Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Clear Leisure LSE:CLP London Ordinary Share GB00B50P5B53 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.025p +3.57% 0.725p 0.70p 0.75p 0.725p 0.675p 0.70p 5,664,615.00 15:20:54
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 0.0 -14.9 -5.9 - 2.07

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24/2/2017
08:20
Clear Leisure Daily Update: Clear Leisure is listed in the Nonequity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CLP. The last closing price for Clear Leisure was 0.70p.
Clear Leisure has a 4 week average price of 0.76p and a 12 week average price of 0.74p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.83p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.55p.
There are currently 286,043,117 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,958,093 shares. The market capitalisation of Clear Leisure is £2,073,812.60.
20/2/2017
06:57
rkbeekeeper: Morning Longshanks You make some valid points and with robust questioning of both our views PI can make an informed decision. I do not claim to understand everything about CLP, I am trying to "find the missing millions" The only information we PI can utilize is what is in the Accounts, research of BOD and communicating with BOD (and Auditors) asking probing questions and holding BOD to account. Regarding BT and their Italian problems. I am sure BT pay their Auditors millions (we paid ours £28K last year) so BT have only themselves to blame for not taking their Auditor to task (I have taken ours to task and they are aware that our accounts are being scrutinized. Yes our legal claims are one of the avenues the Professor is pursuing but we have several assets that can sell and they will be sold (Professor intends to sell them all as he gets 10%) and as I have said recently Geosim is being sold and it is going in my opinion for over Euro 900K. I do recall Polly Peck (was not invested there) but there were two things that stand out with Polly Peck that I recall (but at my age I could be wrong) 1 The share price was running away and PI (and II) were chasing the share price up to dizzy heights and 2 Polly Peck were 'generating' massive profits on their fruit business that a school child could see were not sustainable from their business model. CLP is the exact opposite, share price rock bottom and generating (but only up to 2015) massive losses. Who knows? You could be correct and my 3% will be worth nothing but then again when you believe in something and have strong nerves and don't take a 10% "profit" hold firm and then one day the penny (or two) drops and the Market Makers realize this company Clear Leisure is going to deliver the LTH will be duly rewarded. I am out most of the day and if I am not able to Post a reply / response I am not ignoring you, I will post later. RKB
14/2/2017
15:43
rkbeekeeper: Some information providers like Yahoo to name but one record the last trade as the actual price so when someone looks at a watch list they see read when the share price has not really moved. But you miss the obvious. AIM is like a game of chess. I play not like most people, I play not to lose. That means I either break even or win (not lose) Establishing contact with MD or Chairman or Director or PR or whoever (including Auditors who are not allowed to talk to Private Investors) assists me as after I have their personal contact details I can communicate with them. We all know they cant give out any Market Sensitive information but it is often what they do not say that assists me in my decisions. You can call it trivia but it has made me a lot of money. How many CEO do you have their
20/1/2017
09:50
yajnas01: So was curious to know other people's thoughts about what we could realistically reach in terms of share price and when End of March is a key date right? So basically should see stuff before then hopefully I think. If the villas sell then thinking 5p per share?
14/12/2016
10:11
rkbeekeeper: Four Corner Pieces of the Jigsaw Eufingest have the four corner pieces to this massive jigsaw puzzle. You have to look at the whole jigsaw that Eufingest are helping to build. First Corner Piece: Eufingest currently have 78,719,066 shares or about 27.52% (more than a quarter of our Company) of the current total shares of 286,043,117. So this is a solid corner. Second Corner Piece: Eufingest have Euro 3 million of the 9.9 Million Bonds which they have agreed to accept the reduction of 6% on the interest they are due (they do not have to but they have agreed in principle) Now Eufingest could have refused to reduce their interest and ‘lent CLP’ some more money via another short term loan but they did not. Also their Euro 3 million is 43.5% of the outstanding Bonds of 6.9 million. So this is a solid corner. Third Corner Piece: Eufingest loans to CLP were clearly documented on the RNS dated 27 October 2016. In summary as at October they had loans of £526K and Interest accrued of £69K (total £595K) Then on the next day they lent CLP another Euro 50K which is repayable on 31/12/16 but can be converted at £0.0075. Then on 18 November 2016 they lend us another Euro 300K repayable on 30/04/17 but can be converted at £0.0085. You have to ask why accept an increase from £0.0075 to £0.0085? Eufingest have the power to dictate a conversion of £0.0075 but they accept £0.0085! Let’s just use a figure of 13 million shares converted from loans at £0.0075 and £0.0085 and this works out at a cost of about £97.5K and £110,500. So I expect that the small loan of Euro 50K will be converted to shares at the end of 2016. So this is a solid corner. Fourth Corner Piece: Eufingest could convert up-to Euro 350K of loans into shares. If all Warrants are converted there would then be 308,265,339 shares in issue. Using an exchange rate of £0.85p per Euro, if Eufingest were to convert the whole Euro 350K then £297,500 would convert into about 35 million shares. This would mean Eufingest would have about 113,719,066 or 33.13%. (as there would be total shares of about 343,265,339) I have excluded Eufingest having any Warrants. This is the fourth solid corner. Put it altogether and there will be a Takeover with Eufingest giving their backing to whoever wants our company. We get taken out at a substantial premium to our current share price. PS as for further dilution of shares. The Professor has done well to limit the number of shares in issue. Many companies on AIM have Billions of shares, CLP does not. Why? Because the Professor has been able to fund the company with the 100% backing of our largest and most loyal shareholder Eufingest. And when a dividend is finally declared it will be meaningful like £0.02p not £0.0000002p
13/12/2016
12:24
dice1950: Conclusions If the Mediapolis asset sale goes through successfully at €20m though, we come to a very attractive NAV figure of 5.49p per share, offering 137% on the share price. Further, if management can leverage the situation to their advantage (given the restructure passes successfully through the courts) and utilize the equity credit line for liquidity purposes then there will be no pressure for a quick sale process for the Company. Thus, CLP could engage with a number of interested parties as well as the two current bidders to attain a more competitive figure. It was valued at €35.6m independently after all. If we hypothesize that this figure is achieved and use it in our analysis above we come to a NAV of 12.23p per share, more than 5 times the current market cap.This is a tremendous proposition and is not so ludicrous to suppose that it has a chance of occurring. A failed Mediapolis sale implies 66% upside, our base case valuation for a successful outcome implies upside of 137%, while a fair value sale for Mediapolis offers 427% upside. If we weight these outcomes on a 45%-45%-10% basis respectively, we come to an expected per share NAV value of 5.43p, or 134% expected return. https://phynixmanifesto.wordpress.com/2014/03/30/clear-leisure-asset-value-deep-dive/
28/11/2016
16:14
rkbeekeeper: Just some share values so we all are aware of how much Alfredo Villa has on paper lost over the past 5 or 6 years. Using year end share price values taken from annual reports and his disclosed shareholding and the share consolidation of 250:1 2010 £3,831,029 2011 £1,351,010 2012 £1,413,952 2013 £600,930 2014 £277,135 2015 £248,856 So if he still has his shares and I believe he does as there are 'special rules' for Swiss Investors about not having to disclose their position (but illegal not to inform LSE of disposal if they have been disposed of, then Mr Villa is down on paper by over £3 million. So he is keeping the company afloat with 50k bungs till he digs up the bodies that he has previously buried. DYR
23/9/2016
14:25
dice1950: Posted 23/09/16 Hats off to management for a terrific turnaround! http://www.investorschampion.com/blog/entry/aims-rejuvenated-growth-stories For a higher risk recovery one need look no further than Strat Aero (AIM: AERO) an international aerospace company focused on the rapidly emerging Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (“UAV”) sector. Since arriving on AIM in November 2014 this start-up with ambitions to capitalise on opportunities in the emerging UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) has struggled. At IPO the Group raised modest gross proceeds of £650,000 at 8p per share (net £300,000) and initially saw its share price soar to 12.38p resulting in a market capitalisation of £9.62m. We commented in our earlier Blog how this seemed a high price to pay for what appeared to amount to a concept stock. There has a been a staggering amount of newsflow since, covering fund raisings, options to acquire other businesses, trading updates, change of management (including CEO), acquisitions of other UAV businesses, contract wins and legal action against the former Chairman, who subsequently counter-claimed. Quite an eventful 1st year on AIM! Results for the year ending 31st December 2015 saw the business generate an operating loss of US$5.8m on revenue of US$433k. With a good chuck of the loss attributable to impairments the operating cash outflow was a bit less at US$3m. The Group held net cash at year end of US$367k. August 2016 saw a fund raise bring in £370,000 at 0.5p and news that revenues for the six months to the end of June 2016 were approximately US$410,000. The really promising news came on 8th September, when it announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Geocurve, has been awarded a further contract to provide aerial inspection and level survey services for the Environment Agency’s Thames Estuary Asset Management 2100 (TEAM2100) programme. Depending on contract options and call-off timing, the TEAM2100 programme could deliver in the region of £1m in revenue to Strat Aero over the next 18 months, and £2.5m over the duration of the whole programme. With share price in the doldrums and the current market capitalisation only £2.2m, it might be one to watch in what looks like an interesting high growth market. However, it’s certainly not for the faint hearted and there are bound to be a few more capital raisings needed in the short term to boost the coffers, not to mention the distraction of legal action with the former Chairman!
14/9/2016
15:12
cashmachine2: Shoestring.You either believe in the recent RNS or you don't but today's placement was to repay debt on favourable terms and they issued warrants at 1.5They have a lot of legal cases going on right now but you either stand and wait for the projected £60m cash shell and rolled over tax losses and the multiples the share price will be or you do what most pi's do and sell right at the point of capitulation, only to then see the share price rise back and beyond their buy in price.Your decision as was your decision to buy but the last thing I'd do today is sell but that's your call.Good luck
12/9/2016
12:04
scotty666: 10Bag dont be a moron, just move on. They are realizing cash from assets and reshaping the company, simple but by no means guaranteed hence the share price is worth a few pence a share today rather than multiples of that price - but certainly heading the right direction in terms of progress and share price appreciation.
28/7/2016
12:46
dice1950: This is cracker and value will be here soon Westhouse believes “there is no longer an intermittent technical overhang which will now benefit investors” and argues that the share price should now close the gap with that 12.14p asset value. With Clear Leisure expecting group revenues of £43m, rising to £54m http://www.dailyreckoning.co.uk/penny-shares/penny-sleath-is-this-share-underpriced-by-percent-63730/ https://phynixmanifesto.wordpress.com/2014/03/30/clear-leisure-asset-value-deep-dive/ if the Mediapolis asset sale goes through successfully at €20m though, we come to a very attractive NAV figure of 5.49p per share, offering 137% on the share price. Further, if management can leverage the situation to their advantage (given the restructure passes successfully through the courts) and utilize the equity credit line for liquidity purposes then there will be no pressure for a quick sale process for the Company. Thus, CLP could engage with a number of interested parties as well as the two current bidders to attain a more competitive figure. It was valued at €35.6m independently after all. If we hypothesize that this figure is achieved and use it in our analysis above we come to a NAV of 12.23p per share, more than 5 times the current market cap.This is a tremendous proposition and is not so ludicrous to suppose that it has a chance of occurring. A failed Mediapolis sale implies 66% upside, our base case valuation for a successful outcome implies upside of 137%, while a fair value sale for Mediapolis offers 427% upside. If we weight these outcomes on a 45%-45%-10% basis respectively, we come to an expected per share NAV value of 5.43p, or 134% expected return.
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