Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Rhythmone LSE:RTHM London Ordinary Share GB00B1WBW239 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.50p -4.20% 34.25p 34.25p 34.50p 36.00p 34.00p 36.00p 1,542,138.00 16:35:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 116.0 -65.6 -15.9 - 138.88

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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 35.75p.
Rhythmone has a 4 week average price of 38.02p and a 12 week average price of 36.48p.
The 1 year high share price is 44.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 15.50p.
There are currently 405,489,990 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,783,379 shares. The market capitalisation of Rhythmone is £138,880,321.58.
sikhthetech: absolutely - if BM achieved his promises then the share price would have taken care of itself and BM would have got his options.... However, crucially, the same applies to Perk... They bought 2 companies over the last year and Perk were supposed to be growing strongly... according to Yahoo, the analyst price targets average CD$5.21, against the current CD$2.5.. therefore analysts see Perk target DOUBLE the current share price .. yet Perk have accepted an offer @ CD$2.9, still approx 40% below analyst TP.. Brokers also had Perk down as a strong buy as they were growing strongly... However, Perk executives have sold out prior to their fy results and some 40% below mean broker target price... seems odd... If our broker TP was say 70p, how many would agree to be sold at 40p, especially as like Perk, we're supposedly so close to profit... unless, of course we/Perk are not.... there would be an outcry...
sikhthetech: The Perk acquisition is @ 38.1p or approx $42.5m... If the share price drops will Perk shareholders still vote through the deal... or if the share price rises??? "Pursuant to the terms of the Agreement, the Company shall acquire the Perk Shares for total consideration of approximately US$42.5M inclusive of certain employee options, payable in RhythmOne shares at a price of GBP0.381 per share"
football: Here we go again Short The Tosspot back to pinball and malware and all the other dodgy stuff and non-stop spamming of the 1R threads on days the share price is falling, it's strange that a so-called shareholder takes so much gratification and joy from he's shareholding diminishing I always fought the only happy people with the share price falling was if you was short on the stock.
sikhthetech: a year ago, post H1 2016, Tosca increased their holding 3 times within a few days... on 19th Nov, Tosca increased of their holding by ~3.8m...from ~108m to ~111m... followed by another increase by ~4.5m on 23rd to ~116m.. followed by a 3rd increase of ~200k taking holding to ~116.97m On 19th Nov 2015 the share price opened @ 26p On 1st Dec 2015 the share price opened @ 23p during the period ranged from 20p to 26p Maybe the 3m reduction is just them top-slicing and taking some profit off the table??? would be interesting to see if there are any more holding rns
1gw: I see from the notice that Toscafund had increased before the latest decrease: 116.4m shares in annual report 117.5m shares before latest transaction 114.1m shares after latest transaction Now selling 3.4m shares (i.e. about 3% of their holding) doesn't strike me as "dumping" given the size of the holding. So perhaps that suggests it is tactical. Possible reasons could include: 1. A bit of top-slicing - but again, why only 3m shares? 2. Let someone else in who Toscafund thinks might be good longer-term to have as a shareholder (cf what happened on Findel with Sports Direct) - same challenge, why only 3m shares? 3. Stop a threatened price rise which might otherwise have made something else more difficult. 1. is possible, with the "why only 3m?" answered by price dynamics - they sold what they could above a certain price limit. 3. somehow seems more plausible to me. This is the scenario that various posters think is playing out on another holding I have, where they argue the major shareholder is selling into any rises (and buying back on falls) in order to keep the share price steady at a level which they believe will encourage a bid for the company as a first-step to getting an auction going with 2 or more interested parties. These posters argue that if the price rises too fast in anticipation of a recovery or a bid then that would make the bid itself less likely - and they believe that if one company bids then other companies could get drawn in to an auction. Maybe some wishful thinking there, but nice to see that the share price hasn't weakened following the rns.
almightysaviour: It is extremely interesting what we are seeing now and a most opportune moment for the savvy trader to make a lot of money indeed. The company itself remains buoyant with a very high share price because of the enthusiasm of the private investor. Alas they have not seen the evidence of the broken business model, the lies from management, the diminishing cash pile, the fall in the rankings and the demise of the business in which they are engaged. It has indeed been an incredible run up to these dizzying heights of where the share price is now but naturally it is time for the big correction. I would imagine we will hit 10p long before Christmas.
kendonagasaki: Well Jarvis, the Board know full well that they still are unable to control their own share price movement.No one has ever forgotten Brian's "inflection point" gaffe...or was it?No one has still forgotten all the stupid mentions of "ahead of management expectations"...... Very amateurish at best.No one has ever forgotten or forgiven the Boards very own "poor defence towards their own company"......happy to let their small investors crash and burn, and not the first time.No one will ever forget the sheer incompetence of Suranga the Wanga and his ill gotten greed as he milked his options dry and sold out at every opportunity and his still "banging about how he took a start up from nothing to a $billion company".......yet the this retard continues to admit his failure as a CEO?There is no mystery here as to why the share price is where it is and were it may remain or dip, none what so ever given their current past track record.Perhaps a sprinkling of maturity and professionalism may at some stage come into the foray.....I for one am not banking on it.
midasx: I remember this July 2010 as if yesterday, SC and M.L sold a chunk at 65p that sent the share price much lower on the day, but as we know they went much higher later in the year! SC very aware of his own financial position, must think the share price is going higher for him not to have sold any shares to meet the tax liability, one would hope!
sikhthetech: alex, look at the date of barky's post. - 23rd Jan 2014.. just when blinkx share price was near highs... creating a nice bit of confidence in him... likewise both GBO and Moni were rising... even though all 3, blinkx, moni and gbo were being shorted.... all 3 have falled substainally since...... and he claims he made a profit on gbo/moni - on a falling sp???... and he has never produced the post that he promised existed... sikhthetech - 13 Sep 2015 - 19:18:24 - 10458 of 10922 Barky, <...> Exactly how did you make a profit on your 'banker longs' MONI & GBO, when the share price for both have been falling ...MONI down from 80's to 2.5p and GBO from 71p to bust... How did you get out with a profit on a falling share price???? Where's your post you promised readers? BARKBOO - 23 Jan 2014 - 13:52:05 - 35269 of 40764 Sikky - "Anyone here got a view on MONI?" I meant to post this yesterday. My scaffolders are very enthusiastic by both MONI and GBO, add to the fact that faces are shorting - makes those two a banker long, And you know I am never wrong. Yes I have a few quid in both of those. BARKBOO 9 Jul'15 - 11:20 - 97874 of 97886 0 0 Sikky - I do not have my posts to hand...I only file rags. I can promise readers that I was advised out of those stocks at a then profit and posted the same
sikhthetech: a year ago TODAY, Tosca bought shares.. on the day the share price was approx 30p-32p... From today their 'highest price paid' over previous 12 months is 30.75-32p... and over the next few weeks the 'highest price paid' by them gets lower... next transaction date being 14/07, when the share price was 28.4 - 30p... So Tosca could make a bid now at approx 32p...or mid July approx 30p..
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