Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Amino Technologies LSE:AMO London Ordinary Share GB00B013SN63 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 153.50p 152.00p 155.00p 153.50p 153.50p 153.50p 73,543 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 41.7 0.3 0.6 251.6 108.30

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Amino Technologies Daily Update: Amino Technologies is listed in the Technology Hardware & Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AMO. The last closing price for Amino Technologies was 153.50p.
Amino Technologies has a 4 week average price of 144.90p and a 12 week average price of 144.18p.
The 1 year high share price is 157p while the 1 year low share price is currently 99.50p.
There are currently 70,552,326 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 133,216 shares. The market capitalisation of Amino Technologies is £108,297,820.41.
sharw: Looks like a shortage of sellers - last 4 trades at 113, 114, 114.9 and 115p. ST's fair value of 155 could prove modest - the share price was above that before the warning on sales execution and the following from yesterday's statement suggests the problem has been resolved: "Amino's new differentiated portfolio, encompassing the twin growth drivers of hybrid TV and cloud services, is now being driven by a unified and expanded sales team with encouraging early market traction and improved pipeline visibility". So that's well done to Steve McKay - from the December trading statement: "Amino has restructured its sales team to address the problems in execution experienced in the second half of 2015. The new integrated sales organisation across the Amino and Entone businesses will be led by Steve McKay, who led Entone's international expansion and successfully secured a number of Tier 2 customers, including Cincinnati Bell, in his former role as CEO of Entone Inc."
tromso1: Http:// ST rates a buy and says - "my 155p calculation of fair value implies 50 per cent share price upside."
imranawan: Yep - yield just over 5% at the current share price. Should provide some support at around these levels.
varies: the 5% rise in the share price seems modest, considering how far it has fallen in the last 12 months
lignum: Standalone revenues down 10m+, FD leaving without explanation, share price stable?
davr0s: On the basis that most tech shares reporting anything are having their share price trashed at the moment I'll take this report. Nice 5.5% divi on way too and muted reaction so happy to hold (am more chilled than some as bought after last years drop)
mg1982: Martin from PrivatePunter fame said this: Regular visitors to this site will be aware of my long standing interest in AMINO TECHNOLOGIES, which I have covered here on a number of occasions along with going along to visit the Swavesey HQ. Although there is never a good time to deliver bad news to the market, I guess Amino’s downbeat Trading update today has left a sour taste in the mouth for holders, given the relative close proximity to previously announced positive Interim results back in the summer. That had seen the company expressing confidence in meeting market expectations for its full year. While Amino is not alone in announcing such news and there is nothing new in such things of course, private investors nevertheless gave a big thumbs down to the fact that full year profit will now be lower than expectations, due to a fall in revenues from its core business. While clearly unwelcome, a fall of close to 30% to £1.10p per share looks a touch overdone to me, particularly with the dividend seemingly intact and now once more presenting a chunky yield In my last comment on the company I stated. (AMINO TECHNOLOGIES has also been a great story as previously mentioned here and although on the face of things the current £1.65p share price now looks up with events, delve a little deeper and taking a medium term view, I am perhaps not alone in hoping for further upside from the company which is successfully expanding its product and range.) To that end, I remain of the view that the medium to longer term story may still present such upside, potenatial, particularly from these revised levels. The recent acquisitions are, according to the update performing well, which although given their relative limited contribution will not offset a fall in revenue from its established arm, should assist going forward. While a lack of visibility and lumpy orders have often been part and parcel of the Amino business, someone has clearly taken their eye off the ball in this instance, resulting in today’s news. The board states that it is addressing issues, which I presume will no doubt see some head rolling, if my reading between the lines of the following comments are correct. “The company has identified that its sales execution efforts in the second half have not been satisfactory”. In terms of full year numbers, pre-tax profits of £4.3m are now expected against a previous estimate of £5,7m while there should be a small net cash, or breakeven position on the balance sheet. While the previously hefty cash cushion has gone, through the acquisitions that were made, I am still of the opinion that in terms of the longer term picture it will prove to be the correct strategy. Amino has been through similar, if not quite as bad situations before and bounced back, defying critics who cited it as being ex-growth. Part of its new path is one of diversification, which given the changing and competitiveness of its market must surely be essential to secure an ongoing growth in revenue, profits and dividends and hopefully it will transpire that this proves merely to be a short term step backwards. Further ahead, revised forecasts are now anticipating pre-tax profits of £7.8m for next year, with EPS of 8.8p and an improving net cash position of £2.5m. That would imply a forward PER of just over 12, backed up by a yield of 5%, which on such measures looks to offer decent value. While the news today has clearly been enough for some, I won’t be writing Amino off on the back of this and it should be interesting to see if there is any change or movement regarding some of the major institutions on board.
masurenguy: RCT2, I originally invested here primarily for the yield and I think that this mornings reaction could be rather overdone. The price seems to have stabilised just above the 111p low so I decided to add a few this morning. I note that my Buy was shown as a Sell. "Meanwhile, today’s profit warning from Amino Technologies (LSE: AMO) has caused its share price to sink by around 27%. That’s because the in-home digital entertainment solutions provider now expects to report a second-half shortfall in revenue versus expectations, which means that pretax profit is likely to be below market forecasts. The company has identified that its sales execution efforts have been unsatisfactory and, as such, it has implemented targeted actions across its business. And, with the revenue and cost synergies associated with its recent M&A activity being ahead of schedule, Amino Technologies’ performance over the medium term could realistically pick up. Therefore, while in the short run its shares may come under further pressure, its 4.8% yield has appeal and could prove to be the catalyst to push its shares 20% higher in 2016 and beyond."
a1pappadingdong: I think there is a bit more what drives a share price than that. But thanks for your input
speedsgh: AMO share price has been put back to sleep recently after a hectic autumn. Hopefully wake up in time for results next Mon.
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