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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 Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 41.00 13:20:40
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
41.00 41.00 41.50 41.00
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p1nkfish: Master Investor article suggesting more gains could be ahead, he thinks.
p1nkfish: There is a big seller out there and not much demand. You would think this would be a buy but I can imagine more downside as tax year end arrives and some take losses to offset gains. The company doesn't set investors as front and centre on the website - not a good advert given what they do. I do hold, and able to add, but see no point to such a degree I'm also tempted to sell down and move on. No good just blaming the pandemic, something else is missing here. Where's their fight? Thoughts?
p1nkfish: Anyone see a near term catalyst here? 3% holders are a decent set of investors and appear loyal but this needs something to set it off. Not a high % of free float outside of the 3% crowd, just needs something to generate buying.
allonblack: It is most frustrating to see large investors take over sized positions for their investors in a business that could be dominant in its sphere (and that is all important these days) and let it be drained of cash by an analyst who cant run a company. Is it just me or is this bonkers?
jadeticl3: allonblack, I do not doubt that you are right, and I wish someone would do something sensible, but there is no sign that anybody is taking any notice. Directors continue to milk this dry, then retire with enough to see them through. We need some big investors to do something.
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?
p1nkfish: If it shows much share price weakness it becomes a buy for me. Might be some tax loss selling due. There is a PDF on the investor section of the website explaining the rationale. Makes a great deal of sense and management proactively steering the business to higher growth, more focus and less debt. Have no idea of the central office cost reductions but there probably are some slight reductions there from the disposal or at least resources allocated towards higher growth if no cost reduction. Anyone have an idea?
simon gordon: What Investment - 18/4/19: Top investor on AIM share he thinks ‘hopelessly misspriced’ Mark Costar, whose J0 Hambro UK Growth fund, has asserted that one particular AIM stock is ‘hopelessly misspriced’ and an opportunity for investors. The stock in question is Ebiquity. Costar commented, ‘We attended the Mobile World Congress during the month, an incredibly valuable and time efficient way to absorb what is happening in the technology revolution globally. The undeniable and very powerful message is that the pace of change, innovation and disruption is accelerating once more to a velocity and impact that even we may have been underestimating. It is a theme to which we continue to pay close attention given its huge potential impact on sectors and companies throughout the world economy and, of course, within the portfolio.’ He continued, ‘A good example of where changes are happening unbelievably fast, for better or for worse, is in the area of digital advertising. The recent unfortunate placing of corporate messages alongside unsavoury content on YouTube, coming hot on the heels of misleading viewing figures at Facebook and a lack of transparency in the agency-buying chain, shows all the classic signs of an industry straining under a breakneck pace of disruption. To harness its undoubted potential the industry needs greater accountability and credibility, an area which as the largest media auditing company in the world, Ebiquity, is right at the heart. With an unrivalled data set from which to leverage (over 70 per cent of Fortune 500 companies are clients) we believe, and the recent results demonstrated, that the company is doing all right things by investing in its people, platform and systems to take advantage of a clear structural growth opportunity. At just £90 million market cap and 12 {times} price to earnings ratio, the business is hopelessly miss-priced for a strategically valuable asset with a hugely promising future.’
aim_trader: Chief Strategy Officer Nick Manning will be presenting to investors at the Chesterfield Hotel in Mayfair from 6pm on 5th November. To register, please click here: http://tinyurl.com/nwgxkr3
investinggarden: Add recommendation from Growth Company Investor http://www.growthcompany.co.uk/recommendations/1109363/ebiquity.thtml
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