Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
K3 Capital Group Plc LSE:K3C London Ordinary Share GB00BF1HPD20 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.00 -1.36% 145.00 13,912 09:48:45
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
140.00 150.00 145.00 144.00 144.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 13.56 4.88 9.00 16.1 61
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:21:26 O 130 147.50 GBX

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K3 Capital Daily Update: K3 Capital Group Plc is listed in the Nonequity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker K3C. The last closing price for K3 Capital was 147p.
K3 Capital Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 117.50p and a 12 week average price of 117.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 292p while the 1 year low share price is currently 106.50p.
There are currently 42,210,526 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 42,944 shares. The market capitalisation of K3 Capital Group Plc is £61,205,262.70.
robow: from Friday's Daily Telegraph These 4 stocks could soar after Brexit but now is the time to buy The British market reacted positively to the Conservative party's resounding election victory in December as it all but confirmed Britain would leave the European Union on January 31. As the date approaches, investors should look at which stocks will flourish amid the country's new-found freedom. Key to what stocks will do well following Brexit will be how well the domestic economy grows and how the pound performs against the dollar. With political certainty due to the Conservatives' huge majority, businesses are more likely to ramp up investment plans boosting economic activity. Political stability has fed through to the currency and the Government is to push on with its spending plans. Investors could therefore consider stocks that will benefit from a more resilient economy and from an increase in spending on infrastructure and housing. Telegraph Money takes you the stocks with the best growth potential. K3 Capital Group Gervias Williams of Miton Premier Asset Management is a specialist in investing in smaller companies and recommended K3 Capital Group, which helps to sell private businesses. He said: “We anticipate that following Brexit and the release of the political logjam we will see renewed inward investment into Britain.” In particular, this should see a rise in the takeover activity of small and medium-sized businesses. The last update from the company was a trading update in early December that confirmed it was entering the second half of its financial year with a record order book. “This specifically noted the political stability that was coming following the election result, and its confidence in meeting market expectations,” he added. The share price fell at the start of 2019 after a profit warning. Despite better numbers than feared, shares only rebounded following the election result. Shares cost 227p, up 60pc since mid-November.
ted1066: Good trading update back in June + possible 8% divi.when share price was 150p
odys2: For the record: NT bought back "a few" 05/04/19 (according to his trades spreadsheet he bought 1000 shares at 124.5 target 170 stop 100). The full quotation is as follow: "A sell then buyback in tiddler K3c. It just kept on falling so I had to sell my last bit for a small profit. It soon became apparent why when a profits warning was released. One does wonder if this warning should have been released a lot earlier? It was certainly flagged by the selling. Normally I would steer clear but I did buy back a few as perhaps the price was well oversold given the already battered share price. Pays a decent dividend and has cash so doesn't look like a bust or anything like that especially as decent profits are still forecast by the company. Potential massive upside here if it gets back on track." Anyway, I am hoping that perhaps some kind of a double bottom is starting to form today? Wait till it rally above the recent pull back high... Otherwise it could be the "double dead cat bounce"..
its the oxman: Dress it up as you want but short term disappointment and weak no's generally say the share price could drift down, why rush in to buy. And if we get a Brexit delay for a few years?
pireric: At the point it becomes emotional to sell, i.e. "I want out at any price", then that's usually around the bottom. Think we've seen an element of that. So, what happens if we haircut earnings for the year by 10%? 11.8p of EPS -> 13.5x P/E Probably >£6m in cash so closer to 12x P/E even after a theoretical 10% profit warn. For a business with very strong margins and ROI metrics. That has, historically, demonstrated very strong growth. And then lastly on top, a business with exceptionally strong cash generation. 12x P/E for a capital intensive business can be 20x cash flow. Here, it's more like 13 - 13.5x, which is pretty damn cheap. I strongly disagree that an in-line statement would lead to a share price drift from here. I'd expect a pretty material rebound (10%+ at an absolute bare minimum). This arguably already has pretty strong valuation support around here, even after factoring in a profit warning. Without any semblance of profit warning, this is on 12x P/E, <11x ex cash, nearly 7% dividend yield, nearly 9% free cash flow yield Also, surely you would Davr0s + it's a matter of price. if this was at 1x P/E, surely you'd buy it?!!
clanger66: If they know of something materially different from expectations it's a regulatory requirement to inform the market.I emailed the company on Monday to voice my concerns on the share price performance and lack of updates and was told: "As we stand, our next trading update is currently not due until early June, shortly after our financial year has ended and we have clarity on the result subject to audit"However I do think it's prudent that the company should comment on the share price performance as they've lost some 35% of market cap in a little over a month.
tomg23: Think some are also taking their losses before the end of the tax year tomorrow. The lack of trading update is really killing the share price. A profit warning seems priced in at these levels so anything in line and above the Price should take off. Time to back up the truck :-)
pireric: Still incredible price action. Stops being taken out left right and centre. 35% of the market cap wiped out since the start of February alone If this is related to fund redemptions then I seriously hope those funds don't get any privilege by management teams in small cap investing into the future. The likes of Miton have trashed the share price at L.SDI a few months back as they exited
simba_: Ive been looking at this recently. Tough comparatives but dont understand why consesus forecasts are so dire. 0.7% turnover growth?. 5.8% decrease in EPS?. (Sharepad). ~Obvious risks are where it feels like we are in the cycle/possible downturn looming? and Brexit carnage holding back spending/investments. It doesnt help that some transactions have now been moved to H2 with the reasons for this unclear.~Its a dilemma at this price for me. A postive trading update will see the share price rise quite significantly.
davr0s: Share price is what it is. Forecast earnings are decelerating so not unexpected share price reaction after last years strong rise. Classic stage 4 trend action. Nothing for me here at the moment - keeping on watch for the longer term
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