Previously writing on digital tv technology company Mirada (MIRA) in December I noted net debt of $7.6 million and that some improvement is going to be needed to turn around the balance sheet. The company has now announced that it “has entered into a secured one-year loan facility for up to £3 million... The directors are confident that as a result of its pipeline of potential new customer contracts and the expected revenues from its recently won contracts now being implemented, the company's cashflow position will improve and it will be able to satisfy all debts as they fall due”. Hmmm…
In October I questioned on Mirada (MIRA) shares soar on contract win, but what about that financing needed? Today its CEO Jose Luis Vazquez is “pleased to present the group's interim financial results for the six months ended 30 September 2017”. Hmmm…
Shares in Mirada (MIRA) are currently soaring from just above 1p on the back of a “New Contract Win” announcement. Hang on though, isn’t there currently financing needs by this company?...
On the back of a “New Contract Win” announcement, shares in Mirada (MIRA) are recovering having been heading towards 1p following a trading update earlier this month…
With apologies to my fellow bear Matt Earl, the Dark Destroyer, who is a NED at Mirada (MIRA) but today's trading statement moves swiftly from gushing about jam tomorrow to a a damning admission of the monumental cashburn which leave the balance sheet holed beneath the waterline. It is placing ahoy and for a company of this size that means bucket shops and a deep discount
Previously writing on digital technology company Mirada (MIRA) I concluded that the track record saw me continue to avoid with the shares at 4.25p. I now update with the shares, on the back of a “Trading Update” announcement, currently 33% lower today, at 2.75p...
Having recently been declining, shares in digital technology company Mirada (MIRA) were the top gainer yesterday – up 26% to 4.25p – on the back of a “Trading Statement” announcement. Let’s take a look…
The CEO of provider of software for digital TV Mirada (MIRA), José Luis Vázquez, is “pleased to present the group's financial results for the year ended 31 March 2016”. The shares are though more than 9.5% lower, at 4.75p, in response. Hmmm…
If you want me to analyse a stock for you just drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org - Today I look at shares in Mirada (MIRA), Nostra Terra Oil & Gas (NTOG) and, Sound Energy (SOU) setting share price targets for all three stocks
One of the better ways of getting to grips with the more obscure or even difficult charting situations is to deploy the broadening triangle. A decent example of the genre is currently being served up on the daily chart of Mirada,
Mirada plc (MIRA) has announced results from “a critical period for the company” during which it has secured and deployed its first ‘tier one’ contract
I think that shares in Mirada (MIRA) are cheap as it finally starts to deliver. Its CEO Jose is a good fellow and here he is presenting at the UK Investor Show 2015.
Creator and manager of services for digital tv, Mirada plc (MIRA) last week announced the commercial launch of “the first of the cable network deployments agreed as part of the announcement dated May 19th 2014”.
This is a pain in the neck. But view it as an opportunity. Mirada (MIRA) says that the major contract announced on May 19 and first scheduled for delivery in December will now not launch in January as planned but next month.
Mirada (MIRA) was among the three companies presenting at the ShareProphets seminar. The video of CEO Jose Vasquez can be found below.
Mirada plc (MIRA) has announced interim results and “a big step following the company's successful rollout of our iris SDP modules in Peru”. It is all good news.
Creator and manager of interactive services for digital TV platforms and broadcasters, Mirada plc (MIRA) has announced “a new, supplementary contract with its existing ‘tier one’ customer in Latin America to provide over-the-top services which will enable its current subscriber, and potentially non-subscriber base, to access its content anytime, anywhere, from any compatible device via a TV Everywhere platform”.
This is the second time we have made this or tip of the week. First time around was at 15.75p but the sods round at Arden then organised a placing which rather kyboshed sentiment, However…
Mirada (MIRA) has announced 28 million new shares have been conditionally placed at 12.5p each to raise a gross £3.5 million (net £3.3 million). We are angry about certain matters but the shares are cheap.
The HotStockRockets team tipped AIM listed provider of products and services to deliver interactive TV, Video-on-Demand, digital marketing and payment services, Mirada (MIRA) at an 11.75p offer price on February 28. The shares are now 14.75-15.25p but are still cheap. A meeting with management last week made us more confident than ever. Buy.
A director tipping out 400,000 shares rarely does anything good for the share price. The chap may not be central to the operation, he may retain the vast majority of his holding but investors rarely read it well. That happened last week at Mirada (MIRA), the shares have slipped back to 15.25p and it is a chance for you to buy.
Provider of products and services to deliver interactive TV, Video-on-Demand, digital marketing and payment services, Mirada plc (MIRA) has announced that, following a successful trial, “it has secured a major contract for its multiscreen product, iris, with a large established Latin American digital TV operator”. There is also news in a separate update that for the year ended 31st March 2014 the company “expects to improve the EBITDA and net results” but it is the potential of the contract it has secured which is the major news today and the following updates our stance on this winning share tip after a chat with CEO Jose Luis Vazquez.
Tom Winnifrith met up with Jose Vasquez, the CEO of Mirada (MIRA) earlier this week and recorded this video.
Dear Readers, at present, investors are faced with a fully inflated bull market and that reduces the number of 'low risk' tech plays for investors to chase. You therefore need to read in between the lines. Don't just look at the historic bottom and top line, but look at forecast profits and if there is potential for profit-beating. Investors who are more risk inclined will even look at companies that don't have broker forecasts.
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