Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Fairfx Gp LSE:FFX London Ordinary Share GB00BLS0XX25 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 28.25p 27.50p 29.00p 28.25p 28.25p 28.25p 127,327 07:43:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 7.4 -3.4 -4.8 - 29.13

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Fairfx Gp Daily Update: Fairfx Gp is listed in the General Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FFX. The last closing price for Fairfx Gp was 28.25p.
Fairfx Gp has a 4 week average price of 28.70p and a 12 week average price of 29.89p.
The 1 year high share price is 36.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 19.50p.
There are currently 103,116,039 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 62,535 shares. The market capitalisation of Fairfx Gp is £29,130,281.02.
quepassa: Now beneath the placing price of last year. I am sure there will be a lot of detailed and searching questions at the investor presentation tomorrow being held at FinnCap in The City. Such as:- 1. Why there is such a small free float and how this impacts on small shareholders. -Especially as the host of the seminar, The Share Soc., is a champion of small shareholder rights. 2. The cash burn on advertising versus income. 3. A detailed explanation of how FairFx calculate their oft-quoted rising customer numbers. 4. Why the share price is now below the flotation price, especially as it went up some 70% or so after the IPO. 5. Detailed look at the balance sheet figures and cash-flow statements for the Company. Not just a glossy blue-sky story/presentation of providing cheap fx services. 6. How the current net worth of the Company supports the current market valuation of the Company of circa £30million. 7. The intentions of the large shareholders vis-à-vis keeping their shareholdings or otherwise. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa: All gone quiet here. The share price is now below the 45p IPO price last year. This does not necessarily surprise me. One notes that FairFx will be advertising on Sky. I do ask myself when they claim they are following in the footsteps of Rolex, Santander and Shell in so doing, how the advertising budget of Fairfx compares to these elite global companies. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa: Anyone who bought at or near 45p just last month in August has done extremely well with the share price now at 75p. Must perhaps be tempting to sell and bank a 66% gain in just a few short weeks, especially after the Company came out with yesterday's loss-making figures. Fascinating multi-page feature in this week's Shares Magazine which reviews in great detail recent IPO activity. The feature is titled: IPO Secrets. - How to pick the best and avoid the worst. With a 66% gain FairFx are almost at the very top of the gainers list. But it is surprising how even some well-known names like Poundland and Royal Mail initially shot up so dramatically but have now equally fallen back a long way. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
microscope: Market seems to be reacting very positively to the growth performance and strategy outlined in the interims this morning, hopefully will translate to net profits before long too(link to interims under the share price graph in my header post). '...Top ranked by consumer ratings companies...' ;) Extract: '...Key Financial Highlights -- Revenue up 68% to GBP223 million (H1 2013: GBP133 million) -- Gross profit up 42% to GBP1.82 million (H1 2013: GBP1.28 million) 'Key Operational Highlights -- Retail Customer numbers increased in the first half by 44,094 (H1 2013: 26,175) to a total of 362,407, a growth rate of 68%, principally fuelled by increased and targeted marketing spend -- Growth in each multi-payment and single-payment category -- Continued investment in technological R&D - P2P matching platform provides major edge -- Top ranked by consumer ratings companies -- Significant upgrades to website, mobile and Apps expected by year end...'
microscope: Up again today. Thing about these 'soundbyte sites', they bring up some negative stuff about most companies it seems, (as well as positive of course), happened across some negative comments about Caxton too, not all good comments! (dyor) ;) Anyway more relevantly my opinion is that a lot of companies on AIM seem often only to move significantly on newsflow, this company hasn't yet had any after day one, but continues to do very nicely, thank you! Hopefully any good newsflow might see the share price continue to improve.
microscope: Coincidentally enough the last five comments all come from 'novice' members who appear to have joined that site not long before the time of their posts. Lack of much detail about their concerns in their posts too, indeed the last ten or so going back to about April the pattern mainly continues. Might make a few people with more suspicious minds than mine more than wonder a wee bit.... Just sayin' ;) 4/5 star rating in all four categories I see (rounded from 3.9 to 4.1/5), 74% approval, despite those oddly similar posts. FairFx comes out pretty well overall imho :) Anyway, think the share price is a rather more relevant and substantive indicator that a few anecdotal 'soundbytes', personally! ;) Not saying some of these people don't have the odd genuine concern, but show me a business where everything goes right all the time! Up again today, hope nobody missed the boat! Might still not be too late if they did.
rocheberie: Microscope Thanks, I agree. If anything there is a upward squeeze on the share price due to a lack of sellers, which is also probably a factor of the low free share float and was a large part in my decision to buy
charlieej: When the big boys want their cash back they will either have to sell some of their shares into the market increasing the liquidity as you so crave or they will have to start paying dividends which, if they reflect the growth that I hope to see here, will drive up the share price. I am investing because I see the potential for rapid growth for a company already turning a profit and if that happens the share place won't remain static for too long.
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