Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Lo-q Plc LSE:LOQ London Ordinary Share GB0001771426 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 680.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 05:30:43
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 29.1 3.2 14.6 46.7 134.09

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14/8/2013
19:59
Thanks davidosh. Will await developments with great interest.
goodapple
14/8/2013
17:55
Just be patient. In the theme park and leisure world the operators do not change strategy overnight and deals with contracts requiring infrastructure changes and involving customer mentality acceptance can take over a year to convince the operator just how beneficial it will be. Often they watch other operators using it for a while. Sanderson were actually responsible for the Wet n Wild deal so are defo working hard behind the scenes and have good contacts in Asia so watch this space.
davidosh
14/8/2013
16:39
Has the tie-up with Sanderson yielded anything substantial yet?
goodapple
14/8/2013
16:04
Two months since the last contract win. Just over a month since director buying and the interims. Hardly a dearth :o))
rivaldo
14/8/2013
16:04
Summer hols - must be a quiet time for a business like LoQ....
igbertsponk
14/8/2013
16:03
I am sure the weather is positive without them having to give a weather forecast. This has been the best Summer in Europe for years and the US looks good too. Hot and dry weather is good for theme and water parks and increases attendances with lots of repeat visits and easy to plan trips with weather confidently good. High attendances equates to long queues and we know what that means ? I think we can relax on the operational front.
davidosh
14/8/2013
15:51
Not helped by a dearth of news. Is this our longest period without anything positive from the Company....? spud
spud
14/8/2013
12:49
buying dried up....I have just got out!
parvez
13/8/2013
16:12
Merlin Entertainment owns Gardaland btw : Gardaland has launched something called PREMIAPP, a new SmartPhone App that will generate rewards for the user based on the amount of time spent in the ride queues. Wait in line for 60 minutes, and you earn 60 points which can be redeemed for a cut to the front of the line pass for another major attraction. For 120 points you can get two Ride Passes, or a discount coupon for a heavily discounted return visit to the park. I'm told that the system is current running on three attractions: Flight of Atlantis, Jungle Rapids and Colorado) but should be expanded in the future. The app uses GPS and Facebook data to help locate you inside the ride queues. For those who can read Italian (or use an online translatior) you can read more about the system over at TheParks.IT. spud
spud
13/8/2013
16:05
Perhaps Disney should be talking to LO-Q: Interesting news for those who remember the art of Hacking Fastpass going way back when the system was still new at Walt Disney World. Back in the day... one of the best ways to hack Fastpass was the little know secret that the Fastpass machines would accept any form of Disney ticket media. New park tickets, old park tickets, WDW Park Annual Passes, WDW Waterpark Passes, Pleasure Island AP's, DisneyQuest passes, Resort Hotel Cards, Cast Member IDs... you name it. If it came from Disney and you stuck it in a FastPass machine in the early days, they would spit out a FastPass ticket for you. Unfortunately, this exploit was patched in a couple of ways to ensure that the ticket was not only valid somewhere, but the final nail in the coffin as I recall was when they linked the FastPass network to the main gate turnstyle scanners. The end result of this particular patch had the FastPass machines check to see if the ticket being scanned had been used to gain entry to the park on that day or not, putting an end to scanning your valid DisneyQuest AP to get a second active FP ticket at the same time. Guess what? The exploit seems to be back... at least in limited form. With the bumping up of the system to the NextGen / RFID enabled version, it looks like that link between the FP network and Main Gate scanners has been severed and old ticket, pass, and hotel key cards are now working once again. If you've got old cards/passes laying around, head on down and give it a try. You might be surprised to see what works for now, before they find a way to patch it once again. Until then, Hack FastPass to your heart's content. spud
spud
12/8/2013
13:34
Yes, appears someone mopping up everything on offer.
igbertsponk
12/8/2013
13:33
Buying coming in at around 640p today.
rivaldo
09/8/2013
08:50
Looks like this is being accumulated. Hold on for the resultant rise before too long IMO.spud
spud
07/8/2013
07:20
More detail here re Canaccord's note and 680p target (Tara7 is extremely annoying sometimes!): http ://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/59683/lo-q-has-premium-business-in-accesso-says-canaccord-59683.html "Lo-Q has premium business in accesso, says Canaccord By Giles Gwinnett August 02 2013, 12:06pm "Customers typically see over a 30% jump in volume after converting to accesso's platform," says Canaccord analyst Bob Liao Accesso "significantly" enhances queuing specialist Lo-Q's (LON:LOQ) growth opportunities, says broker Canaccord, which repeats its 'buy' recommendation on the stock. Lo-Q bought US ticketing and e-commerce group accesso in 2012 and the group's interims results in June showed it was performing ahead of expectations, with ticket sales up 32% year-on-year and mobile ticket sales up 90%. "Customers typically see over a 30% jump in volume after converting to accesso's platform," says Canaccord analyst Bob Liao. "accesso's service has less downtime than that of its competitors. Its SaaS architecture is highly reliable. Only an indirect competitor offers SaaS as an option," he adds. The analyst adds that he sees an opportunity for accesso's impressive management culture to be leveraged across the group and to use its business model outside the USA. "In addition, accesso and Lo-Q's overlapping businesses and customer bases mean accesso is now the channel for many of Lo-Q's sales. Management is now focused on this opportunity to further enhance sales." The broker targets a price of 680p for the shares."
rivaldo
07/8/2013
06:59
The next LOQ.?? The Times. Page 41. The AIM e commerce software supplier @UK jumped 26.8% to 13p after a bullish trading update.
tara7
06/8/2013
16:11
http://static2.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/columns/broker-spotlight/13743/broker-round-up-ii-lo-q-genel-energy-iofina-13743.html spud
spud
06/8/2013
13:51
well will be interesting to see if it continues or whether its one trader making a lot of small purchases. Perhaps someone putting them in an isa or two? strange tho. o/t rivaldo are you still in thal. I added a few to an isa yesterday.
janeann
06/8/2013
13:33
Almost £50,000 of shares bought in 4 minutes - something going on?
rivaldo
04/8/2013
16:40
on the contrary the directors have decent sized holdings which cannot be put through the market whenever they feel like it - as witnessed by 40-50p spreads even for a pidling few shares never mind 100k. They have to take the opportunity to sell when they can and I am comforted by the fact there seem to some big buyers out there who are very happy to bid for large chunks of stock. The directors also have reputations to protect and if they were selling big chunks to Inst they would not do so if there was any downside to come in the sgort term and indeed they have to leave a little for the next man as they say. I dont think any Inst will be buying such chunks in an illiquid stock if they didnt see some good upside from here. Of course everyone has different timescales and when the upside will be seen time will tell. The alternative is for them not to sell any stock and perhaps see the share price squeezed to 650 on paltry volume as a buyer tries to get hold of 10-20k perhaps. The director then comes on wanting to sell 10k and Mms walk price down again to 580 or so to work the stock through . Result price up and down like a yo yo and director ends up with same price or worse.. So which route is better - not the latter me thinks
felix99
04/8/2013
09:55
It just suggests directors wouldn't simply relinquish shares to satisfy inst demand if they have upside, but offers no real or further argument for why not. Alludes to current valuation being overpriced. Not a particularly analytical article.
robotface
03/8/2013
12:13
Can someone copy & paste the article please?Tiaspud
spud
02/8/2013
20:51
Lo-Q plc - directors selling for 'the good' or making a value call? http://bit.ly/14NBmkM
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