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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Croma Security Solutions Group Plc LSE:CSSG London Ordinary Share GB00B5MJV178 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 65.50 61.00 70.00 65.50 65.50 65.50 28,912 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 32.3 0.1 -0.9 - 10

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16/8/2020
22:44
As a newbie here I've gone back to the 15th June interview, which is the last one I can find unless someone else can correct me? Encouraging stuff, including: - CSSG have 25% of the FTSE 250 companies as clients - 80% of turnover is recurring on long-term contracts - there's the suggestion of acquisitions to take advantage of COVID-19's effect on competitors - the Chairman says they've "got a lot of cash" - such activity would be opportunistic, to "really jump forward" Https://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/921932/croma-security-solutions-says-coronavirus-has-barely-dented-its-manned-guarding-business-921932.html
rivaldo
14/8/2020
14:15
Think they should do what Tesla done and split shares to make them more attractive to AIM investors imo
grahamwales
14/8/2020
13:32
Moving up nicely now after a 12k buy - perfect timing dolittle1 :o))
rivaldo
14/8/2020
12:54
Previous announcements tend to be followed by a retrace in the share price. Probably sell order being filled in the background.
dolittle1
14/8/2020
11:40
Eight small orders (all buys) so far this morning with a collective total of circa 25,000 shares - following yesterdays volume of just over 200,000. Poised to break north in my view but may be held back by negative sentiment on a down day in the overall market.
masurenguy
14/8/2020
11:07
A tick up on the bid - perhaps the seller is running out of stock.
rivaldo
14/8/2020
09:19
Indeed - though the £1.6m EBITDA is of course the minimum indicated, so hopefully we're looking at an actual result of say £1.65m EBITDA or more.
rivaldo
14/8/2020
08:56
Thanks, rivaldo. No forecasts, then, but at least a bit of coverage.
effortless cool
14/8/2020
08:55
Cheers Riv - perhaps this note will put CSSG onto some more peoples radar !
masurenguy
14/8/2020
08:45
My pleasure EC - note the £1.6m EBITDA indicated for the year just ended, and the record cash pile: "Croma Security Solutions(CSSG)̵1;Corporate– Impact from Covid only “slight”, DPS to be reinstated, a further contract win for VigilantMarket Cap £10.2mShare Price 77.5p Yesterday’s update from CSSG reconfirms the positives highlighted in the company’s trading update on June 8th, notably the slight impact of Covid-19, the strong cash position, and the success of its premium guarding services. On the back of these drivers, the dividend is tobe reinstated at a 0.75p levelfor an interim DPS to be paid on September 4th, and this in itself should serve to reflect the company’s confidence in the outlook. In so doing, the Board is carrying through on its promise to review the original decision to suspend, taken early in lockdown, and paying tribute to the resilience of the business. In addition to the comments on trading and the reinstatement of the dividend, the company has announced a new contract win today, worth £1.3mp.a. and starting ten months into the current financial year (year to end June ’21). The contract is to manage the security at the Edinburgh St James centre –a prestigious award which saw a high level of competition, according to the company, and which will include CSSG’sfront of house security service for offices which the company has developedin recent times. WHI view: The typical H1 weighting of the business is present in 2019 / 20, in which the company has indicated that it expected to make £1.6m EBTIDA or more. With some one-off business concluding during the year, this remains a strong number, particularly against the Covid backdrop, which had some impact on CSSG’s retail businesses.The contract win is encouraging as displaying CSSG’s ability to win against strong competition, and the record levels of cash highlighted are also a real positive for the company in the current environment."
rivaldo
14/8/2020
08:28
Some broker research, finally. WH Ireland published something this morning; anyone have access?
effortless cool
14/8/2020
07:22
I added more yesterday afternoon too - pleased to be able to add again at just under 78p. Hi Mas, good to join you again! There could be a quick re-rating here now.
rivaldo
13/8/2020
21:40
Thought the dividend would have been a little more bearing in mind previous was postponed. However better than nothing like most companies.
grahamwales
13/8/2020
15:02
I have added another 10k too.
effortless cool
13/8/2020
14:17
Good update & contract win plus the useful yield. Topped up today. Good to see you on board here Riv !
masurenguy
13/8/2020
13:19
Stonking value at these levels Any reason for the flatline in share price for 6 weeks ? I assume it is not well known and very few shares traded ?
basem1
13/8/2020
12:23
Glad you've joined us here, rivaldo. I bought some more in June and July, so have taken my average down to 98.9p. I do expect to make a decent profit eventually - today is a good start!
effortless cool
13/8/2020
12:13
Hi EC - just joined you here with a few buy trades at up to 78p. CSSG have been on my watchlist for a while as looking very good value at these levels. Now today we have confirmation that (1) COVID's impact on the company has only been "slight", (2) the dividend has been reinstated, (3) we have a new large contract win worth £1.3m annually for 3 years, and (4) that the year to 30th June has finished with "a good financial performance" and "record levels of cash". It wouldn't surprise me to see the share price back up to your 108p average fairly quickly assuming there are no sellers around. EDIT - apologies EC, our posts crossed!
rivaldo
13/8/2020
12:12
0.75p interim dividend reinstated and a new 3-year contract producing £1.3m p.a. https://www.investegate.co.uk/croma-sec--sol--grp--cssg-/rns/dividend-reinstated-and-contract-win/202008131100020651W/
effortless cool
04/8/2020
09:26
Be patient, bookbroker. Unless they issue an unscheduled trading statement, there will be no news until the results in October, so it could conceivably flatline until then. When it does move, however, I am confident it will be moving up.
effortless cool
04/8/2020
08:59
Over a month since this line moved, what the heck is this all about!
bookbroker
28/7/2020
14:48
This is a dull stock to hold, I appreciate it is a minnow, but how’s about a bit of perking up! Management here need to address this broker issue and appoint a company that it will at least promote the business better to investors.
bookbroker
22/7/2020
09:58
Agreed finnCap or Cenkos would be better alternatives - mch more PI friendly. Could also use Equity Development, Progressive or the like to issue paid for analyst notes.
effortless cool
22/7/2020
09:23
WHI are a friggin useless broker, practically on its knees, ok so many brokerages do not deal with small companies, but CSSG would be better to at least source a company such as Finncap, or with a better profile, forgive the spelling!
bookbroker
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