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IP-based pay-TV services technologies company Amino (AMO) has announced results for its year ended 30th November 2017 and that “Amino has made a promising start to 2018… the board expects the company to deliver sustainable profitable growth in the coming year”. The shares have responded, er, more than 4% lower further below 200p. Hmmm…
Shares in provider of digital TV and cloud products and services to network operators, Amino Technologies (AMO) have recovered strongly from an October 2015 profit warning, to recently above 200p. However, they are currently sliding back below this level on the back of a “Trading Update” announcement…
Amino Technologies (AMO) has announced “a strong first half performance with record order intake and a very encouraging backlog to take into the second half of the year following sales growth in key regions”. Sounds interesting…
Amino Technologies (AMO) “is pleased to confirm that it is trading in line with revised market expectations (as updated following the trading update on 27 October 2015) for both revenue and profit before tax and exceptional items”. Of course the “trading update” and “revised market expectations” = a profit warning…
Tom Winnifrith & I tipped shares in Amino Technologies (AMO) on the Nifty Fifty Income portfolio at an 82p offer price in October 2014, before recommending banking gains and selling at 141p in June – see HERE. I now update with them down approaching 30% today, at 110p, on the back of a “Trading Update” (AKA obviously a profit warning)…
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Amino Technologies (AMO) has updated investors that “the return to revenue growth, as announced at the time of the Amino's full year results in February 2015, has continued and for the half-year expects to report year-on-year growth in both revenue and profit before tax” and that it “expects the traditional second half seasonal weighting in revenues to continue and is confident that results for the full year ending 30 November 2015 will be in line with current market expectations.”
Amino Technologies (AMO) has announced an initial €7.9 million, and up to €10.5 million, acquisition of Booxmedia Oy, a Finland-based Software-as-a-Service cloud TV platform provider, extending its IP entertainment delivery offering beyond its current connected-home focus.
Technology enabling digital programming and interactivity over IP networks-focused Amino (AMO) has updated that“profit before tax for the year ended 30 November 2014 is expected to be above market expectations” on the back of a return to revenue growth in the second half. Good news for those who followed our tip of just a few weeks ago – we are massively ahead already.
Young Steve Moore and I tipped Amino at an 82p offer on our Nifty Fifty website on October 15 2014 - the shares are now 95p to 96p. You see we can write BUY share tips and when we do we are good at it! But there is still upside. We reckon fair value for the shares is 133p and here’s why.
I previously commented on Amino Technologies (AMO) in November – concluding that it was one to keep a watch of, with the shares then at 89.25p (see HERE). The following updates as a trading statement today has currently helped the shares more than 5.5% higher to 94.5p.
Shares in IPTV hardware and software developer, Amino Technologies (AMO) currently trade more than 6.5% lower, at 89.25p, on the back of an announcement that although the company “expects to deliver profit and period end net cash in line with market expectations and, as such, demonstrate solid like-for-like growth in these metrics… headline revenue is now expected to be at lower levels than previously anticipated”. Is there a value opportunity here?
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