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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Water Intelligence Plc WATR London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 1,130.00 08:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
1,130.00 1,130.00 1,130.00 1,130.00
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SOFTWARE & COMPUTER SERVICES

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DateSubject
29/6/2021
07:46
maywillow: Https://www.cnbc.com/2021/06/29/water-scarcity-why-some-of-the-worlds-biggest-companies-are-worried.html Why some of the world’s biggest companies are increasingly worried about water scarcity Published Tue, Jun 29 20211:23 AM EDT Sam Meredith @smeredith19 Key Points In a research note published June 14, analysts at Barclays identified water scarcity as “the most important environmental concern” for the global consumer staples sector, which includes everything from food and beverages to agriculture and tobacco. Sustainable investors, meanwhile, seem to be prioritizing other environmental concerns. “Water scarcity is really important because when it runs out you have really serious problems and because of its low price, it is one of those classic externality risks,” Beth Burks, director of sustainable finance at S&P Global Ratings, told CNBC via telephone.
22/3/2021
11:56
epo4eva: Dozen the share buy backs last year was at £2.77 and sold them at £6.55 to an investor. What is wrong with this? Quite amazing I would say.
08/3/2021
13:50
faz: EC I used to post under the wife's pseudonym - Silverfern- and we met at a Watr agm. I've done well being an early investor in Orph, but I've missed out here! All the best.
27/11/2019
10:20
the grumpy old men: Iain Gilbert Sharecast News 27 Nov, 2019 10:03 27 Nov, 2019 10:02 Water Intelligence tops 2018 revenues earlier than expected sewer cover manhole Leak detection and remediation solutions provider Water Intelligence saw its shares advance on Wednesday morning after the firm revealed that it had surpassed last year's full-year revenues earlier than expected. Water Intelligence 280.00 08:30 27/11/19 3.70% 10.00 FTSE AIM All-Share 916.41 09:15 27/11/19 0.09% 0.78 In the ten months ended 31 October, Water Intelligence said it had achieved $27.5m in revenues - significantly ahead of its full-year 2018 result of $25.5m. The AIM-listed group also noted that pre-tax profits remained "comfortably in-line with expectations" for the full year. Water Intelligence told investors its current level of execution and strong market demand for water infrastructure services had enabled it to accelerate its next five-year growth plan. Beginning in 2020, Water Intelligence will invest in three new lines of business - on-line product sales for water leak monitoring and water quality; proprietary sewer and wastewater technologies and solutions; and cross-sales of its UK municipal solutions into the US. Chairman Dr Patrick DeSouza said: "We are delivering on our objectives and we remain ambitious. "While surpassing the sales milestone is important, we seek to finish the year strongly and to set even higher near-term targets than expected." As of 0950 GMT, Water Intelligence shares were up 5.19% at 284p.
04/10/2019
09:39
fastbuck: I see investors Champion have re-hashed a previous article and said valuation is bonkers.They then say it's trading on a P/E of 19.5 for 2020 which is just around the corner. They ignore the organic growth of the underlying franchisee business, the insurance contract growth, the new insurance & home contracts, the turn-around and acceleration of the older corporate operations that are now showing much higher margins (purchased in 17/18) whilst questioning why they are acquiring other franchise businesses despite proving this both grows the pie and allows the company to retain more of the profits the operation generates. Also ignores the municipal businesses in US & AU which are only modest but have great prospects with new products like Orca.I see the company likely to grow nicely in all channels for years ahead with profits likely to follow as they scale, the story has just begun.
11/9/2019
18:51
la forge: Water Intelligence Invest In Nascent New Blockchain Worldwide Business Wed, 11th Sep 2019 18:09 Alliance News (Alliance News) - Water Intelligence PLC on Wednesday announced an investment and licencing partnership deal with soon-to-be-formed Entertainment AI PLC, currently named Blockchain Worldwide PLC. Shares in Water Intelligence closed down 7.3% at 285.00 pence in London. Earlier on Wednesday, Blockchain Worldwide PLC reported it is buying artificial intelligence firms Entertainment AI Inc, GTChannel Inc and Tagasauris Inc for a total all-share consideration of GBP12.9 million. The trio of firms - known as the Entertainment AI Group - are involved in data analytics and artificial intelligence services. Blockchain Worldwide also reported it would change its name to Entertainment AI PLC on closing the acquisition, and launched a GBP8.6 million share placing. Later on Wednesday, leak detection and remediation firm Water Intelligence said it will invest GBP415,000 in Entertainment AI PLC as part of the placing once the newly-named enlarged firm is admitted to AIM. As part of the investment, Water Intelligence will grant a royalty-free global licence to Entertainment AI "for the field of use of sustainability and home services audiences in respect of water and infrastructure". Under the deal, Water Intelligence will obtain rights - including a board observer and information rights - provided it holds at least a 2% stake in Entertainment AI. Sumitomo Corporation of Japan will also be a strategic investor and have a preferred licence.
15/7/2019
14:02
maywillow: 4INTEREST Https://bdaily.co.uk/articles/2019/07/15/water-saving-tech-startup-secures-25m-seed-funding-from-environmental-firm Hero Labs has secured the investment in a round led by Earthworm Group, with further support from a £300k EU innovation grant and private investors. Jane Imrie Published by Correspondent Jane Imrie on 15 Jul 2019 Water-saving tech startup secures £2.5m seed funding from environmental investor A tech startup that aims to prevent water leaks in UK properties has secured £2.5m in seed funding from an environmental fund manager. Hero Labs has secured the investment in a round led by Earthworm Group, with further support from a £300k EU innovation grant and private investors. The London-based firm, uses custom-built AI technology to detect leaks in domestic water systems through its flagship product Sonic, has secured the seed funding less than six months after its launch in March. Earthworm Group, which specialises in environmental and ethical focused investments, will work closely with the London-based startup as part of the investment, with Earthworm’s head of projects and partnerships Will Brocklebank joining the board at Hero Labs. Krystian Zajac, founder and CEO of Hero Labs, commented: “This funding marks a successful first chapter for Hero Labs. Having Earthworm Group as our leading investor is a great fit for us, as it only invests in businesses who are a force for social good or benefitting the environment. “Our mission at Hero Labs is to solve real-life problems through tech, and combatting water leaks with Sonic is just the tip of the iceberg. This will allow us to bring even more solutions to consumers and businesses.” Will Brocklebank, head of projects and partnerships at Earthworm, added: “Earthworm invests in businesses that will bring a positive change for the environment. “This is why we chose to support Hero Labs, as we believe it is one of the most exciting companies in this space that will have a real impact on reducing water waste in the UK. Hero Labs has a huge potential to grow to address a pressing environmental issue.”
13/3/2019
19:53
effortless cool: I consider this disgraceful "journalism" from Investor's Champion. Here's their strapline: "In a big day of announcements from AIM, two companies have stood out as the worst offenders of a lack of honesty in reporting. We’re fed up of companies using complicated accounting and a range of adjustments to hide terrible figures". Water Intelligence is one of the companies accused of "a lack of honesty". (The other is Staffline). The basis of their complaint is that the major driver of WATR's revenue growth is from reacquiring franchisees. How is this "complicated accounting"? WATR are simply reporting their revenue figures per accounting standards. How does this involve "a range of adjustments"? There are, in fact, no adjustments made. How is there any "lack of honesty"? The reacquisition of franchisees is part of a clearly articulated strategy and its implications for revenue are clearly set out in RNSs over the years. Broker forecasts are produced on a consistent basis. How does it "hide terrible figures"? Both revenue and profits were ahead of expectations, and the results were undeniably excellent. "Are they deliberately misleading investors"? Perhaps Investor's Chumpion were directing that question at themselves?
11/2/2019
14:23
silverfern: The Momentum Investors buy and the Momentum Investors sell!
05/2/2019
16:54
masurenguy: Paul Scott's opinion: The share price already factors in a lot of good news - the PER is very high, at 33.6 times 2019 forecast earnings. That leaves no room for disappointment. Investors clearly like, and believe, the growth story. A PE rating in the 30s is getting into territory where investors are pricing in above expectations earnings growth. It would be good to find out more about the new sewer product. If that has potential to become a major, highly profitable product, then the current PER looking high doesn't matter. Going back to my point in the intro, here's a chart which dropped in the broad market sell-off, but should not have done so. Well done to holders who ignored the market's background noise! How about this for a rebound; 5c594d26a2ecfWATR_chart.PNG This is a great example of how, in small, illquid shares, the chart can at times become completely detached from fundamental reality. Only traders dealing in the tiniest quantities, would have been able to sell, and buy back at the right times - and only then if they were lucky with regard to timing. Plus 2 lots of the wide bid:offer spread would make it hardly worthwhile. This is why, if I'm absolutely certain about a company being a long-term winner, then I tend to just ignore the market price gyrations, and suffer the pain of any drawdowns.
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