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AEO Aeorema Communications Plc

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Aeorema Communications Plc LSE:AEO London Ordinary Share GB00B4QHH456 ORD 12.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 60.00 58.00 62.00 60.00 60.00 60.00 9,500 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Television Broadcast Station 20.23M 757k 0.0794 7.56 5.72M
Aeorema Communications Plc is listed in the Television Broadcast Station sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AEO. The last closing price for Aeorema Communications was 60p. Over the last year, Aeorema Communications shares have traded in a share price range of 53.50p to 115.00p.

Aeorema Communications currently has 9,538,000 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Aeorema Communications is £5.72 million. Aeorema Communications has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 7.56.

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Double post

Good to see a turn up on the chart on this one with the rest of the market being pretty dire :-)
cheshire man
Somebody was keen this morning paying 30.6p when 29p offer for £11k's worth probably JH again
Prospective clients are invited to visit:
Wow, if that isn't the most uninspiring corporate website i have ever seen! 'The Company, through its events division Cheerful Twentyfirst, specialises in creating engaging, immersive events, using the latest technologies and interactive platforms to deliver highly innovative events for its clients. The Board aims to develop shareholder value through investing in organic growth opportunities as well as exploring potential acquisition opportunities.'

Here's a thought...start with creative engaging and immersive web design. Then show investors and prospective clients what you have to offer.

In fact now I've addressed those points the price should double this year. :-)
I agree that the price will double, and then some ;)
Most micro-caps on AIM are highly illiquid, AEO has better liquidity than many, but illiquidity is great for long term investors anyway. There's absolutely no fear of AEO going private:-

The link should be self explanatory, and besides they may be considering acquisitions.

I guess it's liquidity that's the big challenge for AEO and a fear of going private , address those points and the price would be double
It's very cheap now, and you haven't got clue what I may or may not be doing now or in the future. :) I've already said first stop 50p, but if things go well then much higher in future.

How's ZIN going? You must be at least 75% down on that one? I remember you were very keen when it was TAL. ;) Oops!

Clearly you cannot think it is cheap now then, or you would not wait around for them to hit what could be a re-entry point for others. :-)

Good Luck

BTW illiquid stocks move so quickly up or down on such small volumes. How about that eh? ;)
Isn't it you that wants or predicts that the share price is going to fall further? All I've said is that if it does I'll buy more. I'm waiting for a much higher price before selling any though. How about you?
If you think it is such a bargain, then I would not wait around wishing it to fall further just to be able to buy more, as someone else might, and you will miss the boat again.
Let's hope so clocktower and then I can buy even more at a very cheap price.
Seems to me this is heading back towards its levels that it has been at for most of the year. Unless a major holder increases their stake again, I think that holders that are bored will just move on and the share price will drift once again to it`s general support level.
Nice bounce after a very short bout of profit taking this morning (as predicted). The 30p mark was proving to be a resistance level. My guess is that it'll now be a support level. 50p coming in the medium term.

Growth has kicked in now which is and will be aided and abetted by their new initiatives.

The trading statement makes some very key points:-

1) The blue chip client base is expanding.

2) New initiatives are rapidly gaining traction and can be rolled out to existing clients as well as drawing in new clients.

3) The cash position and balance sheet are very strong.

4) The dividend has been increased by 50% despite the company having a greater focus on growth.


5) In their own words, "Looking ahead, the Company anticipates a similarly positive performance for the upcoming year as it continues to build upon on its position as an industry-leading, profitable, dividend-paying business with an illustrious blue-chip client base."

Then again who wants to invest in a industry-leading, profitable, dividend-paying business with an illustrious blue-chip client base valued at less than £3m? Perish the thought eh? ;)

LOL - Boffster - I note you have not answered all questions raised.:-)

I am sure it is not a horror story but not likely to be a shooting star either.

Any accountant can adjust the accounts, to help fit the picture and chuck in the kitchen sink in any set of accounts, or retain goodwill for example to be written off at will sometime in the future.

I would rather have thousands of customers providing 99% of the £4.7 million turnover than a few providing over 40% of the turnover.Which is it Boffster?

Lets just see what happens in the next few months.

Not sure if do not know how a business works or are just being recalcitrant. The cash a bank will fluctuate - quite a bit - as bills are paid and payments are received.. these could be on 90 day terms or more. When money is owed to the co. it is a receivable. When the co. owes money it is a payable and it is all on the balance sheet. I would hope you know all this. I would expect in the full year results to show net assets (i.e. cash + receivables - payables) broadly similar to last year due to exceptionals consuming most of this year's operating profits. If the final results reveal some sort of horror then I'll apologise but I very much doubt they shall.

You are right, business could decline. Can you not say the same about any company? All investments carry some risk. Do you invest in anything? Or are your pennies all in national savings, leaving you with nothing to worry about than troll around here? :o)

One more thing came to mind for average PI to consider: If they want to raise funds to buy another business - a shareholder owning 10% of the company is one of the first to usually be offered stock at a discount in any rights issue or any form of funding, in most cases.

I notice they never provided a date when they will publish the audited full year results, so that could be a while away, in view of the information they have already provided.

Fact:Taken from the RNS.

"Alongside this, the Company has maintained its strong cash position with £1,446,562 in the bank as at 30 June 2018 (£1,897,212 at 30 June 2017)."

You can manipulate figures at times to fit into what you want but the FACT remains that there is around £450,000.00 less cash in the bank as of 30.06.18 compared the sum that was there at 30.06.17.

Do you remember when the sudden change occurred last time out of the blue - as you 100% sure through no fault of their own that things could go haywire over the next 11 months?

Boffster, as you know the BoD so well can you tell us how many customers accounts make up around 50% of turnover?

Still, as I said good luck if you invested here - I wish you well but I am entitled to express my view folks, as is one share that I have punted well with over the years. As I said I was surprised by the positive RNS yesterday, at first sight but when I started to look at the fact that the full year figures are going to show a sizeable loss - things did not look so bright after all.

Who is to say the directors will not start to take bigger salaries in the coming 11 months, leaving a squeeze on returnable profits.

At least Mr Hicking is picking up stock and supporting the price, are you JH Boffster?

Jonathan Hicking increased his stake by a further 1%.
clocktower :

You don't like this company anymore for what ever reason MOVE on.
No one's asking you to invest your money .
According to T/S it has had strong final qtr, this bodes well for the current year.

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