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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
  0.00 0.0% 195.00 0.00 07:48:05
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
171.00 195.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 22.31 -7.54 -0.55 31
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 195.00 GBX

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29/11/2020
08:20
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 195p.
Audioboom Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 161p and a 12 week average price of 154.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 285p while the 1 year low share price is currently 127.50p.
There are currently 15,674,494 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 28,068 shares. The market capitalisation of Audioboom Group Plc is £30,565,263.30.
17/10/2020
18:58
hedgehog 100: Jasper, First of all, can people please remember that BOOM has had a 100-into-one consolidation. So the bids weren't about 5p per share, they were about £5 per share BOOM's 7a.m. RNS on 14.10.20 makes it quite clear that there were bids at a premium, but obviously the precise details are confidential, so we apply research and analysis to 'put more meat on the bones'. And if your look at media and technology takeovers, you will see that successful bids for relatively small listed companies are commonly at double or more the pre-existing share price. Earlier this year Allenby Capital valued BOOM at fair value of 475p per share. Rachel has told us that there were bids at around £5 per share, and she has shown herself to be a reliable and accurate source of info. Takeover valuations in this sector support the above figures. So I think that the onus is on you to prove your counters claims. Especially as neither you or Rich seem to have any track-record of any real successful analysis or investment, unlike myself. I would also ask you, why do you think that 192 were so keen to invest over £3M. into BOOM, out of all the companies in the world, at such a big premium? And look at their success in choosing multibaggers. Then you have multi-millionaire internet businessman Chris Akers buying big into BOOM this week. In conclusion, predators now know that they cannot pick up BOOM on the cheap, and that the company are prepared to walk away if their valuation isn't met, and obtain investment at a big premium from elsewhere. Predators know what they have to pay, and are free to do so in due course: 14/10/2020 07:00 UKREG Audioboom Group PLC Trading Update, Conclusion of FSP and Subscription " ... This does not prevent any parties approaching the Company in due course, but this would no longer be within the framework of a FSP and the Company will not be actively seeking prospective buyers. ... " https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/audioboom-BOOM/share-news/Audioboom-Group-PLC-Trading-Update-Conclusion-of/83453324
16/10/2020
12:51
hedgehog 100: 14/10/2020 07:00 UKREG Audioboom Group PLC Trading Update, Conclusion of FSP and Subscription " ... the Company engaged with several interested parties during the process and a number of these discussions advanced to a stage at which potential deal structures and outline valuations were proposed and considered. Throughout, the Board has been focussed on achieving what it considers to be maximum value for shareholders and would only consider recommending any potential transaction where the terms of any such deal would create greater shareholder value than would likely be achieved by continuing to pursue the Group's own growth trajectory and plans in its current form. In the current climate, there has been limited interest in paying the level of premium to the prevailing share price that the Board considers would represent appropriate value for shareholders and, as such, the Board has not taken these discussions further. ..." https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/audioboom-BOOM/share-news/Audioboom-Group-PLC-Trading-Update-Conclusion-of/83453324 Rich, We know that there were offers of about £5 per share. BOOM's above RNS says that it can't get the LEVEL of premium that it wants, i.e. that it CAN get a lesser premium. So for you to claim that no one is interested is patently false.
15/10/2020
17:42
hedgehog 100: rachelrileysbra 19 Sep '20 - 20:17 - 3276 of 3384 0 2 0 " ... Lots of rumours (and I believe they are just rumours) about offers to date. Last I heard was and acquisition with stock conversion equivalent to 6 dollars a share. ..." Rich, Am I the one having a laugh?! You are in effect accusing BOOM of lying in its 7a.m. RNS yesterday: which would be a serious criminal offence. Is that likely? I think not. Plus we have Rachel's very helpful industry inside 'scuttlebutt'. Plus what we know about the acquisitions and their valuation levels in this in sector. There are a few posters on this thread who are coming across to me as embittered losers, who are bullish and bearish at the wrong times. And a look at the long-term BOOM share price chart sheds more light on this; an initial gain of hundreds of per cent, followed by a fall of over 90%.
15/10/2020
15:57
hedgehog 100: True8lue, Here's the full extract, from this thread header: "M&A Activity: - Interview with BOOM's CEO, 7/2/2020: hTTp://www.insideradio.com/podcastnewsdaily/q-a-audioboom-ceo-stuart-last-on-his-new-job/article_bde19242-49d3-11ea-8204-0f55dddd98e3.html Question: "Do you see Audioboom as a seller, or an acquirer?" Answer: "I don’t think we are in any rush to be an acquirer again...We are well positioned as the biggest global independent podcast business to be a target for acquisitions. I wouldn’t say we are deliberately positioning ourselves or looking for that. We are confident in continuing this growth that we have for a while, but if the right opportunity came our way we’d have to consider it because the whole industry is consolidating. We don’t want to be in a position in 18 months or two years when that consolidation has happened around us and we can’t compete anymore because we’re not part of a bigger group." " The bottom line is that BOOM can sell itself whenever it wants for well over double the current share price, so I don't see that there's anything to worry about.
15/10/2020
13:04
hedgehog 100: rachelrileysbra 23 Sep '20 - 16:43 - 3281 of 3379 0 3 0 "What I meant was the offers ( around £5) were not high enough. If you ask me, only speculating, is that Candy and Tobin will be looking for £7.5" 14/10/2020 07:00 UKREG Audioboom Group PLC Trading Update, Conclusion of FSP and Subscription " ... the Company engaged with several interested parties during the process and a number of these discussions advanced to a stage at which potential deal structures and outline valuations were proposed and considered. Throughout, the Board has been focussed on achieving what it considers to be maximum value for shareholders and would only consider recommending any potential transaction where the terms of any such deal would create greater shareholder value than would likely be achieved by continuing to pursue the Group's own growth trajectory and plans in its current form. In the current climate, there has been limited interest in paying the level of premium to the prevailing share price that the Board considers would represent appropriate value for shareholders and, as such, the Board has not taken these discussions further. ..." https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/audioboom-BOOM/share-news/Audioboom-Group-PLC-Trading-Update-Conclusion-of/83453324 Rich, People want it alright, and were prepared to offer well over double the current share price. But name me some examples of companies being taken over for about FOUR TIMES their current share price? It doesn't tend to happen, because managers don't want to be perceived to be overpaying. So, BOOM's game plan will be to get the share price up to a much higher level, so that a price of around £7.50 per share will be seen as an acceptable premium to pay. The £3.15M. strategic investment at 225p per share, to help fuel growth, is a great start, and shows how undervalued this is at 197.5p.
10/10/2020
19:36
hedgehog 100: Rachel, Consolidation-adjusted, BOOM has been about ten times as high as its current share price (167.5p), when its financials were far less impressive than now. Shares do tend to overshoot on the upside and the downside. And the same sorts of investors do tend to get over-bullish and over-bearish at precisely the wrong times. And note how well the Spotify share price has performed this year. Spotify Technology (NYSE:SPOT): That's a reflection of how online providers have tended to benefit during the current pandemic, and of how online advertising has recovered during H2. And that bodes very well for BOOM's imminent trading update, its future, and a potential takeover of the company.
09/10/2020
16:02
hedgehog 100: 30/09/2020 07:00 UKREG Audioboom Group PLC Timing of update on Q3 trading & strategic review "Audioboom (AIM: BOOM), the leading global podcast company, announces that the Company will provide a trading update for the quarter ended 30 September 2020 on or around 14 October 2020. At that time, the Company will also provide an update on the strategic review, incorporating the formal sale process (as referred to in the City Code on Takeovers and Mergers, the "Code") announced on 19 February 2020. The Company remains in an "offer period" as defined in the Code and the dealing disclosure requirements as stated in the Company's announcement of 10 February 2020 continue to apply. A further update will be made as appropriate." https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/audioboom-BOOM/share-news/Audioboom-Group-PLC-Timing-of-update-on-Q3-trading/83358560 MrBear 29 Oct '20 - 09:16 - 3320 of 3322 0 0 0 "I found the wording in the RNS 'on or around 14 October,(trading update) rather curious and almost vague. Maybe I'm reading too much into it." MB, Maybe, maybe not. It could be something, could be nothing. But in general, if a company is notifying the market of a near term trading update or results announcement, it gives an EXACT date, which it meets. Because it's a process the company controls. So in the current case, the wording could indicate that there is something going on that the company CANNOT be so certain of regarding timing, i.e. takeover talks. And my sense is that BOOM could well currently be trying to finalise a takeover deal. Possibly by Rogers Media, in view of the RNS two days ago. Any views on the current risk-reward outlook here, which seems to me to be very attractive at just 167.5p? E.g. Assuming a 50% chance of an imminent takeover, which could treble the share price from current levels, but pretty limited downside from here if there's no takeover yet.
30/9/2020
14:09
hedgehog 100: 30/09/2020 07:00 UKREG Audioboom Group PLC Timing of update on Q3 trading & strategic review "Audioboom (AIM: BOOM), the leading global podcast company, announces that the Company will provide a trading update for the quarter ended 30 September 2020 on or around 14 October 2020. At that time, the Company will also provide an update on the strategic review, incorporating the formal sale process (as referred to in the City Code on Takeovers and Mergers, the "Code") announced on 19 February 2020. The Company remains in an "offer period" as defined in the Code and the dealing disclosure requirements as stated in the Company's announcement of 10 February 2020 continue to apply. A further update will be made as appropriate." https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/audioboom-BOOM/share-news/Audioboom-Group-PLC-Timing-of-update-on-Q3-trading/83358560 They're being pretty tight-lipped, which is what you would expect if they are finalising a sale. If the sale process was off, I don't see why they wouldn't have said so today, and indeed they should do so if that were the case. And market makers also act as brokers, so can often have a good inside track on the outlook. Yesterday they took on over £76K. of stock in just two trades, despite no buys yesterday, and the real bid price is going up. - 29-Sep-20 12:17:30 167.00 10,000 Sell* 165.00 180.00 16.70k O 29-Sep-20 12:09:56 166.00 36,000 Sell* 165.00 180.00 59.76k O
24/9/2020
12:40
hedgehog 100: MB, The timescale hasn't slipped yet - there is still nearly a week left in this quarter: 19/02/2020 07:00 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Audioboom Group PLC Review of Strategic Options - Formal Sale Process " ... The Board currently expects for the Strategic Review process (including the formal sale process) to conclude during the third quarter of 2020. ..." http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/audioboom-BOOM/share-news/Audioboom-Group-PLC-Review-of-Strategic-Options/81789786 21/07/2020 07:00 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Audioboom Group PLC Half-year Report "... Retained Raine Advisors Limited ("Raine") as financial adviser in relation to examining strategic options for the Company, and subsequently established a formal sale process pursuant to the Takeover Code. This process is ongoing and the Board, management and Raine remain engaged with a number of interested parties ..." http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/audioboom-BOOM/share-news/Audioboom-Group-PLC-Half-year-Report/82890991
19/9/2020
20:32
46maxon: Tnx RRS,BOOM's share price seeing fair amount of downward pressure, close to price mid March COVID crash. And previous to that share price was chugging along nicely 275p high.Wonder what's in store for next 3 months? Few signs that the sector is hotting up, making noise. Sounds like PI's bit peeved tho. Chairman seems like a bit of a doosh...
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