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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -5.00 -0.47% 1,067.50 8,441 13:03:32
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1,060.00 1,075.00 1,072.50 1,067.50 1,072.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 26.78 -3.30 -23.00 167
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:41:08 O 75 1,060.00 GBX

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Audioboom Daily Update: Audioboom Group Plc is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BOOM. The last closing price for Audioboom was 1,072.50p.
Audioboom Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 755p and a 12 week average price of 755p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,127.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 161p.
There are currently 15,674,494 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 75,514 shares. The market capitalisation of Audioboom Group Plc is £167,325,223.45.
mdchand: Wooty - I'm not sure investing is the right thing for you if you get this upset about a share that has risen about 500% in the last few years. Amazing that people think these type of price rises are entirely common. They are not. And yes, the share price will be affected by short term selling BUT all things ultimately are reflected in the share price However, there are times when the share price lags the underlying fundamentals which is the case here. So let the ST & AAA holders dump. They will be replaced. I suspect one of the reasons Boom never got a counter bid is due to the fact that the majority of Booms 'AAA' shareholders wouldnt sell unless they got £22 bid - which is plainly stupid. They act as a poison pill defence, so I would be happy for them to dump away. Not to mention the fact that Boom could always apply for a dual US listing if it felt it was appropriate to do so. Please stop focusing on the day to day noise. That only matters if your a day trader.
wooty01: Bagpuss I think your comments however well intentioned are inaccurate1. none of top Boom shareholders disclosed today had shares in Boom prior to AAA or AQUAA Bonnier 8pcBon Rosen 2pcCourtney 1.8pcAsimilar 1pc. Who cares about cross holdings. It's a free world. Also AQUAA bought a couple of months ago from 192 who took up a new issue of GBP2.5m a year ago. All this activity gave impetus to Boom price to offset day traders and pi's who were dipping in and out. 2. I tired of debating the value of Boom. Most know it's worth upward of GBP 15. But it's not being by AIM nor has anyone come near to offering this for the company.
bagpuss lives: Wooty01 I think your reasoning is all wrong.(only my opinion) Firstly. All of these shareholders have cross holdings in one two or even three companies and many of them had invested in Audioboom as part of their portfolio prior to initial involvement of Aquaa in Feb 21. None of them are going to walk away on mass and trash their own companies share price or their mates companies. Secondly. Not taking a dubious "potential" offer isn't going to change the business model and they aren't buying it because they think it is worth £12.00 they are buying because they think it will be worth multiples of that. They aren't going to walk away if that's what they believe just because the company isn't in the right wrapper. Thirdly. Many of those with concerns about ISA and/or ability to sell easily in the short term will have exited by now. Fourthly. AAA need this deal to happen to make the company large enough for a Nasdaq listing and without they have Sentiance and a few other interlinked holdings like Mesh but they would have to settle for a lesser exchange and a dent in their deal making credibility. Fifth. AQUAA buying didn't run the share price up. The majority of their shares where purchased direct from Candy and not in the open market the shares went up on the back of the Final results and tRADING UPDATES. The longer this goes on the more damage is done to AAA's credibility so they are going to have to come up with a new plan as I don't think the current offer despite 50% support gets it over the line. Bagpuss
rsig1: I hope that the Boom Board unequivocally reject any notion of a further extension as AAA have had the extension they requested and seem no closer to making an actual offer rather than merely to moot an offer which has already been firmly rejected. It is probably true that the share price could suffer in the short term and AAA will have done no favours for long term holders. However I believe in the Board and particularly Stuart Last, the business is growing strongly, and should continue to do so. 3rd quarter results are due soon, and hopefully also some visibility on full year expectations. The share price will recover although I do agree with all comments on the vagaries of Aim.
wooty01: I don't particularly like the AAA potential offer but I'm realistic. No one else seems to be at the table. Price has gone down because firstly Boom directors won't agree to extension. They don't want to sell. Also where would Boom price be if AAQUA hadn't bought 15 percent over the past 12 months. Back at 4 or 5 GBP. Bonnier has 7 per cent in his own name as well. If these investors walk away away and sell just look out. Boom would be no where even given it's excellent results which I think is a fantastic job. The market in their reasoning have priced this at exactly 200p cash and 53p per AAA share of which 12.5 shares will be issued. That's it. Market not going for the last AAA placement price of 80pThat's it.
bagpuss lives: I can't see AAA being able to pull this off now and all the uncertainty surrounding their share price and listing(the nasdaaq link has now been removed)has clouded the underlying share price for any company involved including Audioboom. I believe the share price should be well north of the £12 offered based on the latest update but because of the fear that this might go through due to the connections and the belief that the AAA paper is not worth anywhere close to the artificial fundraise price we are languishing where we are. Other companies associated with them are suffering similar fates just look at Asimilar.. Roll on Monday for some clarity................hopefully. All in my opinion Bagpuss
vengeful53: What people seem to wish to overlook is that this company has repeatedly failed to deliver on the transaction front over the years. Whether it was the aborted US reverse takeover or the appointment of advisers to market the business for sale in USA they have not delivered. The AAA 'offer' is so conditional as to be pure smoke and mirrors. AAA was delisted at the request of the AIM team and the reason they are talking about relisting on an international exchange is that UK exchanges are closed to them. Looking at the AAA advisers, Egremont Capital the international exchange they seem to have links to is in Cyprus, hardly NASDAQ Yes BOOM is a good company but it is woefully undercapitalised, the ACAST research report made clear they have £100m of cash to buy the best talent, the other major competitors to BOOM all have deep pockets while BOOM limps along on small revolving loans from its directors To really see if BOOM can fulfil its potential go and raise £25-40m at new share price and get busy. The problem is that the existing shareholder base of BOOM is woefully thin and overlaps significantly with AAA so there is no real market in the shares. The only two disclosed institutional holders are EDGE and HERALD whereas one would expect people like MITON to own 5-10%, DOWNING the same, these shareholders are necessary to provide long term support
mdchand: Wooty if your so convinced by AAA why not wait until they relist (wherever that is) and buy shares directly in them? The share price action today is simply people getting bored / moving on but the underlying fundamentals of BOOM are highly supportive of the share price Your simply focusing on random noise which is not the basis for making an investment. I've very happy for AAA offer to lapse and let Boom's financials to the talking. Growing turnover in a high growth market with improving margins, is not a bad investment scenario for LT capital growth. And as for aim being a casino, you learn to ignore the hype and implement stop losses. I'm not sure where else your money could have gone up approx 500% in 12 months.
lukead: thank you buggy, ref Wooty, the boom share price has not gone up after this aaa proposed offer, still in the 900’s what it was roughly before. Where do you find the grey price in AAA, there must be some dealing on those shares. Must be news on all this by the 16/8
wooty01: The directors of Boom will be invited to engage with AAA in negotiations to sell for GBP12. They would be well advised to do so wholeheartedly. If not they risk a backlash from shareholders. Already 26.4% of shareholders votes ( Candy and AAQUA) are in favour. How can the board not approve a deal of GBP12 which is on the table? Lots of talk about the value of AAA offered as part consideration. Most private investors will sell before the final deadline. But with a dwindling share price at 30% below the offer, and only promises of better business performance to come in the future, the directors would be failing in their fiduciary responsibility to shareholders. How would shareholders feel if Boom share price was still at this level in 6 months. The market is playing a rough game here. Take the offer.
Audioboom share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange
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