Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Symphony Environmental Technologies LSE:SYM London Ordinary Share GB0009589168 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 7.75p 2,500 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
7.50p 8.00p 7.75p 7.75p 7.75p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 8.27 0.43 0.28 27.7 12.0

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15/11/201817:25Symphony Environmental - Profitably Melting the World's Plastic !!5,788
07/11/201800:53Symphony out of tune8
25/7/201817:01good interview with CEO-
24/7/201818:30change of direction?-
23/7/201808:46It's all political....3

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Symphony Environmental Daily Update: Symphony Environmental Technologies is listed in the Chemicals sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SYM. The last closing price for Symphony Environmental was 7.75p.
Symphony Environmental Technologies has a 4 week average price of 7.25p and a 12 week average price of 6.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 34.35p while the 1 year low share price is currently 6.50p.
There are currently 154,344,377 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 241,603 shares. The market capitalisation of Symphony Environmental Technologies is £11,961,689.22.
neilrr: Disappointed to see zero answers from the SYM believers so far on these 3 straight forward questions. I know you know this stuff because you've all done extensive research before buying into this company, right? Can we have the answers today please? ....................................... Https:// "30 November 2001 FIRST DAY OF DEALINGS Market capitalisation following the Placing at the placing price #8.92m" Anyone care to guess the market cap today, 17 years later? ....................................... Anyone care to guess how much Michael Laurier & the BoD of SYM have been paid up to today, 17 years later? ....................................... Anyone care to guess how much profit SYM have made since their launch on AIM 17 years ago?
neilrr: Https:// "30 November 2001 FIRST DAY OF DEALINGS Market capitalisation following the Placing at the placing price #8.92m" Anyone care to guess the market cap today, 17 years later?
philjeans: Nice little business - right place right time. Selling well abroad. Profitable. Cash rich. Share price pummelled on negative press. Excellent recovery prospects here now.
aiming: another post copied from LSE - looks like Friday was not all what it seemed ... so where are we after Friday's events and are there any 'trading' aspects to be considered in the share price moves over the past couple of weeks and possibly going forward ? One important factor that many are conscious of is that shares don't always go up or down simply on the number of buys or sells (a popular misconception) there can often be other factors at play particularly in between news releases, news (good/bad or even incorrect (!) news changes things, as we know) The overiding view and suggestion from those closer to the trading desk was that after a meteoric rise from around 15p to 33p a short was in play ahead of any expected news, shorts of this size don't guess ime they are very aware of any upcoming news and often begin to close out steadily (over days or a week or two) before potential news arrives or the share price reaches a level that provides a great entry level and buying begins, So to avoid a spike and ensure they don't lose profits they will roll the trades back in gradually. The trading patterns of bock trades, that appeared to trade against any buying daily and a drop from 30p to 18p over such a short time frame with the position of the mm's being of note (Sing in particular ) all suggested the short was in play and as we neared the end of last week it started to gradually close out from 18p, the share price did start to show signs of rising quickly wednesday 21.5p (20% up from 18p !) maybe a little quick if you have £150k+ to buy back, maybe, who knows ? Co incidently and I'm no conspiracy theorist, (but always pays to keep an open mind on Aim and when large money is at stake) we had the re run of the old ( approx a year or more old from memory) bbc news story focused on SYM who were given little or no notice as stated and the story was out, incorrect, mis leading, factually incorrect unsubtantiated evidence from a lay person as it turns out (not an expert qualified person) as stated in the following days RNS from SYM. So that's an unfortunate co incidence or not depending on your position or view, anyway that's what happened, and in reality nothing has materially changed except importantly the share price dropped further on the day from 18p to 15p. A paper loss for many, a real loss for those who sold their holding who were in higher and on the face of it you'd imagine a 27% drop saw a huge sell off take place, you'd imagine . The figures printed on LSE are never entirely accurate due to the mid price trades, however, it does provide a decent guide to what actually happened on Friday regarding buys v sells and if you look at the trades declared it provides an interesting read .... Trades 424 - Sold 1,992,840 and wait for it...... Buys 4,414,727 Has the short closed out in the storm ? The volume of buys was greater than sells, and the share price did not rise against this buying volume, interesting trading mechanics on a day that suggested a sell off but in reality was not what it appeared. Interesting week ahead ;-)
mattjos: I see the bitter & twisted neilrr is back appearing on the thread, no doubt motivated by the price rise.This is a poster who is only ever happy if the share price declines, irrespective of anything else. He has a very personal & long standing, butter grudge against company management so, please, do all bear that in mind when reading whatever he is spouting this time around.
swiss paul: Your earthquake might have been some American shells that landed nearby lol. "One thing I did leave out in my previous post was share price growth over the last 5 years 2013 5/6p " Past performance is not a guide for the future - as shown by the recent price drop which was a result of???? - It was based on what the city thought might be the future and it was not as rosy as Sym painted it - they really need to up the game.
acamas: swiss paul, Yes it was the house broker but currently it does not look a stiff target to achieve imo. One thing I did leave out in my previous post was share price growth over the last 5 years 2013 5/6p today say 26p that is a five bagger give or take a little bit. Lets see what happens over the remainder of this year with the share price
tewkesbury: Quite a lot across several countries and products. This busines will grow and grow.
swiss paul: Matjoss / spawny - my investment with these muppets is now +88.86%, it was over a 100%. So put your money where your mouth is then. Are you happy at losing that amount. So show me a company who purchases a distribution channel - it aint core business. Another Muppet statement: revenue from Saudi alone could - notice the word could? If Africa grew enough food it could feed itself - is that likely to happen? Ah so you listened to them speaking - what do you expect - the truth - or spins? C'mon - think about it - every RNS you read is full of spin - get behind the headlines. Its more about what is not said. Am not worried about summits - am worried about sales - and cash coming in - sending out RNS's (that cost money) only to say someone is on TV - that is my money they are wasting. AM sure you understand the difference and the pricing structure on the various types of RNS? Finally - why do you think the share price has tanked since the T&O update?
edpick: I took a small position here today. This is a speculative stock but it has the hallmarks of a stock that did extremely well for me in 2017 - Zoo Digital. 1. SYM has been around for a number of years, always promising jam tomorrow. Investors see it's track record of false dawns and simply avoid it without looking further, creating an opportunity for others. 2. The market has been slow to react to the 27 October 2017 trading update (in ZOO's case it took 3 months for the share price to finally react to the trading update which was put out on 7 April 2017). 3. SYM operates in a trendy growth industry so could re-rate to extremely high multiples of PE. 4. Operational gearing. Profits will grow disproportionately to sales. I understand where the detractors are coming from. Here is the main bear case around the technology hTTps:// But I am satisfied with SYM's response to this hTTp:// The rising trend of sales and profits indicates there is a growing appetite for SYM's products. As they're not a one trick pony and have a positive balance sheet, they won't be going bust any time soon, so they are less of a risk than other speculative stocks. I'm expecting this stock to at least double in value through 2018.
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