Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ebtm Plc LSE:EBTM London Ordinary Share GB00B0BHCS10 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.09p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers - - - - 0.22

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12/2/2009
19:17
loverat: Share price 0.14p Any investment tips should be taken as a pointer to highlight a stock. Investing in the first place and deciding when to sell is entirely a decision for the individual investor. Keeping hard earned in this piece of crud and not selling at the first sign of trouble is no one elses fault. There is a hard core of apparently intelligent people who continue to chuck money down the drain. Just like the directors of the banks.
14/10/2008
10:32
malkie: dixi - how do you get a £600k pa saving if its only the IP?? Well?? Is Lowlife Spain part of the brand?? Dale masters has bought back his old business after 18 months. EBTM retain UK sales rights. I dont have any faith in anything they say.period. The announcement raises more questions than it answers. fool me once shame on you. fool me twice shame on me. Wake up and smell the coffee dixi. Too many shares in issue and the Dale Masters overhang alone will ensure the share price is rooted until his lock in ends in 12 months. do yourself a favour, and get some gold juniors - it will give you something to get excited about instead of watching this flat-line for the next 2 years.
13/9/2008
00:19
lloydebtm: London Edge show was last weekend and yet again their stand was buzzing with people placing orders. I re-visited the stand 6 times but they were too busy each time, taking orders off of people. I think people are going to be gob smacked when they announce their Xmas trading in January and their finals in April. Seems a long time off but it is only 13 weeks till January and when the Xmas announcement comes I can see the share price hitting 6p again and in April/May when finals come out I cannot believe that we will not see a double digit share price. I can see profit at £2mill+ and at a cap of £7mill it is crazy that the price is only 2.75p even if they only hit the forecast of £1.84mill. This company is ridiculously undervalued, ASOS needs to turnover approx. £25mill to make £2mill profit but EBTM only needs to turnover approx. £12.5mill to achieve the same profit of £2mill, their margins are so much better.
12/8/2008
00:28
lloydebtm: Malkie, Great posts, seems no one using this Bulletin Board much at the moment but I keep looking in. Very interesting the Dailymotion broadcast :) We both know that we are sitting on a share price time-bomb that is going to explode out of all proportions, it's just a matter of time. It is just so frustrating waiting for it to take off (especially cos I have got £250k tied up in shares) but it will be worth the wait. I reckon another 2 year and 8 months and we will be sitting on a goldmine (just three more Xmas's). By using my growth forecasts (related to my online companies), I think profit of £1.9 mill May 2009, £3.0 mill May 2010, £5 mill May 2011. The shares should be priced at £2 in May 2011 if my forecasts are correct and if there is any justice in this world. I should be able to retire with £10 mill in the bank (I have only been buying shares at 2.5p per share). The EBTM model is better then the ASOS model and world market penetration will be eaiser, a goth is a goth or an emo an emo in whatever country but with ASOS they will struggle after a while and their profits and share price will plateau. Lloyd :)
31/1/2008
14:57
luchan: reinhard, no one can tell you to buy or sell it has to be purely your call. What I will say though is that you only suffer a loss when you sell. Internet shoping is increasing and EBTM are quite similar to ASOS (ASC) in their early days (which I did make a bit on). If I were you go over to the ASOS board & do a bit of research. Q. Are the reasons you bought still relevant Q. Have you invested money you can't afford to lose? (this is a bad idea) I looked a while ago at EBTM and if my other purchases show a profit I will come over here and make a purchase. Lets look at the FACTS ... moved into profit in a healthy sector compared to most (internet shoping) ... sales are increasing at a good rate ... panic has set in ... do not make you judgement on the panic of others ... why are the others panicing ... how long did you intend to hold your shares for, if 12 months or more I would not panic. The reason the share price has gone wrong is EBTM have over egged their short term prospects which does not mean the company is going down the tubes. Small Cap investments are highly sensitive to sentiment & as far as I can see the message for EBTM is oops we are not going to get anywhere near the sales growth we thought SORRY, but we are making a profit and sales are showing strong growth. If EBTM had said originally we will do 12% growth on existing sales year on year & then said today OK it's 47% the share price would be going north not south. Hence a short term blip in my view. DYOR , no advice intended. luchan.
06/12/2007
10:52
radarlove: malkie, Please can you explain to me why the EBTM share price is behaving like a hibernating bear? If, yesterday's ASOS results are anything to go by, online retail is presently enjoying a stellar Christmas. The reason why the High Street are moaning is a) They want a rate cut today b) Their trade is down NOT because the consumer is spending less BUT because the consumer is spending their money via the internet. If so, surely, EBTM will gain from this? Technically, on the chart, we are seeing higher lows and lower highs, so a breakout, either up or down will occur shortly. And, if the integration of 'Atticus' and 'Lowlife' is proving successful and EBTM do enjoy a bumper Christmas, then the January trading update should give this share price a major boost to the upside - tying in nicely with the technicals. Is my reasoning the sound of a madman? Sod it! I have taken a gamble and started adding today using my ASOS profits. The present share price is far too tempting with an offer below 5p. Edit: The High Street got their rate cut!
03/11/2007
13:23
radarlove: ABDUL14, EBTM have taken a big risk buying Atticus and Lowlife. But in business these risks need to be taken. If the two acquisitions pay off then the EBTM share price could be 20p by this time next year. If they don't then EBTMs share price could be at 2p/3p this time next year. The forthcoming Christmas period should give investors a strong clue as to whether these acquisitions have been successful or not. For me, EBTM is like betting on a 14/1 outsider in a horse race. It is not a rank outsider but it is not a favourite either. Has Richard Breeden made the right acquisitions? We should know more clearly via their Christmas trading update in January. Companies have their ups and downs. There is no reason why EBTM can't turn Atticus and Lowlife around. M&S were dead and buried three years ago. Now look at them.
12/10/2007
09:38
radarlove: I rarely post on this BB but after going through the results and weighing up the reaction, I thought I would offer my tuppence worth. Greengiant, I am sorry to read of your disillusionment. I have always enjoyed your balanced posts and you were one of the company's earliest fans. I don't feel now is the time to sell your stake in EBTM. a) While we all want to see a minnow company grow into a Microsoft in double quick time, in reality this doesn't happen. Comparisons with ASOS are regularly used with EBTM. If one can be drawn, this is ASOS 2003. So, still a way to go before 4p becomes 20p. b) Market sentiment should be behind EBTM as we draw closer to Christmas. Last year the media gave much attention to online retail. There is no reason why this shouldn't occur again. And there is no reason why EBTM won't experience a greater turnover leading up to Xmas and beat their 275% increase from last year. c) The share price has remained static - a surprising feat after yesterday's results and perhaps suggests they were in line with market expectation. And there is that word 'expectation'. To make money you must speculate to accumulate and that is exactly what EBTM are presently doing. That all important but necessary growth pain. It is frustrating for the investor as all they want to see is a nice pre-tax profit and a soaring share price But in reality, the street of gold usually materialises later rather than sooner. Therefore, it comes down to one primary view. Do you still believe that Breeden has the talent to manifest his dream? To turn EBTM into Europe's largest online music fashion retailer? What Breeden's achieved up to now, shown that he has this ability? The wait can be frustrating and boring. Expecially, if you see other share prices soaring while you have your money tied up in another company which is mostly promise. I have spoken with Richard Breeden. He came over as a man who has the talent to manifest his dreams. The road leading to this goal can be challenging and full of pitfalls. If you have that patience, then, in my view, Breeden is still worth believing in. Give him another year and then make that decision.
31/1/2007
09:51
radarlove: I chatted on the phone to EBTMs CEO, Richard Breeden, this week. Below is the interview. Anyone who wishes to copy and paste it onto another financial BB is welcome. ________________________________________________________________________________ The online retail industry is growing at a sizzling rate and is now the hottest ticket in town. The 'Interactive Media in Retail Group' (IMRG) has forecast that online sales in the UK will rise by 40% to £42 billion in 2007, up from £30 billion last year. And said that during last December a record £183m was spent online in Britain on December 4th and again on the 11th. Never has it been a better time for budding entrepreneurs to go online and create the next big retail story, and Richard Breeden, CEO of EBTM (Everything But The Music), believes his company will become the largest and best known music fashion retailer in Europe. While founded in 2005, as a result of a £1.5m reverse takeover of EBTM by E-Retail during February 2006, the fashion business now resides as a listed company on AIM and is attracting a growing number of investors. Its present share price is 5p. So, what's it like to be a 36 year-old CEO of a floated company whose previous business experience includes being a label manager at EMI? "It is a very positive experience. It allows you to expand your business much more quickly." Comparisons with ASOS, the second largest online UK fashion retail company, are natural, as the former co-founder of the company, Quentin Griffiths, was the man behind the reverse takeover. "People compare us to ASOS but I don't see them as a threat," explained Richard. "The music fashion market is growing very fast, so there is plenty of room for a variety of businesses. "I monitor what other companies are selling, but I am not too concerned about how they will affect EBTMs growth. We already have a well defined business model and I have a clear picture of how I want the company to expand." The website sells T-shirts, leather jackets, trousers, shorts, dresses, skirts, shoes, jewelry, gifts and general accessories, covering every avenue of music, from metal and rock to indie, punk, cult and urban. It presently has over 60,000 registered users paying an average basket size of £28. Around 60% of customers are male. "We are spending £125,000 this year on improving the website to make it more cohesive and easier to use," continued Richard. "There will be a separate men and women's section and each different music market will be better defined. We will also use this money to improve the warehouse logistics'." EBTM is expanding so quickly that already they are having to move from their existing 4,000 sq. ft warehouse to a 15,000 sq. ft one. Richard commented, "We hope the new building will be large enough to cover the next two years of expansion." Being an ambitious and driven young man, he is already plotting to dominate Europe. "Up to 80% of our items would sell well in European countries. We are looking at 3 territories, initially, which we feel have interesting opportunities. Each European country is at a different stage/evolution of internet use. Therefore, we need to choose markets that are more mature - where buying online is widely accepted." He continued, "We aim to have a local business presence in that country including a marketing and promotion's arm along with a customer service for returned products." Adding, "We aim to start the expansion this year. It will be done at a sensible and measured pace." EBTM enjoyed a bumper Christmas with sales for the six weeks leading to Xmas up 275% on the previous year. Net sales were in excess of £350,000, beating the company's target. One of its best selling merchandise was the clothing for the popular Indie group 'My Chemical Romance' - in particular, a stylish-looking leather jacket. The first own-product range produced by EBTM. "They were a great success," smiled Richard. "And we are now expanding the range with jackets and trousers for women along with other accessories." This year, EBTM plan to produce an increasing number of own-product ranges for a variety of Indie bands. "I come up with the majority of fashion ideas, although my staff of 12 help out by giving opinions and offering input." While Richard is reluctant to offer an estimated turnover figure for 2006-07, the end of April final numbers should see a turnover of between £1.2m and £1.5m - close to 1,000% increase from the previous year. The big burning question for any potential investor is when does the company expect to be profitable? Again, Richard is reluctant to comment, citing the moneys required for expansion, but given the company's present dramatic growth rate, EBTM could be in profit by as early as 2008. One impressive aspect of this small business is there Non-Executive Director. None other than David Howell, a former Director and Chief Financial Officer of Lastminute.com, who presided over the company's market capitalisation growth from £34m to £600m as well as its sale in 2005 to rival Sabre for £607m. "David brings us much business knowledge and insight," explained Richard. "In particular, his M&A experience, as EBTM will be looking out for acquisitions from 2008 onwards." For Richard, EBTM has a very rosy future and he forecasts continued rapid growth as the music market diversifies ever further into fashion and increasing numbers use the internet for purchases. "My ambition is to turn EBTM into the largest and best known music fashion business in Europe," said Richard. "Music plays an important role in youth culture and music fashion will continue to grow and become an ever more important element within both the mainstream and indie music markets." ________________________________________________________________________________ Website: www.ebtm.com email: mail@ebtm.com Tel: 0208 704 0034 Address: Unit A1, The Riverside Business Centre, Haldane Place, London SW18 4UQ. ________________________________________________________________________________
06/12/2006
08:31
supreme mo: You can only sell a 10a at 4p and buy 150k at 5.1... perhaps addworth are looking to sell the lot. If EBTM share price goes up substantially, i think there may be a few addworth shareholders questioning the managements view to dump this stock at this what i feel to be a low level. I noticed addworth raised cash yesterday (i think??)- who knows what they are planning??
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