Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Rhythmone LSE:RTHM London Ordinary Share GB00BYW0RC64 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +6.00p +3.19% 194.00p 38,434 14:07:27
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
190.80p 193.80p 194.60p 188.00p 190.00p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 182.00 -16.33 -18.29 151.3

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20/8/2018
09:20
Rhythmone Daily Update: Rhythmone is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RTHM. The last closing price for Rhythmone was 188p.
Rhythmone has a 4 week average price of 186.20p and a 12 week average price of 162p.
The 1 year high share price is 420p while the 1 year low share price is currently 157p.
There are currently 77,982,637 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 51,344 shares. The market capitalisation of Rhythmone is £151,286,315.78.
11/8/2018
15:15
rocket fuel: please read all slowly barky, and don't say a word yet. now barky, to bring some clarity to this situation. we have two separate claims going on here. 1) first of all, the Edelman click fraud. I can confirm that I stand by Edelmans findings and I'm in agreement that click fraud was committed at blnx at that time, as he outlined and proved in his blog. So, I am keen for the company to take this case on in the high courts, if they think that my acceptance of Edelmans findings are damaging. then lets go ahead, get all previous founders and board members, as well as yourself and your scaffolders to court and bash it out. I welcome that. 2) second, the other claim here, is the one you bring up about the current company rthm. now barky, as you know, I have said over the past couple of years, perhaps 8 to 10 times that rthm are squeaky clean (so clean, that they cant make profits, compared to zango days) just two weeks ago I gave them the squeakiest cleanest review, here on these boards, remember barky? you loved it so much and reposted it several times, saying it was the best ramp for you and the company ever. well barky, at the same time over the past 18 months, you, have been drip feeding, hinting, guessing, nudge nudge, wink, winking at "hidden profits" so, therefore barky, as you have been drip feeding this into all the readers, the holders and any newbies, they will all be thinking, everything will be great when these hidden profits show up on the books and the share price will multi-bag.. yes, barky? now barky, at the same time it has entered my mind, that, if they are hiding "real profits", therefore, that equals a fake, ponzi, company surely anyone would agree with that assumption, don't you think barky, and co? you actually drip fed into my mind, and others, spread out over 18 months, that they are hiding profits, hoping it will ramp your share price up. so, after the last couple of years, of me thinking, and saying they were squeaky clean. I then posted just 4 days ago that, therefore, if they are possibly hiding real profits, like you keep insinuating, then you are invested in a fake, ponzi company!.. do you get it barky? you handcrafted all your own written material, and posted on these boards, of hidden profits. I therefore, shout fake and ponzi!.. do you understand barky? anyway, I am now going to post a few of your assumptions, guesses, maybes, nudge nudge, wink wink posts.. don't say a word yet barky, please read slowly and digest all of this and then answer my question in the post that follows it.
01/8/2018
16:07
rocket fuel: really footy? and what use is 8 rank when it has absolutely no correlation with the real time rthm share price? they are running as fast as they can, just to stand still footy. the losses will widen and the share price will go down. rthm will eventually disappear from the market altogether, with no compensation for the beloved family of shareholders!
17/7/2018
23:29
midasx: Agree Digi, In the real world we are an American Tech Company who have just produced some very good results with a new management team geared up to cutting costs and increasing income in the high growth market that we operate. The YUME acquisition has given us a lead in the high value video, CTV field and in the real world the RTHM share price would be tracking the performance of the Nasdaq. Unfortunately for now we are not operating in the real world, but maybe we are about to catch up some of the lost ground!
17/7/2018
20:15
1gw: Some good feedback on the AGM and nice to see the shareprice moving back up. I would add that Singer was fairly clearly there on sufferance. He really struggled to show even polite interest in some of the questions from the floor (dividends, share price recovery, BM's compensation) and seemed to have 2 fallbacks - first express sympathy and blame the previous management team (e.g. BMs compensation) and if that didn't work then resort to "I thank you for your question. Next?" When I followed up afterwards in the (short) informal session it was clear he's there to make the business work, not to massage the shareprice. On questions around getting a more effective (institutional) investor relations department set up he wasn't interested - "we'll be judged on whether we hit our numbers" was his approach. And in that context he is thinking of profit rather than revenue - he doesn't seem to get that the lowering of consensus revenue numbers following R1's statements on "fully in line with current consensus estimates" could be interpreted negatively. His attitude was that of course they're going to shut down marginal revenue if it makes business sense. My interpretation is that he is really not bothered about short-term share price performance. He's got what he wants - control of the business - and now he has to deliver what is expected by those who helped him get it - business success. If he does that he'll get the share price back to his entry point (the £3.75 price used as the basis of the merger) and beyond. And fairly clearly I think he and Bonney have their eyes on the sort of multiples to initial share price that Bonney reeled off as evidence of his track record. So I don't think we can expect much in the way of near-term "crowd-pleasing" moves, whether that's share buybacks or something like a capital markets day. But we can expect absolute focus on getting the company into shape and with Bonney we have someone who has done it before and appears very confident that he knows how to do it here. In my view this is the right team for the right moment in the company's development.
10/7/2018
14:13
sikhthetech: so ALL those placings were HIGHER than the current share price of 175p... with the 04/12/13 showing a heft 90%+++ loss... imagine RTHM management doing a massive placing for the share price to fall by 70%... oh they did and beat it with a MASSIVE 90%+++ loss ... funny that
18/6/2018
11:30
leluot3: "I believe the low share price is due to: • Lingering uncertainty of the Yume deal and integration – which should lessen over the coming months • The sector issues experienced at the beginning of the year – which have already recovered. • Plus the usual share price shenanigans." Unbelieveable An share price falls from £20 to £2 and the explanation is provided above!!!!
20/5/2018
21:53
1gw: Phil - why is the share price so low? Personally I think it comes down to track record and credibility of R1 management with institutional investors. In 2014 we saw droves of institutions selling down or out as the share price fell and R1 failed to provide the market with a convincing reason to stay invested. Particularly notable was Oppenheimer who publicly supported blinkx but eventually sold down saying something like they had to do so to protect investors in case they were wrong about blinkx. Fast forward 3 or 4 years and R1 appears to be building an institutional base again. But then the share price starts heading south. Brokers are enthusiastic but R1 management apparently unwilling or unable to talk the share price up. Cogefi, who like Oppenheimer before them had been cheerleading for R1, lose their nerve, change the managers of their funds and start selling down their R1 position aggressively. In the absence of sufficient institutional buying this keeps a lid on the share price post-TU. Some of those who appeared to be the biggest supporters of R1 (Oppenheimer, Manek, Cogefi) appear to have been hung out to dry. Other institutional fund managers take note, I suspect. So many institutions have already been burnt holding blinkx/R1, others have followed the story. I think for many, they now need to see convincing evidence that the financials really are positive and heading more positive before committing funds. I hope this time the brokers are right and management can deliver. I think R1 have basically done what they said they would over the last 2 or 3 years. And I think I might see Singer's hand in the guidance in the last TU. But I fully understand why many institutional fund managers need more than this. So, for the nth time, here we (long-term holders) are, hoping that R1 deliver with the next update in terms of giving the market convincing guidance on a profitable near-term future.
27/4/2018
21:31
sikhthetech: ONE week ago... well written post... Last Fri share price closed 210p today share price closed 220p up 10p or around 4%... and just 1 month before the results... I'm sure not many posters would post such resounding confidence and then ONE week later, when share price has hardly moved and no news, sell some. Didn't you believe your own optimism? 1gw - 19 Apr 2018 - 22:52:23 - 13673 of 13807 RhythmOne - 2016 a new beginning - RTHM Fleshed out optimism then. They have basically delivered over the last 2 years in my opinion. If you look at the trends they are exciting, albeit starting from a low base. If I have the numbers right, some key metrics are: Revenues: FY16 $167m FY17 $175m (including discontinued ops) FY18 $255m Adjusted EBITDA: FY16 -$10m FY17 +$1m FY18 +$14m Profit/Loss: FY16 -$92m FY17 -$19m FY18 -$?m {-$8m in 1H) Cash from operations: FY16 -$6m (Net cash used in operating activities) FY17 -$6m FY18 +$7m (corrected) If I then look at the specific "guidance" for FY18, a year ago, before RadiumOne and YuMe, they pointed to the "consensus" estimates of $220m revenue and $15.1m adjusted EBITDA. Revenue guidance Radium One did $20m in financial 2Q, so maybe $40m in 3Q+4Q, $60m for FY18. YuMe was doing around $40m/quarter, so maybe $25m in Feb-Mar So adding $220m+$60m+25m, you get to about $305m Even allowing for some closing down of "non-core" in RadiumOne and YuMe it seems they've come in a bit light on revenue compared to the original consensus. Adjusted EBITDA guidance RadiumOne was originally expected to be adj EBITDA neutral over the first 12 months, but then they said synergy delivery was behind schedule. So we can expect an adj EBITDA loss from RadiumOne in the FY18 numbers. YuMe was adjusted EBITDA profitable, so this would help to offset the RadiumOne loss. It seems to me they must have come close to guidance (adjusted for acquisitions) on adjusted EBITDA Plus they've done 2 major acquisitions in the year. So light on revenue, close on adjusted EBITDA and 2 acquisitions. But the acquisitions give them scale, so the revenue miss is outweighed (I would say) by the acquired revenue and improved profitability going forward. So I'd say a resounding success for FY18. Sort of guided, came reasonably close to guidance and also delivered 2 big acquisitions which vastly increase scale. Then on cash, they're actually significantly operating cashflow positive it appears, which would be a huge change and testament (so far) to the logic of the scale-giving acquisitions. But the real reason for optimism is the actual guidance for FY19. No longer just pointing to consensus but stating that they believe they "are well-positioned to deliver a further strong performance in FY2019 - fully in line with current consensus estimates in market" And as others have posted market estimates (Whitman Howard, Numis) are mouth-watering. And all that against the background of a huge sell off in the share price over the last year - which must have left many shareholders fearing that the TU would reveal an obvious (in hindsight) reason for the sell off. How's that for considered optimism? .No advice intended of course and please do your own research.
27/4/2018
19:08
sikhthetech: The Numis tp is around 2.5 x the current share price and you decided to sell some... and a week after saying "So I'd say a resounding success for FY18. Sort of guided, came reasonably close to guidance and also delivered 2 big acquisitions which vastly increase scale. Then on cash, they're actually significantly operating cashflow positive it appears, which would be a huge change and testament (so far) to the logic of the scale-giving acquisitions. But the real reason for optimism is the actual guidance for FY19. No longer just pointing to consensus but stating that they believe they "are well-positioned to deliver a further strong performance in FY2019 - fully in line with current consensus estimates in market" And as others have posted market estimates (Whitman Howard, Numis) are mouth-watering. And all that against the background of a huge sell off in the share price over the last year - which must have left many shareholders fearing that the TU would reveal an obvious (in hindsight) reason for the sell off. How's that for considered optimism?" Why not show conviction and wait until the results day or the share price gets closer to the 'mouth watering' tp... After all how many other shares do you know where the tp is 2.5 times the current share price and you're very optimistic on... ;-)
28/3/2018
15:20
sikhthetech: "if share Buy Back was announced the share price would rocket" You need cash to do a buy back, don't you??? How much have 1R got? "current price is artificially low" Why is it artificially low? It's around 1/2 this years, fy2018, revenue.. 1/2 current revenue expectation is about the price RF, Tremor etc were sold at? and that's before allowing for GDPR, ads.txt, fee transparency, fallout from DataXu court case, etc, etc IF 1R announce solid results to back up their bullish comments then the share price will take care of itself... Imo, I think it's fairly priced and maybe worth a punt soon... digitalis28 Mar '18 - 13:59 - 4034 of 4035 0 1 2 Can we ask to what/who does it benefit down here at these levels? <...>I wouldn’t be remotely interested in selling any at this price......there appears to be no shorts closing at this level as volume is negligible..... If a share buyback was announced the share price would rocket as once again I feel the company couldn’t even get its hands on stock sub £2-£2.50....so current price is artificially low and nobody could act on it. The only reasonable explanation I can come up with is a potential acquirer gains by ending up with a better average price the longer this goes on to base a multiple of bid?....
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