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 13,219,221 08:00:00
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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 3
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15:55:06 O 157,105 0.247 GBX

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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 0.20p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.09p.
There are currently 1,148,574,804 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 13,188,242 shares. The market capitalisation of Mobile Streams Plc is £2,928,865.75.
oil be there: From Citytilidie Alias Mark Barry on LSE.Okay so myself and a few others have attended what in my opinion was a real eye opener to the mind boggling potential this product and company has, what I would say initially is that if there is anybody who is invested who thinks they are going to be a millionaire overnight then its not for you, this is a project/product/company that will evolve over the next 12/24/36 months to be a major player in this space and they will take an awful lot of business off the main players in the market at the moment ( take a look at their revenues)Key points as follows.Investor presentation to a wider audience ( PI's) in November.Spanish and Mandarin versions currently being worked on ( 2 most spoken languages after English )Marketing campaign underway through such things as Google Adwords, You Tube, Social Influencers as well as direct contact.The Legacy business has NO financial drag on the company at all.Development of an App ( prob Q3 next year ) which will not need to be funded by a raise.As per previous RNS - awarding of shares to BOD and Management is at a fixed price and way into next year.The product basically blows the competition out of the water in terms of feature set and price.hope this helps you all make an informed decision on your investment and which way you want to go.
soultrading: Software or online services with a subscription or pay as use strategy are a gold mine if the market likes it or see value at this price point. then it could be a really profitable enterprise. When we consider the share price at 0.29 and market cap(3m) are so low, the previous negative results that are due are priced in to this price but this is a new company going forward with new services, new team and reduced overheads. "Cash is currently £1.26m which, based on the current business plan, is expected to be sufficient to last beyond the end of the current financial year" and as we know the team are not drawing massively from the pot but instead taking shares. All in all I think this has a decent chance of moving higher and higher in the future providing the marketing team can create some awareness and some of the launch partners are retained. So for now I think it is continues to be a buy.
notknowing: I am long and see this at 60-100 Million within 12 months. I will be honest though, and I hope MOS are reading this, I don't really know what they do. The MOS site is pretty, but as a potential customer I have little idea what their value proposition is. It's not clear what they're flogging. Tell me, make it very clear. What's the SAAS solution offering? show me! tell me when it's coming, tell me how I consume this service. What's in it for me? What benefit will I get from it? What problem is it fixing?
jackjackpaul: Black Bag @blackbagstocks · 3m Even if #MOS capture 1M clients out of 30M potential market at its lowest offering of £10 a month that’s a recurring revenue stream of 10M a month (120M a year!) with an ultra low cost base means most of that figure in profit This is worth over 3M currently Exploding head Bring on 100x Smiling face with sunglasses
jackjackpaul: 100 bagger potential now peter @Shareresearcher · 5s #MOS @MylesMcNulty @Robin25461631 #MOS 1% of the market at the lowest banding is £36 mil, PE x 10 = mcap £360mil currently £3.24mill mcap - that is 111 bags potential is huge now on this global scale
bullrun1: Mobile Streams plc Placing of GBP1 million gross at 0.3p per shareSource: UK Regulatory (RNS & others)TIDMMOSRNS Number : 1647MMobile Streams plc06 May 20206 May 2020Mobile Streams plc("MOS" or "the Company")Over-subscribed placing of GBP1 million gross at 0.3p per shareTotal Voting RightsMobile Streams plc, the AIM quoted mobile content and data intelligence company, is pleased to announce the successful completion of a placing (the "Placing"), arranged by the Company's Broker Peterhouse Capital, to raise GBP1,000,000 before expenses to support the continuing growth of the Group.A total of 333,333,333 ordinary shares of 0.01p nominal value each ("Placing Shares") have been placed conditional only on Admission with investors at 0.3p per share, a discount of approximately 25% to the closing mid--market price of 0.4p on 5 May 2020. Each Placing share which will rank pari passu with existing Ordinary Shares will be issued with one warrant per share exercisable at 0.5p per share for a period of one year from the date of admission of these new shares to AIM, which is expected to be on or around 14 May 2020.Total Voting RightsFollowing the issue of the Placing shares as described above, the Company's issued share capital consists of 1,005,074,804 ordinary shares with a nominal value of 0.01p each, with voting rights ("Ordinary Shares"). The Company does not hold any Ordinary Shares in Treasury.The above figure of 1,005,074,804 may be used by shareholders in the Company as the denominator for the calculation by which they will determine if they are required to notify their interest in, or a change to their interest in, the share capital of the Company under the FCA's Disclosure Guidance and Transparency Rules.Nigel Burton, Chairman, commented "The new Board is firmly focused on supporting the existing mobile content business whilst expanding the Company's new Streams data insight and intelligence platform."Since the launch of the Streams platform, delivered via our partnership with KrunchData, the Company has announced commercial agreements with both the National Emergencies Trust ("NET") and digital agency Alcimi, and has launched a new website which combines our offering to both content providers and brands."To provide strong alignment with shareholders and to conserve cash, the Board and Senior Managers are all being remunerated in shares which will not be issued until 2021. As a result, our existing cash balances of over GBP0.25m along with the net proceeds of the Placing provide sufficient funds to cover all overheads throughout 2020 as well as to support the expansion of the product, marketing and sales pipeline for both the content and data businesses."This Placing provides the necessary additional balance sheet strength to give potential clients confidence in the longer term future of the Company, thereby enabling the Company to work with larger B2B (business to business) clients in the US, LatAm and Europe. It also provides additional capital to speed up and advance our sales, marketing and development efforts as and when we need to."This announcement contains inside information for the purposes of Article 7 of Regulation (EU) 596/2014.For further information, please contact:Mobile Streams plcNigel Burton, Chairman+44 77 8523 4447www.mobilestreams.comBeaumont Cornish (Nominated Adviser)James Biddle and Roland Cornish+44 (0) 20 7628 3396Peterhouse Capital Limited (Broker)Lucy Williams, Duncan Vasey and Eran Zucker+ 44 (0) 20 7469 0930This information is provided by RNS, the news service of the London Stock Exchange. RNS is approved by the Financial Conduct Authority to act as a Primary Information Provider in the United Kingdom. Terms and conditions relating to the use and distribution of this information may apply. For further information, please contact or visit Dow Jones NewswiresMay 06, 2020 09:52 ET (13:52 GMT)
hazl: I feel there's still hope here.....
hazl: Indeed. I have spent some time researching the history here in MOS, as there seems a reluctance for the share to go higher even with apparently good news. Having done that I understand completely. There have been a series of suspensions,a director resigning,shares name,they've had it. Hands up, I didn't know the history when I initially took an interest. Does that matter to the here and now? Reputation is a difficult thing to shift. Does a firm deserve a second chance? It's perhaps a different answer for different companies but in MOS case I think possibly. It has started again.... some management have been removed, left or have a different has become a different animal. It has a more solid direction, and has successfully raised cash,above it's current share price. It has employed somebody new and seemingly driven. It has the AI arm which I am interested in. It,so far,appears to be behaving differently. The one thing I don't know and would like, is if a long-term share holder, could answer as to why the activist shareholder, who wished to have a role on the board,changed his mind? Did he see success ahead after all? Did he get out? What happened? I am going to see what further contracts emerge because they have definitely had interest. Input welcome good and bad and let's see if our investment is going to blossom!
garth: Barnes, Good morning. I think we would probably agree that there is very significant risk in investing in the market at present. Important rider. Very little will be immune if the markets correct to where they really would be in the absence of $trillions of support. We are back at that tipping point again today - just as we have been repeated times over the last two or three weeks. The following is my best take from a few hours' research at the end of March. I have no connection with the company and I was not invested in MOS (although I have dipped in and out of its story for many years, watching its terminal decline) What follows is my best take. It is one view. I think anyone investing here should see it as if it was a business picked up by the creditors post-failure, dusted off and starting again as a new prospect. Think of it as a shell with two core assets: 1. A legacy mobile business 2. A data asset Add to that a brand new management team with a very different vision and focus, a market cap of £3.9m and cash of £1.5m. NO DEBT - other than directors' salaries to be paid in shares to December. (figures adjusted post-RNS this morning) From what was available online, the new team have a collective experience in running a mobile phone company, big data and data mining, consultancy and marketing. The new purpose of the business is to leverage the legacy data "gold mine" through the relationship with Krunchdata in offering big data, market analysis services. The management quantify the data asset at "2 billion data sets". What could that data set be worth to a new business just starting out? The new management team picked it up for a song - one of their number took (or already held?) a significant number of shares, challenged the delisting and board changes were forced. How much is a 2 billion data set asset worth? In a £3.9m company which is now sitting on £1.5m cash (which I understand you need to discount - rate depending on burn rate) what is the market currently valuing it at? Whatever the value, it is a golden egg. My concern was that they may just run the goose down into the ground - but they have confirmed that not to be the case. That legacy business had turnover of £1.3m last year Interims to December showed that had declined to £300k in the first half. Revenue in the first three months of 2020 was £100k The business was being run down towards delisting by the previous management. Accounts hadn't been maintained. In 2018 revenue was £3m, it was £5.7m in 2017, £12.7m in 2016. Now, not profitable in any of those years, but generating significant revenue and creating lots of data in the process. Under new management, what could that goose be worth? Four years ago turnover from the legacy business was almost 10x the current market cap. It isn't the main focus of the new team - but I view it as another important part of this developing story. Much of that business will be structurally dead. But not all of it. And that's what this is - its a story stock about a goose that laid golden eggs but the owners didn't recognise them as such. They left the goose to get old and sick. Then a group of young(relatively)friends, who understood the value of gold, bought the farm for a song in order to acquire the egg. They had some experience in golden eggs and in keeping a goose (although their previous goose got sick and died). Where does the story go next? Does it have substance or is it just a fairy tale? You pays your money and takes your choice - or you don't. For me, if they gaet this done it could reasonably be expected to be valued in excess of £15m soemwhere down the line. That wouldnt all be through share price increase - there will be further dilution along the way through the exercising of warrants and directors salaries paid in shares to December. But still decent headroom and decent ratio of risk to reward. At least there is for me. One fly in the ointment for me; our merry band already owned another farm, recently built, called Krunchdata. That farm would be mightly enhanced by sharing a golden egg. To me it would be much cleaner if they chose to combine the two farms and called the combined entity "Streams". Not far off there exists another young farm offering different, but complementary produce. It is called Alcimi. Just a view. No investment advice intended or offered. Do your own research. From the finals, end of March: "Group revenue for the year ended 30 June 2019 was GBP1.3m (2018: GBP3.0m). Trading EBITDA (calculated as profit before tax, interest, amortisation, depreciation, share compensation expense and impairment of assets) was negative GBP0.7m for year (2018: negative GBP1.2m). Loss before tax was GBP0.6m (2018: GBP0.9m loss). Most of the reduction in revenues is attributable to challenging trading conditions in Argentina. Revenue in Argentina (which equated to 65% of Group revenue) on a constant currency basis decreased by 17.7% from AR$58m to AR$48m. The Directors do not propose payment of a dividend (2018: GBPNil). The Group had a net cash balance of GBP0.1m, with no debt, at 30 June 2019 (2018: GBP1.0m). Following the year end, the Company raised GBP0.25m before expenses through a Placing in November 2019 and extinguished amounts owing of GBP210k. The Placing was accompanied by the appointment of new advisers and a strengthening of the Board. The Group's principal business remains the generation of revenues through relationships with mobile operators and content aggregators and retailing directly to the consumer, and the Board expects that in the current financial year the majority of revenues are again likely to be generated in Latin America. The Company will, through its licensing of the Krunch Data platform, launch a new data insight and intelligence offering that will utilise and enable the monetisation of the 15 years and approximately 2 billion 'data sets' built up by the Company's consumer content business. The new data insight and intelligence platform, called Streams, will be focused on the B2B (business to business) market and will target customers in the US, LatAm and Europe. The Board believes that the new data offering is the largest opportunity for the Company to deliver growth to shareholders via newly developed products, leveraging the years of data it has collected on consumer content purchases to drive a significant new revenue stream for the business. The new platform will be launched in early April 2020 and the Company will be updating its website in phases, phase one to start immediately, in order to reflect the evolving nature of the business. The main focus for the year will be in growing and developing the product and sales pipeline. The traditional content delivery side of the business still brings in ongoing revenue and therefore will be continued, however the majority of investment going forwards will be in growing the new data insight and intelligence business." G.
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