Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cohort Plc LSE:CHRT London Ordinary Share GB00B0YD2B94 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 317.50p 310.00p 325.00p 320.00p 317.50p 320.00p 60,791 08:01:55
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Aerospace & Defence 112.7 1.0 9.1 34.9 130.05

Cohort Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/12/2017
16:36
Motley Fool - 13 Dec https://www.fool.co.uk/investing/2017/12/13/2-dependable-growth-stocks-id-buy-before-christmas/ .....Earnings have increased at a compound annual growth rate of 9.3% during the last five years, and the AIM-listed play is expected to keep this run going with rises of 4% and 6% in the years to April 2018 and 2019 respectively. And I believe the potential for M&A should keep earnings on an upward tilt. Despite its bright earnings picture, Cohort can still be picked up for a song, the firm trading on an ultra-cheap prospective P/E ratio of 10.9 times. And against this backcloth, analysts are expecting dividends to keep growing at a terrific rate, with last year’s 7.1p per share payout anticipated to rise to 8.2p this year and to 9p in fiscal 2019. Consequently Cohort rocks up with decent yields of 2.6% and 2.8% for this year and next.
fbrj
13/12/2017
13:41
EDISON ........ Cohort continues to make progress in a tough UK defence trading environment. Our earnings forecasts remain largely unchanged as performances at MASS and EID continue ahead of expectations, compensating for pressures at MCL and SEA. Our fair value calculation currently stands at 483p implying significant unrecognised potential. The recent share price fall seems unwarranted given the maintained outlook.
napoleon 14th
13/12/2017
08:10
H2 weighting looks too big an ask - GBP77m of sales and GBP10m of profit to hit FY consensus. Announced contract only to start in April 2018 will only generate around GB1.3m of sales
mammyoko
13/12/2017
07:50
Decent results, dividend and prospects of a re-rating back towards 400p.The decrease was seemingly down to sector rather than stock-specific issues.Worth adding at these levels.IMHO DYOR
bluerunner
29/11/2017
14:34
I made a top up earlier today. Have been on the sidelines for months but now think this represents outstanding value and a quick recovery plan. strong buy IMO
danboris2
27/11/2017
15:14
yes, this should be back up to 350p - 400p just to recover position pre-unwarranted slide
mammyoko
27/11/2017
09:13
Agree. Markets apparent expectation of a warning has not materialised and results 13/12 said to be on track. Looking cheap now
shaker44
27/11/2017
08:03
Decent update.Progress, growth, dividend and a very nice buy-in price.
bluerunner
16/11/2017
23:01
Sector specific but as this is thinlyTraded the result is severe.
r ball
16/11/2017
14:30
It's been a bloodbath here these past few days. Sector rather than stock specific. May top-up when the dust settles.
bluerunner
15/11/2017
20:52
Closed period too
r ball
15/11/2017
15:19
Hmm. Not an indicator I would ever base an.investment decision upon
shaker44
15/11/2017
13:45
It's an indicator of how the company is doing....
r ball
15/11/2017
13:08
Why?? You need a job? Maybe writing cryptic crosswords. Very short ones
shaker44
15/11/2017
13:08
Why?? You need a job? Maybe writing cryptic crosswords. Very short ones
shaker44
15/11/2017
09:05
Look at job vacancies
r ball
15/11/2017
00:49
ULE talked about MOD delaying orders
tudes100
14/11/2017
16:10
Ultra Electronics in the news yesterday. Struggling orders. May be reading across to CHRT?
snadgey
14/11/2017
14:47
It's a puzzle. Can't find any news. Maybe yet more insider trading with bad news tomorrow. And FCA will do nothing
shaker44
14/11/2017
14:47
It's a puzzle. Can't find any news. Maybe yet more insider trading with bad news tomorrow. And FCA will do nothing
shaker44
14/11/2017
14:31
Why is this going down?
sunbun
04/9/2017
18:23
Also.....on Thurs 7th Sept CHRT has its AGM. Last year they released an AGM statement and 1st Quarter update. To save you looking it up here is the "Outlook" released with the Final Results on 29 June 2017 "Outlook The closing order book of £136.5m (2016: £116.0m) provides a solid underpinning for the coming year. Although the UK defence market remains tight, the Cohort businesses have strong and relevant capabilities, established positions on some key long-term UK MOD programmes, and a good pipeline of new opportunities. Export prospects continue to strengthen although their timing is always unpredictable. Outside defence, MASS continues to make progress with its cyber capability as underlined by its recent securing of a contract to deliver the Metropolitan Police's digital forensic service for the next nine years, a service we are working on extending to other police forces both in the UK and overseas. We are also encouraged by the progress in SEA's transport offering which achieved record sales of Roadflow units in the last year. We have already made progress on improving access to the new markets introduced to the Group by EID and expect, in due course, to convert some of these introductions into orders for the rest of the Group. The political and economic context within which Cohort operates has not changed appreciably since last year. On the one hand the international and domestic security environment calls for greater resources to be devoted to Defence and Counter Terrorism in the UK and many other countries. On the other hand the pressures on public expenditure in the UK are strong and this applies in varying degrees in many other markets, including Portugal. As regards Brexit, Defence trade has not been part of the single market and, in any case, our business from the UK into EU countries is currently small (£3.1m in 2017; £1.0m in 2016). We do not therefore anticipate any direct effects upon Cohort from the Brexit process. In the longer term there could be indirect effects, resulting from the broad economic and political consequences of Brexit. Whether these will be favourable or unfavourable is not possible to say. The job of the Cohort Board is to manage our affairs so that our businesses prosper whatever the political and economic backdrop. Our collective experience of Defence business, our size and decentralised management structure, which together enable us to make quick decisions, and our focus on niche product and service offering, for which demand is increasing both domestically and internationally, are the keys to this. We continue to look for opportunities to augment organic growth through targeted acquisitions. Recent contract wins have given us a positive start to the year, and the Board considers that Cohort's order book and near-term prospects provide a good base for future progress." I've held CHRT since Nov 2013 (at around 210p) and it is my 5th largest holding. I continue to hold and, subject to any major surprises, expect to do so for the long term. Prospective p/e 13(ish) with a yield of around 2%.
fbrj
04/9/2017
18:11
Ok. Still reckon £7.50 takeover on the cards.
r ball
04/9/2017
17:23
Nope. Investors chronicle top again today. Still undervalued
shaker44
04/9/2017
17:04
War scare?
r ball
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