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Stilo Intl LSE:STL London Ordinary Share GB0009597484 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 3.00p 2.50p 3.50p 3.00p 3.00p 3.00p 0 05:00:01
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Software & Computer Services 1.9 0.3 0.3 10.7 3.42

Stilo Share Discussion Threads

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07/11/2018
10:34
Good morning mud! I know you have me on your really, really effective filter system that is continuing “evolving!R21; during the so called “evolutionR21; process. I was speaking to Mohammed in the mountains today. Following on from this I have a message for you....................though I am not sure it will get though to you due to your filter system. Is there any chance you can make some further transactions in Stilo shares. After all, you have traded around 20 million shares during the last 10 years. Is there any chane you can sort it for us and purchase some more shares. You see, Mohammed in the mountains, told me that in this way it will at least cause the share price to increase over the next year or so and when it does…….Bingo you can sell some and make more stunning and substantial gains. Course, with this being a multi year and incremental development stage company as stated by Stilo management, the price will fall again and you can then come back in and trade some more and take your trading from the current 20 million to 40 million shares. By the way, Mohammed in the mountains did mention that it is quite normal behaviour for those with an interest in shares to continue throwing out false and fictitious information on Stilo International in order to continue trading on ups and downs. (20 million buys and sells for you so far). Mind you, in your defence, I did tell Mohammed as he came out of the mountain, that you would never do any such thing. Mohammed is concerned though that you may not get my message due to you having me on filter. In closing, you probably are right in saying that you are “pretty qualified” in knowing that the shares are more illiquid now than they ever have been over the last 10 years. Maybe they were just as illiquid when David Ashman and his sons bought around 20 million shares from their mates at Brewins.
stilolosses
06/11/2018
13:43
Well you need to get cracking on as there are 100 million plus shares that you can trade in. After all, you are the "resident professional market expert!" Do let us all know when you buy your next batch. Course, you will let us all know when you next sell again during the "evolution!"
stilolosses
06/11/2018
13:33
"Stilo shares being more illiquid now more than at any time during the last 10 years is a load of rubbish."(StiloLosses) Well having bought and sold around 20 million shares over the past 10 years,I feel pretty qualified to make the observation that trading has been particularly difficult over the past 3 months or so. The MMs continue to seek shares whilst concurrently remaining reluctant to part with any in size.
mudbath
06/11/2018
12:24
I think Stilo management are the ones that always have the last word. One can argue that Stilo management’s “contribution” in their annual reports ever since the company was put together have been more of the same too. I certainly cannot argue with you about some making “significant gains” I’m sure some will continue to do the same. Course; there are loads of investors out there that have made “significant losses”. Stilo has always been at an interesting point in terms of “developments etc, etc, etc…” One only has to see all there very, very, very interesting “developments” that they have spoke about over the 20 years or so. Stilo shares being more illiquid now more than at any time during the last 10 years is a load of rubbish. The share price will continue to fluctuate like normal at these levels. I’m sure there will continue to be a stampede to “buy and sell” Stilo shares over the next 20 years or so. Nothing different here. So Les Burnham says that the market is “evolving?R21; It certainly is “evolving̶1;. I completely agree there. You only have to read the last 20 years annual reports to get an understanding of how management have spoken about the “market evolving”. It certainly has been “evolving̶1;. The market has always been evolving in which Stilo operates but the problem Stilo have always had, even though it has “evolved”; and will continue to “evolve”, is that this is an incredibly small, miniscule, minute, tiny unnoticeable market, which has always been reflected in Stilo’s financials despite having products like Omnimark, Migrate and Authorbridge. I will be more than happy to refer you back to this post about how the market is “evolving̶1; in, “say 2022” and demonstrate to you how this effected Stilo’s financials then. Despite the market “evolving̶1; and continuing to “evolve”, Stilo’s customers and potential customers do one of 3 things and will continue to do one of 3 things: Do it themselves with all the free tools out there through third party contact; take their business to Stilo’s competitors or simply employ their own in-house staff and do it more cheaply. These 3 methods, coupled with a incredibly small, miniscule, minute, tiny unnoticeable market, is Stilo’s competition. Always have been and always will be. Oops I know you rather that I don’t mention it but can you recall the already low 2017 revenues that will dwindle by some £350,000 in this current year, even though the market is “evolving̶1;. You should attend the next AGM in March 2019 and speak to management and ask them when they will ever make any decent revenues and profits and start moving forwards rather than backwards during the current new “evolution process” that you have been banging on about during the last 10 years. Some have been talking about “evolutionR21; a lot longer like 20 years. In closing, you have been talking about Stilo benefiting “substantially” for the last decade which too is more of the same. Enjoy the ride!
stilolosses
06/11/2018
10:44
Post away StiloLosses for we all know that you always have the final word. Again,your latest "contribution" was just more of the same. Some here have made significant gains and are intent upon replicating these. Stilo for me is at an interesting point,both development wise and price wise. It is proving a slow process to acquire STL shares for the market in them is more illiquid than I have ever experienced over the past 10 years. Potential investors have to wait on each sale and when these occur there is something of a stampede to mop them up;no wonder in view of the minimal market cap. Les Burnham has said,many times,that the market is evolving and their is now evidence that this is becoming more material. Evolution is a slow process,indeed one involving a step forward and(sometimes)two backwards;a pattern that for personal reasons you deem unacceptable. Stilo remain well placed to benefit substantially... Enjoy the ride !
mudbath
05/11/2018
12:45
Does not matter about my comments clock. The Stilo share price is what it is. Does not matter how much the Stilo share price goes up today or tomorrow as we all know it will do what it normally does after a few weeks or so. I'm sure all those investors who have been waiting for decades will be absolutely delighted with the sudden increase today. Management will reveal results in March. I'm sure they will reiterate the same old stance as normal. "multi year endevour and incremental developments!" Mind you, as a holder I am "absolutely delighted" that the share price has fallen of late and risen again to make up for those losses. Absolutely incredible really! Of course, as we all know, Stilolosses dictates the movement of Stilo International's share price anyway. An absolutely wonderful increase of an incredible 9% today will make up, partly, for the substantial and sustained decrease in the share price of late though. Upwards and forwards........ Or is it downwards and backwards!
stilolosses
05/11/2018
12:28
Well done SL your comments this morning have seemed to have had a really positive impact on the share price which is now up over 9% (not that it reflects the same change in the offer).
clocktower
05/11/2018
12:09
Absolutely. Just like the Stilo share price has bee strengthening of late..........or 20 years or so! "Multi year and incremental developments" are the phrases that Stilo managment are keen to put out there!
stilolosses
05/11/2018
11:41
The transportation, energy, and manufacturing sectors,not to mention government, are also on course to be regulated,in the US initially,but with a global reach eventually.Again compliance will be a challenge;one where Stilo could emerge as the partner of choice "armed with the right tools and know-how to help you leverage regulatory requirements into a competitive advantage". It is not difficult to envisage the STL share price strengthening over the next few months and beyond.
mudbath
05/11/2018
11:28
I'm sure you know as well as us all mud that organisations have been using Stilo products for compliance for decades now. This is nothing new as we will find out as the years go on; just like all the other partnership agreements. As it happens, I hold Stilo shares but rather than give misleading and completely fictitious information I am simply telling it how it is at Stilo. Course, I am sure you will not mind giving us information about Mohammed and his mountain in relation to all the other partnership agreements over the last 20 years or so? But you can't! Not even Stilo management can. Just bare facts really! No bitterness! I'm sure Mohammed would agree too! Then again, I'm sure you would rather that I too give false and misleading information too! All will be revealved in March 2019 by the managment team at Stilo.
stilolosses
05/11/2018
10:12
Agreed robdance. The mountain is about to come to Mohammed by the looks of it and it is not just medtech where compliance issues are to the forefront. As for the StiloLosses "contribution" ,I surmise from his bitter post that he no longer holds.
mudbath
05/11/2018
08:01
Now the reality. My understanding is that organisations around the worl have sought Stilo's incredibly interesting automated technology since 1962. But, nevertheless, here we go again; and agian; and again; and yet again!.......and again!!! Stilo International signs yet another so called exclusive partnership agreement with yet another organisation! So whats new? Nothing really! Yet just another partnership agreement like all the other countless world leading exclusive partnership agreements that Stilo International has signed during the last 20 years or so that has led to peanuts. Many, many, many, many, many partnership agreements with the likes of: Dita Exchange Easy Dita Acrolinx Bluestream Componize Vasont Ixiasoft Typefi Fluid Topics The list is endless but one thing is absolutely certain. This so called partnership agreement is going to contribute the same levels of revenues as all the other world class partnership agreements that have proceeded before it; just a few quid annually. It’s not the first time we will hear how many trillions of pounds the industry that Stilo is connected to by way of partnerships but the only categorical facts that you can be absolutely certain about is the levels of revenues that Stilo will generate going forward; annual revenues of between £1.5 to £2 million. It’s not difficult to work out how this so called partnership agreement will contribute to overall revenues over the next few years. Not difficult at all. Normal service of 5 steps forward and 4 steps backwards will continue for some time yet. Can’t see Migrate, Omnimark, Authorbridge or any partnership agreements making much difference to Stilo’s fortune for some considerable time yet……As management had said on record about their products “multi year endeavour and incremental developments”. In the meantime, they have their work cut out as they now need to work tremendously hard with simply to make up for the £350,000 that has been lost. Let’s not forget those so called professional market experts telling us about the amount of new personnel that Stilo International were recruiting in early 2018. Will be most, most, most interesting to see how many new personnel have been recruited at the year end results and the effect on revenues. In closing, with 2018 coming to an end soon we can now look forward to 2019 or 2020 or 2021 or 2022 or 2023 or 2024 or 2025 or 2026 or even 2027 etc, etc, etc! ..........At the moment they are in reverse gear like normal.
stilolosses
04/11/2018
20:12
could get interesting SERVICES & SOLUTIONS FOR MDR/IVDR COMPLIANCE AND COST SAVINGS According to Ernst & Young's report, How the new EU Medical Device Regulation will disrupt and transform the industry: "It is difficult to estimate, in an industry as diverse as medtech, what will be the total cost of compliance with the EU MDR. One rough estimate is that the total cost of compliance, industry-wide, will be between 3.5% and 5% of revenue" – in other words: $20 billion. The cost and complexity of MDR/IVDR compliance is a challenge – you need a partner armed with the right tools and know-how to help you leverage regulatory requirements into a competitive advantage.
robdance
04/11/2018
12:49
Thanks michaelmouse for the link. It is good to see Stilo's long term partnership with Astoria generating a notable success.With a fair wind STL's automated conversion technology will be increasingly sought after.
mudbath
02/11/2018
16:03
Some Stilo news:- hTTp://www.stilo.com/2018/11/02/stilo-partners-with-transperfect-to-deliver-encompass-rapid-prototyping-program-for-mdr-ivdr-content-compliance/ Cheers.
michaelmouse
28/10/2018
11:39
It would be exceedingly quiet here michaelmouse if we were not to digress. All good narratives encompass wider issues.
mudbath
28/10/2018
11:19
LOL. re:TERN I wish you well with it mudbath. Each to their own as they say. Let's not forget this is the Stilo thread though. Enough of 7digital and Tern on this thread I think.
michaelmouse
28/10/2018
10:52
I have followed 7DIG since pet lover proposed it on my 2017 100% thread @ 6.25 pence. If I had invested then I would feeling uneasy;yet the rewards might still lie ahead. Regarding TERN,a heat shield rather than a safety net is a prerequisite,so as to avoid conflagration as it exits the blue sky,pierces the ozone layer and enters hyperspace. 18.75 pence. BARGAIN.
mudbath
20/10/2018
11:42
That's good mudbath. Stick with your strategy. Just for the record re:TERN. My indulgence is a company called 7digital. As you believe in TERN's future prospects, I have similar hopes for 7digital. It doesn't have a "margin of safety" though and has been burning cash like it's going out of fashion recently as it consolidates an acquisition within it's business and thereby cuts costs by £5m per annum. On revenues around the £20m mark 7dig should then turn profitable and cash generative very quickly. I'm hopeful 7digital's infection point is just weeks away. "I must tread a golden highway" - With 7digital it's been a "Highway to Hell" so far :). I remain hopeful of 7dig turning onto that golden highway! ATB.
michaelmouse
20/10/2018
10:29
I don't do "margins of safety" and yet my portfolio(of just one currently)has never looked so healthy;so I must tread a golden highway. Good luck with your strategy. Like you I am looking for that inflection point with STL.
mudbath
20/10/2018
09:32
mudbath I hope that you are aware that I'm a LTBH investor so "trends" mean nothing to me in my investing. As regards STL, it's hugely illiquid but has an excellent balance sheet and pays a healthy and rising dividend. What I'm waiting for is the point at which it starts to consistently grow earnings, that's assuming it manages to do so. If it does then the share price will appreciate with that consistency, but if not the company is conservatively managed with a very healthy balance sheet and tiny market cap. and I'll continue to pick up a nice income. I appreciate that you're already aware of Stilo's qualities of course. TERN is not a company that interests me I'm afraid. It may well become huge I just don't know because I don't really understand what it does and if it's got a USP and is in huge demand? It's market cap is already £38m and has been significantly higher so lots of expectation is already built in imo. I wish you well with it, and hope it lives up to your expectations, but I need a "margin of safety" and I can't see one with TERN.
michaelmouse
20/10/2018
08:51
michaelmouse I was flattered by your appropriation of my "its a steel" catchphrase for your blog ! Battlebus has been an investor here over the years;never though managing to catch the trend correctly,rather in the mode of StiloLosses. Do revisit TERN. Both Intel and ARM have gone public on their incorporation of DA's Keyscaler technology along with Ryzen,Comodo, Thales,Gemalto etc. Whilst their revenues are only now building,TERN,I am convinced,could be huge.
mudbath
27/9/2018
12:23
As I said in post 2701, a temporary overhang appears to have cleared. Very small purchases are now moving the share price back up to a more sensible level.
michaelmouse
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