Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ramsdens Holdings LSE:RFX London Ordinary Share GB00BDR6V192 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50p -0.27% 183.00p 181.00p 185.00p 183.625p 183.00p 183.50p 44,903 14:00:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 34.5 2.9 7.8 23.5 56.43

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Ramsdens Daily Update: Ramsdens Holdings is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RFX. The last closing price for Ramsdens was 183.50p.
Ramsdens Holdings has a 4 week average price of 171.50p and a 12 week average price of 143.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 189.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 89p.
There are currently 30,837,653 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 113,049 shares. The market capitalisation of Ramsdens Holdings is £56,432,904.99.
interceptor2: hTTps:// Interim results due 27th November yump. I added to my holding here on 3rd November, the day that competitor HAT issued a very strong trading update which bodes well for results from RST.
yump: It is funny / frustrating how when you go looking for smaller stocks that have reliably grown share price, you end up with 'boring' ones, which would never get touched by the hype tech. brigade. Except they're not so boring at all as the share price can grow very fast. eg. Fevertree, Gear4music etc. (which I totally missed and vowed not to do so again with any small stock however boring). Usually the good ones have a niche, are profitable and have a reasonable rating at the start (presumably because they don't get the flock of pi's chasing them in hope). The only issue seems to be that some small boring stocks are actually too small to ever get any serious investment interest. Got caught in them sometimes going nowhere. In my pursuit of boring smaller stocks, I got some recently floated NEXS, which atm only has a handful of posters. Any opinions welcome over there. Dependent on construction upturn/housebuilding etc. Had a drop in Brexit year (because of Brexit havoc), now order book gone up. Any other 'boring' stocks anyone has ?
yump: I suppose the question is partly: how well read or well-noticed was the statement about exceeding. At least in terms of share price hikes. I'm still curious about how they can say the full year results will beat expectations as well as the interims at this point, unless there is something about the business I haven't quite grasped... ie. profits are predictable well in advance. I'd be surprised if that has been widely noticed and very happy if it hasn't !
x54v: Looks good. Breaking out of the sideways consolidation after the strong rise on the trading update. Onwards and upwards. "We are delighted to report a strong trading period across all the Company's core business segments and in particular a strong peak trading period for foreign exchange." "As a result we expect our interim and full year profit before tax to be significantly ahead of market expectations." Https://
yump: "reasonable growth with upside surprises" Exactly my thinking. Nice to have it in the (too few) shares I've got that I hope I can forget about. The more reliably it grows, the higher the likely p/e I think, especially once funds are in and dividends keep growing. p/e of 15, earnings growing at 10-12% will be fine, steady share price growth.
spob: Previously we had 2017/18 raised from 11.7p to 12.6p (Yield forecast 5%) share price 125p 2018/19 raised from 13p to 13.6p. (yield forecast 5.5%) " " " so now 2017/18 approx 15.4p eps 2018/19 approx 16.2 eps The true forward pe ratios will now come in quite low after adjusting for cash on the books regardless of the share price rise this morning
chimers: A snippet from the long article and tip in the Investors Chronicle on Monday past. Its worth reading the whole thing by either subscribing to the IC online or buy buying the mag out this Fri as the article will be in it. In fact this will get another boost on Fri as a result. Once its old news I might post more but best not to until after the mag is out. Here is a small part though which relates to what I posted above.............. "Another point to note on the shareholder base is that 79 per cent of the issued share capital is held by the top nine investors, which reduces liquidity. This works both ways, as good news released by the company is likely to prompt larger than normal share price rises, whereas any trading disappointments are likely to see far larger share price falls."
igoe104: Middlesbrough pawnbroker Ramsdens marks 'transformational' year Middlesbrough pawnbroker Ramsdens Holdings is toasting a triumphant year with group revenue up 15% to £34.5m, pre-tax profits up 73% to £4m and almost a 50% leap in earnings per share. The Boro sponsor floated on London’s junior Alternative Investment Market (AIM) in February a bid to raise millions of pounds by selling shares in the company. In a float that valued the firm at £26.5m, it raised £15.6m by issuing shares at 86p apiece - and the current share price is 125.5p. Peter Kenyon, Chief Executive, said: “FY17 was a transformational year for Ramsdens with the Group delivering good growth across all four of its key business segments and achieving the significant milestone of its admission to AIM. “We have made a strong start to the early part of the current year across all core segments. We are about to enter our seasonally important summer period and are confident of making further progress.” Headquartered in Middlesbrough, the Group operates from 127 stores within the UK (including 3 franchised stores) and has a small but growing online presence. The firm operates in four core business segments of foreign currency exchange, pawnbroking loans, precious metals buying and selling and retailing of second hand and new jewellery, and the directors said they saw growth across all segments. During the year, the group’s investment into growing the Ramsdens brand continued and as the main shirt sponsor for Middlesbrough Football Club, it gained enjoyed greater exposure during the team’s season in the Premier League. The firm’s association with the club continues this forthcoming 2017/2018 season, the final year of it’s current contract as sponsor.
x54v: RFX comparatively strong against the market today. Results tomorrow should be very good. "The Group's strong operational momentum has continued post IPO resulting in the Board anticipating reporting Adjusted PBT comfortably ahead of its previous expectations."
glasshalfull: Firstly can I thank battlebus for flagging last week. Suffice to say I’ve taken a position. Recently more commentary on share price movements than the actual business on this thread, but I will say on the share price that the order book has been reloaded a few times in recent days with 35k going onto the book as soon as it clears. I've cleared quite a bit but don't know how much further the seller has to go. Looks like a few other esteemed investors have kicked the tyres and also see value here ;-) I like the diversified nature of the business, 700,000 customers across 4 core businesses, with each business offering a decent revenue split & mitigating risk. The recent trading update was the clincher for me, with trading comfortably ahead of management expectations. Only time for a quick summary. I’ll update the thread further as/when time permits & in response to any develoments. Liberum initiated coverage on Ramsdens earlier in April & said, "Ramsdens is one of the UK's largest retailers offering FX, pawnbroking, precious metals purchasing and jewellery retailing to a high repeat and growing customer base. The business looks set to deliver a 30% CAGR in Adj. PBT (2014-2019F). We see considerable scope to grow the store portfolio both organically and by acquisition and to improve efficiency and profitability as the estate grows and matures. We initiate with a TP of 149p, 34% upside." Following the “ahead” statement on 11.04.2017 Liberum upgraded EPS & adj PBT by +13% this year & by +2% next year. EPS is forecast to rise from 5.8p in 2016 to 10.0p this year for 72% earnings growth. Don’t think many investors are aware of forecasts, so here goes, Estimates 2017 Turnover £34.3m Adj PBT £3.8m EPS 10.0p Div 1.3p (only partial payout due to timing of IPO) 2018 Turnover £36.4m Adj PBT £4.5m EPS 11.7p (+17%) Div 6.5p (5.9% yield @110p mid) 2019 Turnover £41m Adj PBT £5m EPS 13p (+11%) Div 7.1p (6.5% yield) With a business model that produces strong cash generation, Liberum are also forecasting net cash of £9.6m at end of FY17 which will grow by a significant £6m in the following 2 years, providing estimates of £15.6m by end of FY19. When you factor in the highly cash generative nature of Ramsden’s & the progressive dividend policy that will result in an almost 6% dividend yield next year, RFX appears a good risk/reward investment at the current price IMHO. One to tuck away, me thinks ;-) Kind regards GHF
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