|Its time some one smelt the coffee - Ads need to be WANTED... They only really work in magazines and Newspapers - especially HOME and GARDEN sections - but probably MOTOR too and MUSIC of course - plays and theatre.
Its not rocket science - its has to be newspapers. What the industry needs is cheap embedded chips in wafer thin , bendy white material that can be used to read papers - a big big brother to the kindle - so we can watch video clips in our 'papers' (as seen on Harry Potter)...
The industry NEEDS to CLUB together and produce a NEWSPAPER KINDLE - you can read your papers on-line but only via NEWSPAPER TECH - A NEWSPAPER KINDLE.
Like the Daily Mirror once produced the Mirror Dinghy, the big players need to produce a News Paper Kindle.
Google is old failed tech. IT DOES NOT WORK as an advertising medium..
Get out there journalists and reclaim what is yours!|
|just looked at chart and seems to be heading for about 600 level but bearish markets at present !|
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|a hammering today for some reason !|
|The last two months online numbers have been so good a pe of 25 must surely be on the cards.|
sold too soon! :-(|
|Courtesy of Broker Forecasts:
Daily Mail & General Trust downgraded by Deutsche Bank
19th June 2013, 10:57
Deutsche Bank has downgraded its recommendation on Daily Mail & General Trust [LON:DMGT] to 'sell' from 'hold' after analysing the divisional performance of the group in detail and concluding that it is unable to understand why the stock carries such a premium rating.
The City broker has cut its price target to 590 pence per share from 66 pence.
The shares are up by in excess of 40 per cent since the beginning of the year and are up by 10 per cent in the last three months.
Separately, Espirito Santo Investment Bank reaffirmed its 'neutral' call and 555 pence per share fair value, in a note to investors last week.
Broker Forecasts consensus data highlights that 35 per cent of brokers continue to rate the shares as a 'buy', while 47 per cent are 'neutral' and 18 per cent rate the stock as a 'sell'.
At 10:53am: Daily Mail & Gen Trust share price was down 14.25 pence at 770.75 pence.
|Well, I've just sold out. Held these shares for 5years or so, and always making a loss. Suddenly, last autumn the shares took off. I vowed to sell if ever I broke even (c.580p) but managed to hang on in until 710p, making a decent profit. I notice one broker is predicting 830p so I may have acted too soon, but as they say "leave 10% for the next man...."|
|Think I might dip my toe in the water with IAE and buy in on Monday with my profits from DMGT (up 36% since Nov 2012!)
(Lokking for at least 50%+ IAE upside in the next 12months (imho)|
|There was a news article today about the disclosure of David Einhorn having a 4% short position in DMGT.
Does anyone know what the rationale is?|
|Evening all - I've written a detailed blog setting out my investment views on Daily Mail & General Trust that I think you might be interested in. Feedback, as ever, is very welcome.
The blog is posted here:
|Daily Mail & General Unit Makes $10M Strategic Investment In Xceligent
LONDON (Dow Jones)--Daily Mail and General Trust PLC (DMGT.LN), the newspaper publisher, said Friday that its business information division dmg::information has agreed to make a strategic investment in Xceligent Inc, a provider of property and listing information, for a consideration of less than $10 million.
-DMGT shares at 1019 GMT, down 4 pence, or 0.98%, at 414.8 pence valuing the company at GBP1.52 billion.
|Daily Mail & General Trust Acquires Jobrapido
Newspaper and media group The Daily Mail and General Trust (LON:DMGT) has acquired job search engine Jobrapido 30 million.
The search engine will join DMGT's existing consumer media business, A&N Media, which has been renamed Evenbase.
A&N chief executive Keith Potts said: "I'm absolutely delighted to secure such a valuable asset for the group."
Jobrapido is the world's second largest international job search engine and includes Jobsite, OilCareers and Broadbean. It delivered 660 million visits from job seekers in more than 50 countries last year.
The valuation is set to increase over the next few years through an earn-out arrangement based on achieving financial and business targets.
Martin Morgan, DMGT CEO said: "Bringing the Jobrapido team into the DMGT group is a great example of DMGT's core strategy in action.
"We seek out and acquire market leading businesses with strong positions in rapidly growing international markets."
Last year Jobrapido generated revenues of 24 million and profits of 6 million.
Here's a couple of links about SCLP, one of the hottest stocks at the moment:
Tipped in press today as a buy|
Daily Mail's AGM is on Wednesday, have a look at this thread if you are planning on attending:
Broker note out-upgrade|
|New note - http://www.stockopedia.co.uk/research/daily-mail-general-trust-londmgt-strength-through-diversity-50836/|
|Goldman Sachs has a neutral rating for Daily Mail, raising target to 599p from 494p|
|Newspaper publisher Daily Mail & General Trust /quotes/comstock/23s!a:dmgt (UK:DMGT 522.00, +15.00, +2.96%) climbed 2.6%. The firm was upgraded to overweight from neutral at J.P. Morgan,575 target price, which said there is potential for multiple expansion and earnings upside.
Strong performance in business-to-business operations as well as cost savings have helped deliver resilient operating profit, and the shares have performed well, the broker said. "However, we think there is further to go," it said.
The U.K. election could impact on government spending and advertising but the broker said that it believes this is more than accounted for by cautious advertising revenue forecasts.
"Fiscal 2011 estimated operating profit in a blue sky scenario could potentially increase to 440 million pounds, versus out 323 million pound base case, which would result in a valuation of 670 pence or 32% upside," the broker said.|
|Numis analyst Paul Richards described the group's trading update as "very good." On the consumer side, he is "very encouraged" by the group's comments about the January to March period. As a result, Numis has upgraded its earnings forecasts by around 5% and target price to 625 pence from 614 pence. It retains a "buy" rating on the stock as Daily Mail remains of its key picks for 2010.
UBS called it a "solid trading update" and kept its "buy" recommendation and 550 pence price target, saying the stock looked cheap at 11 times 2010 annualised earnings -- slightly above the sector average.
Panmure Gordon has a buy for Daily Mail, raising target to 575p from 500p,|
|BROKER CALL:RBS upgrades DMGT
17 March, 2010 08:25:37 AM
Royal Bank of Scotland has upgraded DMGT to Buy from Hold, its price target to 560p from 450p and its 2011 EPS forecasts by 7% to reflect currency benefits, estimating that around half of profits are dollar denominated. The broker added that a more positive view on some of DMGT's cyclical exposures has also led to the upgrades.|
|* RBS upgrades Daily Mail & General Trust to buy from hold, raising target to 560 from 450p|
|Barclays Capital reckons first quarter revenue growth for fiscal 2010 was 'a tad light' at publisher Daily Mail and General Trust but there are 'clear signs of improvement in cyclical revenue streams.'
The broker has reiterated its 'overweight' rating and 535p price target for Daily Mail while remaining neutral on the sector.
'Management remains understandably cautious, refusing to sanction a rise in FY10 [fiscal year 2010] consensus (39-40p of EPS), given continuing uncertainty on economic growth,' Barclays Capital (BarCap) notes.
BarCap's earnings forecasts are largely unchanged following the recent trading update 'but recent trends underpin our confidence that top-line momentum will improve through the year.'|