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XLM Xlmedia Plc

11.25
0.00 (0.00%)
24 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Xlmedia Investors - XLM

Xlmedia Investors - XLM

Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Xlmedia Plc XLM London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.00 0.00% 11.25 07:40:37
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
11.25 11.25 11.25 11.25 11.25
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Industry Sector
MEDIA

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Posted at 03/4/2024 15:42 by km85
Well if they buy a big chunk of shares at good rate then investors will be super happy. If the market cap at 32m pound, and they manage to buy 20% of shares and they think the USA assets worth double than the market cap then buying back shares make sense.
Posted at 26/3/2024 14:09 by km85
It’s understandable Shaun. Some investors have booked their profits. Also now the tax year is about to end some might sell to cover some lost during the tax year.
Posted at 22/3/2024 23:11 by km85
It is not moving today because investors, old and new, need to understand more about the potential here. A day before there were over 30m shares traded and some for sure made easy money in a day. When the update announced the price went up 35% then ended 106% so some dudes for sure took easy profit.
Posted at 15/12/2023 15:20 by northwards
The board has clearly lost investor confidence. But my view is we have reached the bottom. European assets on the up. ESPNbet replacing revenues from Barstool / albeit too late for the current FY.
Posted at 15/12/2023 11:14 by northwards
Proactive Investors:XLMedia PLC (AIM:XLM, OTC:XLMDF) was under a cloud as the betting content specialist accompanied a warning about sales revenues with confirmation it had shelved plans to sell the company.In particular, XLMedia said it had been affected by Penn Entertainment's rebrand after acquiring the right to the ESPN name from Disney for US$1.5 billion.Barstool, Penn's gaming arm before the ESPN acquisition, was a major partner for XLMedia. Barstool has been sold back to its founder Dave Portnoy.As a result, the second half of the year has seen revenues earned in previous years from August through October in part moving back to mid-November onwards.ESPNbet launched in mid-November and from then on revenues have started to recover with a strong close to the year in North America expected, though this will not be enough to make up the earlier shortfall, said the statement.European premium brands, Nettikasinot, Whichbingo and Freebets are going well, it added.Revenues for the full year are now expected to be US$50 million to US$52 million with underlying profits (adjusted EBITDA) US$12 million to US$14 million.On M&A, XLMedia said it is looking at more asset disposals though plans to sell the business wholesale have ended as this would not currently create value for shareholders.Shares fell 12% to 6.5p.
Posted at 15/12/2023 10:00 by oldboy1
as I said John you have publicly let yourself down yet again. You win some you lose some. That's the equities game. You have been called out again by Dan for your bad behaviour. Any investor that celebrates another investors losses is a very sad and toxic individual. No one has celebrated your recent heavy losses on Reach or Futr have they? or celebrated that you missed a massive opportunity in good energy...why because most investors ultimately want other fellow investors to do well. Dig out all the posts you want if it makes you feel like a better man.
Posted at 13/11/2023 18:54 by john09
Experienced investor here premium member since 2010

Pegleg69/Olbody1 free member for 12 months. Ran off crying 3 times remember 🤣
All of a sudden seems emboldened because his shares are on a bounce ahead of continuing their drifts down in keeping with the long term charts on every one of them loooool
Posted at 12/11/2023 22:14 by john09
I think my favourite thing about trashing him for 2 years (I mean aside from watching him lose all his puny pension pot) is that no sane poster came to his defence. Just let him run away and cry 😆 (the sane posters all left here on my advice of course)

“ The last month has been beyond fruitful for the experienced investor” THIS IS EVEN MORE PAINFULLY FUNNY WHEN YOU RECOGNISE THE SIZE OF HIS HOLDINGS IN HIS NEW STOCKS 🤣 LIKE 5,000 OF THIS 2,000 OF THAT LOOOOOL
Posted at 12/11/2023 21:49 by john09
Sorry spotted this in amongst the tripe 😆

“ The last month has been beyond fruitful for the experienced investor

Tragic. Im filtered, im not filtered, im filtered im not filtered. Thats gone on all the time hes been here looooooooooool
Posted at 26/12/2021 13:55 by john09
Questor today


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Questor: tell me, Santa – will the long awaited stock market crash finally come in 2022?
Questor share tips: a collapse could prove to be the most wonderful time of the year for patient investors


Last Christmas, many investors were still nursing losses from the March 2020 stock market crash. This year, to save them from tears, the FTSE 100 and FTSE 250 have cemented their prior year recoveries. They have risen by 11pc and 12pc, respectively, between the start of 2021 and this Christmas.

However, the potential for further gains could be compromised by several risks that increase the likelihood of a stock market downturn in 2022.

Notably, the rate of consumer prices index (CPI) inflation has surged to its highest level for over a decade. The Bank of England has revised its forecast upwards in recent weeks so that it now expects CPI inflation to soar to around 6pc by April.

Rising inflation has already prompted a higher interest rate. Further monetary policy tightening could reduce the appeal of shares relative to other assets. This may act as a drag on the stock market’s performance in the first half of next year.

In addition, the pandemic remains a threat to the economy’s outlook. At present, it is too soon to know whether the new Covid variant, omicron, will cause lockdown measures that disrupt the performance of a variety of industries.

Arguably even more uncertain is the way in which investors react to any reintroduction of Covid containment measures. Indeed, the rich valuations of some stocks suggest they lack an appropriate margin of safety in case future trading conditions are tougher than expected.

Of course, some investors may believe that the stock market will bring joy to the world in 2022 by continuing its recent gains. Further fiscal stimulus in response to the pandemic may catalyse the economy’s performance. Similarly, monetary policy may prove to be less hawkish than would normally be expected during a period of higher inflation due to ongoing uncertain economic conditions.

Moreover, a range of stocks continue to trade on very modest valuations. Industries that have been hit hardest by the pandemic, or which have not been obvious beneficiaries of a shift towards online and sustainability growth trends, could deliver recoveries in the coming months.

As a result, it is impossible to predict with any degree of certainty whether the stock market will crash, soar or tread water next year, or in any year. Instead, focusing on buying shares when opportunities arise, rather than trying to guess whether the current bull market will stay another day, could be a more efficient use of investors’ time.

In Questor’s view, such buying opportunities are far more likely to occur during a market crash. A larger number of high-quality companies could be undervalued while stock prices are falling rapidly. More importantly, company share prices can materially diverge from their underlying value during extreme market conditions.

This may equate to an array of excellent buying opportunities that allow investors to fulfil the first part of a “buy low, sell high” long-term strategy.

Clearly, a falling stock market in 2022 could create significant paper losses that cause distress for investors when they are next driving home for Christmas. However, a large proportion of investors are likely to be net buyers of shares over the coming year.

Even retirees for whom a portfolio of stocks provides a regular income may find they buy a larger amount of shares than they sell due to a lack of opportunities in other asset classes and their partial reinvestment of dividend income.

Therefore, a stock market crash next year could be highly beneficial to a large proportion of long-term investors.

Clearly, many investors will instinctively think: “All I want for Christmas is a continuation of the current bull market.” However, for net buyers at least, there may be just one thing they need. A stock market crash could provide stronger, and more plentiful, buying opportunities that ultimately let it snow profits in the long run.

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