Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Peoples Op LSE:TPOP London Ordinary Share GB00BSJWQH14 ORD GBP0.0005
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.005p +4.26% 0.1225p 0.115p 0.13p 0.13p 0.115p 0.1175p 323,302,386 12:49:30
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 3.4 -8.6 -9.0 - 3.68

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18/1/201812:32TPOP Either way, it's priced to pop, but in which direction?484
26/4/201614:13The People's Operator plc18

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Peoples Op Daily Update: Peoples Op is listed in the Mobile Telecommunications sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TPOP. The last closing price for Peoples Op was 0.12p.
Peoples Op has a 4 week average price of 0.09p and a 12 week average price of 0.09p.
The 1 year high share price is 10.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.09p.
There are currently 3,004,804,182 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 175,876,393 shares. The market capitalisation of Peoples Op is £3,680,885.12.
timeforchange: Lol only morons I can see are the ones at the Company who frittered away cash of 20m and brought the share price down from 130p to 0.1p...
timmythedog: So, Kavi, your view is apparently that the company should tailor its announcement schedule solely to suit your preferred timetable and should ensure that any announcements are designed specifically to ramp the share price so that you can cash out your holding? Glad that’s now clear. I thought Nick’s replies were very helpful and honest. Pity you are just interested in getting the share price up as quickly as possible so you can dump your stock.
swizz: B1904, Shareholders and “suddenly drop” is very apt being in the same sentence, as one thing is for sure, that there is a very real possibility, when the shares start trading again, there will be another sudden drop, what I find completely mystifying is how defensive you are of the incumbent management team, considering they have overseen a circa 9000% reduction in the share price in approximately 3 years, whilst at the same time burning through circa £25m of shareholders funds, what makes you believe that the team have now developed the business acumen and operational capability to finally turn this around?, I would also add, that I sincerely do hope they are able to turn it around, as the business model does have a certain appeal, but to date they have fundamentally failed to demonstrate that it could be both sustainable and more importantly profitable, which in a lot of respects is completely contradictory to their CSR modus operandi,.....GL S
luckymouse: I disagree - I think the fact that he's stepping down to ned and letting a more experienced specialist come in as chairman says he doesn't have the specific telecoms industry skills to run/chair it. And the wealthy Rosenfeld family who own 30% have planted Juliet Rosenfeld (a business psychologist & widow of founder Andrew Rosenfeld) on the board - which could partially be interpreted as the bod have cultural issues. You can tell from the TPO website - its slightly amateur - the 'About' section invites you too to click on links to select your charity or plan - the links don't work - and the site is a bit all over the place The FD stepped down - never a good sign They reported expected yearly revenue projections of 8.1m shortly thereafter Then the interims suddenly had a very different tone - the CEOs report by Epstein actually smelt of fear I thought. Then they started cutting core wages & fundraising between the directors like crazy because the cash burn rate is just way higher than the cash they have on the nr term balance sheet. And the most recent report says they expect revenue to be 3.6m (less than half) - and the new Chair is joining in with the endless director funding. It costs you a 100k to 1m quid to work here! The massive drop in expected revs because they had to cut half the plans which were loss making or where they were getting ripped off with phone tethering tricks etc. (one guy in a student house signs up for an unlimited deal & shares his access with all his house mates). Rookie director mistakes. Basically its a nice idea - but is literally bleeding like a stuck pig. It prob needed A) a lot more start up capital realistically B) the deal proposition to be slightly less generous/benevolent - it was/is on the edge of a give away (the UK high st deals have also become more competitive since the IPO) C) a lot lot more marketing - whos heard of it? Needs 1m+, not 100k customers D) to be run from the very off by hard core life long telecoms specialists - not wealthy charity fund raisers making rookie mistakes. The recent blip up may reflect the arrival of this months funding round combined with an actual Telecoms expert lol. But brutal marketing & brutal financial controls & in particular margin control is what's needed - and needed urgently. I don't see talk in the reporting of how long it will take to get to breakeven with the new plans & exactly how much cash is required to get there - that's the key issue isn't it? I love the concept but the juries out as to whether this new chair (& no FD!) can overcome the big shareholder personalities/celebrities & introduce with vigour those business disciplines. A placing or two due I suspect.
x54v: Director happy to take £167,800 worth of shares at 5p. That's a fair chunk. Loads of upside on the chart.
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