Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
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
  +0.00p +0.00% 6.625p 6.50p 6.75p 6.625p 6.625p 6.625p 901,049 07:47:05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 0.0 -2.6 -0.0 - 68.41

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Evr Holdings Daily Update: Evr Holdings is listed in the Mobile Telecommunications sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EVRH. The last closing price for Evr Holdings was 6.63p.
Evr Holdings has a 4 week average price of 6.63p and a 12 week average price of 5.63p.
The 1 year high share price is 13.88p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.80p.
There are currently 1,032,614,265 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,731,809 shares. The market capitalisation of Evr Holdings is £68,410,695.06.
jaknife: jrmarcus01, What makes you think that it's "undervalued"? The current market capitalisation is £72m. That can be compared to: 1. Revenue of nil. MeolodyVR has generated no revenue for 2.5 years. 2. Profits - loss making. 3. Cash flow - negative 4. Balance sheet - dwindling cash and an overall balance sheet closer to £2 to £3m. All of those point to EVRH being massively overvalued. Factor in as well that the company has failed to deliver on its prospectus and the consequent loss of trust in management and you can see why shareholders might want to sell. But the real reason why the shares are drifting lower is simply that there is an enormous overhang of shares because the warrant holders keep selling and they have nearly another 100m shares left of which they'll keep selling and keep making a profit so long as the share price is above 1.1p - a price that acts like a magnet pulling the market price ever closer. regards, JakNife
aim chaos: Brief research note on EVRH: I bought in today at 7.0p. Lots of potential catalysts for share price appreciation over coming months.
eastender boy: At least JakNife has moved on from the cheap options to their mates drivel Just been looking at that .... Back in Oct 2016 they had 129M options outstanding and the share price was 3.5p Today they have 97M options outstanding and the share price of 7.75p So it tends to blow your theory of every time their mates cash in options the price goes down. So 25% of the options have been converted for a double in share price.. Nice Also to put into perspective the outstanding options are under 10% of the total shares listed so hardly a massive diluting issue. tic toc
jaknife: dosser2, re your 2377: crack me up with your efforts to drive the share price down. Tom winnifroth must pay you well. After he takes his cut. I'm one of the unpaid that contribute to TW's site, you will note that my contributions are infrequent. There are others that are unpaid who similarly contribute infrequently. If you want to write a cogent bull piece on EVRH then give it to Tom and he will publish. Personally I would love to see a well written bull argument rather than the rather morose: "There's an article in the newspaper, the share price should go up" drivel that is written here. But if you would like to clarify as to which of my comments that you so object to then please fee free: 1. 6-12 months seems unlikely 2. given that they have no product at this point in time to sell, 3. ie revenue is still nil. 4. As the resident bear though, I'll go for "never", they'll never make a profit because the whole watching concerts on VR will never be a thing. Point 1 is clearly true, as confirmed by Joanne Hart in the Daily Mail. If you think that point 2 is not correct then please highlight where exactly this "product" is that EVRH are collecting people's money for because so far the only money that they've been collecting is from mug punters who have subscribed for shares. Point 3 is a simple fact. And point 4 is simply my opinion, which I've appropriately caveated by noting that I'm the "resident bear". I would also pick you up on your comment "you crack me up with your efforts to drive the share price down. Tom winnifroth must pay you well." as I am not. I have no need to try to drive the share price down and I would never be so arrogant as to think that me writing comments here could achieve that. But in time, the real value of the stock will become apparent to al because either: (a) the company actually delivers what it has promised, thus makes a profit and the share price goes up, or (b) Melody VR continues to fail to deliver (as it has done for over two years now, in particular failing to deliver something as simple as an app to timetable), investors realise that the management team are just full of hot air and the share price goes down. I'm in (b) and the evidence seems to be that Hargreave Hale fall into (b) as well. I predict that it won't be too long before there are more of you with me on my side of the fence. warmest regards, JakNife
jaknife: shinto, do you really believe this? In the face of the obvious evidence that you should be able to see with your own eyes? "Whenever warrants are sold they will be bought up by investors/traders. This will have no impact on share price in the long term." There are just under 100 million cheap warrants (1.1p exercise price). And you think that these have "no impact on share price in the long term"! Let's test that: what if the company were to issue 10billion warrants at 1.1p a share? Still no impact? Exactly. You score zero out of 10 for investment common sense. JakNife
jaknife: Nocky44, have you followed the link? Here it is again: hTTps:// Thia RNS explains that there are nearly 100m warrants outstanding and that there are over 51m priced at a a mere 1.1p. That's one of the reasons why the share price is tanking (putting aside the lack of a product, nil revenue, no app, cash burn, etc) because so long as the share price is above 1.1p those warrant holders will keep exercising and dumping. JakNife
jaknife: Simples: there are a bajillion of cheap warrants out there with exercise prices as low as 1.1p. That means that EVRH's best friends who have this special best friends deal with the company can buy shares at a mere 1.1p and dump them onto the market .. which they do whenever they can .. and that's also why 1.1p is a "magnet price" - pulling the share price inexorably ever closer!
dlewis1: I don't think it's sellers that's keeping the share price down. I think it's the big boys buying and when they're finished loading up the price will rocket. There are more buys than sells today and the share price isn't moving. Watch out for the delayed trades later on. It will be large trades as they have been for weeks now. I'm holding waiting for no less than £2 per share. All the parts of the puzzle is being put together and I'm hoping for a summer launch.
jaknife: Hi bad gateway, I've not been explicit about my exact position with BNN but if you look back you will see that I first posted on that board back on 24 April: My records tell me that the share price was 79p that day versus the close today is 62p and it touched as low as 45p yesterday. You can infer what you wish from that; that the price has gone down is now a matter of historical fact. In the meantime, since we're in reminding mode, could I point you towards this incorrect charting call? As with delboy39, please feel free to buy some EVRH and then come and tell me how much profit that you make. But if you think that buying shares in a nil revenue, no product, loss-making, cash-burning, hot air company with over 108m outstanding warrants in issue with exercise prices as low as 1.2p is a good idea then .. good luck ... you're going to need it! And would you perhaps keep the BNN discussions on the BNN board so as to not clutter up the EVRH board? JakNife regards, JakNife
jaknife: Hi charles fake news darcy, When I wrote this article for shareprophets: hTTp:// It included a disclosure that I'm short. I'm happy to go through the reasoning again: 1. The current market cap of the company at tonight's close (7.38p) is £75m (7.38p * 1,021,625,846 shares), this compares to an estimated net asset position of about £8m. Most of the net assets are cash but regardless, on a basic net assets basis the share price is ten times too high. 2. MelodyVR has achieved nothing since it was first incorporated in April 2015. Apart from announcing hot air, in a little over two years it has sold nothing; its revenue for that time is precisely zero. 3. It has signed agreements with Universal and Warner but neither are exclusive agreements. Next VR ( and Jaunt VR ( are competitors with significantly deeper pockets than Melody and importantly have significantly more credibility. Melody still hasn't even launched the app that it told shareholders it was going to launch in 2016. 4. EVRH has issued a material quantity of dilutive warrants. There are currently 108m of warrants outstanding which entitle the warrant holders to buy shares as low as 1.2p and dump them on the market to the mugs who are buying them at at 7.5p today. It is one thing to be "in the VR space", it is a completely different thing to be selling a VR product and making money. In reality, EVRH's real product is it shares, it has made significantly more money from selling its shares than it has made from actually selling a product. It should be increasingly obvious to shareholders that the company isn't delivering results. The share price needs to fall 90% to be at fair value. JakNife
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