Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Mobilityone Limited LSE:MBO London Ordinary Share JE00B1Z48326 ORD 2.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 24.00 14,967 08:00:09
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
23.00 25.00 24.05 23.55 24.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 169.41 1.08 1.42 16.9 26
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
10:52:32 O 2,575 23.30 GBX

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Mobilityone Daily Update: Mobilityone Limited is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MBO. The last closing price for Mobilityone was 24p.
Mobilityone Limited has a 4 week average price of 21.45p and a 12 week average price of 20.75p.
The 1 year high share price is 49p while the 1 year low share price is currently 7.50p.
There are currently 106,298,780 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 245,641 shares. The market capitalisation of Mobilityone Limited is £25,511,707.20.
mattjos: Up on an otherwise red day across the board, tells you all you need to know.Happy to keep collecting and await a much higher and more appropriate mkt cap for a profitable Fintech ... the crowd may be chasing the likes of WISE just now but, that is over-priced imo, whereas MBO is really quite dramatically under-priced.Hopefully the markets will remain in a tizz for a bit longer yet as they try to work out if we face inflation, deflation or stagflation. I don't believe any of those scenarios represent a negative to MBO .. this is about a structural behavioural change amongst consumers and broader adoption of technology ... all that we face just now are, in effect, tailwinds for MBO.
megasonic: SP has got a lot of movement on no news, unchanged fundamentals and low volumes. A lot of MM games at play here it looks like. There are many reasons to buy MBO, my main reasons for getting in here is the PE ratio and a continuity of increasing revenues.Picked up some more earlier this afternoon. Would not be surprised if share price fell back further to 20p, would like to get more exposure so kind of hoping it will.I'm expecting larger volume trades in 6-8 weeks. Watching share price volatility on low volumes now, I expect share price movement will be greater in September.Takes some courage to be in this stock IMO
mattjos: You really need to follow both MBO and also the sister company TFP Solutions Bhd. if you want to truly understand what's going on here. TFP Solutions has recently raised money in Malaysia and bought into a Gold Trading group. They are now rolling out a digital Gold Trading platform that will utilise the MBO platform (MBO is noted as the service provider to this operation). There is very little information about MBO in the UK sphere but, The CEO is often interviewed in Malaysia and many articles in the press and magazines about him and his companies. so much more happening with this company than most people have the slightest clue about … I would urge investors to research more to help gain a better understanding.
megasonic: The PE for MBO is ridiculous, looks incredible value. I've had MBO on my watch list since April and despairingly saw it rise from 15p to over 40p since then. Took the opportunity to buy in a couple days ago as it fell to sub 25p.The product looks good, someone posted about MBO being similar to WISE which I agree with, would add that it also has facets of FinTech firms BGO and BOKU. In this non-contact, digital world we now inhabit, I expect MBO's business model will continue strong revenue growth and the Southeast Asia region which the company operates in has particularly significant room from growth in this regard. The only thing that concerns me is why management felt they needed an extension to publish their accounts. Wanted to hear opinions from other posters on this?
mattjos: WISE is a FIN Tech company offering cross border payments through their eco-system … they effectively 'clip' a tiny fraction from each transaction they process. MBO is exactly same type of business … it's 'clips' a fraction from each transaction they process. Fundamentally they are same type of operation …. MBO is exhibiting strong growth and booked £246m Revs last year WISE 2020 Revs were £303m in last Fin Year WISE Mkt Cap £8Bn MBO Mkt Cap £26m
king suarez: What 'battle' exactly, do MM's 'win'? Surely their main aim is to maximise share volume traded as they earn on the spread? Does it matter to them whether that is at a higher, or lower share price?
king suarez: "Which piece of news do we think will drive this higher. Just think the market needs to actually wake up!" I would say if the Final results at end September show continued growth at anything like the rate we have seen the last few years, then I would expect the share price to be (far) higher than today. Also, we should receive news anytime between now and year end on MasterCard licensing and SWIFT membership approval - confirmation of these transactions beginning will surely also be a strong price driver?
mattjos: looks like 7th July for the WISE IPO in London .. let's see what valuation they get and compare to MBO. Am pretty sure the WISE valuation metrics will be many, many multiples of MBO & help bring the MBO valuation anomaly more into focus. Let's see if Allenby make an efforts to issue coverage after the FY2o Results are published and if they attempt to highlight a peer group for MBO to help investor make some meaningful comparisons … still a total lack of 'professional advisor' coverage on this company, which is ridiculous.
mattjos: I’ve repeatedly tried to draw readers attention to MBO’s peer group valuation metrics. Fin Tech companies (many of which are not even profitable & still in the ‘cash burn’ phase) attract very high valuation metrics as the broader markets generally see that Fin Tech is the future, as physical cash use continues to decline towards its inevitable demise. Fin Tech ecosystems consist of hundreds, thousands, millions, billions of individual users who are using the ecosystem to move money from A to B … and those ecosystems are a marketing goldmine for targeting consumers, attracting and developing loyalty, cross-selling and a host of other value-added services. I do not see the fact that Malaysia operations should be a detractor or bar to MBO achieving a much higher valuation. Malaysia is far ahead of other territories / regions in the world & is also a very competitive market …. MBO is proving itself in a competitive landscape & growing fast. This is a pedigree that will serve it well in the future, particularly when it enters the UK market. This is fantastic opportunity to invest in a high growth company well ahead of others & where peer group valuation methodology in the marketplace will soon highlight MBO as ludicrously, ludicrously cheap. Using the property market as a parallel: It’s always best to buy the cheapest house in an expensive neighbourhood than vice versa. I remain persuaded that this recent bout of myopic trading in the shares will not persist for much longer. WISE imminent IPO may just be the necessary catalyst for most others to realise this & retain £2 target price in under two years from now.
king suarez: Wow. Wise 2020 revenue of £320m and pretax profits of £20m - IPO valuation 'potentially £5bn!' MBO revenues £247m, pre-tax profit £2.26m. So obviously Wise has greater margins, of currently around 6.25% v MBO margins around 0.9%. You could argue on a like-for-like basis MBO should be on around £500m valuation. But I think that is a bit crazy at this stage. Can easily see this getting to around £200m valuation in the next couple of years though. Will be v interesting to see how margins increase with the Mastercard and Swift processing stuff.
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