Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Arcontech Group LSE:ARC London Ordinary Share GB00BDBBJZ03 ORD GBP0.125
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00p -1.72% 57.00p 55.00p 59.00p 58.00p 57.00p 58.00p 7,750.00 09:03:51
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 2.1 0.4 0.0 1,900.0 7.06

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27/3/2017
09:20
Arcontech Daily Update: Arcontech Group is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ARC. The last closing price for Arcontech was 58p.
Arcontech Group has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
The 1 year high share price is - while the 1 year low share price is currently -.
There are currently 12,391,090 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Arcontech Group is £7,062,921.30.
21/3/2017
21:00
multibagger: New share price highs + above average volume = bullish/uptrend. Good time to average upwards !
21/3/2017
08:24
multibagger: Fully agree isa2020 - welcome on board, haven't see you here before :) Volumes have usually been very low and liquidity poor so any buying interest moves the share price quickly. However, the share price action yesterday and today (so far), seems to be unusual...just my gut feeling, as I have been in ARC for over 3 years now.It is a steady and solid performer. Good luck all !
20/3/2017
19:03
multibagger: Today's new share price high strongly supported by volumes is all the more interesting in the context of good share price gains over the current financial year. As it is not far off the financial year end, one would anticipate some selling pressure as investors would want to sell and lock in capitals gains to the extent of the CGT limit. Paradoxically, we have gone up ! ARC is not a leaky company so I find this intriguing. There was also a single 25000 shares transaction, which in ARC terms is unusual. So won't rule out some Director/PMDR buying and a RNS to follow. All said and done, good to see quite a strong breakout from the recent trading range. Good luck all :)
20/3/2017
12:57
multibagger: Great to see another new share price high on relatively small volumes. Low liquidity stock and still very undervalued IMHO - I would say that wouldn't I ; Good luck all ! More to come !!
07/12/2016
11:36
cbootle: Thanks Oilbuy! I guess this is an unusual share, hence flying under the radar for so long, and when there's no RNS or other news for long periods, the share price slips. As we know, the fundamentals are great. Their customers are primarily large financial institutions, who tread very carefully and slowly, with full due diligence. It takes months, if not a year or so, for prospects to become contracts. As we've seen, new contracts go straight to the bottom line as profit, as the company is self-sufficient on RALFs (recurring annual licence fees). The flip-side of the long lead-times for new business is that clients take a similarly long time to end contracts, and as Arcontech products are excellent and cost-effective, that's a rarity. The long-lead times also make commission-based sales people wary, and it's hard to find sales people with the right experience and knowledge anyway. Clients in this market prefer to speak directly with senior level developers and directors. Arcontech's being elected as a member of the Steering Committee for Open-MAMA is excellent news for raising visibility. At some point the market will notice, and see the value of the company, e.g. on dividends or next results. All IMO of course.
22/10/2016
19:55
cbootle: This is very interesting news, with a familiar name popping up: hxxp://www.openmama.org/news/openmama-enlists-miller-promotion-campaign Yep, that's Andrew Miller, previous CEO of Arcontech. The major platforms were originally entirely proprietary, naturally enough. Arcontech wrote handlers for these systems, allowing market and news data to be moved into its own system and contributed out again, hence the "multi-vendor contribution system". It's also proprietary. Open MAMA is non-proprietary, and so enables those who implement it to talk to each other. That means a financial institutions can mix and match from a number of vendors, and switch if needed - removing the threat of being "locked in". As Arcontech has a wealth of technologies, this really opens the door to them. It's one of those win-win situations. Of course, it does also mean that a financial institution could switch out Arcontech and replace with one of the competitors. That's the nature of competition, but Arcontech have a long-established reputation and breadth of solutions they can provide; they will quickly be seen as a major player for MAMA. Note Arcontech joins the Steering Committee along with one of its clients, J P Morgan (hxxp://www.arcontech.com/client-engagements) And here's Andrew Miller again, representing Tick42, also on MAMA: hxxp://www.waterstechnology.com/inside-market-data/news/2418871/tick42-eyes-social-media-data-integration-with-glue-for-hmtl but now's he's promoting Open MAMA though his own company, NetEffect. hxxp://www.waterstechnology.com/inside-market-data/news/2473459/openmama-enlists-miller-for-adoption-drive It's a small world, all linked up! As for the share price, a dip means time to me to top-up!
09/8/2016
20:21
multibagger: Hi Taffy100...not Arcontech (ARC) I'm afraid....however, We have done about a 100% gain in share price over the last 1 year We are at 5 year share price high by a very comfortable margin We are flirting with new share price highs over the last few weeks Volumes are not bad either and we are moving up on small trade volumes ...if we have a decent set of numbers and a prospect of a dividend, we could be in the 0.45p range in no time given we are historically a very illiquid and tightly held company. Not long to wait for results I would think - Janeann thinks tomorrow could be the day :) Good luck all !
29/5/2016
10:26
cbootle: When I worked at Arc, we went through the reverse takeover of KTS, and we (staff) were given options at 1p (the share price at the time) - that would have been September 2007. The share price kept sliding to a bottom of 0.07p (December 2012) and have been rising since then. A few years before the takeover, say 2004, KTS shares were trading at 12p. Pretty meaningless comparison though, but IMO it's a better business now. IIRC, KTS were haemorrhaging money due to expensive server running costs and the first thing ARC did was to sell-off the loss making business and develop the synergistic technologies. Looks like the market didn't appreciate it much though. Getting new business is key and they've always struggled with very long lead times. Fortunately it's rare for them to lose customers and RALF (recurring annual license fees) cover costs so they are financially stable. If they pick up another major customer or two, the share price should fly. Whether directors had the same options I have no idea.
18/3/2014
23:11
skier100: The prior ARC CEO left in a cloud in H2 2013 and is now clearing the deck in H1 2014. Not a huge surprise. Once he's done with selling, the ARC share price is likely to be at an attractive level for top-ups or new entrants. Important to remember that current *ARC directors bought a beefy 5% of the entire ARC company just a few weeks ago*. Noone does that on a whim. There is more to come here.
17/2/2014
08:04
share_shark: Good morning guys and gals. Joined you this am and glad to be here. :-) Courtesy of a poster on LSE......Skier100. I liked this comment skier and have been watching the stock and directors buys. ARC SummarySun 23:20* ARC directors bought a combined huge 5% of all ARC shares during Dec 2013... right before the closed period before the halfyear results on Feb 25 2014... * The ARC share price is up +193% in the past 11 months. It has good momentum and the share price chart is starting to "bowl" upwards... * Revenues are on track to top £2m, cash on-hand is a healthy £1m, and profitability is improving... * ARC makes software for big banks, bookmakers and governments in the UK and worldwide...
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