Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Stilo International Plc LSE:STL London Ordinary Share GB0009597484 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 3.00 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.00 5.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 1.49 0.14 0.16 18.8 3
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 3.00 GBX

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Stilo Daily Update: Stilo International Plc is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker STL. The last closing price for Stilo was 3p.
Stilo International Plc has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
The 1 year high share price is 0p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0p.
There are currently 113,930,470 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Stilo International Plc is £3,417,914.10.
mudbath: So how will we value Stilo ? Over £1 million in the Bank. No debt. Recurring revenues of £500k +. Annual net profit of £250k +. Well covered dividend. Burgeoning market place. 10p per share (minimum)? TSX here we come!
stilolosses: Tipper will do as he is told by David and co. Flogging a product in Authorbride which they spent 10 years making to a fellow competitor because they could not do anything with it was certainly a shrewd move. A very shrewd move indeed! So shrewd that they now have nothing left but will be able to boast they had a great year by contorting the year end numbers. Just a matter of time when they screw the remainder of the shareholders just like they did Brewing and the little insignificant shareholders whom got a penny per share. Very, very honourble, honest, whiter than white and very shrewd indeed!
mudbath: As I have a double yolker cooking over at TERN;the STL thread can enjoy further tranches of Wonder Woman's augury until such time as she reverses her position and becomes both realistic and positive. jusque là !!
stilolosses: Will certainly be TWISTED LOGIC when management finally puts the knife in the rest of the shareholders backs and hold them to the very same ransom as they did with Brewins and those poor little shareholders who were told that they WOULD only receive 1 penny a so so laughable Shrrwdie! (Ha, ha, ha)
mudbath: If they are to have their cake and eat it then other stakeholders will also benefit. One cannot on the one hand assert that STL is only fit to close its doors,yet in the same breath claim that there is significant value set to accrue to DA and his sons. Which is it Wonder Woman?
stilolosses: Must be very, very, very exciting for Canadian innovator Stilo International to flog the Authorbridge product for probably a few hundred thousand if they were lucky and then to contort the year end figures by claiming they had an excellent year. Bottom line, they have no other choice but to flog the business to David Ashman's contacts, sons, family and friends who have been waiting to line their pockets for some time. In order to do this they have had to do the following so far: 1. Delist. 2. Get rid of Brewing. 3. Grind the little holders out by giving them a spectacular penny a share. 4. Offload Authorbridge and stick the sale on the accounts to make it look like they are a successful and prosperous outfit. The final nail in the coffin by Canadian innovator Stilo International soon to come when they announce spectacular, misleading accounts. Only a matter of time before shop is locked up and opened back up by David Ashman's sons. Exciting and interesting times ahead my foot. An intelligent 12 year old knows how this scam works.
michaelmouse: Yes that's correct. Larger shareholders will also receive fractional payments if their shareholdings are not exactly divisible by 15000 e.g. a shareholder with say 50,000 shares will retain 45000 shares in the company and receive a cheque for £50 (5000/15000)x £150. It's a very sensible move to consolidate the share register and will leave just 88 shareholders. It'll save a significant amount of cash in admin costs and ultimately leave them with more distributable reserves to pay out to shareholders in future dividend payments.
stilolosses: Shame nobody have been ramping these up for the last few days. When will the share price dive? If in around a week the company does not get the votes to de-list the share price falls significantly to take into account it's current struggles. The only way the company is able to make any profits is to make major cost savings and to cut headcount but then it cannot make much profit anyway as it only have few staff. Compounded with better competition in a very small market where only around 1000 companies use Dita on a tiny, tiny scale. If the company does manage to de-list then the share price automatically goes down to zero pence. The two reasons why the share price has risen recently: 1. Market makers trying to profit. 2. Investors trying furiously to average down in order to keep face.
stilolosses: So now Stilo International has taken a new position for the current financial year in the market by trying to give Migrate and Authorbridge away for free hxxp:// hxxp:// Over the years I have written so, so, so, so many posts giving precise and exact reasons as to why Stilo has and will continue to struggle. It’s that bad at Stilo that they have no other option but to throw out freebies to potential customers. One problem though. I can more or less guarantee that in this minute, tiny market, despite throwing their products out there for free, they will still end up in negative territory. They will continue to go south on all fronts: cash, revenues, profits, products etc,etc,etc So where next for Stilo. I expect the share price to hit lower levels than the current share price to around half a pence. I expect them to report terrible numbers all round for the current year and I firmly believe that it is only a matter of time before they try and get de-listed by which time the share price will be considerably lower than the current 1 pence level. I have been spot on so far and with Stilo International and with them continuing to struggle, despite giving their products away for free, its only a matter of time before we see the current share price go even lower than the current level as they work their way through their cash pile with next to little sales, When I said the share price would fall to 3 pence, I was told that I was speaking rubbish. When I said the share price would fall to 2 pence, I was told that I was speaking rubbish. When I said the share price would fall to 1 pence, I was again told that I was speaking rubbish. No doubt I am still speaking rubbish with my prediction that the share price will soon fall to around half a penny in due course before the de-lising.
michaelmouse: SL - Let me help you out somewhat since you seem unwilling or unable to answer the question. Starting with Stilo's prospects. Firstly, when I originally invested the share price started to rise alongside their steady growth and progressive dividend. In fact, you started recommending that everybody should find all of their savings and put them into Stilo International. Never a great suggestion with any tiny company no matter what their circumstances. You yourself invested towards the share price peak. It would have worked out well for you had growth been sustained, but sadly it wasn't and you've become very bitter. In summary, from 2014-2017 Stilo was growing, but in 2018 the wheels fell off a little bit. We'll come on to 2019 shortly. Stilo is a tiny company and the shares are highly illiquid, as a consequence the share price has fallen, but the saving grace about this company is it's balance sheet which has enabled them to continue increasing the dividend (indeed a further 20% in 2018). In fact, since I invested, the dividend has doubled and I receive a very nice payout every half year for income. I'd like a rising share price as well, but unless or until growth is restored that's unlikely to happen. On to 2019. They will update the market this week, and my guess (although I could be surprised) is that trading will have been poor and they may go for a de-listing. I might be wrong, but it's very possible because they've strongly hinted at these two things in the 2018 report. Most PI traders will have already sold their shares or will sell on those two announcements. I would be a buyer since I'm quite happy to hold shares in a private company with very sound fundamentals. Imo Stilo is already priced at a market cap. below it's wind-up value and that remains the same whether it's listed or not. Over time I'm also hopeful that Stilo will return to growth increasing it's intrinsic value and net worth even further. Ashman and Burnham know that a de-listing would be beneficial for two key reasons:- 1) They have no need to raise capital so why stay listed given the additional work and listing costs? 2) They would save £150,000 a year in listing costs enabling them to continue dividend payments. That £150,000 equates to a 0.13p dividend each year which is a yield of 7.5% at the current share price. You could view it as a special dividend. Whether the company is listed or not, there will also come a point when they sell up, and since I believe the company is already valued below it's wind up value then shareholders will be richly reward at some point in the future, although this can't be guaranteed. To summarise, if they do indeed report poor trading and an intention to de-list next week then the share price will plunge and I will be a buyer for all the reasons stated. Of course, a surprise the other way would cause a massive jump in the share price, but bear in mind they have flagged the former rather than the latter. Finally, you said, "Mind you I don't even know where to stick my " apostrophe "". Well I've got a great suggestion as to exactly where you can stick your apostrophe ;)
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