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Evr Holdings LSE:EVRH London Ordinary Share GB00BD2YHN21 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.15p +3.64% 4.275p 4.25p 4.30p 4.30p 4.00p 4.05p 7,169,128 15:07:51
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 0.0 -6.2 -0.6 - 55.93

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/1/2019
14:28
For me it's been a 2 to 3 year hold as it's a very young company who have only just began its journey. Last year was launch and 2019 is hopefully when we should see some momentum into the spring summer time etc
rakepat37
20/1/2019
11:22
There's no denying that if you truly believe this has the systems, people and Business Plan to corner its emerging Market, then all you have to do is keep holding or even buy-in some more on these lows in order to eventually realise a tidy Profit... but you've got to believe and it will all come down to timing & resolve...
mdalos1
19/1/2019
19:21
Yep as it closed up
rakepat37
19/1/2019
18:05
Are you sure that's a buy ?
kreature
19/1/2019
08:57
Big 1.4 mil delayed buy looking good
rakepat37
18/1/2019
13:36
Hmm some sustained buying - could we end blue today?
lastoneout
17/1/2019
19:21
no problem birtwhistle
jaknife
17/1/2019
17:34
Apologies Jak. I agree you didn't say that in so many words. But as I replied at the time it was only a Next showcase and it didn't have any forthcoming live music from them on it.
birtwhistle
17/1/2019
16:01
They will hit it, no doubt about that.
ferrisc
17/1/2019
15:54
birtwhistle, you wrote at 6735: "Next are literally no competition for Melody. Not that they ever were. When Jak proudly told us last November that Facebook had chosen them rather than Melody to showcase the forthcoming venues list, it turned out there was no music on there whatsoever." Your memory does not serve you well. I highlighted this link at 6406 and gave no comment: Https://www.oculus.com/blog/announcing-the-oculus-venues-fall-lineup-nba-games-hit-movies-comedy-nights-and-more/ It includes events labelled as "Live Music Now" (numerous times), "Sofar Sounds: LIVE", "Joywave and Sir Sly Live at Royale", "Kamasi Washington Live at The Warfield". It would be helpful if, before you write comments such as "it turned out there was no music on there whatsoever", you did some actual research and due diligence. Perhaps NextVR have decided to reduce the number of music based experiences that they offer for a reason? Because there's no demand from the public at large? JakNife
jaknife
17/1/2019
15:52
Kreature - I think the next time the company will send security round to kick the chair from under all those who are dumped.
bbtablet
17/1/2019
15:25
Next are literally no competition for Melody. Not that they ever were. When Jak proudly told us last November that Facebook had chosen them rather than Melody to showcase the forthcoming venues list, it turned out there was no music on there whatsoever. Melody will seriously promote themselves when it is prudent to do so. That is why they recruited the CMO Nikki Lambert from Spotify. A household name despite the fact they have yet to make any money.
birtwhistle
17/1/2019
15:05
I don’t think the comparison with NextVR stands up very well. Melody are headhunting music industry staff with great CVs, whilst NextVR are laying their’s off. Melody have big name music artists in their catalogue, plus a stockpile of 600 more. As far as I can see NextVR have absolutely none - the only stuff they’re selling with big name music stars are backstage interviews, not music. They signed a 5-year deal with Live Nation a couple of years ago and have seemingly done nothing with it (musicwise). The only thing they’ve done better than melody is promoting themselves because they are certainly more well known than melody. Maybe that’s why they haven’t got enough money left to keep all their staff
axsrsw100c
17/1/2019
13:20
was or were ? "NextVR’s staff was called to a meeting and told to check their email to find out their job status" htTps://www.latimes.com/business/hollywood/la-fi-ct-nextvr-layoffs-20190115-story.html Whatever happened to the more personable dumping by text message ?
kreature
17/1/2019
12:25
axsrsw100c, Everyone knows the numbers will be unremarkable when they come out in February. Investec predicted that months ago — we just need a bit of patience! Investec's note forecast £1m of revenue for 2018. JakNife
jaknife
17/1/2019
11:17
NextVR have just announced they’ve laid off half their staff, so they’re not doing that well. Seems like they tried to grow too quickly when the user numbers just weren’t there. melody are taking it slower, which is a good thing. And that NextVR schedule doesn’t have any bestselling music on it. It’s just looks like little music clubs, amateur notes, and local bands that no one has ever heard of. If they didn’t have the NBA games and that moscow ballet they’d have nothing worth watching. Granted, melody have yet to start the ball rolling on the live shows, but that Liam Payne test show shows you what kind of level they will be aiming at. Everyone knows the numbers will be unremarkable when they come out in February. Investec predicted that months ago — we just need a bit of patience! I can see it shifting into a new gear when Oculus Quest comes out in the spring.
axsrsw100c
17/1/2019
10:46
LastOneOut, re your 6727 "I think anyone interested in the progress that the company has made over the last year should take a look through the company RNS’s published during that time - all available via this board. They have tied up all of the major record companies and many smaller and launched their app (heavily promoted by Facebook which will likely be one of the leaders in launching the VR experience to the wider world)" Two quick points: 1. "Proper Investors" don't just read the RNS but look at the actual results. It's easy to publish BS RNSs trumpeting this that and the other - that happens every day on AIM. But it's harder to fake the tangible measurable things. eg: Https://trends.google.com/trends/explore?date=today%205-y&q=melodyvr%20app 2. You use the phrase "tied up all of the major record companies" as if MelodyVR are the only game in town and have exclusive agreements which stop other firms from doing their own VR concerts. We know that that's not true. NextVR have broadcast live numerous VR concerts and have a schedule of their broadcasts that they intend to make this year: Https://www.nextvr.com/schedule NextVR are working with the same record companies that MelodyVR are working with. But NextVR are actually making real tangible observable progress as opposed to EVRH who just put out RNSs talking about their progress. JakNife
jaknife
17/1/2019
10:27
Great post Lastone. Although you get the impression it will fall on stony ground. It always does. What Jak repeatedly fails to get is that proper investors including the institutions are viewing Melody in around 36 months from launch, not 36 hours or even 36 days. But then, he's hardly a proper investor, is he?
birtwhistle
17/1/2019
07:30
Hold on Jak, you, Kreature and Hywel are interested. Very interested otherwise why do you keep wasting time visiting this place?
trumpingtonsmythe
17/1/2019
01:43
I think anyone interested in the progress that the company has made over the last year should take a look through the company RNS's published during that time - all available via this board. They have tied up all of the major record companies and many smaller and launched their app (heavily promoted by Facebook which will likely be one of the leaders in launching the VR experience to the wider world)As for KPI's, perhaps we should wait for the company to release some results before commenting. Personally I don't expect them to set the world on fire at this stage in the company's development - that would be foolish - but I also note that Spotify have yet to make a profit yet their stock seems to be in demand EVRH are hampered by 1% short ( or thereabouts) but one bit of news will burn them. It's a waiting game really and the shorter is no doubt playing both sides. Think about all of the gigs you wish you could have got tickets for but the touts bought them all up and then sold the gig out again for 10x the price. Ok if you can afford it I suppose but many will not. And you can also experience gigs anywhere in the world. This is the USP. And it is. EVRH have deals with Sony and Universal amongst others and are promoted via FB. Anyway truth will ultimately out. How the revenues are divided needs to be ironed out but I think EVRH have a strong hand (should they remain an independent company) and I reckon they will succeed one way or another
lastoneout
16/1/2019
22:46
birtwhistle, I note your inability to give a straight answer to a simple question. That's because your comment was a throw away one that can't be justified - the company made negligible tangible progress last year. "Progress" is normally measured against a business plan or KPIs. In EVRH's case their KPIs are: ------------------------------------ Gross financial assets – cash and cash equivalents Net asset value – fully diluted per share Closing share price Market capitalisation • The number of event promotion and venue partnership agreements in place and the number of content production opportunities these partnerships create. • The number of VR experiences created • Extent and breadth of licence agreements in place • Number and reputation of artists whose performances have been captured ------------------------------------ see page 6 of: Http://evrholdings.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/171014-EVR-Holdings-Financial-Statements-as-printed.pdf It shouldn't take too much thought to realise that EVRH will fail all of the four financial KPIs. Of the other four they may be able to BS some sort of positive comments but is one live VR performance really credible progress? And you have the clear and obvious issue that EVRH has generated negligible revenue and made minimal market impact. No one is interested - other than you and the other die hard shareholders who can't see what's plain and obvious and sitting right in front of your eyes. JakNife
jaknife
16/1/2019
17:51
How do Phowdo. Mighty fine contribution that. I'm lost for an answer!
birtwhistle
16/1/2019
17:46
Ah, the fisherman's friend arrives!
trumpingtonsmythe
16/1/2019
17:35
come on Jak give them some credit. They did make £6k last year. Albeit revenue and not profits.
phowdo
16/1/2019
17:27
Getting attacked from all angles now! Jak, don't you bother to read RNSs or look at Melody's website? And Hywel, take a look at Short Tracker/EVRH. What do you think will happen if all those shares are bought?
birtwhistle
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