Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: an unpriced option to buy 80% of a business with no given profits at no specified cost is worth what?
James Fisher & Sons – “the board remains confident in the group's strategy”. Er, why the “detailed” reviews then?!
Of course there is no insider dealing in London and on AIM - just look at the Vast Resources 5 day chart
Rutherford Health (Formerly Proton Partners) – Delays, Delays From Former Neil Woodford Favourite. Has the Cash Run Out Yet?
Vehicle tracking technologies company Quartix (QTX) “is pleased to confirm” that Richard Lilwall has commenced as CEO, with retiring founder CEO Andy Walters remaining on the board as a non-executive and that “the annualised recurring revenue of the fleet subscription base was £23.5m on 1 October, representing a gain, in constant currency terms, of £1.5m since the start of the year”. What though of the shares, down from around 490p when I previously wrote on the company to currently 450p?...
Previously writing on vehicle tracking technologies company Quartix (QTX), in March with the shares at 476p I questioned is the progress ‘pleasing’?. What about now, with a half-year trading update?...
Previously writing on vehicle telematics company Quartix (QTX), in October with the shares at 340p, I noted it “pleased with the progress we have made so far in 2020” but questioned value. Today it “is pleased to announce its audited results for the year ended 31 December 2020”. So what’s the outlook now?...
Vehicle tracking systems company Quartix (QTX) has updated including “we are pleased with the progress we have made so far in 2020, despite the impact of COVID-19 on our clients and markets. Our subscription base grew in each of our markets and now stands at more than 167,000 vehicles with recurring revenues of just under £22m” – and the shares have currently responded up to 340p...
Quartix Holdings (QTX) has updated including that “trading for the first three-month period to 31 March 2020 was strong, and consistent with meeting market expectations for the year” and “the initial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the company's profitability has therefore been very limited, given the recurring nature of… subscriptions”. The shares though remain below the approaching 300p of earlier this month, at around 250p...
Vehicle tracking systems, software and services company Quartix (QTX) has updated on trading – with the shares - already down from more than 440p last month - currently responding further lower below 240p…
A Trading Statement announcement from Quartix Holdings (QTX) commencing “the board reports that trading for the two-month period to 28 February 2018 was in line to deliver management's expectations for the full year. The company has made excellent progress in its core fleet business in the USA and France since the start of the year”. Sounds fine then, but what?... the shares currently more than 10% lower, at around 340p, in response? Hmmm…
A good, clean chart can be just what the doctor orders for over stressed chartists, and this would appear to be just what is on offer in term of the daily timeframe at Quartix Holdings (QTX).
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