Ebiquity Dividends - EBQ

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Ebiquity Plc EBQ London Ordinary Share GB0004126057 ORD 25P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Low Price High Price Open Price Close Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 30.00 30.00 30.00 30.00 30.00 08:00:00
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Ebiquity EBQ Dividends History

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fillipe: I've changed my mind after reviewing the Edison note of 7th Oct and am lookimg to lay down some EBQ for brighter days ahead, following the recent weakness in the share price. Previous buys in the 40p's have been very worthwhile for me and I'm happy to go down that road again. I notice the quite recent CFO/Dir buy of 60k @ 49p, taking him up to 160,000 shares. f
allonblack: The sad irony is this guy has done nothing but go around doing presentations outlining how he is in a sweet spot and businesses like Rhythmone are dead and yet in that time his share price has not outperformed Rhythmone at all. Pricing your product correctly in a dominate market position with strong cashflows vs a panic sale would be a simple yet all to obvious an example of his lack of ability to do the job.
allonblack: The stock is trading at these levels because the CEO is clueless as evidenced by the share price decline from the moment he joined. When the new Chairman finally does his job and steps in for shareholders it will be a cheap stock.
jadeticl3: This company appears to be wandering around aimlessly. Each report comes and goes without any real indication of a turnaround. The share price has dropped steadily. Even when it has risen it then appears to go into slow decline again. When I first bought into this company the fanfares were blowing loudly heralding a great little business, but it has never really delivered on its promise. I keep holding but now I have little hope.
allonblack: Seems like easiest route to a higher share price is cancel the sale, put up your prices in that business and get a commercial ceo. The current guy moving to an advisory role on the board. How bad do things have to be before these investors seek some changes?
allonblack: Sorry to jump in here but I have been looking at this stock and thinking its just too cheap. Major issue seems to be the CEO who clearly understands the advertising industry and its future but who is clueless when it comes to shareholder value.Why did he pay a different adviser to their broker to tell him to do this transaction? It was terrible advice. The price was ludicrously low. What a stupid thing to do especially given the market position of the biz.So now it trades on 0.9x revs because the CEO wants a life style and is a dreamer rather than hard nose businessman.This company needs new management who care about the share price and understand its drivers.Shareholders are concentrated why havent they forced the CEO to add some value?
simon gordon: Agree, share price has been going nowhere for four years, bottom of the range is 90p'ish, new guy took over early 2016, so maybe show some traction after two years, maybe less if he's lucky. September will be his next big update to show if his ideas are bedding in. It could spring to life in the meantime or remain becalmed, certainly not a trading share. I'm looking at it as a three to five year hold based on the CEO driving sustainable growth and a rerating.
jadeticl3: And a steady rise in share price from 114p to 132p in a short period. It appears to coincide with the announcement of results late in the month. Are there whispers of anything?
eggbaconandbubble: No we didn't!!! Hey ho. I'm out but still watching. Award of share options:- Am I reading this right? The directors award themselves share options (under an "incentive" plan) where the exercise price is 25p and the current share price is 125p! Where is the incentive in that?
jadeticl3: The company thinks the results published yesterday are very good but no movement in share price yesterday and down slightly today so they cannot be perceived generally as "very good", but they looked OK to me.
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