Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Water Intel. LSE:WATR London Ordinary Share GB00BZ973D04 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 130.00p 125.00p 135.00p 130.00p 130.00p 130.00p 0 07:32:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 9.9 0.6 3.6 39.1 15.70

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12/9/2017
11:31
One month and one year price/volume charts added to the header.
effortless cool
07/9/2017
14:06
As noted in the 2016 Statement, we continue to believe that the milestone of $20 million in annual sales for Water Intelligence may be within sight at year-end 2017, up from $8.84 million at year-end 2015. That would really be some growth. Once again a muted response from the market for a company that made an operating profit for just half the year of $1m against an EV (including net debt plus future deferred payments) of c£18.5m
mysteronz
07/9/2017
07:23
Basem they've been saying that all along, operational gearing will kick in soon but good luck :)
mysteronz
07/9/2017
07:21
Exactly what they told us in the last trading update, in fact.
effortless cool
07/9/2017
07:13
Massive sales growth but doesn't seem to be going to the bottom line. I'm topslicing a few today.
basem1
01/9/2017
22:19
Hi EC, Thanks for that info - as I mentioned in my Blog the Plain Sight thing was confusing me a bit and what you say has helped clear it up. I am fairly new to WATR so it is very helpful to get some more detail from an 'old hand' !! Good idea on the ALD link - as I stated I was very impressed by the Customer Facing website (although the actual WATR one is a bit average) and good to know they have clearly made a lot of effort here. Cheers, WD
thewheeliedealer
01/9/2017
11:30
Thanks, TWD. I have added the link to the American Leak Detection website to the header. Note that there is an error in your analysis in that Plain Sight is not a subsidiary of WATR. In fact, WATR does not own any shares in Plain Sight. Plain Sight is a major shareholder in WATR, however, and several of WATR's directors have significant interests in Plain Sight. WATR has a royalty deal in place for water-related technology developed by Plain Sight and used by WATR.
effortless cool
31/8/2017
22:14
Hi all, I bought a few WATR the other day and scribbled a blog about the Stock and why I bought it. You may find it helps figure out if WATR is worth a look: hTTp://wheeliedealer.weebly.com/blog/water-intelligence-watr-buy-rationale Hope it helps, cheers, WD
thewheeliedealer
23/8/2017
19:00
Yes, I bought another 1000 today - couldn't get a deal for more, which is a bit galling since they consolidated the share to presumably deliver more liquidity (for give the pun) .
silverfern
23/8/2017
16:27
Moving up nicely....looking forward to the interims which are due early September
jaf111
10/8/2017
17:35
Paul Scott on recent trading update Water Intelligence (LON:WATR) Share price: 123.5p (up 14.4% today) No. shares: 12.0m Market cap: £14.8m Trading update & acquisition - this is an unusual little company, mainly based in the USA (but with small UK operations too). It detects & fixes water leaks, e.g. for swimming pools. The business model is partly franchised, partly company operated branches. I quite like the update today. Overall it's just an in line update. However, growth has been strong, with the company reinvesting the proceeds into more marketing & other overheads. I'd rather see growth, and the proceeds reinvested, than no growth at all; ...Profits before tax remain in line with expectations, reflecting the Company's choice to fuel further growth through reinvestment in both additional staff and marketing efforts in order to capitalise on the market opportunity in its geographies: United States, United Kingdom, Canada and Australia. A lot more detail is given. The company has reacquired a couple of franchisees, which should boost the reported profits. My opinion - I vaguely recall trying to buy some shares in this micro cap company a while back, when my friend Edward Roskill mentioned it positively, in an interview I recorded with him. However, the share was so illiquid, that I couldn't get any stock at all, so gave up on it. Pity, as the share price has almost tripled since then. Generally, I try to avoid the smallest & most illiquid stocks these days, as I can't buy or sell in the size I need to make it worthwhile. Also, if anything goes wrong, or if you need cash in a hurry, then this type of thing can be a nightmare (or impossible) to exit. That said, the company seems to be trading well, and growing. So it could be worth a look, if you're prepared to swallow the risk of possibly being stuck high & dry in the share.
mysteronz
09/8/2017
14:44
Seems to be below the parapet as far as the market is concerned, being still a very small cap. As far as I can see they are doing things right: repurchasing franchises where they can; generating more cash as they expand; and establishing relationships with insurance companies. Sorry the UK arm NRW is not yet making more of an impact, but water problems will never go away and the company would seem Brexit proof. Hope I am correct in believing the shares eligible for inheritance-tax relief, being UK domiciled and on AIM. Tuck away and forget as far as I'm concerned with my modest holding.
dozey3
09/8/2017
13:17
-- Net debt reduced 25% to $0.76 million as of 31 December 2016
silverfern
09/8/2017
11:22
Very happy with that update. Revenue ahead of my expectations. Picked up another £10k worth on the back of it. The cash figure of $1m is also above my expectations, but I doesn't mean much in the absence of any update on borrowing levels (they should give us net cash/debt). I view a fundraising as very unlikely, unless it is to facilitate a material acquisition. Absent that, WATR can simply use the reliable cash flows from the franchisee business to fund their continued investment in the fast growing direct business.
effortless cool
09/8/2017
10:15
They have maintained cash level through end of June If there was a cash call it would be to fund a further acquisition which is likely to be earnings positive. Great prospects.
zipstuck
09/8/2017
08:33
Or a bank loan, or warrants/bonds
basem1
09/8/2017
08:24
Yes, it's called revenue.
tinker10
09/8/2017
08:20
There are other ways to get funds without the need for a placing.
basem1
09/8/2017
08:17
Strong update. With cash of only $1m my suspicion is a fund raising is on its way so will avoid until that's out of the way
t0pgrader
09/8/2017
07:14
cracking report- the price will fluctuate but over time it's only going one way
silverfern
09/8/2017
07:11
Great figures today. Always made more complicated than necessary in the way they are written but the growth rates are phenomenal and the stock looks very attractive at these levels. This is a very attractive global sector to be invested in. Not many direct ways to play it.
smallcapinvestor1
02/8/2017
10:59
Classic pattern, one for the patient it looks like!
mysteronz
22/6/2017
23:08
Well, you all seem to have got onto this well ahead of me, so well done on that. I view this as a long-term investment, silverfern, so am not particularly bothered about the lack of liquidity. I just reconcile myself to the fact that if it goes wrong, I will lose most of my investment. The big attraction for me here. however, is that I think the reliable cash flows from the core franchisee make it very unlikely to go badly wrong. I'm buying multi bagger upside potential with relatively low downside risk.
effortless cool
22/6/2017
19:56
I think I saw a review around 18 months ago of the potential this company had and monitored it for a while. BOught around 70p around Feb 16. I have around 30k shares, prob averaging around 100p. Shifting even that number of shares would at this stage affect the price. I would very much like to see more trading volume.
silverfern
22/6/2017
17:37
Just updated my own spreadsheet for #WATR. Originally compiled about a year ago. EPS up from 16% to 48%, PEG 0.8 to 0.52, Debt (as a ratio to nett profit) 1.7x down to 0.7x. Just a few examples of the improvement over the past 12 months. Nice to see! NB. All measures compiled from Stockopedia (Caveat Emptor!)I Hold.
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