Electric Word Plc (ELE) AIM

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Old Mar 20, 2006, 9:39am   #1
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Electric Word Plc (ELE) AIM

Electric Word is a company that will move forward as it has its own specialist market. I have been tracking Electric Word from 8 March 2005.

Company Profile.

Established in 2000, Electric Word Plc is a mixed media publishing company, acting as a holding company for Peak Performance Publishing Limited and was floated on the AIM in March 2000.

The group specialise in sports science, health, education and funding publishing. it currently produces a number of titles - the sports science newsletter Peak Performance, Sports Injury Bulletin, Wormen's Health Research and nine education management newsletters under the Optimus brand.

Now you can see how and why the Group has good cash flow. As i see it sport is going to red hot at the moment and indeed the next few years...
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Old Mar 25, 2006, 9:17am   #2
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Day-to-day started this thread I list more background details.

Preliminary Results.
For the year ended 30 November 2005.

Strong improvement in profits and margins.

Profit before tax and good will improves to £451k (£10k).
Margin before tax and goodwill improves from 2% to 7%.
Turnover increases 13% to £6.2m (£5.5m).
69% of Group revenue from renewable subscriptions.
Strong balance sheet maintained.
Acquisitions of Fieldwork Online Training in June and Teaching Expertise magazine in Decemer 2005 continue to build education portfolio.
Acquisition of SportBusiness Group in December 2005 signifcantly strengthens sports publishing division and expands customer base and products.
Current year started well, with trading in line with Board's expectations.

At the close of the London Stock Exchange on Friday the shares closed at 9.5p with an upward trend.
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Old Mar 27, 2006, 8:58am   #3
 
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The group specialise in sports science, health, education and funding publishing. it currently produces a number of titles - the sports science newsletter Peak Performance, Sports Injury Bulletin, Wormen's Health Research and nine education management newsletters under the Optimus brand.

Now you can see how and why the Group has good cash flow. . . .
Er, No.
Care to expand on this reasoning?

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At the close of the London Stock Exchange on Friday the shares closed at 9.5p with an upward trend.
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Er, 9.75p on 13 Aug 2003, 4.5p on 20 Dec 2004, 9.45p on 9 Mar 2005, and your definition of an uptrend is what exactly?
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Old Mar 31, 2006, 8:04am   #4
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Day-to-day started this thread A Dashing blade. As I see it the answer to your first question. Electric Word, The strength and strategy has been to build a database of customers and create a range of specialist information products to meet their needs, the strength and quality of the business is illustrated by the fact that in 2005 69% of revenue came from renewable subscriptions.

Number 2. At the end of a days trading, the market makers take a view on the red bid trading or blue offer trading. More offer trading will give an up-trend, more bid trading is profit-taking P.T. down trend. The trend is on the days trading not past price.

I trust that you will have a good days trading.
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Old Apr 7, 2006, 12:32pm   #5
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Day-to-day started this thread I have noted that Stewart Newton has made an offer for 600,000 extra shares. Mr. Newton's total holding stands at 19,470.000 ordinar shares, with a total percentage holding of 17.1%.

The shares were trading at last night close at 9p, Which to my mind is a low price.
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Old Apr 13, 2006, 11:06am   #6
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Day-to-day started this thread The share price has been drifing down for some days now, however as I write I note that the share price stands at 8.25p and that the market makers show an up trend.

I bought in at 8.15p has anyone bought shares in the company? or got any news flow for others to view?
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Old Apr 26, 2006, 10:35am   #7
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Day-to-day started this thread Well its taken time but I have now noted that at the close of business last night that the share price had traded back up to 8.38p. showing an up-trend.

The Chairmans report letter is indeed very upbeat for the next trading year.

Any one out there who have taken up shares in (ELE)?
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