A trading update from manufacturer of touch sensors Zytronic (ZYT) includes “the downturn in sales experienced in the second half of last year has now levelled out at approximately £2.0m for the quarter to 30 September 2020 and the first quarter of this financial year to 31 December 2020”. So why are the shares currently 10% further lower to 135p?...
Previously writing on manufacturer of products for electronic displays Zytronic (ZYT), in October I suggested value recovery potential but noted it “facing uncertainty regarding levels of future business” and on the watchlist. Now results for its year ended 30th September 2020 have been published. On the surface they look bad, but if you dig deeper maybe this has attractions as an investment...
Previously writing on manufacturer of products for electronic displays Zytronic (ZYT), in May with a little more than 100p share price I concluded including the impact of the “difficult and unprecedented circumstances” of the response to COVID-19 need to be considered, but I suggest there still potential value here and it worth looking out for the “we shall keep shareholders informed of any material developments”. Today a trading update...
Zytronic (ZYT), a manufacturer of products for electronic displays, has announced results for its half-year ended 31st March 2020, with hopes including “our growth markets within the APAC countries where the pandemic has had the earliest effects will hopefully return to normality quicker than others”. A still little more than 100p share price though compares to 250p hit early in 2020...
Previously writing on touch sensors company Zytronic (ZYT), in May I concluded; with also such an update as this latest not until more than a month after the period end, even at a now comfortably sub 300p share price I continue to avoid. The shares are currently further sub 200p on the back of year ended 30th September 2019 results…
Previously writing on touch sensors company Zytronic (ZYT), in October - with the shares at 387.5p - I cautioned despite the company arguing “several opportunities in its pipeline with the potential to improve future performance materially”. Today a further “Trading Update”…
A trading update from touch sensor products developer and manufacturer Zytronic (ZYT) commences; “Trading in the second half of the year showed a 10% improvement in revenues over the first half, totalling £11.7m, resulting in total revenues for the year of £22.3m which is in-line with market expectations”. So why currently a 9% share price fall, to 387.5p?...
Touch sensors manufacturer Zytronic (ZYT) “is pleased to report a doubling of the interim dividend to 7.6p (H1 2017: 3.8p) in line with our progressive dividend policy, and the continued development of our business into new markets”. Sounds promising – and the shares have currently responded… more than 8% lower, towards 400p. Ah…
I previously wrote on touch sensors company Zytronic (ZYT) in December, concluding then that a circa 500p share price looked little, if any, better than fair enough. There is now an update on the first four months of its current financial year…
Having been a successful constituent in the Nifty Fifty portfolio, profits in touch sensors company Zytronic (ZYT) were taken earlier this year at 480p. The shares did continue heading higher, but are currently down to 500p to sell on the back of results for the company’s year ended 30th September 2017…
Hello, Share Minders. There’s a strong tendency to sell shares on company reports, even when the news is not bad. ‘Buy on the rumour, sell on the fact’ is the well-known City adage. But the smarter investor will often buy, once the fall has all the signs of running out of steam.
Hello, Share Mashers. It is not often that my good self and my more intelligent colleagues Uncle Tom and Steve Moore commend the same share. There are, after all, zillions of choices to be made in the markets. But we did agree on Zytronic (ZYT), the successful niche company that specialises in the very fashionable area of touch sensors.
Zytronic (ZYT) has announced results for its half year ended 31st March 2017 and that “the second half of the year has started well and is in line with expectations and on this basis we expect to make further progress in creating value for shareholders”.
Hello Share Shufflers. There is a Geordie company which wages war on switches and buttons. It makes touch sensors. You’ll see this kind of technology everywhere these days, beginning with your mobile phone.
Hello Share Carriers. It’s often said - and for good reason - that timing is everything in the great share game. Usually it’s trying to sell at the top and buy at the bottom. As this is well nigh impossible, it’s probably useful to look at other matters of timing, which are a bit easier to achieve.
You’ve probably guessed already that I mostly prefer future prospects to past performance when assessing if a share should attract my hard-earned. Thus a balance sheet is of interest to me - but not quite as much as a bit of old-fashioned imagination when trying to second guess if a service or product will fly in the next few years.
Recent share tip of ours Zytronic (ZYT) has announced results for its year ended 30th September 2016 and that its new “year has started well with orders, revenue and current trading ahead of the same period last year”.
Having previously concluded on shares in Zytronic plc (ZYT) late last year that I continued to see merit in the argument for them as a long-term ‘buy-and-hold’, I note a “Trading Update” announcement from the company...
If you want me to analyse a stock for you just drop me a line at email@example.com - Today I look at shares in Dotdigital Group (DOTD), Reneuron (RENE) and Zytronic (ZYT) setting share price targets for all three stocks.
Having last commented on Tyneside-based, touch sensor product-focused Zytronic plc (ZYT) with its shares approaching 300p HERE, I now update with results for the company’s year ended 30th September 2015 currently helping the shares towards 400p…
Hello Share Pruners. Just over a year ago, I was singing the praises of a little company called. Zytronic (ZYT). Sounds like a type of Dan Dare space gun doesn't it, but bear with me.
I always like a niche company. A niche you'll remember is a useful hole in a wall. The niche is useful, yet is small and discreet enough to be overlooked.
I wrote on Tyneside-based developer and manufacturer of touch sensor products, Zytronic plc (ZYT) in September post a positive trading update – concluding that, at 255.5p, the shares still looked decent enough value. The following updates post the company having now announced results for its year ended 30th September 2014 - and with the shares now approaching 300p.
Shares in Tyneside-based developer and manufacturer of touch sensor products, Zytronic plc (ZYT) currently trade approaching 15% higher today, at 255.5p, on the back of a trading update stating that “the board now expects pre-tax profit for the full year to be significantly above the market consensus”. Is this discounted in the now share price?
Hello Share Gatherers: Having done a bit of selling to clear up my tax position at the end of the financial year, I have found myself with a load of cash in my ISAS and my ordinary trading accounts.
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