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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
  -1.90 -5.6% 32.00 31.00 33.00 33.50 32.00 33.50 75,429 13:16:52
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 7.7 -1.3 -1.8 - 23

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26/1/2021
17:02
Calling the company fraudulent without any proof. Then watching the share price triple. Why Is john09 still here????
stars309
26/1/2021
16:54
Exactly . John was cryin in his soup that he yet again missed another opportunity . Then again from what i hear , he is debted to the eye ball
keeninvestor1
26/1/2021
16:53
You mean like some of the others you have invested in John , judging from ADVFN. How much better this chat board has been without people like you
keeninvestor1
26/1/2021
16:23
Just here to keep Northwards company . It was his request 😉
john09
26/1/2021
15:00
Those with balls doubled up at 10p and are now in profit. Where are you?
stars309
26/1/2021
14:59
Totally agree. Should have been a explanatory line.
northwards
26/1/2021
14:39
Agreed North, but this isn’t even the business model. It’s just a one off irregularity and they could have simply said. Anyone looking at the margins shouldn’t be worried as this was caused by a particularly large PPE order and we expect normalised margins to be......
billster2018
26/1/2021
14:33
Indeed. I think the company can still do better in explaining the business model.
northwards
26/1/2021
14:30
John, lol is you wanting to short this at 10p, with it now at 28.
billster2018
26/1/2021
14:29
That’s the answer then. But isn’t this the perfect sort of point that they could have included in their update. Then everyone would be in the know and we would buy more, safe in the knowledge that normalised margins are x.
billster2018
26/1/2021
14:20
Another 5p and we are back at 2011 prices !!!!!!!!!!! 10 years lollll
john09
26/1/2021
14:03
Another 20 pence northwards and you’ll be flat on a 12 month view lol
john09
26/1/2021
13:49
I think Mighty Pedro has answered the gross margin question. Due to significant PPE orders outside of our supplier network that had a much lower margin.
northwards
26/1/2021
12:38
North, is it not what I sent yesterday, that ALT was ramping up for an awesome 2020 and had hired accordingly. Then the pandemic happened, but ALT by this point had not been able to restructure everything? I seem to remember that you were consistently updating the group on new hires. Also, surely the low margin is simply due to the poor Rev numbers and every incremental dollar of revs will have a much higher margin on it.
billster2018
26/1/2021
10:27
I think that makes sense.
northwards
26/1/2021
09:54
And also bear in mind, going forward, overheads will increase compared to h1 as staff salaries revert to normal and there is no guarantee of a govt subsidy we saw in the 1st half.
northwards
26/1/2021
09:48
One thing that is confusing me is the big drop in gross profit levels from c 90 to 55 percent. Anyone have a take on that? It's a massive drop.
northwards
26/1/2021
08:58
Has anyone done a deep dive on PEBB’s client base and checked why they have faired better during the pandemic? I know that PEBB seem to be a more organised outfit and are able to get up to the minute data (wouldn’t that be a joy?). But, that should just mean that our results as good as there’s but a little delayed (which they aren’t). So I wonder, have they got a client base that for some reason was more resilient to the pandemic, eg they ordered more PPE, they were less reliant on mass gatherings to offer their products? Just a thought
billster2018
25/1/2021
23:37
But north in a pandemic I'd say the result are bloody marvellous
keeninvestor1
25/1/2021
23:01
Altitude losses widen in H1 on lower margins25 January 2021 | 08:47amStockMarketWire.com - Promotional products marketplace Altitude reports wider losses in the first half of the year loss as lower margins offset an increase in revenue. For the six months to 30 September 2020, the company reported a pre-tax loss of £0.6 million from a profit of £0.4 million seen a year earlier, while revenue rose 36% to £4.4 million. Gross margin fell to 57% from 92%, reflecting lower margins on AIM Smarter group buy activities, the company said. 'Since the acquisition of AIM in 2019, we have worked tirelessly to develop the foundation and strategy of the business and have driven significant growth in both revenue and profit,' it added.
northwards
25/1/2021
22:58
Altitude Group PLC - Sheffield-based firm operating a marketplace for personalised products - Reports a pretax loss of GBP601,000 for the six months ended September 30, a wider loss than the GBP427,000 pretax loss for the six months ended June 30, 2019. The company has moved its year-end date. Reports revenue of GBP4.4 million for the half-year ended September, up from revenue of GBP3.3 million for the six months ended June 2019. However, cost of sales rises to GBP1.9 million from GBP261,000, resulting in a lower GBP2.5 million gross profit compared to GBP3.0 million previously and subsequently a wider loss.
northwards
25/1/2021
20:50
Well let's face it if two directors buy that's a huge vote of faith as they don't need to Directors wouldn't buy unless they felt price of purchase was way understated I disagree about fair price This stocks share price is based on potential simple as that And there is nothing unusual about that in a stock like this
keeninvestor1
25/1/2021
20:44
Quite possibly. Wouldn't be surprised to see a rns of two on director buying in the next few days. Feels to me that we're at fair value now until more progress can be seen.
northwards
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