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% 5.50 5.00 6.00 5.50 5.50 5.50 309 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 2.7 0.5 0.4 12.5 7

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16/4/2013
07:26
Quite a supportive item on the BBC http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-22064353
briangeeee
15/4/2013
11:40
Young companies always have such fluctuations as their costs move up and downa nd things settle down imho. Anyway what a lovely touch, opening the LSE on Thursday which will at least get us noticed, even if for only a moment, with the people who matter, the investment community, traders and market makers. They might even take a cursory look to find out more, let's hope so. And our name might just register on their psychey whenever there's news, something most AIM stocks do struggle with. it's not exactly going to send us into orbit or do wonders, but I just love the idea. Bravo!
microscope
14/4/2013
07:20
I hope you are right .. I still don't understand why you wouldn't be concerned that a growth stock didn't grow from H1 to H2 last year.
harrogate
13/4/2013
11:24
Fair do, possibly a bit of teasing on both sides. ;) It's just that I'm not worried if profits don't go up in a straight line. i wouldn't expect it either, they said staff would rise from 9 to 12-13 in the next financial year. that and the AIM move will doubtless take up a bit of profit and/or of the 750k raised, but still leave headroom for acquisitions. I'm not overly concerned about H1 to H2 differences. Also advisors like Tavistock have been taken on, they have to be paid for.The fact that anyone pays well above share price for shares is surely an indication that overall ongoing profit growth is on the cards. We've been undervalued for so long, so what if we were to get a bit ahead of 'perceived' fair value for a while and new investors will hopefully understand the longer term picture and pay above current 'fair' because they like a clean balance sheet, cash in bank, prospect of growing profits, recurring revenues, divvies and cherry picked earnings enhancing acquisitions. And being 'above par' for a while? Our long suffering patience hitherto deserves it!!
microscope
13/4/2013
06:55
I feel you are teasing me!!! I don't know the answer since I don't know what 2013 and 2014 will look like in EPS terms. I certainly wouldn't be buying at the current price until it becomes clearer. My concerns/uncertainties are that we seemed to have little sales growth from H1 to H2 last year and I understand that there is no seasonality involved. Why was that. They went on a spending spree in H1 2012 including $400k in May on rights. Maybe it takes a full 6 months to see these monetised and so it will show in H1 this year. We usually get told by those companies leaving AIM that it costs £100k + a year to be on AIM. If that is right and with the new shares we might struggle to show EPS growth this year. if that was to happpen we are on a rating as BG above calculated of 17 x 2013 I think that could be more than high enough for now.
harrogate
12/4/2013
16:06
harrogate, sure we'd all like to know, what is your fair value please, and what criteria have you used to reach it?
microscope
11/4/2013
12:37
Fully diluted, using historic earnings and forward shares, including to-be-issued, they'll be on a P/E of 17.3. Obviously that's a fairly unfair number, and the new broker's note will provide some better figures. I suspect when they're AIM listed, they might look to using debt to leverage their rights purchasing ability, or use some form of vendor financing, whereby they have less up-front costs to finance. Now that they a proven track record of monetising assets, this may be more attractive to rights owners. (Just guessing)
briangeeee
11/4/2013
12:14
A doubling of share price in a year wouldn't surprise me. I wonder if there will be an interesting RNS issued to coincide with the entry to AIM on 18th April?
meadow2
11/4/2013
11:48
Think i read that post before i clicked on it, 'knowing you' (in the most respected way) from past stocks such as JCR and GSC! ;) And i suspect you already know the answer, as long as you have stripped out cash which will be over 1 million post funding, bear in mind no debt or gearing and factor in dividends and future growth! Profit was 339k which would give a current snapshot p/e of about 15 if you ignore all the other good bits. That's at 8p of course. Do we compare it to miners with grotesque valuations on AIM that will likely never produce anything, or sector stocks that may have stopped growing, or some meaningless other sector comparisons? A p/e is as I've debated with you a few times a grossly overrated 'indicator' for such a 'young' company, that will go up and down erratically short term as new staff are taken on, new deals bedded in and profits grow whether in one or 3 years. My target of 10p originally I now believe will be closer to 15p within a year or thereabouts, however if that sits uncomfortably with you, I'm sure you'll find a lower p/e somewhere else! ;) please nothing intended personally, just explaining my view. When i first started researching the market, over 20 years since, I used newspaper p/es. I bought a few but quickly found they were low for a reason, and often I lost money, while watching the higher p/es keep on going up! (in my entirely personal opinion one of the biggest problems T1Ps have had over the years is that they cottoned on to low p/e far too often as a primary reason to buy, hence why they bought some right duds). Quality in the end (of management, demand and products) is what decides a rating, not what other companies are doing.
microscope
11/4/2013
11:13
When you say rerate what rating do we think it will be on at 8p? Thanks
harrogate
11/4/2013
10:59
This time next week Rodney.... :) Well not millionaires but hopefully substantially higher ;). Old maxim sometimes better to travel than arrive, however after any initial over-reaction, (either way), once it settles down and hopefully with a bit of publicity and maybe a nice deal not long after AIM move, very hopeful we will re-rate nicely higher.
microscope
10/4/2013
07:52
Surprising that any company would allow any of their material on the spam site directorstalk. Perhaps they just don't know about them.
briangeeee
09/4/2013
09:56
Wonder what he has planned....obviously some juicy plums out there. Agree I though he came across as extremely well informed and "on the case". Looks like the 3.5 divi is going to be maintained. What did he say a hundred million minutes of viewing already since may last year ... is that a lot? not sure in the cyber world.
capt bligh
08/4/2013
14:59
Michael presented very well indeed.
briangeeee
08/4/2013
12:42
One Media iP chief says AIM fundraising "pretty much achieved" Michael Infante, Chairman & Chief Executive of One Media iP (LON:OMIP), tells Proactive Investors the music and video rights group has "fairly much" completed the fundraising phase of its April 18 move up to AIM. "Seven hundred and fifty thousand pounds was the target we set out, and this has been pretty much achieved," he adds. http://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/stocktube/1895/one-media-ip-chief-says-aim-fundraising-pretty-much-achieved--1895.html
ceohunter
04/4/2013
06:58
GHF, I figured that about a min after I posted, hence changing my post and making yours look nonsensical ;) Thanks
stegrego
04/4/2013
06:45
Steg - Just reiteration of AIM schedule 1 announcement. £750k placing at 8p --- Number of securities to be admitted: 64,003,698 Issue price £0.08 Capital to be raised on admission: £0.75 million Anticipated market capitalisation on admission: £5.1 million --- Regards, GHF
glasshalfull
04/4/2013
06:35
Not looked in here for a while and woah the price has shot up. Good to see the predicted AIM rise going to plan. If only every share was this easy to predict and if only I'd actually bought a load more....!
stegrego
02/4/2013
16:15
Very little stock about. Regards, GHF
glasshalfull
02/4/2013
15:54
bid 6.25 offer 7.25... not bad
capt bligh
01/4/2013
13:27
That's part of the reason why when the company lists on AIM that they should be traded on the SETSmm exchange. That way you can place your orders where you like, and the spread will be as tight as those who want buy and sell desire it to be. Of course the market makers will want it listed on the old SEAQ system because that maximises their cut, and ensures a large take on every trade. They normally use fallacious arguments based on liquidity. Using the SEAQ exchange means we're little better than being listed on ISDX. SETSqx is an alternative, but the auction order book is less visible to retail investors, although it does function quite well.
briangeeee
01/4/2013
12:57
In the past, Plus marketmakers have - sometimes - discouraged all trading by widening the spread ludicrously when they know a company is on the move to AIM. No reason to think that will (or won't) happen here, but i wouldn't be surprised in the least if it was some nonsense, like 6.5 to 8.5 tomorrow. I agree with others, i see no problem with 8p+ valuation. We have suffered with being way too low for years. It's not just about current p/e either, cash etc, this has all the hallmarks of a growth stock for years to come. All imho!
microscope
31/3/2013
12:20
I'd agree; which is probably why they're starting at 8p rather than 6p. Even at 8p they're not on a demanding PE, and considering the growth and lack of debt, they do seem like a buy.
jamielein
31/3/2013
11:22
At the moment, One Media is a company with a fully diluted PE of 9.6, already making good profits, cash rich, paying dividends and has no debt. After floatation on AIM, there will be a further £750,000 in the till to finance future expansion; surely a buy rather than a sell?
meadow2
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