Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Aeorema Comm. LSE:AEO London Ordinary Share GB00B4QHH456 ORD 12.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.00p +3.57% 29.00p 28.00p 30.00p 29.00p 28.00p 28.00p 32,785.00 16:23:39
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 4.6 0.3 3.0 9.6 2.62

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03/12/2016
08:20
Aeorema Comm. Daily Update: Aeorema Comm. is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AEO. The last closing price for Aeorema Comm. was 28p.
Aeorema Comm. has a 4 week average price of 27.58p and a 12 week average price of 29.42p.
The 1 year high share price is 35p while the 1 year low share price is currently 25.50p.
There are currently 9,050,500 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 12,257 shares. The market capitalisation of Aeorema Comm. is £2,624,645.
18/11/2016
12:40
tiswas: The more I think about this company the more I am convinced that the only sensible option is for management to take the company private. Aeorema is simply too small to attract institutional interest, it would need to be 3-4 times the size, and even individuals have difficulty dealing because of liquidity issues or the share price spread. Buy or sell 25k shares and the share price moves disproportionately. There are no broker forecasts or coverage, profit numbers are so small that an upset could put them in to loss just like that. If they were not more than fair on directors remuneration then reported profits could easily disappear altogether. The share price has been on a downward trajectory for a long time now (I never did understand the reason for the spike in May 2014 but I did get lucky on trading a few) and whilst the dividend is VERY attractive it is only substituting income for capital loss. We go long periods without news, I do follow the Twitter feed, but 15 weeks for final results is very poor indeed for a company of this size. I would give the auditors a kick up the backside or ask them to re tender but 8-10 weeks is more typical for a company of their size and I would think they pretty much know the results on the 1st July! I love what they do and that directors are closely aligned with shareholders through their substantial holdings but have no idea why they need me as a shareholder with the cash they have on the balance sheet. Any other business with a balance sheet like theirs I would say was ripe for a takeover but being a people business no one is going to pay a premium without guarantees that they won't all walk out of the door the following day, so in my view is unlikely to happen(?). Even so, imagine what clients being part of, say WPP, would give them access to! So that just leaves management taking it private and to me the numbers look compelling. 50-60p for the 40% they do not already own and they could probably finance it out of the cash on the balance sheet and a good year's cash-flow. And then considerably reduced regulatory costs, own 100% and no external shareholders to worry about! I just can not see them achieving the sort of scale to make this company grow and the downbeat comments make me think that nothing is happening any time soon. Yes there is a case for just holding for the annuity style income but I do like to see the share price trending upwards as well. What does anyone else think?
14/11/2016
13:38
clocktower: Today's AGM has had a negative effect on the share price which does not offer much hope the current share price suggests to me. Anyone willing to disclose if they attended and the comments made? 20p on the cards maybe? hTtp://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/aeorema-comm-AEO/share-news/Aeorema-Communications-Plc-Result-of-AGM/72904858
14/10/2016
23:51
ramas: Net cash of 1.261m or 15p per share , debt free PE of 10 that's 35p share price, or with cash netted out you have a price today of 15pence. To get to CTs 20p level excl cash you are valuing AEO at about £400K or a PE of 1.4 !! This company has a huge discount based on the earnings visibility question. I suspect we will see another surprise dividend during the year and there is still a buffer good enough for 3 bad years. I think my dividend take is almost a free carry now .... I've lost count of the dividends. We may see 25p ex dividend which I suspect will be a perfect time to think about buying .... if you are able to cope with the earnings volatility.
08/3/2016
12:30
michaelmouse: CT - "mm - who said traders would have guessed that the 3p was coming?" post 3715 by implication. The trading fallacy is repeated again in post 3718 - "Traders have been able to leverage 20-30% gains". No they haven't unless their timing was absolutely perfect. Even holders didn't see the 3p special dividend coming, so it's unlikely that AEO has many traders daft enough to try and make a quick buck. CT - Talking of price targets, did you notice that my price target for LWRF came within a whisker of reality. I predicted a drop to 10p, and it fell to 11p. Not bad eh? Illustrates the nonsense of trading micro-caps since I'd simply plucked the figure from thin air. What are you doing with LWRF at the moment? You posted that you cashed in your losses, but you're still hanging around that BB I notice. Are you in or out of LWRF or aren't you quite sure yourself? ;). I see the share price has regained some of it's equilibrium (LWRF that is) but they are clearly leaving results to the last minute. It shouldn't take any company nearly six months to produce their results, particularly a tiny company like LWRF. In general, late results are a very bad sign and unless their trading statement for their new financial year is any good and/or they release some blockbuster news then the share price will tank again. Apologies for off topic.
07/3/2016
17:56
michaelmouse: So traders would have guessed that the special dividend announcement was coming then? What nonsense. Here's a challenge to you and CT. What will the share price be by the end of the week? I've no idea.
28/10/2015
18:38
michaelmouse: PJ 1 - Interestingly, if I'd been at that meeting then I'd have a great deal of respect for MR Hale. A company like AEO, at this stage of their development, must find it almost impossible to have clear visibility going forward where a large contract gain or loss will make a massive difference to profitability. The market is obsessed with short term revenue and profit targets. As I see it, AEO is attractive because it has a good chance of growing revenues and profitability in the next few years. At what rate they do this (if indeed they do manage it) I don't really care. You may think this is flippant if not downright stupid, but I make the same decisions with all my micro-cap investments. Risk/reward for AEO (imo) is very much balanced to the latter. The company is profitable with a solid balance sheet and valued at just £3.5m. Their clients are terrific for such a tiny company. Importantly they have also generated excellent FCF this year, and consequently raised the dividend by 50% (currently a healthy 8% return). They carry zero debt. I very rarely bother with broker's forecasts when a company is this small. It was the same with Trakm8 and Avesco. I simply guesstimate what the possible profits might look like in two/three years time and, if things go well, will the share price multiply manifold times? If the answer is yes then I pay my money and take my chances. Don't get me wrong, I'm not target averse, but the best interview question you can ask (imo) is not "what are you going to achieve at the end of the year?", but "where do you see yourself in five years time?". Think Alex Ferguson and Man Utd. if you like.
26/10/2015
11:10
ramas: I am going to try to be 100% objective and I am sure CT will comment on any differences of opinion. I am a LT investor and have been here nearly 4 years now having made an initial large purchase and buying on the dips and occasional selling (small clips) on peaks during the year - reinvesting profits back into AEO shares with the next purchase on a dip. I have a fairly large stake now. The share price action lately is disappointing as I really thought AEO would have 5 bagged by now - instead it has 2 bagged (for a brief period it was a 5 bagger)and provided 3 years of decent dividends typically 8-12% if you bought ahead of the dividend AND importantly kept your shares for a year otherwise losing your dividend in the subsequent volatility. There is a dilemma for new buyers when they look at the graph - for example last year the price dropped from about 60p to 45p over 2 months ex dividend - so better action if you are a trader than to take the dividend. So what will happen this year ... 1/ those of us close to the share knew profits would be lower but does the general market 2/ has the company re-established growth. evidence for bulls and bears to this point - new website, office updated, BD director onboard vs clients want to stay anonymous, lack of earnings visibility, 3/ AEO historically has struggled to take the leap to next level. I think they are serious about it and the odds are reasonable. I really hope directors interests remain aligned with shareholders - this is critical for the share to appreciate. Mike Hale takes no salary and as Chairman will hopefully keep the balance 2/ If you invest in AEO you are likely making a conscious decision to invest for at least a year to take the dividend and get some capital appreciation otherwise the liquidity will make it difficult if you need cash fast. in the meantime you suffer the earnings visibility conundrum (its easier after 2 years :O) 3/ AIM investors still like the get rich quick shares (think snake oil)even if they risk to losing ALL their money - think Sefton, CEB (potentially), GBO (recent Ponzi scheme) and most china stocks it would appear. so whats going to happen when we go ex dividend in early November ... 1/ will it take a similar drop to last year say 40p to 30p - maybe especially as traders bought in around this level so the notional dividend for them is 25% maybe more ... to depart and return a year from now to play the same game one more time. Will history repeat itself. My view is last year was exaggerated due to a large investor selling out. 2/ if you believe AEO is growing , Mike Hale makes some interesting comments in the Chairmans forward view - read it carefully. 3/ Will the tipsters finally take note - AEO has produced decent profits and 7-12% dividends for 3 years running now - an overlooked AIM success story 4/ suppose a new investor with £100k+ to spend likes AEO - they might be tempted to buy some now and then soak up any shares IF the price dips ex dividend - this is a window of opportunity to buy in size unnoticed. My point is fundamentals should support the AEO price and the dynamic of a potential and NEW 3% holder offers the squeeze and inevitable upside ok more bullish than bearish but food for thought - this is my view you will have yours - IMODYOR
24/10/2015
08:49
michaelmouse: It will be interesting to see if AEO mirrors the performance of AVS over the next few years. Certainly there are many parallels. One or two of you might be interested to pop over to the AVS thread which I initiated in 2009. The capital appreciation in AVS shares since 2009 has been spectacular, and I can tell you that I haven't sold a single share in all that time since accumulating them when the price was in the mid to low 20s. Perhaps more importantly is the dividends and special dividends that AVS has paid during that time. My yield on my original investment is around 35% per annum and increasing year on year. In dividends alone my original investment has been returned manifold times. AEO is a far smaller outfit of course, but with plenty of cash and no debt, it's far from high risk. The market cap. at around £3.5m is undemanding (to say the least) and hopefully the company can demonstrate real growth prospects. While we're waiting there's a 7.5% dividend yield to enjoy anyway(at current SP). I have been accumulating shares in AEO in the low 30s and around these prices over recent months. For obvious reasons, I don't declare my interest in a company before I have accumulated at what I feel are rock bottom prices, but equally I would never talk a company down in the hope of influencing others when my motives were simply to supress or depress the share price to buy more for my own financial gain. It is far better to just say nothing and wait until the share price comes to you rather than try and deceive others for your own gain. "For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul?" This should explain why I dislike the dishonesty and lack of integrity of Clocktower and his ilk. It should also gives you some pointers towards my investment strategy and record. You might like to also pop along to the TRAKM8 thread where I started accumulating shares when they were in the teens. Good luck with your investing. Michael.
23/10/2015
20:09
ramas: I think CT has an eye to buy AEO after the dividend in anticipation of a large drop once it does ex div ... Last year you could have taken a decent turn taking this approach , you can do this on a small shareholding without pushing the price and effectively leverage your notional dividend. I cannot do this in size but am very happy to take the current 7.5% yield and believe AEO will perform this year and grow earnings , increase the dividend and thereby share price. Ex dividend is 5th November and I would say it's extremely tempting at today's price and the reason why I have been buying more. AEO has paid dividends for 3 years running now at 7-10% yield and I'd argue its in the best place now for growth with the web, office refresh plus new talent on board. Check out the new additions on the website today and see what they have been up to for their blue chip clients. IMO and dyor always
26/7/2015
14:54
ramas: Just another thought AEOs aim listing as a shell company has a value , I've seen £500k paid for other shells but let's say £250k then that's another 3p of hidden value. You are buying a proven debt free profitable business for effectively 3p at today's share price or NIL if we take the higher shell valuation , giving a bonkers pe of zero !!!!!! The markets has excessively discounted AEO based on its low earnings visibility and tight liquidity. Fears of delisting can be allayed given the inherent value of said listing. So to summarise - cash 17p + DT asset 10p + notional shell value 3p = 30p giving a net value of AEO by the market of 3p or £270k (todays shareprice of 33p) , expected profits for FY ending June of £350k dividend tbc hoping for 2p, - end of year statement is due in the near future If ever there was an example of how the market can misprice a business for some valid albeit overplayed risks then surely AEO is one of them - of course IMO and always DYOR
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