Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Getech Group LSE:GTC London Ordinary Share GB00B0HZVP95 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 33.50p 32.00p 35.00p 33.50p 33.50p 33.50p 6,677.00 07:36:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil Equipment Services & Distribution 7.0 0.7 3.3 10.3 11.02

Getech Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
02/12/2016
18:57
Ha - of course - sack your mates and work competitors then buy the dip - charming
luckymouse
02/12/2016
15:27
It was a director Buy How he managed that price I don't know but there is now a clear Bowl formation in the chart. That is quite a considerable purchase too Should I wait for next week to get some more? Erm.
big7ime
29/11/2016
10:19
It was 25 a few days ago - maybe a fund mgr just said get rid of it at any cost - or it was a buy & it should have been reported as a late block trade but they forgot. Essentially the rules around late trades, negotiated trades, iceberg orders etc etc are all stacked in the pros favor so they can deal in size more or less secretly without upsetting an illiquid. Looking at the old levels, the price action, the osc's and the news where they made a few brutal decisions to be survivable my guess is it was a buy on a recovery play.
luckymouse
29/11/2016
09:23
But surely not at 25, with the timing of those trades - Shows what little we really know about what goes on
big7ime
28/11/2016
23:48
Looking at that old buyzone could be a seller clearing or someone hitting it at institutional rates - they don't have to report until the blocks gone through & for size have different rates to us
luckymouse
28/11/2016
17:42
Weird - presumably no way of knowing but they can't be all sells. The price picked up before the volume. Although somebody might not know something, something must be going on. Unless the 25p is just misquoted.
yump
28/11/2016
17:33
Wtf are those Trades at 25p?
big7ime
28/11/2016
12:26
Judging by the volume this is just bottom fishing, not the old 'somebody knows something' thing.
yump
24/11/2016
19:19
You know you love me really that's why you keep posting to me.Never mind Yumpy, try not to cry in front of the hedgehog!.BLDD
discodave4
24/11/2016
18:59
So much for 'moving on'. Why not stay and let the compulsion have its outlet.
yump
24/11/2016
18:38
At least I'm not drowning here Yumpy.......patience costs nothing.Your still clueless I see.Enjoy your pregnant sideways hedgehog!DD
discodave4
24/11/2016
14:45
Wow, that's a long time to be not invested and now out of the blue 'moving on', when the bottom might well have passed. Takes all sorts I guess. Best of luck with your investments. Just remember to buy low and sell high and you'll do OK.
yump
08/11/2016
19:06
H2 benefitted from an £845k adjustment to the ERCL earn-out. This £845k was accounted for as a gain in admin costs I think, so I reckon admin costs did not actually halve. Without that £845k adjustment, June's prediction of a full-year pre-tax profit would have been missed. At least this adjustment means that £980k ERCL earn-out liability has now largely gone.
tmfmayn
08/11/2016
14:59
A depressed share price always supports a gloomy view. Only a minority of people bought houses towards the end of the 80's crash. Not many buyers of trackers in 2003, but they have given a great return. The trick is buying businesses and investments that are actually capable of recovering and not subject to long term structural change. There are of course rumours of the death of exploration, but imo they are not anywhere near as bad as the actual deaths of parts of traditional retailing. So called recovery stocks imo probably aren't. ie. Sainsburys, Tescos, M&S etc. Since the re-training of the consumer masses to constantly look for cheap stuff, discounts and of course real stuff (ie. who needs a choice of 20 different brands of cheddar cheese - multiplied by how ever many other brands of other foods). Plus the internet has allowed relatively easy market segmentation in clothing, to give segment targeted brands, which don't need footfall, because they've got no shops. OK some of us are eating more, possibly, witness the obesity stats., but I don't think that's going to jump the overall market size for food. Here endeth...
yump
08/11/2016
14:21
Also not sure I see the build up of inventory as necessarily a bad thing - could easily be seen as pick up of work in progress, their line of work shouldn't produce obsolete stock. Actually from the Finals Inventories have increased by £775,000 over the year (2015: £112,000) due to the timing of the multiclient Regional Reports product cycle, with several new reports nearing completion at the end of the financial year, creating new products to be sold in 2017
cockerhoop
08/11/2016
14:15
GWR7, Whilst you've mentioned the capitalised dev costs you omitted the associated Depreciation and Amortisation of 671k which almost cancels it out. Admin Costs have also been halved from H1 to H2 - £1.96m to £0.87m. All of the cash burn was in H1 with H2 being cash neutral. Completely agree H1 was poor but H2 has been a big improvement.
cockerhoop
08/11/2016
12:24
Profit massaged though with tax credit and £0.8m capitalised development cost. I also note a steep rise in inventories. The truth is they used £2m cash leaving £2.8m in the kitty as of July 31st. So a number of red flags and no sign of a turnaround. Offshore explorers will continue to be cautious as they know the US can turn the shale oil taps on more quickly than they can, putting a cap on short to medium term gains in the oil price.
gwr7
08/11/2016
07:54
Clearly not make or break then, given today's result and possibly the bottom of the market and the share price was reached at 25p ish. Buy a house in a slump and wait.
yump
07/10/2016
10:49
Very quiet here It's a crucial time for this little co IMO, make or break - poo vs cash position
big7ime
29/9/2016
11:04
Starting to move a bit
mister md
03/8/2016
06:48
Interesting appointment. Should do a lot for the sp
hybrasil
04/7/2016
18:31
Not wasting my time Yumpy, far from it, learning a hell of a lot. Did a lot of research so curious to see how it goes, or should I say how long it lasts.How much you down here?....50%, 60%Here you go again, superiority complex and has to feel your the centre of everything!.GOOD LUCKDD
discodave4
04/7/2016
18:14
You're actually going to waste your own time posting your 'reviews' just because I'm invested ? I wasn't expecting to ever have that sort of control over anyone, so thanks for that.
yump
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