Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Evr Holdings Plc LSE:EVRH London Ordinary Share GB00BD2YHN21 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.125p +4.81% 2.725p 24,701,753 10:26:41
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2.70p 2.75p 2.75p 2.60p 2.60p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 1.18 -11.39 -0.90 35.6

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Evr Daily Update: Evr Holdings Plc is listed in the Mobile Telecommunications sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EVRH. The last closing price for Evr was 2.60p.
Evr Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 2.45p and a 12 week average price of 2.45p.
The 1 year high share price is 13.40p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2.45p.
There are currently 1,308,195,592 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 14,311,156 shares. The market capitalisation of Evr Holdings Plc is £35,648,329.88.
dlewis1: And no upward movement on the share price. Some is getting a good deal. Positive movement on volume. I await the upward movement in the share price.
hazl: Going back to EVRH DSCT,I think sure it will be behind it's original forecasts,but that to me isn't EVRH's mismanagement,it is the industry as a whole taking it's time to catch on. BUT shares are about the future and I can feel that at last VR is buzzing! Who cares if it's slower to start? We have waited, perhaps now the excitement starts! The share price is low to reflect the delay,I'm still very hopeful anyway. You are brave to mention the shares you've got in front of Jak, as I said,it's easy to spread doubt. He's used to one liners now,must be a nuisance when he has to compile a long post. Still, I will show support for IMMO,that you mentioned, which I'm sure you know I am in. Also the CEO there clearly works very hard and certainy he can't let up,to keep first mover advantage.
jaknife: I've yet to meet a longer who doesn't think that going short of the company that they are long of isn't "a pretty risky short". In EVRH's case: 1. It's about to publish accounts that will show it has materially missed its revenue forecasts by a country mile. 2. Those accounts will show material and significant expenses - I've pencilled in admin expenses of £8.2m. 3. I thus forecast an operating loss of c£8.6m. 4. And net assets of about £24m, of which about £22m should be cash. £22m is about 2p a share (1,308.6m shares in issue). My thesis is simple, shareholders will look at the accounts and see that EVRH is essentially a box with 2p a share of cash in and a massive cash guzzling business on the side that shows no immediate signs of stopping to guzzle cash. Shareholders will focus on that 2p a share of cash and that's where the share price will head to. But to be clear, I've been short from c12.5p (on the way up) and the above is my rationale as to why I haven't closed yet. regards, JakNife
jaknife: 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:// 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: Nothing has changed compared to the last time that I wrote here a week or so ago. The share price has gone up but you make the basic error of assuming that the share price going up must mean that something has changed. The share price has gone up. But share price movements are transitory. In time fundamentals will reassert and the fundamentals of EVRH's business model remain - there is no material interest in VR concerts. JakNife
jaknife: Share prices go up, share prices go down. But you don't invest in share prices, you invest in the underlying business, the people, the business plan. If the business plan performs then the share price will perform as well. Focus on the business plan and whether that's being met and then you'll know what should be happening to the share price. JakNife
chrisfillyourboots: As MelodyVR and Oculus Go's UK and European launch push commences later this month anticipate a strong recovery in EVRH share price now that share register has been largely cleansed of pesky shorters and warrant conversions.
trumpingtonsmythe: Jak, the warrants were issued historically at prices appropriate at the time. They are not cheap give aways to family and friends. It's the increase in share price generated by the boards work that makes them attractive. You always pointed me to an article by evil banksta suggesting they were a drag on the share price which they only are now because of the shares stellar performance. In short if the share price were the same as when the warrants were issued they would not be exercised. Ironically i can see some logic in your argument but only as the share price advances beyond all expectations, so it's not the boards fault. Agreed?
chrisfillyourboots: EVRH roadshow scheduled in coming weeks in US, Middle East, Australia and Japan likely to coincide with Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Xmas and New Year augurs well for a stellar Q1 2018 which will see the much anticipated launch of MelodyVR's awesome app supported by the leading labels Universal Music, Sony Music, Warner Music and Roc Nation as well as all the "agnostic" VR hardware manufacturers ranging from Oculus Go, Samsung Gear, Sony PSVR, HTC Vive, Google, Xiaomi , the A-Z of AAA artists is GUARANTEED to have a major impact on the EVRH share price in next few months. Target price Dec 2017 15p Mar 2018 25p and Dec 2018 88p.
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
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