Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
H&t Group LSE:HAT London Ordinary Share GB00B12RQD06 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 290.00p 285.25p 294.75p - - - 3,724 08:06:12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 94.2 9.7 20.9 13.8 107.86

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16/8/201716:31Harvey and Thompson Pawnbrokers559
11/8/201608:30*** Harvey and Thompson ***-
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H&T Group Daily Update: H&t Group is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HAT. The last closing price for H&T Group was 290p.
H&t Group has a 4 week average price of 265p and a 12 week average price of 265p.
The 1 year high share price is 310p while the 1 year low share price is currently 230p.
There are currently 37,193,462 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 67,029 shares. The market capitalisation of H&t Group is £107,861,039.80.
scotches: The higher gold price gave a turbo boost to a business that was already motoring at pawnbroker H & T Group PLC (LON:HAT). Profit before tax in the first half of 2017 rose 62.2% to £6.0mln from £3.7mln the year before. ..... The interim dividend has been hiked by a little more than 10% to 4.3p from 3.9p. ... Meanwhile, broker finnCap said the results were ahead of its expectations and it expects to upgrade its full-year profits and earnings per share estimates by around 5%. “This has been a milestone year for the company and the outlook statement is confident; however, this is not reflected in the share price, which has declined 6% while Ramsden has appreciated 68%. This is an opportunity for investors in a neglected stock,” the broker said. See rest at proactive investors site - link not permitted
walbrock82: For those who want to understand the H&T business, you may find these interesting factual questions: - 1. Why their cash cycle is around 400 days? 2. What is the cause of their wage bill rising to 25% of revenue? 3. Is there a problem with trade receivables and inventories accounting for 94% of revenue? 4. What is a pledge book? 5. Finally, is the company’s share price on the high-side of valuation? The explanation is here:
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chalky: looks like h&t have consolidated well in a terrible market,we knew the numbers were not going to play out well but there are some good indicators that make these a good hold. I like increased cash flow to nearly 11mill, decreased debt to under 19 mill and a share price at buy 180 on a net asset value of about 245p a share and still paying a dividend,also more products available to customers and a market in gold that seems to have some life in it so far.buying something for 180p which is possibly worth 245p seems a good idea to me,looks like there is a fair bit of value there.also someone else may see that too as a possible take over target.
rohkap: Disappointing to see these results given all the previous management chat about not being reliant on gold prices, reinvesting gold profits blah blah. Turns out the whole business is massively correlated to gold prices (apart from financial services)!!! Whats worrying is that gold was only £300 approx 7 years ago ie still could a long way to go before it bottoms out completely Struggle to see why ABM hasnt been clobbered in sympathy. Surely it has the same issues as HAT with a similar sized estate with high reliance on gold selling plus significantly higher net debt and goodwill balances? Looks like an obvious short to me. Assuming there is no M&A activity, where does HAT bottom out? Looks cheap on balance sheet basis but assuming £3-4mm annualised net income for short term then share price decline may have a while to go before stabilising (current market cap around £47mm). I worry for the divi even at the slashed levels. They need to put a hold on expansionary capex as they need to get a grip on costs. Saying that, its going to be hard to reduce costs when the estate has been expanded so aggressively over past 6 years. That brings with it high fixed costs -salaries + shop rentals
cutlosses: Couldn't agree more with Mikey34. Can anyone explain this reaction after such a great statement? The Share Price is still way off it's years high?
gj2: Also agreed - it never ceases to amaze me that the lower a company's share price goes (particularly into single pence), the more the posts appear - and the more personal they seem to get. Happy to continue holding these (4 years so far). Just gutted about selling ABM over 10 years ago for tax reasons.....
scotches: Barclays Stockbrokers have updated their HAT share screen to increase forecast EPS. 31-Dec-11 10.97 30.54p 11.3 n/a -37% 10.20p 2.9% Now it's 30.54p from 28.83p earlier. So just a 37% fall in EPS predicted - I'm obviously missing something. Anyone got any ideas? The broker views page is also updated 17-Jun-11 FinnCap Hold 346.88p 350.00p - Reiteration 17-Jun-11 Peel Hunt Limited Buy 346.88p 340.00p - Reiteration That page needs a revamp or a clarification of what the terms mean. Why would Peel Hunt issue a "buy" note at the current price of 346p if their target price is 340p.
scotches: I had also been wondering if the forecast big drop in EPS was now accurate. The assumption was that the increased costs of new store openings and their early stage development when they did not contribute would markedly reduce profits. However I still like that Red Tom article in the header post above which although a year out of date gives various ideas for how to value the company. That article makes much of the idea of valuing pawnbrokers in relation to size of pledge book. That isn't divorced from the surge in gold prices since of course a lot of the pledge book will be gold related. However unless I am getting the decimal point in the wrong place it still makes little sense for HAT to have such a low rating in relation to its main competitor ABM. ABM recent pledge book was £37m and current market cap is £185m. So that's about 5 times the pledge book. HAT has a pledge book of £39.5m and a market cap of 123m. On that valuation method alone HAT should be £5.50 so there must be some other factor suppressing HAT price - I guess a perceived lower quality of earnings.
scotches: The level of gold profits is distorting an easy comparison between ABM and HAT. That article mentions another method by using value of company in relation to size of pledge book. However I get a HAT price of about £5 using that comparison - I wonder what is wrong with these calculations. ABM pledge book 39.1m - market value £175m - a multiple of 4.47. (Shares in issue 55.51m) HAT pledge of 39.5m - market value £117m - a multiple of 2.96. (Shares in issue 35.63m) HAT reported a much smaller % rise in pledge book compared to ABM - but can the vast gap between valuations really be justified. Anyway that recent period where it was sitting available for purchase at 280p was another great opportunity to add.
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