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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Smartspace Software Plc SMRT London Ordinary Share GB00BYWN0F98 ORD SHS 10P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-8.00 -5.84% 129.00 16:35:09
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
137.00 132.50 140.00 129.00 137.00
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davidosh: I think a few investors have seen that the company may be featured on the MelloBASH tonight and as there are 500 investors attending the evening webinar are assuming it will be positive. That may not be the case and sometimes companies are analysed and seen in a negative light indeed Sell and Avoid are two of the options for the panel. I can say that investors and potential investors should certainly tune in tonight as it will be enlightening for sure. These are premier quality investor events... Https://
longtermgains: Price target 110p. And that is highly conservative and will increase further.Here is how a very experienced investor,Glasshalfull, values SMRT. Well worth having a look at his Twitter thread:
cordwainer: i just briefly skimmed thru the interims, looks like approaching a crunch point of increasing revenues vs decreasing cash balance. If i had more time i would look carefully at revenue recognition and be wary of management bamboozling investors with more (potentially dilutive) acquisitions, whether such acquisitions were being overvalued, and whether there is likely to be any goodwill impairment. On the other hand, interesting business case they could even tack on some comparative ESG metrics for users (unless they already have). need tight reins on IP and cash and a bit of patience and i hope this takes off but I'm on the sidelines for now.
peterc1970: The results presentation from the recent investor meetings is available here: hxxp:// ("http" needs editing to http)
peterc1970: Smartspace Investor relations have said that the FY Trading update (YE 31st Jan) will be around the middle of February.
advfn_sales: Here is the chance to meet with SmartSpace Software: Using this unique discount code, ADVFN25, you will be able to get £25 off at Mello London 2018, a 2 day investor conference from the 26th – 27th November 2018 at the Clayton Hotel, Chiswick, London. Http:// Tickets are normally priced at £99 for two days and £79 for one. Type in ADVFN25 as the discount code. Many Thanks and take advantage of this premium offer.
davidosh: Just to let you all know that Smartspace will be presenting at our MelloLondon investor event in Chiswick W4 next month. MelloLondon is a two day event and starts on Monday 26th November through to Tuesday 27th November. You can find out more here... Http:// There will be 65 quality companies exhibiting and presenting plus some very well known investors, entrepreneurs, fund managers and market commentators providing excellent keynote talks on a range of investment subjects. A number of investment workshops will be available each day and a ShareSoc MasterClass on the final day.
gleach23: Early days yet but have emailed investor relations about how and when the company anticipates keeping investors up to speed with progress in its news guise as SMRT
masurenguy: Hey Jimmy, For the benefit of you sassanachs here it is :-) CAPITALISED at only £9 million, and with a share price of just 3.75p, AIM listed Advanced Smartcard Technologies plc (AST) is one of Scotland's smallest quoted companies and liable to fall off the radar for most private investors. My advice this morning: don't let it. AST is a company - and a share - to watch. AST, based in East Kilbride,has developed a sorftware technology in the field of electronic ticketing called Multefile. It enables smartcard issuers like transport companies to delete,amend or modify applications without requiring a recall or re-issue of the card to end customer users.It means that smartcards used on a mass basis can be individualy re-programmed after issue to tailor its needs to the person using the card. Demand for smartcards has grown at a phenomenal ratein the past decade,chiefly in the telecoms industry(SIM cards for mobile phones)and in banking("chip and PIN").Multefiles biggest potential is in the new growth areas of transport ticketing-such as the Oyster cards for London Underground-and personal identification such as electronic passports,driving licences and health and leisure establishments.Transport Scotland and Metro Coastlines are both customers. The company,established only in 2000 and which it made its AIM debut just over 12 months ago,is still at a formative stage but it is attracting interest for three reasons. One is the progress already evident in the preliminary figures for the year to end September which the company announced earlier this month. Second is the steps the company has taken to expand its sales and marketing operations,both in this country and overseas. Third is the potential for growth,evident in the endorsment of Royal Bank of Scotland and Scottish Enterprises ITI Techmedia,which is particularly interested in applications in anti-counterfeiting.The company is exploring areas such as medical records biometric security systems. AST potential is also evident in the notably upbeat statement from chief executive David Bradock that accompanied the results. Sales grew by a modest 3.4 per cent to just over £2 million in the year just ended.But NOTE the margins in this business:gross profit came to £1.5m, up 29 per cent.After administrative expences and bank interest costs,pre-tax profits come to £273,000 against £111,000 previously. Sales agents have been hired in Turkey,Austrailia and New Zealand.Earlier this month it announced that Toronto-based Martyn Cooper,a prominent figure in the smartcard industry,has joined forces to work with ASM subsidiary Ecebs to develope its interests both in Canada and the United States. Smart cards are now being nationally deployed by the financial industry in Canada and actively deployed by the transportation industry and government in the US.But this,says the company,"is just the beginning of smart card deployment in North America" For investors prepared to take early developement-stage risk,the longterm potential makes the shares at 3.75p an attactive speculative buy.
awilson: It is slightly disconcerting that whenever one calls SMRT, one is answered by a pre-recording saying that they are unable to take the call and would one leave a message. But SMRT does not reply. This has been the case for as long as I have been trying so it is not a holiday period occurence. In PR terms, it is somewhat negative to say the least and makes supporters who are investors unhappy. Has anyone got access to the company to make the point. As the full year results are due within the next three weeks, the coy has to urgently consider how to vastly improve its profile and information it should be sending to its investors, aka owners.
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