Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Trakm8 Holdings LSE:TRAK London Ordinary Share GB00B0P1RP10 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -42.75p -66.28% 21.75p 4,470,898 16:22:14
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21.00p 22.50p 43.50p 20.50p 43.50p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 30.08 1.17 4.40 4.9 7.8

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18/11/201818:21TRAKm8 Cutting edge Telematics & vehicle management3,198
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Trakm8 Daily Update: Trakm8 Holdings is listed in the Technology Hardware & Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TRAK. The last closing price for Trakm8 was 64.50p.
Trakm8 Holdings has a 4 week average price of 20.50p and a 12 week average price of 20.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 162.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 20.50p.
There are currently 36,044,254 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 57,874 shares. The market capitalisation of Trakm8 Holdings is £7,839,625.25.
pj 1: Just having a look, sorry to see the share price where it is and the Company what I class as mis-leading Investors and the Market. Way to much bad history here for me, the Management have no credibility anymore, until the Board is changed it's on the bargepole list. All IMO
horndean eagle: Its astonishing how incompetent and useless these guys are. The amount of money they have poured into r+d and they have sweet FA to show for it. Financial management is appalling. There was no way they were going to meet forecasts and yet they carried on peddling it out even at the agm. Totally deluded and incompetent. Either management need to be totally refreshed and existing lot kicked out or the company needs to be put up for sale. Its astonishing they keep on spending as they do expanding operations etc when there seems to be sweet FA success in sales and marketing. An acquirer could easily wring out some huge savings so would have to think its strategic value is a lot higher than current share price suggests. Whether management run into the ground even more before then is another matter. Truly shocking.
keepquiet: Unfortunately its the world we live in, personally i see these tracking systems and cameras from the driver protection angle, i hear all too often the "Prove It" comment these days...Trak should be shouting more about the different angles but I really dont see that from them, well not as much as i would like, great marketing is a salesman's dream. On the other hand we dont see many fleet manager testimonials, apart from the couple they recycle for the prime product...i love Trak and completely believe they will succeed and this share price will rocket but my biggest criticism is the marketing team but that responsibility needs to be at the top, surely he sees these comments
dave2608: Well if you hold a bucketload of shares, I'd expect you to be happy with a move in the price upwards. Kind of stating the obvious is it not? Why am I still here? Because it's interesting watching this story unfold. It's Like a soap opera. We have seen rallies in the last couple of years of the share price but let's be honest, they've all been sucker rallies buoyed on by optimistic rhetoric which as of yet just hasn't materialised. Are we about to have another sucker rally or is it the real deal this time? Let's just say I'm not so optimistic as some. Not suggesting for one moment that it's not possible, it is, but I'm highly skeptical. Now I've no doubt that some folk have made a packet here by riding these sucker rallies, then flogging their stock and buying in again after another tank in the share price, waiting for the nest sucker rally, rinse and repeat.
blondeamon: Just saw the 1 hour video presentation and the strategy they have is really jaw dropping. The existing deals with road clubs Watkins claimed will bring 325,000 Automotive Connections by 2020. New contracts in Insurance will also help get close to 300,000 Insurance contracts, which is not that far from where they are today. Going from 75,000 Fleet devices to 200k by 2020 is IMO unachievable unless they manage to get it off in Europe where they plan to sell Trakm8 Prime everywhere. The recurring revenue alone by 2020 should cover all costs and convert all remaining revenue into profit with a 49% gross margin according to Watkins. That should be double digit numbers of millions pbt. If they pull off even 30% of what they described today the share price should be worth at least 200p. It will all depend on seeing these new contracts that he described are 'imminent'. My buy on Thursday looks well timed. Everyone do your own research, this is a highly volatile and illiquid AIM share so tread with caution. Video here: Https://
40toolong: Having watched Green Flags TV advert this weekend, they are really taking a dig at the AA. I do hope that someone at DLG (who owns Green Flag) sees that for £100m they could buy Trakm8 and really hurt the AA by controlling the stock and the cost of Car Genie to them whilst benefiting from the licensing of the product to breakdown clubs round the world. The PR from such a move alone would push up the DLG share price (2.5% increase for the DLG share price would cover the sale!) DLG could then really start pushing Trak products to their consumer and growing fleet proposition. Streamlining a business with £30m annual turnover would also see them increase profits At trak and also help pay for the deal. I can only hope there is someone at DLG who is as smart as I am..... Wednesday’s results would be a good time to announce this. The Floow was a business working with DLG which they then invested in, not unreasonable for them to do it again, they have always extended the working contracts they have together....
michaelmouse: Eric - If you bother to look at the recent trading update then you'll see many of the relevant figures for the year ending March 2018:- It's easy to read. Revenues will be £30m+. Read the rest yourself. That's pretty much £30m more in revenues than Opti reported, yet Opti is valued on a higher market cap. Astonishing really. Out the two Trakm8 is the far more sensible valuation (imo) but I am hopeful that as further growth kicks in then the valuation of Trakm8 will rise considerably. Anyway, not long to wait since they'll issue their full year results 2nd July and hopefully give an indication re: early trading from April 2018 onwards. Blondeamon makes some excellent points and I suggest you read them. Yesterday's announcement of an International Contract win is excellent news. An additional 40,000 devices is a big number added to the recently reported 251,000. It'll make a massive difference to recurring revenues.
rivaldo: Featured in today's Shares Magazine, which should bring in more interest: Https:// "Magazine - 01 Mar 2018 Genie is magic for Trakm8 Vehicle diagnostic tool promises demand boost for telematics supplier If there was a bright spot in AA’s (AA.) painful profit warning and slashed dividend it comes in the shape of Car Genie. This is the self-installed plug-in road vehicle diagnostics box that the road-side recovery business has been testing. You may have seen the ads on TV. AA reckons Car Genie is capable of predicting a third of breakdowns before they happen. Powering the solution is the fleet telematics network and analytics of AIM-listed Trakm8 (TRAK:AIM). The company saw its share price jump nearly 5% to 89.5p on the same day of AA’s update. Analysts at broker FinnCap have crunched the numbers on the AA’s approximate 3.3m members and 1.9m insurance policies, and reckon there could be a £100m future revenue opportunity over the long-term for Trakm8 from this one contract alone."
paleje: 3i say recovery clearly intact and next month's numbers and TU keenly awaited. I think your enthusiasm is well placed Blondie ans should say thanks cos it was a post from you months ago which originally alerted me to the potential. By David Brenchley | Wed, 7th June 2017 - 13:09 Trakm8's big win keeps recovery intact Keeping the faith is sometimes difficult to do, and Trakm8 (TRAK) will have been a frustrating holding for some investors. It's long been an Interactive Investor and City favourite, but has been a source of frustration in recent months. Having been a star for so long after listing on AIM back in 2005 - it surged from 4p in 2009 to a December 2015 high of over £4 - a string of profit warnings wiped out 85% of its value over the next year and a half. However, after a trio of contract wins and extensions last month, the telematics and data supplier's troubles could be over, with March's low of 60p a clear bottom. Trakm8 shares have doubled in value since then and were up as much as 8% Wednesday after agreeing an extension to an existing contract with £175 billion oil major Royal Dutch Shell (RDSB). The deal allows it to expand development of its Smart Charging product and, Trakm8 says, provide Shell with a capability to manage and optimise the charging of electric vehicles, initially for the US market. Trakm8 and Shell have been working together since 2013 through Trakm8's Optimisation business Route Monkey, which helps organisations improve productivity and efficiency. Trakm8 chief executive John Watkins says the deal "extends the ongoing work to cover this financial year and creates a framework for continued collaboration". And it's this extension with regards to Route Monkey, after supermarket chain Iceland recently signed up to use the service until April 2024, that's giving Trakm8 a much needed boost. Long-time fan and house broker finnCap said last week that the Iceland deal, along with contracts signed with Mecalec and Direct Line in the weeks previous, will "all help to reassure investors and underpin current forecasts". "Furthermore, [the Iceland] contract validates the long and expensive programme of acquisitions and developments that Trakm8 has undertaken over the last few years to broaden its portfolio of products and services," analyst Lorne Daniel explained. He adds that a change in approach from Trakm8 is now enabling the firm to secure large fleet contracts "and we expect to see more such services in the year ahead". Trakm8 is a company we have backed before. Edmond Jackson drew attention to what he described as "a contrarian's dream" back in November up at £1.50, but the stock disappointed. Undeterred, Edmond took a second look the day before the Iceland deal was announced last week. He concluded that the unravelling of the share price was due more to "timing and investment than lack of appeal of Trakm8's technology", as evidenced by the raft of recent deals. Pre-tax profit for the full-year 2017 is expected to be much lower than 2016's £3.8 million at just £1 million before shooting back up to £3 million in 2018, according to finnCap's forecasts. At one point, those forecasts stood at £5.9 million and £7.2 million respectively. Adjusted earnings per share look likely to be well down next year at 2.8p, giving it a rather lofty looking forecast price/earnings (PE) ratio of 42 times. Trakm8 has traded on an average historic PE of around 30 times, although that was when earnings were growing fast. Daniel has a target price of 180p on Trakm8 shares, suggesting upside of 53%. The next catalyst will be results and a first-quarter update due early next month, which Daniel expects "should provide greater clarity on the sale of the opportunities for the combined product range". We await them with interest.
jombaston: Given the fuss I thought I should read TW. It seems he has 2 arguments: 1. TRAK overpaid for Route Monkey Is TW saying that they didn't perform due diligence before the acquisition? Really? I don't think TRAK were buying RM just for current profits. In any case, the TRAK share price has fallen by several times the total cost of RM! 2. TRAK did not generate FCF in the last full year numbers And this is news? They have been quite clear about reinvesting into capex and r&d rather than paying a dividend. There is no suggestion of any fraud or accounting irregularities so I'm quite relieved. I think the message is DYOR, rather than buying or selling on tips. You are only helping the tipsters who thrive on publicity!
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