Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Altitude LSE:ALT London Ordinary Share GB00B0LSFV82 ORD 0.4P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +2.25p +4.37% 53.75p 52.50p 55.00p 54.00p 51.50p 51.50p 197,551 11:18:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 4.5 -1.2 -2.9 - 22.98

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27/9/201618:37Altitude the only trade you'll need.260
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31/7/200914:33Action on iii B Board6
04/9/200612:08break-up at 50p at least138

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Altitude Daily Update: Altitude is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ALT. The last closing price for Altitude was 51.50p.
Altitude has a 4 week average price of 39.55p and a 12 week average price of 24.16p.
The 1 year high share price is 55.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 8p.
There are currently 42,749,865 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 518,250 shares. The market capitalisation of Altitude is £22,978,052.44.
sheep_herder: I wonder how long before we get dividends paid out that match today's share price. 4Imprint pay out 44c with figures of $536m/32m/22m (revenue/gross profit/net profit). Could ALT pay a 50p dividend with numbers of £32m/28m/25m?
ihatemms: The potential of this stock could be spectacular. There is a free float of only 25% of the stock - so only about 11 million shares with 75% held by directors and institutions. The strong hints are that there will be a lot more contracts with distributors signed in the next few months. The gorilla in the sector 4imprint - did sales of circa £382m but only profits b4 tax of circa £24m yet it is valued at over £450m - the PE is circa 25. Alt is valued at the moment at only £17m. 4imprint looks like to be carrying o lot of heavy cost as margins are quite small. Varley has removed all the cost from Alt and it likes a very lean operation with the potential for much higher margins especially given the way they are setting up contracts as a 50:50 gross profit cut. If this does profits of say £5m next year- pe of 12 value at £60m- share price £1.40 2018 profits say £10m pe of 15 - value of £150m- share price close to £4. It's easy to see why SCSW and directors are excited about the prospects for this stock. I certainly intend to buy more- b4 the masses arrive.
ggbarabajagal: Chairman speaks on Altitude gains 06 September 2016, 11:27 Altitude (ALT:AIM) chairman Peter Hallett attributes recent gains in the micro cap’s share price to the market cottoning on to the potential of two contract announcements in June and August. Shares in the business, valued at £20 million, have soared 116% in the past week even though no public announcements have been made to the stock exchange. Hallett pointed to two contract updates in June and August, as well as an online article published this week, as potential reasons for the share price gains. ALTITUDE GROUP - Comparison Line Chart (Rebased to first) In August, loss-making Altitude, which provides software-as-a-service products (SaaS) for small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs), signed a distribution deal with AI Mastermind (AIM). US-based AIM is a buying club for SMEs which claims to be able to offer bulk discounts on services like Sage accounting software. Under the terms of the deal, Altitude will provide AIM members with an e-commerce website and will receive a share of gross margin on orders processed through the platform. In July, Altitude signed a similar deal with Rochester, New York-headquartered Aprinta, which provides promotional materials to businesses like self-branded stationary, mugs and torches.
battlebus2: I'm getting a giggle from these posts as well as smiling st the rising share price.
hyperboreus: Actually it is mentioned in the Chairman's Statement under Trade Only Exhibitions and Publications: 'On 15 April 2016, following an increase in the Company's share price, the Group was obliged to disclose the existence of early stage discussions for the disposal of the Exhibitions and Publications business. The discussions are ongoing, and there is no guarantee at this stage that they will lead to a successful conclusion. If the transaction is agreed, the Directors expect that it would be classified as a fundamental change of business under the AIM Rules for Companies and require the prior approval of shareholders.'
hyperboreus: 12 trades in ALT in the last few days and share price creeping up to 16p, what is going on? Share price has risen from around 12p in October after Stephen Yapp dipped his toe in the water for the first time purchasing 170,000 @ 13p on 29 October. This one has been on a slow burner for some considerable time but I get the impression it may soon start to to heat up, however that could be my glass half-full ego coming to the fore incidentally :-)
battlebus2: Thanks playful, only a small buy so far but I did have to pay over for even that amount. With all areas performing ahead we should see an improvement in the share price hopefully to around the 20p mark, all IMHO of course.
malcatola: Share price is being ramped up nice and slow and Directors buying. Surely a suitor is being groomed or, in fact, has already been found? Interesting but vastly over-valued IMO!
aphrodites: Bearfoot The reason Newton is probably selling; if they are selling out, is because they have probably lost interest in a company which has promised much and failed to deliver any share value to them. I understand ALT visited Newton several years ago and gave lots of assurances which never materialized. There comes a time when one calls it a day and no better time to sell than when there are willing buyers around. In fact it is the only time a large seller can get rid of stock in any size. A MM knows exactly what is going on and will have been briefed by the large seller to place the stock. That 44p level I have pointed out time and time again sits over this share price like a dark cloud. Despite all the hot air on this thread and wishing the price higher it just will not go through this ceiling. More importantly take heed of "harrogates" advice where Genuone is concerned. Mark my words, there are some that do not like the tie-up at all. And ALT's management does not exactly have a good success record with the only business making money and worth mentioning being that of the US arm. And we all know how impatient US managers get when they are seen to be main profit earners. They will want a bigger slice of the cake. We will probably retreat below 40p to the low 30's again as it will be some time before ALT management prove they can get to terms with Genuone. There could even be a few nasty upsets along the way. I sold a few shares on the recent rise but would certainly not buy more.
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