Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Digital Learning Marketplace LSE:DLM London Ordinary Share GB00B7FD9168 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 5.25p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 0.9 -0.4 -0.1 - 0.11

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16/11/201514:15UKREGAlpha Returns Group plc Further Re Disposal
02/11/201514:59UKREGAlpha Returns Group plc Conditionla Disposal
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12/6/201422:23Digital Learning Marketplace plc - 2012 and beyond461
30/5/201422:03NEW BEGINNING MKT CAP JUST Ј380,000 (with cash Ј279,000)163

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Digital Learning Daily Update: Digital Learning Marketplace is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DLM. The last closing price for Digital Learning was 5.25p.
Digital Learning Marketplace 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 2,149,077 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Digital Learning Marketplace is £112,826.54.
loverat: bozzy_s Silkstag's posts were an excellent example of when someone carried out proper research and actually posted the facts up for people to read. A very rare breed because the average deramper who turns out to be right and then takes the credit for it, normally does not post facts and figures and in some cases they are equally as dangerous listening to a deramper as a ramper. Simon Cawkwell's one line posts are a case in point. He will say a company is bankrupt and post no supporting views but everyone believes him and sells out. The share price subsequently multi bags when he is shown to be wrong or misleading other investors. Likewise the derampers here may have been right but if they had posted their research rather than simply scaremonger and gloat, more people might have seen sense. That's why these boards are dangerous and views one way or another should be ignored - unless supported with facts and figures as Silkstag did. It is no good for the one line derampers saying no one listened to them, when they do not support their posts and they have to take responsibility as well for people losing money.
saucepan: Jambo: re post 172 - fair enough; though change of news represents reasonable grounds for change of opinion. I feared DLM would go bust before significant contracts materialised. That seems not to be the case on the basis of the RNS. As I say, there is also a bottom on the chart now against which to place a stop loss. If the share price continues to decline from here that will be disturbing - though I now think it won't.
jambo172: With the cost reductions, they must be close to cash breakeven. Still surprised that they managed to get people to pay what was effectively a 70% premium to the share price. I think that they might have finally turned the corner. Contrary to what Saucepan says, a share consolidation might be helpful. There are 1.1 billion shares out there at the moment.
jambo172: Wow. Placing at 0.1. I thought placings were usually done at discounts to share price. This has been done at double the share price. Is this not a real vote of confidence. Alternatively maybe there is some more info that we don't know about.
fugwit: Acta, Would you care to expand on how and why the share price has been willfully taken down by third parties? Ta.
fugwit: Hi Acta, Silverdell springs to mind as a recent decent raising, there are others as well. Would you care to expand on how and why the share price has been willfully taken down by third parties? I have no problem with the run/walk dilemma, have been there enough times myself to understand its vagaries, however before I hand my hard earned over I would like to believe that the management are capable, and now they have the opportunity to demonstrate. I agree re Asia, AH has enough mileage out there that it wouldn't surprise.
wilburylover1: Although this company seems to be doing well with selling its products its share price doesn't seem to reflect this.
mike_f: Great post fugwit and I agree with all of your points above bar one. AH has proved that he is capable of growing companies organically and selling them on for a handsome profit. I believe he is the right man to take us forward. I am hoping that the BoD bring in a strategic investor or something similar to help us out with acquisition costs. If they placed 500 million shares at .5p for example it would save any uncertainty of future placing and would give us a very nice platform to work from. .5p may be a little optimistic but I would want to see a significant premium to the current share price if they opted for that route. I believe the long term business model is there and will be holding to see how it unfolds.
markt: perhaps 774,809,182 shares at start of March... ...perhaps DLM will manage to achieve over 1000 Million shares soon... will the latest cash raising be the 3rd within a few months ? ...brilliant !! ;-) ===== And with each cash raising....the % of the Intellectual property of the company held by each existing being reduced....sure to make the share price increase ! ;-) ==== No time share lock in for EIS shares at 0.2p and sell at .22p for a quick 10% perhaps ?? (dont have to buy for tax reasons, subscribing reasons are private, dont have to disclose, as long as cough up the cash they probably let you subscribe)
mike_f: Think of the DLM like Amazon for example. They get a bit of commission for every product sold through them. That is how I envisage the DLM working. If a certain place generates alot of traffic people will pay to advertise their product on it. If there are thousands of products on offer and the commission is only 1-2% of the sale cost it doesn't take a genius to work out how quickly the operator can make a very decent sum! Pearson as you know are a huge company. A few million pound profit over the course of a year is negligible to them in the grand scheme of things. So why would they go to the trouble of setting it all up? Whereas DLM turning over a few million a year would see the share price at multiples of the current share price. Anyone can strip the goodwill and intangibles out of the figures. In the same breath long term liabilities could be left out but you chose to include them... I am not saying this is the safest stock on AIM but it has come a long way since 18months ago and I believe it is still going in the right direction. After all AIM is all about future potential and not so much current affairs. I think the company could have another very good year improving on last years performance. With regard to your comment on me working for the company or being a related party just because I used the word us is hilarious. I am a shareholder in the company therefore I own a part of the company...
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