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ING Ingenta Plc

159.00
0.00 (0.00%)
12 Apr 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ingenta Plc LSE:ING London Ordinary Share GB00B3BDTG73 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 159.00 300 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
155.00 163.00 159.00 159.00 159.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Miscellaneous Publishing 10.45M 1.46M 0.1004 15.84 23.11M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
11:05:08 O 300 162.20 GBX

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Posted at 14/4/2024 09:20 by Ingenta Daily Update
Ingenta Plc is listed in the Miscellaneous Publishing sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ING. The last closing price for Ingenta was 159p.
Ingenta currently has 14,535,195 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Ingenta is £23,110,960.
Ingenta has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 15.84.
This morning ING shares opened at 159p
Posted at 23/2/2024 16:35 by boadicea
Noteworthy price action today, including a late reported 28k from yesterday, 2p above the offer reported at the time (line 5). Also a delayed 12k buy, line 14, and a number of close timed smaller buys would tend to indicate sudden interest or someone scratching around for anything available.

Something tells me this could get interesting.
Posted at 02/1/2024 17:37 by texaspete2
3 trades, ADVFN shows substantially more. Out if interest where are you looking? I use Google sheets to monitor volume and I have noticed with ING that sometimes volume is shown as high but few or any trades are listed on ADVFN
Posted at 02/1/2024 12:46 by sidarthur2
The thing is there are so few floating shares that small buys shift the price up. Another 50,000 buys will see this near 200p or more IMHO.....
Posted at 24/10/2023 16:33 by boadicea
Not a huge volume this afternoon but a buyer (or buyers) not deterred by a rising ask. Evidently not much loose stock around and price responding accordingly. If sellers are not easily tempted we could see a worthwhile uprate.
Posted at 16/10/2023 21:47 by p1nkfish
Yes tightfist, so it should.

Going over old notes:


p1nkfish - 20 Jul 2023 - 07:53:11 - 531 of 550 Ingenta: Leading software provider to the global publishing industry - ING
So thinly traded can draw few conclusions but buys have also been after x-divi date of 14/7. Unusual.

Might be a TU due.
My personal target price is 132-142 with 137 middle. Will look at it again when it gets near there.


Still have a 180p-210p target after looking st it again:


p1nkfish - 23 Nov 2022 - 10:49:40 - 471 of 550 Ingenta: Leading software provider to the global publishing industry - ING
No idea.
Interesting.

Stock price is only back to where it was early Oct 2018 but is in a better shape now.
I have a target of 180p-210p but with no timescales except much less than 4 years if all goes well. In fact, say 2 years as a guesstimate.

If music gains traction this could surprise to the upside quickly.
Posted at 28/9/2023 14:46 by smithie6
The poor market makers have imo sold 20k shares to ppl....at rising prices from 124p

& they perhaps do not have them to supply
Since no one seems to have sold any shares today !

They must be praying that someone will sell them some shares...
.. otherwise they might just stop offerring a price or to refuse to sell any shares to anyone !

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Is the cap. value up today by £1.8-2.0 million as a result of buying £24-28k of shares !!
Interesting 🤔.
Posted at 27/5/2023 09:51 by red ninja
Having listened to the IMC presentation.

I do feel encouraged. I mean they have increased revenue, they have driven costs down.

I take the point that the marketing has been partially used to upgrade existing customers from Ingenta Connect to Ingenta Edify and that has clearly been a success.
However, I believe they have spent time and money addressing new verticals and if you are not winning at least a few new clients it can't really be regarded as money well spent.

They make it clear the have many target new verticals, and even companies in vertcals they have not considered who have approached them and they have demonstrated to.

The question is are they spreading their net too wide as a small company would they be better concentrating their spend in just 1 or 2 verticals.

The other question for a small company with limited resources could they fall to a bigger preadator which has the resources to more ablely sell their technology. In which case with a market cap. of around £14.5 million, but with £2.4 million in cash. It is not inconcievable that they could be taken out at a good premium to the current price. I mean they are spending £1.1 a year maintaing and upgrading their software.
Thus, the current price share price does not seem expensive.

I've upped my stake by a smigin. However, I could be foolish deluded.
Posted at 02/12/2022 20:48 by smithie6
a) arguably it looks a bit like insider trading today with the sh price falling 10% in advance of an RNS published later after the market closed "today"
(Kestrel have sold 225k shares (~1.5% of the company) yesterday)

b) One assumes that another insti fund has bought the 225k shares.
The regs. require any holder of >3% to issue an RNS if their holding goes thru a percentage point, eg. from 4.9% to 5.1%.
Since the transaction was for 1.5% of the company it is possible we might see an RNS next week if 1 buyer already holding >3% bt these 225k shares.
Or if a new insti went from 0 to 1.5% then no RNS of course since total holding wld be <3%.

c) looking at the last annual report, it gives info about holders of >3% in March 2022 & that includes 3 other instis
- Criseren Investments
- Canaccord
- Premier Miton

(if any of these have had spare cash to investment, perhaps due to another holding being bought out, then phps they were the buyer; if so then there will be an RNS next week, Monday).

(my guess is.....Canaccord, since they bt some shares in November, see RNS 16th Nov. (in another post I showed that the RNS data for "previous holding" was false, I expected it to be corrected this week, hasn't happened (the % holding increase was small/tiny & was not 6% as that RNS says, but it does show that at that moment at that price that Ccord was buying some shares, which is a good sign).
Posted at 05/11/2022 12:12 by p1nkfish
Kestrel have to tender some as they are at 28.38% and might reach 30% if the 11% target is tendered in total from elsewhere.

Now - Ingenta are at this point because they are generating cash and it doesn't look like that will stop soon and there are potential catalysts in music etc that might add a real fillip to revenue/profit. So far they have been quite unable to show that result but that doesn't mean they won't. The return of cash is partly because they can't find a use for it.

Cash will be depleted by the tender and value fall, but should be replenished, and at the same time EPS will rise due to reduced share count.

Where would I put cash taken out of ING?
Back into ING if the price weakened post tender? Given how tightly held this is I don't see much chance to put 11% of my holding back into this afterwards - it took a while to build the size I have without pushing the price up.

Outside of the Oct-May market tailwind we usually get there looks to be excess risk everywhere. Good growth not easy to find and I'm expecting some earnings hits in 2023.
I would be left with cash with decisions to make and inflation running loose, waiting for a market sell-off to use the money.

I'm biassed towards leaving it alone, increasing my holding of the total by up to 11% by default and seeing what happens.

Boring but exciting usually costs me dear.

Anyone else have any thoughts?
Posted at 10/1/2022 13:30 by boadicea
Following a takeover settlement I had some spare cash in Novebmber and looking for reinvestment this is one of three or four 'hopefuls' I alighted on. Not my usual luck to see an early appreciation so I hope soe of the others responds too.
Valuations in the cyberfield vay greatly with some at near astronomic levels compared to ING.
This provides a strong incentive for rationisation of a fragmented sector by a takeover of the laggards, especially those with good quality (e.g. high arr) and a sound balance sheet like ING.
The valuation disparities are sometimes hard to justify and tend to understimate the ability of a high-flyer to have a disappointing year and corresponding share price crash.
Ingenta share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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