|Zoo Digital Group
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If you follow this link and go to issue 30 there is an interesting interview with Stuart Green.|
|137million now. Ticker going well.Growing company in growth area. The market cap at 3million seems a touch low .|
|Very quiet on this thread|
|Netflix reports good international growth.Suspect good for Zoo.|
|Thanks rick, I'm heavily into Kibo at present, exciting times all round. Recently made a killing on MTR. All the best.|
|uknighted get some money in BOO or at least look at their results
they've had an amazing run but this is just the start, it's a long term hold of at least 3 year|
|R678 yes still here and living in hope. I've mentally written it off and just letting it ride the waves to see what happens.|
|I was in this about 15 years ago and used to post on these threads back in the DVD EXTRA days WWTBAM etc, the cashmagnet and uknighted posts stick in my mind. I suspect this will drift along until Stuart Green retires. Although the technology always seemed cutting edge, it was always jam tomorrow and tomorrow never comes. I would move on if you can and like napolean 14th says above much better stocks out there, like BOO (BooHoo) which he has also been in. Might sound like I'm plugging BOO but I just popped in here to see if anything had changed 10 years later and the answer is not a lot. DYOR but BOO offers over the next 5 years huge growth potential.|
|Still no announcements or PR and the inevitable slide back to 8p!
On a positive note the weak £ is good for all companies who's revenues are mostly in $'s and that includes Zoo!
hxxp://www.zoodigital.com/our-zoo-digital-infographic/ So much going on but no reflection in share price, see link to infographic!
All very exciting, but keep it to yourselves...wouldn't want anyone to find out!!|
|Not sorry I sold a while ago.
Much better stocks to buy & plenty of £££ to make
long before ZOO are finally interesting.|
|Furthermore, the share price and market cap has in my view, often reflected the negatives of a company that has serially struggled over the last few years, has disappointed shareholders/the market and even possibly might have gone bust, but for support from shareholders.
I don't believe any of these negatives apply to Zoo now.
NIA and DYOR, as always.|
|Glad you are very happy with this the market isn't|
|Zoo are in a new and growing market and have a small profit in the 5 months ytd. These comments are the best we have had in years from zoo. The outlook is also positive and they are processing greater volumes of minutes month on month and adding clients still which would unlikely have been recognised in T/O as yet. They are also spending on R & D and not resting on their laurels. They really do want some of the business that is out there. How is this not extremely good for the medium term to long term investor. I am very happy with this.|
|Small profit with neutral cash flow for the ytd.|
|Same as always with zoo nothing to get interested in.|
|Disney or one of the other big studios could snap this up at any time - BEFORE they start making big money - by borrowing a few quid from the staff coffee fund at this price!
It's a ten bagger if they come calling.|
|Company valuation isn't calculated from past financial statements.
It is the result of discounting expected future cash flows.
The past is only relevant if it shackles the future in any way, eg debt that can't possibly be paid off, obsolescent product lines that haven't been updated, etc|
|For those who actually look into the new SaaS business model (initiated Sep 2012 with the launch of ZooSubs and now a wide array of cloud-based digital management capabilities):
These capabilities can't be developed without consuming cash. A bit of a minor miracle to have created all this with dwindling legacy revenue and very modest pre-interest year-on-year losses.
The 2 business development chaps they took on from competitors a few months ago would appear to have been brought in to push ZOO into the Middle East market.
The question is: will ZOO know how to let it fall through to the bottom line when/if the taps are full on?
132m on the ticker, which is still a 5m per week rate. Of course, there have been indications that they are now also pursuing more vigourously the licensing model. And, they recently announced a farm-out of some of the services to a third-party (licensing/royalty based?).|
|Their tech and I/P could well be worth ten times the present M/C of £3M.
Check out SEE to see how a loss making techie with no sales can be worth!|
|Points well made Plok. All I would say is that when you have no info about future prospects then all you can relate to is the past. GL.|
|I too have held for more than 10 years and have bought over the last 24 months.
The journey Zoo has been on has been arduous to say the least but as has been pointed out the CEO has always stepped up to the plate in supporting the company which does give confidence.
Do they put out enough PR....No!
Are they too cautious when it comes to putting out an RNS....Yes!
Are they in a better position with regards clients than ever before....Yes!
Do they have a unique proposition....Yes!
They are in a very different position than they were 10 years ago or even 5 years ago, so looking back has no real benefit!
Once the BoD get off their thumbs and start promoting the company, in my opinion it will fly! Look at the website and the news, it is very exciting. BoD's Start telling a wider audience and consider your PI's more frequently!
We can then just look forward, as I for one are unable to influence the past, no matter how frustrating!|
|For the record, I continue to hope that things might change for the better here hence why I continue to hold. That said, my expectation is tempered by 10 years of frustration.|
|I decide where I invest. I do not take kindly to people who have only been in this share for 5minutes, telling me to have patience. If you care to dispute my version of the past 10 years then feel free to do so. If you don't like my reality then you are free to filter my posts. Whatever you decide, it is unrealistic to expect to see only good things posted, this you will realise with a bit more investment experience.
|I agree.There is substance to your view. I have been onboard for a similar time. There have been disappointments and failures.The difference here is that Stuart Green has significant skin in the game. He has suffered a paper loss and with his wife has lent the company money. I also suspect passed disappointments have made him reluctant to over promise. However the tone from the company is more positive and news appears good. They said a short time ago the company was at a tipping point. If it has past that positively then the rewards will be significant. The market cap is around £3 million and the opportunities huge.They appear to be extending there market (adverts )and coverage(Asia).|
|uknighted, why not just sell up and save others from your whinging!!|