Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Accesso Technology Group Plc LSE:ACSO London Ordinary Share GB0001771426 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 660.00 12,369 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
650.00 670.00 660.00 660.00 660.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 93.12 4.06 9.59 70.1 181
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:15:32 O 74 670.034 GBX

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Accesso Technology Daily Update: Accesso Technology Group Plc is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ACSO. The last closing price for Accesso Technology was 660p.
Accesso Technology Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 625p and a 12 week average price of 625p.
The 1 year high share price is 2,600p while the 1 year low share price is currently 625p.
There are currently 27,428,667 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 90,785 shares. The market capitalisation of Accesso Technology Group Plc is £181,029,202.20.
palmersgreen: So when does the share price reflect the bid price when a bid is chosen?
spud: That's why the Company is happy to let this slide to a level approximately 50% below the prevailing price. I'd guess they've had offers around the 9 quid mark, which is indicative of a 6 quid share price. Either that or they'll pull out of the sale process. spud
togglebrush: when Wales V Georgia kicked off in Rugby World Cup the ACSO share price started to rise *--- Absolutely NO CONNECTION between the two events but nice to see ACSO price rising in this probably critical week. *--- Date /Time ___________Price____Lot____Value 11:32:23 23-Sep-2019__827.00__8,764__ £72,478 …Key deal . and currently over 840 some 30 up or 3.7% (and Wales won 43 to 14)
tkamp: I agree with FredFish. If no bid comes out surely the share price will fall back to 700-750p. That's not a whole lot of downside of course, so hence why ACSO is a good bet, but in case no bid is accepted I do imagine shares will drop 15-20%
togglebrush: Comment 28 August 2019 ' ' Short Extract under Blue Sky ' Following accesso’s announcement about putting itself up for sale, Peel Hunt repeated a ‘buy’ rating and raised its target price to 1,435p from 1,145p. ' Peel Hunt said the sharp rise in the share price after the news showed “investors feelings about its true value”.“It removed most of the negatives discount on it and hit our previous price target,” it said. ' “For us, the true value of accesso is in the potential it has once it goes through its current re-platforming. “Cross sell will be much easier and already being cried out for by the likes of Merlin. ' First step: solve this issue. We believe the market now sees that value, hence we increase our target price to 1435p (3.5x CY20 sales). ' “Second step: realise that the eventual buyer could in fact create the company we thought it was and envisioned it to be when we initiated back in Mar 2018 at 3,100p.” ' IMHO I guess someone felt the need to Rattle the Cage of Potential Investors before the Interims
spud: I would suggest that the Company will endeavour to sell the business before results as I fear they might not be brilliant. However, because the share price has risen considerably since their announcement of intent, any bids which were offering a potential 50% gain at 7 quid are now barely above the current share price. A bit of a conundrum methinks! spud
davidosh: I have been here since 2003 and it has been rather a rollercoaster at times but the general direction was always upwards over a one year period so this last nine months has been a dramatic change of fortune for long termers like me. I suspect a full on bidding war will get us back close to £20 especially with a strong dollar as that means our 90% dollar earnings will convert well and also any overseas bidder in a dollar currency will also feel in a strong position when buying in pounds compared to last year. In many ways I am happy to see us continue this journey independently but at the last Agm something told me that it may be the last one I attended.... With Tom taking a back seat and the original founder who put Tom in place also at the Agm but no longer at all involved I guess it felt like a new era had started with the share price in the wrong place. Clearly other companies see that as a major opportunity but quite sad that this has not started from a much stronger position.....that said multiple interest is because of the obvious opportunity and weak share price.
smithie6: !! is there a strong link between ACSO share price & any statement by the FED --- I think the fall from 30quid was triggered/created by ppl digesting the H1 results... ..including TW & his contacts...even if he didnt publish till I think Nov. & being at a sky high rating....a bubble....which was waiting to implode with slightest negative news
smithie6: result of some number crunching (uf !!) 2014 situation thru to 2017 situation nett 48M$ cash gone out of the co. to pay for acquisitions which looks to have been generated from generation of REAL CASH generated from turnover and not from just issuing new shares (note that this was not calculated to be an accurate value....but just to see if the co. was generating real cash over 2014-2017 accounts or just issuing new shares or just increasing borrowings or payables) which is good this is after cancelling out deltas in change in situation between 2014 and 2017 in key items like (payables - receivables), (cash - borrowings) and taking into account cash inflow via shares placed for cash for ACSO's use (Ive ignored the 6M delta in deferred tax to avoid looking in to it) number of shares increasing from 22M to 27M intangibles increasing by 120M$....which mostly comes from the cashflow out and new shares issued...for acquisitions.. ---- ( I think that the amount of capitalisation has been manipulated to suit the company accounts... and I think that that might well be ending in the 2018 accounts.....with exec. chair stepping aside.... and the share price collapse...and mention of new perf. data/info to be revealed amount of amortisation is rocketting since intang. assets have rocketted due to 2 acquisition sin 2017 ..a key item of valuing the shares will be down to how much does one value the IT/tech products being used in fixed contracts at various customers/parks....and how long one thinks those products will last...and whether the amortisation of those products in the accounts under or over estimates the real world....and the capitalisation factor, uf...(since all IT/tech only has a limited lifetime and those contracts also only have limited life....but phps have a high chance of renewal) ----- the possible hiccup for ACSO phps comes from TE2 which produces a big drop in revenue due to introduction of IFRS15 accounting....and that it was loss while it cost a lot of money (mostly via new shares at around 16 quid I think) it produces a drop in revenue in 2018 H1 and annual accounts...and doesnt help much the numbers for EBITDA or cash generation --- THe aquisitions made were done at full or high prices...~ 4 x turnover for Ingresso (2017) & 80M$ for x8 turnover for (!!) TE2 (2017) despite it producing 10M$ underlying revenue in 2016 ___EBITDA -3M$ ...Vision 1 (2014) at 4x turnover.....which doesnt leave much room for hiccups...or reduction in profits due to any pressure on margins or for competitive pressures. (although TE2 was was producing massive growth...and it had Carnival as a I assume that the implementations on cruise ships is due to TE2 it seems to be producing the goods. And perhaps useful to take out a risk of possible future competitor or useful acquisition for a competitor if Acso didnt buy it)...and since working for clients like Merlin one assumes/guesses that the products can be fairly easily integrated in ACSO products.... The acquisitions look to be lowish cash generators vs their acquisn prices.....TE2 had EBITDA of -3M$ for 2016 (perhaps Acso over reached by making 2 acquisitions in 1 year...perhaps over confidence due to the then.. sky high share price) --- As I have mentioned before....imo the co. has had a cash/debt 'situation' imo in H1...due to 25M$ cashoutflow due to reducing payables and due to paying a stage payment for Ingresso ( 7M pnds ?) and with this happening in the half of the year that doesnt generate much cash versus the stronger H2 when there is more income from USA parks (noting a high % of turnover is in USA) and has had to try to trim its feathers/ mentioned in co. info/RNSs. ----- 30 quid share price....over rated the turnover from Merlin parks imo which was reported gross and is now reported nett...producing a step redn in that turnover.
smithie6: vaulation comparison of 2 shares HAT vs ACSO Hat has almost full asset backing of the share price (a lot being cash out on loan to private people at highist % one could argue there is a risk X that some of the cash wont come back) ACSO has negative tangible assets ---- HAT has paid out divis over last 10 years of about 1/3 of its share price ACSO has never paid a divi !! --- HAT has a history of making sizeable profits vs its current sp and has stated it will make a profit greater than 10% of its current share price !! ACSO looks set to report that it has consumed cash in current financial year if include the 1.7M$ cost of failed acquisition (1.7M !!) ---- growth numbers in H1 ACSO claims lfl growth of 11% while HAT claims bigger growth imo --- ACSO is currently valued at 2.5-3x turnover. priced for growth and sizeable profit margin....but the profit is close to zero HAT is valued at a P/E of 8-10. cheap --- DIVI Hat pays 3% and history of increasing ACSO has never paid a divi !! --- will I be selling any of my HAT shares to buy ACSO shares ?... no
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