fault of the client, to pin point who was in control of the cargo at the time, and ensure their insurers pay and not our client. Steeplesimon @Steeplesimon · 11m All clients have an excess on their insurance policy, and usually also a % of the profits of the insurance policy are returned to them. Use of #STAR products can reduce claims, directly saving the client money and increasing the possibility of a return of some of the premiums. Steeplesimon @Steeplesimon · 11m The majority of claims are from fire, theft, flood, water damage, breakage, damage from temperature fluctuation, accident to the carrying conveyance. #STAR’s products can monitor all of the above which helps clients and insurers. Steeplesimon @Steeplesimon · 11m If potential thieves are aware that the product has a Starcom monitored tracking device, they are much more likely to leave the product alone, and plan to steal something else instead. Steeplesimon @Steeplesimon · 12m I like that #STAR are devoting much more of their time at the moment in trying to obtain clients involved in the transportation of pharmaceutical products that are to be kept at cold temperatures, which obviously could be very lucrative. Steeplesimon @Steeplesimon · 11m I have had several discussions with Starcom about the insurance industry, the methods of marketing within the insurance industry, and the type of people to target for marketing. Steeplesimon @Steeplesimon · 11m I have been mentioning Starcom and their products with some of my insurance contacts, to discuss with their clients, the beneficial use of Starcom’s products. Steeplesimon @Steeplesimon · 11m Over $250 trillion of goods are moved around the world each year. #STAR’s client list is obviously a very very small % of this. With good business, good marketing, good contacts, and a bit of luck, I see no reason why Starcom’s revenue and profits should not expand exponentially. M35 BlueHoneybee @M35Blue · 1m Replying to @Steeplesimon And the current MCAP is way too low!! ReplyRecommend (3)Report Post bunsenburner123 Posts: 2,320 Price: 0.85 No Opinion RE: wowToday 14:48 VERY GOOD THREAD JUST POSTED ON TWITTER (#STAR) by Steeplesimon. Well worth a read and retweet ReplyRecommend (2)Report Post draft Premium Member Posts: 21,753 Price: 0.85 No Opinion wowToday 14:42 some big buys appearing ReplyRecommend (2)Report Post Randommatt Posts: 1,263 Price: 0.85 No Opinion RE: Confirmation of trackersToday 11:12 Cheers! I was thinking that as I couldn't find anything. Did anyone ask about ICL? That initial small installation was completed a while back, so I guess another order could drop from them sometime or once COVID improves. I actually think starcom have been unlucky in the past with a number of partners not working out. This is always the risk with disruptive tech, but as you say there are now a couple of really decent partners that are the real deal and will drive this company forward! Namely CropX, Cubemonk and Zero.
euclid5: Trading Update The Board considers that it is still too early to predict the impact of COVID-19 on the Company's trading for the current financial year, with many of the Company's customers still in lockdown or only recently released from it. The Board understands that certain of its clients' operations will recommence in the coming months, which is hoped will result in improved trading for the Company in the second half of the year. Https://
nig1954: I suspect it's a combination of factors. Last night's late buying has continued into this morning and judging by the size and frequency of the buys it's either a HNW individual or possibly an II seeking to establish a position. Apparently STAR were very well received at last weeks round of Fund Meetings and they even had to throw in additional sessions on Wednesday. That suggests that II's are now beginning to sit up and take notice. Also, the company is allegedly close to landing several orders with various different global partners.These will be material orders and when they arrive and are RNS'd by the company, i rather suspect it will be transformational for the share price
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.
techandy: Star share price going well I see :)
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