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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
One Media Ip Group Plc LSE:OMIP London Ordinary Share GB00B1DRDZ07 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.10 -1.37% 7.20 6.90 7.50 7.30 7.00 7.30 18,636 16:27:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 3.5 0.5 0.3 21.2 15

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
06/11/2013
11:49
Any chance of posting it capt?
slavy
06/11/2013
11:25
Long positive tip in Pennysleuth
capt bligh
01/11/2013
12:54
crich. - If you look at ISDX you can see that most of today's trades are sells, but there are other imponderables: most trades are 12000 blocks, and OMIP doesn't normally trade like this. Is this an intermediary offloading for a client? Or MMs switching stuff about, dropping the price in the hope of tempting more sellers? (My records show that over the past month there are buys of more than a million to cover!) Or it could simply be that some don't want to hold post-results - more fools them! j
jswjsw
01/11/2013
12:45
Delayed trades can look like buys when they're not crichtoa. And it's understandable that a few will be lured by the quick buck angle, the mms needed a proper tree shake to try and scare some out, but anyone imho looking at the slightly longer picture will see the opportunities this price presents, which I've hopefully outlined above. I think the dividend will continue to grow personally, given this company does care about its shareholders and has such a strong cash position.
microscope
01/11/2013
11:37
why is this dropping when there are still way more buys than sells ??
crichtoa
01/11/2013
10:22
Dividend is 0.077 pence. It is remarkable that a young business growing at a pace is paying a dividend. Whilst they do have a sizable cash holding, they are prudently conserving it for future acquisitions. I think we will have to accept that the dividend yield will fall over the next few years as our capital increases.
nextlink
01/11/2013
10:15
I thought fair value on projections was around 15p at the time of float - without further acquisitions, and given the very strong balance sheet, lack of debt, profits, business model and divvy. The business model is being recognized at last imho for its strength, and imho beautiful simplicity and effectiveness (and the extension to existing deals is imho further confirmation of that) - and at this level i am more than happy to hold as I can only see overall upside over the next 12 months from profitability and acquisitions. The one thing we are lacking is that killer acquisition as yet, but given our relationship with The Orchard and so many leading internet names, I guess that could come anytime given the strong cash balances and balance sheet. When that acquisition comes, (when not if in my opinion) then i think 25p will be easily acheieveable. Those who rushed to take a profit at 10p or so after float, i hope they made enough to cover what would have been their gains here, but anyone selling now imho might well be faced with a similar thought within the next 6-12 months imho!
microscope
01/11/2013
09:14
Quite right - read it as 0.77p per share
slavy
01/11/2013
09:10
Steady as she goes I would say but slightly disappointing since I thought the recent dramatic rise might have been based on a sizeable deal but no indication of one in that RNS. I feel these are plenty high enough for now ( but then I said that at 7p!!!)
harrogate
01/11/2013
09:00
What about 0.45% div.
14stuart
01/11/2013
08:29
Can only buy 1600 online at the mo. Nice update today, approx 4.5% divi should help underpin the share price
slavy
01/11/2013
07:18
Nice trading update
the shuffle man
01/11/2013
01:36
The spread has narrowed a lot now so we can expect new buyers now.
pjhutchy
31/10/2013
09:04
Shame the thread in Fool never really took off... 1.75p in June 2010... ;) HTTP://boards.fool.co.uk/one-media-publishing-plusompp-11940489.aspx?sort=whole#12047794
microscope
30/10/2013
22:30
After significant moves in the last week surely some of you must have it in your top tens...? So if OMIP is in your top ten you may want to join in completing this ...http://www.freesharedata.com/top-ten-table
davidosh
30/10/2013
13:44
Sizable buy at 13:24:38 76,000 at 17.0308 pence. On most sites recorded as a Sell. Sure it was a buy, as was a 53,000 trade on Monday. Further investigation. Was offered 17.10 pence for 50K dummy trade. So possible those trades were sells. Which is extremely bullish. Results now around six weeks away.
nextlink
30/10/2013
13:23
Yes they may be trying to fill an order. I've tried various trade amounts and finally bought 15K at 17.2pence. Larger trades quoted at prices I didn't want to pay.
nextlink
30/10/2013
13:22
Spot on JS And it didnt work Up we go again
the shuffle man
30/10/2013
13:04
... I think this is known as a tree-shake. MMs marking the price down with NO SELLS AT ALL!!
jswjsw
29/10/2013
16:10
Nice to see the buyers continuing. 20 pretty soon at this rate!
jswjsw
25/10/2013
12:54
this is looking very strong in the last few days...
janeann
22/10/2013
21:07
All about MOS Nothing to do with OMIP
nextlink
22/10/2013
20:37
apologies my prior posting was not for this bb
propercharlie
21/10/2013
14:34
jamielein I've been in profit, got greedy and seen a profit turn into a large loss. You've doubled your money and can select another winner or perhaps two winners.
nextlink
21/10/2013
14:31
When tipped most shares from my experience go up one day and down the next. This appears to be steadily upwards day after day. Major shareholders, including Helium,hold 62.86% and that is after Hugh Bett sold almost half his stake. So 37.14% available - I've been adding and not tempted to sell any yet. I first bought in December 2010 and intend to keep most long term. I rather think it's a deal on the way Prelims due early December.
nextlink
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