Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Albert Technologies Ltd LSE:ALB London Ordinary Share IL0011354904 ORD NIS0.01 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 8.00 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
6.50 9.25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 4.61 -12.64 -15.00 8
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 8.00 GBX

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Posted at 27/1/2023 08:20 by Albert Technologies Daily Update
Albert Technologies Ltd is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ALB. The last closing price for Albert Technologies was 8p.
Albert Technologies Ltd has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
The 1 year high share price is 0p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0p.
There are currently 99,804,418 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Albert Technologies Ltd is £7,984,353.44.
Posted at 16/7/2019 12:23 by smithless
Bakunin, I totally agree with you. I hate the management of companies that call GM's to delist, mostly based on dishonest reasons. ALB don't have to delist and its reasons are suspect. I have seen a lot of delisting over the years and fortunately, I have only been impacted by a few. I have only seen one which didn't get the 75% required to delist (I and others fought hard as the management only had a smallholding and inst inv were so fed up with managements lies), which later went on to delist anyway, because it couldn't issue its accounts under aim rules and later on went bust - more than one way to delist. The thing with delisting, its 75% of the votes cast at the GM, not 75% of the shares in issue. So if Or Shani and his mates have say 50% of the allocated shares and only 80% in total bother to vote, the board will get its 75% - unfortunately, this scenario happens more often than not!
Posted at 16/7/2019 11:43 by bakunin
I could agree with everything you said apart from the final sentence.
That makes it sound like you are one of the "beneficiaries" who want to "convince" shareholders to just accept this theft as bad luck.
Why should investors just move on and let the company's technology be picked up for a song?
ALB still have plenty of cash and the technology is substantially developed.
WAND is a perfect case study in adapting cash spend at the same stage of evolution.
The fact is that the company "owners" are intent on theft.
In fact, they will only get away with this because of the corrupt British stock market nominee system.
Any PI with shares in a nominee account will find that they are voting in favour of what the "owners" want irrespective of their wishes or what they attempt to do.
Has anyone ever actually seen accountability for votes cast in a shareholder vote?
Look at the Articles of Association of a typical company and you will find that they count hands raised!

Posted at 16/7/2019 06:46 by blueball
Another 1p share.
Posted at 10/4/2019 18:18 by rambutan2
Overhang cleared as PE backer sells final tranche, with Mr Griffiths taking them:


Posted at 14/3/2019 20:13 by hausofmaus
There is a very good video with CEO here: hTTps:// I don't think making the money last is a priority for them, as it's a landgrab now. Last raise was at 37p though. I strongly expect them to be bought out at some stage. A bit odd that they are on Aim at all (historical reasons I suppose), but lucky for us as we can grab a share of the pie!Move up in past few days triggered by a large transaction (buy, I guess) a couple of days back. Exciting times again!
Posted at 24/1/2019 17:15 by cf456
Strong move up today and good continued momentum.

At this rate the price will be back at 40p and above fairly swiftly.

Posted at 10/1/2019 15:03 by rambutan2
So that was Richard Griffiths taking the 500k at 23p yesterday, to take his stake over 10%.

Posted at 27/9/2018 15:11 by fillipe
Chairman bought yesterday and today the Chief Revenue Officer at ALB has taken (wow!) 214k shares....serious money, so perhaps the downward drift is reversing.

Quite some "Initial Notification"... Note it was bought in US$ dollars, with the stated Sterling equivalent of 28p.

Also to note the Chairman's family member bought yesterday...a 50k lot, in addition to the existing family holding.


Posted at 30/7/2018 14:37 by hausofmaus

(From Friday 26/7/18)

...there remain some standout opportunities for investors when it comes to UK companies, according to Cantor Fitzgerald Europe, particularly further down the market cap spectrum.

Below, analysts at the group identify their highest conviction stock ideas for the second half of 2018....

Kevin Ashton, technology analyst – chosen stock: Albert Technologies

Market cap: £40m

Current share price: 38p

Target price: 80p

"Albert is the first mover in the field of AI-based marketing automation. It has built a game-changing AI/ML based Virtual Campaign Manager that optimises a campaign's return on investment in a way far beyond the capabilities of a human operative, and at significantly lower cost.

"With ad-spend coming back in house as brands reclaim their data, the market backdrop could not be more propitious. Albert has seen a significant ramp up in MRR over 2017 coupled with further contract and pilot momentum in 2018."

Posted at 05/12/2017 11:46 by paxman
Interesting sales update. Must be doing around $ 250,000 of SaaS revenue per month now. So up near 120% over last 6 months. If they can keep that growth up next year then $ 540,000 in June 2018 and $ 1.1 m in Dec 2018. So should be profitable by end of next year at $ 13 m or more of revenue.

Breq over at Stocko.... estimates a market cap of 5 times revenue at end of 2018. That's £ 50 m - a share price of 80 p. She of all people should know.

Maybe I should take her thinking and enter a 2018 share competition.

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