Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Jackpotjoy LSE:JPJ London Ordinary Share GB00BZ14BX56 ORD GBP0.10
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +22.50p +3.00% 773.50p 770.50p 776.00p 776.00p 746.00p 746.00p 91,282 16:35:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 269.0 -40.7 -57.0 - 571.12

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22/8/2017
10:10
Jackpotjoy PLC logoInvestment analysts at Berenberg Bank began coverage on shares of Jackpotjoy PLC (LON:JPJ) in a note issued to investors on Monday. The brokerage set a “buy” rating and a GBX 1,000 price target on the stock. Berenberg Bank’s target price would suggest a potential upside of 35.50% from the company’s previous close.
twistednik
18/8/2017
14:53
Good volume and price up again ... looks like the breakout is being sustained and supported by institutional investors. Surprised this isn't on more people's radars!
twistednik
17/8/2017
09:53
No problem KKD! Volume has ticked up and positive momentum on the breakout. I'm looking at a short-term trading play on this one. Too many other attractive businesses to put money in for the longer-term ;)
twistednik
17/8/2017
08:33
not all nik....appreciate your answer!
king kong dong
16/8/2017
22:50
Looks like A classic cup and handle on the chart now. Will be interesting to see if it can continue its rise tomorrow.
twistednik
16/8/2017
13:54
It's held at 680p on the chart. Some massive volumes (200k buy) just gone through so looks like someone is accumulating large volumes. My guess is the institutional guys are making their move...
twistednik
15/8/2017
09:52
Now that we've seen the business break-out of its consolidation phase on the chart, let's see the reactions from the market following the earnings call later. If it holds its gains over the next day or two, I can see this rallying higher.
twistednik
15/8/2017
08:09
The three big items that reconcile are amortisation of £30m, interest of £22.6m and "fair value adjustments on contingent consideration" of £14.7m. But if I recollect, the amortisation is perfectly fair because they have only acquired the brands for a limited time and they are owned by someone else?
jaknife
15/8/2017
07:35
Just been reading the RNS. Firstly, I am not claiming to know this business / company inside out. However, would it be fair to say that there seem to be some interesting accounting going on here? A net loss of £20m (under IFRS) transforms into adjusted EBITDA of £59m. I know they all do it, but that is some swing. Perhaps it is tied into the major acquisition they made of the Spanish business. This is how: Adjusted net income, as defined by the Group, means net income plus or minus items of note that management may reasonably quantify and believes will provide the reader with a better understanding of the Group's underlying business performance. Adjusted net income is calculated by adjusting net income for accretion, amortisation of acquisition related purchase price intangibles and non-compete clauses, share-based compensation, Independent Committee related expenses, severance costs, loss/(gain) on cross currency swap, fair value adjustments on contingent consideration, transaction related costs, foreign exchange, and gain on sale of intangible assets. The exclusion of accretion and share-based compensation eliminates the non-cash impact and the exclusion of amortisation of acquisition related purchase price intangibles and non-compete clauses, Independent Committee related expenses, severance costs, loss/(gain) on cross currency swap, fair value adjustments on contingent consideration, transaction related costs, foreign exchange, and gain on sale of intangible assets eliminates items which management believes are non-operational and non-routine. Adjusted net income is considered by some investors and analysts for the purpose of assisting in valuing a company. Adjusted EBITDA, as defined by the Group, is income before interest expense (net of interest income), income taxes, amortisation and depreciation, share-based compensation, Independent Committee related expenses, severance costs, loss/(gain) on cross currency swap, fair value adjustments on contingent consideration, transaction related costs, foreign exchange, and gain on sale of intangible assets. Management believes that Adjusted EBITDA is another important indicator of the issuer's ability to generate liquidity to service outstanding debt and fund acquisition earn-out payments and uses this metric for such purpose. The exclusion of share-based compensation eliminates non-cash items and the exclusion of Independent Committee related expenses, loss/(gain) on cross currency swap, fair value adjustments on contingent consideration, transaction related costs, foreign exchange, and gain on sale of intangible assets eliminates items which management believes are non-operational and non-routine.
king kong dong
14/8/2017
18:05
RNS due shortly ? Be interesting to see the news...
twistednik
27/6/2017
18:54
there were 12 reported trades with size >=100k - the largest 477k. So roughly 80% of volume today came from 12 prints (including all double counting). Lets see what RNS brings tomorrow AM
actofwill
27/6/2017
17:52
What was most interesting was the fact that there were so many trades towards the end of the day. 141 trades up for the first 8 hours until 4pm. But then 307 trades for the last half hour and the after hours prints. So activity really picked up significantly after 4pm. Some chunky volume went through too.
x54v
27/6/2017
16:45
Or was it Jim Lemon.. oops Mellon? Clearly he does not know what he is talking about: "...but one with mostly continental operations"
actofwill
27/6/2017
16:41
Yes was watching that - Bloomberg says volume is +3m, daily average is around 300k. So either a large buyer, a rumour I don't know of or some algo buying since it crossed into an all time high?
actofwill
27/6/2017
16:28
Quite a frenzy of buying going into the close by the looks of it.
x54v
27/6/2017
16:15
Jim Mellon likes these it seems: "Jackpot Joy (LON:JPJ), a UK listed company, but one with mostly continental operations, looks very cheap, at only 5 or 6 times earnings, and with stable projected growth in earnings, as well as strong cash generation of over £100m a year." Https://masterinvestor.co.uk/economics/mellon-markets-times-changin
x54v
22/6/2017
14:09
Great news today with earn-out paid out from own cash resources. Market is warming up to the name slowly...
actofwill
17/5/2017
08:27
Insider buy today from CEO
actofwill
16/5/2017
16:02
Good overview: http://www.edisoninvestmentresearch.com/research/report/jackpotjoy-plc2/full
actofwill
16/5/2017
14:47
Excellent quarter: record breaking revenue in all major segments. http://www.jackpotjoyplc.com/media/1208/jackpotjoy_q1results_16may2017_presentation.pdf
actofwill
12/5/2017
12:29
Most eclectic of that list is HG Vora Capital Management - savvy special sits shop with a good track record taking concentrated bets. UBS is hedging out Paulson & Co is my best guess as Paulson took a position via equity swap - however both get reported so a bit of double counting there. It shows that smart money is piling in now whilst it's cheap. They (and I) will then hand over their holdings at "full" price to the passive money UK pensions/incos/AMs that would like to see the dividends to be initiated first - in order for their brains to be able to easily compare it to the mainstay UK bookies and then say "it trades at a 5% discount to peers .. hmm lets buy" - rather than the absolute 50% discount it trades at now.... (with some risk etc. see above, DYOR)
actofwill
12/5/2017
11:12
Major Holdings according to latest TR1 Notifications are: Intertain Jersey 24% (-2%) UBS 7,08% (+1,08%) Odey Capital 5% Paulson & Co 5,43% (+0,43%) HG Vora Master Fund 7,1% (+1,7%) Abberton Capital 3% Total major holdings 51,64% including Intertain Jersey What does these major buy indicate - probably that funds and institutional owners want to hold JPJ long term because of it's low value. The drawback is that the free float decreases.
3moneymaker
11/5/2017
22:45
UBS buying, good stuff!
tomstone12
09/4/2017
22:54
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