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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Nasstar Plc LSE:NASA London Ordinary Share GB00B0T1S097 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% 11.70p 11.60p 11.80p 11.70p 11.70p 11.70p 29,474 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 24.5 -1.2 -0.2 - 67.28

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/12/2013
11:36
exactly...
6kenny
20/12/2013
11:25
Just taken 200,000 @ 6.5p, the multiples this deal has been done at put it less than 1.5x earnings when the sector ranges from 3 to 7 and this is the one that is now making a profit. It has grown strongly year on year for the last five years. This mangement team look very diferrent than Nasstar's. I think it will grind relentlessly upwards over the next two years.
handwinder
18/12/2013
15:08
eKnow are a great company and if shareholders are patient here then I believe you will be rewarded in due course.
6kenny
18/12/2013
14:53
So who is Kenny?
daniel
17/12/2013
16:58
6Kenny 21 Apr'13 - 21:53 - 3983 of 4000 0 0 The business isn't worth 20p a share at the moment. if you divide the market cap by the number of nasstar users then that will give you a figure of what one hosted desktop user is worth, industry standard when it comes to selling a hosted desktop company is around £800-£1000 per user . Nasstar would be a good target for a larger company wanting to gain an AIM listing quickly. Good call 6Kenny
tomrob
17/12/2013
15:16
Well, that's my Christmas trashed. The deal makes sense as Nasa wouldn't survive 2014 with the increased competition, although not sure quite how well eKnow will fare. Wider portfolio and a listed company may open up additional revenue and tick more boxes for companies carrying out due diligence. A couple of early significant wins would calm my nerves.
2mking
17/12/2013
13:15
good luck to those paying 5p
still waiting
17/12/2013
11:56
I have alway thought Nasa's management are in it for themselves. Many AIM companies now sees the stock market as a easy way to draw endless funds, pay salaries and pursue private ambitions; with nothing to show for it. If you have been a shareholder in this company for many years, and it suddenly forsaken you and cast you out on a cold winter's evening; and gone with another man - a private business, you just have to rethink your level of commitments and faithfulness to these promiscuous generation called AIM. You just have to flect with them, and if they don't do your bidding; dump them first. Once they start asking for more money, learn to say no. Lol
daniel
17/12/2013
09:02
Happy Christmas NASA holders...NOT....!!
chesty1
05/12/2013
10:36
Welcome to this frenetic BB! I wish your punt well, shame the share price reacted the way it did.
wh1spa
05/12/2013
09:49
I have just had a little punt on this one and punt is probably the right description. I am another who has done quite nicely putting money into situations where Kestrel has a holding. I find that you need to be patient and sometimes you may have to wait a year for anything to happen, but something usually does happen and in my experience when Kestrel is involved, it has always been positive. The Kestrel connection is the only reason I have bought. I cannot pretend to understand where this company's product fits in the market or what the competition is like, hence the reason I regard my purchase as a punt. With such a small cap company and in this case a tiny cap, I find it extremely difficult to find the right time to buy. I have had encouraging news elsewhere recently so on the basis of that, I am prepared to have a go. When the share price of small cap companies does move it can happen very quickly so I think you just have to decide if you want to be in or out. There you are Wh1spa, there is someone else here!
richjp
01/10/2013
10:10
Pre-close trading statement- I like their website!! hxxp://www.techsecs.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=1456&p=1475#p1475
raysor
01/10/2013
07:23
Funny Nasa, any chance of raising more money?
daniel
23/9/2013
13:21
Blimey , movement. It may even go up more!
wh1spa
17/9/2013
14:43
Any thoughts on this 4 month flatline in sp?
wh1spa
11/9/2013
09:14
Ps and apart from my drivel nobody else on this BB since April.
wh1spa
11/9/2013
07:08
No news since end of May, their twitter account silent for almost as long. Anyone any ideas what is going on here?
wh1spa
02/9/2013
19:37
Mums the word
wh1spa
28/8/2013
22:28
There must have been a few reduction in holdings but most of these check out:http://tools.morningstar.co.uk/uk/stockreport/default.aspx?tab=5&vw=own&SecurityToken=0P00007YZ9]3]0]E0WWE$$ALL&Id=0P00007YZ9&ClientFund=0&CurrencyId=GBPDon't think I have ever seen a stock so tightly held!
wh1spa
28/8/2013
18:47
Wicked got my own BB. Right where do I start ? Um , oh yes , Nasstar is brilliant and worth ,um ahh eh, more than it is now!
wh1spa
28/8/2013
16:35
Ho hum ......... Uhmmm is NASA still trading?
wh1spa
27/8/2013
15:45
Quiet here. Anybody still watching this?
wh1spa
21/4/2013
20:53
The business isn't worth 20p a share at the moment. if you divide the market cap by the number of nasstar users then that will give you a figure of what one hosted desktop user is worth, industry standard when it comes to selling a hosted desktop company is around £800-£1000 per user . Nasstar would be a good target for a larger company wanting to gain an AIM listing quickly.
6kenny
15/3/2013
13:04
Really doing well here! sorry if 20p was offered I'd take it.
wh1spa
29/12/2012
01:17
if anyone wants 20p on this, I suggest he flushes his mouth in the toilet. People bought this at a £1.If you need quick money buss off. The directors will be mad to take 20p for long term investors
daniel
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