Zytronic Dividends - ZYT

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Zytronic Plc ZYT London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-2.50 -1.67% 147.50 10:34:53
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
150.00 147.50 150.00 147.50 150.00
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cliffpeat: ZYT exhibiting at Digital Signage Japan 2022 15-17 June. Total signage income in YE Sep 21 was £0.7m
illiswilgig: I am not aware of any analysts following Zytronic. At the current market cap its just too small and too illiquid for institutions to bother? There a couple of numnbers from the house broker for the current year - 13.8m revenue and 7.4p eps. These will be management expectations passed on by the broker. They are cautious. Management tends to be, in current circumstances thats understandable. Short term orderflow is likely to be affected by their OEM customer sales and component shortages - which will make it less predictable at the moment. There is also a dividend figure of 2.5p - up from the 1.5p paid recently in March. The good news is that the lack of coverage gives me the opportunity to buy the shares while significanrly undervalued. The bad news is that the shares can remain undervalued for a long time with no coverage. I expect that only news and results, consistent growth in revenue, margins and profits will re-rate the shares. In the meantime I expec the shares to fall without the support from the buyback. I'm slightly suprised that they've not fallen faster already. cheers
cliffpeat: Interesting and useful comments on this thread today - thank you. I played the video at 1.5x speed and CEO sounded very articulate :) Positioning the company as a "component supplier" is probably a way of being involved in a wide number of market sectors and represent a mitigation of risk. However, it would be great if ZYT had some "own" product items. The LinkedIn posts recently and the website show some application ideas. My feeling is that it would be worth some investment in exploring potential innovative product ideas. For instance: hTTps://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6933310359093047296/ "..shows an easy-to-clean fun interactive way for customers to view and order from the menu using a touch display paired with a physical button built directly into the screen." 10 thoughts in 10 minutes on where that idea might go: Tablet size inset into each table or even each table setting: 1. Lone diners - include news/sports feed 2. Of course: instant ordering and payment 3. Induction phone charger built-in 4. Special offers promoted 5. Save bill to phone or other device 6. Feed back to restaurant - choice boxes 7. Running total of cost whilst ordering 8. Ingredients for intolerances and allergies 9. Membership invitation offer for discounts 10.Check-in for "members" - discounts applied 11.Adverts And readers on here and in the ZYT development team will have another 50-100 (better)ideas to add. Sell that in bulk to the large restaurant chains and voila! Just thoughts
cerrito: Yes the IMC presentation well worth a listen. The main takeaway I got was low visibility, a phrase I heard the CEO saying. This has always been an issue with ZYT and of course now there is the issue that their clients are themselves sourcing components which are subject to delays. While a bit blue sky I liked the comments on the potential of the EV charging market. I note from Research Tree that Singers have a 250p TP and I am comfortable it will get there but no idea of the time frame. I liked the slide with the Forecast lifetime value and the increase over the semester but could not find a similar figure in previous slides and kicked myself that I did not ask how that figure compared with figures over the last couple of years Other questions I am kicking myself for not asking are 1. The FD said that they had limited ability to do buy backs under the authorization till the next 2023 AGM. Yet the 2002 resolution duly passed gave them authority to purchase 1141915 shares from March 3 2002 and they have only purchased about 370k since then. Anyone understand? 2. Given the low share price, the low value of £ against the $, the lack of any major shareholders to win over, their position in the world wide markets, one would expect them to be a takeover candidate and what the observations of management were on that. 3. I would have liked a bit more colour on why they lost a design deal for ATM‘s with 2 banks.
cliffpeat: Nice concept shown on ZYT LinkedIn this morning. Just a starting point of course but if every McDonald's table was interactive it doesn't take much imagination to think of a dozen ways this might be adapted and add commercial value and efficiencies. hTTps://www.linkedin.com/company/zytronic/videos/
rivaldo: A pretty good performance in the Covid-affected H1. Against a £12.5m EV ZYT look on track to produce say £1.8m-£2m EBITDA and £1m PBT for the year assuming the positive outlook prevails and H2 improves over that pandemic affected H1.
rivaldo: Good to see the buybacks continuing at 175p, with another 25,000 purchased: Https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/zytronic-ZYT/share-news/Zytronic-PLC-Purchase-of-own-shares/87871601
rivaldo: Looks like ZYT have been tipped by Malcolm Stacey this morning (subscriber-only): Https://www.shareprophets.com/views/61330/i-m-with-steve-and-tom-zytronic-is-set-to-touch-a-glittering-future "I'm with Steve and Tom, Zytronic Is Set to Touch a Glittering Future. By Malcolm Stacey | Wednesday 23 March 2022 Hello Share Shufflers. Uncle Tom and Steve write appreciably about the touch sensor king Zytronic (ZYT). And I thought I’d like to support their enthusiasm. In an age when many more of us rely on digital gizmos, there can be little doubt that touch screens are more and more essential to those folks seeking an easier life etc"
rivaldo: Another 125,000 shares bought back at 152,5p: Https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/zytronic-ZYT/share-news/Zytronic-PLC-Purchase-of-Own-Shares/87615537 Hard to believe given ZYT's prospects, cash backing, microcap size and illiquidity that there are still such large sellers left. There can't be many more after the 100k on Friday too.
sturmey: In response to she-ra In the past, I didn't see the point of share buy-backs until I twigged. This is partly because my two largest holdings (Apple and Diageo) are aggressive users of share buy-backs. Take a look at their long-term share price charts Put simply, the market cap (as velocyTongo points out) is the number of shares X share price. Assuming that the value of the company (ie the market cap) is unchanged by the buy-back (a pretty decent assumption) then fewer shares means a higher share price. The market cap is essentially the value of the company so therefore should be not related to the number of shares in issue. I am a long-term (and reasonably large) holder of ZYT. I think its a great little company and have had 2 factory tours. But it is a minnow. But that also means it can operate in a niche which would not attract big players. I would not be surprised to see it taken over. I am also a holder of Air Partner which is currently under offer (which I hope will be increased). The parallel with AIR is that both are out-of-favour undervalued UK small caps. VNET is another example (which I hold). I was poised to top-up my holding in ZYT a few days ago but was quoted 153p on a large spread so I declined. On a risk/potential reward ratio, ZYT is a steal at the current price. But not for "widows and orphans".
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