Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Petards LSE:PEG London Ordinary Share GB00B4YL8F73 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% 28.50p 28.00p 29.00p 28.50p 28.375p 28.50p 22,529.00 13:43:42
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 15.3 0.9 2.6 11.0 10.13

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27/3/201709:58Petard's Group - The Long Story829.00
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Petards Daily Update: Petards is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PEG. The last closing price for Petards was 28.50p.
Petards 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 35,544,389 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Petards is £10,130,150.87.
rivaldo: Personally I prefer PEG to reinvest their capital into new, improved products and marketing, which would bring about greater growth and potentially a share price two or three times the current level given the global opportunities in rail, electronic countermeasures and ANPR. Beaufort have increased their target price to 34p: "Petards Group (PEG.L, 28.54p) – Speculative Buy The AIM quoted developer of advanced security and surveillance systems, reports its audited results for the year ended 31 December 2016. Revenues rose 17% to £15.3 million (2015: £13.1 million), while gross margin up to 36.3% from 35.2% in 2015, leading to an operating profit increase to £1,095,000 (2015: £935,000 profit) and profit after tax £910,000 (2015: £765,000 profit). Having generated £1 million of operating cash inflows (2015: £1.2 million), cash at 31 December 2016 was £2.3 million (31 Dec 2015: £2.5 million) with the Group holding no bank debt. It’s closing order book was £20 million (2015: £16 million), having grown by £8 million in the second half of 2016 with orders received from Siemens Mobility, Bombardier Transportation, Greater Western Rail, Hitachi Rail Europe and the MOD. Exports increased by 57% to £5.3 million and now comprise over one third of Group revenues. The acquisition of QRO Solutions successfully completed in April 2016 for net cash consideration of £239,000, contributing £78,000 to EBITDA before acquisition expenses. Our view: In light of the strength of the Group's order book, with some £12 million expected to be shipped and taken to revenue during 2017, together with on-going discussions with both new and existing customers for further projects, the market should remain confident about Petards’ prospects for 2017. Importantly, an improved gross margin also reflects the quality of work being undertaken. On this basis, Beaufort has now upgraded its 2017E and 2018E earnings forecasts, to 2.2p and 2.4p respectively, implying P/E multiples of just 13.4x and 12.3x. Year-end net cash should also build out to over £1m this year, even though working capital and capital expenditure demands remain high. Improving visibility now suggests the valuation gap with larger peers in the support services sector should close, taking it to around a 15.5x, or 34p a share, for the current year. Beaufort retains its Speculative Buy recommendation on the shares."
rivaldo: As well as raising their price target to 35p today, WH Ireland note that they have "conservatively" raised their FY 2017E earnings expectation by 4.2%. They also conclude: "Closing order book £20m; £12m currently scheduled for 2017 The order book at the beginning of the year stood at £20m, illustrating a 23% increase from a year earlier and almost 70% ahead of that reported at the interim stage. Importantly, the order book for FY 2017E currently stands at £12m. On the back of the results, we have conservatively raised our FY 2017E diluted earnings expectation by 4.2%, whilst introducing FY 2018E estimates for the first time, illustrating a 2-year EPS CAGR of 8.2%. We raise our share price target to 35p Based on our forecasts, the shares currently trade on a FY 2017E fully diluted adjusted PER of 13.2x and adjusted EV/EBITDA of 5.2x. Given the increase in our estimates, the level of secured work, in addition to the pipeline of opportunities, we believe that these multiples continue to undervalue the business and we raise our share price target to 35p, equating to a FY 2017E PER of 16.5x."
qs99: great, cheers....share price is blue today happy days!
rivaldo: With the Defence division recently winning and extending the MOD contract renewal, I'd love to see PEG announcing a further contract win or two re electronic countermeasures etc. This would really set the share price alight imo in adding further global potential via Defence to the already highly successful Rail division.
the oak tree: Here's an extract from stockopedia daily company comment. Hope they don't mind! Well worth subscribing to them. Quite agree re the £10m cap and it then appearing on many more radars. Doubt wampy for these tiny caps. Petards (LON:PEG)Share price: 24.75p (+13%)No. shares: 34.9mMarket cap: £9mContract WinI've been prompted to comment on this small contract win with Siemens, a longstanding customer of Petards:The equipment to be supplied provides the trains and their drivers with enhanced capability in the areas of security and surveillance through CCTV coverage, both internal and external, of saloon areas combined with pantograph, forward facing and track debris monitoringThe order is worth approximately £2 million. Engineering activities will commence immediately with the first equipment deliveries to be made at the end of the first quarter 2017 and it is anticipated that the project will be completed during 2018.It's the third contract win announcement from Petards since October, all coming on the back of a promising interim report which showed continuing PBT of £526k. The shares have picked up quite a bit of momentum, doubling since July.Perhaps if the market cap can break through £10 million, it might show up on the radar screen for a few more investors?It's probably worth researching in more detail. I tried studying it a couple of years ago, but realised that I would have a lot of difficulty predicting its lumpy contract wins. So in the end I waited for an exceptionally cheap share price, and never quite pulled the trigger on it Maybe someone is out there with a keener insight into the demand for these products: train CCTV systems, passenger counting systems, etc.
tiltonboy: We view this morning’s news as being highly supportive for Petards, further building the order book beyond the current financial year. At this stage we leave our FY 2016E and FY 2017E PBT/diluted EPS estimates unchanged (FY 2016E £0.9m/1.9p, FY 2017E £1.0m/2.0p), this contract helping to further underpin our forecasts. Based on our estimates, the shares currently trade on a FY 2016E fully diluted PER of 11.8x falling to 10.8x in FY 2017E. Given the level of secured work, as demonstrated by a number of notable contracts wins in recent months, in addition to the pipeline of opportunities ahead, we see further upside to the shares. We maintain our Buy recommendation and raise our share price target to 28p (from 22p), which would equate to a FY 2017E PER multiple of c.14x.
rivaldo: Wow - a £6m contract win is more than PEG's m/cap! The added visibility to revenues for both 2017 and 2018 is really encouraging. We should see further broker forecast upgrades, and this should initiate new levels for the share price.
rivaldo: Extracts from WHI's note this morning FYI: "Petards Interims – another period of sustained progress Petards supplies advanced security and surveillance systems to the Transport, Defence and Emergency Services markets. H1 2016A results demonstrated another solid performance, with revenue ahead by 22.2% and PBT by 33.4%. Whilst the order book fell by 25% in the six months to 30 June, in excess of £4m in new orders have since been received. With the order book currently standing at £13.5m, visibility for the current financial year remains robust, with a good pipeline of opportunities continuing to be presented. On the back of the results, we leave our revenue and PBT forecasts unchanged, whilst we increase our capex assumption to take account of investment being made. We maintain our Buy recommendation and raise our 12-month share price target to 22p (from 20p), equating to a PER of 12x." "We raise our share price target to 22p Based on our forecasts, the shares currently trade on a FY 2016E fully diluted PER of 9.8x and EV/EBITDA of 3.5x. Given the level of secured work, in addition to the pipeline of opportunities ahead, we believe that these multiples continue to undervalue the business. Following these results, we raise our share price target to 22p, still a c.20% discount to the sector PER multiple."
barnetpeter: Yes and there will be until the water hall convert stock is gone. That wont be til 2018 and remember the conversion price is just 8 pence. I cannot think there is much left though with this now above 15p. Just converting some I had with one broker but will keep the main amount I have with another. It pays 7 per cent but of course the 100% profit plus is tempting with the PEG price heading for 20p for 150%.
the oak tree: Am afraid I don't know too much about PEGs past as wasn't around back then but looking at the numbers it certainly must have really disappointed many back in 2012/2013. I suspect thats why we are on such a low valuation as once bitten, twice shy as they say. The market hates to be disappointed. But that is now quite some time ago and its perfomed well and certainly has reasonable forceast number. One thing its never seamed to have done (I'm only going back to 2010 as using Stockopedia) is how little money it actually made even in the years it sold well. e.g. in 2011 it sold £12.1m but had a net profit of only £0.32m Thats looking like changing with a forecast net profit in 2016E of £0.9m and 2017E £1.01m. Back in 2012 it achieved a share price of 31p before it all went pear shaped. One thing I do like is the regular contract sales we are getting told about that PEG wins. Just get the impression they are winning these quite easy now. And that tends to mean the later contracts will have some decent margin in them rather than it's a company trying to win business with a new untested product. Just a hunch ofcourse but have seen this played out before. Its true they haven't changed their forecast numbers with recent contract wins but perhaps thats just taking a conservative approach given they disappointed so badly 3/4 years ago? Be keen to hear what has changed since 2012? New people / products etc? Happy holder at the moment.....
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