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BOOM Audioboom Group Plc

260.00
5.00 (1.96%)
18 Apr 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Audioboom Group Plc LSE:BOOM London Ordinary Share JE00BJYJFG60 ORD SHS NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  5.00 1.96% 260.00 255.00 265.00 262.50 257.50 257.50 72,121 09:56:09
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Radio, Tv Broadcast, Comm Eq 74.88M -757k -0.0462 -56.28 42.58M
Audioboom Group Plc is listed in the Radio, Tv Broadcast, Comm Eq sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BOOM. The last closing price for Audioboom was 255p. Over the last year, Audioboom shares have traded in a share price range of 132.50p to 385.00p.

Audioboom currently has 16,376,936 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Audioboom is £42.58 million. Audioboom has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -56.28.

Audioboom Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/4/2024
10:50
Where’s master with his charts ???
seedoftongo
18/4/2024
10:27
AlliancePharma [APH] has an impressive record of long-term growth & creating sustainable value for our shareholders & stakeholders-DIVIDEND +5% -PORTFOLIO BROADENED THROUGH ACQUISITION
blackhorse23
18/4/2024
09:54
IG shows current % positions. Obviously it is not reflective of ALL positions only some on IG.
mrsqueezy
18/4/2024
09:50
Out of interest how do you recognise a short has been closed. Is it late reporting of a trade?
wooty01
18/4/2024
09:33
Very nice. Also a short closed around 30mins ago.
mrsqueezy
18/4/2024
09:32
11K buy now showing from earlier.Sometimes you need a final big flush out of sellers before a stock takes out a recent closing high.All eyes on 325. Stuart Last doesn't think this stock is undervalued, he thinks it's "grossly undervalued".
parob
18/4/2024
07:47
Is it possible that Tobin could form a syndicate with other investors and buy the company out?
parob
18/4/2024
07:31
Tobin keeps buying, why not when is so cheap .

Boom will be taken by end of this year imo.

Nothing less than 800p will get a yes from me on my small 22k shares

jungmana
18/4/2024
07:25
I should have fully checked the ISA rules cyberbub. Thx for correction. I was thinking along the lines that private companies are not allowed as investments in ISA and only UK public companies. Glad to be corrected.
wooty01
18/4/2024
07:08
Another 2000 shares for Tobin taking him up to 804500 shares (4.9%). I am sure he knows this will be taken out at some point when he will be able to liquidate his large holding.More sellers have been shaken out over the past three days. They can only sell once!Need to crack the 325-350 area before the next leg can commence.
parob
18/4/2024
06:31
What are the average margins on this business model ? I've been told they are very little So absolutely no room for negotiation True ?
amaretto1
17/4/2024
18:43
We are of course talking about drastic action which I'm sure the directors would only proceed with if the current undervaluation continues. The best for all is a sale and I'm sure this will happen later this year. At the moment it's not a sellers' market as highlighted by Stuart Last. So Audiboom just has to continue with its business, prove its worth and wait for an approach. Cavendish have an excellent reputation and track record in M&A.
wooty01
17/4/2024
18:37
Thx cyberbub. Boom is basically a US company with the vast proportion of its revenue coming in USD in USA market. Most of senior management are in New York. If I was part of the decision making on this issue I'd take the steps to go fully into a US stock market. No point having a major portion of stock still in UK and subject to the mindset of negativity which is mirrored on this board. There will be issues for some investors who have used ISA and will not be able to tax shield their investment anymore.
wooty01
17/4/2024
17:51
You can either cancel the listing on AIM and transfer to the Nasdaq lock stock and barrel, and we end up owning US stocks (perfectly legal and straightforward to trade). Or else you can transfer some of the shares onto Nasdaq using what are known as American Depositary Receipts (ADRs) which is typically a package of 5 or 10 shares which remain sort of UK-listed but US-traded. Or you can issue some new shares, perhaps 20-25% extra shares, specifically for listing on Nasdaq (in effect a small placing). Naturally we would probably not prefer the last option as it's dilution, but if the company uses any new monies to ramp up expansion, and if ultimately it means that the share price rises 100% fairly quickly, we probably wouldn't mind :-)
cyberbub
17/4/2024
17:03
You're right Div, but Audioboom have every justification. The company has grown enormously with proven revenue and increasing market penetration in the podcast industry. We know what's happening and the stark reality is that AIM is no longer a true market for serious businesses. It's for traders but it's become significantly worse.
wooty01
17/4/2024
16:39
Wooty I don't know the process either would be interested to be enlightened.
mrbear2
17/4/2024
16:28
There's probably not an AIM CEO who doesn't believe his company is being woefully undervalued on that market. Short of closing down that market forever, it isn't going to change much until the HM Treasury get serious about making London markets once again the go-to place for global venture and risk capital.
divmad
17/4/2024
16:23
You've read the comments correctly MrBear2. Management are totally frustrated with the Aim market and rightly so. On no metrics is the current valuation realistic nor justified. We all now it's being manipulated between a range of 250 to 350. All by the same players except for some a few new or long term investors. If this situation doesn't change I fully expect a listing elsewhere or a sale which probably won't be near a fair value of £13. But for sure work is going on in the background and something will be done. Management have had enough of growing the company and a true value not being reflected. I don't know the process to delist and move to another stock market.
wooty01
17/4/2024
14:52
Had a good listen to the Investor Presentation on you tube last night and its clear to me that there is some dismay at the current valuation of the business and share price. It was also clear that they have looked into the possibility of a relisting in the US. There will come a time, I think, when they decide to do this if things do not pick up. I wonder if major shareholder's (Tobin/Candy)are encouraging this? My view, and I'm no expert, is that if this does not pick up by the year end a US listing could be a real possibility. Thoughts?
mrbear2
17/4/2024
12:27
Agreed. Although I see these pullbacks as an opportunity. Perfect for those with a long term view on the company.
mrsqueezy
17/4/2024
11:55
This is just unbelievable. There are rubbish dog poo shares on the market valued a lot more than boom .
This is a fast growing tech company that's valued at next to nothing compared to peers .
Imo boom should be trading at 500p+

jungmana
17/4/2024
10:00
Share price weakening as it did after the January's trading update.I will buy more before the Q2 update.

Outlook for year is excellent.

z1co
16/4/2024
14:32
Never mind the share price …

Festario has no neck .

Bowling pin kinda guy .

seedoftongo
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