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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Learning Technologies Group Plc LSE:LTG London Ordinary Share GB00B4T7HX10 ORD 0.375P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  17.80 11.0% 179.60 179.30 180.00 188.00 167.00 167.00 10,234,480 16:35:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 130.1 14.3 1.6 110.2 1,328

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/1/2021
17:08
What a rise... excellent
leadersoffice
22/1/2021
12:15
Excellent trading update this morning. Strong revenues and EBITDA, robust cash position - all positive. The need for digital education is surely only going grow.CEO Jonathan Satchell:"Amid the disruption of the past year, 2020 also saw an acceleration of structural trends towards digital learning and talent management. This underpins the Board's confidence in the Group's near-term and long-term prospects ..."I have been in LTG since 2017 and my holding has been fully derisked since 2018. The principle reason I've continued to hold for so long is I've seen Satchell continually under-promise and over-deliver. This particular trait gives me confidence the Board is competent and trustworthy.
megasonic
22/1/2021
09:41
Berenberg raise their tp from 200 to 230p - BUY.
aimingupward2
22/1/2021
08:39
This morning’s trading statement has been well received by the mkt. Key point is “The Group's net cash position at 31 December 2020 of GBP70.2 million was significantly ahead of consensus of GBP59.6 million, driven by strong operating cash conversion and additional net cash balances of GBP1.6 million from the acquisitions of eCreators and eThink. This robust capital position will enable the Group to continue its track record of acquisitions that add to LTG's capabilities in the market” ........”LTG is actively pursuing a near term pipeline of attractive opportunities to deliver further organic and inorganic growth across both Software & Platforms and Content & Services, helping to achieve our strategic goal of run-rate revenues of GBP230 million and run-rate Adjusted EBIT of GBP66 million by the end of 2022.”
aimingupward2
20/1/2021
14:45
Yes. I agree. It looks good and LTG can pretty reliably be expected to benefit from the modest outlay,
aimingupward2
20/1/2021
08:22
Interesting acquisition, if they get it right the software division EBIT margins alluded to were 31.5% so with rev of £10.4m would mean PE 3.5 paid and worth 8% on the forward eps. Depends on execution, did pretty well with PeopleFluent?
alphabeta4
19/1/2021
16:56
Its 'associate' RWS is looking like a buy at 500, I have bought and sold that as well.
toffeeman
19/1/2021
16:24
Sounds like sound strategy @toffeeman - I tried trading this one, and never quite got it right. Good luck. Plan to stick with it come what may (at least until results).
the runt
19/1/2021
16:09
I sold today content with 25% return (phil got it right! I would have made 40% if I'd sold at 180, like s/he said) I will look to buy back at 120-140
toffeeman
19/1/2021
14:41
Thanks Cord
petewy
19/1/2021
12:07
To buy in here, you need to assume that LTG will remain industry leading with perpetual international growth. Trading the nearer term visible fundamentals might never quite stack up for value or 'garp' investors. If this theme stays in favour its not liable to come 'cheap'. As such, today's 80 times forecast 2023 earnings might be as good as it gets - on the other hand, its current high rating certainly appears to be more than double that of the average UK software industry, without being certain that's an appropriate read-across.
cordwainer
18/1/2021
16:28
300,000 shares bought in the last hour. Could stop the fall.
petewy
31/12/2020
20:27
Encore. Long live LTG!
tarrant777
31/12/2020
18:54
Final thought of the year : Neither teaching, learning nor technology will do anything other than grow in their importance in the years ahead, which is more than you can confidently say about many other spheres of activity.
aimingupward2
31/12/2020
07:38
Tx Same to you
phillis
30/12/2020
21:29
Some companies, which are confidently believed to be long term growth businesses, are pretty much constantly ‘greatly overvalued’. As you still have a holding here, I presume you have just been prudent in selling some. Whatever, I wish you well for the year ahead.
aimingupward2
30/12/2020
20:18
That’s great news So starting from a diluted 1.53p where does that get you? Greatly overvalued no?
phillis
30/12/2020
18:14
They're forecast by one of the brokers to increase earnings by 40% in the coming year, Phyllis.
aimingupward2
30/12/2020
16:37
Sold 5k at 184.7 Remain on the bearish side Can’t see where the earnings are coming from - acquisitions not withstanding All the tech stocks have done v well but LTGs earnings were static Still not to fret too much Still have plenty left
phillis
30/12/2020
12:54
Volume is light, I think it's just the usual Santa Rally and won't be sustained in January - unless, of course, we get some good news. I think most of it is already factored in the price tbh. Hope I'm wrong ;-)
the runt
30/12/2020
11:42
Share price heading clear of the pause around 168 - 174p and the peak at that level back in Feb’. Goodness knows where it is heading now. I find “224p or more” difficult to imagine without further very positive company news, but perhaps we’ll get that. Here’s hoping.
aimingupward2
23/12/2020
13:02
It's only 3 weeks since Goldman Sachs reiterated their 'sell' recommendation whilst raising their tp to a 118.3p. I wonder what their next pronouncement will be. Do these people ever admit to having got it wrong? Is it, I wonder, that Investtech and Motley Fool are quite influential and have a significant following or is there more to this morning's rise in the share price than we know of.
aimingupward2
23/12/2020
12:34
Just further rises to 224 or more - if resistance support between 169-172 was broken
mo2550
23/12/2020
12:07
Any tp from them, mo? Actually, the phrase 'a long term hold' isn't really saying anything. You could put most shares into that category. Today’ s rise, if it’s held, does look very significant after the pause around 168 - 174p.
aimingupward2
23/12/2020
12:03
Better late than never - A long term hold motley write up
mo2550
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