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 -9.41% 130.00p 128.00p 132.00p 143.50p 129.50p 143.50p 146,421 16:22:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 2.6 -4.7 -6.8 - 84.74

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03/4/201716:03UKREGBango PLC Director/PDMR Shareholding
03/4/201708:00UKREGBango PLC Total Voting Rights
21/3/201715:00UKREGBango PLC Grant of Options
14/3/201711:20ALNCBango Books Full-Year Loss But Welcomes Steep Rise In User Spend
14/3/201707:39ALNCFAlliance News Flash Headline
14/3/201707:00UKREGBango PLC Final Results
06/3/201709:44UKREGBango PLC Total Voting Rights
03/3/201709:00UKREGBango PLC Block Listing 6 Monthly Return
02/2/201712:27UKREGBango PLC Holding(s) in Company
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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 143.50p.
Bango Plc has a 4 week average price of 128.50p and a 12 week average price of 93.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 163p while the 1 year low share price is currently 40p.
There are currently 65,184,212 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 53,461 shares. The market capitalisation of Bango Plc is £84,739,475.60.
simonsaid1: If you're just using charts then no wonder you came to such a strange conclusion. Read some analysis of the company itself (Investors Chronicle, Proactive Investors etc). Technical analysis/chartism is always sketchy, but with AIM stocks it's truly utterly useless. Also, if you're using data to make observations, you should have seen the small free float/share pool for this stock which means small imbalances in trades can cause large share price changes when expressed in % terms. Apologies for any impoliteness, but we get this a lot on AIM boards - technical analysis junkies who know nothing about the companies they talk about making 'predictions' that betray a total lack of knowledge on the company on which the investor is speculating. They cause unwarranted panic for no more reason than they've 'identified a double-cross retracing Tesla curve pattern with a double twist entering its third trimester double-spike regression' etc etc.
j777j: First the share price has to regain the 250p odd it reached on the Facebook announcement several years ago.
simonsaid1: Well if the share price keeps up this momentum, a buyout becomes less and less attractive. I'm sure Bango are conscious of the need to keep the good news flowing to keep the stock price up and ward off buyouts. The danger is a copycat product from an existing major player, but that's always been a risk and Bango have simply outflanked them by being agile, easy to integrate and low cost. I don't ramp my shares as hype growth never lasts and I'm an investor, not a trader. But as long as the share price keeps ticking up, buyout becomes unlikely, or will happen at such a high price that we'll all be happy (though I'd likely sell, as I've invested in the current management style as much as the product).
smallcapinvestor1: Company results meetings going well I assume judging by the share price today.
haozhen: I think about smallcapinvestor note on chairman that he is right to note it. That chairperson is very cautious and like accountant type guy - so when he writes optimism and rose future we know it might be quite nice !!! I think Bango do very nicely now - and lot of cash to make sure no more raising / dilushion.. Now share price need to reflect.
simonsaid1: Simon Thompson posted yesterday in the comment section under his most recent column in the IC: 'Regards Bango, the share price is volatile and had rallied from 86p to 120p in the two weeks after my article was published. Perhaps investors were expecting more from the Strategy day, so decided to bank these hefty short term gains. It doesn't in anyway negate the fact that this is a fast growing company with potential to move into profitability and deliver large share price gains in my opinion. I am happy with my previous analysis, and maintain my buy advice.'
amt: Extraordinary share price movement. Probably go to 60p for no reason unless they are making another acquisition. Daft
amt: Eus ahead of my expectation on those forecasts. Margins a touch lower. So breakeven half way 2018. No need for cash due to strong balance sheet but might perhaps raise say 2 million in 2018 to give a cushion. Looks like if it does become a multi billion end user spend we will have to settle fot say 1% margin. Share price will go to where investors think eus will go to in the future so difficult to call. Problem is if sell out may miss out on big future gains
smallcapinvestor1: This is a major new product launch for bango and completely worthy of an RNS. We want newsflow and the company has obliged.Bango boost version one was I think a fairly rudimentary system which alerted stores and merchants when and why transactions were failing. For instance when a users transaction limit was below the cost of the most popular items in the most popular game. The MNO could raise the limit to allow the customer to buy the particular item.This version adds more market wide analysis and benchmarking so as they have stated it will increase end user spend even more.The comment above about revenue falling as a percentage of eus is incorrect. The revenue mix is currently shifting with platform fees falling and being replaced by eus revenue. Platform fees have now almost gone and therefore this shift is almost over. The only important metric is eus margin which at 1.8% is very high and holding steady for now.We should all expect over time this will come down.The share price has been strong because the clever institutions have been increasing their holdings because they recognise that a tiny British but global leading fintech with a dominant platform that connects the biggest tech companies in the world with hundreds of millions of end users had the potential to make them multiples of their money.Enormous barriers to entry and operating in a segment that is showing exponential growth.Can anyone on this board see the age of the app coming to an end? Or is it more obvious that increasingly our lives are becoming more and more integrated with the apps we use and rely on for more and more of our daily lives. Think about all the mundane jobs you used to do that you now use apps for.Think about amazon echo and the smart home and smart car going forward. Everything will be connected and and apps will be at the centre of it all.We will be living our lives with apps and there is a very strong chance that bango will be the company processing the Payments for a large number of us around the world.The investor day on Monday is another reason for the strong share price as it will be the moment that bango will explain to us how they intend to open up the platform to other payment mediums. PayPal, credit cards etc.
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
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