Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
121Media Reg S LSE:OTO London Ordinary Share USU6829W1028 COM SHS USD0.001(REG S)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1,587.50p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
0.6 -5.9 -0.6 - 0.00

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02/5/2007
08:45
hamsterwheel: Nope, still very amateurish and won't unsettle any holders. You need to realsie that this share is a HUGE gamble - I'm happy to risk my investment on it as the possibilities for a massive share price are there. Remember, the CEO needs to get the share price to £500 a share for some of his options. That potential upside will scare off the serious shorters, leaving only the amateur eejits.
24/4/2007
08:30
hamsterwheel: Short away - but you won't, because you know very well that the day the first deal is announced (and it will be soon) the share price will head off into the stratosphere.
29/3/2007
08:51
techmark: 175 million market cap? There's practically no net assets here and the turnover thus far has been tiny. Most of the companies revenues are in dollars and the dollar keeps falling. Where's the results? They are due in March according to the website. Not long left to meet that target. Surely all the big hitters they are employing could get the results out on time. There must serious doubts about whether this company will be able to monetise it's products to a significant level. So far the ISP's have not exactly been rushing to sign up, especially given how long the talks have been going on for. At £175 million you have to ask yourself how much good news is already priced in and how much of the share price is based on pure hope. Regards
12/3/2007
08:52
hamsterwheel: Seen the share price today yump ? Looks like I'm WINNING AGAIN !!!! LOL !!!
06/11/2006
16:21
jaknife: Hi inarindg, I always know when I'm onto a winning short when I can post clear facts outlining the bear position but all that I get back to support the bull position is bull. Let's have another go and perhaps you can try some facts rather than waffle: First, let's have some stats: Shares : 10.97m MKT Cap @ £9 : £98.7m cf: Turnover of £2.2m in 2005 and £2.9m in 2006 (NB: Losses in both years ) Note that H1 this year is down on H2 last year Tangible book value : £1.2m (from interims) Cash : £1.6m (from interims) The fundamentals show that this is materially overvalued, every ratio is miles away from the sector average. In addition management seem panicky about the share price and the reg s holders are converting their shares on a regular basis which can only ne so that they can sell (there's no other reason to remove a reg s retriction). In summary sell. JakNife
06/11/2006
09:59
jaknife: The chart looks to me to be pointing down, which is where the price is going to go regardless of any bulletin board chatter. Let's have some stats to show how on a fundamentals basis this is materially overvalued: Shares : 10.97m MKT Cap @ £9 : £98.7m cf: Turnover of £2.2m in 2005 and £2.9m in 2006 NB: Losses in both years Note that H1 this year is down on H2 last year Tangible book value : £1.2m (from interims) Cash : £1.6m (from interims) Every ratio is miles away from the sector average, management seem panicky about the share price. The reg s holders are converting their shares on a regular basis, presumably to dump. In summary sell.
05/11/2006
20:06
wiganer: It does seem rather odd to issue an RNS in response to a 40% share price fall, when they said nothing in response to a 500% rise.
02/10/2006
20:50
johnyrocket: I also agree about the danger of shorting - as mentioned in a prior msg about any position in OTO effectively being a binary bet (well sort of). I should also point out that I predicted (in anothe rprior msg) that this latest set of results would be materialy disappointing but would leave enough uncertainty to keep the share price floating around at an overpriced level. Dead-Cat Bouncer, if the share price does start to rocket (further) on some similarly vague announcement then perhaps that would be the time to short. For now I'm simply pointing out that the company could well be living on borrowed time and keeping a close eye on. cheers, JR
25/9/2006
10:11
dead-cat bouncer: That is the point Yump - it has no fundamentals to speak of, but it is clearly far from friendless. Enron for example was a complete scam yet carried on merrily upwards because the support was there. OTO has the support at the moment. If that support should stop then I will be out, but that applies to any stock I own. Calling the absolute top or bottom is a mugs' game - things can always get alot better for new highs; QXL broke out to a price of £10ish, which was 10 times higher than a year before - " a ridiculous screaming short" (ADVFN poster comment) - a year later it hit £160. On the other hand you could have bought Canterbury foods last year at one fifteenth of its highest price, an all time low of 20p - well all time low until you held it and it collapsed to 0p. Trading shares is about understanding what could happen to a share price. Keynes thought that people were pricing shares not based on what they thought their fundamental value was, but rather based on what they think everyone else thinks their value was, or what everybody else would predict the average assessment of value was. People know that: 1. Broadband is very popular 2. Freeserve completely changed the penetration of dial-up connections 3. 121 Media have something that might do the same for broadband and that they are in discussions with ISP's These are very stong bull factors for its shareprice. The calculation people think other people are making is: What happens if they succeed? They are then thinking that 121 could increase the connections world-wide by maybe 10% i.e. 16 million (OECD had 158 million broadband subscribers by Dec 2005). Each of these generates a stated $2-$4 per month for 121. This brings in net revenue of $384-$768 million per year. That is why we are where we are, and with positive announcements we could be much, much higher.
12/9/2006
13:24
hammywheel: edwood - probably not a lot, but if they are one of the first movers in a huge market then there could still be a lot of room for the share price to motor even further. Pure punt
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