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% 35.00p 33.00p 37.00p 35.00p 35.00p 35.00p 1,952.00 07:40:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil Equipment Services & Distribution 7.0 0.7 3.3 10.8 11.51

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Getech Daily Update: Getech Group is listed in the Oil Equipment Services & Distribution sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GTC. The last closing price for Getech was 35p.
Getech Group has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
The 1 year high share price is - while the 1 year low share price is currently -.
There are currently 32,895,748 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Getech Group is £11,513,511.80.
hybrasil: I think the really interesting is that despite the share price jump of 10% very few shares have changed hands
yump: Well it was one of the nicest bottoms I've seen for a long while, nice and smooth with a gradual settling of the share price. So I averaged down a lot when it flattened out, hopefully will be in profit soon, but going to ride it to wherever it gets to, given the model has slightly changed and in a few years they might be a lot less dependent on immediate exploration spend. Plus if they get some extra business as a result of others going under... Bought as a cyclical play, but might not end up being that.
yump: 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: 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: zoolook Haven't seen a tip, if there was then presumably for recovery prospects, but the current price reaction (or lack of it) is interesting. Perhaps after the first half loss, something worse than the trading update was anticipated. Clearly any official or other targets where the eps is quoted and the share price range is an exact multiple based on an arbitrary p/e of 10, is not worth anything.
discodave4: So, to put this into context, you think that the GTC share price has nothing to do with their financial performance (profit warnings), it's perceived value in relation to their numbers, their profits, their assets, their book value, their CASH, etc., etc., but is to do solely with the markets in general?.So please enlighten me, how have you derived a fair value for GTC's share price, now and in the future, and is it a pile of poo or not?.My guess is you can't say even answer your own questions let alone those I have asked (time and time again), you just haven't a clue wtf your on about.No wonder other threads call you an idiot troll and have you on filter as soon as you show up.NAV 27pBook Value 11pWHI forecast 1.7eps (say share price 15p-17p tops).GLDD
yump: I'll be a little more precise for you as we seem to have a misunderstanding and it seems very important to you for some odd reason to keep popping back up here, despite not being invested. I'm talking about the market, as in the investment market and the share price. Which are clearly hardly ever rational. So the idea is to figure out when a share has been knocked down, why and whether it is actually a pile of poo, or has been subject to some other circumstance that has caused a problem. The recovery in the share price will be nothing to do with book values, cash in hand, NAV or what has happened in the past. Simply because people don't invest like that. Tulips etc. The examples are everywhere. By the way, I think after upwards of 7 posts from you quoting the NAV and NTAV, I think most people will have got that one. Whatever historical relevance it has. ( Seriously, for you own peace of mind, you need to try to stop yourself with that one, its not good for you. )
eastbourne1982: The recent report said the following: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Strong start to the second half-year with record February sales and US$1m new contract in April ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Seems fairly positive to me, regarding where the share price goes, who knows ?? you say 11p is a possibility, anything can happen, if the industry sees a bit of a recovery the price could easily be north of 60p, i.e. even if they only get profits back to 1 - 1.5 million within the next 12 months a market cap of circa 16 million wouldn't be unrealistic when you add in a couple of million in cash. As ever we will have to wait and see however as a newcomer to this company I see the risk / reward around 27p as being quite reasonable.
eastbourne1982: Dipped a toe in here today at 27p, financial position seems very sound and capable of coping with a year or two more of tough trading conditions, the recent update actually seemed fairly reasonable to me with February being a record month and the odd large deal coming through, strange why the share price isn't closer to 40p imho.
grahamg8: Bought back in just before Christmas after 15 months on the side lines. For once I seem to have timed it correctly. Recent posts mirror my views. The resource exploration sector is in dire trouble and FY results warn of 'below expectations' outlook. But there are also hints of optimism too. With a full piggy bank GTC should survive any downturn but the share price movement in the next two years is anyone's guess.
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