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
  0.00 0.0% 16.50 12,238 07:34:04
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
15.00 18.00 16.50 16.50 16.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 19.55 -1.71 -2.19 8
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
08:44:46 O 12,238 16.80 GBX

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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 16.50p.
Trakm8 Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 16.50p and a 12 week average price of 16.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 25.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 10.10p.
There are currently 49,975,002 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 55,740 shares. The market capitalisation of Trakm8 Holdings Plc is £8,245,875.33.
6jacko: Trakm8 fan -being one of the Watkins which we all know you are, you would of course be defensive of insider trading, be very bias and talk about family and friends encourage to buy the shares to get the share price up. Some people are easily fooled. Me and blondeAmon know the company and you personally so are not as easily fooled As other share holders. Having worked for many plcs, I’m simply flabbergasted at how this one trades and completely gets away with braking all the rules, crooked right from the top! Staff still working on furlough!! Everyone thinks itS great a new large contract, what a spin! The fact the contract is bespoke, burns cash, total loss leader and will be full of risk, great job by the sales team but hardly anything to shout about for trak! 2 years of waiting for the money and giving it away below market rates is sheer desperation! Interesting glass door review popped up at the weekend too!
trakm8fan: I'm not gloating. Not sure if thats what you mean. Blondie used to be one of Trakm8's biggest Bulls. That changed. Now their biggest Bear. I'm struggling to see any basis for the doom and gloom now compared to 2 or 3 weeks ago. Trakm8's share price has started to rise since their results improved and then news of a contract win. I remember when JW decided to start buying companies and we all thought he was crazy. Now look whats happening. We are seeing news of a large contact win from one of these acquisitions. This changes Trakm8 from a Black Box company. This now makes us so much more than that. Is it a loss leader I dont know. I'm struggling to see how it could lose money if it is all software. Do we not already employee these software people. What do they do every day at work if it is not make software for us. If they spend their time making this software better so we can sell it to more companies like this one is that not good for us. Does that not further elevate us from Black Box manufacturer. Does that not further open up the possibilities of us selling this software to more large companies like the one in the RNS. Is that why the share price went up. Is that why people are investing here. Have people finally decided this business wont fail. If it wont fail then is the share price too low. If it doesnt fail then will the share price rise from here.
andre: Horndean Eagle - Nice moniker by the way. I do agree that Trevor seems to play the same game. However, BRH is a diversified investment company and not just reliant on one strand of business like a lot of cowboys. Listed companies have to have non-execs and the pool of those with experience is well stocked with self-servers too. The jury is out on BRH until one of their investments proves its worth. TrakM8 has a long history of underperformance and ‘interesting’ director dealings. But at the end of the day it’ll probably never make a profit. And Amazon it isn’t. So it relies on PI’s constantly getting sucked in to prop its MCAP. Last accounts showed £5.6m of debt I recall. And that isn’t getting paid down from what I can see. For a company with no profits historically or on the horizon (and cash flow issues) I just see this as dodgy as hell. But that’s just a personal opinion as is the rest of this post. Do you own research obviously. Share price rise today is very surprising on that news.
knowbodyyouno: Cheers for posting this. Took up a decent position in AA., recently off the back of the bonkers share price at the time. Today's update was a nice confirmation of what most know: it is an excellent company that will easily weather the current storm. It also has decent growth prospects. People have different views on its debt. My own is that it's well under control and management have a solid plan to service it and eventually see much of it off. This brings us nicely back to Trak and the aspects of the plan that you highlight above. If (and we know there's a question mark over this) Trak and survive COVID19, then I think the future partnership looks very bright. If not, then one must assume the AA will buy up Trak's tech from the administrators (or buy Trak in a fire sale - if Microlise acquiesce) and continue with what looks like a solid plan. My hope and faith of course lies in the former.
dc2: 6jacko, I read your post as a group of people left a company during an unprecedented crisis in the world. Some, like Nickie, did so without having a job to go to (according to her LinkedIn Profile) and did this in favour of being furloughed. Must be some pretty serious reason to do that even if you hate the company (Dave, yes - sinking ship and all). I read that sales people were concerned with support roles - I have heard of sales people which sell things that aren't physically possible without any concern for down the line. I read that given a 20% churn that the sales team are busy and successful even if Trakm8 can't keep the sales - this is evidenced by Trakm8's revenue remaining roughly the same. However, I accept I may be wrong. Perhaps the appointment of a group sales and marketing director was done to address those very concerns you point out. Although, I think it is more likely that this appointment ruffled a few feathers. As for the cash flow - no disagreement there - hence the share price.
michaelmouse: dc2 - Microlise own 20% and the Directors own about 27% which gives the figure of 47% not in public hands. Blondeamon - "Not a single Institution is investing in TRAK which is a major red flag." How would they do this without Trakm8 raising money through a placing? If an institution was interested they couldn't pick up shares in the open market without sending the share price into the stratosphere given the high illiquidity in trading the shares. The last placing was in January 2019 when Microlise took 20% at a share price of 22p with the Directors taking a further £700,000 worth.
dc2: Thanks Dave, I think that was my point although I accept that the £1.7 may reflect the end of the period and so there may be extra cash (from the deferral).More telling is the QTX vs TRAK share price today. I feel the QTX's update was more brutal but the share went positive, unlike trak.
dc2: Blondeamon, personally I believe you want this company to fail to i) vindicate your decision to close your position and ii) seek revenge on the BOD. This is evident with your recent review of the SB product and whilst you are trying to persuade others to follow you it further depresses the share price and is also at odds with the aforementioned review; it appears that PIs are cannon fodder i.e. I have your interests at heart whilst publicly slagging Trakm8 off. This is reinforced by what appears to be you talking the company up whilst you were selling. Who knows the full impact of the coranvirus outbreak. However, I am seeing the government guaranteeing 80% of PAYE and a renewed focus on the transportation of goods. I also note that their last TU suggested that they were on target (ok, things can change). As for dongles, private or public transport - what is your preference. Time will tell and you may be correct and I may be that moron you speak of.
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.
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 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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