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HDT Holders Technology Plc

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08 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Holders Technology Plc LSE:HDT London Ordinary Share GB0004312350 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 43.00 0.00 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
41.00 45.00 43.00 43.00 43.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Electronic Parts,eq-whsl,nec 8.32M -259k -0.0613 -7.01 1.82M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 43.00 GBX

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30/11/202311:28HOLDERS in for Rapid Profits283
18/9/202320:35Request of EGM Holders technology -
23/12/202112:01Holders technology; time to accummulate853
28/10/200920:57A net net working cap stock with a final divi of 4.8%42
10/3/200514:09HUGE 9.7% dividend & a Telecom25

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Posted at 10/12/2023 08:20 by Holders Technology Daily Update
Holders Technology Plc is listed in the Electronic Parts,eq-whsl,nec sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HDT. The last closing price for Holders Technology was 43p.
Holders Technology currently has 4,224,164 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Holders Technology is £1,816,391.
Holders Technology has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -7.01.
This morning HDT shares opened at 43p
Posted at 30/11/2023 11:28 by esmith3
My back of an envelope calculations on the interim figures were 42.8p cash per share, and net working capital minus all liabilities of 74.8p per share. Performance is supposed to have improved since the interims...
Posted at 20/9/2023 00:24 by lauders
All is OK now BB2. Thanks for your help and sorry to HDT holders for the off topic posts.
Posted at 19/9/2023 00:20 by lauders
Deleted as promised.
Posted at 31/3/2022 12:30 by battlebus2
Took a few here. Seems good value at the current price but as ever DYOR
Posted at 30/3/2022 11:55 by sunshine today
Agreed for a young person who wants to buy a house without a mortgage, put the deposit in this share and wait.

Over the years it could be a fantastic investment

As we can see, your buying two profitable business for possibly a single years profit within 24 - 36 months.

(Market cap less the cash) £800,000.
Posted at 30/3/2022 11:48 by babscabs
Holders is proving to be a classic Benjamin Graham share .

Admittedly quite hard to buy but ridiculous value , yet still with growth in a rising tide market and stuffed with cash .

This valuation is madness especially when compared to some of the dross on the market facing headwinds .

Just doesn't add up

3.1 million cash

3.9 million market cap

Rising tide intelligent lighting division growing rapidly with 37% margins

12 million turnover

German PCB division disposed of .

For anyone looking for a long term hold total no brainer.

Shares quite easy to buy at moment as two larger shareholders continue to sell down .
Posted at 28/3/2022 11:48 by sunshine today
Clients have been bitten with supply chain issues, from China.

Investing in U.K. high end PCB‘S production is a very smart move.

Tiny Holders has two fantastic revenue streams.

The market cap today, is plain silly, with assets matching the share price.

If you can get growth at this price, and wait , you will be rewarded.
Posted at 28/3/2022 06:35 by sunshine today
Rock solid results with revenues growing strongly.

Cash £3.1M Market cap £4.0M

Net assets £1.07 a share .

The real business valuation, (after cash deducted), is just £900,000 for 100% of the shares.

As the lighting business gets into gear ( gross margins rose a tad,) this company could become extremely profitable.

It has Two major drivers that are in its favour

1/Massive rise in raw materials , and labour, for standard wired installations, drives LED solutions. Huge cost savings.

2/ The world is going Green at pace.

Grossly undervalued.
Posted at 27/8/2021 17:36 by kazoom
Thanks sunshine,

I did notice that footnote on EPS - "continuing" was one of the key things I searched for when looking at that point.

The trouble is that what they declare as continuing operations there includes the business now to be sold.

In accounting terms perhaps that is accurate, especially if they had not made the decision to sell by the period end. In fact as they won't complete the sale until the end of September, this part of the business will contribute for 4 months out of H2
So my FY eps 'guesstimate' should be c. H1 + H1 * .53 + H1 * .47 * 4/6 or H1 * 1.84 for short.

However if they stay where they are their "exit rate" going into next year will be H1 * .53.* 2 so around 2.6p as starting point for estimating FY 2022 EPS.

With around 67p of the share price being supported by cash, you can argue that the underlying business is priced at about 15p / share. Which would give a cash adjusted PE of around 5.8x . Cheap, but not super cheap - especially as some of the pre-existing cash may be needed to meet ongoing liabilities.

On the upside of course, one would hope that the remaining business recovers further post covid and therefore looks even cheaper.

What I cannot see (from past experience here and elsewhere) is what will unlock that value for shareholders.

I could of course look back on this as a missed opportunity, but I don't mind those anymore - plenty more fish and all that. I don't think in the long run shareholders will lose money here, but the likelihood of major gains seem slim to me.

However in this crazy market who knows - if they considered it big enough to bother with, you could see private equity being prepared to pay a multiple of the current share price.
Posted at 27/8/2021 16:57 by sunshine today
“They have sold nearly half of the business (by turnover) for £1.6m based on the current share price the other 'half' is being valued at c. £1.8m. So not obviously a super bargain in that context”

“£1.8M for the remaining half.”


Now the sums

£1.3M is cash (Deduct)

£400,000 owed from sales. ( above what they owe ) Deduct.

£ Inventories ; German PCB was 3 -4 times bigger than UK , so taking that into account, and the fact the lighting segment would not carry huge stock values I guess that today, after the German sale they would be not less than £700,000. ( Deduct )

£ Plant & Machinery most gone in the German sale, but my guess is £50,000 left in the U.K. ( Deduct )

So far we have £650,000 of free value.

Next add on a minimum profit of another £100,000 in the second half.

Thus £200,000 profit a year on a v low PE OF 10 =. £2M of value if company sold next week.

We now have £2.650M of free value.

Next add on value of CLEAN : AIM listing Minimum £500,000.

That’s £3.150M of free value.

At an absolute minimum the company is a steal at twice today’s share price.
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