Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Augmentum Fintech Plc LSE:AUGM London Ordinary Share GB00BG12XV81 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.00 0.83% 121.00 49,116 11:11:45
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
117.50 119.50 121.00 118.50 121.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial -3.80 -2.20 217
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
11:39:49 O 11 117.70 GBX

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Augmentum Fintech Daily Update: Augmentum Fintech Plc is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AUGM. The last closing price for Augmentum Fintech was 120p.
Augmentum Fintech Plc has a 4 week average price of 85p and a 12 week average price of 85p.
The 1 year high share price is 174p while the 1 year low share price is currently 85p.
There are currently 179,521,425 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 262,084 shares. The market capitalisation of Augmentum Fintech Plc is £217,220,924.25.
ram376s: gdr share. Popish
rimau1: NAV of £1.55 before the external market meltdown, so even if we take the 2021 NAV of £1.30 the recent markdown is unjustified. £60m of cash means no further raises and plenty of firepower to deploy cash at lower prices whilst the top 10 holdings are profitable or have a cash runway of 17 months or more. I tucked these away last week under £1 and will add on further downwards volatility. Target price £1.30
strollingmolby: Tim Levene speaks to Investors Chronicle in this podcast - Https:// Episode Description Fintech has boomed in recent years but a flood of money into the sector has spurred concern that some companies will struggle to grow into lofty valuations as the economic environment gets more challenging. On the podcast this week, Tim Levene, chief executive officer at Augmentum Fintech (AUGM) tells the IC’s Mary McDougall how he avoids overpaying for companies, how he’s helping them prepare for tougher fundraising conditions and how the invested part of the fund has achieved an internal rate of return of over 20 per cent since its launch in 2018. They also discuss what threat neo brokers pose to traditional investment platforms, the prospects for digital assets and to what extent the Wirecard scandal has cast a shadow over the German fintech scene. Augmentum Fintech is the only publicly-listed fintech fund in the UK, with assets of £267mn invested across 24 holdings in the UK and Europe.
trekker60: FWIW, as far as I can see, AQC888's recent AUGM posts have in fact been pretty much on the money, at last as far as share price short-term direction of travel is concerned. But either way, not sure what calling someone a 'total loser' really adds to anyone's knowledge base. Hopefully this 'chat' board is not going to degenerate into another 'slagging off' board - there are enough of those around already!
aqc888: From my research I’d expect a short sharp shock, with the bottom at about 3weeks after the invasion followed by a rapid rebound. Augmentum is very sensitive indeed to wider issues and has a good portfolio with plenty of cash coming from ii to increase support for existing holdings - on great terms - should a market rout take place. I’ll be looking to increase my holding on what I sold a few weeks back at 1.49, I’m expecting share price to bottom at around 100p if there is a rout due to Russia situation.
trekker60: AQC888: Food for thought. Think I'm going to hedge my bets and sell half and hold half. I've never had much luck trying to be too clever jumping in and out of shares - all my best investments over the years have been 'buy and tuck away' - but AUGM is probably my riskiest holding at the moment so maybe play safe for now. PS: I'm only a small private investor to whichever way I jump will have zero effect on the AUGM share price!
aqc888: I just sold them again now from my and my kids accounts! Augmentum seem to suffer exponentially badly when markets fall. Funnily I picked some up at 60p in pandemic when they dramatically fell. Meta falling 25% today, a Russian invasion at anytime, along with interest rates going up later... I’m sure in worst case scenario I’ll be able to buy them back again at same price. But I’d say they could return to 120 again at the end of the month. I also like Frontier IP which is similar (early stage companies) the share price there seems a bit weak and I feel might fall further. But I’m going to hold out for a while and reinvest when the next opportunity presents itself in whichever Augmentum/Frontier appears as the best opportunity. I expect Frontier to similarly fall dramatically should the market panic
trekker60: AQC888: "The sell off of ii could not have come at a better time" Like your decision to sell AUGM in December and buy back in January! Good call - wish I'd made the same one, although I did at least top up with a few more at £1.20 to level out my original buy-in at £1.41. Can I just pick your brains and those of anyone else with a view about what you think might come next? My assessment/feeling, FWIW, is that the current £1.50 share price is probably now about right in terms of balancing risk and potential reward ahead of, hopefully, an eventual creep back up to £1.60 and beyond if AUGM can continue to find more winners than losers and Ukraine doesn't explode.
apollocreed1: @Trekker60- There's only one major factor affecting tech investments and that's rising yields. AUGM is an investor in Fintech companies that are valued based on high growth rates of discounted cash flows. The discount rate used to reach a net present value has risen and therefore the value of the AUGM portfolio has to go down.
aqc888: ii was probably the least risky asset of the Augmentum portfolio, a lot of the other holdings look promising but in fields I know little about. So often good ideas in fintech get outpaced by newer rivals or bigger players moving into the space. I’ve taken profits and shall be keeping a close eye on Augmentum to re invest. Can see the share price falling a bit from here. They’ve had a good run in a risky field
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