Articles by: STEVE MOORE


Rosslyn Data Technologies – interims argue “look to the future with confidence”, what about the financials and attempted ramptastic RNS Reach then?

Describing itself as a “provider of a leading cloud-based enterprise data analytics platform”, Rosslyn Data Technologies (RDT) has announced results for its half-year ended 31st October 2022 including “expected revenue growth of 121% in H2 over H1… there is growing interest in Rosslyn's services from global blue-chip customers and via its partner network, which is resulting in an expanding pipeline”. So what of a currently approaching 12% lower share price response to 0.75p?
  • By Steve Moore
  • 2023-01-30 14:49:29

Sopheon – trading update, how valuable is its “SaaS transition” proving?

Previously writing on innovation management software and services company Sopheon (SPE), 17 months ago with the shares rising above 925p I concluded that I wasn’t prepared to pay a market cap of more than £100 million at that stage of ‘SaaS transition’ here. The shares most recently closed at 625p but are currently up to 680p on the back of a trading update. So what’s the situation now?

  • By Steve Moore
  • 2023-01-30 11:43:25

On the Beach – trading update emphasises “total transaction value” and “bookings”, but what about the bottom-line?

Online travel group On the Beach (OTB) has announced first quarter of its year total transaction value “exceeded the comparative months in FY22”, that “bookings since the Christmas period have materially increased… since the start of the financial year to date is up 68% vs the equivalent period in FY22” and “a strong balance sheet”. So what of a currently up to 183p share price?
  • By Steve Moore
  • 2023-01-27 16:19:54

Superdry – interims argue that the “brand has real momentum”. Er, does it?!

Previously writing on branded clothing, accessories and footwear company Superdry (SDRY), a year ago with the shares down to around 230p I questioned its argued “clear signs of brand and financial recovery” and continued to avoid – considering you’d really have to be a firm believer in returned CEO Julian Dunkerton’s recovery plans to buy at that juncture. With the shares having last closed at 149.2p, what of now results for the company’s half-year ended 29th October 2022 and trading since?

  • By Steve Moore
  • 2023-01-27 15:14:30

Strix – to “prioritise debt reduction”, what about the only in November argued “strong balance sheet”?!

Kettle safety controls and other water temperature components group Strix (KETL) has issued a trading update including that it “has achieved adjusted profit after tax for the full year of approximately £23m” and “the disruptive effects of ongoing lockdowns being enforced in China are now beginning to show signs of abating”. So what of a current share price response up by more than 10% to 100p?
  • By Steve Moore
  • 2023-01-26 16:10:27

Biome Technologies – trading update and ‘looks forward to providing a further update with results in April’. Should it be?

Describing itself as “a leading bioplastics and radio frequency technology business”, Biome Technologies (BIOM) has issued a trading update for the 2022 calendar year including net cash ‘ahead of expectations’ and RF Technologies division revenue doubled to £1.8 million. So what of a current approaching 3% lower share price response to 85p?
  • By Steve Moore
  • 2023-01-25 14:55:24

XP Factory – trading update, what’s the cash flow detail?

Describing itself as “one of the UK's pre-eminent experiential leisure businesses operating the Escape Hunt and Boom Battle Bar brands”, XP Factory (XPF) states that it “is pleased to provide an update on trading for the year to 31 December 2022”… and what of a share price currently up to 17.75p?
  • By Steve Moore
  • 2023-01-25 11:38:55
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