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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Zytronic Plc LSE:ZYT London Ordinary Share GB0006971013 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.50 -1.49% 165.00 160.00 170.00 167.50 162.50 167.50 32,839 08:25:54
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 12.7 -0.4 -1.8 - 26

Zytronic Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/2/2021
12:45
As non selling shareholders we want to the company to buy back and cancel as many shares as possible. If you think the company is profitable again then the shares are likely worth multiples of the current price and 10p or 15p here or there really makes no difference.
velocytongo
15/2/2021
11:39
I bet! .....and to compound their poor judgment, they will have to wait a month to get their money.
my retirement fund
15/2/2021
11:35
Some who have already accepted the tender offer are now - possibly - scrabbling around at how to reverse their decision!
bones
15/2/2021
11:26
Looking increasingly likely to break out of the yearly trading range and with the actual market price at 1.48 to sell and firming everyday. It's really making the tender offer looking like a total farce. Lots of egg on the boards face imo.
my retirement fund
12/2/2021
19:45
Maybe I’m just a half-full glass type, trident5 :)
bones
12/2/2021
19:31
Who knows? But maybe she is confident of the capital gain. I know I tend to use ISAs for my best ideas and taxable where I'm not so confident and would like the taxable looses, should I need them.
velocytongo
12/2/2021
19:12
Isn't the FD just sensibly using up their ISA allowance - can't see any significance in it tbh.
trident5
12/2/2021
18:11
Correct trident5. I didn’t say it was a buy. The point being made and recognised by others is that by putting them into an ISA the FD is signalling confidence that there are gains to be made since capital gains made in an ISA are tax-free. Also means capital losses would not be deductible for tax. Draw your own conclusion! Recall also that none of the directors are participating in the share buyback.
bones
12/2/2021
18:04
It's not a buy - hasn't she just transferred what she already owns into an ISA?
trident5
12/2/2021
17:57
Thank you - that sale and ISA purchase had slipped me by today. I tend to rate the finance directors buys a little bit more than the rest of the board so useful to know. I am tending towards keeping mine intact, cheers,
illiswilgig
12/2/2021
16:54
Well, she's not selling. I'm surprised at the timing. They must be feeling comfortable that they'll get what they want.
velocytongo
12/2/2021
16:30
So a PDMR puts the full £20k allowance of ZYT into an ISA at 145p, which for me is a buying signal as no one puts a share in a tax free fund looking to make a tax exempt loss! If I was wavering about selling to the company at 145p (I am not!), this would convince me not to sell them.
bones
12/2/2021
12:46
Hopefully in a few years time we'll be looking at a better shaped graph!
velocytongo
11/2/2021
10:47
I am a shareholder, so I care how the share chart looks! The directors know this and they have a fiduciary duty towards the shareholders. As boadicea says, it’s in everyone’s interest to remove bored shareholders from the register as they are not likely to be supportive, plus a board that buys at the low price is playing a good game. A reduced shareholder base and operationally geared EPS increases suit me fine as a supportive shareholder.
bones
11/2/2021
09:05
Does anyone actually think "looking bad on a share chart" is the reason for doing/not doing anything?
trident5
11/2/2021
08:51
A hefty dividend would devalue i.e. reduce the asset backing of the existing shares while doing nothing to give an easy exit to stale large holders. That would also look bad on a share chart. This way the value of existing shares is at least maintained or more likely enhanced while leaving room for a strong advance on any recovery.
boadicea
10/2/2021
17:23
If you think EPS rebounds, this is the best strategy. There aren't many companies that buy back shares at the bottom.
velocytongo
10/2/2021
16:11
Yeah this strategy isn't going that well. I wonder why they didn't go down dividends way. is it potential tax liability for larger holders?
jw330
10/2/2021
12:59
I guess the take up will be from those that hold large wads of shares that it is not possible to unload in size on any given day. A chance for deadwood to liquidate.
bones
09/2/2021
14:21
Continuing to see regular 5k purchases in this stock which has been a feature on certain days for a number of weeks now, seemingly unperturbed by the psychological 145p price point. I would wager it is one investor accumulating slyly.
bones
08/2/2021
22:45
Noteworthy trade of 25k @ 147p reported after the bell...will hopefully provide some positive momentum in coming days
gleach23
08/2/2021
12:46
Another 10 days to go until that deadline bookbroker. There is hope yet!
bones
08/2/2021
10:10
I’m surprised they have not received an opportunistic bid ahead of the deadline for acceptances.
bookbroker
08/2/2021
10:08
Neither approach can be criticized to be fair! Having only recently decided to invest at these levels I will be keeping mine as i believe any recovery in business will see a strong move in the share price ultimately.
bones
08/2/2021
09:32
I turned the offer down. I could make a profit at that price but I think in time if these recover then the current price will look particularly cheap.
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