Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ubisense LSE:UBI London Ordinary Share GB00B3NCXX73 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 62.50p 6,000 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
60.00p 65.00p 62.50p 62.50p 62.50p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 27.26 -3.13 -5.20 45.7

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Ubisense Daily Update: Ubisense is listed in the Technology Hardware & Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker UBI. The last closing price for Ubisense was 62.50p.
Ubisense has a 4 week average price of 58p and a 12 week average price of 58p.
The 1 year high share price is 85p while the 1 year low share price is currently 34.50p.
There are currently 73,078,154 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 20,500 shares. The market capitalisation of Ubisense is £45,673,846.25.
p1nkfish: She, a rule of investing, say & see it as it is. I ALWAYS try to take a balanced view of everything I hold and that includes posting stuff that reads as less than ideal on the share in question. Doing so helps me become detached. It's also a good idea not to project your own thoughts onto someone else's actions. Doing so is highly likely to distort your reality. As for the options : "Knowing the incentive helps predict the result." We can say the 5M9 options (I thinks that's the number, please double check) will result in > 70p share price for enough consecutive days post Dec 14th 2018. What does that mean? If it falls to some degree it is worth adding as the CAGR on share price could well be attractive - dyor & get out a calculator as to what price is attractive if it falls. Someone has been letting small parcels into the market. Let's see if it goes < 70p, when if it happens and the response after Dec 2018.
she-ra: I suppose you need it to drop having recovered your losses on Ubisense only for you to go and lose those gains on iGas. You need to get back in and do it all over again. But its not going to happen. The share price is supported by some very attractive contracts and Ubisense's leadership in this emerging technology. I suppose your biggest worry will be if companies such as Zebra Technologies, Honeywell, General Electric or Siemens make a move on Ubisense. Then you would be stuffed. Or if, as they are likely to, get more contracts then you are stuffed also. Funny when you are shareholder you ramp this like crazy. Your obsession with management options is bizarre. Kestrel Partners , the largest shareholder in Ubisense, who also have places on the board will be more interested in exiting at a significant premium. And I think that will be sooner rather than later.
p1nkfish: Management incentive kicks in this year according to my old notes. Options etc. > about 70p share price. I think it needs to be > 60 consecutive days at > 70p for the options to be awarded so that is #1 target. As a breather - another poster that doesn't post here reckons 76.6p and they have an excellent track record in TA. To get the options, allowing for movement, I think it will need a good margin > 70p. 90p looks possible and I expect £100M market cap. Longer term, not sure what the share float will be so no so prediction, I can see > £100M market cap. So, > 70p + some margin for > 60 consecutive days, then 90p and £100M market cap then upwards. All conjecture but I think good reason for all the above. Test will be holding through to the £100M+ market cap.
p1nkfish: more stop option dilution likely. they should place stringent share price growth targets to achieve vesting. no growth in share price to some stretch then no vest and the options time out. little confidence that will be the case, more likely gravy train. "Following the completion of the Placing, the Group intends to review its long-term incentive arrangements in order to ensure that the Group is able to recruit and retain appropriate talent in key management roles. The Board intends to consult with certain of its major shareholders ahead of proposing any new incentive plan at the Annual General Meeting to be convened for June 2016."
p1nkfish: Investment week, June 15th........ 'Henderson's Hughes said managers often have to bide their time on AIM in order for companies to "grow up". "If you have the capability to wait for them to grow and reach a place of maturity, there are genuine returns to be made. Other times, you have to cut your losses and move out quickly if a stock loses its focus." He cites the example of Ubisense, which provides technology used by car manufacturers including BMW and VW. The stock's share price and market capitalisation has remained unchanged for over 12 months following "misplaced optimism" about the company's growth prospects. However, Hughes said he can see customer traction within the business model that will make holding the stock worthwhile in the long run.'
bakunin: What a pathetically deliberate destruction of their own share price. Issue a "P/W" and, at the same time, mention that they are initiating a fundraising. Complete idiots or easily-manipulated fools. Or just plain old incompetent Oxbridge management.
rivaldo: Also been on my watchlist for ages. I'm sure it's got good tech, but (a) a profit warning and (b) stretched w/cap giving rise to flagging up a fundraising is obviously a double whammy of bad news. The financing is key to the share price - can they get it away quickly, or will the institutions demand their pound of flesh for a huge discounted fundraise at 80p or whatever? Techmarketview are calling for a change at the top: Http:// "Thursday 30 April 2015 Ubisense senses another ‘miss’ I just feel a great sense of sadness that AIM-listed, Cambridge-based ‘enterprise location intelligence’ products and services company Ubisense has not been able realise its potential under its founding management. Yet again the company has issued a profit warning as a couple of major contracts slid to the right. This comes after a year of deepening losses (see Geoplan helps Ubisense grow, but losses deepen) and a prior placing (see Ubisense tops up cash). I really do think it’s time – indeed past time – for a new hand on the tiller."
battlebus2: Yep and should see the share price push on from here.
hastings: Agreed p1nkfish that it is time for UBI to deliver, an undoubted shared feeling that contributed to the share price drifting away. Equally though,like yourself, I feel that the move can be seen as a sign of confidence which has also seen the share price recovering of late. The collective Director purchases were for me, also more than just a gesture perhaps suggesting that they are well aware of what needs to be done and are intent on delivering. Ironically, the shares are, despite the recent recovery well below the float price and a long way off the target from Numis on its initiation of coverage back in February. That was a very (imo) good in-depth note and to use its own words, deliberately conservative, given the previous over ambitious forecasts. If UBI announces further positive news as in recent weeks the price should head further northwards. Not that sure there has ever been a large off loading, hence the tightness, while it still retains a strong and impressive list of Institutional holders who appear to be sticking with the story.
rivaldo: Aylingd, the consensus forecasts are for just 0.19p EPS for this year and 0.33p EPS for next year, i.e PBT of just £90k this year and £140k next year. This against a £44m m/cap. After today's update I assume that these forecasts will be further reduced. UBI looks a top quality company to me. But it's one of those situations where investors have to decide whether they accept what is fundamentally a highly overvalued share price at present on the basis that UBI will - eventually - deliver fast growth at some point. The downside risk looks much greater than the potential upside for me at present, especially as although there are loan facilities in place there's still the risk of further dilution for working capital. A 100p share price (say) would give a much more realistic valuation of around £22m. seems UBI has strong institutional support, and there are a number of companies on the market which are valued at hundreds of millions of pounds which are still loss-making. So it's a question of whether you believe in the company so much that you can overlook the fundamentals and concentrate on the potential instead. I'm not a holder at these levels and almost certainly won't be unless the share price falls some way from here.
Ubisense share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange
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