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GTC Getech Group Plc

3.25
-1.30 (-28.57%)
21 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Getech Group Plc LSE:GTC London Ordinary Share GB00B0HZVP95 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.30 -28.57% 3.25 3.10 3.40 4.55 2.60 4.55 6,942,666 16:03:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Oil And Gas Field Expl Svcs 5.07M -2.83M -0.0419 -0.78 2.19M
Getech Group Plc is listed in the Oil And Gas Field Expl Svcs sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GTC. The last closing price for Getech was 4.55p. Over the last year, Getech shares have traded in a share price range of 2.60p to 13.625p.

Getech currently has 67,474,375 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Getech is £2.19 million. Getech has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -0.78.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
26/9/2023
20:26
“Richard ?”
“Stuart ?”

Best mates are they ?
I suppose if it makes you feel cosy about your investment.

yump
26/9/2023
18:16
Thankyou !
32campomar
26/9/2023
17:47
Does anyone have a link to the investor callFrom yesterday ?
32campomar
26/9/2023
13:36
We would be even happier if Richard bought a sizeable stake too to add to his current modest holding! I don't think we will need to wait too long...
32campomar
26/9/2023
13:31
Richard seems happy with our biggest shareholder adding
battlebus2
26/9/2023
09:07
Hawthorne.
battlebus2
26/9/2023
08:51
Stuart who ? I only deal in surnames when it comes to shares and my money.
yump
26/9/2023
08:26
Now we need to see director buying
32campomar
26/9/2023
07:09
Good to see Stuart adding to his holding which is now over 13%.
battlebus2
25/9/2023
16:47
Yep, nobody could have made a worse job. Really don’t deserve to get paid, should be cleaners because they’ve taken the co to the cleaners. What a disgrace
big7ime
25/9/2023
15:51
This company has been so badly mismanaged over the years, and Paton is principally to blame. He has been behind every transaction this company has done in the last ten years. Overpaying to diversify when they should have stuck to geo-spatial analysis. It was a steady and safe earner, totally ruined what Derek Fairhead started!
bookbroker
25/9/2023
15:48
You should add other bombed stocks to diversify
Careful
Survival is key to having the chance to recover ur cash
We don't know where this is going
They could raise cash tomorrow

book5
25/9/2023
14:00
Added a few.
battlebus2
25/9/2023
13:59
Four points of concern:-
* Very illiquid to exit if new strategy does not generate cash flow positivity.
* If not cash flow positive might need new funding.
* Cavendish adjusted fy 23 adjusted profit before tax MINUS £4.8M
* Adjusted loss per share 4.8p

Also (IMO) next potential significant cost saving -- delisting.

I thought Bennett very politically correct about the problems at H2Green.

pugugly
25/9/2023
13:38
Well it's very odd I can't even buy 10000 shares online. What's that all about ?
32campomar
25/9/2023
13:28
When O&G exploration was booming, GTC was a healthy company with a nice niche. The biggest blunder seems to have been complacency in moving properly into other markets when exploration cut back significantly.

While at the same time talking like some major corporate when it came to H2 Green which was a complete startup with no assets other than a bit of talk and a few ideas by the look of it, if that counts at all.

At least I assume they now have some decent contacts in the area of hydrogen development plus a decent spread of opportunities across the various new areas for the core business

If this is the kitchen sink moment, might not be a bad time to make a speculative purchase for new investors. I get the impression that the rest of us will be sitting on our hands for quite some time, in the hope that it becomes profitable and re-rates.

yump
25/9/2023
11:31
Yes Book5, break even with 2 million of cost cuts gives a stable platform going forward.Any new business wins going forward will mean profitability
32campomar
25/9/2023
11:21
2 million savings should bring us close to breaking even
very ambitious and needed

Happier now, a smaller consultancy business focusing on mineral exploration should survive and share price recover some losses

Problem: credibility is low

Till the next positive rns, hopefully soon.

gla

book5
25/9/2023
11:10
Haven’t watched it yet - decided to wash my bike instead.

Re profitabilty - it sounds as if the core business has been run in a very slack way financially. Even if you take out the H2 costs.

May be a wrong assumption on my part, but from Copus presentations, I got the impression of an academic, not an operational business guy. Perhaps that’s a legacy that includes some others who will soon be “let go”.

yump
25/9/2023
11:08
Market reaction to presentation appears negative as bid offer dropped as 11:02 to 7.0/7.5p compared to 7.5/8.0 at start of presentation. However probably just Brownian Motion - The key is where the price is at market close.

Any views on the presentation?

pugugly
25/9/2023
10:58
Yump

The management agrees with you a sober approach is needed.
Question for the seniors of GTC: what is the most extended period this company has been profitable?

book5
25/9/2023
09:56
I reckon the work they’ve done on H2 is actually just core business ie. Analysing the sites at Inverness and Shoreham.

That makes the expansion of the core business offerings outside O&G more easy to market. Especially if there are few or no other companies with any significant experience with H2 demands on geological structure.

H2 is a growth area - there’s increasing interest. GTC’s best outcome is to be the expert in the small part of that where their expertise is needed. Nothing wrong with a set of small but rapidly growing niches.

Perhaps the best (only) good thing coming out out of the H2Green fiasco is that its been a catalyst for diversification.

The best thing is that the people who might have carried on with their ego trip projects have gone. So resistance to a more sober approach has hopefully gone as well.

yump
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