Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Be Heard Group Plc LSE:BHRD London Ordinary Share GB00BT6SJV45 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.475 0.00 01:00:00
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Nonequity Investment Instruments 55.84 -7.94 -1.00 6
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 0.475 GBX

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04/9/202010:25**** BE HEARD - SHARE FOR 2016 **** I'm Tellin' Ya3,014
01/10/201915:38A New Digital Marketing Network48
15/12/201721:35BE HEARD43
03/12/201717:46BE Heard formerly Mithril Capital67
30/3/201708:35Be Heard Group plc46

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Be Heard Daily Update: Be Heard Group Plc is listed in the Nonequity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BHRD. The last closing price for Be Heard was 0.48p.
Be Heard Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.48p and a 12 week average price of 0.45p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.80p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.18p.
There are currently 1,246,826,584 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Be Heard Group Plc is £5,922,426.27.
haywards26: Offer price seems very opportunistic and far too cheap. Especially for any long term shareholders...disappointed. Double the offer price is still too cheap. 0.5p is the low share price level this was trading at prior to the Corona crisis...No premium in the offer whatsoever... Can only hope this announcement flushes out other bidders, but feels unlikely...
tradertrev: The share price targets to crystallise LTIP benefits were 2-4p
tradertrev: In a mid-cycle environment (I am not a short-term investor) one might expect marketing services companies to trade on 8-10x EV/EBITDA. The mid-point of that range on 2019 results would imply a share price around 2.5p including the convertible loan note as debt and excluding any improvement in net cash from ongoing results. Just my opinion, but this looks more like a ten-bagger than bust (ref post 2948).
escapetohome: Well, that update doesnt seem too bad, certainly no worse than the competitors. Digital performing well. Share price down.
haywards26: Hopefully the tide is turning and the share price will only rise northwards over the next few months.
haywards26: More director share dealings on Friday :) Much better share price movements. Once the bottom line is stabilized and turned positive, the share price should take care of itself.
haywards26: I am sure the bod would know about any hostile bid attempts also. They would be hearing about any large amounts of stock being bought and by whom... I much prefer the share price to be rising on reasons other than a predator, whilst the share price is at all time lows. The business needs to return bottom line profits in order for any acquisition price to be in the best interests of current medium/long term shareholders.
haywards26: Further comment from proactive; Digital marketing outfit Be Heard Group PLC (LON:BHRD) was certainly heard this morning when it issued a profit warning, sending its shares plummeting. The stock lost a third of its value after the company said impressive revenue growth would not lead to a concomitant increase in earnings. The board said it now expects adjusted underlying earnings (EBITDA) for 2018 will be in the range of £3.0mln to £3.3mln on revenue of around £29mln. Prior to this morning's profit warning, the market had been expecting profit before tax – admittedly, not the same as EBITDA, but close enough – of £3.47mln on revenue of £30mln. A 33% fall in the share price on a 13% downgrade to profit expectations may turn out to be an over-reaction
haywards26: Very positive and interesting indeed. It is strange why the board did not see the requirement to have a full time dedicated CFO without external pressures, especially given all the acquisitions made to date... Hopefully this year really is the year of momentum for the business and share price..
zengas: Soggy I just ignore the dross. I was in Asos (ASC) 12 years ago and the repetitive trashing by a few was the same there. Believe in your own judgement and fair minded posts relative to the strategy unfolding for BHRD not on an hour by hour, day by day or week by week basis but hopefully on a growth path that will be successfully executed by people who have had previous experience in this area. I remember one poster constantly knocking ASOS at 2 and 3p. (It was floated in 2001 at 20p and later fell to 2-3p over the next 2 years) It was a business that supposedly anyone could replicate and there would be no growth and it was business that took time to set up and start to execute its business plan. A 1m share sale at 8.25p by a director to buy a house on 20/2/2004 was taken as a signal that the doom and gloom merchants were correct re it going nowhere. One year later (27th Jan 2005) a second director sold a portion at 68.375p Over the next 2-3 years the share price climbed to £3 and then with exponential growth soared to £25 in 2011 and £68 in 2014 and currently over £33 now. The moral of the story for me is to filter out those that are knocking for the sake of knocking. I wouldn't spend 5 seconds listening to them if they droned on every 2 minutes with the same old story like that in a pub or party so why would I waste any part of life on them here if they need to say something 50-60 times a day! Life's too short to waste it on imbeciles. If you believe that this company can grow significantly particularly in a vast market that is expected to rise significantly in digital content expenditure over the next few years to $1 trillion and also via acquisitions, then presently the rest is noise if it has to be said by the knockers day in day out. No big deal if it rises or falls by a penny or so short term unless you can't deal with holding something like this or totally looking for a fast profit (either short or long). I'm not looking for anything remotely on the scale of the ASOS (ASC) growth but i do see the potential as i said in a previous post that even with further share issues and getting this company to a valuation of £300m+ on 5-600m shares could see a multi-bagger of 50-60p. P.Scott has seen Aegis sold for £3.2b on £1b revenues and £160m (pre-tax) profits so who knows down the line how, if successful, what any growth could stretch to?. That's the unknown at the early stage (as it was at the constant slagging of ASOS). The next 6 months to a year of this could see us range bound for all we know and that's the unknown so the repetitiveness of comments is pointless. This has significant institutional investment along with a strong management who have already stated they are targeting bolt ons at up to £50m each and these should at that kind of price have significant revenue given that the very first for £11.9m max cost is currently doing circa £16m and profitable. If successful and they bed in well for decent growth the share price should be much higher than where it now is. The fact is i'd rather take the risk now with capital i can risk/afford at this price for optimum potential rather than later. What if those bolt ons amount to 2-4 companies at £50m+ each over the next 2 years and at much higher share prices and/or financing ? It may be tougher to build a significant holding as time goes on/next deal - again who knows but we know they are targeting further acquisitions without doubt. I used the ASC analogy because i paid circa 3p for it, believed in it but sold out due to the constant knocking by some and the director selling which the knockers suggested was the share price limit. The same knocking went on day in day out and as here, Again, big deal!, if the share price shifts up or down in the short term. Nothing guaranteed so rely on your own research but some of these old posts are no different to what is being said here. ASOS 2003 posts - sportbilly1 25 Apr'03 - 14:34 - 8 of 811 looking at the long term graph, fair value for this stock, given profitability and increasing revenues, must be around 15p. I have consequently changed my price target from 10 to 15p RBonnier 28 Apr'03 - 14:21 - 21 of 811 Oh Dear! Wally123 28 Apr'03 - 15:15 - 28 of 811 so your conclusion is that no matter what the company deliver the share price is doomed because Hoodless Bennan are one of the three m/ms trading the stock? Everything else about this companies long term potential looks sound to me other than the share price. It does make me wonder how a company can lose almost 9% of its market cap in one day on about what £7ks worth of stock movement. BritishBear 30 Apr'03 - 12:26 - 56 of 811 Beware pump and dumpers - although this is an interesting story it is essential to track the website over a month or two and you will see that it is actually quite poor (same stock). While revenues may be up they are from a very low level. ASC is fully priced. ----------------------------------------------- No one knows what the future price will be here but that is part of what investing is all about - recognising potential early and potential for major returns on capital you can afford to risk. No point looking back wishing you had followed you're own research rather than listening to mindless micro management comment every 5 minutes.
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