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
  +0.00p +0.00% 10.125p 10.00p 10.25p 10.625p 10.125p 10.125p 2,712,402.00 16:26:46
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 0.0 -2.6 -0.0 - 96.95

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23/3/2017
15:09
Not really moving along guys
rjetrades
23/3/2017
08:54
Rising nicely
dosser2
22/3/2017
22:31
http://melodyvr.com/beta/?utm_source=MelodyVR&utm_campaign=f3e13c7745-beta_22032017&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_1a27607529-f3e13c7745-29503065
hiscos
22/3/2017
22:26
Sounds like a few people have been invited at this stage. Also on the MelodyVR website a few updates. Register on their you might get an invite too.
dirty75
22/3/2017
22:08
Keep us posted dirty. Would be interesting to find out more about the app
rjetrades
22/3/2017
20:38
I recieved an invite for Beta Testing from MelodyVR just now, very excited.
dirty75
22/3/2017
19:29
Ch1rp, Because the buy/sell data doesn't include the warrant exercises. There are a bucket (shop) load of warrants in issue via which shares are issued(to "best friends") at a mete 1.1p. Those deals are not included in the buy/sell data. JakNife
jaknife
22/3/2017
15:59
Yeah seems they are keeping the price down for the huge after hours buys! Annoying right enough!
rjetrades
22/3/2017
15:57
Why are there all buys and the price goes down?? Is this another few million buy at the end of the day, because if it is its sooooo annoying!
ch1rp
22/3/2017
14:42
The live music industry is currently worth $25bn per annum. Expect VR to secure at least 5% of this by 2019 i.e. $1.25bn and MelodyVR and its Major Label Partners (UMG, WMG...) capture 50% of this = $625m and of this MelodyVR will retain 20% = $125m Revenue and of this at least 50% EBIT margin =$62.5m apply a sensible multiple of Revenue (5-10x) and EBIT (15-20x) gives valuation range of $625m-$1.25bn on Revenues and $950m-$1.25bn based on EBIT. That's £500m-£1bn or 50p-£1. STRONG BUY
chrisfillyourboots
22/3/2017
13:47
That'll be another £50k profit for the Warrant Holder Collective. Oh this is so exactly the same as Concha - rinse and repeat!
jaknife
22/3/2017
12:44
Someone is confident to buy 500k just now
dlewis1
22/3/2017
11:24
MMs struggling to keep price down. A lot of big buys going through
rjetrades
22/3/2017
11:23
The warrant issues should normally count as a sell. But they don't include warrant shares in the buy/sell data. Expect the warrant holders to be dumping into this froth. And hence expect the buy-sell data to be materially distorted.
jaknife
22/3/2017
10:20
Glad someone's talking sense! 16p here we come!
ch1rp
22/3/2017
09:57
At the moment share price down between 3-5% , 560,000 shares sold 1,400,000 share bought ! MM playing with the stock , they will stop very soon and stock will rise quickly . Tree shaking
delboy39
22/3/2017
09:00
Lend us a tenner delboy!!! On a serious note, this is a great buying opportunity - just entered. Will get more if it drops further.
franki8
22/3/2017
08:07
Jaknife ; I respect your thoughts as of anyone else on this board , but let's all save this Jaknife post And let's see where we go over the 9 months . As for fake rumour of a tie up with FB ? Let's see who is right or wrong over the coming months ( only my opinion ) You keep mentioning walking down the street wearing one of these watching a concert ! ' really ' I think it's you that don't get this not me . Anyway you and your frien Kreature are de-rampers good luck on that As for a job with EVRH , I don't think they require a comedian just now who does not understand the music industry . i do and I made in excess of £20m in it and this has a great future in sector that is about to go through huge changes again . Still maybe you know best. ? I think not !
delboy39
22/3/2017
02:43
the only way this is going to work, is if the band wear the vr strap-ons rather than the fans. That way everyone is covered. All the venues would look full to the band, and the virtual audience would always enjoy the music. The band members might even be able to perform from home, thus helping to save the planet
kreature
22/3/2017
00:11
delboy3921, I'm not sure that you get it. The issue is one of valuation. At today's close of 10.63p, EVRH is valued at £102m, more if you factor in the dilutive warrants. The question is, how much do I think that the agreements with Universal and Warner are worth? (There is nothing with Facebook and I cannot imagine for one second why you would wish to spread fake ramping news suggesting otherwise?) So I look at the facts: 1. Melody VR has no functioning app despite claiming that it would deliver one in 2016. 2. Melody has delivered the grand sum of nil revenue in two years of existence. 3. JauntVR and NextVR actually have apps and actually have revenue, content, web presence, etc, etc, etc 4. Then there's the question of how many people want to wear stupid VR goggles to watch music VR as they stroll down the street. Or how many want to sit in their home on their own watching a live convert via VR? All these factors suggest to my sensible mind that they could make a couple of million a year of profit if they're really lucky but that the business concept is vague, conceptual, unlikely to be popular with the youth and currently lacks any credibility. Then I compare that with the business models out there that I know are amazing, that I know now, with a high probability, will deliver masses of cash over the next ten years. Which leaves me thinking that £5m would be a very generous price to pay for MelodyVR but if it actually achieved something then I might increase the price a little. And coincidentally, EVRH acquired MelodyVR for £5m a year ago. But they've done sweet FA since then. So in summary, the market cap today is £102m, which is a good factor of 20 times that price that it's realistically worth. If the share price fell to 0.5p then it might potentially be the right price! Would your friend Chris like to give me a job? JakNife
jaknife
21/3/2017
20:39
So Jaknife ; Universal / Warner & FB are completely stupid as well I guess They are obviously happy with what they have seen and are happy to take payment on future value of EVRH stock .
delboy39
21/3/2017
16:45
I've just come back from a VC meeting. We had some amazing companies presenting of which the one that we all fought over was a young energetic girl who wanted £1m at a post-money valuation of £8m. Her business is out there, has internet presence, massive potential for scalability across Europe, already has revenues and made a small profit last year. I compare a company like that to EVRH and it just serve to highlight the stupidity of the valuation here. £120m market cap for a company with no revenue, no clients, no actual product that has simply pumped out some hot air RNSs. It's companies like EVRH (and the share price manipulation that goes on behind the scenes to prop up the price) that give AIM such a bad name. JakNife
jaknife
21/3/2017
14:33
look back to the price movements in the days immediately following the warner tie up ... very similar until understanding and reaction kicked in. yes very high mkt cap for stage of company but potential is eye watering.
meganxmas
21/3/2017
12:36
Kreatute ; You are such a prat ,
delboy39
21/3/2017
12:25
kreature did you really not buy any at 4p ? !!!!!
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