Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
7Digital LSE:7DIG London Ordinary Share GB00BMH46555 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% 5.35p 5.20p 5.50p 5.35p 5.35p 5.35p 233,000 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 11.9 -5.2 -4.5 - 21.33

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24/1/2018
08:20
7Digital Daily Update: 7Digital is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker 7DIG. The last closing price for 7Digital was 5.35p.
7Digital has a 4 week average price of 4.63p and a 12 week average price of 4.13p.
The 1 year high share price is 9.13p while the 1 year low share price is currently 4.13p.
There are currently 398,638,987 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 508,697 shares. The market capitalisation of 7Digital is £21,327,185.80.
06/12/2017
15:55
michaelmouse: "I note that the pump is in full swing to allow all those hoovering up new placing shares out straight away with a nice little lift." On a positive note you can actually string a reasonably coherent sentence together. Sadly it just illustrates what a clueless pillock you are. How exactly are 16 new investors with an average of around £400,000 each invested going to sell them when a £10,000 sale would probably trash the share price? That doesn't even include existing investors or Directors. Look at today's volumes, even tiny volumes shift the share price up and down. As for pumping the share price I'm pretty much the only one that's made any comment today, and I'm here for the very long term. The institutions are here because they're hoping it multi-bags into a many hundreds of millions of pounds company which will improve liquidity that they can eventually buy and sell into. They are more likely to be buyers than sellers. The share price may fluctuate and consolidate for a while on slim volumes but then if things remain on track it's off to the races. Some short term traders might make a very small amount of money on a quick turn, but that'll be it. Anybody trying to pick up any volume will send the share price into orbit.
03/12/2017
15:28
chezt: In my view the recent share price slide has been due to expectation of a cash call. Logically with 2018 being a year where 7dig ought to be generating a profit, I was expecting to see the opposite – a gradual rise in share price With increased demand and extra contracts I was indeed, surprised that the share price was not heading north. Now with an over subscribed case raise confirmed and I suspect an over subscribed demand for shares in the open offer to share holders I would expect the share price to jump. With this out the way it should mean its all upside for the share price now. The company is in a very dominant position, its the go to company for anyone wanting to offer streaming services - if fact its the only provider of any note in Europe. It would be difficult for a competitor to come up with an offering that meets their level of service. One of the major attractions to using their services and a key differentiator is their experience and ability in providing the tailored front end sware. Many of the reviews of 7digital give glowing reports in this respect. With growth in streaming rising rapidly, its a market that is only getting bigger and is likely to see huge growth in provision of these services. Aimho and dyor of course.
01/12/2017
07:37
michaelmouse: That's a big fund raise for sure and far larger than I expected. The price is also discounted at 4p per share. Big dilution is a negative. On a positive note, trading remains on track with 1 month of this year to go, and they should turn cash positive and profitable next year. I did say the balance sheet was a concern, but this placing should put a floor under the share price and they have massive opportunity to build the business from here. Explains the declining/static share price over recent weeks. If they deliver in 2018 though then the share price should rapidly appreciate. In theory it should do a ZOO Digital now. Temporary dip then large rise. Let's see.
21/9/2017
17:37
michaelmouse: I'm not sure why you're so worried about a placing anyway. It would be a good thing if necessary as I explained in this post:- "tiger60. You are correct about the share price. You could argue that it's just uncertain markets and that the share prices of illiquid micro-caps are generally very volatile at the moment. However, with 7digital there may be some nervousness regarding the possibility of them raising additional cash. Interim results are released on Tuesday so we may know a little more then. Indeed four Directors recently received remuneration in shares rather than cash. The situation as I see it is this. If 7digital still expect to be cash generative and profitable in 2018 then any cash raise is likely to be relatively modest at this stage (let's say £3m tops and hopefully less) at around 6p-6.5p. In other words dilution will also be relatively modest. The key issue surrounds next year imo. If projections are unchanged then with or without a fund raise the share price will take off in the next few months since uncertainty will be removed and the focus will be on 2018. A great recent example is ZOO Digital. It had spent the last 3/4 years going nowhere. In April they raised more than £2.5m at a placing price of 9p. Initially some investors reacted with disappointment. This is possibly because they hadn't thought it through. ZOO is growing and starting to produce profits and cash. Once the uncertainty had lifted then investors could focus on the future and the share price has shot up three fold since to around 27p. I may be wrong but I suspect (and am hopeful) that a similar scenario may happen here. Certainly, whilst the businesses are different, the parallels are striking. We will of course find out in due course. If this scenario plays out then you won't give a hoot whether you paid 5p/6p/7p or 8p because the returns will be substantial. Aimho of course." I hope you're correct and we don't need one anyway.
21/9/2017
16:17
michaelmouse: tiger60. You are correct about the share price. You could argue that it's just uncertain markets and that the share prices of illiquid micro-caps are generally very volatile at the moment. However, with 7digital there may be some nervousness regarding the possibility of them raising additional cash. Interim results are released on Tuesday so we may know a little more then. Indeed four Directors recently received remuneration in shares rather than cash. The situation as I see it is this. If 7digital still expect to be cash generative and profitable in 2018 then any cash raise is likely to be relatively modest at this stage (let's say £3m tops and hopefully less) at around 6p-6.5p. In other words dilution will also be relatively modest. The key issue surrounds next year imo. If projections are unchanged then with or without a fund raise the share price will take off in the next few months since uncertainty will be removed and the focus will be on 2018. A great recent example is ZOO Digital. It had spent the last 3/4 years going nowhere. In April they raised more than £2.5m at a placing price of 9p. Initially some investors reacted with disappointment. This is possibly because they hadn't thought it through. ZOO is growing and starting to produce profits and cash. Once the uncertainty had lifted then investors could focus on the future and the share price has shot up three fold since to around 27p. I may be wrong but I suspect (and am hopeful) that a similar scenario may happen here. Certainly, whilst the businesses are different, the parallels are striking. We will of course find out in due course. If this scenario plays out then you won't give a hoot whether you paid 5p/6p/7p or 8p because the returns will be substantial. Aimho of course.
14/8/2017
20:50
loobrush: 7DIG I think is doing really well and getting their act together. A number of competitor companies have gone bust or operating at huge losses but 7DIG is about to go into profit so it shows just how good they are doing against the competition. The share price seems to be standing still as I think investors are just waiting the proof that 7DIG is actually moving into profit. When this occurs that is when the share price will really start moving up. As they keep growing, and with low overheads, a lot of the additional turnover will be pure profit. So it may be a few months before we see any meaningful share price gains but when it comes it will keep going and going. I'm holding on to my shares as currently they are way undervalued and will be buying more shortly as I don't want to be caught short when the share price starts to move.
28/6/2017
13:00
michaelmouse: Slightly off topic but not totally unrelated, it can be frustrating to watch the share price of micro-caps seemingly bounce up and down. However, I've been here many times before and it's often worth the wait accumulating the dips at this stage (assuming you have confidence in a company's long term future). The second highest riser today is Creightons which I posted a blog about in 2015 when the share price was 6p. I never did get around to buying any. I mentioned a lack of dividend was a factor. Of course they've just announced stellar results this morning and the share price is now in the low 30s. Guess what? They've also introduced a dividend. It was a micro-cap that appeared to be going nowhere then all of a sudden it's more than 5 bagged. hTTp://michae1mouse.blogspot.co.uk/2015/11/a-safe-investment.html It is disappointing when you miss opportunities, but getting to the point, I believe that whilst 7digital is arguably a riskier investment than a company like Creightons, I do believe that if 7digital are successful, the rewards will be far greater in the medium to long term. Given the prospect of excellent cash generation I'd also expect dividends to flow in future.
21/6/2017
06:39
researchanalyst1: Back in April, A-rated managers Gervais Williams and Martin Turner tripled their stake in 7Digital digital after the firm revealed plans to buy its European rival 24-7 Entertainment from MediaMarktSaturn, Europe's largest electronics and entertainment retailer. The duo upped their holding from 5.4 million shares to 16.2 million shares or 10.11%. Well, two months later, the company has passed the ‘Ronseal test’ and delivered on their promise of creating a profitable, globally dominant player in end-to-end digital music solutions; the core of its business being the provision of robust and scalable technical infrastructure and extensive global music rights used to create music streaming and radio services for a diverse range of customers. As a result of the acquisition, and something the market appears to have missed – judging by yesterday’s lacklustre share price performance – 7Digital’s revenues are on track to rise twofold thereby delivering a highly profitable and cash generative financial year (ending 2018). FinnCap, the company’s nominated adviser (NOMAD) and broker, released this statement yesterday: ................................................................................... Harold Evans, Research Analyst June 20 2017 7digital has now acquired 24-7 from MediaMarktSaturn (MMS) on materially the same terms as previously announced. Separately, 7digital has also announced a major new deal (also with MMS), worth £6m over its lifetime. Because of the materiality of this new contract, we will be updating our forecasts, pending discussions with management. ................................................................................... Now, that exceptionally bullish statement comes hot on the heels of their early June note (below): ................................................................................... Harold Evans, FinnCap Research Analyst: June 05th 2017 HI-RES STREAMING CUSTOMER CONFIRMED "7Digital (LON: 7DIG) has today been able to confirm its relationship with Hdtracks, for which it is powering a high resolution streaming service using MQA technology." "Separately, the company recently received strong support from its shareholders in respect of its open offer. Acceptances were received for 9.3m shares, representing approximately 81% of the maximum number available under the open offer." "We update our forecasts accordingly – the only changes being an improved forecast cash position of £1.6m. There is no change to our price target which remains at 12p." ................................................................................... It goes without saying, at 7p, 7Digital is profoundly undervalued. Expect a materially higher Target Price when FinnCap go to the press later this afternoon. .
05/6/2017
12:19
michaelmouse: In the first line of today's news release it says:- "7digital (AIM:7DIG), the global leader in end-to-end digital music solutions" As I've said many times, one of the attractions of this company is that it has a quasi-monopoly in this space. The big question is whether or not it's a monopoly worth having? In other words can 7Dig come good on their promises and become consistently cash generative and profitable? Clearly, it's still early days. If you're a trader (and most are) then I suppose the day to day fluctuations in the share price are of interest. Longer term, if the company are successful then any share price below 50p will probably prove to be a bargain. If they're not successful then expect the share price to languish at these levels. Micro-caps are probably interesting stocks to trade, but the really big profits come from holding on to winners longer term. Surprisingly few micro-caps go bust. Aimho, of course.
31/1/2017
07:36
pet lover: Tidal is B2C 7Dig is B2B Look at the valuation of Tidal V 7dig. New B2B MQA Hi Res music is going to be launched this year by 7dig who will provide the licensing and streaming services. ( up to 5 are in the pipeline) This has not been factored in to the 7dig share price. In many respects 7dig has a far better business model through its partnership with MQA on the B2B side rather than B2C
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