Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Time Out Group LSE:TMO London Ordinary Share GB00BYYV0629 ORD GBP0.001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 81.50p 80.00p 83.00p 81.50p 81.50p 81.50p 0 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 44.4 -26.3 19.0 4.3 109.70

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06/9/2018
09:42
vilage_idoit - a short at this level is very brave. If those were your views it should have been a short at a break of 125 with a closure on the bit of a rally at just above 80. I don't have a position (apart from through OCI) but it seems to be a company undergoing an interesting transition that could well pay off taking a several year view. With regard to salaries I don't know how many hours per year they work but if full time they are not particularly excessive.
salchow
04/9/2018
11:57
Gone short here. What an absolute crock this is. Directors' salaries totaled almost £2m last year and despite one director less this year it's still nearly £2m. Julio Bruno gives himself a £300k salary and a £297k bonus - up £24k from last year despite having achieved very little. Richard Boult went from £133k salary and £67k bonus to £200k salary and almost £100k bonus. Christine Pietersen gets £276k plus a (thoroughly deserved, I'm sure) £260k bonus. All of this doesn't include share options for all three. Time Out had cash of £19.3m as of 31 December 2017 yet burned through £24.6m and a comprehensive loss of just under £30m. Do the maths! No idea why this is a £110m market cap. They will need to raise, and in its current valuation it is massively overvalued. Given my short position I am obviously biased, but if you are considering investing here I'd look how much the directors earn and how much shares they actually bought with their own money. Is there really not a better company out of the 2,000+ listed on the stock market to invest in? @vilage_idoit
vilage_idoit
08/6/2018
10:13
Mmmm .... today's AGM statement was a bit "short and sweet" and not one for making the ducks fly off the water, is my feeling. f
fillipe
11/5/2018
10:31
As at 21-3-2018 Report, OCI, Woodford, Invesco and Insight = 90.31%, so so heavy burning going on for all of those. Difficult to know how this will go as it's such an odd mix and nothing available by way of forecasts, other than from Liberum and their number must now be being hugely questioned. f
fillipe
10/5/2018
12:09
OCI's NAV being pruned yet again as TMO (their largest holding) falls another 6% today - something rather wrong here perhaps...certainly the share price performance rather concerning. Chart not a pretty sight: free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
skyship
10/5/2018
10:09
Best bid/ask now ....95p v 100p. No surprises there at the falling off the cliff. f
fillipe
05/5/2018
13:36
The IC of 6-4-2018 dedicated 2/3rds of a whole page to them....BUY @ 130p.....they were obviously over-excited by the foodie bit of the business. At the end of the article they qualify the BUY in the numbers table with an earlier mention of it being "a speculative and risky buy", but it would have been easy to just focus only on the finale... BUY mention. I'm only voyeur at TMO for now, and possibly so forever. f
fillipe
05/5/2018
12:48
Liberum's method of valuation is ridiculous IMO. But what do you expect.. I guess they were involved with the float? I recall that TMO weren't profitable over Liberum's forecast period IIRC and so how do you value this? It's a massive guess
pireric
05/5/2018
12:22
Thanks, pireric - my view the same. 24-1-2018 Liberum gave it a tp of 195p...looks as though we'll shortly be looking at a half of that. Seems to me that too much optimism is given to their new Food Markets - a vg idea but not enough to improve the overall group picture, I feel. f
fillipe
04/5/2018
22:17
Crazy valuation. That's the crux IMO
pireric
02/5/2018
09:53
A generally downward drift with this one Whatever small about of bullishness there was a month or so ago now seems to have evaporated....unsurprisingly so,imo. Anyone with a view. pls? Thanks. f
fillipe
04/8/2016
09:53
Not sure how the shareholders managed to float this junk but i guess they deserve some credit for that I bet they can't wait for the lock up agreements to end :)
spob
04/8/2016
09:50
From the Admission Doc The Group has incurred net losses in recent years and may not be profitable in the future The Group incurred losses before income tax of £12.6 million and £21.0 million for the financial years ended 31 December 2014 and 31 December 2015, respectively. Although the Group’s revenue increased from £26.9 million in the financial year ended 31 December 2014 to £28.5 million in the financial year ended 31 December 2015, the Group may not be able to maintain the rate of its revenue growth in future periods as a result of a variety of factors, including increased competition and the maturation of the business, and there can be no assurance that the Group’s revenue will continue to grow or that it will not decline. The Group expects its operating expenses to continue to increase as its operations are expanded and, therefore, to be profitable the Group will need to increase its revenue sufficiently to offset higher expenses. Historical revenue growth and operating expenses should therefore not be considered as being indicative of future performance and there can be no assurance that the Group will be profitable or when the Group may be able to achieve profitability.
spob
15/6/2016
04:33
Time Out, the iconic listings and city guides publisher, chose a bleak day to make its debut on the Alternative Investment Market. The shares fell to 139.5p after the company, in which entrepreneur Peter Dubens is a major shareholder, raised £90million last week by selling 60million shares to institutional investors at 150p a share. The £90million will be used to bolster the loss-making company’s growth plans in ‘digital advertising, e-commerce and Time Out Markets’, and to pay off its debt. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/markets/article-3641482/MARKET-REPORT-Thameslink-operator-Ahead-Group-derailed-blue-chip-index-closes-lowest-level-three-months.html Time Out's share price flops on London market debut http://www.cityam.com/243274/time-out-share-price-flops-london-market CompaniesTime Out dips 10% on London debut Financial Times http://www.ft.com/fastft/2016/06/14/time-out-dips-10-on-london-debut/ Welcome to Time Out Worldwide guide to art and entertainment, food and drink, film, travel and more http://www.timeout.com/
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