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Media 10.60 2.84 0.41 17.2 57.0

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16/7/2018
09:20
Minds+Mach Daily Update: Minds+Mach is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MMX. The last closing price for Minds+Mach was 7.20p.
Minds+Mach has a 4 week average price of 6.35p and a 12 week average price of 6.35p.
The 1 year high share price is 14.38p while the 1 year low share price is currently 6.35p.
There are currently 796,556,797 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,458,130 shares. The market capitalisation of Minds+Mach is £56,953,810.99.
16/7/2018
03:19
jackson83: Calm down son 🍷... MMX has always been jam tomorrow & nothing has changed . MMX share price is low for a reason 😁
15/7/2018
03:06
jackson83: Patience needed as we await the next bit of news to lift MMX share price up a bit more .. .shopping over 700 now 👍🏿....Toby going a grand job & share price stable now
23/6/2018
11:19
hjb1: INTRODUCTION. Stuart Lawley Having joined the ranks of individual MMX shareholders today like you chaps I thought I would pop my head into this board and give you the viewpoint that I have on this company. I understand that I will likely be the largest MMX shareholder in due course with some 140MM+ shares by January. ICM has been a high margin cash producing company since inception with industry leading numbers, for its size. We first engaged with Toby back in June 2016 when he was new in the job following the recent “changing of the guard”. We saw the obvious benefits, cost savings and synergies of a merger or acquisition at that time but to be honest Toby had inherited a mess and had a huge job in front of him so we didn’t progress any detailed negotiations at the time as it was seen as too risky to insert our stable cash producing machine into the uncertainty and lack of clarity and direction that MMX had at that time. We watched from the sidelines for the next 18 months or so as Toby and Michael wrestled the business around and made some tough but very needed decision to refocus the business and trim the ridiculous costs the prior management had burdened the business with. We also saw the successful launches of some of the TLDs in the pipeline most notably .VIP and .work. ICM had in the meantime during 2017 received approaches to sell its business to other credible portfolio TLD operators of similar scale or larger than MMX in ALL CASH transactions. As a seasoned entrepreneur who has built up and exited 3 or 4 major technology businesses over 30 years and acquired almost 35 companies in “roll up” strategies in other industries I was acutely aware of the attraction of our enviable profit stream into a larger group who would also eke out further enhancements with cross fertilization offers with their other TLDs and also the cost savings to be made via elimination of the duplicated overhead. The nature of our adult related niche TLDs also meant that our company was valued at a substantial discount to a similar registry with more “mainstream221; TLDs but in truth this sort of discount was not justified but more a case of sentiment , as if you compare the names registered in our TLDs almost all of the same words/names are registered in .com, .co.uk and most other TLDs including those of the leading portfolio operators but that is a fact that no one really talks about but the names are there and registration fees are being taken annually for those names. We began negotiations with MMX in early February and both parties then carried out detailed due diligence on each other over the next several weeks as our desire was to consider a predominantly share based deal with just enough cash thrown in the settle any tax liabilities arising from the sale ( CGT roll over relief is NOT available under the US tax code sadly). We were VERY impressed in the way that Toby, Michael and the MMX advisors handled this as they asked all the right question and turned over every stone as part of the process, as, I must say, so did we in reverse. It became very clear very early on that this deal made huge sense for both parties. For MMX it gave them a reliable and predictable cash producing revenue stream with a good geographical spread and it also gave the ICM holders the chance to enhance the value of their holdings in the long term based on our observation that the MMX business was undervalued (even at 10p, although I think when we started the negotiations the shares were 8p) and that the MMX management had the chops to deliver a growing stable profitable combined business with a good dividend stream. The ICM holders had been used to multi million dollar dividend payments for several years so income was also very much in mind. I see there has been much comment about the price of the transaction and whether it was going to be altered in light of the varying share price. That misses the point entirely and was never going to be the case. I believe both parties view this as ICM being valued as a proportion of the overall value of the enlarged combined businesses. We are willingly subject to various lock in provisions and the intent of most of the ICM vendors, myself included, is to strive for long term enhancement in value as Toby and Michael deliver on the plan. It is my hope and belief that the ICM income stream added to the turn into profit of the rest of the MMX business will lead to the introduction of a healthy dividend policy before too long. I am in the same boat as the rest of the shareholder register in that regard. With regard to the strategic review from what I understand there were various offers on the table but once we entered the fray in February I believe it became very clear that integrating ICM and going on the acquisition and innovation route would be far the best way to maximize shareholder value and returns in the long run which is the duty of the directors. Again I must stress , I have been very impressed with both Toby and Michael and they are seasoned and smart business managers with no misconceptions about what needs to be done and how to do it, but combined with , particularly the case with Toby , suitable vision and the ability to look “outside the box’ in terms of innovation that many long term domain folks just don’t seem to have. Michael and Toby deserve to be commended for the steely way they have turned the business around and done so with good grace and a smile. They have also inherited some skilled senior managers from ICM who we believe will help MMX in the long term across the board. To that end 5 of them are being rewarded by the ICM vendors with 750,000 shares each out of the total consideration as a thank you and a future motivation , which helps ensure that their interests are aligned with all of ours.. Also for the record , once I was informed by the companies advisors that I was no longer an insider after the deal was announced I have been picking up shares in the market at these current super low prices. I don’t intend to visit this board very often but I did think it may be useful to clear up any confusion or misinformation about the nature or rationale of the transaction and to let you know that 225MM shares will be in the hands if the ICM vendor group whose goals and intentions are exactly aligned with the rest of you and that our view is EXTREMLY positive for the long run. Thank you for you time reading this post
23/6/2018
09:16
waterloo01: Stuart lawley post from iii. Having joined the ranks of individual MMX shareholders today like you chaps I thought I would pop my head into this board and give you the viewpoint that I have on this company. I understand that I will likely be the largest MMX shareholder in due course with some 140MM+ shares by January. ICM has been a high margin cash producing company since inception with industry leading numbers, for its size. We first engaged with Toby back in June 2016 when he was new in the job following the recent “changing of the guard”. We saw the obvious benefits, cost savings and synergies of a merger or acquisition at that time but to be honest Toby had inherited a mess and had a huge job in front of him so we didn’t progress any detailed negotiations at the time as it was seen as too risky to insert our stable cash producing machine into the uncertainty and lack of clarity and direction that MMX had at that time. We watched from the sidelines for the next 18 months or so as Toby and Michael wrestled the business around and made some tough but very needed decision to refocus the business and trim the ridiculous costs the prior management had burdened the business with. We also saw the successful launches of some of the TLDs in the pipeline most notably .VIP and .work. ICM had in the meantime during 2017 received approaches to sell its business to other credible portfolio TLD operators of similar scale or larger than MMX in ALL CASH transactions. As a seasoned entrepreneur who has built up and exited 3 or 4 major technology businesses over 30 years and acquired almost 35 companies in “roll up” strategies in other industries I was acutely aware of the attraction of our enviable profit stream into a larger group who would also eke out further enhancements with cross fertilization offers with their other TLDs and also the cost savings to be made via elimination of the duplicated overhead. The nature of our adult related niche TLDs also meant that our company was valued at a substantial discount to a similar registry with more “mainstream221; TLDs but in truth this sort of discount was not justified but more a case of sentiment , as if you compare the names registered in our TLDs almost all of the same words/names are registered in .com, .co.uk and most other TLDs including those of the leading portfolio operators but that is a fact that no one really talks about but the names are there and registration fees are being taken annually for those names. We began negotiations with MMX in early February and both parties then carried out detailed due diligence on each other over the next several weeks as our desire was to consider a predominantly share based deal with just enough cash thrown in the settle any tax liabilities arising from the sale ( CGT roll over relief is NOT available under the US tax code sadly). We were VERY impressed in the way that Toby, Michael and the MMX advisors handled this as they asked all the right questionand turned over every stone as part of the process, as, I must say, so did we in reverse. It became very clear very early on that this deal made huge sense for both parties. For MMX it gave them a reliable and predictable cash producing revenue stream with a good geographical spread and it also gave the ICM holders the chance to enhance the value of their holdings in the long term based on our observation that the MMX business was undervalued (even at 10p, although I think when we started the negotiations the shares were 8p) and that the MMX management had the chops to deliver a growing stable profitable combined business with a good dividend stream. The ICM holders had been used to multi million dollar dividend payments for several years so income was also very much in mind. I see there has been much comment about the price of the transaction and whether it was going to be altered in light of the varying share price. That misses the point entirely and was never going to be the case. I believe both parties view this as ICM being valued as a proportion of the overall value of the enlarged combined businesses. We are willingly subject to various lock in provisions and the intent of most of the ICM vendors, myself included, is to strive for long term enhancement in value as Toby and Michael deliver on the plan. It is my hope and belief that the ICM income stream added to the turn into profit of the rest of the MMX business will lead to the introduction of a healthy dividend policy before too long. I am in the same boat as the rest of the shareholder register in that regard. With regard to the strategic review from what I understand there were various offers on the table but once we entered the fray in February I believe it became very clear that integrating ICM and going on the acquisition and innovation route would be far the best way to maximize shareholder value and returns in the long run which is the duty of the directors. Again I must stress , I have been very impressed with both Toby and Michael and they are seasoned and smart business managers with no misconceptions about what needs to be done and how to do it, but combined with , particularly the case with Toby , suitable vision and the ability to look “outside the box’ in terms of innovation that many long term domain folks just don’t seem to have. Michael and Toby deserve to be commended for the steely way they have turned the business around and done so with good grace and a smile. They have also inherited some skilled senior managers from ICM who we believe will help MMX in the long term across the board. To that end 5 of them are being rewarded by the ICM vendors with 750,000 shares each out of the total consideration as a thank you and a future motivation , which helps ensure that their interests are aligned with all of ours..Also for the record , once I was informed by the companies advisors that I was no longer an insider after the deal was announced I have been picking up shares in the market at these current super low prices. I don’t intend to visit this board very often but I did think it may be useful to clear up any confusion or misinformation about the nature or rationale of the transaction and to let you know that 225MM shares will be in the hands if the ICM vendor group whose goals and intentions are exactly aligned with the rest of you and that our view is EXTREMLY positive for the long run. Thank you for you time reading this post
10/5/2018
14:51
chimers: Does this help? SIMONTHOMPSON 4:13 PM on 9/5/2018 XXXXX I think the directors have devalued their existing business markedly by making this acquisition as investors are simply not going to apply the same earnings multiple to a registry owning 'adult' TLDs. Also, fund managers may not wish to get involved with a company that makes some of its profits from adult website domains. On the financials, finnCap predict a net profit for the enlarged business of $3.2m in 2018, rising to $4.4m in 2019. Based on the enlarged and fully diluted share count the company will have 925m shares in issue. If you are willing to hold on then an exit from your holding at 10p a share implies an equity value of £92.5m less current net cash of £4.5m, and a multiple of 27 times 2019 forecast net earnings. For an annuity revenue base that has clearly been devalued by this acquisition that seems a more appropriate valuation, but not one I am comfortable covering in future given the nature of what they have acquired. Best wishes Simon jamesto210 May '18 - 14:22 - 1584 of 1586 0 0 0 So Chimers King Of XXXX porn 😜.. So where do you see MMX share price 1p - 25p in a year or so jamesto210 May '18 - 14:24 - 1585 of 1586 0 0 0 Just been offered 7.9p to sell ??? Will keep and sell at 14p ... Oversold Chimers price will rise soon jamesto210 May '18 - 14:40 - 1586 of 1586 0 0 0 Chimers in 2/3 years MMX will be 20p plus . Try getting that return in your local bank and don't forget dividends will start to be paid in 2019 💰💰💰💰.. A no brainier and I topped up again today
25/1/2018
20:16
jackson83: Chimers where do you see MMX share price going ? 1xbagger , 5xbagger or 10xbagger this year
20/9/2017
20:10
ariane: Who Are The Top Investors In Minds + Machines Group Limited (AIM:MMX)? Sebastian Eder September 21, 2017 In this analysis, my focus will be on developing a perspective on Minds + Machines Group Limited’s (AIM:MMX) latest ownership structure, a less discussed, but important factor. When it comes to ownership structure of a company, the impact has been observed in both the long-and short-term performance of shares. The effect of an active institutional investor with a similar ownership as a passive pension-fund can be vastly different on a company’s corporate governance and accountability to shareholders. While this may be more interesting for long-term investors, short-term investors can also benefit by paying attention to when these institutions trade in order to take advantage of the heightened volatility. Now I will analyze MMX’s shareholder registry in more detail. Check out our latest analysis for Minds + Machines Group AIM:MMX Ownership Summary Sep 21st 17 AIM:MMX Ownership Summary Sep 21st 17 Institutional Ownership With an institutional ownership of 52.80%, MMX can face volatile stock price movements if institutions execute block trades on the open market, more so, when there are relatively small amounts of shares available on the market to trade However, as not all institutions are alike, such high volatility events, especially in the short-term, have been more frequently linked to active market participants like hedge funds. For MMX shareholders, the potential of this type of share price volatility shouldn’t be as concerning as hedge fund ownership is is not significant,indicating few chances of such sudden price moves. While that hardly seems concerning, I will explore further into MMX’s ownership type to find out how it can affect the company’s investment profile. Insider Ownership I find insiders are another important group of stakeholders, who are directly involved in making key decisions related to the use of capital. In essence, insider ownership is more about the alignment of shareholders’ interests with the management. MMX insiders hold a not-so-significant 4.22% stake in the company, which somewhat aligns their interests with that of shareholders. However, a higher level of insider ownership has been linked to management executing on high-returning projects instead of expansion projects for the sake of apparent growth. It would also be interesting to check what insiders have been doing with their shareholding recently. Insider buying can be a positive indicator of future performance, but a selling decision can be simply driven by personal financial requirements. General Public Ownership A big stake of 42.99% in MMX is held by the general public. With this size of ownership, retail investors can collectively play a role in major company policies that affect shareholders returns, including executive remuneration and the appointment of directors. They can also exercise the power to decline an acquisition or merger that may not improve profitability. Final words MMX’s considerably high level of institutional ownership calls for further analysis into its margin of safety. This is to avoid getting trapped in a sustained sell-off that is often observed in stocks with this level of institutional participation. However, other important factors we must never forget to assess are the fundamentals. I recommend you take a look at our latest free analysis report on Minds + Machines Group to see MMX’s fundamentals and whether it could be considered an undervalued opportunity.
16/9/2017
14:51
waldron: hotaimstocks 16 Sep '17 - 14:17 - 877 of 889 0 0 A BLIND ONE LEGGED HORSE WITH NO EARS WOULD HAVE A BETTER CHANCE OF SWIMMING THE UK CHANNEL AND BACK THAN MMX SHARE PRICE TO RISE ABOVE 13p .. IN MY LIFE TIME LOL ... CHUCKLE NOW THATS ONE OF YOUR BETTER POSTS
16/9/2017
14:17
hotaimstocks: A BLIND ONE LEGGED HORSE WITH NO EARS WOULD HAVE A BETTER CHANCE OF SWIMMING THE UK CHANNEL AND BACK THAN MMX SHARE PRICE TO RISE ABOVE 13p .. IN MY LIFE TIME LOL ...
01/9/2017
19:13
waldron: hotaimstocks 1 Sep '17 - 18:55 - 5046 of 5046 0 0 I now believe me posting here is not helping and actually cause more harm than good to MMX share price SSDD MIGHT BE HOPE FOR YOU YET
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