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EPO Earthport Plc

0.00 (0.0%)
07 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Earthport Plc LSE:EPO London Ordinary Share GB00B0DFPF10 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 37.70 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
36.90 38.50
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 37.70 GBX

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09/11/201918:42EPO with Charts & News16,234
12/3/201910:40EPO - could 2008 finally be the Year they come good?!21
12/10/201720:42Who in their right mind would buy this stock (EPO)?3
11/10/201615:40Tesco - is it real?97
26/2/201515:52Earthport 20151

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Posted at 17/7/2019 07:17 by cryptotrade
I think it's goodbye here. Bye silkstag, you're bitterness towards the company was pathetic. Your direction on the share price was actually good but your obsession, classic obsessive traits overtook you when you, it appears where a bull, believing hype and a bear when you ignored their potential.Rather than accepting, accept I say, you were not fully informed, you spents years blaming others for a non perfect outcome. There are many like you, looking for answers on why, oh why, why me, why, but the truth is, it's life dear silkstag. Envy, bitterness leads to the death of one's soul. Overall you were bordering fanatical blindness.Look, epo didn't die, they're alive for years to come and will do very very well. If external shareholders saw this it would have remained in the stock market. They didnt believe, the fools, so visa swooped. The end.
Posted at 16/5/2019 06:45 by cryptotrade
Epo is actually going to make Visa so muuuch better. Epo will be huge. Imagine that.
Posted at 08/5/2019 16:43 by cryptotrade
Sirrux,Visa shall be pumping a lot of money through epo.They shall gain more large clients and grow ten fold. Epo was dirt cheap ripe for growth. They needed a bit more money. Raising it was an issue due to the history, so selling out solved it. Good. Bye Silkstag. Read, weep, you were wrong. A great book I'm sure how one focused on the numbers not the opportunity. I suspect Silkstag was an accountant, obsessed on numbers and not the bigger picture. Still , I'll give silkstag this, he sold out at a higher price than today, so fair enough. The End.
Posted at 25/4/2019 17:08 by dm1969
They've invested a lot in this deal and seen MC come in, push the price up and then walk away and buy another company in the space (albeit not direct competitor to EPO).

While we all would like more, the shares (and company) have performed badly for a long time - I remember when they touched 50p a few years back (should have sold then). I'm one of the long-term shareholders that has seen both the highs (the 50p aforementioned and the recently 49.Xp before MC walked)as well as the shares languishing at 6p before VISA came in. If the likes of VISA and MC have taken a good look at the business and done their homework there is clearly value there. Question is whether they are willing to put their hand in their pockets to pay a bit more.

Thoughts? Sell/Hold?
Posted at 21/4/2019 18:06 by mgbt
DM, HouseTrader,

If you hold, the upside is limited at this stage, so sell unless you are losing. If come the 25th Visa don't have enough votes, the sop may fall, if it does you buy at a lower price, if it does not, you lose nothing anyway, unless a higher bid comes in.

The CMA are also looking at this. I do not know if they have met or what the timeline is, however it must have been raised by MC I am sure or another competitor.

So, if VISA don't get the votes, the share price may fall, but I can say, I expect another bid from another company or a highe rbid to get it accepted by VISA. Either way, the 25th will simply confirm what the outcome is for now.
Posted at 09/3/2019 09:13 by goggin
Was MC giving finincial advice to investors when it advised share holders of EPO to take no action. Not once but twice, it therefor could be conscrued that as an intrested party and probably privy to insider information on EPO, it has mislead the market by suggesting to shareholders not to sell when the share price was away above Visa offer price. There could be consequences although like most muck in the market, they will get away with it. If in a position to hold, absolutely no point in selling for less than the 37p visa have bid. What was the point of the MC bid if they were only prepares to better Visa by 10%?Idiots running MC as well. At 50p, a possible knock out point, they weren't prepared to offer the extra 84 million over visa that potentially have secured victory, how serious were they in the first place as this would be peanuts to the MC coffers!
Posted at 05/3/2019 08:46 by cryptotrade
Kreature,You can make 10k profit but it means nothing if a competitor is spending money to grow. Epo probably needs about 50 m to grow into a global service, scale. Others are investing, epo needs to do the same. Now they've got the old shareholders out of the way who thought they were duped and maybe we're going to sue and destroy the company or dilute stock further, the big boys can take it and make it happen. It will happen. They will make loads of money over the next ten years. They will. Epo needs to probably turnover 60m to turn a profit. Then it will fly. If it was a new uniqorn it would have raised 100s million and no one would have cared. Historical baggage is what ended the run. As silkstag use to do, the coward he is , just numbers, it shows his narrowed minded approach only went so far. That's typical of an obsessive character. Now he's ran away like a baby. Maybe he saw sense and liked in at 5p. Anyway Hello Silkstag, I know you're reading this you coward.
Posted at 25/1/2019 13:03 by goggin
This is brilliant news for the long suffering share holders of Earthport. A knock out bid at around 50p wouldn't surprise me, this is small beer to both players and its EPO's infrastructure that they have spent millions and millions on that they are after. If EPO had been properly managed in the first place, then the share price would have been well north of 50p. Now to sit back and enjoy
Posted at 09/10/2018 10:18 by silkstag
The slide on run up to horror results has started. Crypto is in loss again. Gets cross when in loss. If q1fy19 trading is filthy, as I expect, then EPO share price will fracture down to a new lower level. Holders and traders beware. All imho. Dyor
Posted at 28/8/2018 07:18 by silkstag
1) About £12m of fy18 £31.9m turnover is fx. £1.5m consulting. Post Oct 2019, restructuring will keep about £8m. Worth x1 turnover =£8m.

2) £19m is cross-border transfers. Worth x2 if, after entire board is fired in Oct 2019, can plan to cease to be loss-making. Keep about £10m. Worth x2 = £20m.

3) EPO will be worth about £28m post £14m rescue funding, so £14m pre-money. 625m issued shares = 2.25p per share.

4) Target share price Oct 2019 2.25p.

5) With 0p management share options it could be more dilution.

6) Maybe the board will conceal the flaws for an extra 6 months beyond Oct 2019? Maybe the rescue round will be 3p not 2.25p? But the message is clear. If you invest and hold @10p then 70% of your cash will die.

7) Will be a 50 for 1 share cancellation. Investor genocide like 2005. Wild dilution will again kill any chance of investor recovery.

8) Results and negative RNSs will slash away at share price. Death of a 1000 cuts.

All imho. Dyor
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