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% 17.00 30,264 16:35:24
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
15.50 17.00 17.875 16.25 17.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 169.41 1.08 1.42 12.0 18
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:24 UT 284 17.00 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 17p.
Mobilityone Limited has a 4 week average price of 13.25p and a 12 week average price of 9p.
The 1 year high share price is 57p while the 1 year low share price is currently 3.05p.
There are currently 106,298,780 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 163,566 shares. The market capitalisation of Mobilityone Limited is £18,070,792.60.
mattjos: Excellent news: "Further to the announcement released on 1 March 2021, MobilityOne (AIM: MBO), the e-commerce infrastructure payment solutions and platform provider, is pleased to announce that, MobilityOne Sdn Bhd ("M1 Malaysia"), the Group's wholly owned operating subsidiary in Malaysia, has completed the acquisition of the 50 per cent. shareholding the Group did not already own in OneTransfer Remittance Sdn Bhd ("OTR") (the "Acquisition") and now owns the entire issued share capital of OTR." & all funded organically. Added on this update
mattjos: 14 year Weekly High & New Daily All Time Closing High today in MBO. A noteworthy event in any listed entity & one which I believe investors should pay close attention to ….. & still only a £17m Mkt Cap for a Fin Tech company with Annual Revs circa £200m Some may argue it's expensive on some metrics but, I suggest otherwise & still believe it is ridiculously cheap given the growth potential this year & forward. If H2 2020 grew at the same rate as H1 2020 did then FY 2020 could see: Revs: £257m Op. Profit: £3.5m Cash Generated from Operating Activities: £1.8m Fully Diluted EPS: 1.5p & that growth likely continued into H1 2021, given the initiatives / partnerships that came on-line before end calendar 2020. So at current price of 16p that would just be a pitiful trailing 10.6x EPS …. as i said, ridiculously cheap. Should be more like Forward 25-35x or, 40-50p Another 12-18 months growth like this and shares should be trading hands at 75-100p
mattjos: If this was going to be taken private, it would have happened back when the price was under 5p .. plenty of opportunity to have bought it back then for a very small sum. I believe greater chance a player such as Stripe made an Offer at a premium. They have plenty of cash and looking to grow in new territories outside USA & Ireland. MBO would instantly give them a presence in Malaysia
mattjos: IPO price was 12.5p on 5th July 2007 … Shares in issue then: 93.9m Previous AT Closing high price was 15.5p on 22nd July 2020 Current shares in issue: 106.3m Been a long journey but, hard to argue that the shares are not now worth a lot more than the IPO Price. Back in 2007, the company was turning over about £15m / annum. Latest figures show Revs now £120m in H1 2020 Share price might seem to have moved up a lot recently but, price is still all completely wrong, imo
jettydog: Mobilityone has quadrupled revenue in the last four years but due to the low margin nature of the core business profits have historically been thin. However things appear to be changing as based on the half year report I would expect profit around the £2.5 million level for 2020 (with £6 million plus in cash or equivalents). The money changing licence from the Central Bank of Malaysia, partnerships with Alipay and MoneyGram, setting up s UK office and a joint venture to expand payment terminal business in Malaysia are all moves to boost profitability further. The share price tripled last year so let's hopefully see a similar growth happen this year.
kaos3: matt - how about a value trap? for years - why now is different? because few discovered it and buy into it? causing it to rise - and giving a high five - to them selfs? I agree with all you post on MBO - but I have just one Q - why this time (but newcomers crowd buying and promoting)is different? I ll be a keen observer for the confirmed break out and I ll be back - if it is for real. Hope you are right - and good luck to you - as always I got my fair share of profits out of MBO and I am happy to fill you out of my loose and weak hands as you describe me. that is why the friends are for I wish you all the best Remember China Shoto (or similar) and how it all ended - same discussions more or less - value, prospects, taking profits or not, weak vs strong, name calling
mattjos: & MBO is also now getting picked up on Reddit:
mattjos: well said markth126 … ridiculously cheap valuation still. 12.5p was the July 2007 IPO Price so, expect a bit of resistance but, I cant see it lasting long. Other than crazy spike last year (on a mis-understood RNS which was corrected the following day), this is now effectively breaking out to ATH's .. & rightly so, imo. I think folk need to see it that way and realise that this is a significant milestone achievement for the share price right on front of your eyes today
mattjos: If H2 sees a repeat of H1 & therefore Fully Diluted EPS for the year of 1.8p, at today's closing price of 11.75p, that would be a trailing P/E of circa 6.5 I appreciate this is a tiddler on AIM but, fgsake, that is far too stingy when you see Revs growing at over 50% per year and Profits before Tax growing at over 200%. Yes, they have a bit of debt but, as the Interest Paid figure shows, that is clearly already fast reducing & no harm in some additional leverage beyond that inherent in the business model, afaic. Continued pro-rata growth in 2021 ie. 2.4p EPS for the year with a forward p/e of just 15 and you get to share price of 36p but, the new Year-end Alipay link-up may very well quickly see 2021 Revs & Profits blow that forecast clean away. A much more commonly seen P/E in the 20 - 25x range would give 48p - 60p & a racier 40x would give 96p. I guess it all depends on what investors are willing to pay for this sort of uncommon profitable growth but, in my experience, once a small company finally & very clearly crosses such a definitive inflexion point & then inks deals with the likes of Alipay & also advises "The Company's wholly-owned subsidiary in the United Kingdom, M-One Tech Limited, is in the midst of preparing the necessary application to the Financial Conduct Authority to seek its approval for the Group to commence businesses such as payment aggregation, electronic payments and e-remittance services in the United Kingdom" .. well, market participants, can quite understandably, get very carried away with such things. Why aren't Allenby trumpeting this one? They've no coverage that I can find & no one seems brave enough to make any sort of forecast other than myself but, below 20p this seems quite absurdly cheap for seemingly no good reason other than the searchlight has missed it & simply needs a few others to see the dramatic potential here. Anyway, am delighted to see there a few stale & probably rather myopic sellers about to oblige. A 'significantly ahead' statement, ahead of the FY20 Results, would not surprise me .. not that anyone is likely to have any clue as to what the expectations actually are, simply because none seem to have been made public.
markth126: Why is this share price so low at £10 mkt cap. Cash equivalents of 6m and making a £2m profit after tax ? What is not to like? I don't get it
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