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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bango Plc LSE:BGO London Ordinary Share GB00B0BRN552 ORD 20P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 98.50p 97.00p 100.00p 98.50p 98.50p 98.50p 35,036 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 6.6 -3.6 -4.1 - 69.21

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/5/2019
10:07
I think DCB is already generating cash but that has been diverted to the acquisition to expand it much more rapidly. DCB is already turning into a low margin commodity - though on very high volumes. The higher margin will be in the services that feed off it. (Think petrol stations, that actually make little on petrol but lots on increasingly high margin snacks and hot food and drinks.) Diverting cash to expand Audiens' marketing side is what has delayed profitability and positive cashflow but, with current growth rates, I doubt the delay will be very long. The delay disappointed the market but it will soon get over it if results match forecasts, as seems to be happening at Boku. Why shorters are targetting these two is baffling. They seem very high risk to short with such high growth rates just as cash burn reverses.
aleman
23/5/2019
08:15
I have been following this forum for quite a while but have not contributed as I feel there is no need to. I have a large investment in Bango. My earliest investment in Bango was since over 10 years ago but the bulk of the purchases have been very recently when the price was below GBP 1…so far, I do not think Ray has grossly overpromised…rather it was the market that ran ahead of itself and assumed profits would roll in very quickly. I also notice that there are either one or more individuals/entities that are constantly talking down the stock…probably to manipulate the stock price and to profit from their short positions. Despite this, I see profits of at least GBP 10-20 mio in the next five years in the worst case scenario. Bango is probably very close to cash flow breakeven (or may already be at breakeven at the current run rate)…take note that there is some seasonality and 2H is typically stronger than 1H. Just to test whether management’s recent optimism is unfounded, I actually did a comparison of Bango’s recruitment listings in their website versus the peers. In the past, Bango had typically 3-5 open positions…currently they have 16 open positions (which is a lot more than their weakening peers who are generally looking for some 1-5 positions). It doesn’t make sense to me for a cash starved company that needs to raise capital soon to be so aggressively hiring. On the other hand, once Bango goes beyond cash flow breakeven and have the flexibility to hire more/harness more resources, there is the potential to grow even faster. This is a “chicken and egg” thing.
ic777
22/5/2019
20:32
You may not like Chimers but what is beyond dispute is that the share price has halved in price in the meantime and ultimately that is what counts - certainly in my book. I sold out in the 200s and whilst I'd love to support a local company it's just not ready to buy back into atm
davr0s
22/5/2019
20:04
End bit, doesn't trust them.
muffster
22/5/2019
20:03
AlanI do think the same as you, but, we might be wrong and the bulk of the market suggests we are wrong. Hence the large price falls.Always remember this is just a share run by people you can only trust. The market does t trust them
muffster
22/5/2019
19:51
ST has tipped BANGO over and over again over the years ,if you had bought on his tips you would be losing a lot of money,I have been in Bango since day one,I am really miffed at the price,it seems to have slowed to a halt,I know they are doing very well but are constricted from telling us a lot of what is happening ,let's hope Rays reply comes into fact then we should see the price going up,Mrs may will be looking for a job soon,
alangrifbang
22/5/2019
19:33
Cenkos show Globo 2020 EBITDA is £6.8m and £6m cash and current market is £69m @99p - about 10 times EBITDA before considering cash and about 9 times after. Edison show Boku 2020 EBITDA is predicted at $22.5m/£17.5m and $51m/£40m cash and current market cap is £343m @141p - about 20 times EBITDA before cash and about 17 times after. It's only a rough comparison but forecasts have BGO growing more quickly yet it's only on half the rating of BOKU for 2020.
aleman
22/5/2019
18:26
ST thinks Bango is far better value than Baku I think they will both do well in an ever increasing marketplace Worst case scenario for Bango is that they get taken out by Baku
jbarcroftr
22/5/2019
18:03
I sent Ray an email this afternoon ,I have got a reply back which says , Good news flow on the way ,timing as usual subject of Internet giants, We now have to wait and hope,meanwhile Boku is flying,
alangrifbang
19/5/2019
20:12
https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/paddy-power-betfair-PPB/share-news/Paddy-Power-Betfair-plc-Appointment-of-a-new-Non-E/79917925 The Group is pleased to announce that Nancy Cruickshank will be appointed as an independent Non-Executive Director of the Group immediately following our Annual General Meeting today. Nancy is Senior Vice President at Carlsberg A/S leading the Digital Business Transformation programme and a member of the Carlsberg Group executive team, a position she has held since 2018. She is also a non-executive director of OnMobile, an Indian listed mobile entertainment provider, and Bango, an AIM-listed mobile internet payments company.
aleman
17/5/2019
16:23
Why don't you follow him and step down chimers
alangrifbang
17/5/2019
15:45
Decks cleared ready for the rescue placing now...80p is it?
chimers
17/5/2019
15:44
Another rat deserts the sinking ship!! As planned, Martin Rigby, Non-Executive Director stepped down from the Board at the Annual General Meeting, following more than 9 years of service.
chimers
17/5/2019
15:13
I did not go to the AGM. As a result of attending last year Ray invited me to the Corporate Presentation day. The AGM focus is on the formalities of the agenda rather than the corporate agenda. It was well worth attending and I summarised it on the Michael Walters site. Is is a small subscription site and has constructive contributors!
gerihatrick
17/5/2019
08:08
Gerihatrick went to last years AGM , Because of the moron chimers ,all the decent people here no longer post,he posts on several sites and ruins them all ,best we can do is ignore and filter,
alangrifbang
16/5/2019
21:47
Yes, when is the rescue placing?
chimers
16/5/2019
20:09
Its a shame nobody post's on this board any longer but if anybody is still following its the Bango AGM on Friday Any thoughts ?
lentjes
16/5/2019
19:55
Don't forget it's BANGO AGM tomorrow,hope we will be smiling,
alangrifbang
16/5/2019
16:05
Your filtered chimers as you are on Boku and mmx ,we are very happy here without you,get used to it,
alangrifbang
16/5/2019
13:03
Today's news has EU fining institutions and people for traders using chatrooms for market rigging, exchanging trading strategies, manipulating markets etc.
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