Thanks to paleje on ADVFN: -------------- It was Gervais Williams who wrote the article for them, he also said he fancies small caps/AIM to enter a strong growth period after the spell of under performing which we've all seen. Seeing Machines Valued at £47.5m, down 22.7% over a year "My final pick is Seeing Machines, which produces technology to detect and prevent drivers getting tired or distracted. It sells products to companies such as Caterpillar, General Motors, Takata (one of the largest steering-wheel manufacturers in the world) and Samsung. Seeing Machines was generating good revenue and modest profits before massively scaling up its sales force over the past 12 months. I’m always impressed when a tiny business like this brings something valuable to some of the largest companies in the world. I would put the remaining £1,900 of the £10,000 into this company." His other co's were Conygar, Fairpoint and K3. ------------------
Sunday Times Tip
Good news (from ADVFN) Seeing Machines apparently tipped as a BUY in the Sunday Times today.
Quite a few buys starting to come through now. The share price has been treading water awaiting news the past few weeks with the MM marking the sp up and down 2% day on day
holding up well considering no news :)
RE: Mining Safety
Thanks for the link gb Buys restricted to 100k of shares at Barclays. Earlier this morning, 150k
An interesting quick read written by a see employee http://ebook.aprs.com.au/i/389599/48
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