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
  0.00 0.0% 5.05 4.60 5.50 5.05 5.05 5.05 200,000 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 2.7 0.5 0.4 11.5 7

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/3/2018
22:12
AGM today, did anyone go?
dibs61
12/3/2018
17:14
One Media tipped by Thisismoney today: http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/investing/article-5491117/SMALL-CAP-SHARE-IDEAS-One-Media-IP-Group.html
dibs61
01/3/2018
11:43
Thanks - interesting and good to see MI back after a year or so keeping his head down while the streaming change worked through the system. I think there could be lots of things happening in the next 18-24 months
harrogate
01/3/2018
10:51
hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Id54TUzXqN4
microscope
27/2/2018
01:20
I disagree with almost all of that lol - and could argue each point to the hills - provide stats, videos, books, endless examples to prove each point etc - but just too late. I can spot the reason why straight away - it's because of the scientific background - its well known engineers make rotten traders as they rationalise from a what should be fair, right & logical perspective. That entirely ignores the science of measuring swing price action - which ironically is a well defined science - a huge & thoroughly documented area - especially in the US. Look at Panmure - they nailed the target exactly - why? Its like pretending none of it exists. Anyway - it is a good share - and I wish you well. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galileo_Galilei
luckymouse
26/2/2018
23:39
Nobody is slagging off charting, but some are very sceptical (me for a start). I happen to think its mostly a self-fulfilling prophecy, partly because I have never seen or seen published anything approaching a statistical significant analysis of any aspect of charting. Perhaps it exists. Perhaps I have to pay to go on a course. With science of course, you don't have to pay to go on a course to find out that the Earth goes around the Sun. Part of my scepticism is because of the number of times a whole number price seems to present resistance or support. That is so arbitrary that I have concluded that its purely self-fulfilling. As a scientist I have considerable doubts that anything significant can be concluded from a share where small numbers of buys or sells can move the price significantly. That implies a lack of sufficient statistics on which to conduct any analysis. ie. there has to be a population of data sufficient to reach any significant conclusion. I have no doubt at all that there are some chartists who are skilled at prediction. However, it also seems that charts have been extrapolated by every man and his dog into areas where the conclusions cannot possibly stack up, because there is not sufficient data. That approach is rife across many fields and there is a massive amount of back-rationalisation. PS Fundamentals are facts, so you can't slag them off, although of course you can slag off forecasts and debate things like the rating. Charts are not facts though, so the debate starts from supposition.
yump
26/2/2018
22:07
Yes - good luck to all here - I think it's a goodie - my technical view is positive. Comments regarding adv TA simply an observation of how the city operates after yrs of chart study both here & US mkts. PM's prc trgt interesting & correlative. It is mildly annoying that some would prefer to poo poo those methods - chartists don't dismissively slag off fundamentalists even tho the evidence is that many a chart has slide to oblivion on that basis lol - the nasties only to emerge later. The fact is there are several disciplines & it is one's duty to learn & combine them all to be professional. The city does use TA in conjunction with fundamental sectoral & news analysis - quite simply because in between significant announcements - apart from some read across & broad mkt there's frankly little else to go on - essentially a yardstick is better than no yardstick at all! Each fib stage (and they can cascade indefinitely if a world disruptor - AMZN is up 1million percent since '97! sob sniff sigh) is simply that - a snapshot of that part of the life cycle. Having fwd sight of each stage highly useful. You then have the choice whether to ride that stage or whether to go for a larger multi year progress if the portents of a true disruptor (mass user take up) or extremely well managed growth co with strong fundamentals (hi prf%, lo dbt%, lo D&A, modest net assets, strong balance sheet, solid/expanding margin, clean acctg) happen to be present. Having that choice is empowering. Removing that choice is like deliberately putting on a blindfold. Putting on the blindfold whilst being rudely dismissive of others is effectively announcing that you couldn't be bothered to learn all the disciplines of the trade. ATB LM
luckymouse
26/2/2018
18:26
Firstly, well done to MI and team!!! Confirms that the business has indeed turned around per the 1st Nov 2017 trading update & pleased to see long term holders observe a significant recovery in the share price. Panmure Gordon have today raised their target price from 10p to 15p. I don’t believe Panmure have factored in any material revenue from TCAT or the Men & Motors development and clearly MI is hoping to utilise the experience of Michael Grade & Ivan Dunleavy to scale up the business further. Whether that be increasing their library or via acquisition, we’ll need to wait & see. Interestingly op margin up from 1% in 2016 to 13% in 2017. They were as high as 22% in 2014, so provides an indication of what PBT may be achievable if they can deliver increased revenue growth & op margins approaching this type of figure. Lastly,re. post 671 - While I welcome LuckyMouse’s enthusiasm, let’s remember this is a micro cap & very illiquid share. I don’t ever remember any technical analysis on this thread, probably because of this very fact. If I or a number of others decide to aggressively buy/sell tomorrow that would determine the share price given the liquidity issues here. I’m with yump in post 674...I’m looking for good companies where the risk/reward is skewed in my favour. May take weeks to unlock or years. MI & team unlocked value here a decade ago and many of us had loaded up at 1.5p - 3p & watched as it topped out at 20p. Let’s hope history is repeating itself ;-) Best to all holders. Kind regards, GHF
glasshalfull
26/2/2018
16:22
I don't mind. That's their job - I don't see them as opposition. My job is holding something good for long enough to see the portfolio totally transformed, which fortunately has happened enough times over the years. I suspect we might be entering a period when trading may give better returns than holding through a generally bullish market (which it isn't). I'm patient though. Come on folks, buy some shares here the skys the limit ;-)
yump
26/2/2018
16:14
Yes - it does drive the share price in the minds of pi's - in the meantime the city guys are watching the key levels & trading against you - prob explains those pesky 50% elasticity swings either side of fair value that all small caps have - but hey ho - it's only money.
luckymouse
26/2/2018
13:45
There was me thinking the business will drive the share price ;-) In three years, whether it flies through 100%, pulls back or consolidates or not in the next few months won't particularly bother me.
yump
26/2/2018
11:14
Technically, how it reacts at 100% (15p) will tell you if mr mkt agrees with your long term rationalising - if it rejects 100% its not ready yet or the UK mkt is risk off and may need to consolidate at supply after a multibagging rise - if it punches through 100% and acts as spt both the asset & the mkt are risk on and it will be ready for the next fib stage (trgt c.29p) - that assumes there's no local or mkt disruption event. So heavily stacked probabilities, risk mgt for any outcome, & appropriate asset allocation is prob the way to go - any investment or trade is simply a poker hand. Strong accumulation, trading update & fundamentals tells you the cards your holding are good & the probabilities are in your favor - but nothing more - the outcome is decided by the collective.
luckymouse
26/2/2018
10:27
Very pretty, but from an investment point of view to hold, I think its also important to note that OMIP has gone through a transformation. So hopefully the growth has much further to go than a business that had just recovered its earnings after some bad years. ie. its not just got some sales back that were lost - its embarked on a new growth path which fits with the way the market is going.
yump
26/2/2018
09:21
As this is fairly tech/digital perhaps it will get picked up in a few news articles - its fairly 'on-trend'.
yump
26/2/2018
07:53
Excellent indeed michaelmouse and as yump said this is just the start :-)
cheshire man
26/2/2018
07:48
Love Michael Infante's commentary. A man of wit and intelligence.
michaelmouse
26/2/2018
07:40
hTTp://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/news/market-news/market-news-detail/OMIP/13544913.html Excellent results. Back on their profitable growth track with no debt and very pleasing cash generation. Already more than bagged for me, and short, medium and long term there appears far more to come. Streaming music has now clearly reached its inflection point.
michaelmouse
26/2/2018
07:30
Nice statement - optimistic outlook, so focus will move to coming year's forecast which puts the rating on that of a boring utility, when it should be a lot more, especially as it looks like this is just the start.
yump
21/2/2018
17:18
Exactly dibs. It's a stock for holding. And leaving for a while. Although Traditional music revenues are down from what they used to be, this new copyright tool will make up for that in the long run. It just needs its time to prove and be accepted properly, then omip will be able to start gathering more meaningful income from it once the big labels start being able to quantify the value to them from lost business due to copyright infringements and unauthorised sales, playbacks, etc.
apfindley
21/2/2018
13:15
Looks like one or two traders chanced their arm yesterday and sold out this morning. Do your research this is NOT a trading stock.
dibs61
21/2/2018
11:27
Luckily ? I decided to believe the November update (turning point etc.) and combined with the long flat share price that prompted me to buy quite a few back then. No selling for me until the rating catches up significantly with the forecasts - assuming they come to pass of course, but I think they are quite old and possibly subject to being upgraded. Plus of course if they start delivering growth a lot more notice will be taken by other investors.
yump
21/2/2018
10:27
Yes I dont think tcat will add any meaningful revenue for this year, but the future potential is good. If you already hold, I would hang onto your shares.
apfindley
21/2/2018
10:17
Quite happy with looking forward to the forecast for coming year, which gives a very modest rating, while starting to grow fast. I'm assuming forecasts don't yet have anything in for TCAT.
yump
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