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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.30 -2.39% 134.70 4,673,862 09:47:19
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
134.50 135.80 149.50 133.30 144.30
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 130.10 14.30 1.63 82.6 992
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
09:46:57 AT 3,000 134.70 GBX

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19/12/201413:10Joanne Hart gives this small online company the Midas touch...-
10/2/201414:21LTG TECHNOLOGIES TO LEAP 100%?99
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Learning Technologies Daily Update: Learning Technologies Group Plc is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker LTG. The last closing price for Learning Technologies was 138p.
Learning Technologies Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 133.30p and a 12 week average price of 115.10p.
The 1 year high share price is 174.40p while the 1 year low share price is currently 97p.
There are currently 736,446,896 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,086,739 shares. The market capitalisation of Learning Technologies Group Plc is £994,203,309.60.
buffetteer: Yump If you cared to read the reasoning behind past acquisitions you would know that LTG buy under-performing businesses that they can either dramatically improve profitability (People Fluent) or gain cross-selling synergies etc. It is because 2+2 = 5 that the share price is high . When they say there are good opportunities for creating value by acquisition then you should believe them . The eps growth shows the value created thus far. It is not unreasonable to think the same management team can continue to do so . Their track record on wealth creation is excellent.
yump: Whether IC has been right or wrong doesn't change the fact that for the share price to rise on this rating seems a little unlikely. I've been watching this for a while, but if they're on the acquisition path, then they're focussing on revenue more than profit. That's understandable if organic profit growth is unlikely. What would be interesting is whether acquisitions here can lead to efficiencies, because that is how profit growth can continue significantly. Its often the case that businesses get on the acquisition trail, when their organic growth is slowing. If its the case that you have acquire 2 more factories making the same stuff as your main factory and then rationalise the lot, then obviously that's a relatively easy growth path. Perhaps someone can see how acquisitions can lead to profit growth here. Maybe the idea is just to build a much bigger business and see if it becomes 'tasty' for someone else to bid for.
christh: Trading update Profits rise substantially, good results, business in high demand. 150p opening price heading to 170p Imho
christh: The share price has been subdued but it is Oversold, and very undervalued. The share price prior to covid 19 was over 170p and was pushing higher. The growth has not stopped and actually is the perfect business as it does not involve physical presence as all of its business is online. Looking at a target of 180p
christh: Wow....someone likes them volume rises to 1,297,529 shares traded. Likely to move the share price to 129p-131p
investor0109: cyberian- I think you're right to be cautious, given the particularly though time we're confronted with. I think it's only right for directors to err on the side of caution and many appear to be doing just that. BMY for example- Leslie-Ann a director there also, incidentally- have a very strong cash position and are without any debt, yet still decided to raise some £8m to bolster their future. The share price might suffer in the short-term as investors understandably get the jitters, though I'd rather that than a company be caught out having been a little too optimistic. I think LTG will do well in the longer term and may even benefit from all of this as business' consequently amend their strategies in future.
christh: Look at rns this morning director Leslie-Ann Reed bought and sold for taxing purposes Expecting s big share price rise
christh: jeffian rubbish. The market makers drive the market. It is not based on economy but driven like a casino. When you have shorters/speculators/hedge funds all betting against a company's share price and they are selling it (without ownership) then buying them back the price will fall like a domino. Nothing to do with the company's financial situation or fundementals. The shorters are unscupoulous people without interest in economics or financial position of a company. The targets of these shorters are high growth companies and mostly AIM stocks I have been following AIM stocks and their share price behave like madness. The beneficiaries off course are the market makers. What intrigues me is why LIONTRUST INVESTMENT PARTNERS LLP LONDON, ENGLAND double their holding from 5% to 10.2% on 24 March!!!! SEE HERE The management is good,smart,and run a good ship All will be revealed tomorrow I expect great results and strong future growth. Let us hope it hits 140p and lucky 150p
christh: Learning Technologies rises 20% on profit upgrade Corporate education group eyes further acquisitions Learning Technologies makes training videos for British Airways cabin crew © Bloomberg The share price of Learning Technologies Group, the Aim-listed corporate education company, rose more than 20% on Monday after saying it will “materially221; beat full-year forecasts. The London-based company said in a trading statement that its first-half revenues are expected to be £62.5m, up 85 per cent year-on-year, and earnings before interest and tax (Ebit) will be no less than £20m, a 125 per cent rise. The group owns several businesses across Europe and the US which provide corporate training, such as making education videos for cabin crews, or developing platforms such as mobile apps for such content. Its clients include British Airways, Shell and Barclays. Jonathan Satchell, chief executive, highlighted the acquisition of PeopleFluent, a Massachusetts-based company offering corporate training software, in May last year. LTG has been on a buying spree in recent years, acquiring companies including NetDimensions in 2017, PeopleFluent in 2018, and Breezy HR in April. “[PeopleFluent] was our biggest acquisition to date and it required a lot of work,” he said. “It had a poorly constructed operating model, with far too much being spent on marketing, so we came in and fixed it.” Mr Satchell said the company continues to consider “a number of very interesting acquisition opportunities” that would “meaningfully enhance the group”. Benjamin May, associate director at Berenberg investment bank, said LTG looked “highly likely” to exceed even its revised, full-year profit forecast of £37m. “Over the years, LTG has shown it can derive growth both organically and from acquisitions.” he said. “If you model through the profit margin LTG is expecting, compared to what the market is expecting, then there’s plenty of room for another upgrade before the end of the year.”
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.
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