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
  -1.25p -0.91% 136.75p 135.00p 135.50p 137.50p 135.25p 137.50p 891,575 16:35:18
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 83.9 25.1 9.7 15.5 279.45

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24/9/2017
09:20
Xlmedia Daily Update: Xlmedia is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker XLM. The last closing price for Xlmedia was 138p.
Xlmedia has a 4 week average price of 126.50p and a 12 week average price of 126.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 146.63p while the 1 year low share price is currently 85p.
There are currently 204,352,402 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 775,446 shares. The market capitalisation of Xlmedia is £279,451,909.74.
15/9/2017
15:37
morph7: Very much appreciated for taking the time to write that out. Cg8 you have probably put 2% on Xlm share price today!
15/9/2017
09:36
rivaldo: Good to see that John Rosier has bought more XLM after attending their Berenberg presentation. His column gets syndicated in the Daily Mail (and the IC from memory?), so hopefully XLM will get additional coverage there: Http://johnsinvestmentchronicle.com/jic-portfolio-trade-added-to-xlmedia/ "JIC Portfolio trade; added to XLMedia September 13, 2017JRXLMedia XLMedia (XLM.L, AIM, Market Capitalisation: £292m, 143p, 5.0% of JIC Portfolio and 0.0% of JIC Top 10): I have increased the (averaged up) holding to 5.0% of the JIC Portfolio this morning. I attended a post Monday’s results presentation by the CEO, Ory Weihs, yesterday evening. A few years ago, the company was criticised for being cagey about how it makes money. It has responded by being far more open in its presentations. Investors now have a much greater understanding of the quality of the business and appreciation of its growth opportunities. It has been rewarded with the stock being much less volatile than in the past (the day after I first bought in October 2015 the share price dropped 20% on a spurious read across to another company’s travails). The share price has also performed well, up 55% over the last year but in my opinion still looks good value. According to Stockopedia the shares are valued at 13.6x December 2017 earnings for 13% growth and 12.9x December 2018 for 5.5% growth. After yesterday’s presentation, I feel confident that this year’s forecast is too low and next year’s, most probably, far too low. The prospective dividend yield is 4.1% for 2017 rising to 4.4% in 2018. In my recent posts on Bioventix (see August monthly review) and Iomart I highlighted the Quality of the businesses. Stockopedia gives XLMedia a Quality score of 96. So, what are the main financial attractions? An operating margin in the mid-to high 20’s; a return on capital in the high 20’s and very strong cash flow. Last year earnings per share of 13 cents converted into operating cash flow per share of 13.5 cents and after capex of 8.7 cents per share it left free cash flow of 5.2 cents. It has a strong balance sheet as demonstrated by the latest results which showed net cash of $43.1m at 30th June, although that will have dropped given recent acquisitions of Moneyunder30.com and the remainder of Marmar it did not own. On Stockopedia it appears on no less than five screens; Martin Zweig Growth, Richard Driehaus Momentum, Joseph Lakonishok Momentum, 52 week high and Growth at a Reasonable Price."
11/9/2017
08:04
adamb1978: Well that was unexpected! After 3 consecutive half years of flat turnover, 33% annual growth this half came of the blue, even despite the acquisitions! The 5% dividend increase was pretty stingy though; maybe they're retaining the cash for another acquisition as a 5% increase when earnings are up over 30% is tight. Track record of delivery from XLM is superb, though unfortunately the multiple which the market places it on is always going to be held back because of the Israeli angles; if they de-Israeli-fied a bit and moved to London the share price would be double what it is today. Still, my spreadsheet has EBITDA up 10x since 2010 and I reckon they'll do 12p or so EPS this year so only on a PE of 11x. Kind of wish I hadn't trimmed back my position earlier this year, however because of the overseas nature, I didn't and still don't see a meaningful re-rating to what it would be on with that. In the meantime though, share price should still tick up with earnings, and these guys can have shown that they can deliver 20%-30% consistently and that's not a bad return!
16/8/2017
23:33
dacian: :-) oneillshaun, misunderstanding there. Bought XLM soon after ipo, scsw wrote a super bullish piece on them on the back of the plus500 hype at the time. When Plus500 (israeli co) had their first wobble with the FSA( something to do with improper id checks on their customers) xlm got punished in sympathy. Whenever any other israeli co made negative headlines, xlm got punished. Did quite a bit of google work on the ceo, he started the business in a garage, at 18, responded to my email, like the guy, knows the gambling business inside out. He shared the shareholders' frustration with the lack of share price progress despite all the good results. They put the sale board up and opened the books for everyone to see that nothing is dodgy with their accounts. Unfortunately the "israeli mud" got stuck on them and no matter how hard they're trying there will always be that "suspicion wall" they've been climbing since ipo. Because of that frustration I got bored and sold out eventually but recently bought back in. I think and hope, that if they keep doing what they're doing, eventually Ory and the team will get the recognition they deserve. btw, I'm suspicious about every single co that I hold, we should all be :-)
14/8/2017
16:59
malcolmmm: 14 August 2017 | 08:37am StockMarketWire.com - XLMedia (XLM), a provider of digital performance marketing, has acquired www.Moneyunder30.com (MU30), a US focused price comparison website for financial services, for $7 million. The acquisition will be immediately earnings enhancing from completion. MU30 is a personal finance site providing information for young adults wanting to make informed financial decisions, particularly around credit cards, loans, mortgages and savings accounts. XLMedia's strategy is to expand geographically in North America and to expand its footprint in the financial services sector. MU30 complements XLMedia's recent acquisition of www.Greedyrates.ca, a Canadian focused credit card comparison website. At 8:37am: [LON:XLM] XLMedia Plc share price was +3.5p at 135.5p Story provided by StockMarketWire.com LATEST STOCK MARKET NEWS AND OFFERS
06/7/2017
12:12
rivaldo: Agreed shaun, Ory is always extremely helpful and receptive via email. Another brief Buy recommendation for XLM in the IC: "Acquisitions, diversification and investment in organic growth are doing the job at XLMedia (XLM). The digital marketing company, which specialises in advertising gambling through its own click-bait style websites, has announced that trading in the first half of the financial year is ahead of management expectations. The news sparked analyst upgrades and a 7 per cent share price leap. Key to the company's strategy has been decreasing reliance on its gambling sales. These fell to 57 per cent of the top line in the six months to June, from 70 per cent in the same period last year. New revenue streams include gaming, mobile applications, e-commerce and finance, which have come from a number of bolt-on acquisitions. Most recently XL bought Securethoughts.com, a cyber security comparison website based in the US. IC VIEW: Each acquisition reduces the concentration risk. Given the company's growth potential, a forward earnings multiple of 10 times is too cheap. Buy at 135p."
04/7/2017
21:29
alphabeta4: I can just never seem to get comfortable with this. Some questions: 1. When there was the share sale in Feb the seller promised not to sell for a further 90 days yet sold again in March? https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/xlmedia-XLM/share-news/Berenberg-Increase-and-result-of-secondary-placing/73765462 2. Ory was then 'forced into' a share sale in March as he was a party (presumably of the LLP), significantly reducing his holding. From the RNS: Ory Weihs, CEO of the Company, has an indirect economic interest in WELP and therefore an economic interest in (but with no voting rights attaching to) ordinary shares held by WELP. While the Placing will therefore change Mr. Weihs' disclosed interest in the ordinary shares of the Company, he has no control over WELP's actions regarding its holding in the Company. Assuming all the Placing Shares are sold, Mr. Weihs' interest will be reduced by 4,474,006 ordinary shares to 2,650,000, all of which are held directly. If he really wanted to why didn't he then buy loads back? 41,700 on 17th May was tiny in comparison. If you were being really cynical was the share purchase 17/3 he made to fatten the price up? I would gather it implies presumably he knew nothing of a proposal to sell a significant chunk of the company? The sale and buyback bit feels a bit Quindell for those that remember it, not to say that it is of course, but does feel a bit of a 'red flag'. 3. Why were there no figures on the Greedyrates and Securethoughts acquisitions? (I should say for balance the Greedyrates website looks pretty robust and I did manage to find a CNN article referencing securethoughts). Only Clicksmob had figures mentioned which was another Israeli company. The cynic would ask are they making money or are they there to make the revenue look diversified? 4. If Securethoughts is a $2m business why do none of the articles on https://securethoughts.com/ front page have any comments at the bottom? 5. Bit petty but why does the corporate governance section of XLM not have a picture for Amit? http://www.xlmedia.com/corporate-governance/ 6. On the existing business can I see what websites they have? By chance I seemed to get some strange results when typing in Ory Weihs CV as part of my other research like the below where several of the links are broken as part of the .cc address. This one seems to be referring to how to unbar yourself from a voluntary ban: https://www.google.co.uk/#q=ory+weihs+cv ladbrokes shops locations sport ladbrokessites zhangru.cc/ladbrokes1910000/ladbrokes+shops+locations+sport+ladbrokessites.pdf 17 Sep 2014 - Grove - Bank Opening Times address, phone . by CEO Ory Weihs and ... ladbrokessites If you choose to resume betting, all you need to do is ... You visited this page on 04/07/17. And this one is a page of broken .cc links again looking like Ory articles (which they may or may not be of course). https://www.google.co.uk/#q=ory+weihs+cv&start=60 I'm not a shorter and I wish no harm to anyone here (indeed I know someone personally who is long so I have an interest in being wrong!). The business is paying cash to shareholders which it must be getting from somewhere but something just doesn't feel right. I await to be shot down, hopefully with links to prove I've got completely the wrong end of the stick!
13/3/2017
07:51
opodio: XLMedia controlling shareholders sell $50m stake Zvika Barinboim Photo: PR Nitzan Hermoni 5 Feb, 2017 13:52 Tali Tsipori The shareholders took advantage of the all-time high in the share price. The AIM secondary UK stock exchange is no longer a preferred target for IPOs by Israeli companies. It is still, however, being used as a platform for secondary offerings by the companies already listed on it. The most recent example is XLMedia plc (AIM: XLM), which markets online gambling websites. The XLMedia share price recently soared to an all-time high, a fact that did not escape the attention of the company's shareholders, who conducted a major offer for sale at the end of last week. Subtext - we be Lauging all the way to the bank, not just screw UK investors at IPO but screw em with secondary offer
03/2/2017
07:09
cwa1: http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/xlmedia-XLM/share-news/Berenberg-Increase-and-result-of-secondary-placing/73765462 Increase and result of secondary placing of Existing Ordinary Shares in XLMedia plc WebPals Enterprises Limited Partnership ("WELP" or the "Seller") announces that further to the announcement on 2 February 2017 regarding its proposal to sell approximately 25 million ordinary shares in XLMedia Plc ("XLMedia" or the "Company"), it has successfully sold 40 million existing ordinary shares in XLMedia (the "Placing Shares") at a price of 100p per share (the "Placing"). Due to strong investor demand, WELP agreed with the bookrunner to increase the size of the Placing to 40,000,000 shares, representing approximately 20.0% of the Company's issued share capital.
12/11/2015
16:07
market sniper1: XLMedia PLC 37.4% Potential Upside Indicated by Liberum Capital Posted by: Ruth Bannister 12th November 2015 XLMedia PLC with EPIC/TICKER LON:XLM had its stock rating noted as ‘Retains’; with the recommendation being set at ‘BUY’ this morning by analysts at Liberum Capital. XLMedia PLC are listed in the Consumer Services sector within AIM. Liberum Capital have set a target price of 111 GBX on its stock. This indicates the analyst now believes there is a potential upside of 37.4% from the opening price of 69.5 GBX. Over the last 30 and 90 trading days the company share price has decreased 5.5 points and increased 13.25 points respectively. XLMedia PLC LON:XLM has a 50 day moving average of 70.00 GBX and the 200 Day Moving Average price is recorded at 66.42 GBX. The 52 week high for the share price is currently at 77.5 GBX while the year low share price is currently 33.5 GBX. There are currently 1,402,127,689 shares in issue with the average daily volume traded being 441,037. Market capitalisation for LON:XLM is £145,849,978 GBP. XLMedia PLC is an online performance marketing company. The Company operates through three segments: Publishing, Media and Partners Network. Its Publishing segment owns over 2,000 informational Websites in 17 languages. These Websites refer customers to online businesses. The sites’ content, written by professional writers, is designed to attract online traffic which it then directs to its customers online businesses.
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