Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Dcd Media Plc LSE:DCD London Ordinary Share GB00BBD7QB75 ORD GBP1.00
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 275.00 250.00 300.00 275.00 275.00 275.00 0.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 7.1 -0.1 -1.0 - 7

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/10/2015
20:58
so nearly £10m market cap now and still to generate a profit...looks like the dream of a 10 bagger is over...shame had high hopes
temmujin
13/10/2015
20:49
Http://www.dcdmedia.co.uk/investors/shareholdings/
2trying
13/10/2015
13:25
temmmujin Henderson not sold any but holding reduced because of share capital increased Henderson 25% Timeweave 61% Green 5% As per consolidation RNS
lecks17
13/10/2015
12:25
henderson sold 8% of their holding....
temmujin
12/10/2015
12:40
glad i sold out though at 500p
temmujin
07/10/2015
06:50
Debt free from today.
cgod
03/10/2015
07:15
LONDON (Alliance News) - Television production and distribution company DCD Media PLC Wednesday said its outlook in the short to medium term is encouraging as it continues to expand its content library, and reported a narrowed pretax loss for its first half. For the half year to end-June, the company reported a pretax loss of GBP276,000, narrowed from a pretax loss of GBP722,000 a year before, as revenue rose to GBP6.5 million from GBP5.2 million. DCD said that cost-cutting measures and restructuring it undertook in 2013 and 2014 helped it to produce a steady performance in its first half, and it expects a similar performance for the remainder of 2015. "We are delighted to report that work we have undertaken in the last couple of years to create a more cost-efficient business with more reliable income streams has resulted in a positive adjusted EBITDA figure for the first half," said Executive Chairman David Craven in a statement. "While the board's focus for the group remains on the international rights distribution business, the production businesses continue to win new commissions and develop exciting ideas and the board believes DCD Media is well positioned for the future," Craven added.
cgod
02/10/2015
19:55
sorry but i sold all and put it into oxus gold...wish you all the best especially cgod
temmujin
02/10/2015
08:58
The problem is cgod that even if you are correct then they can pretty much make you an offer of next to nothing since they control 93% of the shares. The company isn't worth anywhere near £12m. In fact, if you strip out intangibles then it's worthless. What's to stop them offering you a £1 or a penny for your shares? Michael.
michaelmouse
02/10/2015
08:47
Just to delist is not how these guys play it, they get 93% of the shares, which they have got, and buy out the remaining share holders, they will not wish to have lots of small share holders involved in the company, we will find out soon enough.
cgod
02/10/2015
07:31
michaelmouse post 560 - "They have paid off £480,000 worth of bank debt and replaced it with "In May 2014, the Group's largest shareholders agreed to lend a further £0.8m in the form of new convertible loan notes, having an interest rate of 10% and a conversion price of £1" LOL. Sorry cgod and others, but the large shareholders are really taking the mickey out of the small shareholders. I haven't even had a proper look at the results yet. In my opinion, DCD should not be listed. Controlling shareholders own far too much of the company and are as always looking after their own interests. I don't mind investing in relatively illiquid stocks with large bid/offer spreads, but even I balk at this one. All imho of course." I did try and warn small shareholders in the above post. DCD have a truly unforgiveable attitude towards their small shareholders, but in truth their history should have told you this. Sadly, they have now diluted you all into oblivion. The interim results were poor yet again with no immediate signs of profitability. DCD might have given the illusion of being a decent punt with a market cap. of less than £2m, but the conversion has changed all that and the company is now worth nearly £12m and at least six times too expensive. cgod - I hope you are correct and they at least offer you all a small premium for your shares, unfortunately past history suggests otherwise. I wish you luck, but I suspect they will just delist, and this news will push out the remaining small holders. Remember the names of all the key personnel past and present at this outfit and don't ever touch them with a bargepole again. Eventually what goes around, comes around. Best of luck with your other investments. Michael.
michaelmouse
02/10/2015
07:00
The more I look at what is going on the more I see it was the plan all along when they did the consolidation, clear out all the small share holders, make the shares untradeable so holding the price down, main share holders loan money for loan notes, Timeweave and Hendersons and Green on conversion hold 93% of the shares, force share holders to sell shares at the price offered, we may get 20 -30% on top of todays price, its a done deal guys, I have emailed Lily at DCD many times over the past 2 days, no answer. No point selling, even if you could, you would be playing into the hands of Timeweave and Hendersons and Green, as I have said its time to buy and push the share price so they have to pay more. I added 1000 yesterday. Good luck all.
cgod
01/10/2015
21:19
Need some reassurance here good people . Looking back to 2007 , when I had 500,000 shares , then the 100 to 1 consolidation ; then I bought a load more ; next consolidation . Crikey , I've got 100 !! Then I buy another 200 . My worry.... Just because a load more shares appear , why would our market cap rocket ? Why are we suddenly more valuable ? A load of paper shares doesn't make our profits increase , nor does increase our assets . Or does it , being debt free ? What if our market cap stays the same ? Then surely the face value share price will fall by around 80% . Again , please reassure me people !
2trying
01/10/2015
13:05
Looking at the way Timeweave operate we have a good chance of a 30% - 40% premium on todays price, if they make an offer for the shares.
cgod
01/10/2015
11:23
OMG, who is this guy? have you up set some one 21trader.
cgod
01/10/2015
10:55
Hey TOPS my old mate, how you doing? Any tips el Don
donsan
01/10/2015
10:51
perhaps trader-mick needs keeping an eye on LSE eh ????????????????????? what do you reckon hatey my old mate ????????????????????????????
singer8
01/10/2015
10:48
i knew you couldnt stay away
singer8
01/10/2015
10:47
back again then 21trader yet another lie when you said you wouldnt post again oh of course you deleted that post lies lies and more lies from you
singer8
01/10/2015
08:38
Well, could be a very interesting few weeks, some buying coming in now, bidding for stock again. At least we have no debt now, which has to be good for an AIM company.
cgod
01/10/2015
07:53
People need to think it through. They cannot sell in the open market because it would destroy the price and they would be lucky to sell 5000 shares and not wipe £1 from the price so for the sake of trying to cash in £20-50k they would destroy the value of their remaining shares so I cannot see them selling.
21trader
01/10/2015
07:04
I don't think you will see that temmujin, Pursuant to the Conversion there are no further 2013 nor 2014 Convertible Loan Note Instruments outstanding.
cgod
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