Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Attraqt Group Plc LSE:ATQT London Ordinary Share GB00BMJJFZ18 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 25.50 24.00 27.00 25.50 25.50 25.50 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 19.4 -4.4 -2.7 - 46

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/11/2015
12:29
To be fair re the placing price negotiations have probably been ongoing for a while. Back in Mid September for example these were 58p. At the time 52p probably looked reasonable and they weren't to foresee the subsequent price rise. I'm very encouraged by how well the market has taken this so far. As cyberbub says the question marks over funding are now removed and given the comment about being at breakeven the funds can be used for genuine expansion not just for day to day working capital/cash burn as in so many AIM placings.
webpax
12/11/2015
11:19
fair points cyberbub, agree with all what you say.
the prophet
12/11/2015
11:18
I am a bit disappointed they couldn't get the placing away at say 58-60p. But there you go. At least now we know that there are no question marks hanging over the Co. And I think the comment in today's RNS about now being at breakeven is highly positive. It means that if all goes to plan moving forward, there should be no more need for placings... certainly not for a considerable time anyway, and nowhere near the current price level hopefully!
cyberbub
12/11/2015
11:11
market reaction seems pretty positive, might even finish day neutral to up. Certainly removes any question mark of will they raise or not and have they got the cash for expansion. Market cap, post placing, is still very modest for the growth and sector.
the prophet
12/11/2015
08:58
quick calculation indicates Azini have bought a substantial number of shares in the placing, as well as acquiring 5m shares from historical investors. Azini will have c.32% of enlarged share capital, c.27m shares in issue post funding, indicates they will have c 9m shares. That would mean 5m acquired from historical investors and c.4m placing shares bought, out of a total of c.6.3m available. Think I've got me sums right! Certainly a vote of confidence. Worth looking a the Azini site and looking at their portfolio and investing criteria http://www.azini.com/
the prophet
12/11/2015
08:20
unexpected but sensible move. Cash for expansion and may also help to improve liquidity.
the prophet
12/11/2015
08:19
I do agree with Webpax that a small open offer for existing shareholders would be ideal, the issue is that there are so few of us that the company probably thought it would be quite inefficient (in time and money) to do one?
cyberbub
12/11/2015
08:06
Hardly a massive rush for the exits on open - less than 2k shares traded LOL
cyberbub
12/11/2015
07:47
They will make a very good return on their £2.5M investment IMO...
cyberbub
12/11/2015
07:30
Re: Azini: "Typically we seek to build a significant minority shareholding and expect to hold investments for around 3 to 5 years - providing additional funding if required to maximize the growth, performance and ultimate value at exit." Encouraging that they are not just going to flip these in the market, they obviously see potential in the medium term.
webpax
12/11/2015
07:24
Agree with most of your points cyberbub. Disappointed with the placing price, institutions getting in at a 25% discount to the PIs. Why did they not have an Open offer for existing holders? At least it explains why they withdrew from the recent planned investor presentation. Probably the most positive aspect for me is that the CEO is not selling any shares. He owns almost 16% (pre dilution) so it's encouraging he's not looking to cash in at this stage.
webpax
12/11/2015
07:18
Placing announced today, that was unexpected... at least they don't run a leaky ship...Looks like good news. They say they have now broken even on a monthly basis (which is very good), but want more money for more rapid expansion.Dilution level is about 25%, and the discount is also about 25%, both a bit bigger than I would have hoped. I suppose that the AIM funding situation is fairly dire at the moment.Some key directors have offloaded chunks of shares. This is not particularly negative I don't think. They already held probably too high a percentage of the company. And their shares are going to an institution who will hopefully be long-term.I expect the share price to drop a bit today, hopefully not below 60p if Mr Market sees the placing as positive for faster future returns.GLA NAI
cyberbub
10/11/2015
15:49
cheers, worth keeping an eye on their twitter feed eg , this one from 6 hours ago: ATTRAQT ‏@ATTRAQTFSM 6 hrs6 hours ago How @Prezzybox has grown since 2000 #ecommerce https://ecommercemasterplan.com/prezzybox-zak-edwards/ … - via:@ecommasterplan prezzybox is, as to be expected, another ATQT customer http://attraqt.com/showcase/casestudy/prezzybox.html
the prophet
10/11/2015
11:26
Thanks TP. Good spot.
webpax
10/11/2015
10:06
looks like the partnership deal with Yudu, signed just a few months ago, is already paying dividends, going by this tweet from Attraqt a few days ago: ATTRAQT ‏@ATTRAQTFSM 18 hrs18 hours ago Exciting news! @Screwfix Germany have launched their @ATTRAQTFSM and @YUDU catalog 🎉🎉
the prophet
06/11/2015
12:23
great drivers for Attraqt: http://internetretailing.net/2015/10/45-of-christmas-shoppers-set-to-do-their-buying-entirely-online-study/
the prophet
04/11/2015
10:48
link for Bright Station Ventures http://www.brightstation.com/bright-station-ventures.html You will see it is vehicle for D.Wagners investments. Attraqt is listed under old name (Locayta). Address is same as ATQT's address.
the prophet
04/11/2015
10:29
Bright Station is a vehicle for Dan Wagner, so I don't think it's them, also I'm pretty certain they would have to declare. It's probably either an earlier unnamed backer, probably in at peanuts, or someone who came in on the placing (50p?) and wants out for whatever reason. It certainly doesn't look like a distressed seller. Bit of news/volume will probably wash them out, but, in the meantime, it is,imo, a damn good opp to pick up stockfor not a great deal more than the original float price, but considerably further on in terms of growth, revenue, technology. Probably be valued at £50m+ if this was listed on Nasdaq, imo.
the prophet
04/11/2015
07:25
Well as the company hasn't been listed long, I assume that it is an early investor wanting to realise their investment (or part of it). I assume that it is not the directors, who probably don't need the money, and wouldn't sell at this stage anyway. Logically it must be Bright Station who seem to be a VC fund ? and who probably invested at 30p say when it was still private. The question is how many have they got left to sell?
cyberbub
03/11/2015
15:50
Main shareholders listed below, list accounts for just >90% of issued shares. Can't think the seller has too many, as has been dribbling them out for at least a few months,imo. Number of Ordinary Shares Percentage Holding Dan Wagner 4,981,700 24.15% Bright Station Ventures Ltd 4,893,000 23.72% Andre Brown 3,280,000 15.90% Alan Docter 2,086,394 10.12% John Wagner 1,417,900 6.87% David Weinberger 761,100 3.69% Paul Davenport 621,400 3.01% Other Directors Ivor Dunbar 500,000 2.42% David Stirling 95,000 0.46%
the prophet
03/11/2015
15:35
ps, note MM's are happy to give seller 64.5p, compared to touch price of 63p....
the prophet
03/11/2015
15:34
would agree with your take, cyberbub. There is a seller about, doesn't seem desperate, but takes advantage of any buys to drop a few off. Given that 90% of the shares are tightly held,this does give a decent opp. to accumulate a meaningful number of shares, as the combo of seller cleared out and +ve news from the Company could be a very strong driving force to move the share price up considerably. Also, good news from company could create a liquidity event, clear seller out and move forwards. £13m market cap looks pretty low for where they are at. imo, dyor.
the prophet
03/11/2015
15:20
There is clearly still a block seller around, and the share is so illiquid that they can't sell unless offset by the same number of buyers... as seen in the last couple of days... The good news is that they can only sell once... and the news from the company seems to be getting better and better...NAI
cyberbub
03/11/2015
12:01
another nice success story with Tesco's http://attraqt.com/showcase/casestudy/tesco-clothing.html Approaching the busy season for many of ATQT's customers, last year saw a massive increase in useof the ATQT platform, same again this year? Even more customers this time around http://uk.advfn.com/news/RNSNON/2015/article/65155406
the prophet
30/10/2015
11:29
Yep hopefully the next leg up....
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