Kainos Dividends - KNOS

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Kainos Group Plc KNOS London Ordinary Share GB00BZ0D6727 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
8.00 0.66% 1,216.00 12:12:03
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
1,230.00 1,194.00 1,230.00 1,208.00
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Kainos KNOS Dividends History

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abarclay: I always put any purchase idea through my thorough process before buying it. I tend to use tip sheets a lot, although I reject the great majority of their tips. My portfolio significantly beats the benchmark that I have chosen. My favourite tip sheet is Small Company Share Watch due to the quality of their in depth research which led me to Kainos at 190p in 2015.httPs://www.scsw.co.uk/searchresults.php?textfield=knos&ftype= Still holding after five years. Picked up dividend too.Cant go too wrong buying their portfolio winners
johnsoho: With the way the share price has behaved today one would have thought that this was an awful trading update......But it’s not !!!! Trading Update Kainos Group plc (KNOS), a leading IT provider, operating across two specialist business areas, Digital Services and its Workday Practice, today issues a trading update for the period from 1 April 2020 to date. Further to the 27 July 2020 trading update, trading in the period continues to be resilient across both business areas, supported by long-term customer relationships and diversified revenues across customers, end markets and geographic regions. As such, the Company expect results for the full year ending 31 March 2021 to be in line with consensus forecasts. Growth in Digital Services continues to be driven by demand within the NHS and Public Sector, where we continue to demonstrate our strength as a key supplier in the UK Government's digital transformation programme. Within the Workday Practice, we continue to benefit from the geographic spread of the business, securing significant new consulting contracts nationally and internationally. Smart, our Workday automated testing platform, continues to win new clients and drive very strong growth. Notwithstanding this strong performance, a robust pipeline and significant backlog, we remain mindful of the current economic disruption caused by Covid-19. We maintain a close dialogue with our customers and partners, and continue to pay careful attention to the impact that Covid-19 related disruption may have on them. The announcement of our results for the six months ending 30 September 2020 will be made on Monday 16 November 2020.
irishlass2: Great company but currently overvalued. After dividend is paid, can see this below £10.
gaffer73: Yes could be costly but can't see how this is valued at 1.3b and feel it will fall back after ex divi. Profit early 20m's for the last two years and 60m in cash with no obvious change doesn't add up to me.
volsung: Fair play to KNOS for repaying their furlough money https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-53552245
ali47fish: monty why are you so categorical- i havent checked the reason and maybe he has still skin in the game including other members of the board-knos has been prospering under covid helping the government
irishlass2: PE is high considering dividend is cancelled, all unnecessary expenditure is cancelled and various people have taken a cut in wages.
undervaluedassets: wton.. yup I am in both KNOS and EMIS...Emis for 5 years now.. EMIS is a solid business.
someuwin: KNOS might seem expensive on fundamentals, but there really is no limit to how high this can go - over time. As I've said before, globally there will always be an ever increasing need for software and digital services. Especially as more and more tasks are being automated and humans are assisted / augmented / replaced with computers. KNOS are one of the best (if not the best) in the business and have the skill sets to adapt to any sector. imo they have barely scratched the surface of what they can achieve yet!
sphere25: Hazl, With the neverending political uncertaity, it's difficult to ascertain the right rating for many stocks right now. The theme clearly has been one of numerous sectors being in bear markets with similar downtrending moves like KNOS. So when does the uncertainty end? Oct 19? Jan 20? June 20? Your guess is as good as mine. You simply cannot trust the buffoons in office to come together to form a clear path forward; one that provides certainty to the country and financial markets, thus allowing stocks like KNOS to rally back higher. What does it mean for stocks like KNOS? You can see by the daily volatilty in this stock that the market is trying to figure out the right rating too. What I would say is that this stock has alot of support around the 400 mark. If it ultimately settles around that mark, and you can be confident that the political morons can find a way forward in the not too distant future (too optimistic?), you can have more confidence in a the growth trajectory towards eps of 20p. A 20x rating for the level of growth isn't excessive imo and would represent value. However, I am just not very confident at the moment. I have no faith in political elite and I believe too much damage has now been done. We are seeing this in the reports of numerous company outlooks whereby cautious statements carry real weight and risk now. In the earlier period, it was just the weaker management and companies that would use Brexit and politics as an excuse, so much so that it would make you chuckle. The game has changed now, too much time has lapsed, the economy is deterioriating and once that confidence erodes, it just means a whole batch of profit warnings will follow now - that is my expectation. Perhaps I am too bearish now. That doesn't mean you can't take short term trades or find longer term value as ratings are eroding, but I'd continue to be cautious here in the near term. I'd want to see that chart break the downtrend, stablise and move sideways for a while, to at least a signal a bottom is in. At the moment the stock keeps making new lows, so despite being oversold (and prone to a short term oversold move higher), the overall trend is still down. It's volatile - one of the harder ones to read, gaps a hell of alot too frequently so I rarely trade it. I will be looking for a position once it stablises and forms a more solid bottoming chart pattern. Then we just take a read on how the morons in office are doing, whether that means the worst is now priced in for the likes of KNOS and take a long position or averaging in at that point. I'll come back at a later date or folk will think I'm deramping. Remember noone here can influence a stock. I do want to buy, but have no position currently. It's just a waiting game at the moment and watching the headlines (sigh) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ hazl 4 Sep '19 - 16:29 - 2119 of 2126 0 0 0 Sphere25 a good post. Not invested but interested what would you consider a good price taking all that into account?
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