Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Avast Plc LSE:AVST London Ordinary Share GB00BDD85M81 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  7.80 1.36% 580.00 2,743,074 16:35:18
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
577.80 578.20 581.00 566.40 571.20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 653.08 172.83 12.43 47.4 5,972
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:16:40 O 56 575.696 GBX

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Avast Daily Update: Avast Plc is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AVST. The last closing price for Avast was 572.20p.
Avast Plc has a 4 week average price of 490.60p and a 12 week average price of 428.10p.
The 1 year high share price is 611.20p while the 1 year low share price is currently 418.20p.
There are currently 1,029,586,270 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,173,083 shares. The market capitalisation of Avast Plc is £5,971,600,366.
scepticalinvestor: absolute dog of a share this lolshould have dumped at 500p...aah hindsight
sw1angel: Interesting (positive) analysis based on ROCE hxxps://
sw1angel: Surprised there’s not more activity here . . . Price has moved sideways for the past 6 months even though Avast featured at No.3 in the “Most popular FTSE 100 stocks at the start of 2021” based on % of analyst “BUY” ratings (86%) [...] And of course, Cyber security is a hot topic now with similar US stocks taking off recently. Maybe London isn’t the place for Tech stocks to thrive or be fairly valued as per commentators’ observations e.g. “the market doesn’t understand and can’t value tech” Terry Smith. Anyway, holding for the long-term . . .
bamboo2: TP, thanks for the info on fibs. The smas do have a smoother look to the more traditional ones. How did you reach your near term price target? Longer term, an eod close above 560 gives a tp min approx 624 There are some higher pattern led target prices, but we would need to see how the chart shapes up to be more specific.
crozzdeboar: Naked Trader has updated for the first time in a while Yesterday (15th). Poor chap sounds like his hip op was a bit of an ordeal, wishing him a speedy and full recovery. Always positive when he buys in and in the case of Avast he has: I bought some Avast (AVST) the web security company. It's in a growth area still and profits are going nicely. If forecasts are right there is more to come. It doesn't look overly expensive.
texaspete2: Thanks, good to see different perspectives. My tp is 547 but see no reason why it can't test your tp of 560 based on price trend in September. GL.BTW without wanting to ramp another share, if interested the 55ma has just crossed up the 255ma on Sthree (STEM). A good recovery play imo.
energeticbacker: Growing cybersecurity concerns could equate to investment opportunities for long-term investors and the subscription-based business models of cybersecurity firms look appealing. Investor’s Champion provides thoughts on this growing sector and some of the key listed players. #avst #crwd #gbg #kape #mcfe #nlok
iandippie: Solid yes, but I don't think shareholders will react well to 25million being donated? When the CEO decides to give 2.5c a share of shareholder's money to charity, that is going to be punished by holders.
inever: I'd like to see them stay independent and do some takeovers themselves. Failing that, rising dividends and share buybacks are inevitable. I hope we get a long run at this and they are not bought out because they have the market penetration to be a really big player in a few years.
earwacks: Lot of nonsense. Bt have been selling phone numbers for years to dodgy double glazing companies. Digital data is bundling up traffic on websites not selling personal details.Look how credit card companies store your purchase history. You get free anti virus for your clicks being logged in anonymous stats. Or you can pay a fortune for anti virus companies that slow your computer down. This is a genuine company with the director who takes no salary and the previous one gave a load of shares away to charity. Looks like a well orchestrated attack fro competitors who see their competition seriously threatened. Digital data is a massive business not to be confused with Cambridge who stole data for political manipulation. Avst has been ludicrously overbought from a float of £2.50 to £5.50 in 1 year. I admit I did ok from avst but I got out because I could see the share price was crazy not because they have done anything wrong. They are buying back the potion of jump shot they sold to ASCL for 30 million. Cant see how it wont impact on figures. It will take time to recover from this. There are bigger companies than this out there who intent on harm
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