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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  2.50 1.66% 153.50 82,814 14:18:51
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
152.00 155.00 153.50 151.00 151.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 9.31 -3.08 -3.32 114
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:22:41 O 2,000 154.95 GBX

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Bango Daily Update: Bango Plc is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BGO. The last closing price for Bango was 151p.
Bango Plc has a 4 week average price of 149p and a 12 week average price of 137.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 193p while the 1 year low share price is currently 59.50p.
There are currently 74,428,400 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 79,930 shares. The market capitalisation of Bango Plc is £114,247,594.
ic777: Think Bango share price is kind of dodgy...almost like somebody manipulating it down...especially when there is a bid at 152 and somebody puts in a cancelled trade at 150...and every time there is a higher buy trade, there will be a small sell trade to keep the price down. Anyway 150 seems like a strong support and eventually it should move towards its fair value...but ultimately depends on 2H performance as well.
amt: Alan. I have no clue where the share price will be in a month or 6 months or even a year. I expect it will be much higher in 2 years time though. No rose tinted specs just looking at the business and it's track record and opportunity ahead. It's great when a share price crashes providing it is just a sentiment thing. Then it's buy low sell high. Yes I bought loads at 70 to 80p during the recent inexplicable dip. I think Boku has probably gone down the wrong route recently so I sold half. I find GGP a stress. I have no clue on that and no doubt I will be selling in the next year or so. That's a total punt wouldn't you agree. It could double or go back to 1p over the next 2 years. At least Bango is a business generating rapidly increasing turnover and now generating cash.
amt: Alan you mean the share price has been hell on earth? The business has met its targets apart from a couple of minor blips in the last 5 years and EUS has doubled every year for the last 5 years as they predicted with remarkable accuracy. Sure going forward it won't double every year but the Directors have told us that. Probably the most consistent and reliable company I have invested in over the last 5 years. Even the Pandemic hasn't impacted it much. The share price is not really under the control of the company. In this case the share price has been driven by sentiment and lack of understanding of the opportunity. Its only when the profits start to flow over the next year that the share price will reflect the business. That's the British disease I am afraid. Great at inventing things but lack of help and investment to see things through due to obsession with short termism including share price. Contrast that with USA where Google, Facebook and Twitter plus numerous others took many years to take off. I am very optimistic Bango will be a big success particularly since it is cash flow positive and doesn't need cash. I reckon at least 10m Ebitda is predictable annualised in a year or so and then it's a matter of how big it can get. For a company to grow its end user spend from a few million to 2 billion in 5 years is rather extraordinary.
amt: Alan I have a big holding already and won't invest more unless the share price falls further. Clearly the lower the share price the less the risk providing the business growth continues as expected. There is always a risk of a stockmarket crash in general which has been greatly increased by the dreadful macro environment. In these circumstances Bango share price would also fall as it did at the start of the Pandemic. Nothing is guaranteed so that is why I buy low and sell high and judge a business from its reports and not its share price.
amt: I am not interested in Simon T giving a boost to the share price I am happy to let the business continue its phenomenal growth and over time the share price will respond. I had hoped for a further fall to buy more but its looking less likely.
ic777: Bango's share price is very news driven...this will remain so until they show actual profits (which will be soon I guess) at this point, share price will hover a wide range but still below its actual intrinsic value...reason being that investors have been disappointed in them over the past many years and give them a discounted valuation based on previous bad experience...however when ST comes out with a positive report (which I think he will), then the momentum for the stock may shift...
rathean: SP action is cyclical, the "new age" fintechs and hydrogen plays are all taking significant drops in their share price this week. Doesn't change the fundamentals of these businesses or their future proof services imo dyor ofc.Happy to add if the share price drifts further.
amt: I am hoping the share price falls since I want to take my Boku money and put it here. Director buying also probably means there isn't any imminent news so if the market is impatient the share price might fall rather than go up in the short term.
amt: Well Alan nothing has changed since they gave it a hold rating apart from the fact that the share price has gone down. Logically they should be going in the opposite direction. Are they just making recommendations by following the share price or do they understand the business. I like to buy low and sell high after assessing a business and not make decisions just because the share price goes up and down like a yoyo. If I wasn't fully invested I would be buying.
ic777: Alot of investors (including myself) have gone through the roller coaster ride of Bango's share price over the years. False starts, disappointments, over-exuberance aplenty over the years. On hindsight, it is true that the industry was very competitive and services were almost commoditised...but Bango's apparent mix of client profiles gives them insights that no other DCB provider has...moreover with the industry consolidating, this should reduce margin pressure...and we will likely end up with a lower cost player with scale like Boku and a data-centric player like Bango...between the 2, I have no doubt which will eventually be more profitable...Bango's share price could be between a dime to even 100 pounds in 5-10 years...wide range of outcomes.
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