Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ingenta LSE:ING London Ordinary Share GB00B3BDTG73 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 218.00p 213.00p 223.00p 218.00p 218.00p 218.00p 4,427.00 07:52:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 14.6 -1.9 -11.3 - 35.58

Ingenta Share Discussion Threads

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22/4/2017
16:09
nerd, he has a new moniker - pet lover. But same old though. Is still pumping CBUY and LEG. Same MO though.
kemche
22/4/2017
09:18
Where is Tara aka William J Barbour, the arch Pumper (whilst being a dumper)?
nerdofsteel
03/4/2017
10:59
I'm in here as well mate! Good results.
sidarthur2
03/4/2017
09:44
Results out this morning make a pleasant read and we are getting paid a dividend for the first time (albeit not a particularly large one). I shall go along to the AGM again this year, I wonder if I will be the only PI there (again), or will the improving share price tempt a few more along.
timbo003
14/3/2017
11:33
On the eve of the London Book Fair, Ingenta – the world’s leading provider of content solutions for publishers, and Rosen Publishing – a prominent US educational publisher – are delighted to announce the successful implementation of Ingenta’s new Order-to-Cash (OTC) module. Roger Rosen, President and owner of Rosen Publishing, expressed his pleasure at the roll-out. “It is vitally important to our continuing success as a fast-growing, robust independent publisher in a challenging commercial and educational environment, that Rosen utilize a state of the art, flexible and reliable system to meet our customers’ needs and our own growth plans. Rosen now publishes across many formats, with increasingly complex packages and bundles of content across different product types. OTC can support not only our current complex business models, but I have confidence that Ingenta can partner with us to support our acquisition growth plans and ongoing innovations in product mix which must come speedily to market.”
sidarthur2
23/2/2017
12:38
stiggie has disappeared in a puff of smoke ?
emeraldzebra
30/1/2017
13:50
Tara aka William J Barbour should have held his shares instead of pumping (whilst dumping)
nerdofsteel
24/1/2017
09:19
well i did warn ol cloth ears Stig....but he was always a bit too pleased with himself.
emeraldzebra
19/1/2017
15:43
Great things come to those who wait...!
madigansar
16/1/2017
08:36
Wow a dividend!
jaf1969
16/1/2017
08:22
After today's trading statement it must be time for an animated gif! Where is Stig when you need him? ………;……̷0;……R30;
timbo003
27/9/2016
09:20
stiggie does seeem to be a rare bird of late. i am now guessing that the shares are -if anything - about 50 per cent UNDER valued. Stig does not know Rose - that's his main problem.....
emeraldzebra
23/9/2016
11:44
Where is Stigologist et al when you need them? …............. Eating humble Pie?
timbo003
20/9/2016
13:00
I believe Kestral are still adding, grabbing anything that comes on the market. They now have 26% of Ingenta I also think it is interesting to note Kestral are also major shareholders in Gresham Computing, a £65m company. It just so happens that Max Royde is a partner at Kestral and more importantly a director at Gresham Computing, now on the board of Ingenta. Ingenta may not remain an independent company for much longer, there was takeover talk last year. The recent acquisition of 5 fifteen Ltd could significantly enhance earnings for ING, over-looked by the market IMO. At £2 the company would only be valued at £32m,
tadtech
15/9/2016
14:04
Where is Tara aka William Barbour, the arch ramper?
nerdofsteel
08/9/2016
14:39
Creeping up nicely, chart suggests £2 but could go much higher, still nothing available on-line.
tadtech
08/9/2016
07:55
Surprised this has not been RNS'ed, new product proving successful + recent return to profit, shares heading back to highs IMO, chart suggests £2+ TrendMD recommendations help readers discover more journal articles directly related to their interests. The first figures released since Ingenta Connect and TrendMD announced their partnership in May 2016 show the immediate success that the TrendMD recommendation widget has had on driving additional traffic to Ingenta publishers’ content. TrendMD continues to demonstrate it consistently delivers online readership and visibility for scholarly publishers. Participating publishers on Ingenta Connect have had a 4.56% lift in traffic for over the last month alone – a figure that represents over 7,200 additional visitors to their sites. 166 publishers now feature article recommendations powered by TrendMD, representing 442 websites and feature a large portion of the Social Sciences and Humanities publishers in the TrendMD network. As expected smaller publishers are benefiting most rapidly, because they see an even higher percentage increase in overall traffic due to the large network and wide interdisciplinary reach that TrendMD offers to them. “We are delighted with the impressive impact TrendMD has already had driving increased readership for publishers across the Ingenta platform. We look forward to building on this initial success. We plan to work with TrendMD and our publishing partners to extend the network rapidly and we shall encourage them to take advantage of the sponsorship pilot program. The results show TrendMD recommendations help readers discover more journal articles directly related to their interests.” Byron Russell, Head of Ingenta.
tadtech
05/9/2016
10:09
Has been nothing available on-line for weeks now, I expect Kestral are still buyers of any loose stock. Broker coverage is private but I recall a report from the AGM suggesting they thought ING was undervalued to peers. I expect to see £2+ in due course. The shares used to add 20p-30p in a day back in 2013-14 in the run up to £4.50p
tadtech
05/9/2016
09:57
tried to get 20k this morning at 150p or below and failed miserably. agree should push up to just shy of 200 medium term.
emeraldzebra
02/9/2016
10:29
There is simply no stock around currently and I sense Kestral Partners are still buyers, they have 26%, this used to move very quickly and probably will again on modest volume. The company has returned to profit and has, in the past, been subject to takeover rumours. The chart suggests a return to £1.80-£2 in the short term.
tadtech
29/8/2016
02:12
Oregano thanks. I missed that.
madigansar
24/8/2016
22:02
>>>Tadtech Yes, the free float is tiny (under 3 million), so no wonder the price moves on just small volumes
timbo003
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