Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bango Plc LSE:BGO London Ordinary Share GB00B0BRN552 ORD 20P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +13.50p +13.64% 112.50p 110.00p 115.00p 113.50p 99.00p 99.00p 259,581.00 11:58:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 3.2 -5.0 -9.1 - 73.29

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23/1/2017
08:20
Bango Plc Daily Update: Bango Plc is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BGO. The last closing price for Bango Plc was 99p.
Bango Plc has a 4 week average price of 81.29p and a 12 week average price of 76.59p.
The 1 year high share price is 115p while the 1 year low share price is currently 35.50p.
There are currently 65,145,198 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 140,736 shares. The market capitalisation of Bango Plc is £73,288,347.75.
03/1/2017
23:51
lentjes: Francis55 Whilst J777J forecast of GBP 2.00 per share is not unrealistic and to be honest with a tailwind could easily be surpassed a number of key issues would need to fall into place over the next 12 months for this to happen 1 EUS As mentioned in your post the 2016 final EUS needs in my opinion to far exceed the CEO forecast of 100% increase excluding the BilltoMobile EUS so we should be looking at an end December 2016 EUS above the GBP 200m and a total 2016 EUS of approaching GBP135-145m (past half way to profit based on margin 1.7%). Providing the above is achieved then you could say the CEO is true to his word and the profitability and much more will be in reach towards the end of 2017. 2 Margin Whilst the low cost operating model of Bango makes it hard for competitors to compete and helps with the land grab any further reduction will push the breakeven / profitability day further down the line and would lead to a further cash call and shareholder dilution. 3 Partners Whilst Bango have made progress with both Microsft and Google for me this is a bit too much eggs in one basket so it’s time that other relationships with the likes of Amazon & Samsung start bearing fruit. In relation to Amazon I do think 2017 will be the launch year of whatever they have been working on as they are losing too much ground on the likes of Microsoft, Google and now Apple and I also think the Amazon announcement will be big news for Bango. We also need to start seeing results from the MOU with DANAL during 2017. 4 Bango Platform Capacity Bango have for several years stated that the Bango platform has been tested up to one billion US$ and is scalable a little or no cost. Whilst I agree it’s pointless scaling up the platform prior to nearing the capacity (I think they have said they want 25% capacity being used on a regular bases before scaling up) if the predictions of growth and the new markets coming on line are to be believed the time must be now for the increased capacity to be proven and confirmed to the market and the Bango potential partners. 5 Other Payments Methods Whilst the business model for DCB is clear Bango have given limited information on the business model related to other payment methods although the company reports and website now refer to these in some cases more than DCB itself. Bango need to come clean on what the business model is in relation to other payment methods. Are they offering these for free hoping to pick up the DCB revenue ? I would also like to understand our arrangement with PayPal ? 6 Physical Goods This will be the icing on the cake when it happens so watch out for any announcement on this issue as sparks will fly In relation to the share price movement the Bango share price has been a rollercoaster for many years and games are being played for what ever reason and its not hard for the MMS to play these games with only a limited amount of shares in circulation. There is also the big IIs who hold most of the shares with an average buy in price to join the club at 85-95p per share and these guys will want to see a profit at some point. The risk I see is that we are in a very competitive market with low margins and rely on the likes of Google, Microsoft etc and also that we are up against some big payment companies who may not like the progress DCB is making so could try to take Bango out by whatever means. Hope this snap shot helps and good luck
03/1/2017
08:10
j777j: 2017 should be a pivotal year for bango and expect the share price to hit 200p at some stage.Has had a lengthy correction,so not a bad place to start accumulating.
24/10/2016
11:06
amt: Yes if this takes off it could be a multi multi winner and the risk doesnt seem that great so much cash on the balance sheet and little cash burn going forward. Perhaps there is another small acquisition on the way. The share price seems all over the place the last year so doesnt seem a reliable indicator of what is to come
30/9/2016
16:04
aleman: Lentjes - The shares have poked their head over the descending resistance line around 96p. This is potentially positive but not conclusive. If they can manage to trade above that for a whole day, it would normally suggets a strong rise to the next resistance point. The big channel resistance is 165p but there are a few minor ones to overcome on the way. If, however the shares ease and trade all day below 96p, it would suggest a fall back to play with the next support line, at around 75p. The chart does not predict ups or downs, but it suggests a "where to" if a certain pattern is followed. Breaking above the 96p, even if just part of the day's range, suggests a possible breakthrough to come and is a more positive sign than bouncing straight back down off it, as has happened the last 3 times, which makes one look down for next support. The fact it has held up and is trying to break though, rather than bouncing straight off, makes it more like early 2013 than the 3 later falls from that channel line. That is why I describe it as interesting. I don't trade on charts, though. I just find them an interesting extra tool after years of noticing that there does seem to be something in it. It overcame my scepticism. I still trade on fundamentals,though, although I sometimes let charts influence timing. I'm long so hope to see a rise. A chartist would just wait to see which way the share price breaks and then join in that direction. Drawing the lines in the right place would be crucial for him, although there are other factors that would influence his decision, like moving averages and volume analysis.
10/8/2016
07:10
amt: Keep the share price going up and Everybody loves Ramondo. Only started watching repeats recently and its the funniest sitcom I have ever watched. Even better than Dads Army and Fawlty Towers Blackadder. Very cleverly written
15/7/2016
08:08
j777j: Odey is a shrewd hedge fund manager,so nice to know he likes the company enough to build a very sizeable stake in it.Who do we think pushed the share price down?Could easily have been the same guys whilst at the same time building their stake.All skullduggery.Having said that,bgo does seem to finally on the verge of a breakthrough.
11/7/2016
09:24
smallcapinvestor1: I meant 10p added to the share price today but this wont happen as there is an ongoing large seller probably either schroders or inflection point or possibly both. Whoever it is has decided they want out but as soon as they are cleared the stock will head back up to the last placing price level. The company and their advisers should be working to find a new institutional buyer at these levels to clear the seller.
10/6/2016
08:02
smallcapinvestor1: I think this has bottomed and finally the worm has turned. Share price doesn't reflect recent news flow and shares all almost half the price of the fund raise last year. Global strategic platform now built connecting the world biggest and fastest growing companies to hundreds of millions of users and worth only £30m? Its bonkers. What an opportunity for those that can see it.
28/5/2016
07:33
amt: I suppose if they didn't think the share price was likely to go up they wouldn't have bought any shares. What would be the point otherwise
01/2/2016
10:53
fitton: What's happening here is very annoying for small investors but easy to explain.The management have realised they need to be one step ahead of the game against any potential competition.They have chosen to Cut the margin on the analytics side of the business to protect there market. This is a long term tactic making it very difficult for any potential Competitor to enter that side of the business.The share price is another matter.Today there are sales so far of 17k of shares knocking over £4m of the Value of the company.The market is fairly thin at the best of times in Bango shares so the market makers mark down until they find buyers. The largest proportion of the shares are held by institutions that are long term investors.Institutions that purchased recently at £1 will have been given a detailed long term projection.The company needs long term institutional investors not short term private investors.In the general Scheme of things nothing has changed apart from a a £200k adjustment.This adjustment has caused concern with Private investors and even though there has probably only Been sales of maybe 200k of shares,the share price has fallen by a disproportionate 35 per cent or so.Long term is the answer here.
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