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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Rosslyn Data Technologies Plc LSE:RDT London Ordinary Share GB00BKX5CP01 ORD GBP0.005
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 5.625 5.25 6.00 5.625 5.625 5.63 262,800 07:56:37
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 7.1 -1.9 0.8 6.9 19

Rosslyn Data Technologies Share Discussion Threads

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09/11/2016
11:22
From Beaufort broker note in early June this year, One way or another Rosslyn's share price should soon start to reflect this, particularly given that an obvious basket of comparable, slower growing enterprises presently trades in a range of 4x to 5x FY16 EV/Sales, which is more than twice Rosslyn's own multiple. Beaufort reiterates its Speculative Buy recommendation and places a price target of 24p on the shares. DC
daicaprice
09/11/2016
11:07
I think I'm right in saying that trade this morning was at the all time low price.
columbarius
09/11/2016
10:46
That's huge compared to CLP where 5 and 6 trades regularly occur @.8p for 4p DC
daicaprice
09/11/2016
10:38
1299 shares sold to raise £104 before deductions. Something very odd about that. The market makers have dropped the offer to 8p and widened the spread to 25% (though effectively 16% as you can buy inside), so they definitely do not want the stock. As they've taken it down on trivial volume, and I don't buy the theory of a major seller, I'm more inclined to wonder what they know that we don't.
columbarius
08/11/2016
22:41
fat finger sorry. DC
daicaprice
08/11/2016
22:40
That's a £12.5m turnover plus new contracts since, the herd will arrive here eventually and hopefully we'll already be at 15p plus. DC
daicaprice
08/11/2016
22:30
From latest RNS "This win underpins the progress we are making in increasing our average annual contract value which is now over £75,000 compared to the £50,000 at IPO" From TU in May 6th 2016 "The Company has agreed terms with a number of new customers. Whilst these contracts were not signed during the 2016 financial year as had been intended, they are expected to be signed imminently and the Directors continue to be encouraged by the performance of the Company, which they believe reflects the solid foundations that have been established since Rosslyn floated in April 2014. The Directors anticipate revenue growth to remain strong given the Company's high levels of annualised contract revenue and the low churn rate, which remains below 5%. The number of customers over the same period has risen from 38 to 168 and with improving visibility in Rosslyn's partner channel (e.g. PwC and Genpact)." So, since the IPO in 2014 , RDT has increased its annual contract by over £25k (over 50%) and increased its customer base by 130 (342 %) - impressive stuff. This is before the latest drive in US which appears to be starting to pay off , where the customers will probably be bigger and the contract size large IMO.
cottoner
08/11/2016
15:26
Nice 50k buy @ 9.5p, could do with a few more of those to see how tight stock is. DC
daicaprice
08/11/2016
13:41
"I am thrilled that Rosslyn has won this high profile client in a competitive and demanding process. Our focus on the US market is starting to deliver a number of opportunities and this extremely important win demonstrates the demand for our services in the US. Being selected by this global company, shows that our RAPid Cloud Analytics Platform is the technology of choice for companies serious about leveraging the value of their data in order to improve business performance. This win underpins the progress we are making in increasing our average annual contract value which is now over GBP75,000 compared to the GBP50,000 at IPO" Just a reminder of the last paragraph of last weeks contract news. DC
daicaprice
08/11/2016
09:15
rambutan2, do you know for a fact there is a supply of stock wanting out or was it just conjecture? The instis have gone from the major holders list so who else would the market makers be wary of?
columbarius
08/11/2016
03:09
They been partners for long time: hTTp://www.dnb.com/about-us/partner/rosslyn-analytics.html
rambutan2
07/11/2016
16:04
Someone must have had a spare £3 lol. DC
daicaprice
07/11/2016
15:05
Having done a bit of reading up it does look as though we may have caught it sweet wb, I'm in VELA which was where I first looked it up but at this level it is undervalued and if a predator is watching I'd expect them to want to get a foot in the door through the market before any formal approach. DC
daicaprice
07/11/2016
14:54
Well, the widower's mite has been placed here too; which means fewer Xmas presents and a Macdonalds for Xmas dinner, but what the hell, it is only food!
woolybanana
07/11/2016
09:58
In for 18k @9.7p looking for 20p+ over the coming months, GLA. DC
daicaprice
07/11/2016
09:51
A nice reminder, time to take a position I fancy. DC
daicaprice
06/11/2016
12:49
Takeover? Remember, a Times article intimated that possibility early this year. Microsoft takes aim at Rosslyn Data Technologies A small AIM-quoted handler of so-called “big data” for multinational clients looks like being the latest British technology company to slip into American hands. Microsoft appears to be the most likely buyer of Rosslyn Data Technologies after several clients are understood to have expressed an interest. Rosslyn joined the Alternative Investment Market in April 2014, but was caught up in the negative reaction to other technology floats, such as Just Eat and AO.com. The shares were floated at 33p, but on Friday night were worth only 9½p, valuing Rosslyn at little more than £7 million. At a recent clients’ conference, a delegate from Microsoft is believed to have indicated an interest in buying the company and advancing it to its next phase of development, with sales of potentially as much as £50 million a year. Other clients who are thought to be interested are Genpact, a global business processing company, and PwC, the accountancy giant. Rosslyn helps them and other clients, including Diageo, Xerox and Boots, via the internet to turn reams of data into a useable form. Its latest figures, covering the half-year to the end of October, show revenues up 46 per cent to £1.8 million and losses before tax decreasing by 22 per cent to £1.3 million. Rosslyn was founded by Charles Clark, who served in the army during the first Gulf War, and Hugh Cox in 2005. Analysts have suggested that the market has failed to appreciate the progress made by management in taking the company forward. One in January described the present valuation as “aberrant”. hTTp://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/microsoft-takes-aim-at-british-minnow-3gblpxnsj
cottoner
06/11/2016
11:40
Keep it up chaps, we might even have a discussion about this share one day. Two posts in two days, something of a record. Somehow RDT has stayed below the radar but yet must be on the cusp of break even; I'm about ready to get a few more. What are the chances of a takeover?
woolybanana
06/11/2016
01:55
Columbarius, i speak from experience, having been watching and investing in aim micro caps for too many years. I've met Hugh Cox and like RDT enough to have taken a long term position a while ago. As a rule i don't make things up on any of my posts across advfn.
rambutan2
05/11/2016
16:13
Agree, if RDT succeed in getting to break-even and then begin to be profitable as promised in short term , then value will see out. Everything appears to be going well: - Global Data Analytics market rising - RDT products are already competitive - RDT just released world/industry first products - RDT breaking into US market - Number and size of contracts growing - Impressive list of business partners - New major US partner to be shortly unveiled Time will tell, a little more patience is required IMO.
cottoner
04/11/2016
12:29
u22, a very good question. The mms clearly know that there is a supply of stock wanting out, even at these all time lows. And that is also why good news is not causing a positive price reaction.
rambutan2
04/11/2016
08:06
How come when someone sells the price goes down (as it did a few days ago) but when there is quite a lot of buys the price stays the same?
u22ajs
03/11/2016
09:01
Good point about exchange rate - it all helps.
cottoner
03/11/2016
08:24
Yes, a good size of contract as well. Roger said he was seeing an upturn in the US so we can expect more, especially with the favourable exchange rate. $ earnings are most welcome in the current climate.
columbarius
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