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
  -0.75p -8.22% 8.375p 8.25p 8.50p 9.50p 8.125p 9.125p 9,946,956 16:22:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 0.0 -2.6 -0.0 - 85.56

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Evr Holdings Daily Update: Evr Holdings is listed in the Mobile Telecommunications sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EVRH. The last closing price for Evr Holdings was 9.13p.
Evr Holdings has a 4 week average price of 7.13p and a 12 week average price of 7.13p.
The 1 year high share price is 13.88p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.70p.
There are currently 1,021,625,846 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 218,861 shares. The market capitalisation of Evr Holdings is £85,561,164.60.
jaknife: Not at all. Prices go up, prices go down. But in the long term this one is headed down, if you can trade it on a day to day basis then good luck. The massive overhang of warrants means that the price will go down and the failure of management to deliver anything material (nil revenue after two years, no app, no product, no name recognition except with their shareholders) will also mean that the share price will go down. JakNife
jaknife: Hi charles fake news darcy, When I wrote this article for shareprophets: hTTp:// It included a disclosure that I'm short. I'm happy to go through the reasoning again: 1. The current market cap of the company at tonight's close (7.38p) is £75m (7.38p * 1,021,625,846 shares), this compares to an estimated net asset position of about £8m. Most of the net assets are cash but regardless, on a basic net assets basis the share price is ten times too high. 2. MelodyVR has achieved nothing since it was first incorporated in April 2015. Apart from announcing hot air, in a little over two years it has sold nothing; its revenue for that time is precisely zero. 3. It has signed agreements with Universal and Warner but neither are exclusive agreements. Next VR ( and Jaunt VR ( are competitors with significantly deeper pockets than Melody and importantly have significantly more credibility. Melody still hasn't even launched the app that it told shareholders it was going to launch in 2016. 4. EVRH has issued a material quantity of dilutive warrants. There are currently 108m of warrants outstanding which entitle the warrant holders to buy shares as low as 1.2p and dump them on the market to the mugs who are buying them at at 7.5p today. It is one thing to be "in the VR space", it is a completely different thing to be selling a VR product and making money. In reality, EVRH's real product is it shares, it has made significantly more money from selling its shares than it has made from actually selling a product. It should be increasingly obvious to shareholders that the company isn't delivering results. The share price needs to fall 90% to be at fair value. JakNife
dlewis1: The placing is the reason why the share price has been held back. Every day there has been huge delayed transactions an indication that someone was either accumulating or selling into the market. Good news is it was a buyer. Let's see the direction of the share price from here. Subsided for some months now.
jaknife: 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: 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
dosser2: EVR Holdings: New trendline target up to 16p By Zak Mir 20 March 2017 1 mins. to read EVR Holdings: New trendline target up to 16p EVR Holdings (LON:EVRH) was one of my stocks for 2017, and has thus far proved robust enough to live up to the enthusiasm of private investors. These days, given how one can be shot down via social media, with or without justification, I tend to be as conservative and cautious on share price targets as possible. This is especially the case when dealing with either stock market darlings, or of course bulletin board hero stocks like EVR Holdings. Although it could have been the case that the virtual reality content group turned out to be a flash in the pan, it seems to be the case that the company has so far delivered on heightened expectations. This point was underlined by today’s announcement regarding EVR being able to show Universal Music gigs in virtual reality, which has caused the share price to jump again. Just how high it may continue to fly is suggested by the present configuration of the daily chart. There has been a rising trend channel in place since as long ago as August last year. The top of the channel is pointing as high as 16p, a destination which could be hit over the next 4-6 weeks. This is especially the case while there is no break back below the 50 day moving average at 10.37p.
jaknife: why stop at £200m? If nil profits (and nil revenue and nil products) is the new norm then surely there's no limit for loss-making no product, nil revenue EVRH!! Like the article says, the real business model here is pumping out shares to the mugs by the warrant holders who have a special best friends deal to buy their shares at a mere 1.1p direct from the company. For as long as the share price is above 1.1p they can keep doing that but 1.1p is ultimately a magnet for the price. JakNife
jaknife: melody999919, The market cap is £105. The company has nil revenue and has failed to deliver its app on schedule. Add to that that the company has massive of warrants outstanding at a mere 1.1p, which will act as a magnet for the share price ... you bet I'm short. This is so much just like CloudTag - a company that made wild extravagant claims and failed to deliver. EVRH = CloudTag 2.0 JakNife
jaknife: LOL! More shares forward sold to the mugs: It's happy days for the forward sellers and by the time that the mug punters realise what's happening the share price will have cratered! Only another 108m shares to be forward sold!
eastender boy: My take on the extra shares is as follows.... 200m extra share placed on 11th oct. most of the existing shares are held by the owners and big institutions who I don't think will rush out and sell. you also have to balance out that the company will be worth £3.5m more due to the money raised. However in the small print is an extra 5m shares also being listed to pay for the advisory services to the placing. This I think will be sold down a.s.a.p. the total extra shares is 22.22% of the existing share base Looking back when there was a 2m exercise of warrants(share added to the total) on 27th sept the share price fell from 4p to 3p so this gives some indication on what may happen on 11th oct. However it was short lived and the share price soon moved back up to the 4p range it is currently in. so in effect you are both correct. effiert is correct that it should go down short term due to the extra shares, but tidy2 is also correct that mid to long term this should be a big gainer as long as they spend the £3.5 wisely. However both keep saying the same thing over and over just puts people off. hope this helps.. group hug p.s for the record I will keep my powder dry until until after the dust settles on the placing. good luck all.
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