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CloudCall – H1 trading update emphasises board's confidence, but sufficient to make the shares a buy?

Published 16 days ago

Shares in cloud-based software business integrating communications into CRM platforms, CloudCall (CALL) are currently accelerating beyond 100p on the back of a first half of 2017 trading update…

WANdisco – share price recovery continues on Silicon Valley Bank announcement

Published 32 days ago

Shares in ‘big data’ company WANdisco (WAND) are continuing a recovery on the latest news of an agreement with Silicon Valley Bank.

Porta Communications – announces completion of new banking facility, how’s the balance sheet then?

Published 46 days ago

On the back of a “Financial Completion of New Banking Facility” announcement, shares in PR and marketing group Porta Communications (PTCM) are currently more than 6% lower, sliding back below 4p. Hmmm...

Digital Barriers – “Framework Contract and Trading Update” announcement attempts to emphasise positives, BUT…

Published 87 days ago

Digital Barriers (DGB) has announced a framework contract and a trading update emphasising sales growth and “EBITDA is expected to be in line with market expectations”, BUT…

Digital Barriers – trading warning (you were warned). Timberrrrrr…

Published 126 days ago

Shares in surveillance technology company Digital Barriers (DGB) are currently more than 17.5% lower, at 25.5p, on the back of a “Trading Update” announcement. Trading warning ahoy! You were warned

Eagle Eye Solutions – interim results & Europe partnership, balance sheet “sufficient”?

Published 136 days ago

Having previously emphasised caution on digital promotions technology company Eagle Eye (EYE), I note the shares currently circa 6% higher today at 145p on the back of results for its half year ended 31st December 2016 and a partnership to deliver digital loyalty solutions in Europe with retail marketing company TCC Global…

Digital Barriers – announces a further $7 million of contract awards, but caveat emptor…

Published 202 days ago

Digital Barriers (DGB) has followed contract wins announced last month with an announcement of the award of a further two contracts with a total value of $7 million. The shares are up more than 10% above end of 2016 lows in response, heading towards 40p, but I’d still suggest caveat emptor…

Digital Barriers – another contract announcement. Rampity, ramp?

Published 221 days ago

Following contract wins announced at the start of the month, Digital Barriers (DGB) is now “pleased to announce that it has secured a $2.1 million contract for its unique ThruVis standoff threat detection camera”. The shares are currently up a tad to 36.5p in response, but…

Digital Barriers – contract wins, able to focus on converting pipeline & generating follow-on sales... or not?

Published 238 days ago

Reviewing results for the six months ended 30th September 2016 from Digital Barriers (DGB), I noted a £7.4 million reduction in net cash to £3.4 million and that the company has established a £10 million revolving credit facility. It has now made a “Contract wins across APAC and EMEA” announcement. Hmmm…

Digital Barriers – H1 results, claims a clear, strong organic growth engine. But is there?

Published 241 days ago

Provider of surveillance technologies, Digital Barriers (DGB) has announced results for the six months ended 30th September 2016 including “it is clear that we have now established a strong organic growth engine”, though later also stating “organic revenues… were broadly flat at £6.9m”. Hmmm…

WANdisco – share price rise despite funding crunch ahoy; there’s not a bargepole long enough

Published 462 days ago

March-announced results for 2015 from WANdisco (WAND, the self-described provider of whatever “enterprise-ready, non-stop software solutions that enable globally distributed organizations to meet today's data challenges of secure storage, scalability and continuous availability” are) included that the company had required to make the first drawings on a $10 million revolving credit facility after a $26.1 million net cash outflow before new financing saw year-end cash at $2.6 million. This saw the shares on the retreat back towards 100p, but they have since recovered to a current 175p. Hmmm…

Sports Direct will drop lower on FTSE100 relegation - sell

Published 516 days ago

Sports Direct (SPD) has had a very bad few months, during which time it has seen around 40% wiped off of its market valuation.

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