Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Rhythmone LSE:RTHM London Ordinary Share GB00BYW0RC64 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 235.00p 230.00p 235.00p 235.00p 230.00p 235.00p 41,880 16:29:54
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 118.8 -11.9 -3.5 - 116.48

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2017-11-17 16:35:09235.007,41317,420.55UT
2017-11-17 16:29:54235.0057133.95AT
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Rhythmone Daily Update: Rhythmone is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RTHM. The last closing price for Rhythmone was 235p.
Rhythmone has a 4 week average price of 220p and a 12 week average price of 220p.
The 1 year high share price is 500p while the 1 year low share price is currently 220p.
There are currently 49,566,754 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 89,777 shares. The market capitalisation of Rhythmone is £116,481,871.90.
dagsteeth: I have a clear understanding of what's happening: 1. There's only 30% free float in RTHM - none of the large holders are selling/trading. Approximately 9% is on loan - lent by Tosca - which means 35% of the free float is being shorted, Hence the huge volatility. Some of the shorts have guaranteed stop losses in place, the set ups of which further drive price down 2. The adtech sector is going through a wobble and consolidation phase at the moment, from which there will be winners and losers. Rthm/Yume is well placed 3. The Rthm/Yume deal makes strategic sense but given the time needed for F4 filings and the inability to provide forward guidance has created an information vacuum and shorters' paradise. The Rthm "no reason for fall in share price" and credit facility adds substance to the rationale for the deal being on track. Yume has no other buyers and this is as close to a done deal as it gets 4. The arbirtage trade 1gw has described has an impact but Yume's price follows Rthm's and Yume is not being shorted but some US investors are bailing since they don't want to hold a UK company. 5. The level of algo trades, especially post US opening suggest a concerted and professional group of shorters given none is above 0.5%. If short closing is effected through guaranteed stop losses, the professional shorters will be closed out when the deal closes/post F4/Rthm H1 results on 4 Dec. The amateur shorters will be significantly short squeezed. Arguably, some -ve posters across the bbs are associated with the campaign 6. By the time the deal completes, the Rthm share price will be around 300p. Tosca are then very well placed to launch a bid at 500p and find people falling over themselves to sell given the premium from a low base. hence their current complicity in driving down the stock price now by being prepared to lend stock out. Fast forward 2 years, one refinancing and special dividend later, Tosca will sell to a larger adtech/facebook/google etc. if all goes according to plan, Tosca will make a 3x return from a 500p base.
luafc: Remember this? Released on 31st October just 2 weeks ago: "The Company notes the recent weakness in its share price and confirms that it is not aware of any developments since the release of its Trading Update on 17th October 2017 that would change the outlook contained in that statement." Price was almost 280 then. Now around 230 mid, it only has to fall to 225 to be just one half of its IPO share price of May 2007 over a decade back.
barkboo: Fluffy - you're a poster that has claimed to have held from the early days, seen two substantial share price rises but have not taken a penny profit. The most harden investors have realistic targets - most take stage now say, "if a counter-offer comes in for Yume I can't see how R1 can increase their bid and although wrongly, I feel the market will punish the share price of R1 rather than Yume" Fluffy - RTHM wont increase their bid! Yume would then have to weigh off RTHM with the penalty. The share price has come under pressure, "fears of" RTHM are stretching themselves - So RTHM previously sailing along nicely, share price moving in the right direction, only the deal has reversed things. If Yume pull out of the deal - we will still be in the strong position, but with a shedload more of Yume cash! You feel the market would then punish the SP, lol scamster at his worst!
1gw: Well at least they're trying. I don't remember them making an explicit comment on share price fall before, although maybe they did at some point in 2014? But I fully agree with the sentiment that their public investor-facing formal releases seem often to be badly presented. Their statement today is focusing only on the share price weakness since the TU on 17th October and refers us to the outlook statement. As far as I can see, the outlook statement in the TU was pretty non-committal on actual "outlook": "we expect our unified programmatic platform to be the principal driver of future growth" "We are intensely focused on driving further efficiency in the business and our goal remains sustained profitability" Hardly the most inspiring forward-looking statements. A goal of sustained profitability, when we know they usually seem to mean adjusted EBITDA profitability anyway when they talk about profitability. Talk about a statement of the b. obvious. Let's hope Singer gets on board soon and shakes things up a bit.
1gw: Depends how you view the % stt. It's relatively small as a % of the share price, but since you sell R1 to buy YuMe it doesn't cost you the whole share price. So as a % of the cost it's pretty big if you think the odds are weighted to the deal going through on the published (or better) terms or a counter-offer coming in. If there wasn't a cash element (the $1.70) it would effectively be infinitely profitable (if the deal goes through), but since there is it isn't quite that good.
football: We need nearly a 25% rise in the share price in the next couple weeks just to make the yume deal possible, so the board must be pretty confident that the trading update in October is going to be a stonking one which will increase the share price way past that and make yume shareholders have no alternative other than to vote for the deal as they will be getting cheap R1 shares by that time.
1gw: Kendo - they need to get YuMe shareholders to accept the offer. They have 32% signed up as far as I can see and they need a majority ("The Acquisition is conditional on YuMe Stockholders tendering at least a majority of the issued and outstanding YuMe Shares...") The easiest way of getting YuMe shareholders to support the acquisition I would have thought is to get the R1 share price up, which will raise the apparent value of the R1 shares that the YuMe shareholders will be getting in exchange for their YuMe shares. The easiest way of getting the R1 share price up IMO is to come out with a convincing presentation of the benefits of the acquisition and get any positive news there is on current trading and future guidance out in the open.
jwoolley: Let's face it sikhers, you have always had a negative view on Blinkx and Rhythmone management and most of it is justified but you would be crazy not to think that the share price would be higher in 12 months time once everything has settled. And I not just talking about share consolidation. I am not advocating buying, and I am certainly not buying any more and disturbing my low average price but I wonder whether you have now sold your batch based on your views above?? Do you not see the share price being higher in 12 months time once everything has settled??
seanje: It does make you wonder if this Board of Directors would do anything to defend the share price or, for that matter, if they actually care about the share price There is a long summer and autumn ahead of us in which theoretically now, we could hear nothing. That could mean a complete trouncing of the share price. Lets hope this new bloke has the interest to actually do something about the falling market cap. It does not have to be this way. They could be riding n a crest of optimism. Instead we are returning to the bad old days. My advice to all - email the company - make your dissatisfaction known. I have. The response I got was all is well and they are very pleased with how the share price has performed. If enough people email them they will get the message.
1gw: gowlane - R1 produce an "EBITDA Bridge" in their results presentations. For example, slide 10 in the FY17 full-year results presentation: +$1.4m Adjusted EBITDA -$9.1m Exceptional costs -$2.0m Share-based compensation +$1.2m Income tax credit/finance income -$10.2m Amortization & depreciation -$18.7m Net Loss In terms of trying to predict the future, I don't see why the gap should vary with revenue particularly? We could hope that exceptional costs will be lower in absolute terms in FY18, now that we have "fundamental transformation complete". $3.9m of the $9.1m was the loss on dispoal of PVMG assets. There may still be some exceptionals associated with integrating Perk, and some to do with evaluating potential acquisitions or integrating any acquisitions completed in FY18, perhaps even some to do with tidying things up post-disposal/closure of the non-core stuff, but R1 ought to be beyond the era of big exceptional costs I would hope. Amortization and depreciation probably isn't going to change hugely for FY18. Apart from the internal D&A, they have a fair chunk of purchased intangibles sitting on the balance sheet which will need amortizing, including a whole year of Perk intangible amortization and then any additional from FY18 acquisitions. The share-based compensation charge will vary in part I think with the share price. So a big increase in the share price would increase the value of share options and awards and I think lead to a higher charge. In particular, if the share price crosses 50p for the required length of time then some of BM's 7m share option award will be exercisable which may bring it into account for FY18. They are likely to have some more finance income in FY18 I would have thought, but IF they get to profitability from a tax perspective then they might have a tax charge rather than a tax credit. But overall, I would have thought reason to expect the gap between adjusted EBITDA and bottom-line profit to reduce in absolute terms for FY18 vs FY17, principally because of a reduction in exceptional costs.
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