Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Trakm8 Holdings Plc LSE:TRAK London Ordinary Share GB00B0P1RP10 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50 -2.17% 22.50 16,500 13:12:55
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
21.00 24.00 23.00 22.50 23.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 19.15 -3.56 -6.20 11
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
13:12:46 O 7,500 22.10 GBX

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11/12/2019
08:20
Trakm8 Daily Update: Trakm8 Holdings Plc is listed in the Technology Hardware & Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TRAK. The last closing price for Trakm8 was 23p.
Trakm8 Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 15.50p and a 12 week average price of 15.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 37.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 15.50p.
There are currently 49,975,002 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 64,497 shares. The market capitalisation of Trakm8 Holdings Plc is £11,244,375.45.
10/12/2019
10:42
trakm8fan: I just did some clicking around on the Arden website - link below. Then I thought I'd look at their share price as they are listed on AIM. Their share price has been going straight down from 53p on 1/1/18 to 17p now. hxxps://www.arden-partners.com/
09/12/2019
17:38
trakm8fan: I'm not sure it will start gliding up without more news. I think the next few days will be telling while people absorb the results and wait to see what happens. This could easily start sliding down gradually again. Share price movements largely seem random to me. Blonde said there would be a Q3 update in January, why is that?
05/12/2019
12:08
dc2: I remain unconvinced with this doom and gloom. The recent share price increase, the launch of smart breakdown (whatever the facts) and the reported recruitment drive (because of recent contracts) all point to a more positive outlook. I think they will be conservative in their statement for good reason. I am with Blondeamon on this 100p or bust.... (and no point in selling at this price).
12/11/2019
11:37
dave2608: "Share price? If the above is achieved and the market pays attention, given how ill-liquid Trak is, then 30/40p by year end." Which year end would this be?
12/11/2019
08:17
knowbodyyouno: The problem we have is any analysis has to based on information that Trak provides (very limited and of questionable veracity), or speculation resulting from our own research (Blonde / Dave and so on, perhaps rightly, point to doom and gloom). We haven't (as yet) had any profit warnings, so presumably, nothing material has happened (requiring an RNS) that has/would derail what we were told in the last RNS: "Half Year adjusted loss therefore should be considerably lower than last year." and... "very significant improvement on the cash outflow of the corresponding period of the previous year." (partly, reliant on an R&D tax rebate turning up during H1) Despite what Blonde says, I'm inclined to believe that Smart Breakdown is live, so that's also positive. We should also be told in the next update whether Lexis, Ingenie and the other insurance company has launched. As usual H2 is weighted more heavily and if Trak is to be believed the "second half of the year will benefit from commencement of shipments to our new volume insurance customers, resumption of shipments to our automotive customers along with the improved sales performance in the Fleet market. Direct and indirect costs are expected to continue to reduce, delivering incremental savings over and above the £2m communicated last financial year." "with market expectations of a relatively modest recovery (low double digit growth ) in revenues (say 10/12% - 21/22m revenues for the year?) with small adjusted profitability (presumably in the low hundreds of thousands)" Share price? If the above is achieved and the market pays attention, given how ill-liquid Trak is, then 30/40p by year end. Of course, all this is reliant on Trak not going bust in the meantime, the insurance contracts launching, no further cash calls / dilution, no quantum vortexes opening up and mysteriously burning up the cash. And that's without the potential impact of a disorderly brexit and the UK falling into recession.
05/11/2019
08:06
trakm8fan: This business only really started making good money when it landed the DLG contract 5 or 6 years ago. DLG did reduce its volume last year when the share price bombed from 65 to 15p. So DLG were basically the only basket this business had their eggs in. Since then they landed the deal with LexisNexis and I think other insurance companies. These haven't started shipping as far as we know. If and when they do then they could both easily match or surpass the volumes of DLG. Which in my mind sees revenues from insurance being easily above what they ever were or even double or more. That doesn't include the AA, the AA's European partners and EE who have also started selling them too. If all of these things happen then it could be very big. If some of them happen it could be double of triple their revenue from 2 or 3 years ago. If none of them happen and nothing else changes then the business will fail unless it reduces costs. I see various outcomes and only one is failure. If they had not signed contracts with all these big players this would be a dead duck. LexisNexis, AA and EE are big names and none of their competitors have landed deals like this. That's why I believe the jam will come and I think Microlise paying 3 million shows they agree and the CFO paying 125k himself shows he agrees too. If we see double or triple the revenue from 2 or 3 years ago then we could easily see a share price double what it was 2 or 3 years ago or even more bar some dilution from the fund raising and Microlise buying 20%.
02/11/2019
07:02
trakm8fan: How what? Why are people forgetting the good news here just because there have been some delays. The CFO put 30k into the shares when he first started at a price over £1 and then he put 125k into shares when the price crashed down to 20p. Ok he now gets paid 150k per year but let's gloss over that. They found money - a lot of money - when they needed it from microlise who paid more than the share price at the time. Why would microlise do that unless they see growth here. They sold the building down south because they didn't need it. They had moved to Birmingham. Nothing else needed to say about this. They took a bigger building in Birmingham in anticipation of the increased volumes expected which would require a bigger facility to manufacture. Makes sense if the volume is coming or looks like madness if it is not. They are currently increasing debt because they are not bringing in enough money but either this is because they are all incompetent or because they know the money is coming. They could start laying people off if the money was not going to come. They are not doing this. Again either because they are incompetent or because they know it's coming. All I see here is a company which landed some very large contracts which could have broken their business due to their size and - obviously with deals like this - complexity. And maybe it nearly did break their business. There have been some delays getting these over the line and into production but once these delays are over they will start generating money at much higher levels than the business did previously by a factor of 3, 4 or 5. Yes the delays have been longer than anyone anticipated. I'd imagine JW would be the first to admit that. But you cant play around with big contracts and yes you are putting all your eggs from one big basket into one or two other big or bigger baskets but that is what has happened here. Will the AA be big - we don't know yet. But clearly the AA is a big company to do business with and they chose trakm8. It is only one of the big contracts. You either believe these contracts have happened, are much larger than they could have coped with previously and are delayed while kinks are worked out or they are just bogus. Make your choice.
02/4/2019
09:50
dc2: I seriously doubt that he was contractually obliged to put in £125K of his own money into the recent placing. I am not saying he is necessarily all-knowing when it comes to the company, after all he signed off the interim report which included a going concern clause stating they would be good for the next 12 months - just a couple of months before the placing. As for the market, it is not always right - there is a sheep mentally to some of this - look at the negative sentiment we currently feel. I have mentioned before that a book I read ("A random walk down wall street") pretty much states that share prices can behave like a seriously drunk person trying to walk home. My prediction...... the update will confirm 35% revenue loss with the usual suspects wheeled out (Brexit, young drivers and AA delay). It will be followed immediately by 30,000+ new unit sales and very very very strong pipeline news (aka jam tomorrow) and some chat about the nature of clustering in contract wins (hence none so far but they are coming, honest). There will also be talk about new deal with Microlise which further proves the strategic relationship (but no real detail) - this may include re-visitng the Iran sale. If we are very lucky then they may announce a contract win but it will not be big. Share price up 20% on close. Obviously, if it is a Friday RNS then it will read the same with a hidden sentence asking if somebody could turn the lights off as they leave. Share price down 50%
13/2/2019
20:20
designer g: I'm afraid I disagree with Mr MacGregor. I consider myself one of the new wave of investors from Dec 2018. When I first looked at TrakM8 the share price was 21.75p. I've done very well from TrakM8 since Dec 2018 with my 20K outlay @22p. It did get to over 37p until recently. TrakM8 is undergoing some restructuring of personnel and is finding it's feet again but has a very positive outlook with an exciting new alliance with Microlise. It will have many new orders in the order book and big investors in the future. Hargreaves Landsdown, the well respected investment company, has a substantial share holding (5 million) I think and realizes the company's future potential. I firmly believe the share price will be at least 60p within 3 to 6 months. It's still an excellent investment opportunity for anyone wanting to invest. Just hold onto your shares once you have bought them.
11/1/2019
08:44
smithie6: I didnt think much of the idea of Microlise buying TRACK... since the TRAK dirs & major hldrs own so much of TRAK & they wouldnt agree selling with this low share price but Microlise buying TRACK using Microlise shares ...in the future (with a share price with trading in a situation considered to be normal)...might be more plausible... phps linked with Microlise taking over the listing & the founder of Microlise cashing in some of his Microlise shares to be a cash millionaire... & the MD of TRAK could turn some shares into cash if he wanted (after a share price recovery) which is very difficult with illiquid TRAK shares & his big holding. the combined entity would be quite appealling to the mkt I think ...good range of products & skills & sizeable customer base with recurring income & international presence incl. India
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