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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
16/4/2005
22:11
wasnt there talk of at bid at 15p somewhere ???
chapman123
16/4/2005
22:06
was hoping would build on 7p not fall back toward 4p clearly cheap if the can get it right two seasons in a row fingers crossed for results at end of month
chapman123
24/3/2005
14:32
Never trust the chart.
mark c graham
24/3/2005
14:03
On the other hand, perhaps the bid is back on?
barnetpeter
21/3/2005
18:54
From the chart, looks like it was all a rumour and going back to 5p.
barnetpeter
10/3/2005
00:42
Rumour of the day Maurice and Michael Bennett, the entrepreneurs who made about £7 million from the sale of Phase Eight, are rumoured to be considering a bid for Actif Group, steady at 7p, the AIM-listed retailer and wholesaler that owns the licence for Elle clothing. The shares have risen 44 per cent since the start of February.
barnetpeter
09/3/2005
22:52
Not in these myself but for your information link below for the times. Enter Actif in top left hand corner and see latest rumour, should make you happy. http://www.timesonline.co.uk/
barnsey
02/3/2005
11:07
results due 31/03 they had good first half last year with autum range perhaps they could have good summer range in the same year and 10p would look cheap then in my opinion esp with mkt cap at 4.5M they were tipped about 12 months ago in shares mag clearly a kiss of death
chapman123
02/3/2005
10:58
couple of buys moved it 10% on big ish and one small MM clearly want to get this away even with no news
chapman123
18/2/2005
14:44
Here she goes again? Always about this time. When a stock moves like this day after day and the mm's offer a generous bid .....
barnetpeter
17/2/2005
12:58
Thanks Tony - somethings up?
barnetpeter
17/2/2005
11:47
Looking better now! Well done bp.
tonyx
16/2/2005
19:46
Looking good now BP. Not yet bought back in but I am encouraged by the recent upward trend.
tonyx
16/2/2005
19:44
Up again today. Looking very interesting. See this link for chart analysis from fingers at post 3070: http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=8031627&from=3054
barnetpeter
15/2/2005
20:03
Another solid 5% rally. I am looking for this to rally up to the previous 7.5p level.
barnetpeter
14/2/2005
16:49
I hope so. This has had me tearing my hair out. I'm bald now but maybe i can afford awig if this goes back to 10p.
marketshaker
14/2/2005
14:10
think the corner been turned with directors buying heavuily last week can see it getting back to the 8-10p levels before too long...
chapman123
14/2/2005
11:04
Nice rally again today with more nosey buying and the bid back at 5p.
barnetpeter
03/2/2005
19:20
bp, Not holding at the mo-sold out a week or so before the first profits warning last year. Looking more interesting now though! Is there a predator in the wings? PS-I take it you mean market cap £3m (not £3!)
tonyx
03/2/2005
19:16
Tonyx - I think this is around the bottom of the range and the CEO and other directors can see that business is improving. Tiny cap of £3. Hold on in there.
barnetpeter
03/2/2005
19:06
Hi bp, Well those buys correspond with the 933K X trade yesterday. Im surprised the price didn't move today ,though.
tonyx
03/2/2005
18:44
David Brock, chairman of Actif Group PLC bought 733,333 shares in the company at 4.5 pence per share, lifting his stake to 1.73 mln shares or 2.6 pct of the issued equity. The company also said Lindsay Page bought 200,000 ordinary shares at 4.5 pence each, lifting his holding to 266,667 shares or 0.4 pct.
barnetpeter
27/1/2005
22:24
Comments from the CEO: 1. The impact that the collapse of Allders will have on Actif Group will depend on the future of the individual stores. We have very minimal debt exposure to Allders as all our trading with them was fully insured up until this credit insurance was pulled a week ago, and we immediately stopped further stock deliveries after that point to minimise our risk without breaching our contract with them. Going forward, if all Allders stores cease trading then we would lose the future contribution we could make through the 4 Elle concessions we have, but this represents a very low proportion of turnover and Group profits. Our expectation is that at least 2 of the stores we are in will continue trading. Any future trading will depend on guarantees from the administrator and future owner about the security of our assets: cash, stock, fixtures etc 2. The comparison with ASOS is not valid. We are building a designer fashion brand, whilst ASOS are making cheap, quick copies of celebrity styles - a good idea certainly, but not one that is difficult to copy if it proves to be successful. I am still not convinced that clothing is a natural product to be sold over the internet, as it is best sold in an environment where the product can be touched, examined closely and tried on to understand sizing, shape and fabrication. The high proportion of customer returns associated with clothes shopping over the internet present significant logistical problems and you need to be sure of getting the right scale of business to cover the high set up costs and operational costs. One for the future still we think.
barnetpeter
26/1/2005
14:34
If this lot get a web concern going, the shareprice may rise just on all the excitement caused by asos and ideal. good risk:reward well spotted BP
artful dodger
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