Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Accesso Technology Group LSE:ACSO London Ordinary Share GB0001771426 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +20.00p +0.93% 2,175.00p 2,150.00p 2,200.00p 2,175.00p 2,140.00p 2,155.00p 15,271 14:00:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 83.0 8.2 27.5 88.4 486.34

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/1/2018
09:01
thanks for posting that rivaldo - missed it last night as after close. But yes it explains the recent strength
janeann
12/1/2018
08:35
RNS - Kames Capital are a new major shareholder, having bought over 3% with over 827,000 shares. They crossed the threshold on 9th January, so I'm assuming they've been behind the recent large buying: Https://www.investegate.co.uk/accesso-technology--acso-/rns/holding-s--in-company/201801111640596647B/
rivaldo
05/1/2018
15:52
Moving up on big volumes today - £1.6m traded already.
rivaldo
05/1/2018
11:53
Indeed! Regardless of your views, Trump has been very beneficial for stock holders. spud
spud
05/1/2018
09:59
It hasn't been mentioned here before AFAICS, but the huge Trump corporate tax cuts now passed in the USA will have a big beneficial effect for ACSO. ACSO currently provide for US taxes at 40%, which will presumably now reduce to 21%. The overseas tax charge for 2016 was $1.43m (I'd assume mostly US tax), so it's likely that ACSO will benefit by say some $600,000 per annum, and obviously more as time goes on as profits will have risen sharply in 2017 and thereon.
rivaldo
05/1/2018
07:28
Agreed janeann - good to see a £108,000 buy at the full closing offer price after the recent rise. Hopefully bodes well for today too.
rivaldo
04/1/2018
16:06
5000 just bought at full ask 21.50 - perhaps explains the strength today.
janeann
03/1/2018
13:37
agree its not the average pi investor adding a few - many of the buys are well over 10k and some £20!!
janeann
03/1/2018
13:33
It's probably institutional buying for the New Year having seen ACSO dip slightly at the end of 2017 aimingupward. The volumes and transactions today look too high to be simply a tip imo.
rivaldo
03/1/2018
12:48
This is a very steep and sudden run up in the share price over the last couple of hours. Has there been a buy recommendation published somewhere?
aimingupward2
03/1/2018
12:35
Good to see that the log jam has cleared! Itchy - I have a £29-£30 target for this year. Should be a stunner for all longtermers. spud
spud
25/12/2017
02:15
And to you Spud! We should see £25+ in 2018 (IMHO).
itchycrack
22/12/2017
12:08
A very Merry Christmas & Happy New Year to all holders, especially the Company. See you all considerably wealthier during 2018.spud
spud
22/12/2017
08:52
ACSO's new Prism wristband has just been featured as a case study on Cambridge Consultants' web site - well worth a look: Https://www.cambridgeconsultants.com/case-studies/accesso-smart-wearable Merry Xmas and a happy New Year to holders - 2018 should be another good year here.
rivaldo
20/12/2017
07:41
Good summary of the future for wearables in the cruise ship industry, in particular as regards ACSO's Ocean Medallion: Http://en.brinkwire.com/25825/want-to-live-in-a-futuristic-smart-city-today-take-a-cruise/ "Princess Cruises is the first of Carnival’s 11 brands to embrace the Ocean Medallion, a 1.8-ounce device that interacts with the ship, allowing passengers to interact with food and beverage, retail, entertainment, lodging, recreation, and excursions seamlessly – without ever taking it out of their pocket, off their necklace, or swiping a band. (The Medallion can be tossed in a pocket or purse, or worn in a variety of cases, like a necklace or band). Padgett said the wearable leverages a first-of-its-kind “experience platform,” embedded with NFC, BLE, and other telemetry-producing sensors — in the context of a “smart ship” with an orchestrated multi-sensor experience ecosystem. The Ocean Medallion “the most extensive experiential Internet of Things that’s ever been done,” Padgett said. Beyond the ability to open and lock doors, order drinks, make dining or entertainment reservations, or purchase excursions, the Ocean Medallion ecosystem embraces artificial intelligence that tracks and learns about the guest with every interaction. Padgett said this AI evolves in real-time, multiple times per second, to offer suggestions for guests based on where they are on the ship, time of day, and what activities are occurring at that time. “This technology disappears into the experience,” Padgett explained. “Wearables came about because it’s about how to make things connected to the world become less invasive to your life. Any technology can do anything, but the real question is how do you employ technology to create an experience that’s immersive and not distractive.” The Ocean Medallion gives guests the option of connecting to other Carnival technologies, including Ocean Ready (to answer health questions, scan passports, and go paper free), Play Ocean (a suite of mobile video games that can be played on or off the ship), and Ocean Compass (a schedule of on-board activities as well as a custom virtual sea avatar that appears across the ship). “The way we use the mobile phone is as a guest option,” Padgett said. “The guest can choose how much digital exposure they want, from zero to 100. If you reject the mobile phone from the Ocean Medallion experience, you’re at no experiential disadvantage from other guests.” The Regal Princess is the first of multiple Princess ships that will launch over the coming years featuring this technology. And Padgett said the hope is that additional Carnival brands like Carnival Cruise Line, Holland America Line, and Cunard adopt this technology in the future."
rivaldo
15/12/2017
07:54
He forgot the comma after weakness, I think.
orange1
15/12/2017
07:48
Buy into weakness when being overbought. ????
muffster
14/12/2017
23:58
Goodapple - Will pay back in spades during Q1. If a great stock is being sold, buy into weakness when it's being over bought, sell into strength. Works for me! spud
spud
14/12/2017
13:54
Imagine if someone repeatedly posted when they had cut their stake - would be shot down in an instant! Interesting that blue prisms valuation has been pretty heftily cut from its peak fyi
dan_the_epic
14/12/2017
13:13
Any more today spud? Glad someone is still buying.
goodapple
12/12/2017
14:01
Just taken another 1k. spud
spud
12/12/2017
13:39
I suspect an overhang which has caused the recent pullback has now been cleared, with the trade of 75,000 shares at 1950p which has just been reported. Onwards and upwards :o))
rivaldo
06/12/2017
00:28
Totally agree - this is a sound business and much more so than most you mention there! Growth is valid either way, though organic carries less risk and really need to ex out acquisitive when looking at PEGs (otherwise will see a sharp rise in PEG in 2020 etc!). Those other ones you mention are at even more vulnerable valuations than this IMO, because as you suggest their business models are weaker. Just think that at this point of the cycle have to be wary of looking beyond valuations and into the stories as valuations can unwind even when the stories are intact. Market may disagree! In which case the names you've reeled off will continue higher! Take care, DTE.
dan_the_epic
05/12/2017
23:36
Growth is just as valid from acquisitions funded from ACSO's operations and institutional investment as organic growth - and organic growth has been good for a number of years now (mid-teens would be just fine and extremely healthy when consistently achieved!). Take a look at the m/caps of companies like NANO, WAND, VRS etc - PRSM belongs in the same category - which are some way away from even making any profits or decent revenues at all before griping about a company like ACSO which has lovely recurring revenues, fast-improving profitability, global technology leadership - as evidenced by the recent IAAPA award wins - etc etc :o))
rivaldo
05/12/2017
23:09
I'll repeat what I posted in reply to Dan's saying exactly the same thing only last month.... Take a look at the forward EPS forecasts showing almost 50% growth and giving rise to a PEG of only just above 1 - signalling pretty decent value from Slater's main investment criteria. ACSO's technology is being rolled out across the world in Merlin's venues. It's likely that Six Flags as a longstanding existing customer will follow suit. And Merlin and Six Flags are both expanding across the globe into Asia, South and Central America etc. ACSO will follow this expansion as it happens. Then there's the recent first implementation at a Universal theme park, which may well lead to further roll-out news across Universal's estate. Then there's the initial usage already happening on cruise ships - imagine the global potential from a roll-out across this sector. Then there's all the other sectors which this tech is applicable to. And of course ACSO's takeover of the ticketing sector which gathers pace with every prestigious new customer. Above all, as Itchycrack says, the market is happy to pay up for a highly profitable stock which has extremely high guaranteed and recurring future revenue streams, together with top-notch management and high growth potential across any number of sectors.
rivaldo
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