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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Actual Experience Plc LSE:ACT London Ordinary Share GB00BJ05QC14 ORD 0.2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.50 -2.78% 87.50 86.00 89.00 96.00 87.50 90.00 1,345,419 15:46:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 1.1 -7.3 -16.1 - 42

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/4/2019
18:37
Will run out of cash this year unless there is another raise but why would you bother? Market has moved on..
fgump
23/4/2019
04:06
This company is a dog, Very high staff costs for a small to no-growth operation and yet another new sales team hired but still no revenue to speak of ten years in. Has their IPR been passed by and missed its chance? ACT will need to raise another round soon given their burn rate so that could be crunch time. The board are asleep at the wheel. Who's gonna back it?.
12345onceicaught
13/2/2019
15:22
Blah, blah, blah. This time next year Rodney...still has to show enormous growth to justify the valuation.
fgump
12/2/2019
09:42
DT talks to Dave Page about expected increases in revenue & possible new partners over the next couple of months - http://bit.ly/2I6R5MD
astonedt
16/1/2019
07:08
Market cap of 94 x revenue! £10m of cash left. Will be out of business by the end of 2019...
fgump
28/11/2018
16:01
Something of a zombie stock this one. Very little volume and yet it maintains an unrealistic valuation. I wonder whether one day if IP Group will throw the towel in!
fgump
16/11/2018
12:08
Agree with the comments, this looks like a complete dog given their inability to sell their product.
steve695
15/11/2018
08:24
Feb 2014 it came to market. Nearly four years later to get to £1.6m of ARR. great work!!
fgump
15/11/2018
08:07
116m market cap for a tiny little business with no traction and having burned through tens of millions of cash to get here.
fgump
15/11/2018
07:57
Short of the century
dave4545
15/11/2018
07:25
Burned through £4m of cash in six months. Going to need to sign an awful lot of contracts before this thing ever breaks even...
fgump
01/10/2018
13:05
Going to buy when this hits 50p
steve695
25/1/2018
11:29
No one interested in this one?The price has been remarkably resilient over the last year or so, definitely going to tank at some point given the crazy valuation.
steve695
21/7/2016
15:00
My feeling from the figures and reading between the lines of the rhetoric coming from ACT is that they're finding it hard to commercialise their tech.The channel partner thing all seems a little "jam tomorrow" for my liking. How about some info on how much revenue your channel partners are generating for you ACT?
steve695
21/7/2016
14:54
Aren't N+1 Singer ACT's own broker/advisor? Always going to be bullish...
steve695
13/2/2015
14:44
I like the idea and I like the professional look of the website and company reports. My concerns with these guys are twofold: (1) Cost focus - I get the impression that the board are a little in the "we're going to be billionaires" mould and aren't particularly focussed on cost despite the current paltry revenues. Would hate to see any investment watered down by future dilution after dilution as more capital is inevitably raised. Seen this happen all too often. Hopefully the new non-execs will add some perspective here. (2) Barriers to entry - as far as I understand it the really clever thing is not the technology they use but the way they interpret the data that comes back. So it makes me wonder why any other large player in either the networks or analytics space can't reverse engineer what they are doing. After all, the technology to monitor response times for different parts of an IP network is probably 30 years old. The cost of replicating this for a company like Cisco would surely be less than it'd cost for them to acquire ACT AND they already have the customer base/sales channels in place. Any thoughts?
steve695
23/10/2014
20:53
Righto mal, best of luck with that one...
arseaboutface
29/9/2014
08:34
Finally cracked ? Quite honestly surprised how well it has held up over past few months when so many aim tech stocks have tanked with valuations compressing (Wandisco, Blur, etc etc). I remember I was so desperate to try and get into this stock at a small premium in IPO day (which I couldn't). Funny how things change. I wouldn't touch this now before it hits 1 bob.
malhashemi
19/9/2014
20:41
Price is resilient, as there are so few shares and a very small free-float, and nobody wants to sell. There was a huge demand for them at IPO. It's all about the potential which is enormous. DYOR.
arseaboutface
03/9/2014
13:37
Still Interested in this just not at this price.
steve695
21/5/2014
12:30
Should fall at some stage, £56m and they just did 272K of turnover in H1.
simon gordon
16/4/2014
11:34
Strangely resilient this one in the fave of tech malaise.. Sod's law isn't it ? My other holdings are falling and the one I am waiting on to fall so I can finally buy (ACT)
malhashemi
29/3/2014
00:16
If it goes to 50p I might be interested
hydrus
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