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Interactive Prospect Targeting LSE:IPH London Ordinary Share GB00B01B0B28 ORD 0.4P
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  +0.00p +0.00% 1.75p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 22.3 -32.1 -84.6 - 0.78

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28/9/2016
09:20
Interactive Prospect Targeting Daily Update: Interactive Prospect Targeting is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IPH. The last closing price for Interactive Prospect Targeting was 1.75p.
Interactive Prospect Targeting 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 44,735,202 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Interactive Prospect Targeting is £782,866.04.
26/9/2008
15:23
masurenguy: This stock was tipped by both the IC and Profit Watch last year. Hope that anyone who bought in by following these tips operated a strict stop loss and got out whilst the shares still had a three digit price ! ..................................... Chiva20 - 19 Jan'07 - 177 of 442: IC tip - IPT is therefore expected to more than double its pre-tax profits to £5.2m this year, which translates into EPS of 9.3p (6.2p in 2005). Next year, EPS is forecast to increase by another third to 12.4p. IPT is a leader in a fast-growing sector, so the prospective PE ratios of 15 times for 2007, based on a share price of 185p, suggest this share has good times ahead of it. piu888 - 27 Mar'07 - 249 of 442: Profit Watch Recommends Dear Fellow Profit Watcher, There's a huge trend building in 2007 and it's one that we at Profit Watch want to be on. The profit opportunity we want to talk to you about is online advertising and I believe the little UK stock you're about to read about is the best way to play it. Think of internet search engines and you think of Google, right? It's without doubt the biggest, most important player in that sector. Well, we believe the stock my colleague, Richard Muller, is about to reveal to you could be destined to be the "Google of online advertising" – at least in the UK. And that makes it a great stock for you to buy right now. Richard is very excited about this one and makes it his top profit play for 2007. The company in question is Interactive Target Prospect Holdings (AIM, ticker: IPH). The company has a market cap of just over £80m and is trading at around 200p. It's an AIM-listed stock so you won't be able to hold this in your ISA, but you can hold it in your SIPP. Considering the positive fundamentals, IPH should trade at a significant premium to the sector averages – so at the current level, it looks very cheap to me. Assuming a reasonable growth rate in earnings per share of 30% per annum and a P/E of 30 times earnings, IPH could trade close to 395p by the end of 2007, and 514p by the end of 2008. This means it offers Profit Watch readers and any other smart investors buying at the current price of 188.5p a potential return in excess of 174% over the next two years. ACTION TO TAKE: Buy Interactive Prospect Targeting Holdings (IPH) at 240p or less. Stop loss at 150p.
03/1/2008
16:40
masurenguy: Why everyone should always DO THEIR OWN RESEARCH rather than follow tipsters ! 19 Jan'07 - 177 of 381: IC tip. While the traditional print media struggles to increase advertising revenues, online advertising is growing at a staggering rate. One company benefiting from this growth is Interactive Prospect Targeting (IPT). It is an online direct-marketing company that specialises in e-mail marketing - a sector that, in the UK, is expected to grow from a current annual spend of around £125m to more than £300m by 2008 IPT is expected to more than double its pre-tax profits to £5.2m this year, which translates into EPS of 9.3p (6.2p in 2005). Next year, EPS is forecast to increase by another third to 12.4p. IPT is a leader in a fast-growing sector, so the prospective PE ratios of 15 times for 2007, based on a share price of 185p, suggest this share has good times ahead of it. 27 Mar'07 - 12:46 - 249 of 381: Profit Watch Recommends. Richard is very excited about this one and makes it his top profit play for 2007. Why "the UK's own Google" could hand you 174%. The company in question is Interactive Target Prospect Holdings (AIM, ticker: IPH). The company has a market cap of just over £80m and is trading at around 200p. We're about finding extraordinary opportunities that could deliver outstanding profits. That's why we like this stock. IPH is the UK's largest online direct emailing company. It has a blue chip client base of over 250 customers and is operating in a high growth market with turnover close to £20 million in 2006. Clients include Royal Bank of Scotland, Lloyds TSB, Tesco, Vodafone, Carphone Warehouse, Royal Mail, Yahoo, Morgan Stanley and Halifax, to name a few. Where I believe IPH is ahead of Google, is that IPH can send advertising to its database members, the consumers, and does not have to wait for the consumer to first do a keyword search for items that they would be interested in. "views". Should IPH in theory not be worth more than the $1.65billion? It might be an extreme comparison, but I think that IPH is definitely worth more than its current market cap of £80 million, or even £166m. The stock is trading on a Price to Sales ratio of 6 vs. the sector average of 94, and Price Earnings ratio of 23.97 times, vs. the sector average of 25.21. IPH generates a ROE of 14%, vs. sector average of -11%. Considering the positive fundamentals, IPH should trade at a significant premium to the sector averages – so at the current level, it looks very cheap to me. Assuming a reasonable growth rate in earnings per share of 30% per annum and a P/E of 30 times earnings, IPH could trade close to 395p by the end of 2007, and 514p by the end of 2008. This means it offers Profit Watch readers and any other smart investors buying at the current price of 188.5p a potential return in excess of 174% over the next two years. ACTION TO TAKE: Buy Interactive Prospect Targeting Holdings (AIM:IPH) at 240p or less. Stop loss at 150p.
21/11/2007
12:35
chiva20: Anyone there at all? Would appreciate feedback of this buyer, anyone have any indication of what is going on? Have recently spoken to people in the marketplace who tell me IPT is selling out on quality in an effort to boost revenues and attractiveness to the potential buyer. Perfectly natural but I am concerned over the time it is taking to fulfil this deal for a small premium on this price. If a buyer doesn't come the share price will tank. Giving it a week before I sell up, downside is increasingly outweighing the potential upside, might be premature but increasingly feeling like this is a bad odds gamble and not instilled with confidence by the bad news I'm hearing form the sector. Can anyone substantiate the rumours or have a helpful opinion?
22/5/2007
09:11
bluebelle: cool That's interesting. I don't know the company at grass roots level as you guys do, but as I posted a few months ago, when I researched the company and decided not to invest, that one of my concerns was that it is so sales driven and doesn't seem to have a clear marketing strategy. It also seemed very thin in terms of senior management. Companies like this have a much greater capacity, in my often painful experience as an investor, to surprise on the downside than the up, for the simple reason they have no tangible assets and have to set really ambitious sales targets to drive the staff and sustain the share price and some unforeseen event - as basic as the unexpected departure of a good salesman or a flu outbreak - can have a dramatic effect on profit and share price. Once the company gets a reputation for disappointing - as this one disappointed with the last set of figures without giving a really good explanation as to how it was a one off - then it has to work doubly hard to regain investor confidence.
22/5/2007
08:58
coolchilli: This looks more like EXPN than a reshape Chiva. Have spoken to a source there this morning to get more details, and the office closure is one of the small companies they bought last year being 'moved' to London, but reading between the lines they didn't know what they bought and are now cutting it loose. Apparently about 35 people have gone over the last month or so, and there is understandable anxiety in those who have left. Especially with middle management who can't afford to exit with the share price as it is at the moment. My source says that very little information is being filtered from the top and no sense of strategy. It seems that for about six months there have been cut backs and money saving initiatives (apparently starting with the cancellation of the staff xmas party!), but now the redundancies are kicking in. We could really do with an announcement from IPH as to what their strategy is at the mo, otherwise perhaps we'll just have to wait for the interim results.
01/4/2007
14:01
coolchilli: not one to blow my own trumpet, but: coolchilli - 9 Jan'07 - 17:24 - 168 of 318 edit Trading statement due in the next couple of days. Word on the street is that another acquisition on the cards v. soon... That said, the people problems posted a while back scare me away from a buy position. While strong on sales, they seem to lack any operational experience. The way to make money from IPH is to go short in my view. share price will be closer to 100p than 200p, mark my words. jakleeds - 9 Jan'07 - 17:31 - 169 of 318 Oh, ok then. Chiva20 - 9 Jan'07 - 22:05 - 170 of 318 Lol - well I'm selling my holding right away. If you want my advice, brenny, i dont think you should hold on this one. believing in a company and blindly sitting there watching the share price fall is not a smart investment move. if you really believe in ipt and have some standing in the market, maybe take the ceo out for coffee to chat about strategy. i for one cannot see this share going anywhere near 200p again until some confidence is given to the market by a dramatic change in strategy/ exceptional results. there has been a lot of ramping about this share over the last six months. you can spot who the rampers are (Chiva in particular) by their relative silence in the last week. i think the time for hype on iph is over, and its now time to apply serious investment strategies if you're going to make money on this share. i'm not holding any position (long or short) at the moment, as i cant decide which way the price is going to go, but my hunch is that its going to sit in a fairly tight range for the time. lets see what the next statement says, and also what TMN say about results. If TMN announce that 2007 has been a quiet year, then maybe there will be a little more faith in IPH. if, on the other hand, and as I suspect TMN say that trading has been good in 2007- this could kill IPH even further. p.s. brenny, if you're serious about investing- i'll recommend you some good books. let me know and i'll email your gmail account.
29/3/2007
14:07
bluebelle: ok Headline operating margins mean very little with this type of company, certainly to investors like me : what is important is net profit and, even more important, net cash. The jury is NOT out on cash generation as far as I'm concerned : there were some very good posts about this here (not by me I hasten to add) in, I think, December / January. I think the jury has delivered its verdict over the last few days. You're right about investment in web sites, but that's just the problem some of us have been warning about for quite some time now. You can buy growth, either by acquisition or by investment, capitalise your investment and show the (notional) value of the acquisition as an asset, but unless those investments/assets are cash generating, you run the risk of basking in the warm cosy glow of an artificially inflated asset valuation, producing an asset price bubble (i.e. an over valued share price) which bursts on any negative news. Like some other posters, I was also a bit surprised by, if my reading is correct, the rather complacent tone of the Chairman's comments. What's that quote ? If you can keep your head when all around are losing theirs....you probably haven't appreciated the full extent of the problem ! Time will tell but I think the only thing which will produce a material upward movement in share price post-bubble, if that's what it is, is cash inflow to underpin it. Markets (i.e. investors) don't like surprises, especially nasty ones, and the fact that the latest news was completely unexpected following the January (I think) trading statement makes me wonder about the positions of the Chairman and CEO. Do they now still have the credibility with investors so that the latter group will believe future trading statements and forecasts, or is there a need (if they can find one) to draft in a heavyweight figure to try and restore 'City credibility' ? Each to his own, so by all means have your small punt, but this is not for me at the moment.
27/3/2007
11:14
coolchilli: Robsy, my concern is that goodwill aside- net assets have not increased in 12 months. i'm not saying that im an asset backer, but i do like there to be some substance in the companies i buy. debtors and creditors- its not that they have increased, its that there is a massive swing. look at the debtor figure for 2005 and for 2006. the only explanation for this i can offer is that the businesses they bought had very different accountancy practices which they were not able to reconcile by year end. you are correct about the cash-flow. ive noticed that the £11m raised by new shares issued is cancelled out by £11m for acquisitions. i dont remember iph paying £11m total cash consideration for smartquotes and directinet- maybe someone else can throw some light on this. i dont think you can compare todays iph with that of may last year. those that paid 2.05 in may will be feeling pretty sick today unless of course they were able to sell at the 2.40 high. i dont think 1.50 is cheap if you look at fundamentals, and also factor in the fact that this is no longer a company riding high on confidence and bragging about its prospects for the future. i've also heard today that they are moving offices in victoria later this year which is going to be a very expensive undertaking now they have 200+ staff, and which will plague productivity- unless of course they are masters of operational efficiency- which, from todays news and that leaking out over the lsat months, we know they are not. imo, wait and see where the share price is when TMN announce results and then take a view of whether IPT is overvalued. i expect iph still has some way to fall this week.
28/1/2007
00:15
melody9999: Chiva - seems to me that this might get some attention now. If forecast eps for 2007 is 12.4p (your post 177) and so PE at 200 is say 17 for 33% growth. Peers in on-line media are on PEs 25+. At a PE of 25 this would set a target of 300+p for IPH share price. ie hike of 25% over the previous high of 240p which seems reasonable for the growth. So thats my target - 300p DYOR
22/1/2007
11:01
melody9999: Seems a good piece that Chiva. When you compare with Toluna,Yougov and RNOW then the share price has some catching up to do. Anyway I spoke to company today and we can expect a trading update on Fri 26/1. People have this week to get in - because if IPH are just performing in line with the growth in their market areas, then the signs point to good results and the share price moving on up!
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