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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Fulcrum Utility LSE:FCRM London Ordinary Share KYG368851047 ORD 0.1P (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.80p -1.53% 51.50p 140,422 15:11:58
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
51.00p 52.00p 52.30p 51.50p 52.30p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 44.85 6.97 4.00 12.9 113.5

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Fulcrum Utility Daily Update: Fulcrum Utility is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FCRM. The last closing price for Fulcrum Utility was 52.30p.
Fulcrum Utility has a 4 week average price of 44.50p and a 12 week average price of 43.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 77.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 43.50p.
There are currently 220,328,797 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 231,074 shares. The market capitalisation of Fulcrum Utility is £113,469,330.46.
turbocharge: Did get it wrong? "Mkt Cap: £114.1m Next results: Finals, June Multi-utility connections provider Fulcrum Utility Services (LSE: FCRM) grew organically and through the contribution of recent acquisitions Dunamis and CDS Pipe Services. In the six months to September 2018, revenues were 49% ahead at £29.2m and there was organic growth of 12%. Underlying pre-tax profit was 13% higher at £4.2m. There was cash of £10.4m in the bank. A debt facility of up to £20m has not been used yet. The interim dividend was raised by 7% to 0.75p a share. The order book is worth £45.8m. A profit of £11.4m is forecast for this year. The historic tax losses are running out and combined with recent share issues, this means that earnings per share growth will be slower than pre-tax profit growth. The shares are trading on less than 12 times prospective 2018-19 earnings and the forecast yield is nearly 4.1%. Trading strategy The share price decline is a buying opportunity. Original recommendation: 49p/50p" hTTps://
anley: I have been a nominal shareholder for some months - so don't assume anything about me please. My research started with a note in the IC magazine and then a big drop in the share price by some very heaving selling which has, in my view created a PR problem. In over 40 years on investing I have seen this sort of market reaction to directors selling big holdings only to see the price crash...........utility and construction shares are not the flavour of the month. I wanted to know why so for several months I have been collecting as much information I can find before I visit the business and their near me in Suffolk. If you can't generate FREE CASH FLOW then you can't or should not pay a dividend..........would you agree on that point? Since I wrote my first post this morning the price has gone DOWN 2p so would you agree that the market was not happy with the directors message to shareholders? All I am doing is to find out how this company can grow and make money on the management it currently has in place..........
anley: Is this a warning that the market is NOT in love with utilities? Miton Microcap Fund comments for September re Yu group. "The largest detractor was Yu Group, a new supplier of gas, and other utilities, that aims to deliver much better service levels than others to the corporate sector. Its share price fell in September without any change in expectations".
anley: I see that 2 big brokers have: one reduced its stake from 10.9 to 8.6 and the other increased their holding from 4.9 to 5.02................ That is a reason why the share price has been weak and perhaps this is a new base if antone wishes to add.
jinnn1: by Introducing a management incentive scheme which has terms that they will only vest if the share price hits 100p (60%) and 130p (40%) for me is a good indication that my objectives of this investment is aligned with that of the board (increase share price, valuation and growth etc..) with the balance sheet and reports as it is, I can see that this is an achievable objective. Yes I do agree it was a PR disaster but with such a good annual report, balance sheet strength and the fact the company has no debt I feel this outways the sell offs. We don’t know the reason for the sell offs that’s the problem. The only thing that concerns me with this stock is how well the integration is going between fulcrum and Dunamis. Sometimes acquisations can produce a lot of inefficiency so my most immediate concern is understanding that. With the AGM in September hopefully this will shed light on all these points and the sell offs. The problem is we will not know until then which is why market sentiment is understandably low. The key thing for me is that the financials are happy, unless that starts to change I will keep my positive outlook for fulcrum. I’m still researching into the EV market so I cannot give an opinion as of yet. (No financial advice intended)
topvest: I’m happy to stay on board. The directors sold a bunch to lock in a massive gain and to presumably derisk their personal finances. Don’t think you can blame them and I’m sure they remain committed to the business. The share price has consolidated above the placing price, which is not unexpected.
anley: JINNN1.......not sure what you are getting at........could you please enlighten us. Why should the introduction of a simple management share plan help the share price and lets discount for the moment the "solid foundations.........." as that is always repeated by small listed companies. Last night at our monthly investment club everyone agreed that the way certain directors had sold large blocks was a PR civil engineer and myself started to question how the arrangement on electric power battery charging would pan out and how profitable this could be...........and there were other detailed questions we asked as well as two members of our investment club are former City fund/hedge managers well used to investing in small businesses. Here we are trying to invest but through one silly action we are now taking a much more robust look at this business and the managements background. We also suspect that the brokers had a hand in this fiasco.
anley: A slight pick up in the share price but if you go back several of us are questioning the last set of report and accounts and this was before the price came tumbling down. For me I want to see how the cash flow is managed and how the big deal is bedding down and to do that I was going to go to the AGM but am now going into hospital for a small op. Until later in the year I will just watch and wait as something is not quite right and its no good trying to talk to the brokers as they don't like private investors and hide behing nonsensical EU laws like Mifid. I will come up North and have a look around and see what I can find. I will get to the bottom of how good an investment will be as it seems to be in the right growth sectors.........look at who the competition more but it will be over the coming months.
anley: Killik seems not to like the company today............the shares are coming back to the 60p level where options etc were once given out. Something strange going on with the share price so I will just watch and wait for news NOT share price movement and also the AGM in September which I am unable to attend.
davr0s: Not great IMO but I've sold/not taken positions in the past from similar situations only for the share price to rocket off. Directors don't know where the share price is going to go either. I had this on my watch to add if it broke so I'll keep my current holding and see where price takes us.
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