Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Mobile Streams LSE:MOS London Ordinary Share GB00B0WJ3L68 ORD 0.2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 9.00p 8.75p 9.25p 9.00p 9.00p 9.00p 87,022 07:51:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 29.1 0.8 0.9 9.9 3.32

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Mobile Streams Daily Update: Mobile Streams is listed in the Mobile Telecommunications sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MOS. The last closing price for Mobile Streams was 9p.
Mobile Streams has a 4 week average price of 9.32p and a 12 week average price of 7.09p.
The 1 year high share price is 23.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 3.38p.
There are currently 36,867,083 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 136,913 shares. The market capitalisation of Mobile Streams is £3,318,037.47.
knigel: Er, loads of AIM companies have low market caps - what we need here are some projections - some forecasts of possible subscribers - revenue - margins - gross profits etc from the new India venture and why it will be different in India than the business in South America. Agree - great potential and probably worth buying at this level but talk of £1 plus share price seems a little early as even the company admits breakeven is some time away..
knigel: I suppose the counter argument would be that the company would not need to pick up more than 1-2% of the market to make a difference to its bottom line - especially with the current low market value. However I agree that some of the ramping (especially on LSE) has been OTT and targeted and it's best to trade this share and have entry and exit targets - personally think a share price over 20p would look expensive (only because the historic charts suggest this is the top of the 5 year range) without news of significant progress. So potential - yes - but the company has a lot to prove GLA (btw be good to post your excellent comment over on LSE if you can thanks)
knigel: Lets wait and see. I can think of a few AIM companies that invested in China (Phorm for one) but went bust so being in a country with a billion people is no guarantee of success. Also the country historic performance has not been stellar - so long termers may welcome the renewed interest and share price lift but giving out share price targets without any explanation is not useful for anyone considering an investment here. GLA
hamidahamida: As Steve moor wrote The company considers an 'active subscriber' as anyone who has made a purchase in the past 60 days – with it self-admittedly "still in the investment phase" in India, how many of these will really prove further active? Also, currently with just 50,000 of the c.600 million 'addressable audience', I'd argue the potential "around 900 million" statement is of little pertinence.It is even admitted that "there is still some way to go before our operations in India will be breakeven on a cash basis" - and they continue to add marketing channels and content.However, a previous update from the company included that its year to 30th June 2016 saw cash reduced from £2.1 million to £1.3 million on revenue down from a prior year more than £29 million to "approximately £12.5m" - this with a challenging core (Argentinian) market and investment in the service offering and new geographies.This raises the spectre of this current India "milestone"-based share price excitement giving way to discounted fundraising ahoy. As such, I certainly currently consider this a sell / bargepole stock.- See more at:
opportunity1: Can anyone say what's happened with Mos share price. Is there any positive performance or it is going to burst slowly slowly? If company's CEO is holding the largest percentage of shares according to their trading update, how mos share price is drastically down then or company's ceo has already sold his most of percentage. Where is MR LG and where his blue WEEK and I think his blue week never comes back. Anyway does anyone know the update of MOS? POSITIVE OR NEGATIVE
opportunity1: Do you have any idea anyone about downtrend of MOS share price? Is there any possibility or hope to turn uptrend of mos share price. What's about India and Nigeria? Does it positively impact on share price regarding india and nigeria business operation. LG is still misguiding the board
gooner6: Smithie - Firstly, I am a shareholder here and would obviously like to see a positive performance. Some of your comments should be relevant to any shareholder or potential holder. That said, you make no reference to the potential in the markets MOS are focusing on, to generate new revenue streams. Will they be successful, that is the question. It should be noted that 3 years ago MOS annual turnover was approximately £50m and in the year to June 2015 £24m. I'm sure all holders are aware of the circumstances effecting the income, my point is that it has been demonstrated that MOS can trade and be successful, importantly generating profits. Remember the market cap is around £4m and I feel that the potential returns from new markets can result in a significant increase in the valuation of MOS. I like the fact that Simon Buckingham has significant skin in the game with MOS, that the company has no debt and very few shares in free float. Very few free shares available can mean quite significant movement in the share price on very little volume. I'm not expecting the next 12 months to generate significant new income streams, but what I do expect to see is progress in the new markets, with contracts, content availability, partnerships etc. In effect putting in the ground work that will hopefully see significant revenue generated in the following 12 months and the future years.
smithie6: Liquidgold "You think you really are smart" ....I dont work 2 degrees..speak 4 languages..I "know" Im pretty smart !! ;-) (While realising there are many that are smarter etc etc) My 1-2 year share picking record is better than Paul Scott's for example. I suggested selling some shares he picked as buys...I was right !! eg. Vislink I was the tipster that was against price rose...I was right...price almost half now. Most detailed Vislink analysis is/was by me, see sebsite blog. Website shorted Fitbug from almost 1.85p !! Sold out of Globo in Jan 2013....and repeatedly warned about the accounts not adding of the earliest tipsters to warn. Took almost 3 yrs to be revealed as a correct call. And all for free to readers Money lost in Globo, Blur, Monitise, Tangent, Cupid etc. ZERO ! While of course MOS could go up...anything is possible ..but from my viewpoint the odds are heavily stacked on the downside. Each to their own view. ----- I tweeted a buy in Pearson at 785p..was it 10 days ago... Now 840p... I havent been posting on Pearson msg brd... ...Im not posting here to try to move MOS price...only posting to try to warn ppl against you cause I am sure you are trying to generate buyers cause you have shares to sell ...or you have rich friend with shares to sell...
smithie6: Other possible things that could eat up MOS's cash. (noting that yesterday I estimated that the nett cash was around 1M after paying tax etc) - if MD leaves, maybe 200k cost, 1 yr salary - if need to re-do all of their operating system since now it is probably a few yrs old. 500k ? then almost all of 1M nett cash would imo be GONE ! other bear pts - how come MOS can sell in Argentina but never any success in Spain ?! imo that infers a difference in permission/regulations so, if Arg. was to change its regs. to be similar to Spain then maybe in an instant the MOS business is vapourised. (it is what happened to Zamano business in USA, due to regulations changing) - business seems to come from phones which are not smartphones. Does that mean that MOS is a dinosaur with no future ?? smartphones increase their % of the user market globally - Appletism appears to have been a failure despite being pumped up to shareholders adding to the list of MOS failures, where the % is worryingly high imo - how protected is the MOS turnover in Argentina ? imo very little. customers desires change......this years top product is often history the next year - what are the risks to MOS turnover from 'Argentina' ? Currency, inflation, currency controls, risk of new whacko laws/taxes - How good is the MOS service/sales if they appear to have been arguably unable to achieve real success anywhere except Argentina ?? - if real success requires a sizeable team of workers (+office space, + office costs + admin. costs +) generating/modifying content so that people in that country will buy it, is it cost effective to do it ?? - with smartphones now able to download from the internet (with data part being free if within monthly allowance) will that lead to new competition putting pressure on margins - gross margins fell from 2013 to 2014 and from 2011 to 2013 If margins continue to fall then the impact on the bottom line is imo massive. ( a 2.5% fall , 29% to 25.5% gives a reduction in gross margin of 2M pnds, would move MOS to heavily loss making, forcing redundancies etc) - doubtful that any bank would lend money imo to MOS to overcome any dip in business....if poor perf. then any bank would not like the numbers and imo see any loan as too risky (NO assets to g'tee the loan) - MOS can not compete with big players with deep pockets (Apple, Amazon, Google, Samsung, Microsoft, Telefonica, Vodafone, Warner, Liberty, Bango etc), MOS does not have the money to provide competing new platforms - almost all companies like MOS have imo gone bust in the last 10 years. That is a very -ve sign imo. - the sector changes rapidly, selling ringtones used to be a large part of MOS then be around zero shortly afterwards. That infers large risk imo. - co. has raised close to 10M pnds and shows a loss of around 6M. And no tangible assets and no cash generation. That is -ve sign imo. - recent RNS said EBITDA positive. When add in T, D and A it then produces a clear PAT that is -ve. imo that is unlikely to help the share price CONCLUSIONS ? Too many unknowns and risks for me to buy MOS shares. But each to their own. If I did a 'punt' and bought a few then there is no point since any gain from a small punt is irrelevant. And imo if invest a portfolio by making a number of 'punts' then overall the result is almost gteed imo to be bad. There are bull pts. as well, such as experience in the sector, large turnover wrt cap. size, connections with content owners, connections with MNOs, if get margin to reverse its trend then PAT improves, if get marketing costs to reverse trend then PAT improves.....(but reversing a trend is difficult or very unlikely imo) For me I see the % risk as too high. Does not mean the shares wont go up. Each to own views. [I have avoided or got out of various other shares that could be considered high risk or punts. It has saved me a lot of money. Avoided Monitise, CUP on way down, MOS on way down, most of DQE fall, SAL, SEE, Toumaz, Flybe or similar name, Snoozebox, Porta (if anyone wants to lose money on punts, in 2014 you just needed to follow Paul Scott ! (his accounting logic is normally OK, but then he often buys rubbish ! which I dont understand !)] ===== Stoaty maybe I am not a buffoon as you thought/posted (if you call me a buffoon or similar in future....dont be surprised if I then post some valid -ve comments about MOS !)
smithie6: btw imo Hippo sold (200k , was it at 57p he posted )...due to my post(s) that the fall in the value of the Peso would have on - the 4M cash held - the profitability if buy content from dollar countries, and I gave examples eg. NBA and games. (I reckon I may have said Hippo a large amount of cash. but hey msg. brds. are for exchanging info and then up to each person to process that info in best way) hxxp:// --- Shame for shareholders to see MOS share price go down.... ...but imo MOS shares were uninvestable months ago due to - mega risk from change in value of peso and collapsing Argentine economy - bad treatment of shareholders by the MD, no real info - the MD having previously sold a large amount - the risk of dubious MD conduct by ramping the shares at same time he was selling ...nothing is g'teed in shares....but by taking too much risk/reward you stand a much higher % chance of losing all imho
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