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% 4.625p 4.25p 5.00p 4.625p 4.625p 4.625p 41,599 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 1.8 0.3 0.3 15.9 5.27

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Stilo Daily Update: Stilo Intl is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker STL. The last closing price for Stilo was 4.63p.
Stilo Intl has a 4 week average price of 4.63p and a 12 week average price of 4.63p.
The 1 year high share price is 7p while the 1 year low share price is currently 4.63p.
There are currently 113,930,470 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 5,450 shares. The market capitalisation of Stilo Intl is £5,269,284.24.
stilolosses: Well...........I totally agree there! Naturally, I along with everybody else, was expecting the share price by now to be much higher. No good hiding from the fact that the share price is performing badly. I think about 18 months 2 years ago there was general consensus on this board that at the very, very minimum we were expecting the share price to hit at least 12 pence for starters. I can't hide the fact that I am disappointed that 2 years on this still has not happened but I have to say that it does not really affect me as I am in this for the very, very, very long term. Anyway, why do you think yourself that the share price is at its current levels? We all know it came down from its peak of around £1.30 some 15/20 years ago. As we all know it went down to the 1 pence mark around 6/7 years ago and about 12 months ago went up to the 7 pence mark before dropping back down to its current levels. I do think though that the only ones who need to worry are those who are in it for the short term and all those long term holders should simply sit back and enjoy the dividends.
stilolosses: Escapetohome I understand what you are saying. You are always going to get people in it for a particular purpose and it is a shame when one ramps shares up for their own purposes. Michaelmouse your absolutely right. It is very upsetting and annoying for Stilo investors let alone Stilo management in respect to the significant delays that they mentioned the other day in terms of Authorbridge. Stilo have been developing Authorbridge since far back as 2014. 2014! Unfortunately it still is not ready. Who would have thought since development started in 2014 that by the end of 2017 it still would not be adding any meaningful revenues to the bottom line. I understand what you say in terms of markets looking forward but lets look at Authorbridge with one well known company: IBM. Stilo stared development with IBM in 2014 and it was fully endorsed by IBM and installed onto their systems around April 2015. Stilo have given information about this over the years in their annual reports, more so in 2015 and 2016. Authorbridge version 1 was installed at IBM around April 2015 and Authorbridge version 2 then came out in February 2017. Yet Stilo management have now said that it is going to take the best part of 2017 to finally get Authorbridge ready so that it can then be rolled out. Even when it is ready at the end of 2017 they won't simply be able to install it overnight with a customer and expect to get huge revenues to roll in immediately. Stilo only has around 17 members of staff right across the company and they will deal with each customers needs on a one to one and individual basis. Authorbridge is not going to be one of those "one fits all" scenarios. Each eventual customer is going to have their own requirements and Stilo's small team are going to have to tackle each of these customers slowly which is going to take a lot of time. Stilo have been tackling the specific requirements of IBM in terms of Authorbridge since 2014. In the ideal world myself along with all investors would love it if the revenues just started rolling in overnight. Now that would be great but like I have always said its going to take time. Growth will happen but slowly. Even more so now with Stilo having said what they did the other day in terms of Authorbridge. Just as importantly is what Stilo also said about Omnimark and Migrate "remains steady". From this I take it that revenues are ok and not anything more and no doubt results for the first six months in September will reveal this. Steady to me means ok. Not doing bad but not doing better either. Just steady. In no way at all am I suggesting that the 2017 number are going to be bad. I think they are going to be around the 2016 results give or take 10 to 15%. The steady kind of growth that I have been going on about for some time now. In terms of Stilo's mention of dividends and acquisition I think this is certainly going to help in the future. When that will be only they know. Lets not forget that Stilo in the past have made acquisitions, admittedly some time ago, and most of those acquisition never did work out. In fact, some years ago those so called acquisitions nearly took Stilo down the wrong road and the share price dived. If Stilo had not made those acquisitions then the share price would not have dived from it peaks to where it is now. So in terms of acquisitions they would have to tread very, very, very, very carefully. Its a well run company now. The special dividends could happen at any time but I personally think that this is something that they would do in the future once they have got Authorbridge up and running 100%. This, as we know it is not going to be for a few months yet which takes us to the end of 2017. The worse case scenario, and I absolutely dread it if this was the case, that come end of 2017 they still say that Authorbridge is still not ready. Lets not forget that its been in development since 2014. In terms of Stilo wanting to reduce their cash balance I think they can do this in many ways: Spend more on R&D, share buyback, dividends, new products etc, etc etc. In terms of a takeover, like I said before, this has been doing the rounds for the last 15 years or so. One only have to read through the old threads to see how posters have been suggesting this for many, many, many years. I know Stilo management mentioned acquisitions in their AGM the other day but this does not necessarily mean that they are going to do it or do it any day soon if they did. You only have to look at what Stilo management have said about their plans, products and potential in all their AGMs and annual reports for years now. Normally, whatever they say either does not happen or takes many, many years. One only have to go through their previous annual reports to get a grasp of this. I completely agree that Stilo's website now looks great. What I want to see is greater revenue and profits. If the new website helps then great. It certainly looks a lot better and a lot more professional, especially from the one they had before. In respect of the share price going up on Friday. Its always a case of 2 steps forward and one step back. A soon as we get a couple of buys it shoots up and as soon as we get a couple of sells it shoots back down. What we really, really, really need is that important Authorbridge product being completed, marketed and then accepted on a customer by customer basis. All this in time will have a lot more positive effect on the share price from what we are seeing at the moment. Again, in the ideal world wouldn't we all love to see everything going well with Stilo with everything going as planned, but as we all know the very nature of their products and customers results in the kind of delays that they alluded to the other day. I have no doubt that Stilo will come through but like I have been going on for some time now "Its going to take time!" That time has now got longer with the spanner in the works with Authorbridge. Recapping on Authorbridge over the years: 2014 Development started. 2015 Development continued 2016 Version 1 launched and installed onto IBM's systems generating a small amount of revenue. 2017 Version 2 launched yet not fully ready. Will generate a small amount of revenue. 2018 Will hopefully start to generate some decent revenues. Lukead, I will certainly look at that thread.
mudbath: The STL share price moved a touch above the trend line yesterday,so hopefully we might see the share price settle in the 6.5/6.75 pence range prior to its moving forward to test new highs come September/October. As ever,the half yearly report,when it appears in some 7 weeks time,should make for interesting, if possibly unexciting, reading.
mudbath: Competition time . Name the month when the STL share price is first quoted at 7 pence . July 2016 for me !
mudbath: My view on Stilo is that the company has executed the first stage of its medium term strategy almost to perfection. Investors can now relax and enjoy the ride. I look forward to years of increasing revenues and profits alongside a growing dividend. The STL share price,imo,should prosper;whilst we may see a more lumpy return should Stilo surrender its independence. It has been great fun contributing/debating here over the past decade and I hope another uber bull might step into my shoes;for I intend to become merely a lurker on the STL threads. Good luck !
mudbath: Cheers infocusint. £2 seems like a realistic target;as long as one is not too much of a hurry. The share price remains a puzzle(for me)today,with the current state of play being 6.095 bid whilst no stock is being offered; against the(supposed)mid price of 6 pence. Surely the MMs need to readjust the STL share price.
mudbath: Possibly the STL share price will end up in negative territory today;yet I am convinced that many further new highs will be seen before long. For what more could investors want ? Cash rich and cash generative,gaining traction in a growing market,endorsed by IBM and due to be fully utilised by that behemoth across its whole estate, etc etc. Sorry to bore everyone to death but the shares are CHEAP at around 5.75 pence,as they will be even when my target of 10 pence is surpassed.imo.
mudbath: Why did Stilo migrate to SPARK Advisory and why have Brewin Dolphin neglected to sell into the recent strength in the STL share price ? Could the answer to both questions lie,to an extent, in the make up and history of the SPARK partners. Matt Davis Matt qualified as a chartered accountant with Deloitte in 1995 and has since worked in mid-market mergers & acquisitions and capital raisings. After eight years in the London office of US Investment Bank Robert W. Baird working, inter alia, on UK and transatlantic M&A, he joined Brewin Dolphin in 2004 as a Director and became head of corporate finance in 2010. Miriam Greenwood OBE DL Miriam is a highly regarded and greatly experienced specialist in debt related products. Her breadth of experience in debt advisory has added great value to the range of services that SPARK Advisory Partners can offer to clients. A qualified barrister, Miriam has had a distinguished City career and was recognised and awarded the OBE for her services to corporate finance. She has previously worked for Warburgs, Morgan Grenfell and Deutsche Bank. She was a founding director of British Linen Advisors, and has latterly worked for Quayle Munro Holdings plc and Brewin Dolphin. Sean Wyndham-Quin CA MCSI After graduating with a degree in accountancy, Sean joined Ernst & Young where he qualified as a chartered accountant. After a spell working as an auditor in the financial services department he joined the corporate finance team where he worked on a number of private equity and public company M&A transactions. In 2005, he joined Brewin Dolphin Investment Banking, where he advised on a number of successful flotations, capital raisings and M&A transactions before becoming a founding partner of SPARK Advisory Partners in early 2012. Mark Brady LL.B FCA Chartered FCSI Mark joined what became Brewin Dolphin’s Corporate Finance team in 1988, having qualified as a chartered accountant at KPMG. He became a director in 1993 and was subsequently Head/Deputy Head of Corporate Finance for some 14 years. He has considerable experience in providing advice to corporate clients on IPOs, takeovers and a wide range of other transactions involving private and public companies. He has experience in a number of sectors, most recently Consumer, Industrials and Healthcare. In addition, Mark is a non-executive director of eg solutions plc (AIM: EGS), a past Chairman of the Quoted Companies Alliance and a member of the Yorkshire and North East Regional Advisory Group of the London Stock Exchange. He is also a regular speaker at events on quoted company issues. He is a founding partner of SPARK Advisory Partners. Neil Baldwin ACA After qualifying as an ACA with Deloitte Haskins & Sells, Neil first gained practical experience in the corporate finance department of FTSE350 listed business Morgan Crucible plc, and then in an financial advisory capacity at County NatWest, before joining Wise Speke (subsequently Brewin Dolphin Investment Bank) in 1994. He has over 20 years’ experience acting as a financial advisor to smaller quoted companies on a range of transactions on AIM and the Official List, including flotations, mergers and takeovers, and both on and off-market equity fundraising. He is a founding partner of SPARK Advisory Partners. Coincidence,maybe;interesting,definitely,in my opinion.
mudbath: Any trading update in January might serve to put some flesh onto the information already released by Stilo International. (Just as an aside,the BOD are targeting a not too distant future market cap of £10 million +++) The development of AuthorBridge has now been concluded with all targets being achieved.It is already on general release although this is being done on a controlled basis as the technology is new to the market. Pricing has been set at US$8,000 per 100 users. IBM was indeed the "prestigious customer" having been beta testing AB over the past 12 months. As regards Migrate,IBM now has six portals and other significant clients are expected to expand their usage in 2016. This company has reached (imo) a very exciting stage of its metamorphosis,having built a lean business, created and developed meaningful products,whilst growing organically.As such (again imo)Stilo remains an intriguing investment opportunity. Had BD not continued aggressively shedding stock(35% down to 12%)the STL share price might have better reflected such progress.On the other hand,it does mean that shares in Stilo can be purchased,currently,at "just" 4.52 pence.
mudbath: The art of investing,StiloLosses,is to buy at around the bottom of a share's trading range and sell at or towards the top. As your avatar implies,you have yet to grasp this concept. Stilo is endeavouring to gain additional revenues from its patented technologies. The prospect of a minimal annual incremental increase in these revenues would be sufficient to trigger an upward re-rating. This gaining of traction may remain elusive,with the share price fully reflecting such a possibility. As the STL share price is close to a multi-year low,now would be an opportune moment to buy into the company,if one believes in it its potential. We do not need a caped crusader to tell us otherwise. Cheers.
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