Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Learning Tech. LSE:LTG London Ordinary Share GB00B4T7HX10 ORD 0.375P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +3.40p +4.10% 86.40p 2,803,710 12:40:32
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
86.40p 87.00p 87.80p 84.60p 86.00p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 52.1 0.7 0.4 227.4 495.99

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19/3/201812:19Learning Technologies Group PLC 529
19/12/201413:10Joanne Hart gives this small online company the Midas touch...-
10/2/201414:21LTG TECHNOLOGIES TO LEAP 100%?99
27/11/200617:33LTG charts and news34
01/5/200315:36LTG TECHOLOGIES share for 200225

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Learning Tech. Daily Update: Learning Tech. is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker LTG. The last closing price for Learning Tech. was 83p.
Learning Tech. has a 4 week average price of 77.20p and a 12 week average price of 61p.
The 1 year high share price is 88p while the 1 year low share price is currently 39.50p.
There are currently 574,063,997 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 826,391 shares. The market capitalisation of Learning Tech. is £499,435,677.39.
investorschampion: With the share price of LTG soaring, the Chief Exec and Chief Strategy Officer took the opportunity to reduce their stakes, selling a combined 6m shares at 75p per share. The excuse for the latest share sale was apparently ‘in order to satisfy institutional buying demand’, which always sounds like a complete load of waffle to us. More in our recent Blog entitled: Plenty of Founders and Directors selling in February – should we be worried?
janeann: multi - used to support the rnli but it seems they are very interested in driving quad bikes on beeches now But the local alzheimers soc was absolutely brilliant for us, as is the retired greyhound soc. as you say time will tell with ltg; the recent forced drops in share price have struck me as strange and I do/did think someone has been stake building although we have had no holding notices - nor for the recent director sells.
multibagger: Hi Janeann, I subscribe to the theory that "coming events cast their shadow before". So there is an element of how you choose to read the tealeaves and I am seeing this as a step change. I also feel bold/silly enough to state that LTG share price is likely to be a £1 or more by the end of the year 2018 (force majeure excluded). Tarrant77 and I had a gentleman's wager ( with donations to charity of our choice) about what the LTG share price would be at the end of 2017. I went for 62-63p and he/she for 77p - we were both wrong, but I was clearly the more conservative one - make of it what you will ;) O/T With all the despicable Oxfam stink likely to spread to the other charitable organisations, I have cancelled all my direct debits to the big names as I suspect that this is just the tip of the iceberg - it is a sector issue I feel and a shame as I imagine a number of donors feel similarly. The only ones that are going to get my donations are ones where I can see a difference being made on a regular basis - so it's probably going to be local.
matthaydock: Looking good this morning with the Goldman Sachs News but as Tarrant777 says may not mean anything major but the exposer could be a positive for 2018any how the share price has reacted positive which I'm sure we all want let the prices rise further maybe worth buying more.
multibagger: Hi Janeann, I have found that adding on new share price highs backed by volumes as a very good way of investing for the longer term....learned it from a Livermore "Reminiscences of a stock operator" book many years ago. Started buying LTG around 30p in Dec 2015 and now a decent sized hold :) Good luck to you and all !
tarrant777: Well, after months of thinking that the shares could possibly end the year starting with a 7, I can live with the "disappointment" of seeing a closing price of 68.5p, suspecting that if the Company has had a good end to the year and puts out a positive trading update sometime in January, it should be just a matter of time.Happy New Year to all LTG followers and congratulations to the management team on doubling the share price in 2017.A great performance-and one that we would all love to see repeated next year!
tarrant777: After a slight blip in the 3rd week in Nov, when one seller seemed keen to book some year end profits (encouraging a bit of nice to see director buying) the share price seems to have found good support in the 61/62/63 range and looks set fair until the company updates the City on trading etc, which I think they normally do in early Jan.Looks like your year end price Mr Multibagger will therefore be nearer than my guess of 77p, and I will be donating £200 to my favourite charity!
tarrant777: Multibagger. I would be much more interested in your guesstimate of the possible LTG share price on 31/12/17.When I've seen your guess, I'll give you mine with a bottle of Scotch to the winner?
multibagger: A set of stellar results and given the tight liquidity, I am hoping for a new share price high today :) Learning Technologies Group PLC Final Results 2016 05/04/2017 7:00am UK Regulatory (RNS & others) RNS Number : 5954B Learning Technologies Group PLC 5 April 2017 Learning Technologies Group plc (AIM: LTG) Final Results 2016 "Excellent progress during 2016" Learning Technologies Group plc ("LTG" or the "Company"), a market-leader in the fast growing learning technologies sector, is pleased to announce its audited results for the year ended 31 December 2016. Financial highlights: -- Revenue increased to GBP28.3 million (2015: GBP19.9 million) - up 42% -- Recurring revenues increased to 27% (2015: 10%) - up 170% -- Revenues generated outside of the UK increased to 36% (2015: 12%) - up 200% -- Adjusted EBITDA increased to GBP7.7 million (2015: GBP4.3 million) - up 77% -- Significantly improved adjusted EBITDA margin of 27% (2015: 22%) - up 29% -- Statutory loss before tax of GBP1.2 million after accounting for acquisition related deferred consideration as deemed remuneration -- Adjusted diluted earnings per share of 1.184 pence (2015: 0.756 pence per share) - up 57% -- Proposed dividend for the full year of 0.21 pence per share (2015: 0.15 pence) - up 40% -- Strong balance sheet with shareholders' equity of GBP30.7 million (2015: GBP25.1 million) Operational highlights: -- Excellent progress in delivering on LTG's strategic ambition to build an international comprehensive digital learning offering for corporate and government clients -- Successful acquisition in January 2016 of Rustici Software, the acknowledged global leader in e-learning interoperability standards; results significantly ahead of expectations -- 27.3% stake in Watershed Systems in January 2016 developing suite of analytical tools to capture rich data on learners and measure performance -- Acquisition of NetDimensions post year-end in March 2017; leading global enterprise solutions provider of talent and learning management systems -- Leveraging of LTG's blended service strategy reinforcing strong organic growth -- Successful, on time and on budget implementation of landmark Civil Service contract with revenues anticipated to grow significantly in 2017 -- Strong start to 2017 with trading in line with management's expectations and order book significantly ahead of the prior year on a like for like basis Commenting, Jonathan Satchell, CEO of LTG, said: "2016 was another fantastic year for LTG during which we delivered strong revenue and profit growth as well as completing the acquisition of Rustici Software and investment in Watershed Systems. LTG is very well placed in its digital learning segment of the global corporate training market and it is pleasing to see that recurring revenues increased to 27% and revenues outside of the UK to 36%." Commenting, Andrew Brode, Chairman of LTG, said: "The Group has enjoyed a strong start to 2017 and is trading in line with management's expectations, and significantly ahead of last year. We expect the current financial year to benefit from a healthy order book, increased sales resulting from our compelling blended learning capability and continuing strong margins. LTG has substantially diversified its geographical reach in the past year and has developed a broad client base both across corporate and government sectors. The Board is excited by the opportunities already identified that the acquisition of NetDimensions offers the Group. The Board is therefore confident in the Group's prospects and expects to report enhanced progress during 2017."
janeann: my main worry is if there is a rival bid as that could have a big impact on LTG share price
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