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  +0.00p +0.00% 16.625p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
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21/2/2014
07:50
spiritfinder: David Weill, one of the Founders of TLDH conveyed the following overview this morning. "No need to get caught up in this reporting of trades issue and I personally do not believe that it is any conspiracy - the market makers are nice young men doing their job and creating liquidity by matching trades and that is what they get paid for. I do not believe that they run any large positions for their own book. My own analysis based on the flows that we have seen is that to mind there is still pent up demand from the placing that did not get satisfied and that is why we are already 30% up from the level that they purchased. Needless to say that is the highest compliment that the company can be paid as it shows real confidence from the investor community that they are willing to aggressively buy shares. It looks like a test of 20p is in store for us soon in my opinion. There seems to be rag tag amounts of 50-100k lots going through but there aren't any big offers in the millions that I can see. That implies the share price will get marked up on the marginal purchase which is good news. With time we should see a movement in the share price to a more realistic valuation of the company which is where I think that it should be at this stage of its development which is around 45p." He's stated that eventually, this should command a multi billion dollar mkt cap, based on the Company's own proje tions, hence with a view to their own expectations regarding Takeover starting points.
05/2/2014
16:20
nickg2: Stumbled across this from just after their recent placing:- "It is rare that a placing done at a discount prompts the share price racing higher, but that's what's happened with Top Level Domain Holdings (LON:TLDH). In late morning trading, shares were up 1.3p to 14.05p, more than 2p above the price of the placing. Investors appear to have got the message espoused by the company's house broker, N+1 Singer, that there is considerable upside potential for shareholders. "The old world dominated by Verisign (registry in charge of .com) and GoDaddy (largest registrar – i.e. retailer of domain names) is about to be disrupted by new players that include Google and Amazon. TLDH, one of the two largest independent players, offers a unique exposure to this market where we believe considerable value for shareholders can be created," said N+1 Singer's technology specialist, Tintin Stormont." Click Here for the Link
31/1/2014
16:04
johnma: January 31 2014, 11:30am There is an immediate opportunity to enhance the portfolio and realise cash, N+1 Singer saidIt is rare that a placing done at a discount prompts the share price racing higher, but that's what's happened with Top Level Domain Holdings (LON:TLDH).In late morning trading, shares were up 1.3p to 14.05p, more than 2p above the price of the placing.Funds from the share issue will top up the company's war chest ahead of a round of auctions for generic top level domains (gTLDs), such as .blog, .restaurant and .soccer.Investors appear to have got the message espoused by the company's house broker, N+1 Singer, that there is considerable upside potential for shareholders."The old world dominated by Verisign (registry in charge of .com) and GoDaddy (largest registrar – i.e. retailer of domain names) is about to be disrupted by new players that include Google and Amazon. TLDH, one of the two largest independent players, offers a unique exposure to this market where we believe considerable value for shareholders can be created," said N+1 Singer's technology specialist, Tintin Stormont.In all, Top Level Domain Holdings – soon to change its name to Minds + Machines – is contesting 43 auctions for gTLDs, while it has 24 uncontested applications for gTLDs, most of which have now received approval from the internet's governing body, ICANN."An analysis of its current portfolio (largely DCF-based) suggest to us a value of c24p is not unreasonable (18.1p for uncontested names, 2.0p for contested names, and 3.8p for cash) and we believe there is upside to this if it can enhance its portfolio further," Stormont said.The change in name to Minds + Machines, a brand under which the company has been operating for some time, marks the evolution of the company from an investment firm to an operational company, as it will start to act, in the words of company boss Antony Van Couvering, as a 'wholesaler' of the gTLDs it controls to internet domain name registration companies.Internet domain names need to be renewed regularly, while companies need to protect their brands to prevent opportunistic "cyber-squatting", so acting as gatekeeper to gTLDs should provide a steady income for the company.Brand owners may grumble about having to register a new batch of domain names, but as Van Couvering told Proactive Investors: "It is part of the cost of having a good brand name that you have to defend it."Meanwhile, Stormont noted: "For those TLDs it secures (and it already has 24 uncontested ones), the model is highly attractive, with long-term annuity revenue streams and LT EBIT [long term earnings before interest and tax] margins in excess of 50%,"The share price reaction certainly suggests investors are cognisant of the opportunities offered by the massive expansion in the number of gTLDs available, and from Top Level Domain Holdings' point of view, the good news is that it is too late for other companies to gate-crash the party; applications to acquire the gTLDs had to be in by January 2012.At some point in the future there may be another wave of gTLDs made available, but van Couvering said he does not see this happening for another five-to-seven years.
31/1/2014
07:47
spiritfinder: "This is what I wrote around the 1st Jan 2014 There's been various discussions about TLDH going for .BLOG & .APP but the concensus seems to be that those particular gTLDs will be secured at a premium price beyond the resources available to the Company. We obviously have the $15M allocated for one specific domain, again the speculation being that the external interested party may be Yahoo protecting its interests in Tumblr, which currently runs over 163 Million Blogs! TLDH have a very clever strategy in place establishing itself in the Registry AND Registrar markets, with the advantage of the OPEN Platform (we can expect further update on that from the initial positive indications already given). On that basis they're looking to challenge GoDaddy, 1and1 etc in the new gTLD Registrar space focus with the additional Revenue stream from OPEN. The focus on the GEOS also looks to have been an excellent strategic move, especially given the high profile contracts secured, especially the 80% ownership of NWR - revenues from that should even dwarf .LONDON. From that perspective alone, we have an excellent platform for Growth off the launch of the new gTLDs going into 2014. However, what I'd like to see is the Company securing additional cash resources to be able to realistically bid for both .BLOG & .APP. We're in a 'land grab' situation where once those particular Domains are gone, the party securing them will be able to capitalise on potentially Massive recurring revenues. The growth projections there are pretty astronomical as many will obviously be aware. For me, an ideal scenario would be the allocation of limited stock to specific Institutions to secure further resources, in addition to that which should be made available from the Private Auction process. That would be a Major boost for the Company going forward & its Share Price. At the moment I have every confidence of the previous calculated Share Price levels in the 100-200p range being reached - with .BLOG and / or .APP, the additional revenues & Takeover premium, people can make their own conclusions on the price trajectory! That's what I'd like to see - in some ways, it can be more about the domains you dont win as far as the Private Auction bidding system goes. Additional cash resources would give TLDH a more realistic chance of going for .APP / .BLOG. If they lost, which I accept is still the more likely outcome, there'd be greater resources available for alternative domains & promo. Institutions would be buying in to the already excellent investment case beyond .APP / BLOG specifically. Again, that's what I'd like to see happen -the Management of have shown themselves to be particularly astute in positioning TLDH in a top tier position in the sector."
28/1/2014
20:37
spiritfinder: Good article and reinforces the views discussed here that Google & Amazon will go down the Applicant Auction route for contested Domains. Bear in mind Donuts initially articulated reliance on the Icaan auctions also but are active in the applicant auctions now! " ICANN has not yet even settled on the rules for its auctions, expects all auctions to take more than a year to complete (from whence they ever begin), and has no idea how it will spend the auction proceeds. Thus, at first blush, it surely seems silly to wait to participate in an ICANN auction." " At least one public company (TLDH) and two well-funded portfolio applicants (Donuts and Radix) have participated in these auctions..." "Given the obvious advantages of true private auctions, compared to ICANN's unsettled but surely rigid plan, it seems likely that NEARLY ALL gTLD contention sets will be resolved prior to ICANN's "mechanism of last resort." hxxp://www.circleid.com/posts/20140127_icann_new_gtld_auctions_apparently_no_antitrust_concerns/ Google & Amazons inclusion in such should majorly impact any strategy TLDH may have, to increase the amount of distribution into its coffers from strategic participation in high Cash return Domains! Bullish signs in the Share Price today as we saw an increase in the actual Bid price as Buyers start to re-enter the stock & with confirmation of the next Applicant Auction date (leading soon therafter into .London of course). The share price about to undergo a strong reversal of its recent downward slippage imho. Gla
01/1/2014
13:26
spiritfinder: .BLOG / .APP There's been various discussions about TLDH going for .BLOG & .APP but the concensus seems to be that those particular gTLDs will be secured at a premium price beyond the resources available to the Company. We obviously have the $15M allocated for one specific domain, again the speculation being that the external interested party may be Yahoo protecting its interests in Tumblr, which currently runs over 163 Million Blogs! TLDH have a very clever strategy in place establishing itself in the Registry AND Registrar markets, with the advantage of the OPEN Platform (we can expect further update on that from the initial positive indications already given). On that basis they're looking to challenge GoDaddy, 1and1 etc in the new gTLD Registrar space with the additional Revenue stream from OPEN. The focus on the GEOS also looks to have been an excellent strategic move, especially given the high profile contracts secured, especially the 80% ownership of NWR - revenues from that should even dwarf .LONDON. From that perspective alone, we have an excellent platform for Growth off the launch of the new gTLDs going into 2014. However, what I'd like to see is the Company securing additional cash resources to be able to realistically bid for both .BLOG & .APP. We're in a 'land grab' situation where once those particular Domains are gone, the party securing them will be able to capitalise on potentially Massive recurring revenues. The growth projections there are pretty astronomical as many will obviously be aware. For me, an ideal scenario would be the allocation of limited stock to specific Institutions to secure further cash resources, in addition to that which should be made available from the Private Auction process. That would be a Major boost for the Company going forward & its Share Price. At the moment I have every confidence of the previous calculated Share Price levels in the 100-200p range being reached - with .BLOG and / or .APP, the additional revenues & Takeover premium, people can make their own conclusions on the price trajectory!
13/12/2013
17:23
smarm: spirit - you don't seem to be able to comprehend my very simple message to you. 1) read what you like on economy, none of it makes any difference to TLDH share price 2) for every deflationary article there is an inflationary one 3) for every bullish article on markets there is a bearish one. 4) for every buyer of £1m shares there is a seller (I note some may have been sold today or seller has taken some off the market). I didn't say I listen to that chap, I said I read his stuff and you might just find it interesting yourself. Unlike Deutche bank, which I haven't followed for 5 years, and I very much suspect you haven't either, I know his track record to be spot on. Regard or disregard, entirely up to you. You're a bit touchy.... ....we're on the same side, I just want to temper your ramping of the stock and the stockmarket. 123 and I coming from same place. S
30/11/2013
19:29
spiritfinder: I'd expect we'll get acquisition approaches, as intimated by the CEO, within that timeframe. It would be interesting to see how they impact the share price I was doing some research on the recent takeover initiatives for Israeli tech companies and the figures being paid out. Those are more easily replicable with less defined revenue structures then TLDH.but obviously we cant compare like for like. It certainly makes the potential & impact on the price from that quarter an interesting one, especially given the parties & associated buying power expected to be involved (Google, Yahoo, Baidu, Verisign etc) Either way, it also puts current share price levels into perspective. The point about takeover/ consolidation is mentioned in the context of the timeframes indicated & expected price targets. We have more immediate developments of course, not least of which are the Private Auctions due.
26/10/2013
20:39
anthony81: TLDH will be, dare I not say it - the best UK Wholesaler of domain names and is holding the authoritative list of names and presumptively has the right to run or hold the names forever. TLDH therefore works with registrars like (GoDaddy and 1&1) who sells the names on a yearly basis to the public. TLDH model themselves to VeriSign Inc. (share price $53.76) who is the wholesaler of .com VeriSign Inc. who holds .com is worth $6 billion. To TLDH these names are like an Annuity, by which they receive revenue each year from each name forever. By now, TLDH is the only public vehicle of its kind, because of its portfolio and the exposure that portfolio is going to give.
24/10/2013
09:22
spiritfinder: The clever ones took the dip as a very opportune time to top up. Thats those who understand the magnitude of whats going on here with The Internet Two important very near term drivers to consider; 1 - NEWS due 2- Massive Increase in Awareness through Advertising & Media. We'll start getting Media exposure / Articles almost every day. The Advertising has only just been initiated but the campaign is obviously going to be much wider then the 1nad1 advert during the X Factor. We'll see it rolled out from multiple parties and through different Media nationally. That's what I mean by everyone will be aware of the new gTLDs ina very short space of time & with a corresponding effect on Pre Regs / TLDH share price. We're looking at a few weeks for that!
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