|Bid||0.0000 x 27000|
|Ask||0.0000 x 800|
|Day's Range||0.0017 - 0.0019|
|52 Week Range||0.0014 - 0.0530|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.22|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Aug 30, 2019 - Sep 9, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||3,000.00|
Toll Brothers, Cree, Alibaba, Disney, Sony and Helios and Matheson Analytics are the companies to watch.
Beleaguered movie ticket subscription company MoviePass Inc. recieved more bad news late Tuesday following a report that tens of thousands of customer bank card numbers were exposed. Over-the-counter shares of Helios & Matheson Analytics Inc. , which owns MoviePass, closed up 18% at $0.002 Tuesday. One of MoviePass's databases was found to be not protected with a password by security researcher Mossab Hussein, according to TechCrunch. The database contained 161 million records at the time, but more than 58,000 contained customer card data, according to the report.
MoviePass made a splash in 2017 with its outrageous deals to see unlimited movies in theaters. Keeping that original deal alive proved too tough to keep up, but does that mean it isn't worth it anymore?
The rollout of Regal Unlimited, a year after AMC Stubs A-List, seems to make Helios and Matheson's currently suspended MoviePass app obsolete.
MoviePass™, a premier movie theater subscription service, said today it is temporarily interrupting its service for subscribers in order to complete its work on an improved version of the MoviePass™ mobile application based on an enhanced technology platform. The interruption will be effective at 5 a.m. ET on July 4, 2019, and no subscribers will be charged during the interruption period. Subscribers will be automatically credited for the number of affected days once the service continues.
The leading movie chain's multiplex buffet is a hit for movie-hungry fans, but the stock has been cut in half since peaking late summer.
Moviefone™, the iconic media, news, and entertainment information service owned by Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc. (HMNY), announced the first season of THE MS. MOVIEFONE SHOW, a 16-episode interview series executive produced and hosted by Grae Drake (AKA Ms. Moviefone). MOVIEFONE SHOW will cover the hottest releases and the biggest stars, celebrating all things movie related in an interview show where NO ONE behaves, and EVERYONE has fun.
The movie ticket subscription service finally admits you can't make a profit paying full price for something you're going to resell at a discount.
Sinemia shuts down stateside operations -- effectively immediately -- as it concedes that its third-party movie service is unsustainable.
Moviefone™, the iconic media, news, and entertainment information service owned by Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc. (HMNY), today announced that former Rotten Tomatoes Senior Editor, Grae Drake, has assumed the role of “Ms. Moviefone” to serve as Moviefone’s leading brand personality. A nod to the memorable “Mr. Moviefone” character, Ms. Moviefone plans to become a pillar of the film industry and a go-to source for providing commentary on the entertainment industry and recommending which audiences will like which movies.
In the latest MoviePass news, parent company Helios and Matheson Analytics (OTCMKTS:HMNY) sold a large chunk of its new shares to cover expenses related to the troubled cinema business, playing a role in HMNY stock losing more than half its value on Tuesday.Source: WikipediaThe IT service management business said in a press release today that it had raised $6 million in new financing. Raising the money required Helios and Matheson Analytics to sell roughly 60,000 new shares of preferred stock "Helios' Series B Preferred Stock," which the company said are "convertible to 1,000,020,000 shares of its common stock."The move is an extension of previous moves in which the business has sold large amounts of new stocks in order cover hundreds of millions in losses linked to MoviePass, which went under a few months ago, but the company has been attempting to revive in recent weeks.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsThe company's decisions have greatly diluted the value of shareholders' stake in the company. Helios and Matheson Analytics also recently amended its latest quarterly report for the period ending September 30, displaying a net loss of $138.6 million. The business said the net proceeds of the financing will be used to "accelerate MoviePass' product development, fine tune its subscription technology, and increase MoviePass Films' investment in new films."HMNY stock fell roughly 55.6% on Tuesday by closing time, with shares selling for less than a penny per share heading into Wednesday. More From InvestorPlace * 7 Marijuana Stocks to Play the CBD Trend * 10 Stocks on the Rise Heading Into the Second Quarter * 7 Beaten-Up Stocks to Buy as They Reverse Course Compare Brokers The post MoviePass News: Why HMNY Stock Is Nosediving Today appeared first on InvestorPlace.
MoviePass™ and MoviePass Films’ parent company, Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc. (HMNY) (“Helios”), today announced it has raised a $6 million new round of financing. Helios plans to use the net proceeds of the financing to accelerate MoviePass’ product development, fine tune its subscription technology, and increase MoviePass Films’ investment in new films. “We are building the infrastructure, data and tools that we believe will power the next generation of MoviePass,” said Ted Farnsworth, Chairman and CEO of Helios.
Stacy Spikes helped change the way people think about going to the movies. With PreShow, he wants to do it again.
Some pretty shrewd moves by the country's leading multiplex operator played a part in the fade-out of Helios and Matheson's once-red-hot movie subscription service.
SAN DIEGO, CA / ACCESSWIRE / March 18, 2019 / The Shareholders Foundation, Inc. announces that a lawsuit is pending for certain investors in shares of Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc. (NASDAQ: HMNY). ...
Credit Suisse initiated coverage of AMC with an outperform rating, saying the stock's selloff is 'over done.' Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Brian Sozzi, Ines Ferre and Dan Roberts discuss.