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GAMA Gamma Communications Plc

4.00 (0.38%)
08 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Gamma Communications Plc GAMA London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
4.00 0.38% 1,064.00 16:35:07
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
1,066.00 1,052.00 1,066.00 1,064.00 1,060.00
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Posted at 06/12/2023 17:55 by essentialinvestor
Can anyone provide an industry inside view on GAMA?.
Posted at 20/10/2023 12:43 by salpara111
I fully accept your argument, you can only work with the most recent update and their forward looking view. I don't expect to see GAMA at £15 in the near future I will be happy if I get another opportunity to exit around £12.
Posted at 22/9/2023 07:39 by senseibull
@Salpara - my opinion is that this share is moving into a dividend type from growth, so will be now stuck in a range for the longer term
Posted at 08/9/2023 16:26 by essentialinvestor
Not sure on that but decent day.

I did try to generate some discussion on the SHA on GAMA a couple of weeks back,
but got radio silence.
Posted at 07/9/2023 09:04 by brucie5
Thanks Thorpematt, good forensic analysis. Stocko's algorithms appear to picked up its Quality attractions - at 99 - with no fewer than six screens passed.

Maybe they should be considering a special dividend to reward shareholders and alert others to the opportunity of buying their story at these levels?

For me, interested mainly, though not exclusively in dividends the story is mainly on the chart and break over 12 - though equally, someone did well to buy at 10 and hold.

What else do you see with similar potential?
Posted at 06/9/2023 19:52 by thorpematt
I used to subscribe to IC....but not anymore. Their summary for GAMA on the "free to access page" when I searched it looks about right (1.45% yeild).

What I see as more significant (when you see how low that is) is that this is despite them hiking it to the tune of a 5yr CAGR of over 12%.

When you drill down further you can see that it is covered more than 5x

That 12% divi growth is however dwarfed by the growth figures for book value, normalised earnings, revenues and profits, all of which have seeen CAGRs of around twice that of the divi growth.

Historic performance is of course NOT necessarily to be matched by future performance, but those numbers indicate significant room for error.

...which brings us nicely back to the IC - who (intermittently at least) is not immune to the odd significant error of its own (it would seem).
Posted at 06/9/2023 13:51 by brucie5
IC gives it a 5% dividend yield, is that right?
Posted at 05/9/2023 15:32 by thorpematt

Looking at my notes on GAMA, one of the first notes I made was:

"... The only issues are it s not a circle of competence for me and that the divi payout is poor."

So I definitely cannot help you by way of a strong knowledge in their end markets BUT I am pretty confident that this is a high quality company, on the metrics I see as important...despite the lowly divi.

I liked the TS - looks all in order and contrasts the chart which looks like it priced in that it wasn't.

I have bought some more today as a consequence (I had what I regard as a half position previously bought at similar price.)
Posted at 05/9/2023 12:35 by adamb1978
I think they avoid AIM as they believe that a large % of their holders own GAMA due to the inheritance benefits from being on AIM. I do agree that moving to FTSE250 would help them though, and possibly bring in enough holders to offset any churn from IHT focussed people

[not a holder]
Posted at 26/8/2023 10:48 by brucie5
GAMA appears as no. 2 in the IC's Fund Managers' Best Ideas - based on top 3 overweight holdings in small caps.

Alpha Group International 8 (-1)
Gamma Communications 7 (+1)
4imprint Group 5
CVS Group 5 (-1)
OSB Group 4 (-1)
GlobalData 3 (-1)
Serco Group 3
FD Technologies 2 (+1)
Franchise Brands 2

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