Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Asianlogic LSE:ALOG London Ordinary Share VGG4265J1030 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 24.50p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure - - - - 21.25

Asianlogic Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/5/2009
20:56
Hmm. out with a profit but certain investors are being stuffed here - esp given the cash levels in the company - worth hanging in as a private owner..
catandcrow
27/5/2009
06:27
PIs have been mugged here..
woracle
11/5/2009
21:29
The buyer today is increasing their holdings though right?
britishbear
11/5/2009
10:52
Someone is still accumulating stock. Hence the rebound I suspect. I still think these could double in quick time.
britishbear
06/5/2009
15:07
just waiting for the management to be taken out by an offer...
timanglin
01/4/2009
17:57
ANy chance of a return of capital for this - the latst RNS hint at it?
catandcrow
30/3/2009
14:59
They are classified as sellable assets for accounting standards..explained PTEC's Mar 08 finals. PTEC are not selling ALOG...
woracle
30/3/2009
12:40
BB, i'm no accountant, but i'm told that it's an art not a science... "During 2008 the Group reclassified the available for sale investments from current assets to non-current assets in accordance with management estimation that the Group will not sell the shares in the near future due to the low share price."
rambutan2
29/3/2009
19:34
It is a matter of semantics but clearly, if they were not for sale then they would be classified as such. Why are they classified as sellable assets and other holdings not?
britishbear
29/3/2009
00:17
BB, yes, i'd read them. It doesn't mean that they are up for sale. It's just a classification. And that's my reading of all the refs in the results notes. Although of course, they are available for sale if the management/board so choose. But that's not what the results specifically say. http://www.accaglobal.com/members/publications/accounting_business/CPD/2780406
rambutan2
27/3/2009
09:24
See for example. NOTE 14 - AVAILABLE FOR SALE INVESTMENTS There are other references to ALOG that need to be read carefully. Just search AsianLogic within the results file from PTEC.
britishbear
26/3/2009
08:35
BB, yes ive read them and cant find anything saying that.
rambutan2
26/3/2009
08:27
Rambutan - it is the playtech results I believe. See PTEC RNS
britishbear
25/3/2009
22:33
LDMachin - 4 Feb'09 - 23:05 - 26 of 29 Yeah pal - we know you're in GVC - about 180p wasn't it? Your 'friend' said so. Remember? I've taken a look at this. Don't fancy it.
21st century media company
25/3/2009
22:25
BritishBear, you posted somewhere (?) that playtech wanted to get out of alog (I think). What makes you think so?
rambutan2
13/3/2009
18:44
BB, do you think that first trade was the distressed seller finishing, as a strange number of shares. Noticed in the report on gaming that the company thought there was a seller.
royalalbert
04/2/2009
23:05
BritishBear, Cheers for the info pal. I'll keep this as a one to watch, looks interesting. Spreads a bit nasty, even if you can trade inside to bid and offer price, which is probably why this doesn't seem more action. For my sins, I also have a slice of LNG and GVC, it's a small world! ;-) All the best pal.
ldmachin
04/2/2009
16:58
only - the recent RNS is an interesting one. Please read this document and look at the ALOG section. http://www.gamingindustrymedia.com/docs/wp/IGNWP-081217.pdf This is why I have invested. The sharp fall today suggests a large seller remains who will sell into buying pressure until cleared out. Shhhhh though. Don't tell too many people yet.
britishbear
04/2/2009
13:07
Hi BB - Just had a quick look. The RNS of 24 Nov 2008 contained too much negative information to warrant immediate investment: http://www.asianlogic.com/rns_24Nov2008.html. That said, I'll keep my ear to the ground. Any idea when the prelims are out this year? They were out 11 April last year. Could be good, will look out for them. Another thing I fail to understand. In their financials, they had approx 7 million pre-tax profit last year, but nothing post-tax - any idea why? Could that just be a technical platform issue (my data is from Hargreaves Lansdown).
onlythebest2
04/2/2009
12:02
My impression is the shares are tight and only a little buying would make it fly. See today - small buy sends the bid up.
britishbear
04/2/2009
12:00
LD - the share buyback scheme is also worth looking at - they are buying back a lot of shares and more importantly they have a "distressed seller" which I am trying to take advantage of (in theory). I know you are good at doing your own researh so anything you find out would be most welcome but I think it is an undiscovered gem. The PKR link is one I particularly like at the moment. An Asian launch would be great. It is hard to see if getting cheaper (with buybacks) - famous last words I know but I am confident. PE 7 is still low historically are relative to some others.
britishbear
04/2/2009
11:53
LD, Your point is well made - my reason for investing is based on future growth in Asia. The PE only half the story. If they crack China (and they are in prime position) then the share price growth could be very large indeed. All about future expectations. I have GVC and LNG shares as well :-) - this is a nice addition to a portfolio IMO and will be paying a dividend that could also give a very nice return this year alone. All the numbers are here: http://www.asianlogic.com/
britishbear
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