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% 28.00 26.00 30.00 28.00 28.00 28.00 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 19.4 -4.4 -2.7 - 50

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
10/2/2016
10:31
Looking forward let's hope that the company makes £1M profit next year? At the current share price that would put us on a p/e of 12. But at 40% growth that would give us a Slater PEG Ratio of only 0.3, which should theoretically be excellent value.Who know what will happen in that time of course.GLA NAI
cyberbub
10/2/2016
09:50
Yes quite disappointing here. Let's hope 50p provides support, a market cap of £12M is maybe being seen as a bit high by Mr Market in the current environment, when the company is still only at about breakeven. Personally I see it as fair value for a company growing revenues at 40% or more p.a. But WDIK?
cyberbub
10/2/2016
09:45
hmm, another fall, presumably another large delayed sale going through. The 'decent' buy point just got a bit more, well, 'decent'!
the prophet
09/2/2016
10:21
thanks for that cyberbub, clearly a few shares knocking about, but nothing that decent news and/or results won't shift (and more) I think @55p that is a decent buy point, just 3p over the recent placing.
the prophet
09/2/2016
08:25
25k shares at 55p, 45k shares at 58p. That's all my buying limit will allow me to test...
cyberbub
08/2/2016
22:32
CyberbubRe plenty of shares, you got any ideas how many and at what price?
the prophet
08/2/2016
22:11
There seemed to still be plenty of shares left to buy today... patience..?
cyberbub
06/2/2016
14:14
Interestingly, despite a delay, I suppose we have now arrived at the recent placing price... It seems like it's a law of physics for all shares?
cyberbub
06/2/2016
10:30
I guess once they had shifted the majority of the 70K sale at 50p, there was no need to offer 'bargain prices' anymore. They won't be bothered if a few shares hang around on their books, but would prefer not to have 70K's worth sitting, so worth them doing a deal to shift 'em.
the prophet
05/2/2016
16:54
if that is a 50,000 buy, then with the 7240 buy just gone through and a few others that is, more or less, the 70,000 sale taken up, with a nice turn for the MM's for their trouble.To be fair, on an illiquid stock like ATQT I don't blame them at all.
the prophet
05/2/2016
15:45
thanks for the additional info re charging webpax, that all makes perfect sense.
the prophet
05/2/2016
15:44
50,000 @ 50.15p just gone through, seeing as share price hasn't dropped (yet!) and the 70,000 sell yesterday, I tend to think that is a buy, nice turn for the MM and buyer gets in a few pence cheaper than recent placing price.
the prophet
05/2/2016
15:44
Re charging: As this is Software as a Service a monthly fee is charged for use of the software and this is tailored to each retailer based on traffic volume and specific requirements. The Company’s business model is based on a recurring monthly service fee plus a one-off set-up fee and additional follow-on project fees. Clients sign up for a minimum of 12 months but some larger clients sign up for a longer period of 2-3 years. Monthly fees range from £1,500 to £25,000. The price comes with a volume cap, any usage above that incurs additional fees.
webpax
05/2/2016
10:33
I think most of the small 'sells' yesterday must have been buys also.
cyberbub
05/2/2016
09:58
cyberbub Good point re online shopping. Re charging according to volumes, that would make sense, esp as ATQT talk about the number of transactions on their platform. Whether the charge is totally related to transaction volume or companies are charged if they are in a certain band of expected revenue, I don't know. As ATQT charge per month, that does lend itself to some sort of usage correlation. But success of the platform means that a company extends the platform to other areas/divisions and is another good reference point. See we've had our first 'nibble' at 55p, 1,000 shares, only 44,000 to go!
the prophet
05/2/2016
08:41
Remember that online shopping in general is growing rapidly, so it's not just getting extra customers that will drive growth.I am correct in thinking that we charge our customers according to volume of transactions, don't we?
cyberbub
05/2/2016
00:15
For 2014 the revs were £2.1m and they quoted an exit rate of £2.36m, which was a fairly modest uplift on the 2014 figure.I guess if they come in anywhere around the £3m revs for 2015, then that would represent 40%+ growth in revenues.To do £5m this year would probably represent 66%+ growth, that's going it. Mind you, if they are talking about accelerating growth with the funds raised, then it may be reasonable to expect a figure north of 40%.
the prophet
04/2/2016
23:25
I think the key thing is not the full year results, but the 'exit rate' (ie. run-rate) that they usually quote which is helpful. For example, £2.8M revenues for the year, but the December exit rate might be £300K per month, or £3.6M p.a. looking forward.Personally I am hoping to see closer to a £5M+ revenue for 2016.
cyberbub
04/2/2016
16:01
cheers for the info, cyberbub. Yes, could well be a good buying opp.One would hope some interest is generated around the time of the annual results, but I'm happy to sit and wait, possibly a top up, but I may wish to see the future forecasts first. They were talking about 'accelerating' development with the recent funds, just like to see how they think that will translate into the numbers. My guess would be a muted effect this year, as there is bound to be a lag from overheads increasing due to extra sales staff and the sales those staff will bring, with a beneficial effect next year. I'm looking to see how beneficial, in terms of the forecasts.
the prophet
04/2/2016
15:45
The trade was timed today and doesn't appear to have been 'worked' over a few days, because I can buy 45k shares in one go... at 55p! Even 10k shares is 55p. The MMs will surely have to drop that a bit to get people to buy? Could be a good buying opportunity though, for people willing to wait a year or two... IMO
cyberbub
04/2/2016
15:41
They should have tried to get them placed, seeing as there were a number of institutions happy to take up shares @ 52p in the recent placing. Sounds like someone probably had a problem elsewhere and just had to liquidate something, ATQT being the unlucky 'something'. MMs will now sell 'em back and make a nice turn.
the prophet
04/2/2016
15:37
Jeez what was someone thinking? They must have been totally desperate!
cyberbub
04/2/2016
15:25
re final results, given as the overwhelming majority of revenues are monthly recurring, I don't think there is that much room for surprises, up or down. The Singer broker note last Autumn called for revs of £2.8m for 2015,with a reduced loss of £0.3m pbt. I'm sure Azini did their DD on ATQT and everything is in order. Plenty of cash now to really push on with their expansion plans.
the prophet
04/2/2016
15:14
looks like somebody was desperate, 70K sell @45p? wtf!
the prophet
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