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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Mobile Streams Plc LSE:MOS London Ordinary Share GB00B0WJ3L68 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.255 13,292,452 07:31:06
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.24 0.27 0.255 0.255 0.255
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 1.34 -0.57 -0.37 6
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:26:21 O 367,283 0.2625 GBX

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14/6/2021
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 0.26p.
Mobile Streams Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.24p and a 12 week average price of 0.22p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.48p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.20p.
There are currently 2,343,496,365 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 18,759,972 shares. The market capitalisation of Mobile Streams Plc is £5,975,915.73.
18/5/2021
16:35
daniel: Worth a read again..... Beware when they arrive. Axis 16 December, 2009 at 10:28 This has done the rounds a few time but still very relevant Don’t reply or engage Bashers, that's how they make their money. Hello, As many of you are aware, I am a paid ‘basher’. As childish as bashing might seem on the surface, a lot of money actually exchanges hands based on the work we do. I work(ed) for an investment firm based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. I worked in cooperation with several others and under several aliases in several online investment forums. Including PresidentBush, Tooth18, OneVultrue, 7Midniqht and Herbacious on Stockhouse. To make a long story short. I have had an epihphany in the past few days. I watched the movie Fight Club, and as brutal as the movie is on the surface, it actually caused me to question a lot of things I do or have done in my life. The next day I was involved in a single vehicle car accident, which caused my vehicle to roll-over. I walked away from it all, but it got me to thinking. I only live once, is this what I want from my life? Is this what I’ve always wanted to do – I am not even proud of my career or myself. I say that I am a stock broker, but that is a lie. We are basically paid con-men. I quit today, no questions asked. Just walked out. I am 23 years old, and this is not what I want out of life. The scheme works like this. Be aware of it so you can guard yourself. Our company monitors undervalued companies with strong assets and strong potential. When this company, XXX.V, for example, reaches an overbought situation, our company begins selling shares that we do not own in hopes of purchasing these shares at a lower price later on. As the share price dips, our company purchases these shares for a cheaper price at the lowered ask price. That is where we come in – we bash the stock online to try and further the negative sentiment so that the stock gaps down further and increases our profit margin. This type of activity is called naked short selling and it should be illegal. Our firm is a well established one that deals out shares that we do not own, then send out an army of online rats to undermine the company’s successes to drive the price down. As an employee, I never really realized the effect it had on investors or companies. I just really cared about opening the gap as much as possible, so that I could make a larger commission. It was all just a big game.
29/4/2021
10:17
lw425: The market for MOS in China alone must be worth 10's of Billion's. What MOS can do for a Chinese business is allow them access to Western markets. Our software does all the hard work in minutes, a task that would normally take a day. The major deal RNS announcements could become an every other day occurrence, due to the INCREDIBLY high level of interest in our product. I see the share price replicating an ARB type PARABOLIC rise. 2P to 300p. So MOS 0.25P to 37.5p.
31/3/2021
07:42
hodhasharon: 31 March 2021 Mobile Streams plc ("MOS" or "the Company") Mobile Streams grows partnership with, and provides funding to, Quanta Media Group Holdings Mobile Streams plc, the AIM quoted mobile content and data intelligence company, is extremely pleased to announce that initial work with Quanta Media Group Holdings ("QMGH" or "Quanta") has uncovered significant additional areas of synergy and opportunity. Quanta is a developer of high-quality sports and iGaming related product, content and destinations which it expects to launch in the next quarter. The company was founded by industry veteran, Andrew Deeks, in 2019 and is headquartered in London, UK. Edward Simons serves as Non-Executive Chairman and Tim Scoffham as Chief Revenue Officer. Quanta is an early stage business which for the period ended 30 September 2020 incurred losses of GBP155,551 on revenues of GBP376,851 and as at that date had net assets of GBP125,829. Following the announcement on 18 March that Quanta had signed a major contract to use the Streams data platform, it has become clear that there are multiple opportunities to drive revenue growth via the partnership. It is now likely that MOS will be able to drive extra revenue from its legacy business as initially thought, whilst Quanta has also confirmed it should be able to utilise its iGaming platform to drive additional revenue from the legacy MOS IP, including mobilegaming.com. In order to accelerate development of these opportunities and advance Quanta's business plans, Mobile Streams is providing QMGH a Convertible Loan Note of GBP250,0000 (the "Loan"), with a further GBP250,000 to be made available subject to achieving various agreed milestones, centred around its entrance to key markets. 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) GBP0.07 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 . These funds will be used by Quanta to fast track their business plan and deliver on MOS opportunities simultaneously. The management of the two companies will be investigating all avenues and possibilities available to deliver further growth. Ed Simons - Non-Executive Chairman QMGH, said: "We are absolutely delighted to be developing further our partnership with Mobile Streams. In my career spanning over five decades in film, entertainment, media & sports promotion and TV broadcasting, from sell-out shows at Wembley and Las Vegas to blockbuster movies, I have rarely seen an early stage opportunity of this potential and magnitude. The Quanta iGaming lead generation business powered by Mobile Streams is in itself an irresistible proposition. We have now had an opportunity to look at the Mobile Streams legacy assets and we are convinced that the Quanta team, using their performance marketing and branding experience in combination with MOS's existing relationships, will be able to drive revenue and partnerships via Mobile Streams. Nigel Burton, Non-Executive Director, said: "We are delighted to be expanding our partnership with Quanta. We feel there is significant scope to grow the business quickly and we are focused on delivering that growth as quickly as possible. This deal will enable us to leverage our legacy assets and platform faster than previously thought and deliver even more value into the business. QMGH also has very exciting plans to enter the global iGaming lead generation market, bringing yet more scope to grow the Streams data platform."
27/3/2021
12:41
city analyst1: 7trademark, there was a material change in stock levels at around 16:22 yesterday. And those with Level II access would have observed the three MMs move the 'Ask' to 0.28pence. I think I know why... • On March 16, 2021, 23m shares changed hands at 0.23pence per share. This was close to the average daily volume of circa 27m shares. • On March 19, 2021, 314m shares changed hands at 0.44pence per share. This was 11 x the average daily volume. • On March 22, 2021, 391m shares changed hands at 0.28pence per share. This was 15 x the average daily volume. • On March 23, 2021, 107m shares changed hands at 0.28pence per share. This was 4 x the average daily volume. • On March 24, 2021, 82m shares changed hands at 0.26pence per share. This was 3 x the average daily volume. Thus, considering the number of Placing (800m) and Broker shares (80m) issued on March 22, 2021, and drawing upon twenty-five years’ experience in small cap investing, I believe a significant proportion of the Placing shares were ‘forward sold’ on March 19, 2021. The balance of the Placing shares were then sold between March 22, 2021 and March 24, 2021. More importantly, and over a period of 3 days (between March 19, 2021 and March 24, 2021), a total of 894m shares changed hands! So, what does it all mean? It means the ‘bulls’ are firmly in control. Buyers have, pretty much, mopped-up most, if not all, of the Placing shares. This is extremely bullish as it indicates a strong demand (from retail investors) for the stock. Also worth noting is that, a notable proportion of those shares appear to have gone into the hands of LONGS, and may explain why the MMs ran out of stock at 16:22 – the point at which the 'Ask' jumped from 0.26p to 0.28pence per share. And a £28,000 purchase at the 'Bell', and at the full 'Ask', lends credence to the argument that, stock levels are thin and demand is substantively strong. Thus, on the above rationale, I expect the share price to strengthen considerably as we start the new week. AIMHO. Https://twitter.com/MobileStreams/status/1369950168733323266
25/3/2021
12:14
city analyst1: Finally, some meaningful traction with inherently strong value inflection points ahead: • Streams Data business now projected to generate revenues in excess of £25,000 per month from April. That excludes revenues from the recently-launched Chinese portal. • Opportunities to generate significant additional revenue from the MOS legacy business have already been identified. • Game-changing collaboration with serial tech investor Andy Deeks (owner of iGaming powerhouse QMG). • MOS is now firmly connected to a $7.5bn market with a CAGR of 11.5%. • MOS’ reach now moves to the high growth carrier billing, gaming, and online gambling markets. • Head honcho Nigel Burton is actively reviewing a number of potential opportunities to strengthen the company's technical and intellectual property portfolio, and to accelerate growth, including in complementary markets. • Cash balance at March 12, 2021 was £900,000. • Cash balance at March 22, 2021 was £3m (£900,000 + £1.9m net from oversubscribed placing + £200,000 from fully subscribed broker option). • Cash balance at March 25, 2021 was £2.5m (£3m less £500,000 for the KrunchData purchase). • The Board is to forego any cash payments in the 2021-2022 financial year. Instead, they will be paid in shares at the Placing price of 0.25pence. • No debt. • Current market cap is £5.3m (at 0.26pence per share). A seasoned investment banker (with Deutsche Bank and UBS Warburg), monsieur Burton is renowned for his uncanny ability to identify materially undervalued assets. And nowhere is that ability better demonstrated than in Burton's current roles at BlackRock Throgmorton, eEnergy, DeepVerge, and Digitalbox. To this end, expect a couple of value-enhancing acquisitions to follow today’s shrewd acquisition of KrunchData. More importantly, the company is currently valued at £5.3m. Less cash balances of £2.5m means the market is valuing the entire MOS business, and its substantive growth prospects, at a paltry £2.8m! Quite frankly, that’s a gross mispricing of the MOS stock and, consequently, is spectacularly disconnected from the sector's earnings multiple. Thus, employing a DCF (Discounted Cash Flow) valuation model, MOS’ current value stands at £17.27m or 0.84pence per share. To this end, take cue from the flurry of blue, savvy trades observed today. Remember, the next set of numbers is likely to be markedly higher than the 2020 interims. Also, it’s worth noting the strike price of the issued warrants - 0.50pence per share - and Burton's family share purchase at 0.25pence per share.
25/3/2021
07:54
demark: CEO did an interview, in that he compared MOS with Brandwatch that was sold last month for $450m, then the fundraise @ 0.25p, capped the share price increase to 0.5p by issuing 1b warrants @0.5p, today MOS is acquiring 49% of Krunch of which the MOS's CEO has 33.33% stake, AIM at its best!, dyor
23/3/2021
19:45
daniel: Why the placing... That's the 1.6Billion shares question. Based on available information, it's senseless as a business decision, selfish as a personal decision and reckless as an ethical decision. Let's just pray that the chairman and CEO will be able to deliver on their plans and promises so that institutions can see long-term value in the business and mop-up the deluge of shares. I have no confidence whatsoever in the house broker and current beneficiaries of the fundraising who are mostly short-term opportunists that will be offloading at 0.5p and at 1p. One of them was desperately selling at a ridiculous price of 0.22 last week in order to take advantage of the offer. This kind of action has a multiplier effect on the share price. You may now need to double your holding and half your expectations, or you may half your holding and quadruple your expectations. Obviously, the BOD has yielded to pressure from the door bangers and gone for the former, it's just a numbers game for the proponents. Let's pray for divine intervention, that business goes to plan and we are ever valued at 400m; then the max we can ever reach is 18p or 70 bagger, the 100 baggers have been forfeited. So MOS can not achieve that special status of the exclusive archivers like ARB. So the question is, was the funding needed for MOS to archive its goals, or was it done to satisfy the door bangers? When you have money and looking for where to spend it, you must be careful of bad decisions - It's true for businesses, and true for individuals. Otherwise, the bangers will return with a new idea of consolidating the existing shares and having new fundraising (mathematically, that's fractionalisation of shares; but in reality, it's decimation of share price; as the market makers drag the shares back to its familiar territory). AIM BODs are mostly gullible and fall for the numbers game in exchange for peanuts. Let's hope this funding is the last one ever and the business is self-sustaining, going from strength to strength.
22/3/2021
11:07
citycanary: IMHO unfortunately this is one of the hazards of investing in AIM. Yes you do get ASOS, NCYT, CLP etc but also you get massive dilutions, share price crashes and suspensions. MOS is looking to grab market share quickly in developing markets and will announce new contracts over the next few weeks and the share price will again shoot up. Just remember that this is AIM so protect your initial capital at all times (topslice etc) so that if things do go belly up big time you can still carry on. GLTA and as always DYOR
22/3/2021
10:43
daniel: Greed and lack of integrity have placed a cap of 0.5p on the share price in the short term, with a 330,000,000 warrant on the 14th May 2021 (which is now forgone), and another mountain of 800m warrants to overcome on 24th March 2022. If the BOD is not lining their own or friends and broker's pockets, I wonder what that is - prudence? The market needs to absorb that 1B shares and the warrant holders will be selling into the rise in the short-term, hopefully an institution will help to pick up the shares. This funding has been in the pipeline for a few weeks, which explains the sustained sales of shares despite the optimism from the BOD When is the deadline of the offer of just 10% to the vast majority of investors? The house broker knows what it's doing, it doesn't want you to participate in it. It's deliberate - too little, too late and too short a time span. It's not the right way of doing business in public space. The BOD may feel it's taking advantage of the company and the low share prices, but it's also placing a limit on its potential. This has to stop. I am still a holder in the company. I believe in the products and their huge potentials.
12/3/2021
12:45
daniel: I am surprised that the Market has not trusted Nigel Burton enough on this one. With the RNSs about growth in income, cash flow increases, and China Launch on Monday, I am surprised the share price is still held captive. Who is the distressed seller and Why now? Nigel should certainly forget those outstanding warrants and allow the company to move forward. Directors are being paid in shares, but this should be reasonable, fairly priced, and not used to justify the lack of directors' purchase. The company has promised that it has adequate cash going forward - beyond breakeven; but Market wants certainties around these issues. There is no reason why the share price should not be around 2p now, with the progress being made and the China launch, which is a big deal, but yet the market wants clarity: No more issues of shares - after almost 1.2B No consolidation of shares - that will be a gimmick that will drive the share prices back down in real terms Enough of fundraising of any kind. Cancel all warrants that have not hit their target in the past year - let them expire. Continuous and consistent RNSs on new launches and growth. Clarity and defined exposure on ownerships, licenses and agreements. As investors, we have a clear role to play in creating awareness by broadcasting the company to the investors' community across the bulletin boards . This is a potential 10 bagger in the short-term, 20 bagger in medium-term and 100 bagger in long-term - subject to takeover and if MOS is well managed. This is Nigel's youngest baby, he needs to nurture it and let it grow - the faster the better.
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