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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tremor International Ltd LSE:TRMR London Ordinary Share IL0011320343 ORD NIS0.01 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -12.00 -1.49% 796.00 246,901 16:35:13
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
790.00 794.00 812.00 786.00 804.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 155.00 -5.44 1.17 692.4 1,209
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:47:09 O 414 796.00 GBX

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03/8/2021
09:20
Tremor Daily Update: Tremor International Ltd is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TRMR. The last closing price for Tremor was 808p.
Tremor International Ltd has a 4 week average price of 658p and a 12 week average price of 620p.
The 1 year high share price is 864p while the 1 year low share price is currently 117.50p.
There are currently 151,847,099 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 477,942 shares. The market capitalisation of Tremor International Ltd is £1,208,702,908.04.
03/8/2021
17:04
sikhthetech: Weren't these supposed to surge when US peers report??? US Peer Perion reported strong sales, share price currently down. Trmr share price below the 870p intra day high reached, pre-IPO. as expected then. ;-) sikhthetech - 21 Jul 2021 - 13:59:49 - 10934 of 11284 Tremor : Shaking Up Video These were supposed to surge when: 1) they IPO'ed. didn't happen. disappointing reaction. 2) Stifel and all those brokers notes are published. didn't happen. disappointing reaction. 3) Full allocation of options. disappointing reaction 4) quiet period finishes. didn't happen. disappointing reaction. The share price is still below the pre-IPO 840p high reach in June. Check the share price history yourself. Now what?? Maybe ramp these ahead of Q2... if that doesn't work then go for fy2021 etc etc whilst the gang sell down... ;-) Back vicious circle, US following UK following US, up or down, watching paint dry until next news... In terms of the threads, they have always been controlled by the scaffolders and their multiple ids and still are...
28/7/2021
17:59
sikhthetech: Wheeze, "Best to trade and not get caught out. Lol." Everyone will have their own views on whether to trade or hold in a hyped sector. The share price has a long history of rising on bullish comments and falling on events, even as recently as last month.I prefer to trade in a hyped sector, you think it's better to hold. It's your choice. I prefer to manage the risk. In 2016-17, you were holding rthm(now trmr) at eq share price 589p when brokers had a 700p++ target price, whilst I traded and sold some, I posted they likely to fall to 100p due to major challenges. They reached that 100p target, didn't they? The current share price is only around 40% higher than that 589p after 4 yrs. I've made more than that trading these.. Despite the recent major events being IPO, placing, brokers notes..the share price closed only 2% higher than previous high 822p close. Unless there's other news, the next event being Q2 results.
28/7/2021
17:07
sikhthetech: 1gw, After major events, IPO, placing and brokers notes, they have gained 2% over the pre-IPO price...wow.. The share price was 870p May 26th and is still lower. The share price was eq share price 589p when you were ramping rthm(now trmr) only 4 yrs ago before falling back to 100p on events. So they gained around 40% than those previous highs, ie within last 5yrs. The rthm share price was eq £28 in Jan 2014. How is 840p against the all time highs of around £28 be an achievement to celebrate for "long term holders????" lol. Next you'll pick a 1 week/month high to celebrate???
27/7/2021
19:37
sikhthetech: John09, FACT. Share price historical. 26th May 2021 870.6p 1st to 3rd June. was at 840p.. These are from Yahoo finance....not made up, John09... Everyone can check the share price for themselves. The share price rose on bullish comments prior to the events and fell when they turned out to be disappointing. https://uk.finance.yahoo.com/quote/TRMR.L/history?p=TRMR.L stop pulling the wool over readers and making things up, John09. Btw, I'm filtered aren't I John09. You made that up as well, didn't you?.oops.. Chasing people off doesn't change facts or red flags, Scaffolder John... ;-) Best to trade and not get caught out again.
26/7/2021
22:11
sikhthetech: FACT. Share price historical. 26th May 2021 870.6p 1st to 3rd June. was at 840p.. These are from Yahoo finance....not made up, John09... Everyone can check the share price for themselves. The share price rose on bullish comments prior to the events and fell when they turned out to be disappointing. https://uk.finance.yahoo.com/quote/TRMR.L/history?p=TRMR.L stop pulling the wool over readers and making things up, John09. Btw, I'm filtered aren't I John09. You made that up as well, didn't you?.oops.. Chasing people off doesn't change facts or red flags, Scaffolder John... ;-) Best to trade and not get caught out again.
22/7/2021
12:10
sikhthetech: The share price is in a vicious circle, up or down, US following UK following US, until news... The current share price is still below pre-IPO high 840p. They were supposed to surge on: 1) IPO. didn't happen. disappointing reaction. 2) Stifel(appt 9 months ago), and all those brokers notes are published. didn't happen. disappointing reaction. 3) Full allocation of options. disappointing reaction 4) quiet period finishes. didn't happen. disappointing reaction. Now what?? Next wait for Q2/H1 results? After which wait for fy results. Keep waiting. Best to trade and not get caught out again. Lots of posters were in rthm/blnx(now trmr) at eq share price £28, all the way down.. 2013-14 £28 to 400p within 6 months. 2016-17, 589p to 100p As expected, they desperately listed before H1 results. ;-) Back vicious circle, US following UK following US, up or down, watching paint dry until next news...
15/7/2021
12:00
sikhthetech: In terms of TLY: "a time that should have been jackpot for TLY." Why would covid be a jackpot for TLY???? Another BS statement from you.. They are not covid dependent. Everyone needs healthcare, covid or not. Despite having parts of the business closed due to covid, TLY have increased revenues, cash and profits. Their fy2021(March 2021) revenues of £105m is not far off trmr's net revenues for yr to Dec 2020. rev £105m cash £14.8m paying dividends. Mcap £65m TLY March 2020 - pandemic share price 10p share price now 35p, rising revenues, cash ...so clearly a more BS from you Blnx/rthm/trmr... But obviously in your small mind, the 75% fall on your £1.5m investment at blnx is fine... Current 740p Blinx IPO eq share price 530p Placing at £23 High around £28 Yes, Scaffolders have been right to buy/hold blnx at eq share price £28 to see them at 740p ... Only down 75% honest guv. Adds to the 100% loss on GBO, eh.... lol ;-) Have a nice day
14/7/2021
17:01
1gw: I think one poster on here doesn't quite understand how underwriting, and in particular the option shares work. The option shares keep the underwriters interested and can support the price in the event that the IPO flops and the price falls. The underwriters expect and are expected to exercise the option and it is priced to allow them to build that into their calculations when bidding for the underwriting contract. When the IPO opens for trading, they start off selling shares (i.e. shorting) into any initial demand. However, if the price falls (as it did with TRMR) then they can support the price by covering their short positions - i.e. buying back the shares in the market (making a profit in the process). If the price recovers sufficiently (as it did with TRMR) then they start building their short positions again, aiming to short as many shares as they have the option to buy. The price they pay for the option shares is not the IPO price ($19), but some lower price (in this case $17.67) which allows them to sell shares immediately even if the price falls from the IPO price, giving them the option to buy the same shares back to support the price later on. So by the time the underwriters actually exercise the option, their job is done. They have in this case stabilised the price keeping both the offeror (TRMR) and the IPO participants happy and since they have already sold the shares there is no "quick profit" to take (as there might be for someone who had taken a speculative option position and was deciding whether or not to exercise it), they are simply going to deliver the shares to whoever they have sold them to (or borrowed from). At least that's how I understand it.
13/7/2021
12:46
sikhthetech: wheeze, The point you miss is I manage the risk. If a share is hyped, it's best to trade. Remember I sold rthm(now trmr) at around 50p (eq share price 589p) whilst I was posting all the industry challenges etc. This was whilst you, Barky and 1gw were ultra bullish. The share price fell to 100p, didn't it? Trmr had a profit warning stating industry challenges, didn't they? Here, I traded and sold some at 820p. Yesteday I sold some at around 770p. The share price rises on bullish comments and falls on events.
13/7/2021
12:13
eh9: RBC Capital analyst Matthew Swanson initiates coverage on Tremor Video (NASDAQ: TRMR) with a Outperform rating and a price target of $27.00. The analyst comments "We are bullish on Tremor's opportunity to expand its share in the ad-tech market by focusing on the fast-growing sub-sectors of mobile video, CTV and programmatic. In addition to bullish trends in digital media growth, we believe the company has a differentiated value proposition from its end-to-end platform bringing unique data visibility, and it remains well positioned for vendor consolidation. Initiate with an OP rating and $27 PT" Raymond James analyst Andrew Marok initiates coverage on Tremor Video (NASDAQ: TRMR) with a Outperform rating and a price target of $27.00. The analyst comments "On a fundamental basis, we see a number of positive trends for Tremor, including: 1) attractive growth in the programmatic ad market, particularly in video and CTV formats to which Tremor is over-indexed; 2) the company’s end-to-end tech platform provides an efficient solution for ad purchasing and yield optimization, supplemented by Tremor’s data assets; 3) attractive growth opportunities, particularly in CTV and international expansion; and 4) our expectation for double-digit long-term revenue growth and 35%+ EBITDA margins. We believe risk/reward is attractive at these levels given the company’s valuation (~5x 2022E EV/GP), which is a discount to similarly-scaled open-web adtech peers." Needham & Company analyst Laura Martin initiates coverage on Tremor International (NASDAQ: TRMR) with a Buy rating and a price target of $28.00. The analyst commented, "We believe every portfolio should own ad tech, and we detail our reasons below. We initiate coverage of Tremor International (TRMR) ADSs at a Buy rating and price target of $28/ADS. What we like most: a) 68% of 2020 Revs from video, including CTV; c) 51% managed service vs 49% self-service; d) TRMR has exclusive rights to some NewsCorp video ad units through 12/31/22; e) 800mm unique users/month (ie, reach); f) 50% of Revs from using its DSP and SSP together; g) each day, TRMR handles 100B ad requests, 500 terabytes of data, and delivers 250mm ad impressions. Stifel analyst John Egbert initiates coverage on Tremor International (NASDAQ: TRMR) with a Buy rating and a price target of $26.00. The analyst commented, "Tremor is a global advertising technology (Adtech) company offering an end-to-end platform for both digital advertisers and publishers on the open Internet, with a specific focus on fast-growing opportunities within digital video and Connected TV (CTV) advertising" JMP Securities analyst Ronald Josey initiates coverage on Tremor Video (NASDAQ: TRMR) with a Market Outperform rating and a price target of $30.00. The analyst comments "We initiate coverage of Tremor International, a programmatic advertising provider that services 1,200+ brands, 400+ agency advertisers, and ~1,450 publishers that reaches 800+ million monthly unique users, with a Market Outperform rating and we establish a $30 price target. With shares currently trading at 8.9x 2022E EBITDA, a significant discount to peers with an average multiple of 64.7x, we believe there is minimal downside to shares given Tremor’s exposure to video and its relatively clear view to consistent mid-to-high teens growth and a path to 40%+ EBITDA margins from ~30% today."
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