Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Asite Plc LSE:ASE London Ordinary Share GB0009603316 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.75p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Unknown - - - - 0.77

Asite Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/12/2009
16:13
ASE the ultimate protection for the US citizen, in troubled times. *Hyperinflation -> thesilver intrinsic value will rise, protecting purchasing power. *[Hyper]Deflation -> ASE has a face value of $1 dollar and is lawful legal tender. Imagine buying a weeks worth of groceries with $1 when money is scarce and cash is king? *Abandonment of the dollar completely. ASE will still be worth the silver content and so is outside the fiat $ mechanism.
notanewmember2
29/11/2009
22:13
This is what one looks like And what a box of 500 looks like
notanewmember2
17/4/2009
17:32
Yeah, hopefully re-list some day at 100p or so. If not dividends should more or less make up for it. Can't believe there is any reason for selling at these levels!!!!
whe4to
09/4/2009
06:49
Yesterday saw biggest volume i,ve ever seen on Asite. Small holders selling out at ridiculous prices, then being mopped up by myself and possible family and friends of Asite workers. Got some at half a pee! that's just plain silly..lol FLC and others...keep the faith!
inv3stwise
08/4/2009
17:28
I've had a bad 18 months my friend. Chin up ;-) Asite top of the leader board I've been waiting eight years for that!!!!!!!
inv3stwise
08/4/2009
06:46
Yes inv. just having a particularly poor day yesterday. Sorry!
flc
07/4/2009
17:54
FLC, why do you say that. Share consolidation, you still hold your shares in the company; just can't be traded as easily (then again, they never were traded). Asite are setting up a trading link from their website. Not the ideal situation, but I don't believe anything untoward.
inv3stwise
07/4/2009
15:05
Gone forever. Another 'classy' stock bites the dust. R.I.P. :-(
flc
05/4/2009
12:06
Can someone explain what is going on? In simple English what are my shares worth and is this another cop out and a major financial loss for shareholders.
havenpoint
27/3/2009
15:24
Probably makes sense in the current climate. No real benefit for them being on AIM and another way to trim costs even further. Anyone know what happens in terms of trading the shares once they are delisted?
flc
27/3/2009
13:11
mmmmmmm...not sure wot to make of it! Can anyone read between the jargon? I must admit I thought Asite were going to post their first profit this June, seems a starnge time to do this, so close to June. I'm staying!
inv3stwise
27/3/2009
10:40
Strange that MMs haven't trashed the price on that news. At this rate there won't be many companies left on AIM.... Rgds dell
dell314
27/3/2009
10:11
They are delisting.
guru
03/3/2009
09:55
Flc, GT, just spoke to Tony Ryan; sounds a really switched on, positive guy, I believe we are in good hands here. Obviously could not go into anything market sensitive or in great detail but believes we have the best software on the market and we are tendering for lots of contracts! Stick with it! :-)
whe4to
03/3/2009
09:09
No, I'm still here. Frustrated and hanging on for dear life!
flc
02/3/2009
17:16
Ireland NDFA Choose Asite. Contract Award Notice 2nd March 2009 Ireland NDFA Choose Asite. Contract Award Notice "The National Development Finance Agency (NDFA) of Ireland has selected Asite's Software as a Service (SaaS) platform to provide a web-based collaboration system and services. This will facilitate the delivery of Public/Private Partnership (PPP) projects through the phases of concept, scope development, pre-qualification, tendering, negotiations, design, construction, commissioning and handover. Another contract win, but as above; how does this impact on the bottom line?? glta...well I think there is only me, GT and not forgetting FLC here, so good luck to us!
whe4to
18/2/2009
19:10
Good post GT, We just need to see this news impact on the bottom line... Surely in this downturn it will prove to be a good sales opportunity for Asite; to sell its solutions and to show they can be a serious collaboration and cost cutting tool, next results out around May if I'm not mistaken...
whe4to
18/2/2009
11:17
another blue chip client to add to the list http://www.asite.com/news_alstom_chooses_asite_feb09.shtml
goonertone
06/1/2009
18:26
Not sure FLC. Colin Goodall wasn't at the AGM and has a lot of other commitments so who knows. One hand rats leaving though the 5 main people are still there or slimming down costs Will have to wait and see I suppose. GT
goonertone
06/1/2009
17:11
Are these rats leaving a sinking ship?
flc
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