Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
SafeCharge International Group LSE:SCH London Ordinary Share GG00BYMK4250 ORD USD0.0001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +4.75p +2.41% 202.25p 200.00p 204.50p 202.25p 199.75p 199.75p 235,741.00 11:00:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 67.7 15.4 10.2 16.5 305.73

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19/1/201714:12Safecharge 593.00
02/7/200416:26ADVFN’s Schools’ Challenge8.00
10/1/200316:32David Schwartz10.00

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19/01/2017 16:53:56201.001,0002,010.00O
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19/01/2017 16:37:29201.307,00014,091.00O
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SafeCharge Daily Update: SafeCharge International Group is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SCH. The last closing price for SafeCharge was 197.50p.
SafeCharge International Group has a 4 week average price of 205.97p and a 12 week average price of 213.90p.
The 1 year high share price is 269p while the 1 year low share price is currently 184.50p.
There are currently 151,164,257 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 359,002 shares. The market capitalisation of SafeCharge International Group is £305,729,709.78.
rivaldo: Good summary of why this investor would buy SCH - and it doesn't even mention the £100m+ cash pile..... Http:// "Why I'd buy Safecharge International Group Ltd over Monitise plc By The Motley Fool Dec 2, 2016 Payments services provider Safecharge(LSE: SCH) has released an upbeat trading statement today. It shows that the company is making good progress with its strategy and is on track to meet full-year guidance. It also provides clues as to why it's a better buy than Monitise(LSE: MONI) at the moment. Strategy progress Safecharge's strategy to win tier 1 customers is progressing as planned. In new verticals, it's now processing and acquiring European card transactions for Nayax, which is a solutions provider for the unattended machine industry. This includes vending machines in over 100,000 locations worldwide. In traditional verticals, Safecharge has higher quality revenue after tier 1 client wins such as PaddyPower Betfair and Sun Bingo. This should provide it with greater stability and resilience, while also boosting its growth rate. In new markets, the company is now operating in Italy, Romania, Portugal and Poland. This increase in geographic diversity reduces the company's risk profile, while also allowing it to access potentially higher rates of growth over the medium term. And with a new office in Singapore as well as expansion within the travel and airlines market, the outlook for the business is very encouraging. Looking ahead Safecharge is forecast to record a rise in its earnings of 28% in the current year, followed by further gains of 12% next year. On their own, such strong growth rates have the potential to improve investor sentiment. However, when combined with a price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio of 14.7, it equates to a price-to-earnings growth (PEG) ratio of 0.7. This indicates that there's a wide margin of safety on offer, which should lead to substantial share price growth in future years. In addition to growth and value appeal, Safecharge also has excellent income prospects. It yields 5.5% from a dividend that's covered 1.2 times by profit. Alongside its high earnings growth rate, this indicates that there's scope for a brisk rise in dividends. Relative appeal The payments services market is relatively broad and highly competitive. One operator within the mobile payments space that has enjoyed success in winning major clients is Monitise. Its mobile banking platform has been popular with customers and consumers alike. And the bad news? The company hasn't been able to turn a successful product into a winning business model. For example, Monitise remains lossmaking and is forecast to be in the red in the current year. While it has the potential to turn itself around in the years ahead, Safecharge is the company that's performing well now. As such, it offers a much lower risk profile than Monitise, as well as clear catalysts to push its share price higher and a generous, well covered yield. As such, I'd buy Safecharge, but would avoid Monitise."
rivaldo: The share price rise today says it all. The fundamentals have changed - now we know that SCH will be in line with forecasts, whereas previously there was a touch of uncertainty. Now the market has certainty.
rivaldo: Nice - the stock market legend Gervais Williams has recently been buying into SCH via his Miton Group: Http:// "‘We haven’t made a lot of changes; cash-generative companies with good potential for dividend growth are still very important for us.’ He points to London-listed online payment operator Safecharge as one share he has snapped up since Brexit: ‘The share price was decimated even though the company has $100 million in cash.’"
rivaldo: Great to see continued rises here whilst I was on hols. Results are next week, on 1st September, and given the excellent trading statement I fully expect the share price to continue rising given SCH's cheap fundamentals and terrific Balance Sheet - with the likelihood of heavily earnings-enhancing acquisitions being the icing on the cake. A reminder of the trading statement: "The Group has enjoyed strong trading in the first half. As a result, Adjusted EBITDA* for the period will be comfortably ahead of US$16 million and the Directors are very confident of the outcome for the full year. The Directors confirm that the US dollar is the Group's functional and most significant currency in terms of contribution to revenues and that nearly 80% of the Group's cash is held in US dollars with sterling balances representing less than 5%."
rivaldo: Nice to see the share price back above 200p - no reason why it shouldn't soon be back at 260p-280p imo.
rivaldo: Nice plug for SCH on T.M.F, and it doesn't even mention the $134m of cash and liquid assets (or £92m) - plus its figures for 2015 are completely incorrect!: Http:// "Favourable outlook Also offering upbeat earnings growth prospects is mobile and online payment specialist SafeCharge (LSE: SCH). It is forecast to increase its bottom line by 37% in the current year and by a further 14% next year following a disappointing 2015 where its net profit fell by 2%. As a result of this downbeat past performance, SafeCharge’s shares have fallen by 21% in the last year as investor sentiment towards the company has weakened. This fall in valuation presents an opportunity for long term investors to buy in at a discounted price. The mobile payments solutions space offers a favourable outlook as it become more prevalent and with SafeCharge trading on a PEG ratio of 1, it appears to offer strong growth at a very reasonable price. Certainly, it is a smaller company which could have a somewhat volatile share price, but for less risk averse investors it now looks set to perform well as an investment. This doesn’t mean that it will necessarily double in value, but it does mean that its risk/reward ratio is relatively favourable."
rivaldo: Excellent news. I assume this means SCH have achieved around EUR11 million or so extra cash from nowhere as un unexpected windfall. And no reaction in the share price at all. Typical!
ali47fish: yes immpressive - then why does the share price only move up by a few points?
trentendboy: Word to the wise. Imagine the rumours are true and PTEC buy BPTY. That is a massive deal that looks like it might go through. Now tell me who does all the mcash processing for PTEC companies? Yep, you guessed correctly. So who gets the BPTY gig post takeover? Yep, you got it. Must be worth a lot on the SCH share price. Long and going longer
saucepan: Hi Folks I joined you long here today. SCH looks an exciting young growth company, with positive share price momentum, on a low Slater PEG (0.68).
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