Sunday 20 January 2019 | ShareProphets: The one stop source for breaking news, expert analysis, and podcasts on fast-moving AIM and LSE listed shares
VAST – having promised no more death spirals and then done one with no conversion notice within 30 days…….. WTF, Nomad Fatty?
Back in early December I wrote a piece warning people not to get taken in by RNS-Reach announcements, and criticising the way that some companies seemed to use the system to try to attract investors and pump their share price, by releasing information that isn’t considered to be price sensitive, but making out that it is some sort of big deal.
Mobile Streams (MOS) is “delighted to be partnering with the world's fastest growing telecom company, Reliance Jio… India's largest 4G network”. However, it’s an RNS Reach announcement…
I often find myself questioning the purpose of RNS Reach announcements for companies listed on the AIM market, as they can cause severe volatility in the share price and this is usually far more than is justified by the news itself.
A “MOS welcome the 6 millionth user”-titled announcement from Mobile Streams (MOS) sounds ramptastic… and it’s an RNS Reach (“non-regulatory news releases such as marketing messages, corporate and product information”). Alarm bells ringing…
The board of mobile content licenser and distributor Mobile Streams (MOS) “is pleased to present its audited accounts for the financial year ended 30 June 2018”. The shares have responded..., er, currently approaching 25% lower, to 0.70p!...
The share price of Mobile Streams (MOS) has pretty much halved since I recently covered it as one to avoid at all costs, but despite that drop I still see no value in any investment here.
Mobile Streams (MOS) appears to be yet another AIM company where it is hard to see it ever actually returning any money to investors, and whilst it certainly isn’t unique in that regard, I do have to wonder how long it can keep going for before the ability to raise funds finally dries up.
I concluded in December on mobile content company Mobile Streams (MOS) that there didn’t look a great situation at present in the currently key India market and that I continued to avoid. There’s now a 09:30am Trading Statement…
An AGM statement from mobile media company Mobile Streams (MOS) commences “in India, Mobile Streams is gradually establishing itself in the market by working with the majority of telecom operators and forming relationships and partnerships with a number of the industry's leading players”. Sounds promising…
A “Trading Statement” announcement from mobile games company Mobile Streams (MOS) sees the shares currently more than 10% lower, heading towards 3p. Uh oh…
The Primary Bid bandwagon is gathering speed and anyone interested in AIM should register now HERE. Today's vindication of Dave Mutton and his team is from Mobile Streams (MOS) which is doing a placing and open offer at 4p - the shares w4ere 8p last night. In days gone by this would have been for bucket shops only but now you can take part too, thanks to Primary Bid.
“Mobile Streams (MOS), the emerging markets focused mobile media company, is pleased to announce its final results for the year ended 30 June 2016 which are in line with management's revised expectations”. Ok. Er, what? The shares currently 30% down, at 9.625p, in response...
Shares in mobile media company, Mobile Streams (MOS) are currently more than 170% higher, at above 11p, on the back of an announcement that the company has reached 50,000 ‘active subscribers’ in India. Hmmm…
A Thursday 2:21pm “Trading Update”. Hmmm. “Mobile Streams plc (MOS) updates the market on its expectations for the current financial year ending 30 June 2016”. Uh oh…
From 4.75p before a 12th October results announcement, shares in Mobile Streams (MOS) closed at 17.375p yesterday. Today the company has announced a number of amendments to the 12th October “Audited Final Results” announcement…
Although I am of course the very keen to do my homework regarding bright prospects in the AIM market, it was the case that Mobile Streams was actually brought to my attention by a follower on Twitter.
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