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MBO Mobilityone Limited

-0.25 (-3.33%)
01 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
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
  -0.25 -3.33% 7.25 37,832 09:07:05
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
6.50 8.00 7.50 6.88 7.50
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Business Services, Nec 233.76M 24k 0.0002 362.50 7.71M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:49:21 O 75 8.00 GBX

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Posted at 02/12/2023 08:20 by Mobilityone Daily Update
Mobilityone Limited is listed in the Business Services, Nec sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MBO. The last closing price for Mobilityone was 7.50p.
Mobilityone currently has 106,298,780 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Mobilityone is £7,706,662.
Mobilityone has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 362.50.
This morning MBO shares opened at 7.50p
Posted at 27/11/2023 21:14 by dave4545
Most of the sales today were people who paid much higher on Friday.

9.34p paid sold for 7.125p
8.88p paid sold for 7.21p

A couple of examples, never understand why people do this but this is the market now
where most only buy a stock when it's flying and 99% of them sell out within a trading day no matter what. I think in the case of Mbo a little patience will bring a substantial reward.
Posted at 24/11/2023 16:08 by kaos3
very good vol ... it has to be above .6 mil to be significant for MBO and it is double that...

meaning this is just a start.... we must get some churn at the top of range when stall bulls exit.... to see how it goes further. more up after that or sellers prevail.

last few times i sold too soon ... but i pocketed a profit by selling...
Posted at 24/11/2023 10:45 by kaos3
i am afraid of this stock

i get it i do not get it for real

every simplicius chap can be dilligent nerd calculating the MBO value etc ... but there are many layers higher than simple thinking.....

i can not figure the higher stuff.... which boils down to ... is it a scam...

and when to sell....

buying here is quite easy
Posted at 09/11/2023 21:05 by mattjos
Folk still seem far too focussed on the cash that MBO are due to receive and completely missing the very, very significant business that SuperApps is going to be & all based on the MBO platform/ecosystem.
A few will trade this day to day and think they've done well but that is such a myopic stance to take.
I've rather given up trying to point all this out & the short-term violence of the price spikes just attracts traders but, very happy to sit back and allow such actions to gradually drive the price far higher in the next 12 months
Posted at 09/11/2023 16:25 by lloydypool
Tete seems to have haemorrhaged its cash over the last year, with the supposed $118m held in a trust account down to $33m as the end of August. I'll still be staggered if $9m of that finds its way to MBO (let alone the second payment) but given $6m is needed for their own acquisition by March next year it doesn't seem likely shareholders will see a return anytime soon.

The big question if these deals go through is now can MBO monetise the deal they have made or will they need to continue to rely on selling mobile phone credit?

I was tempted to trade this seeing the RNS as it was released but despite the big uptick I'm happy to be out as the whole thing still smells fishy to me!
Posted at 09/8/2023 17:00 by mattjos
Assuming the deal does go ahead, & given the comprehensiveness of the recent filing it does now look like they have got the structure sorted and are virtually good to go, it's going to be really interesting to see if the new business can achieve the kind of Revenues it is forecasting.
To scale up from a standing start to those sort of Revs would be mightily impressive and also a big validation of the MBO software platform.
I agree it does seem rather fanciful but TETE & MBO would not have set such a huge Revenue target unless both parties had a certain degree of confidence as to how they would achieve it.

I think the market senses 'something' extraordinary may be / is in the offing here & it is clearly not going to take much buying to propel the share price markedly higher, particulary given the tiny free float and the fact the share price is pretty much 'bombed' out still.

That said, according to the company website, there are still 3,475,159 shares held by Interactive Investor so still a few PI's have kept the faith.

As a quick reminder:

Issued and Paid-up Share Capital of 106,298,780 Ordinary Shares.

Significant Shareholders (3%+) comes to 80,133,778

So the 'free float' is only 26m shares but, likely less once you factor in any other decent size holdings that have either not breached the 3% level or not declared such.

On a sleepy summer day like today with just 725,253 shares traded, that is still 2.7% of the free float being traded.

The price is always set at the margin and in this case, it's the slimmest of margins that determines that price & hence the volatility.

Anyway, I've stayed in throughout all the price volatility as I believe there is still a very good chance that we are (finally) witnessing the emergence of something extraordinary & if that is the case then there may/should be a complete bunfight amongst others wanting to get hold of some shares - one only has to look at previous volatility to get a sense of what that process will do for the mkt cap of the company & this thread will explode with new posters.
Posted at 09/8/2023 07:40 by lloydypool
Agree that’s the most likely outcome CS but if they aren’t redeemed (arguably people have had the chance to pull already so why now?) then it looks like the sham merger goes ahead … then surely they need to pay MBO? That TETE filing seems to talk about much of the MBO revenue as going to the new entity (it even lists clients of MBO). I’m convinced it’s all a scam but if the scam involves moving $8m out of TETE into MBO then at some point MBO will spike (probably to then fall again, just like when the Alipay RNS was released).
Posted at 08/8/2023 20:19 by lloydypool
Worth having a look at the latest TETE SEC declaration as lots of mentions of Mobiltyone in their business plans which are declared in advance of the EGM for finalising the business combination.

In my view it is all fairytales, but TETE are claiming to have $33m in trust accounts so if they use this to pay MBO $8.8m I guess the share price is going to spike. Good luck if you're holding ... if you are the above link has plenty if information for you to consider to see if you still think this is all legitimate or alarm ring.
Posted at 29/10/2022 15:00 by candlestick1
Really interesting to see the impact that Vidacos selling has had - They held 21m on 30 Aug 21, they sold those down to just 7m by 3rd June 22. Their sells accounted for 39% of ALL volume over that period. If we assume that 39% ratio continued since 3rd June, they will have sold out of all of their holdings on 19th October - the day we got the JV news.Their impact on the share price is well known, but to put some clear numbers out there - Share price on 31/8/21 = 19pShare price on 3/6/22 = 9.5pShare price on 18/10/22 = 4pThe fact that they will be out provides a clear route for a massive re-rate; any news and increased sentiment should really drive it skywards.
Posted at 27/10/2022 15:21 by lloydypool
Anyone found anything online about the actually company "Super Apps". Seems they have done well to sell themselves for $1.1 billion without having any sort of web presence? The Malaysian site I found the other day relating to Super Apps seem completely unrelated but now appears to have disappeared.

Myisco/Mcash do not seem to have been around long either & have about 5 staff on linked in so not sure what proportion of the 1.1 billion valuation is attributed to them

Impressive rise again on MBO share price but it seems strange how little tangible information there is around the other parties connected to this transaction.
Mobilityone share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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