Simon Thompson 

Bango in bargain territory

Simon Thompson

Simon Thompson

Aim-traded shares in Bango (BGO:160p), a provider of a state-of-the-art mobile payment platform enabling smartphone users to charge purchases made in app stores straight to their mobile phone account, have pulled back from their summer high of 197p, giving up almost all the 25 per cent paper profit made after I recommended buying at 157p (‘Bango dials the right tune in Chile’, 18 Jun 2018). Long-term holders are still showing healthy gains, though, with the share price about 72 per cent ahead of my original 93p recommended entry point ('Bang on the money', 26 Sep 2016). 

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