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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sat Sol World LSE:SAT London Ordinary Share GB00BT6SRD21 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 8.60 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
8.50 8.70
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Gas Water & Utilities 43.89 -10.08 -1.32 73
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 8.60 GBX

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24/5/2018
10:17
quepassa: IMPORTANT. Name change EFFECTIVE TODAY. SATSOL now known as BigBlu Broadband and as of 8am today will cease trading under old ticker will trade under new ticker of BBB Also the CONSOLIDATION took place today. For each 15 SAT shares owned, you will now own one BBB share. Someone please start a new BBB thread? ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
14/5/2018
07:18
quepassa: Sunday 13th. May. -Mail on Sunday " MIDAS SHARE TIPS UPDATE:Investors are beaming as Sat Sol Worldwide's shares double in price" "Midas verdict: SSW has grown rapidly ..........But the best is yet to come.Existing investors should hold whilst new investors could still see value at today's price" See full article hXXp://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/investing/article-5723301/Investors-beaming-Satellite-Solutions-Worldwides-shares-double-price.html Very encouraging and upbeat article. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
26/4/2018
15:46
hausofmaus: I think a share price of (say) 127.5p gives us more credibility than 8.5p, and potentially gets a new tranche of investors onboard, who wouldn't be interested in a 'penny share' - imho, obviously!
26/4/2018
06:35
quepassa: Another acquisition. Excellent. If you are looking for growth in a highly fragmented but essential telecoms sector which is ripe for a pacman-type industry consolidator, look no further than SatSol. It was interesting to note that niche-player CityFibre just got taken out at a 93% premium to closing price. It's the niche/specialist telecoms sector providers where there is still real growth opportunity and SatSol should fare very well as rural broadband demand surges and governments have committed to provide better services to non-urban users. It is interesting to read the website pages of SatSol to see which corporate users and broadcasters are also using SatSol's services such as BBC, Sky and CNN. SatSol is fast growing into a serious company with enormous prospects. SatSol's customer advertising needs further investment and overhauling as do their new branding and corporate image projection. That aside, this is a company with great and surging prospects in my view. Hopefully, I have caught a comet by the tail and am hanging on fast for a bright and meteoric ride. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
05/4/2018
09:22
quepassa: Investors Chronicle Edition 29th. March. Page 14. Article headed "Satellite Solution's in the ascent" "....suggesting a further 30% share price upside. Buy". ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
27/3/2018
09:10
tightfist: Yep! I went to the 4:45 presentation, less people there than last year (the 2017 delay was only briefly mentioned once!). Everyone was quite well informed about SAT and the outlook is more of the same, although one got the impression that acquisitions are intended to slow down (but not stop) from the recent frenetic pace, inferring that 50% growth in three years is expected to be far more organic/JV driven.There was quite a bit of talk about the capability/capacity of the new Viasat satellite due for launch in 2019(?), and also their customer-facing relationship rolling-out the Viasat/Eutelsat JV.Any specific questions, I'll try and answer! tightfist
01/2/2018
13:17
mrnumpty: Reply to jsmith23 who posted on the LSE site for SSW at 23.29 last night regarding my previous post here ( 30/1/2018 , at 8.25 am ) . I believe that , whether the price for SSW is 7.5p or 8.7p , the Company is very modestly priced , as the market capitalisation is still under £ 60m . This is much less than some other exciting Aim stocks which I have recently looked at , such as Bango , Boku , and Kromek , and SSW now seems to be moving out of the initial growth stage and is now at an inflection point which will produce a much bigger Company . As much as anything , my comments were a criticism of myself for not topping up during the eleven previous months when the share price was languishing , unloved , as a result of the mistaken late release of annual results last March ( results were only released in an RNS at the end if the day , rather than at the normal 7.00 am ) . I would love it if the share price were to reach £ 1 as someone else has commented but , whilst I think that that price might be somewhat high , I believe that the share price should be much higher in the next few years . Nonetheless , whilst I firmly believe that the next few years should be very good for holders I really cannot predict exactly what will happen with the share price , other than to say that there is often a cooling off in a share price for a while after the initial excitement of a " buy " tip . However , you MUST do your own research , and don't take advice from someone called Mr Numpty !!! In spite of my enthusiasm for SSW , I only have about 4% of my portfolio invested here , purely out of prudence . You also ask what EBITDA stands for . It is an abbreviation of " Earnings Before Interest , Tax , Depreciation and Amortisation " . You will find a definition in Note 3/. at the bottom of the RNS which was issued yesterday by SSW . It is a measure of profitability which seems to be favoured amongst technology companies , although it is only a " profit " until such unavoidable expenses as Interest , Tax , Depreciation and Amortisation have been taken into account , so caution is required in using such a definition of " profit " .
25/1/2018
10:20
mrnumpty: To " the fat controller " , reasons to be cheerful :- 1/. Be happy that this is a quiet board 2/. " chimers " doesn't seem to have blessed us with his presence ( he seems to be almost ubiquitous on chat sites for Aim companies , invariably denigrating them ) . 3/. In the course of the last years , all director deals appear to have been purchases . 4/. Mr. Andrew Walwyn ( CEO ) holds almost 50 million shares . 5/. Simon Clifton ( CTO ) holds almost 34 million shares . 6/. As a long-term shareholder , I distinctly recall the debacle last March , when on the day of the announcement , the board omitted to release it until almost the end of day ( as opposed to the usual time for the release of RNSs at 7.00 am ). Because we private shareholders have to be wary , this delay naturally led to various conspiracy theories and to a painful drop in the share price . 7/. Immediately after this debacle , I contacted Mr. Walwyn's office , who made the effort to phone me back at exactly the agreed time , interrupting his motorway journey to do so . We had a long conversation , during which he openly expressed his regret at the delay in issuing the RNS , and making it quite clear that this would never happen again . He devoted sufficient time to answering my questions that it was actually I who brought the conversation to an end . My distinct impression was that he is a decent person who takes a real interest in us , the private shareholders . Whilst being a decent person certainly does not guarantee that he will prove to be a successful CEO , I would much prefer him to some CEOs whom I can think of . 8/. For the last two years , the annual report has been released in mid-March or late-March . Personally , I see the recent , gentle rise in the share price as being the herald of good news . 9/. I happen to think that , with a market valuation of about £ 55.6 M , and with the Company growing , this is a modest valuation . I have just looked at the shares of two other Aim shares , which operate in another exciting growth industry area , namely payment for goods via mobile phone . Although this is an exciting area , I recoiled from investing in both companies on seeing their market capitalisations , namely Boku £ 184 M , and Bango £ 134 M . 10/. As a result of all the above , I added a further 30,000 SSW shares in SSW two days ago , paying 8.16p . I could buy more , but prudence and the need to avoid distortions in my portfolio prevented me from doing so . 11/. The only downside which I can see regarding SSW concerns politicians , who would be quite capable of removing support and/or subsidies without a moment's notice . however , it seems to me that this risk is somewhat mitigated by the geographical spread of SSW . 12/.I suspect that , in a few years' time , the Company will be much bigger than now . 13/. Notwithstanding all of the above , this is only my personal opinion , so do your own research before investing . Good luck all .
05/12/2017
07:26
hausofmaus: Absolutely fantastic news, I'd been a little worried about the impact of this JV on SAT, so really good to see we're to be it's public face.For background, this is the statement from the setup of the JV...hTTp://news.eutelsat.com/pressreleases/eutelsat-and-viasat-close-european-broadband-joint-venture-1839955CARLSBAD, Calif., Paris, 6 March 2017 –Eutelsat Communications (NYSE Euronext Paris: ETL) and ViaSat Inc. (NASDAQ: VSAT) today closed their partnering arrangement combining Eutelsat's established European broadband business with ViaSat's broadband technology know-how and Internet Service Provider (ISP) business expertise.Building on a decade-long relationship, Eutelsat and ViaSat are creating a partnership that will expand Eutelsat's current wholesale broadband business and launch a new consumer retail service in Europe. Headquartered in Lausanne, Switzerland, the joint venture will consist of two businesses coordinating efforts to expand the European broadband market:Wholesale Services will focus on providing wholesale broadband and mobility services in the European and Mediterranean regions to the newly established retail services business and existing Eutelsat distributors. Eutelsat is contributing its current European broadband business including the KA-SAT satellite to the newly formed entity, owned 51% by Eutelsat. ViaSat has acquired a 49% interest in the business for a consideration of €132.5 million.Retail Services will focus on offering retail broadband services in the European and Mediterranean regions. Enhanced service plans are expected to be introduced in select European countries from 2017 onwards, setting a foundation for growth in the retail services business with the availability of future satellite capacity. This business is owned 51% by ViaSat and 49% by Eutelsat.
03/1/2017
08:53
cheshire man: Buyers in this morning and here is the tip in full 5 AIM share tips for 2017 By Andrew Hore | Fri, 30th December 2016 - 11:13 Share this 5 AIM share tips for 2017 alternative smaller UK companies profit growth investAIM has had a good year, but you can still find profitable, growing companies at reasonable prices. Former AIM writer of the year Andrew Hore names his five picks for 2017. Satellite Solutions Worldwide 7.75p Satellite broadband services consolidator Satellite Solutions Worldwide (SAT) has wasted little time in building up its market share via acquisitions. European governments are encouraging people in areas not fully covered by existing infrastructure to take up satellite broadband. Satellite is the only way that the EU can fulfil its broadband access commitment and it provides subsidies for customers. Satellite Solutions is benefiting from this policy and it is already the largest supplier in the EU. The potential market is more than 19 million homes across Europe with internet connections that have speeds below 2Mbps. Satellite Solutions purchases bandwidth from satellite operators and sells it on to customers on multi-year contracts generating revenues of around £40/month. Earlier this year, Satellite Solutions secured £12 million of funding from the Business Growth Fund (BGF) and raised £12.1 million at 6p a share to finance recent acquisitions, which included an Australian business. BGF's funding includes £2.4 million of notes convertible at 9p a share and an option to take an 18% stake in Satellite Solutions at 7.5p a share. The acquisition in Australia was a surprise, but customers are growing at a rate of 1,000 a month. The company is on course to exceed its target of 100,000 customers by the end of November 2017. Satellite Solutions says that the 2015-16 figures are ahead of expectations. Figures for the year to November 2017 are more significant, though, because there will be full contributions from all the acquisitions. Former house broker Arden forecasts a 2016-17 profit of £3.4 million, which would put the shares on 13 times prospective earnings. There is scope for that forecast to be upgraded and there are likely to be further acquisitions any way.
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