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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 487.50p 5,787 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
480.00p 495.00p 487.50p 487.50p 487.50p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 22.89 5.41 29.00 16.8 78.2

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Zytronic Daily Update: Zytronic Plc is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ZYT. The last closing price for Zytronic was 487.50p.
Zytronic Plc has a 4 week average price of 485p and a 12 week average price of 417.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 625p while the 1 year low share price is currently 387.50p.
There are currently 16,044,041 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 13,688 shares. The market capitalisation of Zytronic Plc is £78,214,699.88.
denbos: Big drops smash touch screen! Oooooops! flexibility of screen must have saved breakage & gentle touch must allow for reversion of share price if predator doesn't swallow remnants.
sturmey: I cannot understand the reaction to this bland one-sentence trading update. And all the "detailed "analysis" trying to work out what is the underlying meaning behind "broadly in line". Personally, I take it at face value. Definitely not a profit warning. I see the share price gradually recovering from the over-reaction. Possibly share price had run ahead in expectation of a profit upgrade. I missed this year's AGM but have confidence in the LT direction of the company and share price
rcturner2: The share price is rising as we approach the AGM. I wonder if there is an expectation that they will make an announcement in relation to the cash pile, such as a special dividend or an acquisition?
chashley1806: Hi jamieb73.I've been wondering the same, as the fundamentals of ZYT continue to look solid (IMO). Possible reasons in my view as to why this share has fallen by so much age:1) this is a thinly-traded share. Therefore, it doesn't take much for the share price to go up or down - just a couple of trades will see price movement.2) as has been said already on this thread (I think), ZYT did themselves no favours with their last trading update in October. Basically, profits "in line with market expectations" isn't good enough if market sentiment is that profits should "exceed" market expectations. I wonder, therefore, whether there has been some profit-taking going on, which has depressed the share price.3) this said, in my opinion, the forecast eps of 30.2 on a conservative p/e of 17 would put the share price at about 515p. So when, at time of writing, the share price is at 490p, then it is over-sold in my opinion. I've also noted that there is a lot of buying activity when the share price is at such lows, so the support would appear to be there.I think all eyes will be on ZYT when it releases its full year earnings due on 11 December, if I recall correctly.
shauney2: Good explaination of the nature of the business and the lumpy orders from Richard Beddard. hTtps:// Watch: Zytronic (ZYT) Touch sensor manufacturer Zytronic's (ZYT) results can be unpredictable. The company's big weakness is that it relies on three major customers for 58% of its revenues. If a big customer stocks up in one year, it orders less for the following year; and there's always the risk Zytronic will lose the business of a significant customer altogether. Having stocked up on displays for its vending units in 2015, Coca-Cola ordered far fewer in 2016, sending vending into third place behind the gaming and banking industries in terms of revenues earned by Zytronic. Although the company managed to lift profit marginally in the year to September 2016, in previous years when it has experienced de-stocking that hasn't always been the case. In mitigation, Zytronic's sensors and screens are designed into its customers' products, so it tends to remain a supplier for the product lifespan. Zytronic's patented sensors sit beneath glass up to a centimeter thick, enabling the screens to withstand vandalism and harsh environments. As well as vending machines, it supplies screens for slot machines and ATMs. One of the glitzier applications for the sensors showcased in its annual report is a digital roulette table housing an 84-inch screen. Though profitability undulates, over the last decade Zytronic's return on capital has never fallen below 8%, and strong cash flows in recent years have allowed it to pay down debt. The company's cash balance net of very modest borrowings stood at over £11 million at the year end. A share price of 390p values the enterprise at £40 million, about 15 times adjusted profit in 2016. For long-term investors, the shares could make a good investment.
investorschampion: Despite the conservative basis of our valuation, it still suggests that Zytronic is under-priced at the current (March 2nd) share price of 405p, for a £65m market cap. Should the anticipated growth be achieved through 2017, a fair value of £90m+ would be more realistic, offering potential share price upside of >40% from current levels. There will always be an element of risk given the customer profile, but this risk:reward proposition appears to be more than fair to potential new investors.
igoe104: Strange things, market are ? compare zyt to igp, who have just announced results. Igp have announced a loss of 1 million, for the year. they are capped 5 million more than ZYT. they have 4 million less in the bank than ZYT and don`t pay a divi, where ZYT pay a cracking one. so how come their share price has gone up on results, while ZYT has gone down ?
rcturner2: ZYT is also my biggest holding, mainly because it is up 50%. I do not think there is any need for holders to worry. The share price will follow the results from the company. Look at how the price rose after the last set of good news. As long as the company continues to deliver growth the share price will grow with it.
igoe104: Sensible blog write-up from stock whittler. hxxps:// Zytronic Top Up 1/11/2016 0 Comments I have taken the opportunity to top up on Zytronic, the opportunity having been created by an opinion given by Bearbull in the IC. I have some reference to the article but not a copy as such; I don’t subscribe to IC. I understand that the article said that the share was overvalued by 40% or something ridiculous well everybody has an opinion on stocks and after all, that is what makes the market function but it’s not a view I share. My view of Zytronic is that it is an exciting growth company and to that end is priced very reasonable for a growth business. If you look at the PE(f) as given in Stockopedia this shows a value of 15.6. However, Zytronic has a decent amount of cash on the books and once you strip this out you come to a PE of around the mid 12’s; expensive, well no, I don’t see it that way. How do the other numbers that attract me to this stock stack up?•Revenue and profits increasing year on year. •The ROCE is decent at 20.1 •Operating margin of slightly over 20% •Cash-flow ps appreciably higher than eps and also lots of free cash-flow. The dividend which is around 3.4% is growing by around 10% per year and has a conventional cover of around 2. However, as I have mentioned in earlier blog notes my real comfort with dividend cover is when the FCF easily cover dividend payments and with Zytronic that is the case. We have a very healthy Piotroski at 9 which gives me confidence. Also, the Stock Ranks given in Stockopedia look very healthy SR of 96. Cross checking to see if that confidence is echoed by Sharelockholmes and I am pleased to say it is as they have a market score of 2 (1 is the best score with Sharelockholmes and 100 the worst). So all in all, I am comfortable with what I see. Also just to keep me up to date I listened to an excellent interview of the CEO, Mark Cambridge, that Paul Scott did in the middle of December; all reassuring stuff. Personally, I am in no rush with this one as I think it is a grand little company and am taking a view of at least a couple of years rather than a few months. To that extent if the share price does ease further then I may be tempted to top up again.
market sniper3: One reason to hope the payout can be boosted this year is that in late December I sold half the portfolio's holding in touch screens maker Zytronic (ZYT). By then, the stock's yield had dropped to 2.8 per cent as the price motored ahead. Locking in guaranteed profits on the fund's investment in Zytronic thus seemed sensible, especially as the share price seems to have outran the company's improved performance (see Bearbull, 31 December 2015). Expect to see the company's market value and its underlying value converge in the months ahead, which is another way of saying that the share price may well be weak.
Zytronic share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange
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