Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Evr Holdings LSE:EVRH London Ordinary Share GB00BD2YHN21 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50p -4.44% 10.75p 10.50p 11.00p 11.25p 10.50p 11.25p 4,433,191.00 15:35:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications - - - - 102.93

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/2/2017
11:44
Still falling then? Will humanity change to strapping a brick to the face in the near future? Hope and pray. Good luck
kreature
27/2/2017
11:30
Just seen the market cap here £100M. I do hope 7dig £8M catches you guys up. MQA Hi Res is I think going to be massive. http://mobileecosystemforum.com/2017/02/23/umgs-ty-roberts-get-ready-for-revolutionary-new-digital-music-products/
pet lover
27/2/2017
11:03
Great moment to top up 👍
delboy39
25/2/2017
10:37
Jaknife / Eastender - interesting facts thanks. effiert - ramping - filtered goodbye
melody9999
24/2/2017
13:54
The Syndicate manager seems to be doing a good job then, just checked further back.. Date warr share price 13 oct 2016 10.7m 3.05p 19 dec 2016 2.5m 3.44p 16 jan 2017 5.2m 8.3p 26 jan 2017 2.5m 10.0p 02 feb 2017 3.6m 10.2p 16 feb 2017 1.0m 11.5p I'm quite happy for the 12% to be eased into the market over the next 18 months its a growing company and people want a slice of the action. regards
eastender boy
24/2/2017
11:59
. . . eastender boy, If you don't know then let me explain: the warrants will be managed centrally by a syndicate manager who is tasked with getting away as much as possible without impacting the price. The manager sells short over a period of time managing the price on both the bid and the offer to give the illusion of stability and liquidity. When sufficient volume has been sold he exercises the warrant, covers the short and the process starts again. As to funds raised, this one raised the grand sum of £54,031: http://www.investegate.co.uk/evr-holdings-plc--evrh-/rns/exercise-of-warrants-grant-of-options-replacement-/201702031512070272W/ On the other hand, the syndicate would have made closer £350k! Not bad for a couple of weeks work. And when you see those numbers it becomes clearer as to (a) where the real money is being made with respect to EVRH and (b) what the real product is that's being sold here. regards, JakNife . . .
jaknife
24/2/2017
11:13
JakNife, Regarding warrants, the last 2 releases were on 2nd feb and 16th feb (2 weeks apart) on 2nd feb approx. 3.6m shares converted and the price was 10p on 16th feb approx. 1.0m shares converted and the price was 11p the price today is higher than both of these conversions and that is after 4.6m warrants converted into shares. you are assuming that the shares are then sold in the market and not held by the individuals involved. either way the market is absorbing these no problem. so keep them coming I say, and don't forget that the money raised goes on to the company balance sheet.
eastender boy
24/2/2017
10:08
maybe cloudtag would be a better comparison?
kreature
24/2/2017
09:28
dosser2, It's interesting that you reference ASOS. Many people like to compare their investments to ASOS and the one point that I like to make about ASOS is that it was profitable right from the start. Here are the final results for its first year: http://www.investegate.co.uk/asos-plc--asc-/rns/final-results/200406300700112842A/ There's no comparison between ASOS and EVRH. EVRH is a loss-making, cash burning company with a weak-balance sheet, NO actual product and a predilection for spouting hot air. ASOS was a profit-making, cash generating company with a proven business concept that you could see was going to make money in the following year and with a good wind was going to carry on making money thereafter. They are like chalk and cheese! JakNife
jaknife
24/2/2017
09:27
EVRH -This is a bit of a wowzer article of #EVRH. Exciting times ahead for these guys #VR What you need to know about the $660M forecast that #VR #music concerts could seize! HTTP://www.forbes.com/sites/laurencoleman/2017/02/23/how-the-vr-concert-industry-is-boldly-jockeying-for-a-slice-of-a-projected-660m-pie/#30c3a07e218f … #tech
effiert
24/2/2017
09:18
There will be more shares available further down the line. But I expect the price to be much higher when people well some of those. Lock ins do expire and dilution is to be expected as the company goes. As with asos the guys who were in originally will probably long gone and will miss out on the really big gain if we are taken over.
dosser2
24/2/2017
09:15
I don't understand effiert, this is a bulletin board, I'm happy to exchange views and I appreciate the thrust of your rapier-like wit. But what's wrong with referencing facts? Perhaps you might find some facts to back up your comment as to why you believe that there is "limited stock" despite the factual evidence that I can show of recent RNSs that demonstrably show that warrants are being exercised frequently and few million share dumped on an ongoing basis? Have you not read the RNS? Do you need me to provide the links?
jaknife
24/2/2017
08:51
"limited stock"? But there are another 108m shares to be sold from the warrants (that are exercisable from 1.1p to 1.85p). That's about 12% of the share capital that needs to be placed!
jaknife
24/2/2017
08:28
#EVRH entering news rich period from next week. New highs coming. limited stock at these levels.
effiert
24/2/2017
08:16
Big buyer about. cannot buy anything online!
effiert
24/2/2017
08:11
EVRH -This is a bit of a wowzer article of #EVRH. Exciting times ahead for these guys #VR What you need to know about the $660M forecast that #VR #music concerts could seize! HTTP://www.forbes.com/sites/laurencoleman/2017/02/23/how-the-vr-concert-industry-is-boldly-jockeying-for-a-slice-of-a-projected-660m-pie/#30c3a07e218f … #tech
effiert
22/2/2017
21:51
EVRH in eveing standard EVRH "Tech Trailblazer" in Evening Standard feature "London’s revamped music industry has returned to full voice" HTTP://www.standard.co.uk/business/battered-and-bruised-london-s-revamped-music-industry-has-returned-to-full-voice-a3473431.html?amp …
effiert
22/2/2017
10:19
There he is there! Beginning to worry about you kreature
rjetrades
22/2/2017
10:00
How's the beta trial going? the 'up to 1,000' beta users are keeping very quiet?
kreature
22/2/2017
09:17
Huge early buy this morning @ 07.11
rjetrades
21/2/2017
16:43
Where you investing next Scotty?
rizler
21/2/2017
14:03
Effiert maybe but I sure didn't sell at 3p when you suggested everyone was mad not too :) Good luck I am sure the app will deliver.
scotty666
21/2/2017
13:09
It gives someone else a chance to make some money here.
dosser2
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