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Vislink (VLK) has announced that it has changed its name to Pebble Beach Systems Group (PEB) following ‘completion’ of the disposal of its hardware division, with “in accordance with the terms the deferred consideration is due to be paid within 45 days of completion”. Hmmm...
Following an after-hours Friday affirmed agreement, conditional on shareholder approval, for the $16 million sale of the assets of its hardware division, Vislink (VLK) has made a “Trading Update” announcement rather showing why…
Shares in AIM-listed Vislink (VLK) have had a roller-coaster couple of years. They started 2015 at around 41p, raced ahead to 60p by mid-year (2015) but now languish at just 12.625p as at last week’s close. Having been tipped by Steve Moore in the ShareProphets 2015 Christmas tipfest as well as making an appearance on the Nifty Fifty courtesy of Steve and Tom Winnifrith did it all go wrong for the duo? Er, no. As the old saying goes, “when the facts change”….
Having slumped to sub 8p, shares in Vislink (VLK) are currently approaching 8% higher, at 8.625p, on the back of a “Pebble Beach Systems Announces Strong Growth” announcement. What’s the detail?
A July profit warning meant results for the first half of 2016 from Vislink (VLK) were not going to be good but, on revenue 15% lower than in the corresponding 2015 period, at £22.6 million, a loss of £32.8 million!?! And there’s worse…
Vislink (VLK) shares are down a further 21% today to 11.65p, for a market cap of just £14.25 million, as the fallout continues from yesterday’s hideous trading update. This is an opportune moment to make a few points on the issue of falling knives and when to catch them.
A strangely timed (8:01am) “Trading Update” from technology group “specialising in solutions for the capture, management and delivery of high quality video for the broadcast and surveillance and public safety markets”, Vislink (VLK). Hmmm…
Vislink plc (VLK) announced a new management “incentive policy” in July, with shares in the company having exceeded 60p in the prior month. We railed against the policy – see, for example, HERE and HERE and interim results in September saw a swift share price decline to around 45p. A trading update this month - which begins by noting that “the introduction of IP based technologies into our target markets continues to give Vislink Communication Systems and Pebble Beach Systems significant opportunities” - has seen the shares further lower to comfortably sub 30p. Hmmm…
Technology company specialising in the collection, delivery and management of video, Vislink plc (VLK) has announced results for the first half of 2015. I update following my July critique (HERE) of the company’s “incentive policy” for executive directors and senior management…
I named shares in Vislink plc (VLK) as one of my three tips for 2015 at a 38.5p offer price in December HERE and previously updated that there looked to be continued value at 49.5p in March HERE. However, a new “incentive policy” for executive directors and senior management has raised shareholder ire (see HERE) and the following details five specific reasons why this is justified and my view now…
A new “incentive policy” for executive directors and senior management at Vislink plc (VLK) has led to a shareholder action campaign - which looks 100% justified
My second share tip for Easter is a tech stock but not one of those that has zero revenues or uses the dreaded EBITDA metric to justify its lack of real profits. This is a real company making real profits. Tip two is Vislink (VLK) at 51p.
Commenting on results from Vislink plc (VLK) last week we concluded that the share price recovery in recent months looked well merited and to have further to go. The following updates post a research update and director share dealing…
Vislink (VLK) has announced results for the 2014 calendar year and that its “markets continue to be challenging”but that it is buoyed by its expanding higher-margin software offering and more efficient integrated communication division under new leadership.
Having yesterday updated on my first share tip of the year for 2015 HERE, the following updates on my other two selections – for which it is a case of so far, so good…
Specialist in the collection and delivery of live video and associated data for the broadcast, surveillance and defence markets, Vislink plc (VLK) has updated that it “anticipates adjusted operating profit for 2014 to be ahead of market expectations… following a better than anticipated end to the year” and that “trading for the current year has started in line with market expectations”.
Having recently re-capped on my 2014 selections HERE, it is now time to repeat the exercise for 2015…
The market has not reacted well to interims from Vislink (VLK) marking the stock down to 45p but research Equity Development reckons that Mr Market has got it very wrong. It predicts a “blowout” second half boosted by a five year partnership with Nasdaq listed Harmonic (US:HLIT), reckons that its own 2015 numbers are cautious and has increased its target price from 70p to 75p.
I previously updated on Vislink plc (VLK) on this website in March – noting that the then 47.5p share price looked harsh. With the company having subsequently announced 2013 results and the shares having slipped back from 50p early last month, the following updates.
Commissioned researcher Edison has today published a note on Vislink (VLK) at 48.5p upping its target price from 65p to 70p.
Commissioned researcher Edison has published a note on Vislink (VLK) in the wake of its 2013 results claiming that the shares (now 47p) are worth 65p. As it happens the bullishness is shared by Tom Winnifrith & Steve Moore (see HERE). As such whilst this note is commissioned it may be worth a read.
Vislink (VLK) has announced a net £9 million (including £2 million via 4,700,904 new Vislink shares at 42.545p each) acquisition of Pebble Beach Systems, a Surrey-headquartered company with leading software products for television automation and media management for broadcast studios. At 47.5p to buy the shares look great value.
Added to the Growth portfolio of the premium Nifty Fifty offering last month, Vislink plc (VLK) has subsequently announced (last week) the posting of a circular convening a General Meeting on 17th December to seek shareholder approval for a move to AIM from its current main market London listing and to increase its ability to issue shares on a non-pre-emptive basis to 20% of its share capital in order to facilitate its growth strategy. Having commented on the company on this website HERE and following also an update from researcher Edison, the following updates the story.
Vislink plc (VLK), a developer of wireless communications products and services for the broadcast and surveillance markets, has updated that since its half year results “overall trading has been in line with our expectations”. The following updates with the shares at 48.25p - off highs of more than 52p earlier this month, but having risen from 25.25p at the commencement of 2013.
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