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jam tomorrow? I would not call it that.
They are investing in growing the business. Nothing wrong in that.
It's not about the small so called profit one expects they would make to satisfy silkstag its,about the growth. Profit will come.
I suspect they have kicked that out of the way for a couple of years. Their focus is simple. Double revenue over the next two years.
Once they have that someone will buy them out.|
|Isa, we're on the same page. I would prefer EPO management to continue investing for the future. They will miss a self imposed milestone, and not for the first time. I understand why this is going to happen but miss the milestone they will.
It is interesting how the market has reacted, as it appears that there is a clear consensus that supports the "jam tomorrow" strategy. All very reassuring methinks.|
|Chads, fair enough, but my point is, if they made 100K profit a month tomorrow, what would that really mean? at this stage? Not a lot.
So for the sake of making a small profit, they want to grow the business, push harder and harder to really hit these revenue targets of say 40/50 million in a couple of years time.
The deals they have been getting are not small fry as we know and I suspect, there are some real deal makers coming, big, which require additional investment, time.
Once they are settled in, the money will flow like never before.|
|Isa, I'm not disappointed in the results or the rapid progress. Investing for the future is also a strategy I support. The only disappointment is that they will miss the cash break even point that they have been loud and clear about.
It is inevitable that the market will pick up on this and it will cushion the effect of good news going forward. I sold 25% of my holding at 24.65p, with a view to buying back on the next piece of good news.|
A lie is having a clear intention to deceive. That's not right I agree, but to suggest earthport lied, well, lets just say, you are wrong. To suggest they had no intention is also wrong.
The facts speak for themselves.
If they had falling revenue, missed forecasts, failed strategy, missed profits and the need to change strategy, ermm, like a failed failed business, then yeah, I get you, you could be sitting on your little tree top shouting hallelujah.
However, the facts are clear.
They are not a failing business, they have increased revenue.
Its one thing not making a profit, changing company strategy while revenue is falling to try and stay afloat to having growing revenue stream, clear strategy, continued growth and continued investment.
Would anyone be complaining if they broke even but them ploughed this money back into the business? Surely you're not looking at a dividend from this company, its way off. They are growing, if they do not target the opportunities, well, someone will, it's as simple as that.
Mislead the market, again, you are assuming lots of things you serial troll, as ever you have no evidence and just playing dinky dinky all day long.|
Though you may think its disappointing, I bed to differ.
They are simply ensuring they are investing and so need the money to get more of the opportunities. Sure, they will calm it down eventually, but it's not the end of the world in my view.|
|Is that cut talking cap again|
|Yes on cash, would have been better if said more about the why will be missed. Can't keep spending cash to get business if no return for shareholders. And transaction revenue keeps coming down.|
|Good stuff especially the cash position, lower admin, reduced cash burn, record numbers and increasing monthly transactions to continue. Disappointed breakeven cash flow Q4 17 will be missed.|
|EPO could do with signing this one up.
Currencycloud, a cross-border payment platform, has announced the closure of a £20m Series D round from investors including GV (formerly Google Ventures).
The company also received funding from existing investors Notional Capital, Sapphire Ventures, Rakuten FinTech Fund and Anthemis.
London-based Currencycloud, founded in 2012, provides APIs for businesses using cross-border financial transactions and claims its services are being used by more than 200 customers in 35 countries.
SoftBank to sell 25% of UK-founded tech giant Arm
Mike Laven, Currencycloud’s CEO, said the firm had seen “massive and increasing demand” for cross-border transaction services in recent years, with “volumes growing 150% last year”.
“As a reflection of the continued confidence in the company,” he added, “existing investors also substantially increased their investment”.
The firm will use the new investment to fund growth and expand across the globe.
Tom Hulme, general partner of GV, said he believes in “empowering developers by making it easier for them to add scalable services to their products, ideally with simple APIs”.
“Currencycloud is the leader in providing cross-border payment services in this manner, a real need as companies globalize,” he added.
Currencycloud claims to work with Swedish e-commerce company Klarna, and foreign exchange service Travelex. It also claims $25bn (£20.6m) worth of payments have been made through its platform in the past five years.|
|Not sure what SilkStag finds amusing. I get it, she revels in other peoples misfortunes. A sign of personal bitterness. Terrible beast.
Caradog, interesting, maybe they want to sell moneygram as its business is changing with the likes of transferwise, world remit taking market share?|
|Sector may well start seeing some consolidation.|
|Euronet, owners of Ria have outbid Alibaba for Moneygram:
|Amused by RNS today admitting too much cash thrown in bin so net assets fallen below half of NOMINAL share capital ie below half of value at 10p a share. Nice. Still fibbing about imminent disaster funding round imho. Dyor|
|Till what? SilkStag goes and wipe her bum.|
|9 days to go....|
Personal hatred does suit you.|
|Same management lies naturally provoke the same refutations imho.|
|Andrew she don't care|