Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
The Mission Marketing Group LSE:TMMG London Ordinary Share GB00B11FD453 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +4.50p +9.00% 54.50p 53.00p 56.00p 55.25p 51.00p 51.00p 327,838 14:00:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 146.9 5.8 5.3 10.3 45.45

Mission Marketing Group Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/9/2018
13:50
Dividend up 27% that was nice.
montyhedge
19/9/2018
12:52
redhsed, I agree mate, but the moves above 50p IMO suggest people may be giving the management/board the benefit of the doubt now after more RNSs that deliver what they say they will deliver. The credibility gap has narrowed IMO and so put it on a p/e of say 10 and 80P + is a starter for ten....DYOR
qs99
19/9/2018
12:48
Me and you redshed. Having said that I am almost exactly up 100% on my original purchase, bit more once the divs are added in. At somepoint this get on to a more realistically PE - but I think I say this every time the results/updates come out.
dr biotech
19/9/2018
12:16
red This will be taken out.
montyhedge
19/9/2018
12:15
QS99 - don't get too excited. The conclusion and pros and cons on the Eddison note is a copy and paste from the previous 10 notes on the same subject. I.e. they have been on a 'deep discount compared to their peers for as long as day has followed night :-) I have held this share for so long with so many false starts it has broken me!! But, one can't be too upset as I am in profit...small mercies!! I continue to hold as like many I expect a re-rate at some point. But I've expected said re-rate for about 5 years so anytime this century is fine!! Maybe this time..... :-)
red_shed2000
19/9/2018
12:13
Come on Sorrell run your slide rule over this company, 100p would secure.
montyhedge
19/9/2018
12:11
It's always the way with companies like this. Creston was the same, before it was taken out at a more sensible PE. The business is solid IMO and deserves a better rating, which will either come from a buy out or from a good long slog of a hold. I'm more than happy to hang on for either!
funkmasterp12
19/9/2018
11:55
Great thanks, really interesting. Eddison basically saying why are TMMG on a p/e of c.5 when competitors on nearer 12....DYOR but therein lies the opportunity I suppose!
qs99
19/9/2018
11:54
Edison got their update out. https://www.edisoninvestmentresearch.com/research/report/the-mission-marketing-group355467/full/ Forecast divi for 2018 probably understated, always find this very sloppy from analysts.
jeff h
19/9/2018
11:49
Agreed. The EV/EBITDA basis and successful integration of recent acquisitions and start ups now making money bode well IMO....DYOR but hopefully we will see the back of 60p shortly....
qs99
19/9/2018
11:41
Looking at this company I think could be a nice fit for Sorrells S4, new company. These on fundamentals look good value anyway.
montyhedge
19/9/2018
11:35
thanks Dave. Any other views on the outlook?
qs99
19/9/2018
09:56
hTTp://www.themission.co.uk/investors/results-centre
davebowler
19/9/2018
09:56
With c.£50m of EV and EBITDA approaching £10m IMO for the full year (sound about right? Can't see any broker notes at the moment), then it doesn't look expensive at all. Yes you have the c.£11m of acquisition liabilities but they are dependent on future performance as well? With higher share price and good cash generation, IMO this should allow further share price appreciation on settling those obligations....decent uplift in a small divi helps. having seen HNT move from 30-£1.10 over the last few years, no reason TMMG can;t chug along further is there? DYOR
qs99
19/9/2018
07:58
Frabjous: Origin 1871: coined by Lewis Carroll in Through the Looking Glass, apparently to suggest fair and joyous.
bbluesky
19/9/2018
07:39
Good numbers.... Got to say, I still don't see the problem with the balance sheet but we've had that debate!! Good luck whether you're in or out!
red_shed2000
19/9/2018
07:34
Yes your right. Frabjous is that a word, lol.
montyhedge
19/9/2018
07:32
Pretty good results, I still think it's the balance sheet holding this back.
arthur_lame_stocks
19/9/2018
07:15
What’s the forward PE here going to be? 7 or 8 if you include debt. Would be nice to finally get a valuation similar to its peer group
dr biotech
19/9/2018
07:10
"Frabjously optimistic" - what a great phrase!Good numbers, big dividend increase.
funkmasterp12
14/9/2018
13:50
I see Derriston Sorells new agency shell back today.
montyhedge
14/9/2018
13:22
Whether this becomes a financial success remains to be seen but certainly interesting to watch its progress:- Http://www.edp24.co.uk/business/pathfindr-outgrow-offices-expansion-technology-firm-1-5692924
jeff h
13/9/2018
22:29
Very much agree that it's performance dependent, but looking at the price paid for some of the businesses, my strong feeling is that much of it will have a lowish hurdle Btw need to add the maximum +£12.5m from Krow
pireric
13/9/2018
22:11
Pirec/ALS Thanks for you comments!! I slightly disagree (respectfully). From the last financial results: The Group's acquisition obligations at the end of 2017 were £7.2m (2016: 4.7m). Virtually all of this is dependent on post-acquisition earn-out profits, some to the end of 2020. £1.8m is expected to fall due for payment in cash within 12 months and a further £2.6m in cash in the subsequent 12 months. The Directors believe that the strength of the Group's cash generation can comfortably accommodate these obligations alongside the Group's commitments to capital expenditure and dividend payments. So 1.8m next year BUT it's dependant on earn out and therefore if there is a downturn then the vast majority isn't payable. Looks to me they are getting good deals on initial cash payable then incentivising existing management to perform, often in the long term, to earn the real money. However, mission own the company at this point so the performance is paying for the obligations - so win win? So if the company does well, they have the cash to pay - no problem. If there's a downturn then net debt is the net debt as it stands - and once again they are not that leveraged in the grand scheme of things (pending utter disaster where no one is safe!) Just my opinion and maybe yours differs, but that's what makes the markets! All the best. Red
red_shed2000
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