Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Xlmedia LSE:XLM London Ordinary Share JE00BH6XDL31 ORD USD0.000001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 186.00p 185.00p 187.00p 186.00p 185.00p 185.00p 26,615 08:02:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 83.9 25.1 9.7 20.8 409.86

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29/12/2017
09:17
Regardless, insiders are prohibited from trading own stocks prior to release of price-sensitive information. Had the announcement been of a negative character amd had there been insider sales prior to the announcement this would have gotten more publicity than what has been the case.
kchico
29/12/2017
08:56
Buying coming in now..
gswredland
29/12/2017
08:20
You wouldn’t have a closed period prior to a trading update, only results.
busterdog2
28/12/2017
21:02
happens all over the place look at d4t4...contracts announced this week, directors buying in dec...unknown?
nimbo1
28/12/2017
20:08
Sure they knew believing anything else would be rather naive. Guess thats why israeli companies are traded with a discount
kchico
28/12/2017
19:34
Genuine question-how were directors allowed to buy shares in XLM just a few days before the co. put out a trading update on 21st Nov which materially raised profit expectations ? Surely the directors were in possession of materially price sensitive information [that such an RNS was imminent] yet there were 2 purchases of 30,000 shares each on 3rd and 10th Nov. apologies if this has been covered.I'm relatively new to this stock.I looked back over previous comments but couldn't see any comments on this point.
maiken
28/12/2017
14:21
Trading Update on 24th Jan last year. Hopefully they will have ye trading sorted. With reference to Cenkos estimates, they always underestimate XLM. My largest holding and I have got more today hoping it is time for the share price to upturn.
stoph
28/12/2017
14:12
yes, its finding its level after the large rise and consolidating. All shares do it - its just the down part of an uptrend. Its healthy and happens on every stock.
nimbo1
28/12/2017
14:02
Is there an obvious reason for the drop?
michaeljames1
28/12/2017
13:43
My thoughts are I bought more today at 196, now 16 percent of my hard earned investing monies. Averaging up in companies making bucket loads of fcf and growing quickly normally works, hope it does this time.
nimbo1
28/12/2017
13:08
Back in today at 197, will double down at 180 if it gets there.
fangsforthememory
28/12/2017
12:51
Hope all holders had a lovely Christmas.I have had a peep at my Monitor today, and I was anticipating a fall to previous support in mid 180's before piling in for more....however I am curious to see if we are finding a floor here ? If the fall abaits and the bid passes 196/197.....it looks like the time to go shopping in the sales here.Thoughts anyone ?
santangello
28/12/2017
12:20
Yes, I'm one of the many PAYS refugees here it seems. My PAYS cash was split between XLM and TAP. Can't complain so far. ATB for 2018.
melf
28/12/2017
11:40
Melf, I am waiting for an RNS re new acquisition here. The Co is making very good profit as well. So I don't trade these. Good to see you on here from PAYS days. GLA.
callmebwana
28/12/2017
09:56
Looking forward to a trading update in a month or so and looking for a point where I can add.
pshevlin
27/12/2017
16:24
Eagle Eye, Thanks for clarification - missed the $ sign!
stuart37
27/12/2017
15:50
Yes mystery solved. £ / $ I monitor EVERY day since I hold a couple of commodities (mnostly Copper at the moment....that's a buy BTW) but yes circa 1.33 is a fair one to keep in your head these days. Incidentally just looked at my notes here and "growth stock / normal vauations do not apply" are probably my most relevant commentary at this juncture.I'd say that as long as XLM keeps churning phrases like "materially ahead" then the share price only goes one way. I was hoping for a bit of re-trace here because I really like the look of 2018 for XLM...but we'll see what the market brings I guess.
thorpematt
27/12/2017
15:20
Stuart37, The figures you quote are for US cents, not £ Sterling. Cenkos 21st November note pencils in EPS of US 15c and 16.9c for the year to Dec 2017 and 2018 respectively, which at $1.30 to the £, equates to an EPS of 11.5p and 13p.
eagle eye
27/12/2017
11:50
2017 EPS forecast is 0.15 and 2018 is 0.17 - both according to Stockopedia.
stuart37
27/12/2017
11:34
Do we have forecasts eps anywhere? Potential but at the mo on a bit of weakness right now.
michaeljames1
25/12/2017
12:06
Merry Xmas XLMMay you bring me another 86% gain in 2018
morph7
24/12/2017
18:37
my prediction xmas 2018 300p xmas 2020 500p during that time one or two failed offers.
oneillshaun
23/12/2017
12:47
Very happy holder having bought in at 65p a few years back; only annoying thing is having top sliced a year or so ago! Agree with some of the sentiments above that some news must be in the offing - they'll have net cash around 10% of market cap by year end which is way above being a safety cushion. Assume there will be some comment either that if they haven't announced an acquisition by [date], then they'll pay a special divi of [y]. Separately, would be interested in others' views on what will happen to XLM in a downturn (assume a 'normal' recession, rather than bank-led recession per the last downturn) - I'm using some quiet time over xmas to look through the portfolio in more detail and in particular the susceptibility to a recession (rather than just equity market correction). Reason being that obviously the impact of a recession gets magnified if a company needs to raise equity given that it they're then issuing paper at a low price. For XLM, even without cutting costs, turnover would have to drop more than 50% before the company becomes loss-making, and they still have a cash pile to cushion then so it feels safe-ish (relative to the market). I'd be interested in any views on what might be a realistic top-line decline over 8 quarters from a typical recession. Thanks Adam
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