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|With its focus on Fleet customers Quartix represents a classic technology play for us.
The perfect combination of decent hardware and good software in a growing market with focused marketing delivers great top line growth, high operating margins, great cash flow and lots of delightful recurring revenue. With ambitious entrepreneurial managers remaining significant shareholders and still driving things it’s probably worth paying a premium for Quartix!|
|Mmmm wonder why he's added at this stage ? This is on my watchlist currently, might be promoted on Monday.|
|Quartix Holdings plc, one of Europe's leading suppliers of subscription-based vehicle tracking systems, software and services, has been notified that Jim Warwick, non-executive director of the Company, yesterday purchased 12,500 ordinary shares of 1 pence each in the Company ("Ordinary Shares") at a price of 399.5 pence per Ordinary Share. As a result, Mr. Warwick is now interested in 52,500 Ordinary Shares of the Company, representing 0.11 per cent. of the issued share capital|
|Could Quartix shares find their way to a fiver?
Published on 28 Feb 2017
Technical analyst Zak Mir is tipping the Quartix Holdings PLC (LON:QTX) share price to hit £5 over the coming few months.
“We’ve had a rising trend channel here since the summer of 2015. [There’s been] a recent bear-trap rebound from below 300p and up again through the 200-day moving average at 354p,” explains Mir in the latest Proactive Investors Bulletin Board segment.
The view at the moment is that while we’re above the 200-day line on a weekly close basis we could hit the top of the 2015 channel at 500p over the next three to four months.”
Could Quartix shares find their way to a fiver?
10:30 28 Feb 2017
|Quartix on track with fleet services
27 February 2017
[StockMarketWire.com - finnCap today reaffirms its corporate investment rating on Quartix Holdings Plc and raised its price target to 400p (from 375p).]
|Quartix boss Andy Walters talks of 'very good growth' in both fleet and insurance operations
ProactiveInvestors Stocktube Published on 27 Feb 2017
Quartix Holdings plc (LON:QTX) managing director Andy Walters tells Proactive the company's enjoyed a strong year with revenues overall growing 19% to £23.3mln in the 12 months ended December 31.
Fleet, its largest operation, expanded by 15%, while insurance grew by 25%.
Quartix boss Andy Walters talks of 'very good growth' in both fleet and insurance operations
11:30 27 Feb 2017
|The Business Presentation you provided the link to, MW, is superb.
|Small Cap Value Report (Mon 27 Feb 2017) - QTX
Monday, Feb 27 2017 by Paul Scott
|Thanks for sharing the links MartyWidget. Great results, positive momentum. Sensible dividend policy.|
|Financial results presentations, 27th February 2017:
Quartix Holdings plc 2016 Results: Business Presentation
Quartix Holdings plc, Financial Results Presentation
Final Results Presentation 27 February 2017
|Terrific business - cash conversion superb.|
|From yesterday, 23 Feb 2017 09:36 Cantor Initiates Quartix Holdings At Buy, Price Target At 400p
|Strong end of day high, suggesting more advance tomorrow.|
|Not a chartist but appearance to this amateur looks as if there is fairly good support around 315p/320p since March 29 and June 23. So hopefully it will stabilize around here and then recover a bit.|
|Indeed - looks like a proper business:-)
Should've top-sliced and bought back - never did understand the price excursion.
|Yes APAD and worth mentioning the 40% ROCE average over last three years....I thought it was pricey when above £4.50 but at this level it seems decent.|
|3.6% FCF Yield, too, Hydrus.
Looks like Value to me :-)
|That was just fleet, you forgot to tell us about insurance. Have another look and try again. I am comforted by 29% increase in FCF and similar group revenue growth. Thanks for your input.|
|I suspect that like TRAK this is due a visit down to the 200p case. Lack of news and mediocre device growth of 7% cannot sustain such a valuation for long.|
|What happened here? This just went off a cliff late September without any real news flow, or declaration of reduced holding by a major investor...|
|Happy to agree to disagree APAD, although I wouldn't disagree that "they are proper businesses", simply that there are plenty of proper growing businesses more sensibly priced.|
|Fundamentally different viewpoints, mm.
We'll agree to differ in principle, I reckon.
But, agree that QTX is highly valued on a backwards PER of 40.
BOO numbers might become a bit clearer on Tuesday.
I don't have a date for QTX.
One thing that is clear about both companies is that they are proper businesses, not dream machines, and their financials are straightforward.
|Good debate - I've personally held QTX and BOO but hold neither at the moment. QTX I sold out at 4.24, BOO I got wrong and sold at 50p.
IMHO whilst I do like to buy and hold sometimes holding at a high valuation compared to the growth is asking for trouble - ideally depending on how big the position is I prefer to sell or if in doubt top slice and then find the next underrated company.|
|"It is not just a shop without premises it is a brand, and brand valuations can be extraordinarily high."
Alternatively in the rag trade they can be deemed unfashionable in the blink of an eye, and suddenly the brand is "barge pole" territory for their target market. Just think French Connection and many more that have gone before.
"However, I think the BOO comparison is not valid as speculating about BOO's growth rate a couple of year's ahead is just speculation."
Just as valid as any speculating about any other company's growth rate I'd suggest.
Any company in any industry with a forward p/e rate above 50 is priced to perfection imo (apart from micro-caps where you sometimes see EPS growth of 100%+ in the early years). BOO is not a micro-cap.|