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Share Price: 6.625Bid: 6.25Ask: 7.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Pinnacle Tech
Spread: 0.75Spread as %: 12.00%Open: 6.625High: 6.625Low: 6.625Yesterday’s Close: 6.625


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Korg
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:6.88
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RE: buying
20 Feb '15
Dibs, they are removing unprofitable business elements that were costing money. Even at the cost of revenue, so removal of the losses becomes a gain on smaller revenue, thus your margins become greater. that streamlining will effectivley ADD to proit. A point some fail to see.

Like I said the results are pre history, so looks worse than it is imo. The old ceo was clueless, NS has a total grasp of things.

The shift from ebit nutral statement to positive indicates progress.

Again fully funded for a whole 12 months, so no dilution, and expectations of the big deals.

Ill add again on any dip.
 
corpse
Posts: 504
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Buyers suggest
20 Feb '15
pulled RNs has truth and money to be made here, i have not added holding large enough.
corpse
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Dibs Jolly
20 Feb '15
.I agree the downside risks here substantial "from where", i only see change and improvement on what one consider
an almost possible position considering we are still here. Nothing in those numbers other than the revenue drop which was explaned would trigger a substantial risk.

If revenues kept dropping than yes, but thats what i am not reading, so comments not warranted on these accounts. but he did say trading EBITDA neutral, so correct there but you did say early days.

You can read into them what you want are they better than last year simple yes or no given new CEO, would have lent you a shirt after losing yours. Still think you will make money on this but foe me long term.
jollyspeculator
Posts: 16,415
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Price:6.75
selling above the bid
20 Feb '15
again, I think...so plenty of selling just below 7p
satz
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Some Big Buys
20 Feb '15
o2 deal update coming soon!
sheldon
Posts: 1,664
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RE: Dibs
20 Feb '15
Correct placements can have a drag effect, however it was a small sum in this case so any effect would not last long.
jollyspeculator
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Dibs
20 Feb '15
fair play

...I agree the downside risks here substantial

...poor results imv plus derisking by placees from recent placement @6.5p

...look around at AIM and placements often act as a serious medium term drag on sp (though I haven't done thorough research on that PoV)
Dibs61
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RE: buying
20 Feb '15
Sorry I meant 'element of interest' in previous post. Just another point. Had the SP not been pumped up so much the other day based on the oops a daisy leak - just before results - where do peeps think the SP would be now? I reckon 4.5/5p tops ( and that's being generous. JAT
sheldon
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RE: buying
20 Feb '15
Dibs don't you understand that revenue is different to profit ? Previously they were running around chasing unprofitable business, they have ceased those activities, reduced costs by cutting down the workforce that weren't making them any money.

Turnover is vain, profit is sane, first rule of business.
Dibs61
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RE: Who fancies a bet...
20 Feb '15
I held my hands up straight away first thing this morning mate ;) You must've missed it in amongst all the gnashing of teeth.

I spoke to, let's say, a senior manager at Pinn yesterday who advised me they had to make an announcement to the market first when they were going to release results before they actually do so. I took him at his word that this would mean an RNS to announce results date first. Reasonable? Never take what an AIM CEO tells you at face value. (Like we didn't know that already eh?)





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