Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Widecells Group LSE:WDC London Ordinary Share GB00BD060S65 ORD GBP0.0025
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 10.25p 0 07:44:01
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
10.00p 10.50p 10.25p 10.25p 10.25p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 0.0 -1.4 -3.0 - 6.64

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05/4/201812:01Widecells Group INTERVIEW-
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Widecells Daily Update: Widecells Group is listed in the Health Care Equipment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker WDC. The last closing price for Widecells was 10.25p.
Widecells Group has a 4 week average price of 10.25p and a 12 week average price of 10.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 15p while the 1 year low share price is currently 10.25p.
There are currently 64,821,010 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 37,477 shares. The market capitalisation of Widecells Group is £6,644,153.53.
237gmoney: Hi All, I'm new here. Can anyone tell me who the Reinsurance partners are on the Cell Plan? I can't find the name of the company anywhere.... Only that the cellplan costs £170 a year and £50 of this will go towards Reinsurance costs. They say it is a market leading Reinsurer but if you tell me the name I can be the judge of that. Also if we knew who it was it would be a big selling point for the company. I like the company although the share price has taken a little knock last 6 weeks? Cashflow issues?
hobnob1: timbo003, I have a couple of questions if you are going 1) They are saying revenue is the big story now, so how much revenue has been brought in so far? How much revenue do they think will come in over the next six months? Will the company be providing regular updates so shareholders can track this 2) The company has developed enormously over the last 12 months, but the share price hasn't gone anywhere, and there are virtually no buyers of the stock. Why is this? Agree with pranchalee, this could be a really special company. Just wanting to understand how quickly they can translate all this corporate development into shareholder return. So far the stock has been pretty disappointing.
pranchalee: Awards and running marathons are all very well but how about getting the share price moving
nohead: MM, yes I have met these guys and really like the company. They are smart and ambitious. They are at the stage of focussing 100% on building positive cash flow, and then translating that into share price performance. I think they will do both.
iphone8: A very interesting new presentation has gone up on the Widecells website this morning. It goes into far more detail on revenue growth than any previous presentations or research notes. The great thing about the company is that it is providing a range of services to the fast-growing stem cell industry, but it is not a stem cell technology company itself, so it doesn’t carry that risk.There are now five different engines of revenue growth in the company: the stem cell insurance product, the stem cell storage facility, stem cell research services, stem cell education and a cell related detail product. Working through the presentation numbers (and making a few guesstimates) It looks like the company should make around £2m in “Year 1”, £5m in year 2, and £8m+ in year 3. It is not clear when “year 1” starts. But from other RNSs, Year 1 should be starting about now, or may have already started. There are some hints at cost of sales in the company’s margin estimates, but we don’t know how overall costs will rise. However, from these figures, it is a fair bet that the company will break even in 2018, possibly in the first half, and start turning a substantial profit in 2019. The presentation lacked any kind of peer group analysis showing the valuation of similar-style high growth start-ups on the LSE. However it is likely that these will show valuations of a multiple of Widecell’s trifling £8m valuation, especially when it gets into profit. As these various revenue streams “go live”, the market should start to pick up on this, especially if the company now starts to turn its attention to an aggressive share promotion programme. They could probably do with updating their broker research soon, as the last one is already looking rather dated. If these revenues come through, then the share price ought to re-rate by a multiple over the next 12 month, as the current market cap is so tiny Great to see the company coming out punching.
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