They are now signing 2 contracts each working day on average. Looks like TalentGuard has more potential than they originally thought. Lets hope it will continue.
I'm not sure how much more the share price can rise in the short term though.
Just as well i paddled that canoe, and went against Steve More and Winny.
Been looking to take profit @ 80p , been hovering lifted this morning.
Might have more legs yet i always sell to soon . ( want some funds )
Good to see that profits are ahead of forecasts and that Gated Talent is showing even more promise than they hoped for. I was tempted to sell today and take the profit but on balance I think i'll hang and see if Gated Talent is as big a success as they think it could be.
They have to write something every day! The key here is at what price the fundraising is done, and how. I bought back in in the hope that we will be given some sort of role in the raising.
The new product should be a winner. When updates on older systems have been made customers have been retained and leavers have returned. They have good techs and pretty decent management. We should come good in the end.
Totally agree. Back in myself in a small way. I will still be intrigued as to the offer price though, and I am unhappy there have yet to be purchases by the directors. I reckon both those matters may be dealt with simultaneously quite soon!
I bought a few of these on Friday as I feel that despite the subdued outlook for the next couple of years and the dividend cut (they should scrap it altogeher imo rather than raise funds) if their secret product is really going to be as good as they claim then these could double over 3 years. If their new product isn't the success they are hoping for but trading returns to levels prior to the pw then these are still good value.
Hi P. I sold up this morning, though I did so with the full intention of buying back in when the price settles. I have every confidence in the management (and even the new secret weapon!). I was the first sell off the blocks this morning. Surprisingly there seem to have been more purchases than sales today!
I can see this in the low-60s in a few months, and that will make it a no-brainer of a buy. I will be intrigued to see the fundraising price. The illiqid nature of the stock and the exaggerated spread are no help to us here.
Yes I have to agree Blanketstacker. I think it is sightly unusual to embed news of a fundraising within the text in this way. I must admit that I am also not too confident to hear that the company has a brilliant new service to transform its fortunes.......... but that it's confidential so they can't tell us about it. A shame really as I thought this company was well managed and I suspect that changes in its market are to blame for its problems. Perhaps the mysterious new product will seek to benefit from those changes.
Long term prospects seem good, but there will be a large fall in profitability and the dividend in the next two years. More worryingly the statement says 'in view of the fundraising' BUT there has been no announcement of any fundraising!!!!!! It may be worth selling up here to buy in again sub-60.
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