Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Techfinancials LSE:TECH London Ordinary Share VGG870911077 ORD USD0.0005 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.125p +16.67% 7.875p 7.25p 8.50p 10.75p 6.75p 6.75p 2,533,065 16:21:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 17.3 3.3 1.4 6.1 5.41

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Techfinancials Daily Update: Techfinancials is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TECH. The last closing price for Techfinancials was 6.75p.
Techfinancials has a 4 week average price of 6p and a 12 week average price of 5.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 18.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 4.50p.
There are currently 68,673,551 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 5,883 shares. The market capitalisation of Techfinancials is £5,408,042.14.
tradermick1: "Given this is AIM, and companies regularly dilute their shareholders and achieve nothing, I'm more than happy with this sort of dilution, because receiving $2.5M, (£2M sterling), in cash for 3.8M shares is the equivalent to a placing at a share price of 66p" Share price 10p, think there is some room for upside from this level but no reaction to that Rns yet :-)) I'm happy to hold.
tiswas: Just read the original announcement of jv again. [...] Dont pretend to fully understand it still but a key point is The Partner will transfer its trading platform activity and all other intangible assets related to its operation to the JV. Assuming the JV produces US$2 million of net profit in calendar year 2016, TechFinancials will issue to the Partner's shareholders a number of TechFinancials Inc. shares held in escrow worth US$1.54 million, at a price equal to the share price at the time of TechFinancials admission to AIM (27p), or the average price over 30 days prior to the closing date of the JV agreement, whichever the higher. The key point being that the minimum value assumed for the shares will be 27p, nearly double todays price.
bad gateway: Good to see you plugging away here hazl. I have a few of these tucked away too hoping for good no.s this month. Like the look of the chart for a bowl shaped recovery to 40p should their forward guidance be ok. Reckon the share price is just running along the bottom now waiting for an excuse to rise and living up to the bullish trading statement should just do it imo.
mickharkins1: I bought a few last week. Cypriot based, Israeli AIM binary options software company, who warned on profits shortly after listing in 2015 and are also very illiquid. What's not to like!? ;-) On the plus side, the company seem to be recovering well after a disastrous 2015. Market cap is ~£ 8 mio and they have a growing cash pile of around ~£ 3 mio. Revenues are projected to be over USD 20 mio this year (up close to 50%) with EPS of 1.11 cents, putting them on a PE of just under 10, excluding the cash. Very cheap for that level of growth, although I guess the big question is how reliable are future revenue streams? I'm no expert in this area, however, I understand some countries are banning or looking to ban binary options. In saying that, the company say the market is growing fast and will be around $ 30 bio this year, so obviously plenty of pie to aim at! Interestingly, the company have also indicated they will pay a dividend of 0.5 cents per share this year, which would equate to a yield of around 3%. The estimated earnings, EPS and dividend figures are taken from the Investor Roadshow the company did in July this year (link below from their website which also includes a couple of interviews). hxxps:// Management sound confident (backed up by the proposed dividend) and I am hoping the H1 results (to be published in the next two weeks) will be the catalyst for a share price re-rating.
johnwise: Techfinancials: Positive trading update .
jakleeds: A little bit of interest today. I wonder what caused the buying. Results can't be far away now. Since the last set of results, they've started joint ventures in USA and Hong Kong, Miton have taken an 8pc stake in the company, and directors have added shares at a premium to the prevailing share price. The chart looks to be curving up too, perhaps. Interesting times ahead methinks.
paulmastersonian: Hi Tech, Good to see your still around, I haven't been here for a long time, but I feel that the time is right to pinpoint this event .... Golden Cross on Stanelco LSE:SEO End of the long term down trend and start of the new long term up trend. Golden Cross 200 M.A rising ------------------------------------------------------- For those looking in that are not familiar with the Golden Cross read these bits: ------------------------------------------------------- The golden cross emerges when the short term moving average breaks upward beyond the curve of the longer term moving average, which indicates the end of the down trend and the start of the new up trend. ------------------------------------------------------- For those looking at the Golden Cross for entry into a longer term multi-bagger, there are several reasons to invest in Stanelco. They make bioplastic, that is plastic made from potato and corn starch, it is biodegradable and compostable, and it is currently the plastic of choice for: 1) Replacing plastic carrier bags 2) Composting of kitchen and garden waste 3) Replacing plastic on food packaging 4) Replacing plastic for bottled water and carbonated drinks 5) Thousands of other plastic packaging uses, mostly to replace oil and gas based plastics, but there are some new uses also. Stanelco is for investors in: 1) 'Green' technologies 2) Environmentally friendly products 3) High growth 4) Ethical investing 5) CO2 or climate change reduction 2007 sales were 41.1% up on 2006, this year 100%+ should not be difficult. Things that are helping Stanelco achieve high growth: 1) Legislation banning oil and gas based plastics in favour of bioplastics 2) Public opinion for banning oil and gas based plastics in favour of bioplastics 3) Proven technology for 20 years 4) Rising prices of oil and gas based plastics and lowering costs of bioplastics 5) Existing and fast growing demand for bioplastics 6) Agents and Partners covering large chunks of the developed world 7) Agents and Partners already selling the products 8) Consistently large numbers of enquiries since oil prices have reached $100 a barrel 9) Manufacturing capabilities able to fill large orders for big clients 10) Cash in the bank to last about three years 11) Sales in the USA and Stanelco looking to manufacture in the USA/Canada later in 2008, this will save the 15% import duty on their bioplastic, making them even more competetive in the USA and Canada 12) The 'best in class' bioplastics versus the competition 13) Lowest cost bioplastics versus the competition Are they cheap? Yes: 1) The MCap is currently below the NAV 2) Cash in the bank represents 30% of the MCap 3) Growing sales, looking at a profit in 2008, huge tax rebate for past losses, possible dividends in 2009 4) Compared to it's peers Stanelco is cheap at £21.44m .... a) Plantic £37.8m yet a fraction of the sales and a big and consitent loss maker, no profit for 3-5 years .... b) Cereplast £67m yet is investing in expansion and will need more cash, no profit for 2-3 years .... c) Metabolix £132m yet not even going to be commercial until late 2008 or early 2009, burning cash, had $100m and looking for another $100m, will be much smaller than Stanelco for Bioplastic tonnage, just downgraded by its house broker, no profit for 4 years according to its own analysts. Please DYOR on this, and plenty of it, the sky really is the limit for Bioplastic as it can replace nearly all plastics and that is many millions of tonnes per annum, at around £2,500 per tonne it's going to bring in big dividends in a few years, Stanelco dividends will likely surpass the current share price, in other words by investing now it becomes money for old rope. Stanelco link Stanelco independent research site and shareholders forum And don't forget that Golden Cross ;-)
purcells: Tech, I am very intrigued by the share price movement of Glaxo (GSK), as it has been hovering above and around 1,500 p for some time since its recent high. The chart looks as if the 1,500 will not hold although it bounced back from below it on Friday. I would be grateful for your opinion.
bitterlemontart: Sell Rio Tinto Says Bill Adlard of Back in February my target for gold was $570, and now we've made it. The pattern is, so far, a zigzag correction after a down move in five waves, and it's hit a common Fibonacci retracement level. It may need to go a little higher and close the gap just below $574. All this would be enough to consider gold a strong sell with a stop loss at $579.5, but for one thing. It's possible that the plunge to $539 was a C wave, and that gold has one more rally to a new high left in it. The MACD indicator is quite a useful guide here. If the top has been made, the grey down trendline should not be broken. What's needed is a turn below $579.5 and a small five waves down to kick off a down trend. I wouldn't say sell now, but watch for a sudden down move. The value of investments can go down as well as up. Investing in equities can lose you part or all of your capital. is owned by Ltd which is authorised and regulated by the FSA and can be contacted at 49 Rivington St, London EC2A 3QB or on 0207 033 9389 Gold's somewhat ambivalent position is reflected in the share price of Rio Tinto. It has made a lower high and a lower low, indicating a possible down trend, and the averages have crossed over. A "Delphic" sell signal will be given if the price of Rio rallies up above the red line and then turns down below it again. That's the sell signal, and the stop loss goes on the blue average.
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