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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Live Company Group Plc LSE:LVCG London Ordinary Share GB00BGSGT481 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.63 11.4% 15.875 237,383 12:40:46
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
15.75 16.00 16.00 14.25 14.25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 5.35 -2.61 -4.70 12
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09/4/2020
09:20
Live Daily Update: Live Company Group Plc is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker LVCG. The last closing price for Live was 14.25p.
Live Company Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 10.25p and a 12 week average price of 10.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 72.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 10.25p.
There are currently 72,833,752 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 48,755 shares. The market capitalisation of Live Company Group Plc is £11,562,358.13.
02/2/2020
19:59
stocktrend2: That is a very strong interview.....you can hear the passion in his voice! This is an absolute steal at this level. The key that the market is missing is that they are now profitable, they are "BUILDING" and once "BUILT" (meaning models, tours and shows etc) they are then available for 12 + 15 + years to rent out, the accumulative value of each model and set is very generous over time. DC also says that they are committed to build, they could get to a point and stop and then rent out the models and sets and bring in the profits, but the commitment to continue building means that there is much more future growth and revenue stream. Very attractive business in the entertainment sector! It is a matter of time before the shackles are off and LVCG's share price will also grow and grow!
20/1/2020
14:57
stocktrend2: That is a very strong interview.....you can hear the passion in his voice! This is an absolute steal at this level. The key that the market is missing is that they are now profitable, they are "BUILDING" and once "BUILT" (meaning models, tours and shows etc) they are then available for 12 + 15 + years to rent out, the accumulative value of each model and set is very generous over time. DC also says that they are committed to build, they could get to a point and stop and then rent out the models and sets and bring in the profits, but the commitment to continue building means that there is much more future growth and revenue stream. Very attractive business in the entertainment sector! It is a matter of time before the shackles are off and LVCG's share price will also grow and grow!
12/12/2019
07:09
carcosa: Just a reminder that the Outstanding Balance due under the Riverfront facility is due for payment by 13 December 2019. If that gets missed tnen in theory they will be granted a conversion notice for 90% of the lowest 10 day average share price to be exercised by May 2020. As I think I mentioned before, why would a finance institution be in the least bit interested in owning an equity stake? They would, I believe, much prefer to get their cash at that time instead. So either an immediate placing is necessary, or directors dig into their own pockets (but they don't seem to have this sort of cash lying around) or they arrange even more onerous re-financing or any 'theoretical' profits next year go toward paying off the debt. Originally in Oct 2017 the agreement provided GBP1m with an interest payment of 9% (plus some other start costs). The period was for one year and a payment to be made monthly commencing on the fourth month of the loan. The final month payment would be for GBP350,000. In actual fact 13 months down the line they actually owed GBP704,250. Doing some simple maths the original agreement implied a payment schedule of GBP72k/month but at best they actually achieved, on average, GBP29k/month. If Riverfront took their payment in shares that would represent (at current valuations and adjusting for additional interest and share price 90% around 4% of the market cap. But then they would have to sell those shares so not only would an overhang be created but I suspect they would also expect some element of guarantee that they would be awarded options so as not to dilute their holdings. Becomes very messy if they go that route. Anyway, see if LVCG issue an RNS tomorrow/Monday.Whatever RNS they issue it will not be good for the share price
25/11/2019
21:02
gingernut1: Mate you are a serial misleader on this board, waffling about fantasy placings, claiming the cash was going down, when it was going up, that the new NED didn’t pay for his shares and that the delay in settling the consideration was because they were not keen to receive in new shares (a claim made on 8 Nov). Yet the company were clear since Sep that this would be settled in shares. Those terms were settled on the anniversary of the consideration in October and DC confirmed today that the reason for delay was down to the Nickelodeon Global deal having to be announced first. So that’s just another confirmation by the company of the false information you have been sprouting. Time to get out of your bedroom a bit more. Try opening the window during the day you will find it’s daylight outside. Taking today’s news, the total consideration paid for Brightbricks purchase was £8.76 million, slightly more than the £8.5 million that was originally intended. Given that at the last audit they had over £8.9m in stock, that was a pretty good price to aquire one of the worlds largest and best brick builders. Mate I’m all for having a good discussion and looking at the bear as well as the bull case on lvcg, but you openly admit that you are not invested, and have been shown to post false information (and don’t think that putting a question mark after the false information somehow makes it ok). Your arguments are not even particularly good, mainly turning up when the share price goes down and saying that you have a grudge against the Chairman over 5 years ago. Time to get out of your bedroom a bit more. Try opening the window during the day you will find it’s daylight outside.
25/11/2019
08:09
carcosa: http://bit.ly/2rn8SqO So finally, after quite a delay, LVCG admit they have no cash to pay the deferred consideration of GBP0.833m instead, they have to issue more shares. But not only that, they have to issue around 47% more shares than had they done so at the time of the acquisition. Unfortunately for the vendors the share price has already moved against them so instead of receiving the full consideration in cash they get less than the value of the consideration in shares. What is even worse is that the company cannot even afford the poultry sum of paying additional accrued fees, aka salary, to three individuals but have to settle these in shares too! To be fair though, its interesting they waited until the share price was very low before taking the decision to get paid in shares. That stinks to existing shareholders. And to heap even more downside on the share price there has now been an overhang created in the share price because they vendors have to sell a boat load of shares by end January to settle their tax bills arising from the issuance of new shares. And who is to say they won't stop there? So all this talk about revenue is inconsequential. If the business had any legs they would have done a placing to raise the cash plus working capital but that did not happen did it?
13/11/2019
13:51
jaknife: "The broker’s note was pretty clear on their valuation made when the price was above 70p." There is no point listening to brokers who are paid by the client to say positive things about the client. The question is whether or not you can make up your own mind and reconcile the numbers that you think are right with the current market cap of £28m. For example, even *IF* you think that your numbers are correct of: Turnover £6.555m EBITDA £1.108m Then that puts the business on a forward price to sales ratio of 4.3 and a forward EV to EBITDA of 25!!!! LVCG's industry peer group trades on a PSR of between 0.5 to 2 and an average EV/EBITDA of about 8.3, Thus LVCG is easily about 3 times too high a price. If the share price fell by 66% then it would be trading on similar multiples to the rest of the market and hence would be the right price according to YOUR (broker's) forecasts. And FWIW, my personal forecasts are lower. If you listen then in time you might learn. But you will learn nothing by listening to brokers who are paid by the company to say nice things about the company. They are not paid to tell you cold hard truths. JakNife
09/11/2019
13:32
gingernut1: There’s nothing false about the info I’m posting mate, either about you or lvcg. Anyone actually invested can find the info for themselves. The only thing they need to be wary of is the desperate jibberish you keep posting. IG has a couple of short positions open, it’s pretty obvious who holds them, but anyone opening a short position at the low point in a share price cycle is pretty dense as you have already shown. And if you are working on behalf of someone else who is trying to drive the price down then I hope they get their money back as you are not the sharpest tool in the box. Lvcg has gone from strength to strength over the last 2 years and has reached the point of being able to host 6 simultaneous events around the globe. It’s signed partnership and IP deals with world class companies like nickelodeon. And it’s poised to hit its financial targets and make a maiden profit this year. Turnover £6.555m a 23% increase Gross Profit £4.235m with a 64.6% gross margin EBITDA £1.108m Operating Profit £0.538m Beyond that, with over 850 models and 16 touring sets already built and paid for, the profit will keep layering up from here. Anyone listening to the Chairman on the last podcast will hear that they are going to increase exponentially next year.
18/10/2019
08:32
carcosa: Seems as though those Vendors are not so stupid. They have LVCG over a barrel. As I and others have stated the company has no cash. Indeed they are relying on director loans, stopping taking cash out of the company against personal property rents.. Having orders and revenues does not translate into hard cash for now. They have, at best, to get to the end of the year before making headway In an earlier post when the HY results were issued I said "..certainly explains why the deferred consideration will be paid by shares (almost certainly at a discount). A further fund raise at this stage would trash the share price so if the H2 performance materialises then, with a hopefully higher share price, a fund raise will be on the cards when the prelims are issued." So now, the vendors have seemingly told LVCG they want cash because LVCG shares are worth nothing like the current share price so LVCG have the following options: 1) Raise further cash. At what discount to the share price and how much dilution? 2) Do a placing aka Directors selling shares to pay the vendors in cash. 3) Management coming up with some sort of guarantee that the Vendors interest in shares will be protected, say until H1 next year - Not sure that would be legal 4) Take on more debt to pay the Vendors; but will cashflows support the financing? 5) Renegotiate the deferred consideration to include more shares at a later date (would the vendors trust management can deliver??) 6) Convince vendors that by year end they will have the cash to get paid Option 6 seems the most practical, supported with Director loans if necessary. What does seem apparent is that retail investors have failed to recognise the near term risks and are focusing on the longer term outcome. That's all well and good if you trust management.
04/10/2019
13:30
gingernut1: Page 49 of the brokers note highlights them pretty well, which you would know if you did any actual research instead of bringing your 3 year old grudge onto a public bulletin board. Valuation conclusion On the basis of our compco valuation analysis, we believe an appropriate valuation range on a one year view for Live Company is 73p – 89p. The lower end of this range is based on the average of the FY21E implied valuations, including the drag effect of the EV/sales metric. This underpins the shares and their future prospects on a similar relative valuation to the compco group, and suggests downside risk should be limited from their current trading level. The top end of our valuation range is pitched at the upper end of the FY21E valuations. We believe that newsflow on new business gains, with existing or new clients, will be viewed positively by the market, as it will increase investor confidence and reduce perceived risk relative to future earning s. This in turn could push the shares towards or indeed through the 100p level, reflecting the valuations implied by the application of the FY21E metrics of our selected high growth compco sub-group. Conversely, negative newsflow could have an adverse impact on sentiment and share price with downside risk below our valuation range. For emphasis “downside risk should be limited from their current trading level” which was around 65 to 70p at the time of publication. No doubt you will say its sunk since them, but part of that is down to Milton selling off their holdings across the board on AIM shares.Always one of the problems with shares that have a low free float. Equally a low free float means that this will move extremely fast when the wider market realises the incredible growth. All the long term holder have been adding to their portfolio recently as they realise that the current share price is a gift at this level. But if you don’t like the company you can always sell your shares mate. Oh wait, you haven’t got any.
02/10/2019
20:48
gingernut1: From the brokers note, issued with the share price higher than currently. “Valuation conclusion On the basis of our compco valuation analysis, we believe an appropriate valuation range on a one year view for Live Company is 73p – 89p. The lower end of this range is based on the average of the FY21E implied valuations, including the drag effect of the EV/sales metric. This underpins the shares and their future prospects on a similar relative valuation to the compco group, and suggests downside risk should be limited from their current trading level. The top end of our valuation range is pitched at the upper end of the FY21E valuations. We believe that newsflow on new business gains, with existing or new clients, will be viewed positively by the market, as it will increase investor confidence and reduce perceived risk relative to future earnings. This in turn could push the shares towards or indeed through the 100p level, reflecting the valuations implied by the application of the FY21E metrics of our selected high growth compco sub-group. Conversely, negative newsflow could have an adverse impact on sentiment and share price with downside risk below our valuation range.” And as to your comparisons with parallel media, last time I looked this was a business based on Bricklive, not Koop concerts. But good luck with your short lads.
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