Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Eservglobal Limited LSE:ESG London Ordinary Share AU000000ESV3 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 5.45 5.40 5.50 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 6.2 -9.3 -0.0 - 66

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27/3/2018
11:36
For free? Really hpcg, at what exchange rate? I agree 0.5% is probably optimistic though and am now invested based on a 0.1% charge on volumes. The guidance was already that the venture was close to a break even point on volumes before this progress. Meanwhile,I would not touch EPO with a barge pole. Comparing Homesend progress and management with EPO is like comparing night and day. Of course there are companies in this space that have struggled and will continue to do so. Based on the evidence so far, this joint venture appears not to be one of them.
poundforager
27/3/2018
11:19
0.5% seems extremely optimistic. Natwest charges £10 for an overseas transfer; 1% on a £1000 which drops to 0.1% on £10,000. HSBC will do it for free if the recipient account is also HSBC, or £4 otherwise. And this is just the rape and pillaging banks. So for Homesend I would expect 0.05% might be closer to the truth, and even that may be optimistic. You may want to sanity check your assumptions with Earthport's interims: and they have been doing this for what seems like decades: httPs://www.investegate.co.uk/earthport-plc--epo-/rns/unaudited-interim-results/201803270700059967I/
hpcg
27/3/2018
10:42
I have a few. I think I bought them when I sold BGO some time ago. I think as a business you have to take a bit on trust. They aren't going to say exactly how much they scalp from payments they make until/unless they get critical mass and become market leader. Until then everything is negotiable with clients, but if they can sign up enough clients at a rate that is profitable that will be the main thing. It is about balancing the land grab with the short term profitability. Signing up clients at a loss is also no good, obvs. But I am going to see how this pans out.
mad foetus
27/3/2018
10:41
£45k just bought in 2 trades, that ain’t peanuts. DC
daicaprice
27/3/2018
10:35
I also own it as part of a portfolio. I imagine we all do :)
wigwammer
27/3/2018
10:33
For the avoidance of doubt, I hold these. I'm just not all rosy cheeked about it.
beeks of arabia
27/3/2018
10:18
Well, no beeks. The information we want to know is volume and margin to get profit. Both are key - they have given one and I have guessed the other. So it's not exactly true to suggest they've offered no iota of relevant data, is it? Hope that helps :)
wigwammer
27/3/2018
10:06
The key word there wigwammer is "Guess".
beeks of arabia
27/3/2018
10:03
So the agreement signed with the tier 1 customer today will result in circa $2bn of volume in the initial phase. I would guess at 0.5% commission a gross contribution to HS of around $10m pa. "eServGlobal notes that a planned initial phase in a mid to large-sized bank typically involves between US$0.5 billion to US$2 billion of volume. Visibility of the subsequent phase(s) becomes clearer during the planning and implementation of the first phase. For this new opportunity, live first phase volumes are currently expected to begin by the third quarter of 2018, with a second phase already identified and being worked on."
wigwammer
27/3/2018
10:02
Fair enough. Anticipated contract volume.
poundforager
27/3/2018
09:52
There is not one iota of financial information in that press release. We can say for certain that if there were numbers to crow about they would have been front and centre. Absence of number suggests absence of revenue - this is just a puff piece to excite the excitable. Hope this helps allstar4eva ;-) Genuinely I can see absolutely nothing investment worthy in there at all.
hpcg
27/3/2018
09:47
The first phase of this contract volume of between $0.5-$2 billion by the 3rd quarter 2018. Next large bank please.
poundforager
27/3/2018
07:52
No idea. I'm sure he's still an uncouth clown though.
beeks of arabia
27/3/2018
07:36
Ah Beeks.....how's your mate Club Sandwich?
thelung
27/3/2018
07:28
No I mean the people who only post when the share price goes down. Hindsight trading is easy. I have always been realistic about the prospects here. It is clearly a speculativr share you can make many times your money or lose the vast majority of it on this. Volatile markets + speculatuve nature = a bumpy ride. Grown ups can handle it.
allstar4eva
27/3/2018
07:19
What, you mean the people who posted honest opinions which didn't necessarily align with yours?Grow up.
beeks of arabia
27/3/2018
07:15
Where are the doom mongers from the other day?
allstar4eva
27/3/2018
07:06
I should have trusted my instinct and bought more on Friday.
beeks of arabia
27/3/2018
06:14
Well, there is a money cost involved in holding a drifting share. Will today's RNS change the trend? It is a bit low on detail, but equally, talks of the business being derisked and is with one of the world's largest institutions. Should generate some interest.
mad foetus
23/3/2018
10:29
In the absence of news, that makes sense. If positive news arrives, then it doesn't. Bottom line - if you like the long term story, stick with it :)
wigwammer
23/3/2018
10:01
Personally I'm waiting until there is tangible revenue traction. If that never happens or is disappointing then money saved, if it takes a while then the price will have dropped substantially in all likelihood, if markets are weak when news comes out then any price pop will be muted or sold in to. I can't see any good tactical reason to buy now. For holders it is much more difficult. Attempt to trade down, grin and bare it, or exit.
hpcg
23/3/2018
09:14
This seems to have lost PI confidence at the moment.A speculative buy at these levels imo.
beeks of arabia
05/3/2018
10:58
https://twitter.com/private_punter f
fillipe
05/3/2018
07:23
So solly tied up right now
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