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CABP Cab Payments Holdings Plc

121.60
-2.80 (-2.25%)
Last Updated: 11:00:13
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Cab Payments Holdings Plc CABP London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
-2.80 -2.25% 121.60 11:00:13
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
120.20 120.20 125.20 124.40
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Industry Sector
PHARMACEUTICALS & BIOTECHNOLOGY

Cab Payments CABP Dividends History

No dividends issued between 19 Jun 2014 and 19 Jun 2024

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Posted at 14/6/2024 21:14 by abacus2244
The main competitor to CABP -

Wise shares tumble as money transfer site warns of slower growth

hxxps://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/wise-share-price-uk-profit-news-dpk9fw822
Posted at 14/6/2024 09:41 by bigwadds
These JPM "Researchers" have to justify their salaries so have to write something?

They, like us minnows, can probably get a more professional slant on CABP however, the board of CABP will never inform them of their plans or what's in the pipeline so it's all based on the persons interpretation of what they believe is happening at the company.

Some they predict correct, some they don't!

I'm in for the long haul and won't be selling under the 330p IPO price.

Good luck all.
Posted at 07/6/2024 07:16 by london07
Always a pull back before the next leg up.

Before July pre trading update I bet CABP is close to 200p
Posted at 15/5/2024 10:16 by london07
1. Massively undervalued, needs to rerate big time

Events could be

2. Due to 1, and upcoming Mello conference big investors are building positions like Goldman Sachs and Working Capital Advisors

3. Takeover by a PE/major Industry outfit

4. US License approval

5. Share buy backs

6. Dividends

7. With the huge pile of cash, some M&A

Anything is possible. What we do know is for a cash machine of a company with close to 50% EBITDA margin, with huge growth, the current valuation is just totally pitiful.

With the tiny free float, I reckon most are under estimating the speed at which CABP recovers.

So far it's been a case of elevator down, staircase up. At some point CABP will jump in thr elevator to shoot back up.
Posted at 17/4/2024 10:05 by london07
A huge growth company, hugely profitable with mind blowing margins, peeps just don't get it.

Just look at Trustpilot. Valued at 3x CABP when CABP fundamentals at every level is better by many multiple.

Just shows how undervalued CABP is and the explosive increase it should have to rebalanced towards fair value
Posted at 16/2/2024 10:04 by london07
An Company (listed on AIM lol) announced starting dividends yesterday.

Now 60% up in 2 days!!!
Valued on every metric multiples of CABP 🤦‍a94;️🤔

Not only shows how chronically undervalued CABP is. When Dividends are announced here shows a new type of investor jumps onboard.

CABP will see pension funds/institutions scrambling to load up, and it's Premium Listed so ticks all the boxes.

Exciting times. With the serious accumulation, IMO we will reach an inflection point whereby things will rapidly move, esspecially with CABP super tight free float.

Investors hoovering up a cool £1m in just a single trade, free float gets ever more tighter....
Posted at 09/2/2024 07:52 by london07
When not if dividends start, I will only look to start trimming at £5+. At current price the dividend yield will be 🔥🔥

Remember FCF was £50m in 2022, £37.9m in H123, FY23 and 24 will just be insane. They will have no other option but to redistribute all that cash back to loyal shareholders 😉



585p Share price Target only 7 months back 🤑
Posted at 05/2/2024 06:41 by popit
The Seeking Alpha article shows the many huge risks of investing in CABP

1. There is a huge number of shares waiting to be sold by Helios which will continue to push the price down

2. The lock up period has now ended and this will create even more selling pressure

3. The huge risks due to their operating in corrupt countries in Africa

4. The huge risks from parallel markets in Africa

5. Competition for CABP has not even started yet. They are currently enjoyed early mover profits but that will end very soon when the competitors start to move in. The Seeking Alpha article uncovered over 50 competitors such as Western Union that will take away CABP future revenue and earnings.

And that is only a very few of the many risks that were mentioned in the article

And there are many excellent banks and other companies on lower valuations than CABP

The main UK banks are all trading on lower valuations than CABP for example and they are also paying high dividends

So not much reason to take all of these risks with CABP when you can get a lower valuation with Lloyds or Barclays and far less risk

Would not be very surprised to see CABP retest the lows at below 50p
Posted at 15/1/2024 19:02 by popit
Everyone knows that the results tomorrow will be good as they have already said that there will be 17% growth

The main problem with CABP is that there is no moat to their business model and it is just one of many thousands of Fintech companies that basically do the same thing of transfer money and payments on an app

Any excess profits that CABP may be making at present will be very easily eroded away in future years by new entrants to the markets where CABP operates

At the end of the day CABP is just a bank app and it is on a forecast PE of about 10

When you consider that Lloyds and Barclays are on a forecast PE of about 5 it is not difficult to see that it would be wise to take any profits on CABP before the market inevitably decides that CABP is very overvalued in comparison to these other banks

The other main problem with CABP is that it is very dependent for its profits on very high risk countries in Africa such as Nigeria

Nigeria is not exactly known for successful businesses but it is well known for very high levels of business fraud and corruption

This is not a successful long term business model

Take any profits and avoid
Posted at 15/1/2024 14:15 by london07
Smashes 100p tomorrow

CABP have 2 licenses pending, would be transformational.

With CABP Hugely profitable/massive cash flow positive, would not be surprised with a handout to shareholders via a dividend.

I'm sure someone has posted the year prior to floating £11m was paid out in dividends, which is about 4.5p each, that would bring in a totally different kind of investor.

Would thrn tick all the boxes...

Huge margins ✅️
Profitable ✅️
Cash flow positive ✅️
Growth ✅️
No debt ✅️
Low overheads ✅️
Low capital expenditure ✅️
Huge competitor advantages ✅️
UK Banking license ✅️
Dividend ✅️

Would just have to sit back and reap in the rewards for years to come 😉

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