Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Motivcom Plc LSE:MCM London Ordinary Share AU000000MCM9 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.10p +0.26% 39.10p 38.20p 40.00p 39.10p 39.00p 39.00p 0 08:50:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 96.0 2.8 6.9 5.7 10.64

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Motivcom Daily Update: Motivcom Plc is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MCM. The last closing price for Motivcom was 39p.
Motivcom Plc has a 4 week average price of 36p and a 12 week average price of 33.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 44p while the 1 year low share price is currently 33.50p.
There are currently 27,215,907 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 8,454 shares. The market capitalisation of Motivcom Plc is £10,614,203.73.
boodgewoodge: the entire board should be hung up and left to dry for not investigating and disclosing this dismal share price on the jse even if as per usual they cant do anything about it
praipus: fus (floatupstream) I was hoping you were going to reveal a systematic approach to investing which lead to enormous wealth and happiness. Not misery and a lower share price:) Following Slaters in and out has been mostly profitable with only a few exceptions which of course this looks like one at the moment:(
bookworm1: So if you dont do indepth research how do you arrive at the conclusion that it is obviously undervalued? What are you using as your indicators of value? Just looking at the banking sector we have seen prices fall to levels not seen for a long time and people have been arguing that they were excellent value. Yet they continue to get savaged as more write offs are declared and their profits decline. Already some of the banks are starting to switch from paying dividends in cash to paying in shares which is just a con. If you step back and take a view that we aint seen nothing yet then be prepared to see some sectors take a beating. What worries me about this sector is that it gets mopped up with the advertising industry and it is often one of the first things to get cut back in a recession. Competition becomes intense and profit forecasts are slashed and staff have to be laid off. Only after there is blood on the walls does the share price tend to recover back. Also investors start to need their money so they pull it out of their investments so the price falls. Only when the cycle has been completed is it time to buy. Sorry if this sounds sanguine but in my opinion it is easier to lose money than make it which is why I am always cautious and like to get to know a company better before rushing into making an investment. My assessment of SGI was that it is a sound company but that has not stopped the share price from falling 30% in the last 12 months.
davidwilkin: is it a seller cleared, this may of been the drag on price on next to no selling for the last few weeks. i'm sure its going to be a positive for the share price. This has got to be 1 of the cheapest stocks on the market and a decent dividend yield too.
starwood: this looks like panic selling based on a falling share price no announcements. The broker is dropping price just to stop selling. Very crude market control. There has been no profit warning so at this price they look cheap. Numis annual notes are due soon and these could easily rebound back to 160 in a few months when results are out. I'm still in and might pick some more up at this price.
cgequityinvest: I bought in at circa £1.20 and still have a good regard for the company. Because of the general malaise in smaller company sentiment I called my borker and tried to sell 50% of my holding last week. The mid price was from memory then 124p - I was trying to sell 7000 shares. I was quoted £1.10 as a guide price to sell my 7000 shares - I declined. Since then the share price has declined on tiny volume and to my mind shows the concern of market makers getting caught with stock in what is n illiquid market and the poor sentiment for smaller company shares at present. Nothing I have heard suggests the company is about to issue a profit warning or is struggling. Yes, - they paid a high price for the recent acquisition but it is supposed to be earnings enhancing. Interesting times when a share price can decline circa 30% on little or no volume. they
cgequityinvest: It seems strange that with very low volumes the share price continues to creep up. I assume that the market meakers have a buyer in the wings and are trying to find some sellers? Any other views?
tole: Share price perking up a bit today.
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