Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Castleton LSE:CTP London Ordinary Share GB00BYV2WV72 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 69.00p 68.00p 70.00p 69.00p 69.00p 69.00p 18,124.00 07:52:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 18.0 -1.9 -1.6 - 54.31

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23/4/2017
22:43
Well done Sam. See, there's two of us happy for you already and you making a sarcastic 'point'...... But what you say you do with your cash is no concern of mine. I won't be alone in that. Some gamble, drink, go out with loose women ( or men ) and waste the rest. Not my business. And some people on here say all sorts of things, don't you know. Anyway, this one started running up again from early 50s. Happy to run up with it again, and believe it will do even better now than last time - who knows anything for sure.......... But go with the steady flow, on likely forward valuation plus news - and it's definitely flowing up! And very cheap.
suneday
23/4/2017
21:18
Happy for you Sam, always happy to see people realise profit. Quite an amazing opportunity to be had for those that buy in and around this level as the Motley article suggests. Thanks for posting Suneday.
1hopefultrader
23/4/2017
20:58
Suneday You really are missing the point I held CTP and made a very good profit, if I was still had the holding I had then I would be getting around 15p less per share after holding for 15 months not good business. If you are interested look at my post on the 22/7 on the EMH thread to see where I put my profits from CTP and how they have done in comparison to leaving them in CTP. Sam
sambuca
23/4/2017
17:12
Try your hand with this then Sam - a chance to mock the Motley Fool - though I recommend the content the way it's going, what with recent RNSs and all ( article courtesy of LSE) Motley article fast growing CTPToday 13:392 FAST-GROWING STOCKS YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO IGNORE 'With the General Election and Brexit being two major risks for UK investors, finding shares with upbeat growth prospects could become more challenging. Although June's election may appear to be a foregone conclusion and Brexit talks may yield a favourable deal for the UK and EU, the risks of differing outcomes remain. Therefore, it may be prudent to buy strong growth shares which also offer a wide margin of safety, given the risks which investors face. Growth at a reasonable price Also offering upside potential over the medium term is software and managed services provider Castleton Technology(LSE: CTP). Although its shares have already risen 13% since the start of the year, they continue to trade on a relatively enticing valuation. For example, they have a P/E ratio of 16.8 and yet are forecast to record a rise in earnings of 20% in the next financial year. This puts them on a price-to-earnings growth (PEG) ratio of just 0.8, which indicates that more capital growth could lie ahead. Clearly, 2017 could be a pivotal year for the company. It has been loss-making in each of the last four years and if it can return a black bottom line this year, its share price could rise. Investor sentiment may pick up in the short term in anticipation of its improving finances. And according to its most recent update, cash flow has been better than expected. This could help to reduce the company's net debt, which may mean it offers an increasingly sustainable growth outlook.' The Fool seems to have missed Ctp just moved into black at half year. Will have been well in by 31st. March last, and even further ahead by end July results time, what with integration and all that done.
suneday
11/4/2017
19:41
Suneday I was being sarcastic. Sam
sambuca
11/4/2017
17:37
Thank you tradermel much appreciated. All sounded very positive on Twitter today company looking stronger and stronger. Impressed with new CEO dean, he seems to have a grip on things and is appointing strong characters to run the various geographies. Oz especially looks like it could be a potential gold mine over the next 12 months.
missjojo
11/4/2017
17:21
Tell me something chimney...what is renowned ex account and share analyst and commentator Paul Scotts thoughts on the FACT that he said all this at ~55p and the share price is now ~70p?
razmo1
11/4/2017
17:01
Tell me something chimney...what is renowned ex account and share analyst and commentator Paul Scotts thoughts on the FACT that he said all this at ~55p and the share price is now ~70p?
razmo1
11/4/2017
16:55
Hey mebbe he was in a good mood or summat...........
chimers
11/4/2017
16:53
Hang on I'll ask him..................
chimers
11/4/2017
16:52
Tell me something chimney...what is renowned ex account and share analyst and commentator Paul Scotts thoughts on the FACT that he said all this at ~55p and the share price is now ~70p?
razmo1
11/4/2017
15:48
UPDATE!!!!! BREAKING NEWS!!!!! Here is what renowned ex accountant and share analyst and commentator Paul Scott had to say about CTP shares. As its old news I hope he wont mind me repeating it here.... CTP the interim figures announced today look encouraging, until you look at the balance sheet, which looks very weak to me. NAV of £15.4m drops to negative -£18.4m after the £33.8m intangibles are written off. Working capital seems very weak, with a current ratio of 0.55. Note the deferred income, and borrowings are both quite high. So it looks like a business that is funded from favourable working capital (i.e. getting cash in from customers before it has to pay cash out), plus debt - that all looks a bit too precarious for my taste. So it's not for me.
chimers
11/4/2017
15:33
In the absence of anything recent and relevant. Catch you later! Not today though.
suneday
11/4/2017
15:29
Here is what current management said this month. Trading Update Castleton Technology plc (AIM: CTP), the software and managed services provider to the public and not-for-profit sectors, is pleased to provide the following update on trading for the year ended 31 March 2017 ahead of the announcement of its full year results. The Company is pleased to announce that revenue and profitability for the year are in line with market expectations. Operating cash generation in the period was significantly better than market expectations, facilitating a continued reduction in the Company's net debt. The Group expects to announce its preliminary results in late July 2017. David Payne, Chairman of Castleton, commented: "I am pleased with the substantial progress Castleton has made in the period having built a leading software and managed services provider in our sector. Meeting our financial targets whilst demonstrating the profitable and cash generative nature of our business is reassuring and we remain focussed on improving our customer proposition and cross-selling our portfolio of products and services. The Board remains confident about Castleton's future prospects."
suneday
11/4/2017
14:03
Here is what renowned ex accountant and share analyst and commentator Paul Scott had to say about CTP shares. As its old news I hope he wont mind me repeating it here.... CTP the interim figures announced today look encouraging, until you look at the balance sheet, which looks very weak to me. NAV of £15.4m drops to negative -£18.4m after the £33.8m intangibles are written off. Working capital seems very weak, with a current ratio of 0.55. Note the deferred income, and borrowings are both quite high. So it looks like a business that is funded from favourable working capital (i.e. getting cash in from customers before it has to pay cash out), plus debt - that all looks a bit too precarious for my taste. So it's not for me.
chimers
11/4/2017
14:00
The guy is a weirdo just filter him by clicking on the circle after the name and choose filter ... then he is reduced to one line only. Anyway, CFO presentation today @CastletonTech Updates & financial forecast by the CFO, an explanation of where CTP's revenue comes from & how it can be increased
tradermel
11/4/2017
13:59
Here is what renowned ex accountant and share analyst and commentator Paul Scott had to say about CTP shares. As its old news I hope he wont mind me repeating it here.... CTP the interim figures announced today look encouraging, until you look at the balance sheet, which looks very weak to me. NAV of £15.4m drops to negative -£18.4m after the £33.8m intangibles are written off. Working capital seems very weak, with a current ratio of 0.55. Note the deferred income, and borrowings are both quite high. So it looks like a business that is funded from favourable working capital (i.e. getting cash in from customers before it has to pay cash out), plus debt - that all looks a bit too precarious for my taste. So it's not for me.
chimers
11/4/2017
13:58
Anything more recent from this renowned ex accountant - after the trading update I mean?
suneday
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