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  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 181.75 180.00 183.50 - 0.00 00:00:00
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19/5/2010
14:18
The Trend is your friend, as they say. Bottom is difficult to call here - though my instinct tells me that the convertible bond price of 40p has something to do with the recent weakness and should provide a sensible floor. Either way, it seems we have a rare flower here on this day of blood and mayhem on the markets: one of the few blue's on my screen. It wasn't meant as a slight to refer to PINN as "new-tech": I am sure the product/technology is very much cutting edge. However, whilst I accept the market is there for what they offer, I am not yet overly convinced they will succeed in developing the business. Their niche is not obvious to me and I think they will get squeezed by competition.
longshanks
19/5/2010
13:29
Hello all, I am thinking about possibly sticking a few quid in here,I like the story but feel they may drop a bit yet,I will watch and let you know when I buy. I have a big investment in PINN,a couple others also I see here, PINN are a profitable company,and expanding all the time,a bit like STP but without the profit bit. Longshanks, I think you may find that PINN is very high tec,its the way you have to be in the world of telecommunications. I wish you all well.
george57
17/5/2010
21:06
some more decent trades today and hopefully the rally could be just round the corner, fingers crossed as this moves up!
martin44
17/5/2010
11:02
cheap as chips here. I like the look of PINN - but it just seems a little too "new-tech" for me to want to take the punt right now. STP is - IMO - far better placed for growth as an integrated telco provider.
longshanks
15/5/2010
16:12
Tara, just to make the point that I am not trying to lure anyone away from SPT. I've been invested here for a couple of weeks now as I am particularly interested in the telecoms sector at the moment.
snickerdog
15/5/2010
16:09
Brewster, are you already in PINN? I hold a few STP as it has to be worth it at these low levels but have been heavily into PINN for a little while and as you can see from the new thread I have nearly finished, I am very bullish on them. I think that there is a lot to be said for the sector over 2010 especially with growing the SME client base. PINN is my favourite though and I would be very interested in hearing some of your views over on the other thread.
snickerdog
15/5/2010
15:12
Tara...if ur still abt ? Pls can you take a look at PINN. Just thought i wud give u a great tip :-) DYOR. Your feedback is appreciated.
brewsters millions
13/5/2010
19:06
Pretty positive the 'bounce' will come soon!
martin44
13/5/2010
12:06
illiquid stock and the MM's are trying their best to cope with a heavy "forced" seller IMO. It is either that or they have a large order to fill and are trying to induce panic selling by holders to satisfy the requirement. As martin44 says - you will only be able to buy these whilst the market is unaware of the unfolding story. I am nursing a paper loss which hurts but am still confident that the fundamentals here are very sound and will come good in time. I do run stop losses on some investments but seldom run them tight with AIM stocks - especially those like STP which are uber-illiquid.
longshanks
11/5/2010
15:44
longshanks - Agreed once the story get's out there should be a much greater positive mood about this one...good luck with your buying!
martin44
10/5/2010
16:10
I have been buying a fair few more of these over the last week and will continue to do so at these low prices. RSI is showing STP to be terribly over-sold and ripe for a re-rating once the selling is done. A bit nerve-wracking to see the price continuously drop but I am consoled by the embedded value. Lets hope they can pull out some decent results in the next month or so to bring in some decent institutional interest.
longshanks
04/5/2010
21:31
Stick with it and make money sell early and lose money on this one!
martin44
04/5/2010
16:04
Someone is dumping but must be desperate for the cash to be doing so at these prices: the fundamentals of STP are very sound. This is getting soooooo cheap, now - valued at less than the cash they raised last year from the convertible loan notes.
longshanks
04/5/2010
12:48
oracle28 - As part of the streamlining he is no longer there as a consultant as the business does not require duplication and then remove cost from the business and making even bigger profit.
martin44
30/4/2010
18:02
Good to see some decent volume today......
oracle28
30/4/2010
10:51
Well some one has just bought a few, the last accounts talk of a good few months ahead, so, my view is its just small selling, [that we have seen in this stock in the past.]
tara7
30/4/2010
10:19
martin44 what does your guy at mobotel think about the company, business?
oracle28
30/4/2010
07:53
What is going on here????? What makes you so positive martin44? I'm tempted to dump the lot just like everyone else is......
oracle28
30/4/2010
07:48
Only wish with the little dips occurring that i had spare cash to buy more STP!
martin44
28/4/2010
10:52
SpiriTel Chief Executive, Alastair Mills, named one of "Top 40 under 40" by Global Telecoms Business magazine 21st April 2010 SPIRITEL PLC ("Spiritel" or "the Company") SPIRITEL CEO FEATURED IN TOP TELECOMS LIST SpiriTel Chief Executive, Alastair Mills, named one of "Top 40 under 40" by Global Telecoms Business magazine SpiriTel Plc (AIM:STP), the business communication provider, is pleased to announce that Chief Executive Alastair Mills has been recognised as one of the telecoms sector's top "40 under 40" by leading industry magazine, Global Telecoms Business. The list identifies the top 40 business executives under the age of 40 that demonstrate entrepreneurial spirit, drive and the qualities needed to build a successful telecoms business, and includes individuals from all over the world. Over the last four years, SpiriTel has grown from being an under achieving business, with just one product and 15 staff. Under Alastair's guidance it has developed into the highly successful business it is today, providing nationwide coverage, from five offices across England, Scotland and Wales. This accolade recognises Alastair's commitment to excellence within the telecoms community, as evidenced by SpiriTel Plc. The growth and success of the company can be seen as a result of Alastair's highly successful management, 'Acquire, Integrate, Grow' strategy, and drive to deliver its 4,000 customers a complete business communications service, and is a fitting tribute to the company as a whole after a long period of high achievement. On introducing the list, Joe Gallagher head of telecommunications at KPMG UK, said: "Succeeding in a changing world takes talent. I would like to congratulate the 40 individuals recognised here, who are helping to drive the future of this dynamic sector, many of whom could well be leading the behemoths of 2020." Commenting on his selection, Alastair said: "I am very proud to have been included in this list. Everyone at SpiriTel has worked so hard over the last few years to bring the company to high level that it is at now, and I am immensely grateful for their hard work and dedication. I can say with confidence that we are industry leaders, and this is thanks to the efforts of the team." To see the whole list, visit http://www.globaltelecomsbusiness.com/Stub/FortyunderForty2010.html For further information please visit www.spiritelplc.com or contact: SpiriTel Plc Alastair Mills Kerstin Jenvey Tel: +44 20 7160 0100 Notes to
oracle28
26/4/2010
16:12
bounce will come!
martin44
26/4/2010
13:30
bad news coming?big loser today
meadow50
21/4/2010
15:57
oracle28 - Very positive news because sometimes the consolidation takes too long but I agree it has happened and the new structure is working well with some excellent management added as part of the acquisition...
martin44
21/4/2010
10:20
Upbeat trading statement within 2 weeks. All the aquisitions have been integrated in Cardiff, Glasgow, London and are contactable and updated onto the Spiritel website
oracle28
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