Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Filta Group LSE:FLTA London Ordinary Share GB00BDB7J920 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% 167.50p 165.00p 170.00p 167.50p 167.50p 167.50p 0 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 10.1 -0.2 -1.5 - 45.15

Filta Group Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
04/10/2017
10:34
Ta - it's come off its highs. A bit worried about the head & shoulders pattern but will probably take a small position!
twistednik
29/9/2017
12:52
Unwind of the magazine coverage I would think, which is what the price went up on. Very little interest here so no momentum trade to speak of. One for the relatively patient.
hpcg
28/9/2017
14:56
The shares are also very illiquid so small number of sells has disproportionate effect on the share price.
nurdin
28/9/2017
14:44
News? Noise! Lots of profits for the taking. Happens often with very small caps: a bit of selling, the price dips and you get a mini-waterfall.
jonwig
28/9/2017
14:32
What'a happening today ? Can't see any news ...
twistednik
18/9/2017
08:30
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/investing/article-4889028/SHARE-PUNT-WEEK-Filta-Group.html
tradewithtrend
18/9/2017
08:23
ah..thanks
nurdin
18/9/2017
08:14
Daily mail share punt of the week, hence the rise
tradewithtrend
14/9/2017
10:27
My pleasure -
gersemi
14/9/2017
10:20
Of the two tips in SHARES this morning, guess which one I bought :0( Good luck holders, FRYING TONITE.....
runthejoules
14/9/2017
07:02
Franchise group Filta (FLTA:AIM) looks poised to accelerate its geographical expansion, making now an ideal time to buy the shares. It has just made its first move into Canada and we understand a deal to crack mainland Europe could be imminent.. Share Magazine starting para..thanks gersemi
nurdin
14/9/2017
05:29
Main tip in Shares mag.
gersemi
11/9/2017
13:56
jonwig - its like ASCO - former LOQ - started off as a tiddler with a simple idea - paying for theme park 1hr queue beating flashing bracelets - sounded like a small business - but new CEO changed strategy and went for big national/international clients then added new services such as electronic ticketing, virtual wallets etc and cross sold them in - multi bagged.
luckymouse
11/9/2017
11:39
hpcg - can't really argue against that, but we're assuming management can handle transition from a small company to a sizable one.!
jonwig
11/9/2017
09:58
The upside is the entire maintenance package for restaurants / fast food outlets. Most of those are run by franchisees with multiple locations. Think of the ease of managing one relationship - assuming FLTA can align territories. We should I hope, be aiming for our franchisees to grow large territories. An important point here, and one I would not have made even a few years ago, is that if the company is going to be successful over a multi year period the shares should always look too expensive to buy. This is a common theme over many successful roll outs.
hpcg
11/9/2017
06:22
LuckyM - para 1: you're right, of course, but when a company headlines its EBITDA and adjustments you smell a rat, especially when the income statement shows a whopping loss! (Serial offender: HSS Toolhire.) Actually, Filta presents its accounts very clearly, and the 2016 Annual Report has a clear analysis of of its figures - eg. pp 16-17, the only mention of 'EBITDA'. Para 3: "marketing overlay technique" ... uh?
jonwig
10/9/2017
18:42
Re adjustments it depends if they impact or flatter the fwd play. Taking out the one off IPO & dir costs & projecting fwd was the real calculation here & it bounced hard with a v healthy swings to profits. The real value going fwd for me is they are pros - expanding territories, service offerings, going in at the group/national level & scaling up the infrastructure to handle it, attention to small detail. Price action will pause at various technical levels - but if they keep that pace up it will just grow imho. The secret is expanding the offerings as well as territories, because once into large clients you can introduce new products - a dynamic CEO will be close to the CEOs of his major clients and find out what they need. Ignore the fact thats its something as simple as managing fryer fat - its the marketing overlay technique that counts.
luckymouse
10/9/2017
11:43
Hi jonwig...I personally like to see the underlying operating performance rather than numbers clouded by one-offs and non-cash deductions.But then each to their own.. On the subject of valuation, note that Stockopedia gives forward pe of 26x with a PEG,calculated on a rolling basis,of 0.55 .That strikes me as pretty cheap.
nurdin
10/9/2017
05:44
nurdin - I'm not too keen on 'adjustments', though IPO costs muddy the figures (last FY). They seem to steer clear of 'EBITDA', too, which is a welcome signal. (You only need it when you've actually made a loss which you want to apply lipstick to!)
jonwig
09/9/2017
16:59
Do remember the eps figure reported for H1 (2.54p) is the basic eps ,struck after deducting a number of non-cash items such as depreciation,amortisation,share based payments etc Adjusted for these we get a much rosier picture of the actual 'operating eps'.The cashflow statement has the details which I am trying to work out...
nurdin
09/9/2017
10:22
Hi Jonwig, Are those revised eps forecasts post the results? Prior to the results they were forecasting £11.3m revenue this yr and £13.2m next. Given they've just reported £6.6m for the 1st half Filta are likely going to beat next yr's revenues 12 months early. I appreciate the co. have made clear their working capital costs have risen too, as they put in place stronger infrastructure this year, so the rise in eps will lag revenue growth for the time being.
maiken
09/9/2017
08:52
Publicity for the first Canadian franchise: Http://www.woodstocksentinelreview.com/2017/09/08/cooking-oil-management-firm-makes-canadian-debut-in-bysham-business-park I've only just seen the results. Good, yes, but that good? The house broker forecasts eps of 6.0p for the full year (PER 29x) and 7.3p for next. They've probably understated these, of course.
jonwig
08/9/2017
13:23
OK, written up by Graham Neary on Paul Scott's Small Cap Value Report on Stockopedia. I guess it wasn't my occasional name drop on another board. Edit, having read it it meshes well with what I wrote, and I think that message will resonate with the readership. He also ends with "tempted to take a position". Act first, publish later ;-)
hpcg
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