Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Stilo Intl LSE:STL London Ordinary Share GB0009597484 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 6.25p 5.75p 6.75p 6.25p 6.25p 6.25p 1,977.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 1.5 0.3 0.3 22.3 7.11

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22/2/2017
17:59
Big release today Bakunin.A little delayed but Version 2 now ready for take up ! Http://www.stilo.com/authorbridge/ I am on the case.
mudbath
22/2/2017
11:59
mudbath Any idea what stage they're at with AuthgorBridge at the moment? Hopefully they'll be ready for the coming tech rally. Just look at SEV this morning. A sign of things to come. ZOO got everything in place at the moment as well.
bakunin
23/1/2017
11:00
Ok then. Assuming that SPARK are reporting things back to management at Stilo, I certainly do not think it would do any harm at all for management to be aware of the genuine matters discussed here. Maybe it will give them a more of a push to do what they are doing more better. "If you can read this SPARK can you please ask Les Burnham to award us a final dividend of 0.0006 or 0.0007p
stilolosses
23/1/2017
10:24
Well said clocktower.
mudbath
23/1/2017
09:47
Nothing so deep or egotistical clocktower,(please see my addendum above),purely the service contract terms. I have no opinion as to whether there are benefits to be gained. From attending various AGMs of small AIM companies I am aware that active monitoring of the BBs takes place.
mudbath
23/1/2017
09:35
Agreed mud. However, what are they gaining from following chit chat on these threads other that SL`s wisdom. Or are they the type that suffered from false vanity and try to bully others into not saying things about them that may need to be said? Are they the type that tell their lawyers to take action against comments that they feel are unfair because as some have pointed out,have destroyed the value of those that invested in the company when they floated - but some posters sadly praise these type of failings.
clocktower
23/1/2017
09:24
Good morning clocktower. They distil the content . Any BOD of a micro cap need to keep their eye on the ball. Coincidentally ,FITB,a company in which I held an interest until last Thursday,appointed SPARK as NOMAD a few days ago. Reliable poster KNIGELK had this to say yesterday, "Small shareholders may not have been banging on the door but we were moaning every day on the LSE thread and at least one poster sent a complaint on lack of news to investor relations.. one of the tasks for the new advisor is to monitor the BBs but we did not expect a RNS the following day!"
mudbath
23/1/2017
09:09
Does chit chat on these boards warrant any discussion in the boardroom? Are the directors not better to focus on the business than on BB`s.
clocktower
23/1/2017
09:01
I get the picture StiloLosses;you are a self appointed vigilante,crusading to protect vulnerable posters from any item that you deem as misinformation. The latest item to attract your steely gaze being my assertion that SPARK advisory,in their role of Nomad, read the BBs and report back to Stilo. This is however part of their undertaking to STL and an indisputable fact.
mudbath
22/1/2017
23:15
RESPECTFULLY TIGER!!!! COME ON NOW! RESPECTFULLY!!! Mud I am absolutely, categorically certain that my substantial profits with Stilo will continue to grow handsomely. Its just a case of how quickly but I am certainly in no rush and I am happy to stay put for as long as necessary, be it 2 years or the next 20 years as long as Stilo are able to continue the progress that they have now been making for quite some time. It takes a lot for one to lose a big amount of money in a company to then put his money where his mouth is and come back and buy into that story again big time. I decided to buy back into Stilo big time. I am that confident on Stilo that I have been recommending others to buy into this story and to even throw their kitchen sink in whilst doing so. Thats how confident I am in Stilo and its management, as is my "sauce". There are quite a lot of silent investors, they know who they are, who read these boards and don't contribute and, yes, some find it entertaining as long as it is all respectful. If you say something that I disagree with I will say so and if you say something that I believe to be true then I will naturally agree with that likewise. Your right, though, that I have been disagreeing with a lot that you have been saying. Nevertheless, its not what you, me or anybody else says that what will help to motor the share price up, its Stilo and what they say and do that will help it to move to those higher levels.
stilolosses
22/1/2017
19:25
I am so delighted to hear of your substantial profits on STL shares,StiloLosses . Let us hope that they continue to grow. It is a pity that you feel the need to persevere with your sad vendetta:refuting each and every piece of information that I venture to post . It is a cross we have to bear though and some here do after all enjoy the banter.
mudbath
22/1/2017
16:42
I originally bought into the Stilo story some years ago and though I lost big time on these I decided to ditch them back then. I have been buying back in around 2,3,4,5 and 6 pence for quite some time now and I am delighted to say that not only have I been able to re-coup those big losses but I have for the time being been able to make a substantial profit. Do I know of anybody personally who is still a holder of Stilo shares around the 95p level? No but I am sure there are still a lot of folks out there that bought into Stilo around those levels and other levels over the years and are still sitting on a huge loss. The Stilo story now is a much stronger one and I have no doubt that the share price is going to go higher from these levels going forward but it is certainly not going to go forward on the basis of the following: 1. The market makers are doing this or the market makers are doing that etc, etc, etc; 2. The current share price is a buying opportunity etc, etc, etc; 2. A buyer of Stilo shares has been told to not say anything as she is directly connected with the development team at IBM and she has been told to remain silent; 3. The share price has gone up by 0.00000001 today and the upward trend is that it is now likely to continue going up at 0.00000001p; 4. Author Bridge has now been implemented right across the IBM network and is being used extensively; 5. The new one being that SPARK are now monitoring these boards and report back to Stilo and co; 6. The share price is going to go to £2 for starters; 7. Not forgetting all those other dozens and dozens of ridiculous claims over the last 10 years about Stilo, its products and customers which all turned out to be complete and utter fiction. I can easily come on here and make things up about Stilo, its staff, its products and its customers willy nilly and feed people with information that is far fetched but I choose not to and I will certainly continue shouting out loud if anybody chooses to make such ridiculous, unfounded statements.
stilolosses
22/1/2017
14:42
It seems from my check of the graph on the iii website, that STILO floated back in 2000 that is 17 years ago , and it would appear that the flotation price was around 95 p or so, it is now 6p. Is anyone a holder from floatation?
escapetohome
22/1/2017
14:03
StiloLosses must be unaware that Mudbath has consistently recommended Stilo as an investment over several years during which period LTH have seen the share price multiply fivefold.
selurz
21/1/2017
16:32
I've simply repeated what the chairmen have been saying for the last 15 years or so. A huge amount of the chairmen's comments for about 15 years have been just a useful as a chocolate teapot. I would also argue, respectfully, that most of the time during the last 10 years or so you too have been leading everybody up the garden path, around a blind corner and down a dark hole but, respectfully, I too hope that going forward your posts will contain fact and not fiction. imo In terms of what you said and I quote: 'Did you know that SPARK report regularly to STL on this BB content ?' Another bit of over exaggeration and fiction on your part no doubt. Next thing you will be notifying everybody that the police will be coming around with arrest warrants. OVER AND OUT!
stilolosses
21/1/2017
16:04
RESPECTFULLY!!!!!
stilolosses
21/1/2017
16:04
Come on now TIGER!!
stilolosses
21/1/2017
15:53
Whilst I cannot grasp the point of your successive posts I do look look forward to your future contributions benefiting from at least a vestige of that claimed common sense, knowledge and expertise,as these have, so far, been conspicuous by their absence. imo
mudbath
21/1/2017
14:29
This is what our super, fantastic, great chairman said in March 2016. 61% growth in revenues for Migrate, the world's first cloud XML content conversion service, with new customers including Qualcomm, Perceptive Software, Tridium, Infinera, Dell Software, Applied Materials, GE Medical, Molina Healthcare and Pitney Bowes. Largest ever order for Migrate, value US$765k over 3 years, received from a major US client. Orders for OmniMark, a high-performance content processing development platform, received from the European Parliament, Scandinavian Airlines, Honeywell, Japan Patent Office, Electric Boat and Hebco. Successful beta testing of AuthorBridge, our new cloud XML authoring service, by major customer. Then again, give me Les Burnham's considered opinions any day, but then again, please don't!!!!!! I would rather be guided by my own common sense, knowledge, expertise and my "sauc
stilolosses
21/1/2017
14:28
This is what our super, fantastic, great chairman said in March 2015. "We are disappointed to report that our sales revenues and profits decreased year on year. An anticipated reduction in OmniMark software orders was partially offset by a 42% increase in revenues for Migrate, our cloud conversion service, which continues to strengthen its position in the DITA XML conversion market. Unfortunately, the shelving of a major conversion project by a European customer significantly impacted our final results. However, I am pleased to report that we have made good progress with the development of AuthorBridge, a new content authoring solution for non-technical business users. Its initial release is scheduled for the coming months and we are very encouraged by the preliminary customer feedback that has so far been received. We consider AuthorBridge as a potentially disruptive technology in the world of XML authoring and look forward to it making a significant contribution to our future financial performance." Then again, give me Les Burnham's considered opinions any day, but then again, please don't!!!!!! I would rather be guided by my own common sense, knowledge, expertise and my "sauce!"
stilolosses
21/1/2017
14:27
This is what our super, fantastic, great chairman said as recently as March 2014. "The Company has made good progress in 2013. Sales increased, and included several prestigious new name customers for Migrate, our world-leading cloud XML content conversion service, in addition to significant OmniMark orders from existing customers including the Japan Patent Office and The Boeing Company. Operating costs were broadly unchanged, profits increased, and with a continued improvement in our cash position, we were able to announce a maiden dividend to shareholders. With an expert development team, a global customer base, leading technology and a strong cash position, we look forward to making further progress in 2014." Then again, give me Les Burnham's considered opinions any day, but then again, please don't!!!!!! I would rather be guided by my own common sense, knowledge, expertise and my "sauce!"
stilolosses
21/1/2017
14:27
This is what our super, fantastic, great chairman said as recently as March 2013......Oops sorry I meant as far as 2013! Silly me! "The Company has made good progress in 2012. While our sales revenues decreased overall, our profits increased as we focussed the business on XML content conversion technology and associated services. Sales of Migrate, our cloud content conversion service, accelerated significantly, with many prestigious new customers.OmniMark version 10 was released in February 2012, and the capabilities of Migrate have been further enhanced with the release of a new RoboHelp to DITA XML document conversion service in May 2012.With an expert development team, a global customer base, growing adoption of Migrate and a strong cash position, we look forward to making further progress in 2013." Then again, give me Les Burnham's considered opinions any day, but then again, please don't!!!!!! I would rather be guided by my own common sense, knowledge, expertise and my "sauce!"
stilolosses
21/1/2017
14:26
This is what our super, fantastic, great chairman said as recently as March 2012......Oops sorry I meant as far as 2012! Silly me! "With a much improved cash position, recurring maintenance revenues, and new customer orders already received in 2012 for Stilo Migrate, we continue to make good progress in the expanding global market for digital publishing solutions. Then again, give me Les Burnham's considered opinions any day, but then again, please don't!!!!!! I would rather be guided by my own common sense, knowledge, expertise and my "sauce!"
stilolosses
21/1/2017
14:26
This is what our super, fantastic, great chairman said as recently as March 2011......Oops sorry I meant as far as 2011! Silly me! "I am pleased to report that significant progress was made by Stilo in 2010. Sales grew steadily, operating costs reduced and there was a return to profitability. At the same time, we continued to invest in the development of new software products and online services. Our improving financial position and innovative technology provides us with a solid base upon which to build in 2011." Then again, give me Les Burnham's considered opinions any day, but then again, please don't!!!!!! I would rather be guided by my own common sense, knowledge, expertise and my "sauce!"
stilolosses
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