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Game Digital PLC LSE:GMD London Ordinary Share GB00BMP36W19 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +2.50p +4.67% 56.00p 55.00p 55.25p 56.00p 52.50p 52.50p 3,772,189 16:35:08
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Leisure Goods 769.7 -10.0 -7.1 - 95.68

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Game Digital Daily Update: Game Digital PLC is listed in the Leisure Goods sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GMD. The last closing price for Game Digital was 53.50p.
Game Digital PLC has a 4 week average price of 37p and a 12 week average price of 33p.
The 1 year high share price is 73p while the 1 year low share price is currently 18.75p.
There are currently 170,859,106 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 276,503 shares. The market capitalisation of Game Digital PLC is £95,681,099.36.
kazoom: Nice trade john, I thought you were in for the longer term though. There probably us some SCSW 'froth' to come off though, so IMHO likely to be a chance to get back in lower. To be fair though that disposal is worth a few p on the share price.
john09: I've heard enough to know the woes are over and the good times could be around the corner. I've added today and will hold into 2018 . I'm expecting analyst coverage and tips to follow. Today the share price will do nothing as short term traders move out.
john09: The bulls like it judging by the share price
odsjp: Results out next Wednesday. We know cash is £4M higher then last year so would expect a final dividend of at least 2p (cost 3.4M). A final dividend of 2.5p would be income of almost 10% (as 1p already paid) at current share price which suggests to me that there is scope for the share price to move up. I also expect a good Christmas with new Nintendo Switch and associated games, new Xbox and that is before we look at Esports future. I think we have seen the bottom and believe things are looking more rosy. In addition Gfinity (Esport competitor) has little or no revenue, just raised 7M and is valued at over 50M. GMD on the other hand is valued at 66M, 47M cash with revenue of 800M.
bookbroker: CEO cannot afford any more slip ups here as we head to results and new releases, he needs to offer an upbeat assessment of this company and its place in the entertainment industry, so far under his stewardship he has trashed the share price, the jury still out but am hopeful, today price being worked down, it’s all on Gibbs, otherwise he should be given the boot!
kazoom: bookbroker - I should clarify that I didn't mean BIG corrections (I'm not for example expecting the share price to start with 2 again for example, but a 3 wouldn't be out of the question), but I do think we'll see ebbs and flows of confidence for a while yet. We're already now in "one more correction" imho - possibly exaggerated by a (misguided) "sympathy" reaction to NXT today. To actually get the breakout personally I think we'll need to see confirmation rather than expectation / hope of decent Christmas trading before any breakout. So I don't personally see any rush to be buying this side of Christmas - perhaps I'll put GMD shares on my list for Santa ;-)
kazoom: Hi nurdin, That net cash figure at the interims is the seasonal high point (Cash from Christmas sales in the till, but suppliers not yet paid). They have already signalled that net cash at the year end (29-Jul) was £47m (up £4m YoY). I'm tempted to think though that even that figure is somewhat flattering and maybe cash is lower at other points in the year. I should add that I have no concrete reason for that view except that : 1. In 2014 they issued a special dividend of £25m citing : "balancing the need to fund growth with the discipline of returning excess capital." But still ended the following year with net cash of £63m. (note also that cash depleted £16m in the meantime). and 2. The fact that they are seeking to renew debt facilities to (from memory) c. £200m+ ostensibly to support capex on the new UK format even though the apparent cash pot plus ongoing cash flow , should easily fund the capex. - In a discussions somewhere (might have been the other ADVFN thread) it was suggested that this might be just playing safe and establishing the facilities (whether needed or not) while the going is good. - The other possibility that now crosses my mind, is that the could be building a war chest in case the opportunity to buy distressed assets arises. I don't know the background to them owning the Spanish business, but if you have a concept that works in Spain and the UK - why not elsewhere? So I guess getting to the point (hoorah!) whilst the cash balance is good, I don't think this is the classical situation where you can value the cash-pile separately from the business; I think it is essentially used by the business. Also just to note, I'm probably "talking my own book here" - I sold on Friday having bought at c. 22p after the profits warning. It still think there is value here, but for me it is now watch-list territory again. The essential reason for my purchase, the misguided reaction to the profit warning has now been taken out by the reaction to the actual year end trading update. I do think there is significant potential upside here, but I'm generally sitting out of retailers at the moment and I personally think there is more bad news to come that will lead to further share price falls. Anyway that's what I think. (If I wasn't so lazy I would link to the Monty Python French Waiter).
glawsiain: GMD had £69m in cash at the last count (in Jan) Interesting thread on GMD on stockopedia recently. In particular, bestace's comments give food for thought: "I was surprised to read in their last interims that they only had one store out of 316 in the UK portfolio that was loss making" "The core retail business is, for the time being, still profitable and generating cash. If it can continue to at least wash its face for a few more years, and taken together with the existing cash balances and lines of credit available to them, there appears to be some breathing room to allow management to execute on the transition away from high street retail towards their other activities" "they received 121 million visitors to their website in FY16 with online sales accounting for 17% of gross transaction value. Digital sales exceeded £110m of gross transaction value in FY16 and has been growing at around 18% per annum." "So I'm sticking a finger in the air by saying I could envisage them turning over £50m within a few years from EED, making a profit of say £3-4m. Adding another £5m from digital/online retail profits and applying a multiple of 10 (more fingers in the air) would get to an enterprise value of around £85m. That would be upside of around 70p per share, a trebling from where we are today ignoring movements on cash balances. Clearly the execution risk is high and my fingers in the air may be way off base, but given the enterprise value is negative at today's share price, and given the overwhelmingly negative commentary on the company's prospects, it seems to me at least arguable that the risk/reward lies considerably to the upside." hxxp://
gfrae: This share looks cheap. Two shareholders own over 65 % of the company Elliot and Woodford so I suppose share price depends on what they are up to ? Presumably Elliot are not going to take it private again and are sellers at the right price. Who might buy this business which appears to be in decline ? It does appear to generate a lot of cash though.
tony773: I have bought more The dividend be cut but should still yield 8% That's apart from the increase in the share price
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