Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Addleisure LSE:ADE London Ordinary Share GB00B031HV98
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.25p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Leisure Goods 2.8 -6.0 -2.9 - 2.62

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20/2/201218:18Adex Mining7
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Addleisure Daily Update: Addleisure is listed in the Leisure Goods sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ADE. The last closing price for Addleisure was 1.25p.
Addleisure has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
The 1 year high share price is - while the 1 year low share price is currently -.
There are currently 209,871,949 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Addleisure is £2,623,399.36.
mjcrockett: Isis, you could argue that this was a re-financing. However, given that this was at a huge premium to the current share price and the funds were provided by a blue chip company who have also taken an equity stake in a subsidiary at huge premium, it is perhaps not the way to view the transaction. MJ
dell314: LOL! Who says the company was "worth" £4.5million a couple of months ago? FYI, this stock is regularly pumped and dumped, so the share price tends to fluctuate quite widely. Incidentally, you appear somewhat confused about Power Plate. The company has lost its distribution rights and now has some vague plan to franchise fitness centres. At least one of Power Plate's rivals already does this. Are you assuming that setting up a franchise business doesn't cost anything? Have you actually looked at ADE's financial figures? They are nothing short of abysmal so far and they have now lost the one business that was supposedly planned to breakeven this year. Do you actually have any proper research to share, apart from your observation that the share price has been higher, so it might go higher again. FWIW, the share price has also been much lower.... All IMHO, DYOR etc. Rgds dell
memoeryman: could see another nice rise today, positive press comment and a fast growing company, all ripe for a upward shift in the share price would agree with sip looking for 10p short term
memoeryman: This one is going one way only and thats up if dell cant see that then its his own stupid fault. In fact ive never seen dell like any share, he is a negative loser who has nothing better to do with his lonely life than to deramp good companies. He must be so hated by the directors of these companies whi through hard work are trying to build a sucessful business who need shareholders like us to support the share price.
mark c graham: Dave, More often than not, directors exercise options at nil cost. For example, if the shares go up to 8p he can exercise the options, sell half the holding to pay for that, and keep the other half for nothing. I believe that option issues should either be out of the money, for example exercisable at 6p, or subject to performance conditions, for example not vesting unless the share price reaches 8p. Whilst this issue may well act as an incentive to the director, I see it as a sign of worrying weak corporate governance. Don't overlook the dilutitive effects of options on the value of your (and my) own holdings. Unlike with the exercise of the warrants, I do not think that anyone can argue this option issue is a buy signal.
memoeryman: Upon admission to AIM, ADE issued shares at 5p giving it a market cap of £5M. Since then we have seen an increase of their holdings in Fitbug, Digital plantation etc. We have seen them open a dedicated store in London. We have been told they are performing better than expectations. We have seen the first deliveries made of powerplate. They have invested in advertising. They have secured the rights to distribution in over "30" countries. We have seen the Directors exercise Warrants at 5p per share giving an further induction of 1/2 Million £'s. We have seen them turn gross profits of £35k on £98k sales. So after all of this, what do we think the market cap is today? This may shock you, it is still £5M. With the progress the company have made, and everything in the pipeline, I would have expected a market cap nearer £10M giving a share price of 10p.
trigsta: ADDleisure says knows no reason for share price rise LONDON (AFX) - ADDleisure PLC, which invests in the leisure, health and fitness sector, said it is not aware of any reason for the recent rise in its share price. ADDleisure said it does not have any unpublished price sensitive information. At 12.30 pm, ADDleisure shares were down 0.36 at 3.32 pence. this is going to tank, another pump and dump stock....lock in profits now people dont get taken for a anyone going to answer dells very good question? T Lock in profits NOW
davew28: lqs, How come you valued the share at 2p at 9:00 and 1p at 14:00? ADDLeisue is not an investment company. It has investments in other companies if that is confusing you, but there again so do most companies. Please substaniate your reasoning behind why you think the share price is worth x.
lqs: Thanks to tiptornado for bringing this one to my attention. Id never have been aware of it otherwise. I see the company dont know why the share price has risen. Anyway it looks a great short. Anyone else gone short?
mark c graham: Hamilton, They exercised their warrants at 5p because that is the price they are exercisable at. The exercise price is not affected by the share price. As to why they should choose to exercise them when they could buy shares more cheaply in the market, my guess is that development cash was needed for the ADDleisure businesses, and this was a more attractive option than diluting their holdings via a placing. There is no doubt they paid 5p for each new share, so they definitely will not be selling into the market.
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