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Live Company Group Plc LSE:LVCG London Ordinary Share GB00BGSGT481 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 7.75 17,458 07:44:58
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
7.50 8.00 7.75 7.75 7.75
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 5.45 -1.84 -3.10 7
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:36:00 O 12,458 7.77 GBX

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19/10/202020:24Live Company Group PLC1,276
21/10/201913:46Interview with Live Company Group2
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20/10/2020
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 7.75p.
Live Company Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 7.50p and a 12 week average price of 7.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 56p while the 1 year low share price is currently 7.50p.
There are currently 89,328,544 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 53,442 shares. The market capitalisation of Live Company Group Plc is £6,922,962.16.
12/10/2020
18:36
jason_scrap: "We can see from the most recent balance sheet that Live Company Group had liabilities of UK£5.09m falling due within a year, and liabilities of UK£978.0k due beyond that. Offsetting these obligations, it had cash of UK£88.2k as well as receivables valued at UK£1.06m due within 12 months. So its liabilities total UK£4.92m more than the combination of its cash and short-term receivables.This deficit is considerable relative to its market capitalization of UK£7.15m, so it does suggest shareholders should keep an eye on Live Company Group's use of debt. Should its lenders demand that it shore up the balance sheet, shareholders would likely face severe dilution."https://simplywall-st.cdn.ampproject.org/v/s/simplywall.st/stocks/gb/media/aim-lvcg/live-company-group-shares/news/is-live-company-group-lonlvcg-using-too-much-debt/amp/?amp_js_v=a6&_gsa=1&usqp=mq331AQHKAFQCrABIA%3D%3D#aoh=16025238488929&referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com&_tf=From%20%251%24s&share=https%3A%2F%2Fsimplywall.st%2Fstocks%2Fgb%2Fmedia%2Faim-lvcg%2Flive-company-group-shares%2Fnews%2Fis-live-company-group-lonlvcg-using-too-much-debt%2F
07/10/2020
14:17
lewaus97: Newsletter looks good. Have a feeling nothing is happening to this share price until financials are improved. Stale at this price for now.
06/10/2020
12:35
jusjusjus: Latest newsletter... http://www.livecompanygroup.com/downloads/LVCG%20Newsletter%20Oct%202020.pdf
24/9/2020
08:03
stocktrend2: Very significant rns out judt now #LVCG Time to load up RNS today indicating that the large seller is now out! #LVCG free to move with RF out recently too replaced by Close Bros Let's see if momentum gathers as the tightly held stock needs to be freed up by the mm's, they no longer have a steady easy stream!
23/9/2020
15:54
lewaus97: Not sure mate unless it's the shared lvcg brought back
12/8/2020
20:36
lewaus97: Price is stale at the moment! What do we need to see an increase in the share price?
14/6/2020
21:04
mcfly79: I've been watching LVCG for a long time and have bought in the last few weeks.I like the business model of the touring assets and the figures look very good over the next few years.As has been mentioned the touring assets create very high margin revenue and have a very long life. They also have a very short pay back period of under a year and in some cases shorter. As mentioned, one tour paid back in 6 months.I'd highly recommend potential investors listen to the video interview David did on the share-prophets conference in May - very frank and lots of great information. I think the videos are available until Christmas for a £10 entry fee.The company has aggressively cut costs (not just furloughing workers but making material permanent long term cost savings).He still expects to be profitable this year - with EBITDA ahead of last year.Things will be back on track in 2021 (although some knock on impact from this year).Before Covid, Shard we're forecasting £2.8m EBITDA for 2021. I'm thinking this may now come in about £2m.That already makes the market cap of £12m look cheap, but I think 2022 will come in much stronger still. David expect EBITDA to come in equal to, or higher than, forecast for 2022 (helped by the permanent costs savings). I don't think there is a 2022 forecast in the market but given the 2021 forecast was £2.8m I'm hoping for over £4m for 2022.At that point there will also be large free cash flow, having invested over the previous years in building up the touring assets. I'm hoping the market cap can get back to a £40m valuation over the next two year (50p share price).
02/2/2020
19:56
stocktrend2: Shares..........that is the message that came out of the Wembley event last Friday (17th) IMO this has been very oversold, an emerging profitable company with a maiden profit should have generated more positive interest in the market. Sadly, the RNS last Friday leaned towards this missed target of 700k from the broker note stating 1.1m. Which at the end of the day was the broker assessment, the company actually never gave a number, yes they have endorsed the 1.1m since it was reported in the broker note. The focus should have been geared towards the maiden profit, with a message about why it didn't reach the 1.1m and then the rest of the news should have been packaged up in a few other RNS on the same day. There is one trading week left before the tax deadline which means the BB directors who could and possibly have sold in the last 6 or 7 weeks will cease. Albeit, it does look like the director sells have dried up, the few pence drop this week has been a result of a couple of % on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday with flat days being Wednesday and Friday. 17m mcap for a company like LVCG with the BB acquisition, fully funded to virtually double the touring sets, build NKD sets and new Peppa pig models and so on, puts them in a very healthy position for the start of 2020. I suspect with DC being in Tokyo and Seoul this week we will likely hear of some more deals done for 2020 very soon. Operationally, financially and fundamentally LVCG is in a very strong position, a compelling case to buy far outweighs any reason to sell shares right now. This could double in no time from 21.5p and maybe we see a steady rise up to the summer months to give the share price a healthy outlook for 2020. At the end of the day 61m shares are not in public hands, held by DC, directors and so on, that leaves 18m shares that can be traded on the open market (in theory). The twitter group that has many loyal and long term holders must hold 5 - 8m shares in total, probably more. There will come a point where the tightly coiled spring will just not coil any more and the rise will happen. It is not a lot of shares in issue for the reverse to be just as dominant as the decline. The bottom is very hard to call but with recent news, the end of January coming ever closer, £3m of revenue booked for 2020 already, new deals to announce, IP's to announce and current IP models and sets to build and rent out, it really wont be long until the sentiment returns and the share price will react very positively. This is one that will be easy to make money on given the drop from 70's and with all the fundamentals driving the growth in this unique company.
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
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?
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