Find Your Broker
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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1,435.00p 0 05:00:01
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1,410.00p 1,460.00p - - -
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 98.79 5.31 30.23 45.9 391.2

Accesso Technology (ACSO) Latest News

More Accesso Technology News
Accesso Technology Takeover Rumours

Accesso Technology (ACSO) Share Charts

1 Year Accesso Technology Chart

1 Year Accesso Technology Chart

1 Month Accesso Technology Chart

1 Month Accesso Technology Chart

Intraday Accesso Technology Chart

Intraday Accesso Technology Chart

Accesso Technology (ACSO) Discussions and Chat

Accesso Technology Forums and Chat

Date Time Title Posts
23/1/201909:27accesso Technology Group - Queuing growth for the future3,341

Add a New Thread

Accesso Technology (ACSO) Most Recent Trades

Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
2019-01-23 17:03:571,450.0756812.04O
2019-01-23 16:36:521,450.0056812.00O
2019-01-23 16:31:491,420.001,00014,200.00O
2019-01-23 16:16:291,425.001201,710.00O
2019-01-23 16:05:431,410.501,00014,105.00O
View all Accesso Technology trades in real-time

Accesso Technology (ACSO) Top Chat Posts

Accesso Technology Daily Update: Accesso Technology Group is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ACSO. The last closing price for Accesso Technology was 1,435p.
Accesso Technology Group has a 4 week average price of 1,430p and a 12 week average price of 1,170p.
The 1 year high share price is 2,985p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1,170p.
There are currently 27,258,376 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 136,693 shares. The market capitalisation of Accesso Technology Group is £391,157,695.60.
melton john: I'm not stressing about the manipulation of the share price by "big players" merely highlighting it. The large buys made to look like sells, the large sells which are cancelled when no one is looking, the multiple trades where the net result is disguised, the off exchange activity which is shown as an ordinary trade. The lack of clarity in ADVFN's listing of trades compared to London Stock Exchange's listing of the same. You sticking your oar in and giving advice that wasn't asked for made me wonder who's side you are on. Do you want the price to be driven down because you missed the boat or do you have some professional interest?
orange1: Stop stressing about all this noise is my advice. The fact is some people are selling and some are buying. They may or may not be big players. The share price has fallen over the last 30 hours or so. That means there is more selling pressure than buying pressure. End of.
itchycrack: Accesso has created a portfolio of solutions that has gained widespread traction and has opened up huge opportunities in other areas that were originally not even target sectors. As a result, and to capitalise on the growth in these areas, Accesso (and quite rightly so), is investing heavily in its future growth. It's just the normal function of a company undergoing a period or rapid growth. If ever there was a buy and hold stock then Accesso is it. Unless you really understand the business and the management it's easy to adopt a 'traders mentality'. For me, the drop in the share price represents an unbelievable opportunity to add at levels I never expected to see again, especially with the low liquidity (which has largely exaggerated this drop in the share price). Building a large holding has always been difficult due to the low float and low liquidity. I have been and will continue to drip-buy on an ongoing basis.
rivaldo: On a PEG of only around 1 the current share price is now pretty good value. Perhaps our friends forget that the driver behind much of the recent investment derives from the development and implementation of ACSO's products across Merlin's entire global estate, which is still continuing and will really bring in the big rewards from next year with a consequent jump in profits and EPS. Then there's the potential rollout across Princess Cruises and perhaps the whole of Carnival too. With the additional potential from a rollout across the Universal Studios theme park estate given the first implementation at Volcano Bay. As supernumerary points out, customer concentration has improved immeasurably since most of us were first invested here! The new CEO, as the former head of IAAPA, has brought further heavyweight presence to the party. Presumably he has joined ACSO with high confidence in the company and its prospects since he would have known ACSO intimately from his time at IAAPA. Share prices look forward, not back. It seems to me that ACSO's prospects are more positive than ever above and beyond the ups and downs of quarterly theme park attendance figures etc.
rachael777: share prophets dont think much to it.... In summary: 1. The true growth of this business is paltry, at best: I estimate growth of around 3.9% in H1 2018, far below the company’s claimed 47% 2. At least two accounting tricks were employed in 2017 to boost earnings: These tricks may have represented circa 80% of 2017’s net income 3. Customer concentration may be much worse than people think: Over 30% of the company’s revenues stem from a single declining customer 4. Cash flows: Not healthy, capitalisation has increased sharply since the implementation of the company’s current management LTIP 5. Management incentives have been purely based on the share price: This perhaps explains much of the behaviour 6. Departure of the CEO seems suspicious: He left with 1 year to go of his five year LTIP, leaving half the stock award on the table – Why? 6 (part 2). The Exec Chairman and CFO sold half of their shares, in the spring of this year: The CEO departs immediately after two transformational acquisitions, other execs sell stock in size 7. The valuation is astounding: I call it down by 50%... for starters
runthejoules: SHARES magazine (I recommend subscribing) Act now! Market sell-off offers superb chance to buy Accesso for a discount [I am ahead of the game! I mean 6% down] Buck the risk-off markets theme with this outstanding growth story Great Ideas Issue: 11 Oct 2018 - Page 10 Since positive half year results in September Accesso Technology’s (ACSO:AIM) share price has plunged more than 20%. This is potentially great for new investors because it means you can now buy the same business and growth opportunity for 20%-plus cheaper than you could last month. The obvious question to ponder is whether the sell-off implies something uglier to come? Our own digging suggests not. We attribute the share price performance to nothing more than a global markets sell-off as the market mood changes. Our view is long-term and these sell-offs can be good times to pick up decent stocks. Accesso isn’t alone in terms of recent share price declines for popular AIM Stocks. For example, Fevertree (FEVR:AIM), Blue Prism (PRSM:AIM) and GB Group (GBG:AIM) have all taken a hit in recent weeks. Accesso is an attractions and queuing solutions supplier. Over the years it has created an integrated platform for everything from buying tickets, queue-busting, merchandise purchasing and more. Clients include Alton Towers operator Merlin (MERL) and Six Flags and it has emerging opportunities across Latin America, the Middle and Far East, including China. Multiple vertical markets are also being explored, such as sporting events, music concerts, ski resorts, museums and theatres. We believe Accesso has scope to expand in many ways. There are thousands of theme and water parks, tourist attractions and other high footfall visitor sites around the world that could potentially benefit from the company’s integrated visitor ‘experience217; solutions. There is also an extra growth leg emerging in health via a development agreement with Henry Ford Health System. Accesso is a business that has been ticking growth investors’ boxes for years. Since 2012 it has seen revenue soar from $46m to $133.4m, including last year’s (2017) 30% jump, and has an equally impressive record on profits. It has been free cash flow positive in every one of those years. Future revenues will be impacted by new accounting rules, which change both how and when income is recognised. This does not change the underlying growth dynamics of the business and it will make little difference to profit and earnings going forward, which implies better margins. Analysts expect operating profit of around $42m in 2020. It is forecast to report $25m or $26m this year, implying a 2018 price to earnings (PE) multiple of about 40. That’s high, yet if forecasts are to be believed, the forward PE could be slashed rapidly to about 22-times over the next 12 to 15 months. (SF)
rivaldo: Interesting new article about the use of new technology on cruise ships, including ACSO's Ocean Medallion: Http:// And another article from last week about a visit to Universal's Volcano Bay theme park, which describes ACSO's Tapu Tapu device as "genius": Https:// I notice that recent reviews of Tapu Tapu on Tripadvisor etc have been getting better and better after the first slightly mixed reviews, such that initial flaws appear to have been ironed out. Imagine the effect on profits and the share price if Universal were to announce that ACSO's products were to be rolled out a la Merlin's roll-out - followed by a similar roll-out for Royal Caribbean/Princess Cruises.
togglebrush: Shares Magazine today has an article re share price mis-pricing for the reason of recent price volatility. Concludes with a Great Idea buy rating. Extract Opens ' SHARES IN ATTRACTIONS software supplier Accesso Technology (ACSO:AIM) have shot more than 12% higher in the past week or so, leaving the stock not far shy of its £27.60 all-time high. Apparently a stock trading technical issue was behind the jump. Without labouring the details, some stock seems to have been mis-priced temporarily, and as normal trading resumed the share price adjusted back to the market level. ' Concludes This is long-run growth story expected to achieve near-35% profit growth a year over the next few years, hence a premium rating is justified
lomax99: In today's Shares magazine: NEW REVENUE recognition rules could have a notable negative impact on the tech space, according to investment bank Berenberg. IFRS 15 is a new international financial reporting standard that came into effect at the start of 2018. The regulation sets out how companies should recognise revenue over multi-year contracts, and for many that will mean spreading income evenly across the contract length. Previously companies have been allowed to book all multi-year revenue upfront. Berenberg believes this is likely to force some companies to book lower revenues than previously anticipated yet still having to sink upfront costs, such as implementation expenses. That could have a negative impact on current earnings per share estimates which in turn could impact their share price rating. Berenberg calculates that online training business Learning Technologies (LTG:AIM) and Accesso Technology (ACSO:AIM), the theme parks software supplier, may also see earnings estimates trimmed potentially by as much as 10%. The accounting changes will have no impact on company cash flows. While the reporting changes could temporarily drag down share prices, more conservative rules on how multi-year sales are booked should go down well with investors if IFRS 15 delivers better transparency. (SF)
togglebrush: There has been little or no movement in share price since the Full Year report ' OHLC and volume from ADVFN 21/03/2018 ACSO 2260 2290 2240 2270 171,201 ___ RNS FY figures 22/03/2018 ACSO 2265 2300 2250 2265 _53,043 23/03/2018 ACSO 2265 2300 2265 2295 _79,644 26/03/2018 ACSO 2295 2315 2295 2295 _40,629 27/03/2018 ACSO 2295 2300 2295 2295 _14,730 ___ RNS Update FY figures 28/03/2018 ACSO 2295 2300 2295 2295 _21,782 29/03/2018 ACSO 2295 2295 2295 2295 399,719 03/04/2018 ACSO 2295 2315 2290 2295 _23,265 ' ANY IDEAS what is going on ??? ' Append but I also note ' "accesso£ Selected by the 2018 Special Olympics USA Games to Provide Streamlined Ticketing Solution Special Olympics USA Games Implements accesso ShoWareSM Solution Ahead of Opening Ceremony Mar 27, 2018, 13:30 ET ' Https://
Accesso Technology share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange
Your Recent History
Accesso Te..
Register now to watch these stocks streaming on the ADVFN Monitor.

Monitor lets you view up to 110 of your favourite stocks at once and is completely free to use.

By accessing the services available at ADVFN you are agreeing to be bound by ADVFN's Terms & Conditions

P: V: D:20190124 07:12:40