|Medal Entertainment & Media
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|Medal Entertainment & Media Daily Update: Medal Entertainment & Media is listed in the sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MME. The last closing price for Medal Entertainment & Media was 23p.|
Medal Entertainment & Media has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
The 1 year high share price is - while the 1 year low share price is currently -.
There are currently 15,097,000 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Medal Entertainment & Media is £3,472,310.
|lbo: I wonder when IVM sell their 49% in Celador, will they bid for MME?
By the way I believe IVM offers some great short term upside (£25.5m Mkt Cap) (owns 49% of Celador which is rumured to make £100m in its sale ie £49m to IVM) and has exposure to MME upside (owns just under 21% at todays share price valued at £1.7m) and has annual profits of over £2m pa and pays close to a 4% Dividend.
|simon14: Vogon, Report may be difficult to obtain because as yet hasnt been posted on Brokers site as access for all, It is 24 pages of very thourough analysis with particular emphesis on equity value per share( a sum of the parts valuation)which is estimated at 89p.(and a share price target of 90p post a worthy rerating).|
Looks like there are only about 4 of us interested in Medal. Astonishing, considering how the shares are up almost 50% in the last fortnight ! Expect the hoardes to arrive soon.
This should be seen as an opportunity - if you're first on the scene to spot an undervalued share, and nobody else is interested, it's just a question of sitting & waiting for the penny to drop with other investors, who will overwhelmingly be buyers, hence providing the catalyst for the share price rising.
I am hoping for strong results for y/e 31/3/2005, but could be a bit of a news vacuum until results are announced, probably in June 2005. Although hopefully the company should put out a period end trading update which (I hope) will read positively - as indicated in statements to date.
Regards, Paul Scott.|
|tatie: I think it depends on your time span. A punt as in looking for a quick turn, I don't think so. But if you are prepared to hold for 18 months or so, yes.
They've made great progress from virtually a start-up position three years ago and now seem to be getting some momentum (to profits at least).
The problem with the share price relates in part to their being a very narrow market and also in part to the very low profile they have. They rarely get any attention from the press (though they did get a favourable mention from IC when they last made an acquisition some months back.)
If they get a write-up in any magasine or tipsheet they could fly. IMHO etc.
The interims tomorrow should tell us more.|
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