Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Amino Technologies Plc LSE:AMO London Ordinary Share GB00B013SN63 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.50 -1.14% 130.00 258,275 16:01:57
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
129.00 131.00 131.50 130.00 131.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 77.23 3.48 4.04 32.2 99
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:42:04 O 10,000 130.00 GBX

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Amino Technologies Daily Update: Amino Technologies Plc is listed in the Technology Hardware & Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AMO. The last closing price for Amino Technologies was 131.50p.
Amino Technologies Plc has a 4 week average price of 119p and a 12 week average price of 115p.
The 1 year high share price is 152p while the 1 year low share price is currently 108.50p.
There are currently 76,048,513 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 129,625 shares. The market capitalisation of Amino Technologies Plc is £98,863,066.90.
simon gordon: New non-exec - 19/1/21: Steve Oetegenn is an industry leader in the online video, pay TV and digital security sectors, with over 30 years' experience, who brings deep expertise of the interplay between software and media. Across his career, Steve has worked with global pay TV providers, government agencies, global banks, Fortune 500 companies and Hollywood studios. From 2014 to 2020 Steve was President of Verimatrix, a provider of revenue security solutions to the pay TV and on-line video industry. Under Steve's stewardship Verimatrix was acquired in 2019 for a total consideration of $145 million by Inside Secure. Steve's previous roles include COO of MediaSec Technologies LLC, a pioneer and leader in the field of digital watermarking, and COO of Argus Systems Group, a leading provider of Internet server security software. Steve was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2020 annual VideoTech Innovation Awards program. Steve Oetegenn , said: "Amino Technologies is at a pivotal moment in its development as it pursues software-led growth to address the convergence of the Pay TV and streaming markets. Amino has an ambitious and innovative team with a great culture that I am excited to become a part of. I've seen the global Pay TV and streaming sector grow significantly during my years in the industry, and Amino is ideally placed to take advantage of the evolving market opportunity in front of it. I'm looking forward to joining the rest of the Board in accelerating Amino's growth and delivering on its strategy." Karen Bach, Chair and Non-Executive Director of Amino Technologies plc, said: "We're delighted to be welcoming someone as experienced in our sector as Steve to our Board. Steve is an experienced leader of the pay TV industry, with global expertise and extensive insight in delivering innovative software-led solutions in the sector. As Amino Technologies continues to grow, we will value having Steve's wealth of knowledge and keen instinct for innovation on our Board."
sphere25: That's a very teasing chart now with the price currently at 133.5p. A couple of market makers have shifted higher and the price is flirting with that next leg higher.
sphere25: Settling down now after that rush of buying in the morning. It looks like the price is making it's first significant bullish move in a while, particularly as it has been backed by substantial volume and the largest since 2012. The recent trading update and bullish forward financial projections (as per Simon Gordon's post: $250m revenue including 70% recurring $175m software and services revenue by 2025) have clearly resulted in the substantial institutional buying in what now appears to have been the clearing of M&G and any other sellers who have held the price back. These sellers have been partly responsible for the move down in the price from around that 150p in July last year. It takes a while to find the liquidity to sell millions when the daily volume can be next to nothing. I suspect we are headed back to test those levels, but noted that there are alot of quick profit takers here today grabbing a small percent, so unsure if it has been tipped on a social media site or chat room etc. These large institutional buyers (more holding rns to follow shortly) will mop them up and allow the price to push on. It remains to be seen how the longer term will pan out or whether that 150 resistance will break in the early part of this year. IF the institutions really get behind this, then it could get interesting but a move toward that 150p mark doesn't look excessive in light of where the price was trading previously, bullish recent news and substantial institutional buying. All imo DYOR EDIT: Pershing Securities Limited have bought, crossed the 3% threshold so that's the third institutional buyer recently. Market makers are farting about, dropping the bid but not allowing buying.
essentialinvestor: Simon, many thanks for this. AMO used to be hotter than Mercury way back in the day.
masurenguy: Me too - looks like AMO is gaining some momentum !
sev22: Following today's late share price rise AMO has smashed through its 100 day moving average and is now a strong buy.
sphere25: There they are, large trades (just printed). That must be a bullish sign in terms of clearing sellers and allowing the price a chance to rally now. 2.4m and 1.5m amongst others. Re-rate time? All imo DYOR
simon gordon: Hi Sphere, Battle for Investment Survival - like you say, slow and steady. I'm hoping AMO pop to 140/150p area once M&G cleared. BoD sound confident going forward and new software strategy could put rocket boosters on the share over coming years. There's a new AMO thread with a clearer header - see here: Https://
sphere25: Sounds like a real war Simon Gordon. Ten-hut! Interesting post and well worth the attention. Slow and steady is always the way imo. Easy to step on a grenade when chasing mass riches very quickly. Looking at overhang plays as the new year begins, which ties in with the post above. There are opportunities presented by markets from time to time where liquidity plays a part, highlighted loads of these already. Looking at the recent trading activity at AMO and interesting to see some large buying coming in with Kestrel and Chelverton helping to clear sellers out. If M&G are the main seller here, could get a bullish move here soon. They might have somewhere around that 2 million mark to go. A few shifts happening with the ones that are still being held back imo. LIT popped nicely to about 67 so a nice one for the sharp traders. Come back to close at 66p yesterday with Premier Miton still acting as a seller. CAPD has started to move but still hard to say how much of Burton's holding has been cleared. Bullish that River and Mercantile added back as they were trimming before the placing so could have been another big overhang on the shares. Even highly speculative mega risk AGL has popped higher after the well publicised Jupiter overhang debacle. Have added RBGP to the list of overhang plays, interesting chart and possible short term play on break of 60p. The big issue there appears (in light of strong buying recently which would have ordinarily moved the price) to be Premier Miton again who held a substantial 15.73% as at 30th Sep 2020 so unsure how that plays out, suspect it will need at least one bullish statement. Purely short term trading technical views on the majority and usually really want to see key marks break before taking positions (sometimes a perceived overhang can be a precursor to bad news). All even more wider market dependent from now on too as there is alot going on with further lockdowns (W recession?) and overbought technicals. All imo DYOR
essentialinvestor: Would feel more comfortable if someone here did Not like AMO!. Added a small amount.
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