Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cellcast Plc LSE:CLTV London Ordinary Share GB00B0GWFM68 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% 2.825p 2.45p 3.20p 2.825p 2.825p 2.825p 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 11.8 0.5 0.7 4.0 2.19

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03/12/2016
08:20
Cellcast Daily Update: Cellcast Plc is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CLTV. The last closing price for Cellcast was 2.83p.
Cellcast Plc has a 4 week average price of 2.65p and a 12 week average price of 2.60p.
The 1 year high share price is 3.05p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.30p.
There are currently 77,513,524 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Cellcast Plc is £2,189,757.05.
21/11/2016
08:56
philjeans: Agreed - the share price would benefit from hearing good news!
28/9/2015
12:15
nazrat: Ah the Stig..... so we should see the share price in double figures soon after your timely appearance here now.
17/8/2015
16:43
lyonst5: A bit of excitement today i see. I think Cellcast have a few cards up their sleeves yet to get the share price moving without the need for the ramping squad to be called. hxxp://learnbonds.com/122585/google-inc-googl-story-trader-folly-drive-tiny-firm-80-higher/ Google won’t be buying Cellcast Cellcast is in the business of interactive TV, and odd path for Google (NASDAQ:GOOGL), (NASDAQ:GOOGL) to go down at this point in its life. The firm is behind TV features that allow a watcher to enter competitions, and vote on some reality TV shows in exchange for a small payment. Cellcast is also in possession, according tot he rumors doing the rounds on Monday of tech related to internet calls. Google launched Project Fi this summer. The wireless carrier aims to lower the price of putting together a cell network by using Wi Fi in order to make calls when possible. The Cellcast tech for making calls over the internet could fit into that mold, and the small size of the firm, despite being traded on the public market, makes it just the sort of concern that Google eats up on a regular basis. Too bad nobody told the board members that there was a hint of a deal. Google (NASDAQ:GOOGL), (NASDAQ:GOOGL) is not buying Cellcast, at least not according to the board of the firm. The rumor on Monday morning does give some insight, however, into the tension surrounding the firm’s recent mutation.
26/11/2013
11:03
ukmassy: RNS Cellcast Plc (the "Company") Press speculation regarding cash injection Cellcast plc (AIM: CLTV) notes the article in today's Times regarding a possible cash injection by Sony and the rise in the Company's share price. The Company states that there is no foundation to the suggestion that Sony is "about to inject £3 million into Cellcast". Cellcast brokes air-time and programming on a number of third party channels to a number of customers and a subsidiary of Sony has a trading relationship with the Company in this regard.
23/2/2012
10:51
mjcrockett: I am sorry, you are correct 1.91 is now the selling price. However, I sold 50,000 at 2.075 pence just after 8am this morning so I was assuming that the other trades this morning were also sells. There are certainly some strange goings on with this share price.
18/1/2012
20:27
davydoo: I've just been looking back at old posts on this BB. It's worth remembering that it was only a year ago that the share price was at 6p, and Jason Cropper seemed to be buying every share Neil Craven could sell. Yet 12 months later he no longer has a significant holding, and we're at 1.6p, with a very different business to the one envisaged by the 12p and 20p rampers that popped up at the same time. This was trading as a growth story stock, and I believe it has become a value story stock with the depth of assets that the business now has in relation to the current mkt cap. As the buyer of a lot the shares sold, and a chance to realise the value of those assets over time, I'm not planning to exit quite so quickly.
30/9/2011
12:30
lyonst5: Looking a lot better than the share price fall suggested, will pick through it later as i need to go out. Made £600k in the first 6 months with $1.5m sale to follow and also Licence Agreement sale $1.5m. So at present a £1m market cap...
25/8/2011
16:17
the analyst: Hi trixter, Yes, I used to hold CLTV and made a fantastic profit on the investment. Also, yes, used to hold MDC and made a great profit there too I don't hold either of them any more. Sold out of both a long time ago. I do still look in on these shares when there is news or a big movement in the share price. Mainly to see if any of the investors have spotted any hidden value, to see if I was right to have sold up such a long time ago, to see if it would be worth re-investing. In this case, I seem to have made the right decision to have sold up, despite the apparent 'hidden' value in CAH. Having seen the share price fall, I am wondering whether the value in CAH now outweighs the negative prospects of the UK business. But, there is also the added risk of the track record of the Directors and the new regulations, which puts me off investing. I'm still interested in hearing the bull case, though, in case I am missing something.
18/7/2011
08:32
davydoo: Norbert I can see how you reached your figures, but remember what Canaan paid for their share of CAH in 2007, they werent buying on a multiple of profits, and I dont believe CLTV's eventual exit from CAH is going to come from someone buying the business/stake on a p/e calc. That works for mature businesses not a business like CAH, in new technology in an emerging market. I actually think any new investors in a fund raising, or the management themselves are going to want to lose CLTV as a partner for a number of reasons. As shareholders of CLTV I just want to make sure that the value of our CAH stake is maximised. TopgunNS, you are quite right to highlight the risks of their changing strategy, but I believe that's reflected in the price already, and is part of the risk/reward calculation I made when investing here. If CAH had just had a repeat year, and not developed their business, then yes we may have a higher CLTV price now, as people do their p/e calcs to justify a higher price, but if CAH had stood still, it would risk not achieving a substantial future valuation which I am looking for.
09/2/2010
12:35
the analyst: The point is, that CAH has a very strong and highly respected team behind them. The most likely exit, imo, is that they float on an exchange, which will mean that CLTV holders either get a shareholding in the newco, or a cash payment, or that CLTV becomes a hugely cash-rich company. If it's the later, the CLTV share price will reflect the cash in the bank Yes, there may be a discount to Nav if that's what happens, but you would still see the share price jump massively and holders can take an exit at that stage by selling. No problem.
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