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ALT Altitude Group Plc

32.00
0.00 (0.00%)
27 Feb 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Altitude Group Plc LSE:ALT London Ordinary Share GB00B0LSFV82 ORD 0.4P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 32.00 31.00 33.00 32.00 32.00 32.00 40,935 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Advertising, Nec 18.76M 390k 0.0055 58.18 22.76M
Altitude Group Plc is listed in the Advertising sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ALT. The last closing price for Altitude was 32p. Over the last year, Altitude shares have traded in a share price range of 26.70p to 52.00p.

Altitude currently has 71,135,730 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Altitude is £22.76 million. Altitude has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 58.18.

Altitude Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
26/2/2024
20:46
Seemingly not insiders.
seangwhite
23/2/2024
16:31
Any ideas on the sudden flurry of buying ...
northwards
23/2/2024
09:18
Doesn’t take much money to jump it around. Pocket money really.

Series of 10000 share buys. Thats not a pi surely.

yump
21/2/2024
15:51
Can feel a bit of blue coming soon.
northwards
21/2/2024
09:38
Zeus has £2m pre tax pencilled for the FY starting April. That puts us on a forward PE of just under 10. And Doesn't account for significant Gear Shop growth.
northwards
21/2/2024
08:59
Agreed 100% Dave me

It’s a paradox isn’t it that if the bidding round for gear shop is a great success and management secure good contracts especially with large colleges that it will demand a fund raising. The market as it is for this incredibly illiquid stock is suggesting that the company is actually doing well 😂🤨
S

sweenoid
20/2/2024
17:19
It needs a good trading update to stop this relentless fall. Also a definitive statement, one way or the other, regarding a fund raising is required to stop the speculation hitting the share price.
daveme
20/2/2024
14:41
A few nibbles coming in at this level. Trading update can't be too far off.
northwards
19/2/2024
15:52
All northwards does is “suspect”;

Go back and read his posts . Like some mental old woman suspecting

john09
19/2/2024
15:46
If there is a fund raise to drive expansion, big holders will be stealing stock at sub 25 I suspect.
northwards
19/2/2024
15:00
Major holders might also buy at this level, like they have again and again in the past. Huge upside at this price, share price likely returns to 50p and above with another positive update.
stars309
18/2/2024
16:28
I hope any rally is not a green light for major shareholders to unload as per usual.
maltrko
18/2/2024
14:02
Just another 6 weeks. You’ve held it 6 years lol
john09
18/2/2024
09:47
Year end is less than 6 weeks away. Would hope / imagine we'll get a trading update around then.
northwards
14/2/2024
17:29
The price needs to get above 37p soon otherwise chart is pointing to a return to 20p. This has been a waste of time and will continue to be so until we can break and stay above 57-60. The opportunity cost of owning this has been horrific.
maltrko
09/2/2024
20:35
Great info from this BB poster
seangwhite
09/2/2024
12:38
? Strange post - what’s your issue ?
yump
09/2/2024
10:29
Until it goes back to 50p Then you go missing again Crying into your cornflakes
stars309
08/2/2024
19:12
Current price +- a few pence won’t matter if they land a couple of larger colleges. Then it will be round 2 - ie. after the float and plummet. Probably a few folk left from that. It was clearly over-priced.

There are complaints about our market, but certainly on AIM, there have been countless overvalued floats, presumably pumped up by brokers as the next big thing.

Shame because the ones that are actually sound and have a chance of being that, get taken down as well. An overpriced good one leaves a load of wreckage behind it, even if it delivers and recovers in a more realistic valuation period.

Its almost as if every few years, some new investors have a go at AIM in excitement, lose a chunk, get put off and stop buying. Then its a wait for the next lot with some cash.

yump
08/2/2024
16:38
Junk number 1
john09
08/2/2024
16:38
PE IS NOT 10!!
john09
08/2/2024
16:23
Perhaps. share price looking appealing at this level. PE now around 10.
northwards
08/2/2024
16:10
Seems that the market has no real interest in small caps like ALT and I suspect it will be possible to buy lower in the next week.
seangwhite
07/2/2024
16:25
Well another few weeks and it will possibly be too late to get any at this price. Given the rubbish market, the chances are that larger gear shop contracts are not priced in at all and won’t be until they appear.

Imo The delay between interims and the next group of contracts has put the shares in the doldrums. Nobody likes radio silence, even if its known that there’s unlikely to be anything to say. Time flies though.

yump
07/2/2024
11:22
Yep

Last years ‘general’; trading statement was on February 14 and was bullish the second trading statement and further bullish news on the ‘contract wins’ which were primarily for Gear Sop came on March 28th.

I would be disappointed if we didn’t get a repeat this year so am expecting an update in the next 2 weeks which may give a clue on college wins ( unlikely but it would be nice) but will concentrate on those gear shops now already open and the rest of the trading and important onboarding.

S

sweenoid
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