Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Arcontech Group LSE:ARC London Ordinary Share GB00BDBBJZ03 ORD GBP0.125
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 67.00p 66.00p 68.00p 67.00p 67.00p 67.00p 827 07:53:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 2.1 0.4 0.0 2,233.3 8.39

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/7/2017
12:58
Last time trading update/prelim year end to 30.06.16 was announced on 10.08.2016. Not long to wait for the update now :) Some decent sized trades gone through today...good luck all !
multibagger
29/6/2017
15:57
A maiden Dividend of 1p ps would sound quite appropriate and well within the companies means to pay it,but we shall see.Looking forward to the next Trading update to see what progress has been made.
baticle
29/6/2017
12:34
FWIW, I've pencilled in 1p this year and 1.5p next but have no idea and it isn't forecast by FinnCap. I like the growth and income potential here and can see the potential for a steadily rising payout ratio leading to dividend growth ahead of EPS growth. I'm hoping that a few years down the line, after establishing a sufficient cash buffer to make their target customer base sufficiently confident, we might eventually get to JIM or BVXP levels (2/3 of EPS). I look at cash differently than others here. I subtract the deferred income from the cash balance to arrive at "free cash".
gsbmba99
29/6/2017
07:22
Good morning all :) Nice to see a sharp comeback in share price after recent non-specific fall in share price...people taking / building a stake before Aug trading update and potential announcement of dividends. If dividends are announced and given that ARC are ultra conservative and risk averse, I would expect a minimum dividend of 1.0 to 1.2p per share - this would leave abundant dividend cover. Any thoughts ? Good luck all !
multibagger
27/6/2017
07:45
Agreed multibagger ... any new contracts fall mainly to the bottom line as a large proportion of the costs are fixed and once you eliminate 'Cash Burn' from a company even if the profits are small to begin with it allows management to focus on growth but also has a positive effect on the share price Just been looking at ZOO digital Results.....interesting
baticle
27/6/2017
07:30
Sounds like we have some investing common ground Baticle...I have been here for around the same length of time approximately. Onwards and upwards, I got the impression that the management were not going to make announcements of contracts less than £100k per year...so we could have been accumulating a few of these sub £100k contracts and as investors none the wiser as yet. Long game for me, so happy with the way things are developing :) Roll on August.... Good luck all !
multibagger
27/6/2017
06:49
Hi multibagger... I've actually held for about 4 years here buying at 0.12p and just followed the company steadily and quietly over the years as it makes up a part of my portfolio. Being a bit of a techie geek I like the story here with what now is a sustainable profit and as mentioned Cash on the books ,I tend to be more vocal on the Distil BB, I will be looking forward to possibly a maiden Dividend here and news of more growth & contracts.
baticle
26/6/2017
19:41
Hi Baticle....welcome on board...haven't see you here before ! If my reading of the tealeaves are right...more than likely that we'll get a maiden dividend announcement in Aug. Strong, debt free, profit making company and can't blame the Chief Executive wanting to have a bigger stake :)
multibagger
26/6/2017
16:41
Between the directors themselves they own a fair chunk of the Co. and looks like they still want more, not a bad sign at all.
baticle
26/6/2017
16:30
Another resounding vote of confidence by the Chief Executive demonstrated by a further chunky purchase :) Good luck all !
multibagger
26/6/2017
13:59
Arcontech (AIM: ARC), the provider of products and services for real-time financial market data processing and trading, announces that it has received notification that Matthew Jeffs, Chief Executive of the Company, purchased 20,000 ordinary shares of £0.125 ("Ordinary Shares") at an average price of 61.48 pence per share (the "Transaction").
janeann
09/6/2017
09:13
I've been watching it carefully. It's been a series of sells at successively lower prices. Similar thing happened to MAB1 where the bid went from 475p to 370p in a matter of days on low volume sell orders without a buyer. At 52-55p, it's trading below the 55-59p it traded at following the "significantly exceed" statement with the results. It looked attractively priced so I bought a few more.
gsbmba99
09/6/2017
08:57
MM games I guess - nothing wrong with the company or prospects. For us long termers, another buying opportunity if we are not packed to the rafters with ARC already :) Could be a big order to fill....and election debacle the vehicle to drive down the price....
multibagger
09/6/2017
08:53
No idea, I guess no news is bad news - markets don't like months of silence? Market cap of £6.2m and cash in bank of £2m+ (IIRC), profitable on licenses alone (new business goes to bottom line), dividends anticipated... what's not to like? Something rather similar happened over at G4M a few days ago. MMs trying to fill a huge order coincided with a dramatic drop. Don't know if cause and effect though. ARC shares are extremely tightly held, hence low liquidity. IMO bargain time! GLA!
cbootle
09/6/2017
08:32
anyone a view why this has been so hard hit recently?
janeann
27/5/2017
19:02
well its still here over 2 years after that article - it was pretty hard hitting .... 'an insignificant entity that really has no place on the stock market,' that has more than doubled since the article was written.
janeann
27/5/2017
16:55
I did raise the issue of covering ARC with Shares in their Under the Bonnet column and they pointed me in the direction of their coverage about 18 months previous to Dec 2016, when I had exchanged emails with them. They are pretty full of themselves as you will see from their belittling write up ! This is the link they sent me... hxxps://www.sharesmagazine.co.uk/news/shares/arcontech-shares-soar It hardly matters what they think, as the market thinks otherwise - so much for self proclaimed experts. The City has no shortage of such wannabes.
multibagger
27/5/2017
16:40
I just happen to have opportunity to read it - and wanted to read the bit on prsm so came across the bit on idea - so was just making you aware! Never see anything on arc - that's a pity as a bit wider awareness might give it a lift. although quite happy with my holding here.
janeann
26/5/2017
07:10
Hi Janeann, though I subscribe to Shares it is to gain ideas about companies to research. I pay little or no attention to their prompts to buy,hold or sell. Their buying/selling decisions are often quite poor IMHO.
multibagger
25/5/2017
13:17
o/t Thanks multi - I note today idea is in shares mag as 'take profits'!
janeann
16/5/2017
08:51
A few small trades coming in...they all add up nevertheless. We'll be back in the 70s before long :) Janeann, O/T New share price high at IDEA - I took another 45650 this morning at a premium: 94p. I won't rule out £1.20 by the end of the calendar year at the rate at which they are signing new contracts.
multibagger
10/5/2017
17:25
Sarah Wisbey PDMR cashing in her options - £23k profit. Just outside the capital gains for a couple limit.....I note.
multibagger
09/5/2017
06:55
Thanks multi - I am quite happy there too - my largest holding by far. Thanks for the thoughts on idea - I did hold and bought a small few back recently. will have another look; must be due an update soon - last year 18 may.
janeann
09/5/2017
06:31
FAO Janeann... O/T Just been going through the phenomenal success story of ACSO on the BB thread and glad that you are still holding. Spud must be one happy man, amongst many others :) I got the feeling that a similar story maybe repeated in the fortunes of IDEA given the rate at which they are expanding across a range of sectors, geographies and are signing contracts....and at 90p there is plenty of scope I would think and not too late to get back in ! DoI: I hold IDEA
multibagger
08/5/2017
18:44
Isa2020, I wouldn't read too much into it - sometimes the first 20 minutes of trading can be erratic/volatile before the froth settles in terms of price. The shares are tightly held, so can move up or down on low volumes. If you observe the share price and volume chart on the top, you will see that the shareprice upward moves are supported by big volumes and the drops are on small volumes. The market makers are trying to hoover up shares by dropping the price to shake out weaker holders/short term traders. They will continue to do this to try and panic weak holders...but at some point despite the wild price swings in share price, the MMs can't pick up further shares and then the share price will start its upwards march once again. The medium to long term trend for ARC is definitely up at the moment and the share price today movement was totally expected. We may drop another couple of pence before consolidating and hopefully move upwards on some contract award news. Good to see PDMR buying activity(recently) and options exercise today ...a no brainer really. ARC is a buy and hold for me - I am not interested in trying to make a few pennies, when there is a lot more upside gain to be had. Good luck :)
multibagger
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