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 16.4 305.73

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/1/2017
14:12
very good - thanks nice work. 6.6% is a serious return and given no debts and big cash file limits the risk
trentendboy
19/1/2017
11:33
EPS in the interims was 9.88 on a PAT of $15.2m. PAT was 90% of EBITDA. Assuming eps comes in at 20 cents per share means EBITDA of say 22 cents per share with a 75% distribution that's 16.5 cents at $1.23:£1 that's 13.4p or 6.6% yield at 202p/share.
whentobuy
19/1/2017
11:16
What would the yield be on a price of £2 a share assiming 75% of EBITDA is distributed? I suspect a hellaofa lot more than money in a bank account. Getting very tempting again.
trentendboy
19/1/2017
09:26
Last years div's at 14.3 cents are 5.75% on $1.23. Backed by cash and expanding by the look of the statement. $34m ebitda should translate to around 20 cents eps or a PEG of only 0.5 on last years results. Surely this is a bargain when added to Trent's comment?
whentobuy
19/1/2017
08:57
An excellent update and with 75% going into dividends this could be a nice return - I suspect the yield at the current price is already quite attractive. I still believe strongly that SCH will be snapped up at some point. Paysafe are the obvious buyers. They have cash and excellent Tier 1 customers - these maybe shared by PAYS as well of course. I suspect it could be a different mainstream buyer wanting gaming access as it continues to be regulated around the world.
trentendboy
19/1/2017
08:44
The trades at 202.12p and 202.2p are all buys - there's evidently a bit of stock around at bargain prices at present.
rivaldo
19/1/2017
08:41
Whento Can you make your last post a little clearer. I does not read very well.
slipperysidewinder
19/1/2017
07:43
The balance sheet is in good shape even if the strategy is not picking up value short term. The only contrarian position here is if when the next break happens it is upwards as a result of the market being made down to trigger stops and allow accumulation currently, rather than change in outlook or fundamentals?
whentobuy
19/1/2017
07:40
Today's update looks good and solid to me, with adjusted EBITDA up almost 10% on last year and an $124m cash pile. Plus a record-breaking Q4 augurs well for this year, along with the closing outlook statement: Http://www.investegate.co.uk/safecharge-int-grp--sch-/rns/pre-close-trading-update/201701190700105488U/ "The Company remains confident that its focus on higher quality earnings from its healthy pipeline will yield continued revenue growth during 2017, building profitable momentum into 2018."
rivaldo
18/1/2017
14:39
Looks like a company without a coherent strategy.. if they have one they appear unable to communicate it to the market. Just re-read the last few updates - another minority investment (not disclosed what it cost so assume it is immaterial) rather than a 'proper' acquisition and something unspecific about opening an office in Singapore (no explanation as to how this fits into the overall strategy). All seems a bit clueless.
dennislevine
18/1/2017
14:03
£13m debt...
johnv
18/1/2017
14:02
At the moment we are a £299m company with approx £119m cash (before nayax payment) and £13 debt. I am sure someone will want us.
johnv
18/1/2017
12:43
...or it could just be a selling shareholder. JP Morgan took 5 months to sell 4.3m shares between Feb-June 2016, when they went down to 5.69m shares. I wonder if the last chunks of their holding are now finally being sold off (obviously now being below 3% they don't have to declare anything)?
rivaldo
18/1/2017
09:17
This is just not good enough. Makes you think bad news awaits.
slipperysidewinder
17/1/2017
19:42
I read it over and over again. Bare un mind we are in a new year now and those figures are now historic. The board need to up their game and deliver on the promises made at the time or the float. Not only did they imply they would go on a shopping spree, they said they would probably tap investors for even more money because they envisioned something rather substantial. This vision is now becoming laughable.
slipperysidewinder
17/1/2017
15:49
Did you read the Dec trading update slippy? Trading should be in line and there is a strategy for steady growth. I agree though, something needs to be done with the cash pile, either return to shareholders or become acquisitive (or both).
crazycoops
17/1/2017
07:54
Over £2.9m was sold down yesterday at 206p. This does not look like profit taking. Does anyone have any idea why you would sell out now?
whentobuy
16/1/2017
19:21
Can only conclude that the majority shareholder does not want them to undertake any meaningful M&A deals for whatever reason(s) - it cannot take that long to find some interesting companies / platforms to acquire; if the company cannot find any targets they should hire an adviser / investment bank to go and find some for them. Other players in the online payments sector continue to be active & acquisitive.
dennislevine
16/1/2017
16:05
When it comes to acquisitions and strategic investments, the board have been a total disaster. They are ftightened of their own ahadow.
slipperysidewinder
16/1/2017
14:03
Company needs to start spending the cash pile on some decent M&A transactions - been a while since the IPO with almost no progress on that front. If not they should hand excess cash back to shareholders and sell themselves to a larger player.
dennislevine
16/1/2017
10:06
With PAYS back on the up one would hope that SCH would get going on the corporate action
trentendboy
15/1/2017
10:36
If this is true it can only be positive for Safecharge..... http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/smallbusiness/article-4120352/Smaller-firms-set-face-52bn-fines-security-breaches-cyber-crime-skyrockets.html?ITO=1490
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