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Share Price Information for Eckoh Technologies (ECK)


Share Price: 38.75Bid: 38.50Ask: 39.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Eckoh
Spread: 0.50Spread as %: 1.30%Open: 38.50High: 38.75Low: 38.50Yesterday’s Close: 38.75

Eckoh Plc Ord 0.25P

Eckoh Technologies is listed in the FTSE AIM All-Share
Eckoh Technologies is part of the Software & Computer Services sector




Intraday Eckoh Technologies Share Chart


Intraday Eckoh Technologies Share Price Chart


Share Price SpacerPrice
38.75

Share Price SpacerBid
38.50

Share Price SpacerAsk
39.00

Share Price SpacerChange
0%0.00

Share Price SpacerVolume
140,968

Share Price SpacerOpen
38.50

Share Price SpacerHigh
38.75

Share Price SpacerLow
38.50

Share Price SpacerClose
38.75

Share Price SpacerCurrency
GBX

3 Month Eckoh Technologies Share Graph


3 Month Eckoh Technologies Share Price Graph


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 216.09m £83.73m 20,000

52 Week High 48.25 52 Week High Date 10-JUN-2014
52 Week Low 21.38 52 Week Low Date 7-AUG-2013

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
11 105,795 30,173 276.786 0.14 0.31 0.80




Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

23-Jul-14
16:16:48
39.00
60,000
Buy* 
38.50
39.00
23.40k
Trade Type:
Ordinary

23-Jul-14
15:31:12
38.625
16,129
Sell* 
38.50
39.00
6,230
Trade Type:
Ordinary

23-Jul-14
15:14:12
38.825
21,735
Buy* 
38.50
39.00
8,439
Trade Type:
Ordinary


*Buys and Sells are calculated on the difference between the trade price and the current mid price. As such, they can occasionally be incorrect.

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Directors Deals for Eckoh Technologies (ECK)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
21-Mar-14Notification of Holding
Trade Notifier Information for Eckoh
Nicolas B Philpot held the position of CEO at Eckoh at the time of this trade.
 Nicolas B Philpot
000
23-Jan-14Sell
Trade Notifier Information for Eckoh
Nicolas B Philpot held the position of CEO at Eckoh at the time of this trade.
 Nicolas B Philpot
32.27GBX477,6434704873
22-Jan-14Exercise of option
Trade Notifier Information for Eckoh
Nicolas B Philpot held the position of CEO at Eckoh at the time of this trade.
 Nicolas B Philpot
0627,6434704873
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Date/Time
Author
Subject
Share Price
Opinion
Tue 21:44
CHEQUEMATE
LuckyMouse
38.50
No Opinion

Thanks for the post LM. You can get a months free trial to growthcompanyinvestor if you go to their website, growthcompanyinvestor.co.uk. It enables you to look back at all their articles and recommendations etc. I have found it to be profitable over the last 2 or 3 years or so. Regards CM
Tue 21:27
LuckyMouse
Re:Theory
38.50
No Opinion

So - according to this theory (& I think the RNS have to bear out the high f'casts) PureCircle Ltd [PURE] is about to pop although looking at the eye watering PE & PR/Book its the worlds worst kept secret! Im watching closely...
Tue 10:35
LuckyMouse
CM
38.50
No Opinion

Yes the seasonal dog days of summer vs the santa rally either side of xmas probably much to do with it if you look longer term - the fund mgrs play the seasons and defensives for sure Good tip: If you have the FTSE100, 250, Small Cap, AIM100, DOW & STOXX 50 charts all open simultaneously on one of your screens with a few basic trend lines its terribly revealing - right now DOW is at the top and AIM100 is at the btm - so as you say - AIM can be an early barometer - greater risk and volatility there seems to force folks hand rather quicker - the mkt is nervous and searching for direction. Large caps seem to be held up by bid banter and defensives. I suspect most folks are aware of trying to get in about a month before a hot announcement - the technique outlined below is getting in a month before a hot FY2 f'cast comes into play ie before it becomes FY1 Sometimes its spectacular with a doubling of price within a few mths and sometimes it isnt - so trying to isolate further - will let you know - bull mkt and hot predictions coming true in the news or not probably much to do with it I suspect Tks for the tip re Growth Company Investor - will have a look ATB LM
Mon 22:50
CHEQUEMATE
LuckyMouse
38.50
No Opinion

I am subscribed to GrowthCompanyInvestor.co.uk. I find it most useful in identifying potential investments. They give recommendations on a regular basis, whether that be buy, hold or avoid. Within their reports they go into some detail and it is possible to get a heads up before the general market gets to hear news through a RNS. I have found them to be very beneficial on a number of occasions often using them as a further tool to help my research. However, I still use the criteria garnered form the Zulu Principle to form my main basis for investing. Good luck with forming any index of shares. Let me know how it goes. I think there is a lot of volatility in the market at present. This may have as much to do with the time of year as anything. Volume is generally low and the market makers are looking to make their money which ever way they can and that can mean volatility in share prices and unusually wide spreads. I need to look back to this time last year and see how my portfolio performed over the months from end of May to end of August to see if there is any resemblance to now; possibly to 2012 too if I still have the records. Good luck and regards CM
Mon 22:31
CHEQUEMATE
LuckyMouse
38.50
No Opinion

Good evening LM. Hope all is well. Not a great day again for investments it seems, hmm. Right, where to start to answer your question(s)?. Have I noticed a rise in share price coinciding with a turnaround in fortunes for a company from a trading update giving a more positive update after a previous poor trading update?. I hope I understand you correctly. And have I had any success catching the rise using that technique?. Well, yes I have but the trick is identifying the turnaround before it is confirmed by a RNS release and that takes a fair bit of research and reading a lot of RNSs. If we are not careful we can get caught out by investing on the back of the latest update which the market knows about and has already marked the share higher before we can get in. Then the share price may spike and retrace. Particularly at present. Indeed right now the market is very difficult to read and understand, quite different from a year ago. It is like walking through treacle. I'm not sure there is anything like a smooth rising portfolio under almost any circumstance. Sometimes/many a time I think success can come down to luck and just good timing. The general market(s) are struggling for direction. They are looking for something to push them forward and higher up to and beyond all time highs. There is the continuing uncertainty of what is happening between the Ukraine and Russia, especially after the shooting down of the civil aircraft which is making the market nervous. Plus there is the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians. Rising interest rates are looming on the horizon but are by no means certain when it will happen. But, if we look back just a couple of years we had the Greek default crisis, the Euro crisis, the U.S debt ceiling and the Fiscal Cliff to deal with plus a recession. In my opinion things looked more gloomy then than now and I considered seriously selling all my investments and moving into cash. You mention about the end of the bull run. I'm not so sure, I see it more likely that there could be a correction, or a considerable sideways move in the markets. Economic indicators are reasonable and there is growth in the economy(ies) if we believe what we read. I read in the Mail on Sunday a couple of weeks ago, that the small caps were the canary in the mine and that the smart investors had already been moving out of the small caps and that investors should take heed. Possibly. All we can do is to identify the strongest of companies to invest in and then either hold our nerve or if and when we feel the need sell out. Not sure how much I have answered any of your points LM Regards CM
Mon 17:04
LuckyMouse
RE: Question
38.50
No Opinion

A couple of examples: Imagine you entered a mth before official year end ie the whole earnings/f'cast table was one notch lower than now Then check the corresponding dates on the chart http://www.digitallook.com/companyresearch/201246/Styles_Wood_Group/company_research.html? http://www.digitallook.com/companyresearch/11246/Character_Group/company_research.html? Spectacular - but it doesnt always work: http://www.digitallook.com/companyresearch/2523807/Shaft_Sinkers_Holdings/company_research.html? I guess it depends if the newsflow bears out the ambitious FY2 prediction - so need a way to judge f'cast quality? Only way I can think of to do that is perhaps something like Starmine Professional which is a top end service which I dont have & probably couldnt afford anyway - or perhaps some other way? Never the less - the risk/reward ratio is exciting if one could catch a few of these... LM

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