Articles by: STEVE MOORE


Strip Tinning – trading warning little over three months since listing!, AIM IPO roll-call of shame...

On 16th February Strip Tinning Holdings (STG), describing itself as “a leading supplier of specialist connectors to the automotive sector”, was “pleased to announce the admission… to trading on AIM… £11.5 million of gross proceeds have been raised… at a price of 185 pence per ordinary share… £8.0 million for the company and £3.5 million for certain selling shareholders… The directors believe the placing and admission will enable the company to accelerate its growth plans and underpin its early mover advantage in the EV battery sector, further enhance its profile in the markets in which it operates and assist with attracting, retaining and incentivising high calibre employees”. So what of now a “trading update” little over three months later?...

  • By Steve Moore
  • 2022-05-18 12:45:09

Victorian Plumbing – interims, but I thought the June last year IPO was ‘an exciting next step on the growth journey’?...

Online bathroom retailer group Victorian Plumbing (VIC) has announced results for its half year ended 31st March with founder and CEO Mark Radcliffe emphasising “relentless focus on investing in quality and innovation has resulted in revenue growing 39% on a two-year basis”. Having only though listed in June last year, what about on a one year basis and what’s the financial impact of its “investing”?...

  • By Steve Moore
  • 2022-05-17 12:58:52

Kromek – is “foreseeable future” this time longer than three and a half months?...

Previously writing on group now describing itself as “a leading developer of radiation and bio-detection technology solutions for the advanced imaging and CBRN detection segments” Kromek (KMK), in July with the shares down towards 15p I reviewed “well-placed to capitalise on the substantial opportunities”, concluding still a sell. It today provides an update, with its year ended 30th April.

  • By Steve Moore
  • 2022-05-16 12:00:52

Seraphine – further lack of investor confidence could be significant...

Previously writing on maternity and nursing wear group Seraphine (BUMP), earlier this month with the shares down towards 30p I remained bearish. The shares last closed at just above 29p but why are they currently a further approaching 7% lower just today?...

  • By Steve Moore
  • 2022-05-13 16:14:00
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