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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Immotion Group. LSE:IMMO London Ordinary Share GB00BD5JRP64 ORD GBP0.00040108663
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.75p -10.17% 6.625p 187,177 15:51:54
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
6.50p 6.75p 7.375p 6.625p 7.375p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 12.9

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14/1/201912:45Will Virtual Reality give Real Profits ?203
09/11/201807:53Immotion Group PLC 269

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Immotion Group. Daily Update: Immotion Group. is listed in the Technology Hardware & Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IMMO. The last closing price for Immotion Group. was 7.38p.
Immotion Group. has a 4 week average price of 6.63p and a 12 week average price of 6.63p.
The 1 year high share price is 15.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 6.63p.
There are currently 195,351,590 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 128,459 shares. The market capitalisation of Immotion Group. is £12,942,042.84.
bennywin: Firstly, its bleeding obvious they are not going to show any profit at the moment. If and when they do, then the share price won’t be eight pence but multiples of. If they don’t , then move on and have another go, or leave the markets alone. If you are swayed by current share prices , rather than your research and convictions, then you are a mug punter. It’s a bit like not backing a horse at long odds in a race because you think the odds are too big, then backing it when it gets backed down to favourite. Baa baa !
bushranger: Bennywin - I have never once said that the business is a failure! Only reading my posts with preconcieved prejudice would come to that conclusion. Bluechimp1 - part of my reason for selling in the 11s was purely risk management as the price was dropping. Also at the time company RNSs seemed to emphasise REVENUE rather than PROFIT. That may turn around as the business grows and becomes more established. I decided to sit on the sidelines and wait for signs that the company produced more than great footfall and revenue. I am not trying to put anyone off investing here. The reason for coming back to this BB is because I am still intrigued and am keeping an eye on IMMO. It not a well known stock and may present a good investment should next updates show significant growth, however my eye will be on profit and free cash flow...that's the way the markets are heading. Gone are the last few years where a 'story' is enough to lift a share price.
bluechimp1: Bushranger - what caused you to change your mind? I can't see that there's been any news since the float that would cause such a change in heart. The business model remains unchanged. Sure the share price has dropped, but that's not altogether unexpected from many floats.
yump: Thanks for the link. It does seem odd that people are willing to invest in hopeful stuff to do with all sorts of tech, where the supplying business is several steps removed from the final customer, and yet haven't been able to visualise the shopping centre equivalent of Hollywood Bowl, except the centre is a mix of retail and pretty much every other sort of entertainment you can think of. If it is going to take place, then businesses like this and the very depressed (share price wise) INTU may be at the low point. It may be that INTU is going to have a painful time, as they can't just replace retailers that tank quickly with alternatives, but they are going to (have to) be very open to trying experiences like IMMO, which hopefully means businesses like IMMO are in a good negotiating position for space.
yump: bushranger They won't be talking about profits for at least a year - that was very obvious, so I don't know what you expected ? other than hoping for exciting share price rises just based on it being VR, which was unlikely to happen in this market. There also appears to be a consistent seller, but not in any significant £amounts. Could be someone who got shares cheap and has lost interest. The crucial stage will be when they post the next lot of results, when you'll be able to see the rate of revenue increase and the admin. costs and then make some assessment of when/if profits are going to appear. Then if revenue is rising rapidly, there is the possibility I think in this space of acquisition by some other company. At the moment, having stalled a bit with home based VR, the jury is out on location based VR, but if these early businesses start jumping revenue, a lot more notice will be taken. As bennywin says, this could become a cash cow and if you look at the strategy, the other question is how long would that last ? I think if its generating earnings for the places where its installed, they won't be kicking it out any time soon. So that leaves the question of repeat customers, for which the only example that has existed for any length of time is Bristol.
yump: I think the jump in revenue when next results come out will generate interest a lot earlier than a few years. Jumps in revenue tend to get extrapolated by people who then look ahead a few years, which completely changes the share price behaviour.
imperial3: According to ADVFN, 2 x 250000 trades at 9.6? Look like sells to me.Not seen that size before.No impact on the share price today.
martywidget: Immotion Group PLC Business Update 08/11/2018 7:00am
imperial3: The number of shares sold on a regular basis has been small.However,these persistent small trades have been enough to trigger off a falling share price in the past few months.
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