Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Wandisco LSE:WAND London Ordinary Share JE00B6Y3DV84 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -35.00p -4.84% 687.50p 675.00p 700.00p 722.50p 680.00p 720.00p 52,609 12:12:05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 9.2 -8.1 22.7 32.4 259.18

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20/11/2017
12:25
Bought £1k at 699p, not as good as you Nimbo! Fingers crossed for bounce or bid. I decided on this over TAP.
runthejoules
20/11/2017
11:40
I got some at 691, let’s see!
nimbo1
20/11/2017
11:34
Just thinking the same myself - think it has a little further yet though
panic investor
20/11/2017
11:27
I’ve seen This price action over the last few weeks on xlm, gaw, blue prism, fdev, iqe etc - all in slightly different styles but buying the dip worked every time. Will do the same here as feels unwarranted!
nimbo1
20/11/2017
11:18
Whatever works for you billywiz, I'm not a chartist so picking out telltale large trades from the noise helps me.
melton john
20/11/2017
11:08
Me too Vanadium, very confident.
melton john
20/11/2017
11:06
Melton, I find it best to look at total volume and the price "action" along with OHLC. Trying to analyse individual trades is a waste of time IMO.
djbilywiz
20/11/2017
11:02
Sometimes a market maker is a counterparty sometimes not. That's when it gets confusing to some people.
melton john
20/11/2017
10:47
I am still buying.... I have a very high level of confidence that the share price will be at least 50% above in 5he near term.
vanadiumx
20/11/2017
10:38
A trade is both a buy and a sell between two parties at a certain price.
djbilywiz
20/11/2017
10:38
This is getting a pasting, I hope this trend reverses ASAP, some good news re contracts would help.
tickboo
20/11/2017
10:28
It's not generally known that there is a facility in the market called direct market access. This enables brokers/institutions/well-heeled traders to buy from sellers directly. An analogy would be going to a car auction and bidding against trade buyers instead of buying at a garage. This goes some way to explaining buys which look like sells. IMHO this is how institutions build up big holdings, either directly or through a broker.
melton john
20/11/2017
10:05
Looks like some decent size buys going through. Institutional buys?
melton john
19/11/2017
21:56
Yes all good points Melton and I'll be looking get back in when the chart turns upward again.
djbilywiz
19/11/2017
21:14
Thanks Melton - I have printed out your list to add to my own research as a quick pick me up when prices are down, and they are! May add myself if it goes lower.
runthejoules
19/11/2017
19:12
Cheers Nimbo. Here's to everybody being a winner. Reasons to be cheerfull :- 1, predominantly organic growth; 2, pricing power, no competition; 3, products are in strong demand; 4, solid balance sheet, no need to raise funds; 5, earnings will soon cover costs and throw off cash and pay dividends; 6, entrepreneurial management, founders still heavily involved in running the business; 7, sales growth compared to prior year = 71.4% including big data and cloud up 173% 8, net debt is actually positive $6.59M 9, minimal incremental increases in operating costs 10, lean headcount, y-o-y reduction and channel partners sales and marketing 11, Adjusted EBITDA for the period was positive at $0.3 million 12, close to cash flow break even (see #5)
melton john
17/11/2017
19:54
Good to have you on board Melton John!
nimbo1
17/11/2017
19:19
Hazl, I quite agree, but no harm in finding out if anyone already knows answers to questions or a couple of links to useful information. This thread header is pretty old and no help there but there are many other boards where there is quality research to build on. If you don't know what you don't know, you have to start somewhere. Generally the quieter boards have contributors who know a lot rather than the flocks of starlings who know nothing but have followed a tip blindly.
melton john
17/11/2017
18:50
I think the next driver is likely to be some numbers in Jans. update.
owenski
17/11/2017
18:27
Melton John you should always do your own research and not expect answers from billboards or you will be disappointed.
hazl
17/11/2017
18:24
A lot of us feel the same nimrod .But there's no telling.as they say timing is everything!
hazl
17/11/2017
18:08
Some decent sized buys have popped up too. Hopefully we'll have more of the same next week to reverse the drop.
tickboo
17/11/2017
17:44
I couldn't resist the 11% drop since I sold a few days back, so bought back in again today. I hope I'm not going to kick myself next week. I'm not worried about WAND's product, just more wary about the stock market in general so as not to be caught out in a market correction. I've already cashed in many other UK stocks so as to be ready. SP dropped out through the lower Bollinger line,and went below 30 on the RSI. I hope it doesn't test the 150 dma, which its not been down to since January. The news today appears to put the software in to a new league re speed of data transmission.
nimrod22
17/11/2017
17:38
"does this make sense now re Spanner and bandwidth -" No more than the first time I read it, however, what I've just said about Infrastructure as a service where the whole lot is in the data centre makes questions about the public internet bandwidth irrelevant as far as replication data is concerned. That makes for a huge market for Fusion which I'm happy with. How many? Not as many as you but I've paid almost twice your average and got 10% of a six figure portfolio which shows my commitment now I've done my research.
melton john
17/11/2017
16:05
Ah Melton, good to have you on board. Not saying I told you so as I didn't quite 'get it' but does this make sense now re Spanner and bandwidth - So Spanner is a distributed OLTP database built by Google as an alternative to existing OLTP databases such as postgres and mysql and relies on proprietary infrastructure. Its only unique capability is its ability to support database transactions, and thereby its market is extremely limited. Fusion, on the other hand, is a general purpose replication platform that can replicate data between Cloud and on-premise storage systems of any kind. With its plugin architecture, Fusion is applicable to almost all Cloud workloads. In answer to your second question Fusion does not rely on, or need local networks or fibre end-to-end in order to operate correctly. In fact, our architecture eschews the use of clocks and works without regard to latency between nodes. It has been deployed in all kinds of WAN links, including satellite based links with limited bandwidth and extremely high latencies. We guarantee consistency even over completely unreliable networks. Anyway, I think the drop in share price is to do with the lack of a trading update which was expected in Oct. I expect us to break even this year with the R&D rebate and next year should be a good one, profitable and big money come on board. Maybe a little rude but how many do you hold?
tickboo
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