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Mobile Streams Plc LSE:MOS London Ordinary Share GB00B0WJ3L68 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.01 -3.57% 0.27 18,956,053 15:57:21
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.26 0.28 0.28 0.27 0.28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 0.40 -1.03 -0.07 9
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:29:19 O 99,231 0.26375 GBX

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25/6/2022
09:20
Mobile Streams Daily Update: Mobile Streams Plc is listed in the Mobile Telecommunications sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MOS. The last closing price for Mobile Streams was 0.28p.
Mobile Streams Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.26p and a 12 week average price of 0.26p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.70p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.21p.
There are currently 3,285,590,326 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 55,169,981 shares. The market capitalisation of Mobile Streams Plc is £8,871,093.88.
17/6/2022
19:44
dougy1: It doesn't seem to have any figures attached to it and I suspect it's likely just a collaboration to share data and some resource rather than anything else.It's still a relatively small market audience if you think about it. Less than 1% of the global population between both parties in this agreement. MOS has agreements with companies who have 10 times that number to target and MOS has a number of those agreements. In the greater scheme of things, unless figures are made available because this agreement is of any actual value then I can see why no RNS was released.R0hini this agreement is nothing to do with MOS. Read the content you dopey git
14/6/2022
15:04
purchaseatthetop: That £250k invested in Gfinity on 15/3/22 at 1.25p per share is now looking a bit of a waste. Share price now less than 1p. Also…the 25/3/22 RNS said everything would be explained shortly. Shortly….the most dangerous word possible. Not now and not sure when.
22/5/2022
18:42
knigel: If my hobby was spending day after day posting on shares I don’t hold I would expect men in white coats to turn up. For the record I have occasionally posted on shares I currently did not hold - usually because I held/would reinvest - as for your posts - lol there are quite a few small cap shares on the market with dodgy directors or strange deals that don’t always benefit shareholders - I am in some! However if I see share price growth over the longer term I tend to ignore it.. my point? If this is your hobby - you can spend more time digging on what other companies merit closer attention re their directors instead of one or two particular non holdings that has become your obsession - and as I said earlier - it won’t effect the share price just as most ramping is in the same boat
22/5/2022
09:21
purchaseatthetop: 21/1/21 RNS: Funding The Company has cash of £1.0m, with no debt. Based on the expectations of significant growth for Streams Data and continued tight cost controls, the Company expects to reach break-even in the next financial year, and therefore these funds are expected to cover the Company's working capital requirements for the foreseeable future. 18/3/22 RNS: Operating loss for 6 months to 31/12/21 = £547k. Loss for 2021 about £1.2m. Placings totalling £3.2m. £2.2m paid to insiders. Every penny that goes into this company goes out. Mostly to insiders. There is no evidence of actual net revenue growth. Look at 13/1/22 RNS for the IGS deal (though nobody can actually find IGS doing anything): "Under the terms of the contract, IGS has committed to deliver minimum revenue to MOS of US$720,000 over the first six months, a portion of which will be paid to IGS and MOS will fund modest start-up costs." Everybody jumped up and down clapping "$120K a month!!!". Except of course that is top line figures. What is this "portion" to be paid to IGS? 10% or 95%? What are these "modest" start up costs? If, for example, MOS only get 10% of the income and have $50k start up costs then they are losing net income. What are the contractual penalties for not delivering the $120k per month? If nil, then the contract is pointless.
22/5/2022
08:01
purchaseatthetop: Well....filter me and that is the problem solved. You clearly seem to have no problem with the BoD lining their pockets at the expense of the PIs. Lets see how it works... 18/3/21 Major contract win with Quantas RNS - spikes share price 22/3/21 Placing of £2m announced 25/3/21 Purchase of 50% of Krunchdata RNSd with £500k at 0.26p shares (that will have been sold into the price spike at far higher) 31/3/21 RNS stating that actually MOS are loaning Quantas (who were dormant until a few days before) £500k that can be converted into a 4% shareholding. Engineered spike to maximise insider profits costing PIs money. 1/3/22 RNS stating monthly revenues now exceed $150k per month (gross not net of course so no idea what MOS share is) - spikes share price 1/3/22 23m 0.2p warrants excercise - sold into the spike 15/3/22 Placing of £1.2m announced for Gfinity partnership Mark Epstein, CEO Mobile Streams plc, said: "The funds raised in this placing will enable us to take advantage of significant revenue generating opportunities and help us grow the business at a faster rate. " 18/3/22 Payment of £765k for the second 50% of Krunchdata. Engineered spike to maximise insider profit costing PIs money. Every time you defend this behaviour you make yourself more ridiculous.
08/3/2022
13:25
dougy1: MOS has to act in best interest of shareholders.MOS needed tech developed by Quanta.Quanta needed moneyIf MOS didn't lend money to Quanta, Quanta wouldn't have developed what they've got, there would have been zero motivation, MOS wouldn't have had access to a fully functioning Livescores, MOS wouldn't be where they are today.MOS did lend money, Quanta did develop the app well, MOS made money, Quanta made money, MOS bought Livescores to make more money...How thick do you have to be not to get this PATT or are you again just trolling for the sake of it?I notice how huffy you get when people go on threads you actually care about and try and cause problems.
08/3/2022
07:54
purchaseatthetop: Apologies for being tardy. Just been busy elsewhere. OK...my new "weirdness".... Lets look at the 31/3/21 RNS for the Quanta £500k loan: "The Loan, which accrues interest at 5% per annum until repayment or conversion, and which is redeemable on 31 December 2022, can be converted into Ordinary Shares in QMGH ("Ordinary Shares") earlier on the following agreed basis: at a price per Ordinary Share being the lower of a) £0.07 per Ordinary Share, b) the price any other Ordinary Shares are issued prior to conversion or c) a discount of 20% to the valuation of the Ordinary Shares in connection with Admission to AIM or any other regulated market or on change of control of QMGH." Now you know I had a problem with this convertible loan. If MOS were lending money to Quanta why not just have a loan? Why this convertible one? Also, the loan automatically converts to Quanta shares on 31/12/22 if Quanta do not repay it. Which Quanta will not IMO. So it will convert at 7p to shares on 31/12/22. £500,000 at 7p per share is 7.142m shares. That is what MOS will own. So...I had a look at Quanta Media Group Holdings at Companies House: hTTps://find-and-update.company-information.service.gov.uk/company/12489763/filing-history and saw that a new Confirmation Statement had been filed on 28/2/22. How interesting. It has updates! First of all there are now over 200,000,000 shares in Quanta so the MOS shareholding for £500k of 7.142m shares will be around 3.5%. At that conversion price it values Quanta at a staggering £16m. That is overpaying gone ridiculous. Why is MOS transferring PI money to Quanta at such terrible terms? Secondly there are now a list of new shareholders in Quanta. Shareholding 2: 11235955 ORDINARY shares held as at the date of this confirmation statement Name: TIMOTHY SCOFFHAM So...Mr Scoffham, who was the luck recipient of £200k from MOS for some rights in Quanta (that reduce Quanta ability to repay the £500k loan) now has a shareholding in Quanta. He must be good. The 11/2/22 RNS says: Mark Epstein, CEO Mobile Streams, said: "We are extremely pleased to have someone's with Tim's ability on board. He has great experience in the I-gaming sector and I look forward to us working together. His significant abilities will be a big help as we continue growing around the world and expanding our offering." So...Mr Scoffham needs a little look at. Here he is on Linkedin: hTTps://www.linkedin.com/in/timscoffham/?originalSubdomain=uk His most recent job is: Chief Commercial OfficerChief Commercial Officer Quanta Media Group Quanta Media Group Apr 2019 - Present · 3 yrsApr 2019 - Present · 3 yrs QMG is an iGaming lead generator to a $7.5bn market with compound annual growth of 11.5%. Underpinned by proprietary technology, proven methodologies and combined years of experience, QMG is positioned to maximise long term value for its network of connected assets by focusing on delivering to iGaming operators targeted streams of customers with an inbuilt focus on retention. That looks great. Except that Quanta Media Group were a dormant company till 1/3/2021. Never mind, I am sure that some checking on Quanta Media Group will show it was alive and well. Quanta Media Group linkedin: hTTps://www.linkedin.com/company/quantamediagroup/ Nothing. Not one post. But there is a company website: hTTps://quantamedia.com Just the one page with a logo. Nothing else. This is a mark of disrespect to shareholders. If you are going to make things up then at least put the effort into making the backstory look real. £500k has gone to Quanta and another £200k to Tim Scoffham and there seems to be absolutely nothing behind it. I will leave Krunchdata will the next time but you know that I think that is really bad. But you have to agree. That Quanta/Tim Scoffham thing is really weird. Can I have some free money too?
01/3/2022
17:49
purchaseatthetop: Doughy…..I have no intention on wasting my time on a webinar. You could ask if you want. Ask…. Why was the Quanta Media Group Holdings major new £400k contract announced on 18/3/21 when the company had been dormant as of 28/2/21? Why was it only afterwards announced that MOS was lending £500k to Quantas? Why was it made Quantas decision whether to convert this loan into Quantas shares that would crystallise as a 7% shareholding for MOS? What are the percentage revenue and cost splits between MOS and Quanta? Actually you, being the dimmest of investors, could send an email. Every partnership that MOS has is opaque. I just look at the Quanta one as being the most ridiculous. You know my issues with all the rest.
11/2/2022
14:36
purchaseatthetop: Now...how about a little less "its going to be a monster" and a little more "why is this money going from company bank accounts to this person"? Todays RNS says: "LiveScores was developed by Tim Scoffham in association with Quanta with its first launch in Mexico as per the MOS announcement of 26 July 2021." It goes on to say that: "Under the Share Purchase Agreement between the Company and Tim Scoffham, the initial consideration of £125,000 is to be paid in shares, to be issued at a price of 0.423 pence per share (the "Issue Price" Tim Scoffman has no shares in Quanta Media Group Holdings and therefore these £200,000 will be paid to him personally in exchange for the Quanta share of revenues for Livescores. That is extraordinary. Quanta Media Group Holdings was a dormant company until 28/2/21 and was given £500,000 by MOS to develop the IT. Why are MOS now giving Tim Scoffman another £200,000 for something that Quanta already own via MOS money? The RNS says: Mark Epstein, CEO Mobile Streams, said: "We are extremely pleased to have someone's with Tim's ability on board. He has great experience in the I-gaming sector and I look forward to us working together. His significant abilities will be a big help as we continue growing around the world and expanding our offering." On Companies House his history is: Charbury Consulting (previously Mobile Stream Marketing Ltd). hTTps://find-and-update.company-information.service.gov.uk/company/10702419/filing-history Compulsory strike off 19/1/21 Peopleforce Ltd https://find-and-update.company-information.service.gov.uk/company/12537808/filing-history One attempt already to strike off. No accounts. Scores Entertaining Ltd hTTps://find-and-update.company-information.service.gov.uk/company/13861137/filing-history Incorporated jan 22. Do you ever do any research and background checks? No. This is another skim. Just wait for MOS to next buy into Peopleforce Ltd as he changed it to 14.2m shares on 29/10/21 ready for a Quantas like share sale. I am afraid that Tim Scoffham is clearly a previous person in Mobile Streams who is happily taking the money being given to him. No wonder Nigel Burton did not want to be a Non-Exec any longer.
18/1/2022
17:21
stabilo123: Dear Shareholders in Global Direct Partners AB (publ)(“GDP221;) and Equity Dynamics AB (publ) (“ED”) My name is Anders Holmstedt and I have been acting in the capacity as Managing Director of both GDP and ED since the summer of 2007. The actual business itself has been executed in GDP whereas ED can be seen as a holding company for a large group of shareholders. There are over 200 shareholders in ED and approximately 36 shareholders in GDP where ED is the major shareholder representing 30,58% of the shares. Many of the shareholders in ED are also shareholders in GDP. I am also one of the major shareholders in ED where I have 19.59% of the votes plus I also hold a large number of shares in GDP. We have made numerous changes in the companies during last two years and as we all are aware of, the financial environment has been through one of the most dramatic changes in our lifetime. Originally the plan was to act as an investment company investing in publically listed companies using separate outside managers. It was a good decision indeed that we stopped this activity and managed to sell off most of the listed investments thereby saving costs and stopping any further losses in the investments. The current strategy is to act as private equity investment vehicle focusing on private and unlisted companies. For this reason, capital has been invested in a number of high technology companies where the majority are internet based or are relying on internet in their business model. Two of our most interesting investments are Aitellu and Systematic Invest (“SI”). SI was done via convertible debt structure ultimately giving us 27% ownership. Aitellu is invested via Wood & Hill Investment AB and we currently have approximately 5% ownership in Aitellu. Systematic Invest uses neural networks to execute trades in betting strategies and the results are highly promising as you can see in the enclosed document. Aitellu is based on 15 years of research in complex algorithms from Chalmers and is applying the technology for contextual ad based systems with customers such as Pricerunner, Expressen and will soon announce a major customer. Aitellu is also using the technology for financial trading and has a hedge fund in London as a customer currently employing five people only for this project. The remainder of our portfolio consists of companies in gaming, oil and a number of dormant projects such as Golfplayersclub. In the near future we intend for ED to acquire the remaining shares in GDP via share-swap. This will simplify the structure, reduce costs and create a better focus with all shareholders in ED. We are also investigating an acquisition of a profitable internet based gaming company which will make the whole organization profitable and can also use old tax write-offs. A number of our major shareholders have indicated an interest in guaranteeing 2 million sek for future financing and with this and our future strategy we trust that the development will be positive for all shareholders. Yours sincerely, Anders Holmstedt Managing Director
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