Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
7Digital LSE:7DIG London Ordinary Share GB00BMH46555 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 3.125p 104,202 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
3.10p 3.15p 3.125p 3.125p 3.125p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 16.80 -5.03 -2.74 12.5

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17/10/2018
09:20
7Digital Daily Update: 7Digital is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker 7DIG. The last closing price for 7Digital was 3.13p.
7Digital has a 4 week average price of 3.13p and a 12 week average price of 3.13p.
The 1 year high share price is 5.88p while the 1 year low share price is currently 3.13p.
There are currently 399,556,701 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,754,115 shares. The market capitalisation of 7Digital is Β£12,486,146.91.
16/10/2018
14:34
tiger60: Absolutely running out of cash. The bank balance went from 7m to 0.7m in six months. We are literally on our last legs due to the extraordinary cost of redundancies and office closures but they are a one off cost but left us again needing monies for working capital. They mentioned in the notes section in 2017 and interims (2018) that any immediate funding requirements would come from two major shareholders - with an agreement close to be formalised. Although always there in black and white I saw it as a safety net whilst I believe SC saw it as always 'in play'. So we should hopefully hear this week that the funds are immediately available. This was my biggest worry - had something changed and were they doing the rounds looking for alternative options? I believe this is not the case and was also assured that the short term funding would not have a dilutionary impact. Although I would like someone to talk me through how the loan can be converted to shares - I presume through holdings in the capital account - rather than new shares? Need to understand the equity side of the balance sheet in order to feel comfortable with this. it looks like it is going down further but 7dig could help out here. Considering the percentage fall it would not be too much to ask. The funding RNS was a little ambiguous - was the aggregate borrowing 1m or just the initial tranche with more to come? Anyone? Obviously the biggest risk is their largest shareholder MMS but I believe they are in a good place so it is down to 'squeaky bum' time with working capital coming in and costs shooting down - in profit Nov/Dec would be nice but will it be enough to stave of a further request? Hope so. Not sure it deserves to sit at 3p but I think the disconnect between management and the market, including retail investors is too wide. Too many high level soundbites with too few new clients. One thing that got me annoyed was at the point of reintroduction after the 'financials' debacle SC tweeted that the share price was on the up. That is the only reference to the Sp that I have seen. Since that point it has gone in one direction - number of tweets about the Sp - that would be zero. Not so much he should use his own account to promote 7dig just that the share price is never mentioned, ever. The Sp is the only direct measure we have it reflects every aspect of the business, management, performance. percieved performance, the market etc and yet over 4 years it has gone one way. So why are the latest share options time based rather than share price based - well maybe looking at the company's history we get the answer. Win Win for some. I am banking on this recovering although it has given me years of grief. I believe in the actual concept of the size of the market, barriers to entry and love the margins. The execution has been painful but I am backing my believes even though I would of chosen a different path.
15/10/2018
15:51
michaelmouse: Having institutions as large shareholders can be a double-edged sword, particularly with very small companies. If they've acquired shares in a placing then it shows they like the story. However, the share price isn't affected, but if they start selling in thin markets then the share price just gets particularly hard hit with illiquid tiny caps. Some of these large organisations appear to buy and sell on a whim. That's where PI's have an advantage if they adopt a long term approach. Just hang on in there if you believe in 7dig's future. Rough with the smooth sadly, although I don't recall any smooth yet. Perhaps the share price will more than double in a day with some explosive news? (Hopefully not halve?)
12/10/2018
16:56
michaelmouse: To point out the totally bleedin obvious, the share price performance of 7digital has been f"cking awful so far. Indeed things have progressed far more slowly than anticipated. However, as a LTBH investor I'm hopeful that 2019 should be an exceptional year for 7digital and if it is then the share price will motor ahead. In two, three...ten years time if the share price is 10p, 20p, 50p......£3 then I'll be a very happy investor. If they fail then the share price will tank! :) Simples!!
08/10/2018
09:28
michaelmouse: With a long term view on micro-caps a couple of pence movement in the share price either way is neither here nor there. If 7digital's figures confirm cost savings, profitability and cashflow positive then it's full steam ahead. The share price will appreciate very rapidly, otherwise the share price ticks down whilst traders move elsewhere. LTBH has always worked for me with micro-caps because of their illiquidity. You need to think 3-5 years ahead and imagine where the company will be. Volumes traded this morning are next to nothing! There is always the huge contract win as well which would see the share price move very substantially before the market even opens. Each to their own though, and if you don't like 7digital then don't buy the shares or sell up. Aimho, DYOR.
16/9/2018
09:38
michaelmouse: If you look at 7digital's history of reporting the value of contracts then you'll notice that it's regular and informative. The AGM is on the 28th September (less than two weeks away) and they will no doubt release an update on trading. They tend to bundle the contracts together and then state the lifetime value of the contracts won together with the licensing revenues e.g. hTTps://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/news/market-news/market-news-detail/7DIG/13613680.html As a long term holder with a view to holding indefinitely (assuming all progresses largely to plan), I'm happy with this. Given that revenues for the full year should be around £20m+ then an individual contract would need to be £1m+ to merit an RNS separately. 2 minutes of research would reveal 7digital's reporting history anyway? The share price will ultimately take care of itself based on profitability, cashflow, balance sheet etc. The thing is with the minnows (like 7digital) is that they can double their share value (or halve for that matter) in a couple of hours or less on any major news story good or bad. That's why I take a position and try to imagine how they might be fairing in 2/3/5/10 years time. If 7digital succeeds then the share price over the next few years will be many times greater than it is today.
26/2/2018
13:50
michaelmouse: Historically you are correct about the share price, but the balance sheet was always the problem. Following the oversubscribed fund raise that is no longer an issue. Like all investments, good or bad news will impact the share price. The thing that has changed is that if 7digital start to deliver profitability and become cashflow positive sometime during 2018 then the share price will shift upwards far more rapidly than it's done in the past. Other catalysts could include another major contract announcement. The share price action is still mimicking Zoo Digital at the moment i.e. It's been through 2 months of consolidation following the placing and now we're experiencing steady rises. Next stage would be large moves upwards if the pattern continues.
15/2/2018
13:04
michaelmouse: "It s just so disheartening to support a business that doesn't support its investors." What an absolute load of cr*p people post on bulletin boards. In what way does 7dig not support it's investors? All 7dig can do is build the business and if they do that successfully then eventually the share price will look after itself. In fact I'd avoid any business where the CEO concerns himself/herself with the share price. Particularly small companies where share prices are subject to wild fluctuations. The trading update was very encouraging and all eyes are on 2018 results now. After the placing at 4p there is always the inevitable consolidation period with the share price. However, ultimately the share price will react extremely well if 7dig do indeed turn a profit and cash positive during the year (as forecast), and negatively if they don't. Of course, if they suddenly announced a large contract with a monolith then you'd wake up to find the share price had increased 50%+ before the opening bell. You need to think long term. Where will 7dig be in 2/3 years time?
06/12/2017
15:55
michaelmouse: "I note that the pump is in full swing to allow all those hoovering up new placing shares out straight away with a nice little lift." On a positive note you can actually string a reasonably coherent sentence together. Sadly it just illustrates what a clueless pillock you are. How exactly are 16 new investors with an average of around £400,000 each invested going to sell them when a £10,000 sale would probably trash the share price? That doesn't even include existing investors or Directors. Look at today's volumes, even tiny volumes shift the share price up and down. As for pumping the share price I'm pretty much the only one that's made any comment today, and I'm here for the very long term. The institutions are here because they're hoping it multi-bags into a many hundreds of millions of pounds company which will improve liquidity that they can eventually buy and sell into. They are more likely to be buyers than sellers. The share price may fluctuate and consolidate for a while on slim volumes but then if things remain on track it's off to the races. Some short term traders might make a very small amount of money on a quick turn, but that'll be it. Anybody trying to pick up any volume will send the share price into orbit.
03/12/2017
15:28
chezt: In my view the recent share price slide has been due to expectation of a cash call. Logically with 2018 being a year where 7dig ought to be generating a profit, I was expecting to see the opposite – a gradual rise in share price With increased demand and extra contracts I was indeed, surprised that the share price was not heading north. Now with an over subscribed case raise confirmed and I suspect an over subscribed demand for shares in the open offer to share holders I would expect the share price to jump. With this out the way it should mean its all upside for the share price now. The company is in a very dominant position, its the go to company for anyone wanting to offer streaming services - if fact its the only provider of any note in Europe. It would be difficult for a competitor to come up with an offering that meets their level of service. One of the major attractions to using their services and a key differentiator is their experience and ability in providing the tailored front end sware. Many of the reviews of 7digital give glowing reports in this respect. With growth in streaming rising rapidly, its a market that is only getting bigger and is likely to see huge growth in provision of these services. Aimho and dyor of course.
31/1/2017
07:36
pet lover: Tidal is B2C 7Dig is B2B Look at the valuation of Tidal V 7dig. New B2B MQA Hi Res music is going to be launched this year by 7dig who will provide the licensing and streaming services. ( up to 5 are in the pipeline) This has not been factored in to the 7dig share price. In many respects 7dig has a far better business model through its partnership with MQA on the B2B side rather than B2C
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