OMG! Tuesday 13 April: Summary of last week’s newsletter

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The OMG newsletter recommends at least 15 companies each month, using the writers’ experience of small caps to give you a winning edge. Last week they wrote about Kromek, Proteome and Itaconix. Read about these Opportunities 4 Material Gains! 


Wednesday Tip

Our tip was Digitalbox (LSE:DBOX) which   recently reported a  solid  set of  finals and the shares seem set for a rally. It owns Entertainment Daily aimed at woman 25-40 years old and since its listing has acquired The Daily Mash and  more recently The Tab , which was acquired in October after raising £1.2m at 4.9p  from a  a single strategic investor. This student publication was brought for cash as lossmaking and is already reported to be profitable. The Daily Mash started the Mash Report a satirical current affairs TV program with an audience of 1m and is set to be adopted by another TV Channel. DBox’s revenues are generated from digital advertising a sector  set to growth 23% over the next three years to £507billion. Over the last year its base has nearly doubled to 12m monthly users. After the recent Tab success, the plan is to continue the buy-and-build strategy, by acquiring complementary content from legacy publishers, troubled and start-ups businesses. Year-end net cash of £1.9m included a ‘soft’ Covid loan of £0.5m but still allowing room for a relatively significant acquisition and the ability to move quickly.


Results Previews

Northbridge Industrial Services (LSE: NBI) recently 98.5p report finals on Tuesday 15th April and it is a tale of two divisions. The strategic focus is on increasing its revenue from the high growth markets related to power reliability. As for the third year in a row there is a record order book for the sale of loadbanks and a backlog of enquiries for rental projects. Power reliability is a growth business and Crestchic’s prospect benefit from new opportunities such  as energy storage battery farms are being integrated into the UK grid and require high voltage load tests. After deducting the exceptional cost of £7.7m,  a small PBT is anticipated to be announced. Further funding should only be for acquisitions and after investor faith in its organic growth is re-established.


Review Section  5th April

ITX – 6.5p- It still depends

PRM – 4.2p – Demand is there…

DEST – 175p – Trial results

RLE – 33.5p – 40% NAV discount

CER – 480p – Largest ever contract

ELCO – 106.5p – Resilient strategy

REAT – 2p – Cleaning acquisition

DBOX – 6.85p – Solid base

SEE – 9.85p – Recurring revenues grow

ANGL – 81.3p – Labs open

ANCR – 236p – Reduced debt

BLV – 205p – New lettings brand

RUA – 144p – Positive animal trials


Finally There is likely to be uneven economic  recovery with alternating sector growth  likely to give   a red then green  on & off, strop-light  effect on markets.


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