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Artisan (UK) LSE:ART London Ordinary Share GB00B1L63P90 ORD 20P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 3.50p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 06:40:25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 7.4 -2.7 -19.7 - 0.47

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gussher: Whats up .. ? ... share price spiked up to 40c today at approx 2.30pm.. then quickly dropped back down to square one 32c. Todays trading volume was 343k shares, as opposed to a 3-month daily average of 84k What's up .... ? Anyone got any sniff of what's going on behind the curtains ?
gussher: Big boost in Trading volume today - and share price is up 10% .... ... is this lift-off ? Gussher
gussher: Yes roily, I browse the tweets ... but not surprisingly, 99 per cent of them are promoting and painting a comfy, pink & fluffy image of ARHT & the Humagram toy ... Ad nauseum, I still sit on the fence until I see some solid news about the product Patent status / whether the development process is near completion, or is it still in its infancy ? ... or, assuming it is all ready for take-off ..when will we see some initial marketing results and/or monetisation ? OK ... I may be impatient .. but Big-Shot 'advisors' and happy company tweets don't quite make me twitter enough to gamble a few £'s .... though it will be very interesting to see how this adventure plays out... The share price settling & hovering between 47-49 cents this last month or 2 suggests not a lot is happening ... ... hope I don't miss out when/if lift-off occurs LoL G
gussher: roily & panagos First .. very valid question roily ... what exactly is a "Board of Advisors " ? .... Are they merely a collection of upfront established celebrities/household names in the public eye, who go in front of a microphone or a TV camera and gush "honey & sugar " words about what a great new High-Tech discovery/ enterprise the AHRT company has in its grasp ? OR ... are the "Advisors" in any way seriously financially committed via share holdings or contracts to the company .. eg contracted to actively apply their contacts & expertise & celebrity towards a profitable outcome for the AHRT cpmpany ? Are they major shareholders ? Or merely " Big-Faces " What are their salaries/fees/bonus/structures ..? Do they "own", or have any percentage share holdings in the control and running of the company ? I'm still watching this one develop .. but with a share price hovering between 45-50cents, despite all the Big-Hype ..and all the big-shots allegedly on board ...I would have thought this share would start showing some more excitement / upward activity ... ...I can't see how or why any much more techno development time is needed - AHRT have already invented "Vincent" and the platform for the 'Humagram' technology .. how much more development is needed before it goes to market ? ... I would have thought the invention is already done .... all that's needed now is the global advertising and marketing ...quickly followed by a Tsunami of multi-million customers and a sudden overwhelming influx of £billions /or $billions ) ... I always was a dreamer .. LoL ... but my same old question -- has there been any Patent applications filed or registered ? Gussher
gussher: Hi Roily .. and now we got some Rosens on board .. all sounds very Kossher ..that alone makes me pause a bit ... and the share price when I first checked in a coupla weeks back hit 55cents ..... now its at 41cents, despite all the good vibes being shown on this forum. So far, all the vibes are sound .. pity about the share-price trend .. or is this a good time to buy in ? ..... hmmm ...for me, it still all depends on the Patents pending - and whether even they will be strong enough to block out the heavyweights ie (Google, Amazon, Japan, USA, and a multitude of Hi-tech Geeks around the globe ..) Still watching the share price & the volume.. a drop from 55cents-41cents in a coupla weeks is not too encouraging, but maybe its early days yet ... LoL GJ
roily: hTTp:// ARHT Media’s (CVE:ART) share price has more than tripled in the last three months as investors are becoming increasingly excited by the company’s human holograms, or HumaGrams, which have the potential to turn the concept of proximity marketing on its head and revolutionize the retail industry as we know it. The idea is so intriguing that, even at this early stage, it has attracted the famous Paul Anka, media titan Larry King, actor Jason Bateman and real estate developer Richard D. “Skip” Bronson to its advisory board, assuring key contacts are formed from the get-go. The company’s HumaGrams are based on its Augmented Reality Holographic Technology (ARHT) platform, which is a scalable, repeatable and transportable form of 3D without the use of special glasses. The unique engine makes it possible for humans to interact with the HumaGram, opening up a wide range of applications – from concerts to retail stores and tradeshows. The origins of ARHT Media date back to 2012, when Coachella surprised the world with the resurrection of West Coast rap legend Tupac Shakur. On the heels of this show, ARHT chairman Rene Bharti got the wheels of the company in motion, and phoned up longtime friend Paul Anka to try and find a way to resurrect Frank Sinatra and the Rat Pack. After a fairly fulsome demo in California at the end of 2012, Bharti and Anka agreed that the technology had yet to mature. In early 2013, they met current chief executive officer Paul Duffy, who had developed a form of multi-plane visualization, or simply 3D without glasses, and the rest, as we say, is history. “We set about testing the technology with a version of Frank Sinatra and Paul Anka at the end of 2013, and then set about building the business,” says Duffy. “We perfected the technology such that it uses two planes to visualize, with a holographic frame on the front and a rear plane at the back,” he explains. The 3D technology is not only cost effective but also highly scalable, says the chief executive, and can work on TV, in a window display format, or at large, arena-type events – a concept that makes the technology unique and unlike the Tupac hologram. After having spent months developing the platform, ARHT is now looking to validate the technology with early adopters. The interest has been significant so far, with the company realizing it can tie up its platform with the idea of proximity marketing and e-commerce. “The power of celebrity should never be underestimated. We can create celebrity holograms and place them in window displays and other high traffic destinations, drawing customers in to a region of proximity and offering them a value proposition,” says Duffy. Once the potential here was realized, the company began to consolidate a package into the ARHT engine, which works with an Android operating system, giving ARHT Media the opportunity to not only display HumaGrams in the form of 3D, but also add gesture controls, motion detection, analytics and e-commerce features. Now, retailers can track how humans interact with the holograms and how they behave, so ARHT can customize and curate appropriate messages. “We quickly realized applicable markets could go well beyond just entertainment,” says ARHT’s chief, who referred to several potential uses including retail, the digital signage market, conferences, advertising agencies, sporting events, self-service kiosks and more. The company will continue to test and validate its platform over the next two quarters, aiming to generate some $2.35 million in revenues next year. It has projections to increase this figure by more than four times in its second year. The aggressive growth trajectory outlined for proximity marketing over the next five years suggests ARHT’s technology has nowhere to go but up. According to stats from eMarkter, US consumers spent $1.59 billion using their smartphone at a physical point of purchase in 2013, and spent $3.5 billion in 2014. This figure is projected to grow to $118.1 billion by 2018, meaning 1 in 4 US smartphone users will make a proximity payment in just four years from now. With HumaGrams, the human hologram would act as a medium between the consumer and the retailer, delivering what Duffy calls a “dynamically created message on a particular product tilted towards the viewer’s level of interest”, then offering up the ability to buy the product right there on the spot through a QR code, an SMS text or side load of a coupon to the retailer’s mobile app on a smartphone. The HumaGram’s features would of course be left up to the discretion of the retailer, which could choose to give it the ability to ring in purchases via QR codes, or obtain information pertinent to the product, or both. “We want to embed ourselves into this food chain, and license our technology stack to a number of partners,” says Duffy. Company revenues would be generated through the licensing of the technology, as well as through goods and services sold through the HumaGrams, with ARHT taking a small portion of any transaction. It also would charge one-time service fees for set up and the creation of content. Duffy points out that the HumaGrams can be rolled right in on wheels, plugged in and then turned on. “It’s an easy delivery and set up, and the tear down is simple. You just unpack it and ship it back. Retailers can design point of sale and window displays quickly and cost effectively.” The technology is not stereoscopic 3D, or the kind of 3D one encounters in a movie theatre, in the sense that the ARHT engine brings together two planes of visualization, such that a HumaGram can be placed inside any imaginable “moment in time.” “We drop people into this moment in time, letting them escape into the storyline. All the while, our Proximity Technology can determine in real time multiple viewers’ levels of interest and dynamically curate the most appropriate segments of the story to display,” says the company’s CEO, who describes the human holograms as quite “fantastic-looking” in an environment where lighting can be totally controlled. Perhaps most interesting is the seamless way HumaGrams can work with smartphones, which can be detected by the human holograms through proximity sensors. If a retailer’s app is on a smartphone, communication can be pushed from the ARHT engine via the HumaGram to the app on the said smartphone. This means that instead of buying on the spot, a particular offer can be redeemed later. At the moment though, the key interest for retailers seems to be the ability for HumaGrams to inform customers about what’s available in the store. “We’re active in the market right now with early adopters, and we’re confident that in Q4, a number of opportunities will be firm, with deliveries expected in Q1,” asserts Duffy, who says the company will be hitting a number of different marketing channels full on next year. The company, whose product development team and day-to-day operations are based in Toronto, doesn’t have any qualms about building its business given its big name supporters. Earlier this month, ARHT announced it appointed co-founder Paul Anka as executive chairman of its advisory board, and iconic TV and radio host Larry King as a board advisor. This was followed by the prestigious appointments of famous actor Jason Bateman and 40-year real estate veteran Richard D. “Skip” Bronson as advisory board members. “We’re still in early days, so having relationships like these is critical,” explains Duffy. “They have opened doors as we continue to validate the technology. It has taken on all manners of benefits for us. All tech companies need visibility like this.” The company is being prudent with its cash right now, but the CEO says ARHT is currently in a good position, and has plans to open up a studio in Hollywood shortly that will act as one part demonstration station and one part experience center. With all the fast progress so far, it seems consumers can expect HumaGrams to pop up at their favourite retail display windows in just a few short months.
panagos: The only single thing that conforts me a bit is the fact that stan barhti participated in the share issue of vst at 5c if i remember correctly for a considerable amount of money. So in order for Mr Barthti to get back at least that part of his investment ART price should climb to $2.50. Id be over the moon if i could sell at that price.
shawzie: 626dsmith "Aspen Finance Limited, the company which holds my (Michael Stevens) interest in shares in Artisan, has now acquired nearly 70% of the issued share capital of Artisan, and now that this level of holding has been achieved we should be able to be more responsive to opportunities in the future." Heard it all before and never in general shareholders interest. Only another 5% required to enable Stevens to delist ART. An anticipated loss for the current six month period could send the share price down to 25p or lower and allow Stevens to issue more shares to himself, as he has done in the past, so taking his holding above the 75% level. It appears that Stevens patiently still seeks to aquire ART assets on the cheap, but whether he will achieve that goal before the Grim Reaper calls, who can say. Softly softly catchee monkey.
shawzie: Fall in ART share price in line with sector - no worse than Taylor Wimpey or Barratt.
loganair: I am really fed up with ART, a share that has gone nowhere for ever such a long time. ART has made a profit over the past two years while the share price has remained static. I'm still in the firm opinion if ART paid a small dividend the share price would begin to rise, one example the turn around case of Cookson which has started paying a 1.5% Dividend has risen from around £3.50 to over £6.00 in around 1 year an equivalent of ART share price rising from 3.5p to 6p. As share holders, most hold for either a dividend and/or for the share price to rise, ART is negative in both cases. The directors are obliged to do something to help us share holders. I am not looking forward to another year of the same, NO Dividend with the share price remaining in the 3p to 4p range. While nothing is happening with ART and NO Dividend, there is no reason for any new investors to come onboard and therefore the share price to rise.
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