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
  +0.00p +0.00% 8.60p 0 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
8.50p 8.70p - - -
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Gas Water & Utilities 43.89 -10.08 -1.32 72.6

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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!
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
quepassa: Detailed article by Simon Thompson on p15 of today's Investors Chronicle. Worth reading full article which ends on the following words: "... a target enterprise value to cash profit multiple of 9.5 times for the 2018-19 financial year is reasonable, suggesting a further 30% share price upside. Buy." Good analysis. Good article. Good news. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
egrid1: I don't agree with pasting the full article... but this is how it concludes: "Trading on a modest 7.5 times forecast cash profits of £9.3m for the financial year to end-November 2019 to enterprise value of £70m, and with Satellite Solutions’ management team led by chief executive Andrew Walwyn “now targeting further organic growth of 50 per cent by 2020 as demand for alternative super-fast broadband services increases around the world”, I feel a target enterprise value to cash profit multiple of 9.5 times for the 2018-19 financial year is reasonable, suggesting a further 30 per cent share price upside. Buy."
the fat controller: with consequential drop in share price!!
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 " .
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 .
quepassa: At 12p Price Target, Numis see more than 50% upside to today's share price. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
mrnumpty: Like many shareholders in SSW , I remember only too well the dreadful day , March 20th , when we all expected the RNS providing the annual prelims at 7.00am ( the usual time for RNSs ) , but didn't receive it until 4.00pm that day . Whereas I had presumed that the share price would rise with the good news , the huge uncertainty caused by the delay caused the shares to start a long descent , which prompted me to sell up several weeks ago . However , inspired by the departure of Candy and the arrival of Mills , I bought back my previous holding today at about 7.5p , so hopefully I shall be one of just many ! Incidentally , only a few days after the March 20th debacle , Mr. Walwyn ( CEO ) phoned me from a motorway service station at exactly the time agreed and we talked about the Company for about fifteen minutes , and it was I who , running out of questions , initiated the end of the phone call . He was very remorseful about the failure to release the RNS on 20th March at 7.00am and made it abundantly clear that the board would never repeat that mistake . By the way , I notice that Simon Thomson of Investors' Chronicle tipped SSW as a " Buy " on 27/3/2017 when the mid-price was 8.25p . Good luck all .
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