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Rhythmone LSE:RTHM London Ordinary Share GB00BYW0RC64 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 183.00p 7,107 08:21:21
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181.00p 183.00p 187.00p 183.00p 187.00p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 182.0 -16.3 -18.3 - 141.89

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25/6/2018
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 183p.
Rhythmone has a 4 week average price of 177p and a 12 week average price of 157p.
The 1 year high share price is 445p while the 1 year low share price is currently 157p.
There are currently 77,535,770 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 238,574 shares. The market capitalisation of Rhythmone is £141,890,459.10.
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... ;-)
04/4/2018
18:01
borgioli: Digi, when a company allows the share price to drop to lower and lower levels without commenting on it, is not only a fiduciary issue but also a total disregard from management towards the owners (shareholders) of the company. Large funds and banks just play with other people's money. Letting your share price drop from 230p to 16p can hardly be seen as a stellar company management performance. Being rattled out of your holding or not has nothing to do with the share price/company performance from our beloved management.
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?....
22/3/2018
16:18
53tom: Based upon information I have, and here I am choosing my words carefully, it is very probable that the court case with Dataxu was not exactly as it superficially appeared. It has been suggested to me that there could well have been collusion between Dataxu and probably Tosca/ Singer, to undermine the Rhythmone share price when it started to get too high for their Tosca/ Singer plans. They get Rhythmone to instigate the court case by not paying their bills which then provides them with a smokescreen to maliciously spread a spurious counterclaim of hidden fees and false auction. The court case was kept bubbling along to undermine confidence in the share price and then, before it gets too serious and the job is done, the case is quickly and quietly settled. A quick, effective and very cheap way to lower the share price! For the lawyers, the above simply constitutes my own personal view.
18/3/2018
09:44
midasx: This price action is very reminiscent of 2010 leading up to year end figures. Standard Life were selling shares as the share price was bottoming out at around 10/12p if I remember correctly. I placed a £1000 per point position at 12p and when the figures came out made it £1600 per point. Unfortunately I took profit at around 25p and took the position to £200 per point. The share price just continued to rise and as we know went above £2.00 equivalent to £20.00 in todays money. The BOD directors at the time made no statement about the continued drop in the share price, but took the market by surprise with good news and profitable figures. The share price reacted accordingly. We could see a similar situation if the year end figures and forward looking statements are good enough. Todays share price is a complete misrepresentation of the value of the combined companies, undoubtedly brought about by market manipulation. You just need to be brave enough to take advantage and not worry about finding the absolute bottom ! If there was bad news sufficient to make the share price drop 50% in a matter of weeks, the company would have been required to inform the market! IMHO
12/3/2018
13:34
sikhthetech: JonC/gl, absolutely this thread is a free for all... and to show what posters are really like... This was interesting.. I mentioned I hold Pace shares and at the time I was looking to buy Blinkx... Posters telling me to ditch my largest holding as it's going down (old Technology etc) and buy Blnx.. Rinse and Spin safarinorman - 25 May 2011 - 18:47:52 - 34674 of 107028 BLINKX re-SEARCH (2009) - BLNX to sikhtetech, i reply to you with a bit of information, if you go to previous posts SC of Blinkx made a statement on =boxes= and my views are the same as his, the future will be technology built inside the TV at the manufacturing stage, that is what Blinkx and Samsung are doing, that is the future now. Sikhthetech would you want a new TV and hen have a separate box, you do not need the =box= with Blinkx although Blinkx will tie in with companies like Pace if asked. I am not saying that Pace will rise or fall. I used to work in the newspaper industry and we would say=that is a =plant= that is when a company gave a story to a newspaper to make the share price go up, and i strongly see this rumour of a takeover of Pace as a plant, and it is a dangerous thing to do, it can keep the share price up for a while but then when interest dies down the fall in the share price gets faster, the Pace management gave out the last news as a plant, but i saw other news of a major customer delaying their buy order for one year, Pace never said a word for ages, in my opinion the reasons for delays in orders and Pace cover up by continual producing items with no customers, was to hide the fact that some delays will be permanent and other customers will be offered the boxes that Pace have piled up at a reduced price, and the reason for the delays is so simple for me to understand =the technology that Blinkx has, makes the Pace box redundant. Pace it will be shown will to continue to be a serial disappointer in the long term. Long term Pace will go down it has old technology, long term Blinkx will go up it has new technology.
28/2/2018
16:42
rocket fuel: too many people around here have got it bad and are obsesed with a certain poster.. its not good, it clouds your judgement and uses up a lot of emotional energy. footy has the bull thread with some there hoping for £24 or more, and that's fine.. jonc has the bear thread.. he says "zero". and that's fine too. sikh does not give any direction of price, just comments on the current industry newsflow and state of affairs within the company in real time. its plain to see the share price is still reflecting those opinions as we speak. it does not matter how many people read sikhs thread.. he is not moving the share price, he is just saying what he sees.. what is right there in front of him in real time. only company news and numbers move the share price . you should all stop wasting time and energy worrying about other posters opinions moving the share price on these boards.
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