Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ebiquity Plc LSE:EBQ London Ordinary Share GB0004126057 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 51.00 145,531 15:14:21
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
50.00 52.00 53.00 51.00 53.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 63.09 -5.71 -8.51 59
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:15:35 O 2,500 50.125 GBX

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13/7/201510:30EBQ, can it go higher?362
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Ebiquity Daily Update: Ebiquity Plc is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EBQ. The last closing price for Ebiquity was 51p.
Ebiquity Plc has a 4 week average price of 51p and a 12 week average price of 51p.
The 1 year high share price is 72p while the 1 year low share price is currently 45.90p.
There are currently 115,912,709 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 23,194 shares. The market capitalisation of Ebiquity Plc is £59,115,481.59.
p1nkfish: Taking a step back it appears that Ebiquity is on track to become the indepedent leader in media analysis, contract compliance and effectiveness. It will be hard for others to catch-up. The core Ebiquity now, plus the new acquisitions, plus Digital Decisions plus Firm Decisions. All roads in media in large organisations can lead to EBQ involvement unless the large organisation wants to take unnecessary risk. Anyone see otherwise?
p1nkfish: Reading this week RNS releases again I'm pretty confident there will be "meaningful margin expansion" from the acquisitions and EBQ will be stronger for them. Debt will go back into very manageable territory quite quickly. Duplicate roles to be removed and headcount reduction - unfortunate but probably necessary for EBQ to move forward. I find below interesting and could help stitch all the parts together. "GMP365 Platform Connected to the MediaPath Acquisition, the Company has entered into heads of terms with GMP Systems AB (provider of GMP365) in relation to a new technology partnership agreement. The Board expects that the full technology partnership agreement will be entered into on or before completion of the MediaPath Acquisition and will include updated licensing terms, providing Ebiquity with an exclusive, global and perpetual licence to use the MediaPath Premium Services as well as enhanced data, security and commercial rights."
p1nkfish: Institutional and larger holders only. Buy 34% of your holding to avoid dilution. Nielsen being sold for $16Bn. Ebq sold AdIntel to Nielsen in 2018. Buyout shows there is money looking this way. Market becoming complex, no bad thing for Ebq.
p1nkfish: Volume low but break-out occurred and the 53p placing was well taken. Deep pockets know it was a very reasonable price. The discount to the market price (about 8%) didn't mean much to me as so lightly traded. Normally a placing would be at a real discount. So, add a reasonable discount onto 53p to see where the price should have been prior, 20% would have been a market price of about 66p. All guesswork. From what I know, if they execute properly, it's in a really neat place in their market and will put clear bluewater between themselves and others and EBQ will become a very desirable property. It has a few trends in its favour all at the same time - at least 4 major trends. Now it needs time. The deferred considerations are what they are. They will be addressed from growth (that I believe will surprise to the upside) and thereafter this will spin off cash. If you can see where this is going jump on now or on pull-back but don't wait to see the results as it will be well above where it is now by then imho. DYOR etc, I am often wrong.
p1nkfish: A drop below 53p is certainly a buy for me. Value of the data TBD, will be monetised via the results they deliver with it. It can be quite valuable in ways that are not immediately obvious and takes time & place to collect - Ebiquity have taken the time and have positioned themselves in the right place. I see this as having very attractive upside over the next 3-5 years. Growth will surprise to the upside imho. No. 1 in its space. There are overlaps for elimination. The Swedish side has 5 management with previous experience of Ebiquity. Expect rapid integration and expect 2 new elements with EBQ to accelerate growth substantially & that data pool to become a lake and a unique asset and sales tool.
74tom: A lot to unpack in those 3 RNS's. My summary of the valuation post placing, acquisitions & deferred consideration is as follows; Current shares 83m + 28m issued at 53p and ~9m as part of the two acquisitions, for a TVR of ~120m This gives an equity value at the placing price of £63.6m Debt has increased by £1.5m to £19.5m Cash decreased from £13.1m to £5.4m via the 2 deals & then increased by ~£6m from the placing proceeds, leaving it at ~£11.4m Deferred consideration of £12.5m is accrued for digital decisions and £3m for Media Path. Enterprise value is therefore £63.6m + £19.5m £+15.5m - £11.4m = £87.1m Operating profit is likely to be around £8m next year giving earnings of ~£6m and EPS of around 5p. So it's on a prospective PE of around 10-11 with growth forecast to be ~9% which makes sense to me. So in summary it looks to be priced about right, if they were with debt free or had no material deferred consideration to pay then I'd be more interested. Nevertheless, one for the watchlist to see how it performs.
p1nkfish: Wadge of announcements, acquisitions look to have merit and could catapult EBQ forward. A little disappointing 4x directors put in only £75K BETWEEN THEM out of a £15M raise.
p1nkfish: Not impossible. Recent price action, given turmoil elsewhere, is interesting. TU about mid Feb. Interesting point is EBQ is on the right side of ESG for the global companies. A global does something thoughtless and it will hit their reputation hard - every penny spent on marketing/ads needs to be done carefully and wisely - EBQ can help that oversight. The amount of money spent badly (less impact than possible) or riskily (possibly supporting less than ethical platforms/channels) is massive. EBQ can be profitable in that space. My gut tells me this is heading to a better place. Hope I'm right. Dyor etc.
p1nkfish: EBQRS, will drop you a private message, may be Monday (latest). I'm not an advertising or media person, just a PI with an interest in EBQ as it evolves in my SIPP. It was clear yesterday that someone is interested in EBQ at volume and it held up very well during the sell-off elsewhere. The technical analysis is also telling. The volume on the day was about 4x the previous 3 month average daily and the weekly MACD is very near a cross up. It looks positive. Barring unexpected negative news it looks likely to move higher from the recent range.
red ninja: 31st Dec tip of EBQ, but not posted on this board :- Ebiquity 52.5p Ebiquity EBQ 1.75% provides independent media analysis and is an international business, although North American revenues are low in relation to the size of the market. The company works for the majority of the top 100 advertisers in the world and helps them to spend their advertising funds more efficiently. The company’s media specialists analyse $55 billion of media spending in 75 markets. The FirmDecisions compliance business audits $40 billion of value each year. Newer clients include Unilever and BMW. A new office was opened in India in October because of the strong growth in the Indian advertising market. Advertising spending is expected to grow by more than 20% in the latest year, with digital growing even faster. One of the ways that Ebiquity can grow is by selling more of its services to existing clients, as well as expanding in markets such as North America. Ebiquity slumped into loss during 2020 and bounced back in 2021, when earnings per share are estimated at 3.1p. The share price had a strong run early in 2021 as advertising spending rebounded. Even so, the shares are trading on 17 times prospective 2021 earnings, falling to 11 in 2022. Hargreave Hale recently increased its stake to 18.1%. Ebiquity warrants a higher valuation and could be an attractive bid target for a larger media and marketing business if the share price does not rise. Buy. HTtps://
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