Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Frontier Dev LSE:FDEV London Ordinary Share GB00BBT32N39 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -70.00p -4.46% 1,500.00p 167,615 16:35:15
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1,505.00p 1,510.00p 1,585.00p 1,475.00p 1,585.00p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 37.4 7.8 22.7 66.1 511.69

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Frontier Dev Daily Update: Frontier Dev is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FDEV. The last closing price for Frontier Dev was 1,570p.
Frontier Dev has a 4 week average price of 1,475p and a 12 week average price of 1,205p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,880p while the 1 year low share price is currently 461.50p.
There are currently 34,112,529 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 140,426 shares. The market capitalisation of Frontier Dev is £511,687,935.
hpcg: staverly - indeed one of the most bullish aspects for the share is the current stance of the analysts. A drive higher in the share price involves beating expectations, expectations getting raised, and beating them again. The second bullish position is the embarrassing dearth of tech stocks listed in London. Assuming the company is successful any managed growth fund will need a piece, especially for their end of year reports. This is exactly they type of window dressing that causes deep share price movements. Also works for down as well as up when funds want the name out of their report.
makw61: Well they've given the tree a good shake but not much has dropped by the looks of it. IMO you'd have to have literally done zero research to be selling these shares this side of E3. What's important is that JWE continues to sell well and that will be reflected in the share price in due course. Maybe closer to 6 days' time than 6 months i would guess but either way share price moves are just noise in the short term. The game does look good. I've seen some minor criticism around visitor AI and lack of customisation. We know Frontier do that well in PC so it seems to me that it is just a compromise because of the need to launch on console. PC is not available on console for a reason. Hopefully some further optimisation post-launch will solve these minor niggles or potentially they may diverge the pc build from the console version (i think Cities Skylines does that?). GLA
ck1111: Mark 4231, where next indeed. As previously discussed, Paradox is a good benchmark of where FDEV could go. They have a market cap of ~£2bn compared to ~£700m for FDEV. That is a share price of £50 - and I have to pinch myself. It is worth having a look at the Paradox chart to see how the market reacted to it.
mark4231: I don't really understand "we're concerned rapid market growth in recent years will soon stagnate as a big rise in development costs takes a bite out of earnings". With the rise in development comes more games and therefore more earnings?! As for the strategy, when FDEV relied on the "comfortable nature of royalty revenues" the share price was below £2. Then they decided to go with their current strategy and now have a share price above £17. With the risk has come the reward already. Now for the longer term FDEV need to keep releasing well received games and therein does lie some risk as the games market is a fickle one. However, for JWE at least that risk has mostly dissipated already with the great reception to the information revealed about the game so far and what we can discern from pre-orders. The only risk that remains with, that I see, is that they launch a bug ridden mess but I would expect them to delay the release in that case and as there are only 2.5 weeks left to release I think that is unlikely now - their marketing seems to be full steam ahead at the moment.
mark4231: Who knows what the share price is going to do. It did pull back from the last two big spikes (Tencent investment and JWE announcement) before eventually spiking up again to new highs - and could well do now - but we'll see. However, in 3 weeks JWE is released and then we might hear some sales figures and also an announcement of the next franchise. I'm very optimistic we'll be quite a bit higher in a few months. Personally trading in and out of a share always ends up badly for me so I have just held on tight to my FDEV shares through the ups and downs. I will review where we're at over the summer, I'll probably offload some once the sales of JWE and the new franchise is clearer - it's just the tax man is rubbing his hands in glee and sadly I didn't put my FDEV investment in an ISA. :-(
hpcg: nimbo - yes, way less risky now. This was inevitably the case IMO, I think I wrote as such. The share price at the beginning of the year, having risen considerably, necessarily discounts something bad happening at the last minute. As time to release grows nearer, and fewer bad things can happen anticipation grows. As we have seen people are now factoring better than anticipated results into the share price given the pre-sales evidence.
mark4231: I agree nimbo, I'm glad I'm not the only one exited! I really didn't expect the pre-order to be on page 1 of the top seller list until maybe the week before release. Instead, it has consistently been there for the last week now and we still have just under 5 weeks to go to release. The response on social media etc has been great and I'm sure there is still a lot more for FDEV to reveal in the coming weeks building up the hype even more. I think it's going to do way better than Planet Coaster (that did just fine) and in addition JWE is available on PS4 and Xbox One too. Plus, we've got the announcement of the next franchise still to come too of course. From what I recall the FDEV share price was pretty flat up to the release of Planet Coaster and then took off about 2 weeks after release - it seems to have started earlier this time around. I'm also looking forward to playing the game. It's not my sort of thing really but it looks like loads of fun.
mark4231: I'm surprised that the very positive reaction to the first videos of JWE a couple of weeks ago haven't caused a noticeable increase in the share price. Or, maybe people think it is priced in from the rise on the JWE announcement last summer. Or, those with enough money to invest to cause a noticeable share price change don't go around browsing gaming forums.
mark4231: It doesn't take much for the FDEV share price to move up or down significantly. I assume the buying today is in anticipation of the flood of news expected a week from today regarding JWE.
culford: PC is having a Steam good winter sale, consistently in the top 5 and often 2nd as now. This is the biggest period of volume sales in the year and to be in this position whilst only discounted by 15% (most games are 33%-67% discounted) is very encouraging. PC is starting its 6th week of full release and it has probably sold 1/2 million games already. Frontier's previous game in this genre, RCT3, sold >10m units. The market is now much bigger and with such a positive reception (reviews >90% positive), it would be surprising if PC did not follow suit. There will also be paid for DLCs to follow as this game is developed over the next 5 or so years. If one took this franchise on its own and assumed, with DLCs, that it generates £30 each over 10m purchasers (core game's price will probably reduce to c£15 in due course), then that is £300m gross, or c£150m net after VAT and distribution costs. That is 50% more than the market value of FDEV, which also has Elite Dangerous (perhaps of similar value over a longer period), £10m in cash, an experienced management team and skilled workforce, the unique Cobra software and many more games to come!! In other words, PC on its own probably warrants a FDEV share price of 450p and the other assets the same again. Not sure what Bamboo thinks of chart now, but this has plenty more upside in 2017 if underlying value is now c900p.
Frontier Dev share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange
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