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|Perhaps yesterday's low was the floor. Let's hope so anyway.|
|I agree Waiting for it to settle|
|top-up opportunity. IMHO.|
|And that article was written when the share price was 47p!!|
Implies that they will miss their targets by a small amount. But also says undervalued compared to peers - its been like that for years. Perhaps it stems back to their near death experience some years ago.|
|This has to be one of the strangest shares in the UK. I simply don't understand the valuation!|
|Well the drop in the share price will be great for lowering the option price for their share scheme.
Profits here look like being about 5.7m - giving a PE ratio around 6 with high single digit growth. Can't be many others this cheap.|
|Board and management should already be motivated. I have always found the pay of top execs to be excecesive. I'd always like to see their CVs - bet it has self motivated or similar on it.
Having said that I dom't think it hurts to have scheme in place where every employee can share in the success or failure of the company.
Only 27 trades today - one of them a top up for me. Just doesn't make any waves.|
|This from Paul Scott at stockopedia:
'good trading in 2016, so management have decided it's time to help themselves to some upside with a "growth shares" scheme. I'm selling my shares, in protest'
Further update from PS to come. will make interesting reading.|
|Sentiment is just not with TMMG atm !|
|overreaction and I'm still looking for 60p here. IMHO.
'the Company expects 2016 to be a year of further growth, both in terms of operating income ("revenue") and profitability.'
'gearing and debt leverage ratios are expected to be lower than those of 2015 and comfortably within the Board's target.'|
|I bought a few more @43, about the same price as I bought in at a year+ ago. Most frustrating share! Folks seem to sell into the smallest rally.|
|Well thats a 10% drop since yesterday. Not sure why - growth was lower at 8% than the 10% reported six months ago. Not really sure thats the reason though. Severely undervalued in my mind, but that counts for little. May buy some more today|
|"Mission Marketing (TMMG)► FY trading. Headline profit before tax for the year to 31 December is expected to be 8% higher, at £7.0m. F/C £7.2m. "The Board remains committed to increasing shareholder value and intends to launch a growth share scheme later this quarter to incentivise board and operational management." What a good reason to hand more shares to mgmt"
|Agree red shed happy to hold and yes this will re rate I've no doubt about it :-)Dyor|
Agree. Grossly undervalued for years (and I have held for most of those years!) My strategy here has been different to any other share i own in that I have ever ignored the share price going down because I firmly believe it will re-rate at some point...today? Tomorrow? Next year? I Don't know but it will.....as long as they continue to deliver what they say they will which appears to be the case.
|Decent update, low PE ratio with decent growth. May finallly get a relating, but I'm not holding my breath...|
|22nd last year so maybe Monday for the UT,,,,,,,,,DYOR|
|looking good here...trading update due this month based on last year|
|46p being paid for approx £2000 lots and a few of those today, from 1430hrs onwards.
The nett result being a 1.75p/share uptick, which just goes to show how this one reacts very positively to even quite small new demand.
I'm feeling fairly confident that the broker's 60p won't be just a dream....and am looking forward to that.
|A bit more activity today :-)|
|Brker Nov 18 2016 target Price remained at 60p, which to me seems low, given the current broker forecasts of eps 6.7p and div 1.5p for 2016 - with 7.3p/1.60p for 2017.
Stock is well held by mgt. Finals due 22-3-2017, hence I guess being the reason for the recent buying - although still leaving a lowly sp, pending results confirming all's good at TMMG.
|Mr Day increased his holdings to over 7% in Nov. a sign of confidence IMV, also this up and running now it seems, DYOR
Mongoose and Speed Sport to merge creating one fully integrated Sports and Entertainment Marketing Agency
Speed Communications’; specialist sports division and its sister sponsorship Agency Mongoose are to join forces from January 2017 to form an enlarged sports and entertainment business under the Mongoose brand. The merger of the two businesses, both part of the missiontm, to create an enlarged specialist Agency will not only meet growing Client demand for breadth of offer and expertise in sport, but will create a powerful new force in the industry.
Set to go live as of January 1st 2017, the new business will be led by Chris O’Donoghue, currently CEO of Mongoose, with the current senior teams across both businesses forming one senior management team under his leadership.
Commenting on the forthcoming merger of the two specialists, O’Donoghue says: “Combining Speed Sport and Mongoose is a hugely exciting step for us all and one that makes perfect sense given our specialist skills, our increasingly close working relationship and our recent acquisition of Generate Sponsorship, which was the UK’s leading independent PR and sponsorship agency. We are all looking forward to growing and developing our expertise together as a truly integrated sports and entertainment marketing Agency."
Speed Communications will remain under the leadership of CEO Roberta Fuke and continue to focus on its Business, Corporate and Consumer specialisms, working closely with the Mongoose team to provide Clients with access to sports expertise wherever and whenever appropriate. “At the missiontm Group we operate a ‘one family’ mentality, and are constantly focused on providing what’s best for Clients. It makes sense to combine the missiontm’s specialist sports talents under one brand, leaving Speed Communications to focus on driving its core B2B and B2C business,” says Fuke.
Mongoose and Speed are part of The Mission Marketing Group plc (the missiontm), the marketing communications and advertising Group including April Six, AprilSix Proof, bigdog, Bray Leino, Chapter, RLA, Robson Brown, Solaris, Splash, Story and ThinkBDW.|
|Hard to buy for sure but got some more this week ........|
|PE ratio of 8, two good years of solid growth. Not sure why this one continues to be unloved. Perhaps its the past issues, or just under the radar|