Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Xlmedia Plc LSE:XLM London Ordinary Share JE00BH6XDL31 ORD USD0.000001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 66.50 193,084 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
66.00 67.00 66.50 66.50 66.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 92.43 19.73 7.06 9.5 124
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:12:57 O 10,000 66.10 GBX

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21/11/2019
08:20
Xlmedia Daily Update: Xlmedia Plc is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker XLM. The last closing price for Xlmedia was 66.50p.
Xlmedia Plc has a 4 week average price of 52p and a 12 week average price of 45p.
The 1 year high share price is 105p while the 1 year low share price is currently 27.78p.
There are currently 187,128,659 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 395,394 shares. The market capitalisation of Xlmedia Plc is £124,440,558.24.
28/10/2019
09:59
malcolmmm: Share price is low so I would have thought more upside potential than downside, any sort of positive news and the share price should leap imo.
23/10/2019
10:11
km85: Salchow, let me explain my point again, I really do not want them to buy back just for the price to go up. I personally prefer the share price to stay at this level so i can buy more and more as I am doing now. If you think to own shares for long time then you would always prefer lower price and always prefer the business to buy back shares at low price, But over long term that will add significant value to the shareholders in the long term. You said it yourself Ory bought at 100p and at 54p and I think he will buy more once he gets his dividends. He did not buy shares to sell next week or month or year or even two years. Yes there are some issues in EU markets, but it is already priced in the stock. some of the EU markets can be adjusted, like UK and nordic, and some can be improved, like German regulated, and some can be, for the time being, completely removed.
26/9/2019
15:58
kenmitch: mp79. You would have to buy XLM on the 2nd October. They go ex (i.e without) the dividend on the 3rd. And yes; if you sell on the 5th you will get the dividend. Obviously the dividend is taken out of the share price on the day a share goes ex dividend. Sometimes the share quickly goes up again but at other times the share goes on to fall by more than the dividend amount. That bit is guesswork, but a share currently on a strong run often makes up the dividend loss even the same day, but otherwise the share is more likely to fall further,before going up (with luck) in due course. Overall buying just ahead of ex dividend date and selling a couple of days later tends not to be worth doing, except when share is having a good run. One other obvious point; the lower the share goes the better the dividend yield. So some investors buy lower after ex dividend date, and forego that dividend so as to get higher dividend yield thereafter.....always assuming that Company has a progressive dividend policy. For now XLM has got a progressive dividend policy. Hope that explains it.
22/9/2019
17:09
km85: Worth sharing it again. the below notes from the recent update explained it all. Background to and reasons for the Tender Offer On 26 February 2019, the Company announced its intention to reduce activity in non-core, low margin media activities, with a view to focusing on the higher margin publishing activity, leading to an expected $30 million reduction in revenues in 2019. The reduction alongside investment in development of new publishing assets have led to an adjusted EBITDA reduction of between $6-7 million for 2019. This decision was made proactively by the Board with a view to delivering higher profit margins and better quality of earnings for Shareholders. Despite some recent share price momentum, the Directors believe that the full potential of the Company, as highlighted in the 'Information on the Company' section above, is not reflected in the price of 72.75 pence per Share (as at close of business on 15 July 2019), and that the Shares continue to trade at a significant discount to quoted peers. The Company has been built on the success of its publishing assets and the Directors firmly believe in the growth potential for the business by focusing on such assets in both the gambling and personal finance verticals going forward. In light of these considerations, the Board has concluded that, in the interests of both effective capital management and utilising the Company's strong net cash position alongside ongoing working capital expenditure and the Company's future investment plans, a tender offer offers the most efficient use of the Company's excess cash at this point in time. A tender offer is therefore being proposed to Shareholders on the Company's Register on the Record Date (being close of business on 14 August 2019). The Board intends to continue its commitment to maintaining a dividend policy of paying out at least 50 per cent. of net profit and will continue to evaluate selective publishing acquisition opportunities, which the Board considers could accelerate earnings growth. Information on the Company XLMedia is a performance marketing company operating a large portfolio of informational and content rich websites globally. Its websites act as a conduit to channel users to its clients, the majority of which address two key products - gambling and personal finance. The Group also uses in-house media buying capabilities which it deploys to support its core publishing division. The Group's publishing activities comprise of numerous informational websites and mobile sites which attract millions of users across numerous countries in their local language. These sites attract paying users and direct them to online businesses in return for performance-based payments, which are predominantly based on revenue share and cost per acquisition. The Company is currently focused on further building its publishing business within the established gambling sector, as well as growing its presence in the personal finance space, where the Directors believe that there exists a significant market opportunity in North America. In order to establish its footprint, XLMedia has undertaken a number of acquisitions in this space, most notably greedyrates.ca and moneyunder30.com, and the Directors remain focused on broadening the Group's exposure to this growing sector. In addition, the Company is closely monitoring the US gambling market, which continues to benefit from the potential introduction of legislation and regulation across various States. XLMedia is now actively investing in building and developing a more comprehensive portfolio of publishing assets to support its entry into this market alongside investigating potential strategic acquisitions. As previously announced, in order to capitalise on this potential market opportunity, the Company has committed to spend $7 million over the next three years on targeting the US gambling market in particular. The Company is therefore focused on the following key growth initiatives: · A strengthened focus on publishing activities as a core profit driver with an emphasis on gambling and personal finance; · Further expanding the Company's footprint in the nascent US gambling sector, which offers significant growth potential; and · Ongoing investment in technology whilst continuing to evaluate selective earnings accretive acquisitions. Read Full ThreadFollowReply
27/7/2019
08:29
owenski: It's a strange offer, basically 10% premium to recent prices for a share that they believe is undervalued, 10% is not that compelling and indicates people are glad to get out for 10%. However, this only works if one bought the company at the recent lows and I suspect many are holding at higher bought prices. It strikes me as a pointless exercise, why didn't they just continue the buyback as it was and then maybe have bought up more at a relatively lower price. The offer makes no sense to me and smells a bit like attempt to manipulate the share price. The job of a company is to run the business and not to fanny about with the share price, the market will judge their efforts according to the numbers etc. I think XLM looks undervalued but I bought in at lower levels and intend to hold for some time yet, with a caveat that the business obviously needs to deliver.
16/7/2019
09:15
km85: the below notes from the recent update explained it all. Background to and reasons for the Tender Offer On 26 February 2019, the Company announced its intention to reduce activity in non-core, low margin media activities, with a view to focusing on the higher margin publishing activity, leading to an expected $30 million reduction in revenues in 2019. The reduction alongside investment in development of new publishing assets have led to an adjusted EBITDA reduction of between $6-7 million for 2019. This decision was made proactively by the Board with a view to delivering higher profit margins and better quality of earnings for Shareholders. Despite some recent share price momentum, the Directors believe that the full potential of the Company, as highlighted in the 'Information on the Company' section above, is not reflected in the price of 72.75 pence per Share (as at close of business on 15 July 2019), and that the Shares continue to trade at a significant discount to quoted peers. The Company has been built on the success of its publishing assets and the Directors firmly believe in the growth potential for the business by focusing on such assets in both the gambling and personal finance verticals going forward. In light of these considerations, the Board has concluded that, in the interests of both effective capital management and utilising the Company's strong net cash position alongside ongoing working capital expenditure and the Company's future investment plans, a tender offer offers the most efficient use of the Company's excess cash at this point in time. A tender offer is therefore being proposed to Shareholders on the Company's Register on the Record Date (being close of business on 14 August 2019). The Board intends to continue its commitment to maintaining a dividend policy of paying out at least 50 per cent. of net profit and will continue to evaluate selective publishing acquisition opportunities, which the Board considers could accelerate earnings growth. Information on the Company XLMedia is a performance marketing company operating a large portfolio of informational and content rich websites globally. Its websites act as a conduit to channel users to its clients, the majority of which address two key products - gambling and personal finance. The Group also uses in-house media buying capabilities which it deploys to support its core publishing division. The Group's publishing activities comprise of numerous informational websites and mobile sites which attract millions of users across numerous countries in their local language. These sites attract paying users and direct them to online businesses in return for performance-based payments, which are predominantly based on revenue share and cost per acquisition. The Company is currently focused on further building its publishing business within the established gambling sector, as well as growing its presence in the personal finance space, where the Directors believe that there exists a significant market opportunity in North America. In order to establish its footprint, XLMedia has undertaken a number of acquisitions in this space, most notably greedyrates.ca and moneyunder30.com, and the Directors remain focused on broadening the Group's exposure to this growing sector. In addition, the Company is closely monitoring the US gambling market, which continues to benefit from the potential introduction of legislation and regulation across various States. XLMedia is now actively investing in building and developing a more comprehensive portfolio of publishing assets to support its entry into this market alongside investigating potential strategic acquisitions. As previously announced, in order to capitalise on this potential market opportunity, the Company has committed to spend $7 million over the next three years on targeting the US gambling market in particular. The Company is therefore focused on the following key growth initiatives: · A strengthened focus on publishing activities as a core profit driver with an emphasis on gambling and personal finance; · Further expanding the Company's footprint in the nascent US gambling sector, which offers significant growth potential; and · Ongoing investment in technology whilst continuing to evaluate selective earnings accretive acquisitions.
15/7/2019
08:30
abarclay: XLM is still a growth stock despite the drop in revenues and profits in 2018. What investors need to understand is the reason for the drop in the share price from it's high of 204p on December 14th 2017. First off, the company made some poor acquisitions primarily around games on FB and also mobile app and software downloads. These two were then discontinued with just short of $10m exceptional costs. Secondly, XLM announced back in February a profits warning. It was cutting back on it's Media side of the business which would result in a decrease in revenues and profits. XLM has been over sold. The company has cash of $47m. It has a progressive dividend policy giving approx. 8% yield and paying back over 50% of profits. Currently it is on it's second share buyback program. Regular buying of the share by the CEO who owns 2.73% and buying from as high as 188p. The P/E is just 7, below the Industry average of 9.89. PEG is high at 5.07% but this reflects the drop in profits. Book value of XLM is 64p. The Return of Capital is 15.3% vs Industry of 5.55%. The Return of Equity is 14.0% vs Industry of 3.52%. Operating margins are in excess of 20%. Forecast net profits for 2019 are $27.3m, a third higher than 2018. What wasn't taken into account during the de-rating of the share price was that the Media side of the business has a lower profit margins that the rest of the company. While descaling the Media side, XLM was then focusing more on it's Publishing side which has far greater profit margins. In particular, XLM is now focusing on the USA and it's gambling side. The USA is currently going through a transition where the different states are starting to legalise sports betting. 17% of revenues come from US. Currently only 21% of Americans can place a bet online. XLM are not new to this though. Currently 36% of it's revenue comes from Scandinavia, where they have legalised gambling advertising online. There is still room for growth here too, as not all of XLM's customers have yet converted to online ads. There is also a Finance side to XLM, which is only about 6% of the company but they are growing this. So all in all, the company is in way better shape than when it IPO'd, cash rich, profit making, buybacks, high divi and plenty of skin by CEO. Looking for a 2 bagger here
18/12/2018
07:18
bc4: This hopefully will put a floor under the share price ("XLMedia" or the "Group" or the "Company") Share Buyback XLMedia (AIM: XLM), a leading provider of digital performance marketing, is pleased to announce a share buyback programme. XLMedia's Board has approved a programme (the "Programme") to buy back up to $10 million of the Company's ordinary shares of USD 0.000001 (the "Shares"). Share buyback Purchases of Shares will take place in open market transactions and may be made from time to time depending on market conditions, share price, trading volume and other factors. Share purchases will fall within the maximum of 22,035,240 Shares that the Company was authorised to purchase by shareholders at the Company's most recent annual general meeting held on 23 May 2018, and all purchases of Shares will be effected within the parameters as to price and daily volume specified in that authority.
31/3/2018
10:22
acamas: What no one has mentioned is that perhaps the targets are falling in price and Ory is in no rush to buy a falling knife. Just perhaps that is why he is keeping his powder dry. Also he may have been looking at a number of acquisitions and if their price is dropping he might be able to buy the lot rather than any four from say six. The current XLM share price does look good value and 18 months on it could look an absolute steal The company has value and the share price seems oversold which to me says buy soon for capital gain later. I think a 3 bagger is achievable
15/9/2017
14:37
morph7: Very much appreciated for taking the time to write that out. Cg8 you have probably put 2% on Xlm share price today!
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