Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Xlmedia LSE:XLM London Ordinary Share JE00BH6XDL31 ORD USD0.000001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.00p +0.96% 105.50p 105.00p 106.00p 105.50p 104.50p 105.00p 252,803.00 11:17:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 60.6 16.5 6.8 13.2 211.37

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22/2/2017
08:20
Xlmedia Daily Update: Xlmedia is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker XLM. The last closing price for Xlmedia was 104.50p.
Xlmedia has a 4 week average price of 105.24p and a 12 week average price of 101.03p.
The 1 year high share price is 115p while the 1 year low share price is currently 61.25p.
There are currently 200,352,402 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 214,703 shares. The market capitalisation of Xlmedia is £211,371,784.11.
07/2/2017
09:13
sdtreble: This acquisition was made from cash and was therefore non dilutive, meaning any profits increase earnings. I have no doubt the financial performance of the new acquisition can be improved substantially once it is integrated into the business. Xlmedia really does tick all the boxes for me, strongly cash generative resulting in a highly progressive dividend policy while also making non dilutive acquisitions. This momentum is resulting in high growth and we are finally seeing this translate into share price performance.
03/2/2017
07:09
cwa1: http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/xlmedia-XLM/share-news/Berenberg-Increase-and-result-of-secondary-placing/73765462 Increase and result of secondary placing of Existing Ordinary Shares in XLMedia plc WebPals Enterprises Limited Partnership ("WELP" or the "Seller") announces that further to the announcement on 2 February 2017 regarding its proposal to sell approximately 25 million ordinary shares in XLMedia Plc ("XLMedia" or the "Company"), it has successfully sold 40 million existing ordinary shares in XLMedia (the "Placing Shares") at a price of 100p per share (the "Placing"). Due to strong investor demand, WELP agreed with the bookrunner to increase the size of the Placing to 40,000,000 shares, representing approximately 20.0% of the Company's issued share capital.
26/1/2017
12:51
yump: cg8riverside The best advice I can give to you is to consider points raised regardless of who posts them and what you think their 'motives' are. Yes I did get bored and sell. Or rather because of the strategic review when nothing much came of it. So I'm still puzzled by the rise from 80p as not much had changed within the business. fwiw a share price rise doesn't suddenly give me confidence if I don't know why its happened. Was half considering buying back on a drop, but the move into a new market (financial) put me off, as surely there is still plenty to go at in gambling if their platform is so good. Now revenue growth appears to have slowed. Neither of those points is affected by whether I hold or don't hold the shares, or what I had for breakfast. So you can consider my posts bitter twisted if you like, but I'm just saying what I see and know. You'll also find that I do that with companies that I'm in that are not doing well, in contrast to folk where all their investments get the 'its all good' treatment, even as the bad news flows and the share price tanks.
25/1/2017
15:55
cg8riverside: Yump they now have 50 staff in Research and Development dept alone. Thats a big investment in technology side.Read page 8 of latest investor presentation for effect XLM can have on purchased websites.Get the feeling some people here fall into the category 'got scared and sold out and now can't stand to see the share price go any higher so must deramp wherever possible'. The more well researched here see the bigger picture and can see a company of vast proportions being born still in its early stages of development. XLMedia is ahead of the game and the big rerating is still to come in due course in my opinion.Too many old timers in the market just don't get the company. They don't have a clue what the company does nor the background knowledge to even understand it if it was actually clearly explained to them. For those struggling to understand..Think about the Internet as a vast network of roads growing massively in size every single day. On these roads is a huge amount of traffic which is also growing massively in size every day. In a nutshell XLM have the power to direct this traffic exactly where they want it to go and to monetize this process at the same time. They also have the power to optimise the monetary outcome when the traffic arrives at the destination. Furthermore they own an ever increasing amount of valuable profitable online real estate (websites). They are taking performance marketing to new levels and this is only the beginning. The CEO is young, shrewd, determined and hungry with a ridiculous IQ (watch his presentations on YouTube and draw your own conclusions) His interests are perfectly alligned with shareholders. The future is most certainly bright.
17/1/2017
12:11
rivaldo: Chartists ahoy - this one believes XLM could add another 15% (see the video). I'm hoping for a fair bit more than that: http ://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/stocktube/6743/can-xlmedia-add-another-15-to-its-share-price-6743.html "Can XLMedia add another 15% to its share price? 10:10 17 Jan 2017 Zak Mir has tipped XLMedia PLC (LON:XLM) shares to rise by almost 15% over the coming months. In the latest Proactive Investors Bulletin Board segment, Mir says: “We’ve had an uptrend here since the end of 2014. “We’re currently looking at progress within a rising trend channel towards £1.25 and that target is valid while we hold above the 50-day moving average of 97p.”
08/12/2016
20:11
dibbs: Interesting to read the varying opinions on this BB. I've reduced my holdings in XLM to reflect my failing conviction. XLM has always traded well but been held back by the sector within which it operates, the AIM listing and the Israeli factor. I've made several contacts to XLM IR and have not heard anything back. This would annoy me, even from a company whose share price was flying! The fact I have heard jack and then the CFO sells his shares certainly does not increase confidence. I still hold enough to have a toe in the water but have sold enough that I won't kick myself too much if there is a negative outcome about to unravel here. Only time will tell how it plays out.... Dibbs
07/12/2016
16:56
malcolmmm: The share price was 12% higher before he sold, the company has made no adverse announcement so nothing has changed and his shares were mopped up.No other director has sold . Hopefully there will be a public announcement from him as to the reason and to stabilise the share price
03/8/2016
09:38
rivaldo: RNS - good to see the CEO spending £88,000 exercising options at 49p and retaining all the resulting shares. There are usually two reasons for this: - to minimise the immediate tax charge which crystallises on an option exercise if you believe the gain will be greater at a later date as the share price will be higher, especially if... - you believe the share price will rise fairly soon. Given the recent H1 trading statement and the (imo) extremely undervalued low share price this seems to me to be a pretty reasonable belief!
04/2/2016
07:46
rivaldo: Nice summary from John Rosier, whom I hope won't mind me pasting his views on XLM as he also attended their presentation and came away with similar conclusions to me.... Http://johnsinvestmentchronicle.com/xlmedia-report-following-presentation-by-ceo/ "XLMedia; report following presentation by CEO February 3, 2016JRXLMedia I attended a presentation by Ory Weihs, CEO at the Innovators and Investors event in Islington yesterday having had a long chat with Inbal Lavi, the CEO of WebPals beforehand. Conclusion: Like the management I am frustrated at the low valuation. When trying to understand why, the following points come up; people are suspicious of foreign firms quoted on AIM, (XLM is Israeli based) and the company is a little opaque about how it makes its money, hence it being slammed last October when fellow Israeli company Adgorithms warned about profits due to the introduction of adblocking. That had no impact whatsoever on XLM but due to a poor understanding of the business, investors shot first and asked questions later. I do think there is more the company can do on this front. In the meantime, whether anything comes out of the “strategic review” or not, the business is performing well and on consensus forecasts the shares are valued at just 8.3x December 2016 earnings and a prospective dividend yield of 5.7%, which is well backed by operating cash flow. I would expect the valuation to improve and am not surprised the share price has started to pick up in the last day or so. I’m happy with my 12-month price target of 93p, and should really be adding but for now 2.1% is probably enough. Reassured and Happy Holder! At the well-attended presentation, Weihs ran through the business model and growth opportunities. The main points were: ◾Growth continues to be strong with the mix evolving; a few years ago it was 100% dependent on the gambling market with 80% of the business emanating from Scandinavia. Now 60% is gambling and only 30% from Scandinavia. The US has grown from 0 to 20% and “social” gaming is now at 20%. ◾Its top clients include Bet 365, 888.com, Ladbrokes, William Hill but now includes social gaming sites such as Candycrush. ◾It is highly cash generative with over 50% of revenue recurring. ◾The Publishing division, which accounts for around 40% of sales owns a network of informational websites which refer potential customers to web and mobile online businesses. If the customer clicks through to become a paying customer, XLM either receives a one-off payment or a recurring share of revenue on an ongoing basis. In some cases, it is receiving recurring payments that started 10 years ago! ◾The company is very reticent about disclosing the names of its sites due to competition; I have done a little research and googled “sports betting sites”. The site at the top of the list can be found HERE ◾Following is a screenshot of the page that comes up; I do not know for certain whether this is one of XLM’s sites but I would put quite a lot of money on it! ◾Media accounted for 48% of sales at the half year stage; it acts as advertiser running thousands of simultaneous self-funded campaigns with its customers paying based on performance. It deploys its proprietary technology to manage campaigns. He was clearly optimistic about growth, with opportunities to expand in existing territories and newer ones such as UK, Canada, Austria, Germany and Switzerland as well as in new “verticals” such as “social gaming”. It will continue to make acquisitions as there are opportunities to consolidate smaller players in what is a fragmented market. With its strong balance sheet and cash flow it has the financial strength to support these deals as well as its 50% dividend pay-out ratio. Growth has been very strong and as Weihs pointed out it has upgraded forecasts five times since it IPO’d two years ago. On the reasons for the “strategic review”, I think it was born out of frustration at the low valuation the market is affording the company. I’m not sure it needed to go public as this is the sort of thing the Board should be thinking about all the time. My feeling is that it needs to be a little less opaque at explaining how it makes its money on its website; in the presentation he was quite clear but not everyone gets to see him in person."
12/11/2015
16:07
market sniper1: XLMedia PLC 37.4% Potential Upside Indicated by Liberum Capital Posted by: Ruth Bannister 12th November 2015 XLMedia PLC with EPIC/TICKER LON:XLM had its stock rating noted as ‘Retains’; with the recommendation being set at ‘BUY’ this morning by analysts at Liberum Capital. XLMedia PLC are listed in the Consumer Services sector within AIM. Liberum Capital have set a target price of 111 GBX on its stock. This indicates the analyst now believes there is a potential upside of 37.4% from the opening price of 69.5 GBX. Over the last 30 and 90 trading days the company share price has decreased 5.5 points and increased 13.25 points respectively. XLMedia PLC LON:XLM has a 50 day moving average of 70.00 GBX and the 200 Day Moving Average price is recorded at 66.42 GBX. The 52 week high for the share price is currently at 77.5 GBX while the year low share price is currently 33.5 GBX. There are currently 1,402,127,689 shares in issue with the average daily volume traded being 441,037. Market capitalisation for LON:XLM is £145,849,978 GBP. XLMedia PLC is an online performance marketing company. The Company operates through three segments: Publishing, Media and Partners Network. Its Publishing segment owns over 2,000 informational Websites in 17 languages. These Websites refer customers to online businesses. The sites’ content, written by professional writers, is designed to attract online traffic which it then directs to its customers online businesses.
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