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 -2.7% 18.00 40,846 09:00:03
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
17.00 19.00 18.50 18.00 18.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 19.15 -3.56 -6.20 9
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
10:12:09 O 6,661 17.355 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 18.50p.
Trakm8 Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 18p and a 12 week average price of 18p.
The 1 year high share price is 70p while the 1 year low share price is currently 14.50p.
There are currently 49,975,002 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 15,107 shares. The market capitalisation of Trakm8 Holdings Plc is £8,995,500.36.
dc2: Will there be an AGM video this year? I assume this would be the first time JW would have to explain the past 12 months to the share holders. Ok, what he says may not be the same as the reality I am in but would like to see what he has to say nonetheless. I assume by the further decline in the share price (just when you think there were no more sellers left) that the AGM (and R&D tax credit point) did not instil confidence.
knowbodyyouno: The AA isn't going bust anytime soon. The last RNS was positive and a few positions have been taken since. Share price is up 25% in the last couple of months (although admittedly, very low). However, the most significant point is that Trak's products are an integral part of its turn around plan. Let's hope they put it into action soon.
horndean eagle: Not sure I would trust Arden to manage any discretionary money. TRAK not done themselves any favours here. Today's commentary sounded like another profit warning but in fact they were only re-iterating market expectations. I guess they could be taking a different approach and getting in their profit warnings in ahead of later in the year. Trakm8 reported an inline set of FY19 numbers and management reiterated its FY20E guidance. We highlight that this is in the context that: (1) the platform has been strengthened with £4m of cost efficiency delivered over FY18-FY19A; (2) recent contract wins in Insurance; and (3) growing momentum in Fleet. On our (unchanged) forecasts, the group is poised to see a modest uptick in revenues drive a return to profitability and reduction of net debt in FY20E. We expect a positive response from the share price in early trading to reflect an improved risk profile. We have a Neutral rating on the stock with a PT of 40p.
blondeamon: Thanks for the detailed update. All data point to a mindset change on Trakm8, shifting fast and furiously to Sales and Marketing and abandoning all Engineering spend. They haven't advertised an IT orole in the past year while they have 6 open Sales/marketing roles and they have already filled 6 sales and mkting roles with some top notch hires. The new head of sales, Nickie, was for 12 years at Masternaut...a direct competitor and a successful company. She was hired at TRAK and was asked to build her own team, she hand picked everyone. That is a huge honor. In 6 months they have brought in 4 new Insurance contracts and some very small Fleet ones. Considering every new team takes 6-18 months to make an impact I think 2019 will prove to be different than the last 2 years. At least that is my hope. Company still in the red and need to produce hard cash. I don't expect to see any changes in share price until AA launches and goes big with TV ads and radio ads like last time with Car Genie and the singing baby in the ad. Then their Insurance and B2B can follow with their own telematics products, bringing in even more bacon for TRAK. P.S 7 road clubs already in Europe using TRAK, mostly ANWB and some small ones but Austria's OAMTC is also ready to go live with theirs by end of May.
dc2: A few final thoughts. It was quiet at the CV show yesterday although it was the first day so perhaps this was expected. The conversation I had with Trakm8 also included the launch of their latest version of Insight, this was one of the reasons given for the delay in RH600 ADAS although I cannot see the connection. The other reasons concerned the software development life-cycle (stuck in test longer than they expected). To be fair, this does not surprise me as the AI idea is simple but the use cases are varied and challenging. The two people I spoke to were professional and upbeat even though I was berating them over the share price (clearly, not their fault). Trakm8 did not appear to have moved on very far since last year (I did like the idea that you could select a FORS bronze,silver and gold package and get what you needed in a simple way). This lack of movement was also true of their competitors and I think that last year's big headline was ADAS and this year they are all still making incremental improvements which are not headline grabbing. VisionTrack made me laugh because they still had the same demo as last year with the same spelling mistake of the word "quality" - so much for quality control. Most competitors appeared to be showing the same stuff as last year. All the major players seemed to have bigger stalls and I really liked Trakm8's one - last year it felt very clinical - obviously it was not cheap. They also had a lot of A boards around competing with Smartwitness outside the actual event areas. As I said in an earlier post, Samsara was the only exception who had one a basic banner stall at the far end of the show. I am sure they will be back next year with a comparable stall to the others as they have a lot of money. There was another big US company (Lytx) who looked like they want a piece of the action and had some pretty good tech (the usual AI stuff on cameras). Samsara identified them as a threat. Servision was there and this annoys me given they got de-listed off AIM at the expense of the shareholders. Obviously, it is not really anyone's fault and Trakm8 could do the same (hopefully not)
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%
designer g: I would definitely recommend anyone to invest in TrakM8 at this time. It's the market leader in Telematics. The price was 375p per share on 18th Dec 2015 so you can see the heights the company reached in the past. The company has had some challenges with relocating the head office from Shaftesbury, Dorset to Coleshill in the Midlands with the associated costs of such a move and impact on profits. They are laying the foundations for future growth this year. The current share price is undervalued at 29.5p in my view considering it was 64.5p just last year on the 15th Nov. 2018. It has had recent new investment from Microlise and now is the time to be positive and look forward to a good year of trading. It's a great time to invest and buy as the share price is relatively low and you can buy lots of shares with your money.
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.
bottomfisher: Danger that we are getting a bit carried away with all the chat of potential good news. Trak's share price is up by around 80% in little more than a month. New contract awards have been promised before but have often not materialised. Until they do, my confidence in Trak's long-term recovery would be greatly strengthened if one or two serious institutional investors were to disclose notifiable stakes in Trak. The lack of such investors on Trak's share register has always been one the weaknesses in the investment case for Trak.
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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