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Share Price: 5.675Bid: 5.55Ask: 5.80Change: 0.20 (+3.65%)Riser - Evr Holdings
Spread: 0.25Spread as %: 4.50%Open: 5.575High: 5.675Low: 5.35Yesterday’s Close: 5.475


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maxdba
Posts: 750
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.675
There you go
Today 17:25
Looks to me like the sp has found a floor at around 5.5p

Shorters beware, you are not going to see sub 5p again, even if we get Jezza in No 10, so cash in now whilst the going is good !
 
BrownAdder
Posts: 1,272
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.675
RE: EVRH
Today 15:30
a million people will never be watching Adele

more than a million people will be "singing with Adele" standing next to Adele
again
and
again
and
again
bowyerism
Posts: 343
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.675
RE: EVRH
Today 15:20
Imagine the profit from say, a a million people watching an Adele concert
Mind boggling
LowiePete
Posts: 227
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.55
RE: EVRH
Today 14:34
For a test of concept and resources, an intimate concert like this is perfect! The bigger stars and venues can wait their turn. You need to remember that with new tech there is huge potential for it to go wrong, with potentially disastrous consequences. Seems to me that by this steady launch of a live gig MVR know exactly what they're doing and while these shares are under 10p, they are an absolute steal! Fill your boots because future live shows will bring in revenue beyond any forecasts I've seen here. Anyone investing on AIM should _know_ that there's manipulation by very wealthy forces; just stop fidgeting and sit tight...
Ferrisc
Posts: 670
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:5.55
RE: RE buy now
Today 13:12
Started at 9 but increased as the sp fell I think? So 7p probably correct.
ThumbsUp
Posts: 223
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.50
RE: RE buy now
Today 12:35
The shorts were opened at around 9p.
BrownAdder
Posts: 1,272
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.35
RE: RE buy now
Today 10:06
has to go above 7 to hit the short positions
Glory555
Posts: 121
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.35
RE: EVRH
Today 09:53
It's the younger kids who are into this stuff, theyd hardly splash out for pink Floyd eh?
Bloodshot
Posts: 149
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.35
RE: EVRH
Today 09:53
Some good names there zooropa and im sure well be working with them in the future. Liam Payne was picked for a reason. Apart from being an internationally famous and talented singer songwriter, he has a massive following on social media. Hes perfect for helping promote vr music. I suspect you already know this though.
zooropa
Posts: 2,703
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.35
EVRH
Today 09:40
Somebody like The Stones, Abba or Pink Floyd or even Pink or Lady Gaga would have been interesting but Liam Payne??? Hardly musical talent
Bloodshot
Posts: 149
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.35
RE: RE buy now
Today 09:37
It wont have to go up a whole lot more to put a squeeze the shorts. Lets see what happens by the end of the week. Doesnt really matter what the price does in the short term anyway. If your right and the shorters manage to push it down then its just a better opportunity to buy in/top up. This is one to buy and hold for a year or two imo.
Best to have it in an ISA or SIPP.
alto1
Posts: 589
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.35
RE buy now
Today 09:17
bloodshot the markets are not on an even playing field at the moment. the shorter's are in control and until the longs come back with some strong buying the sorts have this like a puppet on a string that goes for the hole market. that's not to say a short squeeze can't happen but that will take some certainty to be brought back to the markets. IE brexit /trade war
Bloodshot
Posts: 149
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.35
A lot more coverage
Today 08:57
This from IQ (music industry) magazine

https://www.iq-mag.net/2018/12/melodyvr-announces-first-live-vr-broadcast/#.XA96_Lnmg0O

NEWS

MELODY VR ANNOUNCES FIRST LIVE VR BROADCAST

In a "hugely exciting moment" for MelodyVR, the company will stream Liam Payne's 19 Dec show in London live in virtual reality
By IQ on 10 Dec 2018
 
UK-based music VR company MelodyVR has revealed plans for its first live concert broadcast in virtual reality (VR).
In his only headline show this year, the former One Direction star will perform at a “secret location” in London on 19 December, with the concert streamed live to fans via the recently launched MelodyVR app.
The broadcast, in a “previously unseen quality for VR”, will feature MelodyVR’s ‘jump spot’ technology, which allows viewers to choose their own location in the venue. Those wishing to view the show will need an Oculus Go or Samsung GearVR headset, the MelodyVR app installed and an internet connection.
The ‘Live in VR’ event follows the creation of previous (non-live) VR experiences for artists including Post Malone, Bebe Rexha, the Chainsmokers and Payne’s 1D bandmate Niall Horan.

“IT’S A PLEASURE TO INVITE FANS BOTH IN LONDON AND ACROSS THE GLOBE TO EXPERIENCE THIS AMAZING EVENT”

The MelodyVR app is currently available in the UK, US, France, Germany, Sweden, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Austria and Belgium.
Anthony Matchett, CEO of MelodyVR, says: “This is a hugely exciting moment for MelodyVR. We truly believe that virtual reality has the power to connect artists with fans like never before. It has been a pleasure working with Liam, and we’re thrilled to be bringing his headline performance in London exclusively to fans around the world via our platform in virtual reality.
“It’s a pleasure to invite fans both in London and across the globe to experience this amazing event, as well as a whole lot more in 2019.”
petebo
Posts: 2,391
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.475
RE: Bit more coverage ...
Today 06:19
petebo
Posts: 2,391
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.475
Bit more coverage ...
Today 06:15
Bloodshot
Posts: 149
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.475
RE: re buy now
Today 03:20
Good luck to you alto but im not sure why you think the sp will be back down below 4.5. Who knows.. its strange times in the markets and this is aim. Maybe your right, or then again, maybe well be at double that by the end of the week. The price is still cheap now in my opinion, given the massive
potential here and given that we now have "Liam Payne" one of the biggest and most influential artists on social media and a new CFO Andy Brown, formerly International Chief Financial Officer at Universal Music Group plus the backing of Facebook among others.
Big players in the big league, putting us in the big league now and were only just starting to appear on the radars of the big players. As far as selling, Its still early days and I wont even twitch until we reach £1 but reckon in time theres no reason we cant be worth £3 or £5 ps. All my own opinions and guesswork. Do your own research.
Bloodshot
Posts: 149
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.475
RE: Should be a good battle
Today 01:40
Shorters had us on the ropes for most of round 1 but longs came back hitting hard with a strong finish. Still all to play for.
BrownAdder
Posts: 1,272
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.475
RE: Standalone VR headsets grow 428.6%
Mon 22:05
continued marketing, Liam Payne and subsequent projection by xmas and new year, the sales could increase another 25%

I was confident that sticking with Oculus is the best way for MVR
Sony Samsung etc will follow - MVR has to influence the biggest market sector first.
BrownAdder
Posts: 1,272
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.475
RE: Standalone VR headsets grow 428.6%
Mon 22:01
standalone headsets grew 428.6% and accounted for 20.6% of the VR headset market.

Oculus managed to be the top vendor in the overall VR headset market thanks to the popularity of the Go as well as the Rift, capturing 25.9% of the entire VR market.

Total Oculus shipments were 491,000 during the quarter.
parislse
Posts: 2,646
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.475
Standalone VR headsets grow 428.6%
Mon 21:57
alto1
Posts: 589
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.475
re buy now
Mon 21:54
in the long term i don;t disagree but for now it will get manipulated down. it don.t really matter in the long run i just like to get close to the bottom and when i think i am there i will hold for the long run in the knowledge i have a bit of safety from the down side anyway this is all irrelevant until sp hits 4.35-4.50p.
Watching2
Posts: 474
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.475
RE: RE buy now
Mon 21:28
The the only way is up for this one
alto1
Posts: 589
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.475
RE buy now
Mon 21:14
why would you buy now when the sp will drop to 4.35-4.50p before weeks out just seems a better deal .
Cunir
Posts: 176
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.475
crowd of avatars
Mon 20:34
melody are still keeping quiet about how they'll be doing the avatars and social interaction within the live shows, but i wonder if it will be anything like this oculus venues video: https://youtu.be/MgnHCjvUmfU
It seems like the entire crowd is made up of avatars
optimist59
Posts: 487
Opinion:Buy
Price:5.475
RE: Bulletin Board Heroes
Mon 19:43
From a charting point of view I concur with what has been said though they seem to have ignored a resistance line at 8p.
Those who remember the dreaded 8p will know it was a hard nut to crack.
It might take an RNS to push back it through that level.
A bit of advertising might do the trick.




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