Keywords Studios Dividends - KWS

Keywords Studios Dividends - KWS

Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Keywords Studios Plc KWS London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
26.00 0.88% 2,976.00 16:35:07
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
2,968.00 2,906.00 2,990.00 2,976.00 2,950.00
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Keywords Studios KWS Dividends History

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Posted at 03/8/2022 10:03 by steeplejack
Indeed but a quiet BB is invariably a good sign,a noisy board is often one under stress with a falling share price.KWS is a lock away in my book along with Croda,AZN,Volex,Dechra,Indivior,SDI etc,companies that have shown that they can handle the current deteriorating economic environment.
Posted at 01/4/2022 13:31 by ali47fish
thanks alpha for the comments- i don't follow hard and fast rules apart of course from having a higher proportion om my investments in the winners-kws has gone though difficult periods where aim vcts for intance have taken profits - it s more luck than anything else that i decided to keep my holding
Posted at 01/4/2022 12:57 by alphabeta4
ali, I'm conscious (like most here I suspect) that I am not a qualified financial adviser so can only give you what I do for you to make up your own mind.
I have a personal rule where I won't go above 12% in any one share and typically will hold around 25-30 at any one time. I am a full time professional investor of 7 years and have found 25-30 personally is about the limit I can handle. So my average position is around 3.3%.
If I go above 12% in one I will just top slice it to get it back under and use the cash for something else. This has been the case for companies like Futr which I still think are fantastic but I have made more than 10x my initial stake.
If I have something which I see significant upside but I only hold say around 8% then I will add and push towards my 12% rule. Basically I want those where I see the greatest return to have the highest amount in subject to the amount of risk if it going wrong.
For KWS I had held c6% of my portfolio on it and added to take myself up to c8% on the update. FWIW I note it would be around £39-40 if valued on the same basis as September representing significant upside, albeit that can be said for lots of companies in the tech sector right now! IMHO the EBITDA guidance also looks very undemanding so this may prove conservative with the net cash for acquisitions adding further opportunities for upgrades.
Good luck with what you choose to do, I think there are no hard and fast rules but the above has worked well for me.

Posted at 04/3/2022 10:43 by arborfieldinvestor
Anyone know what is happening to KWS Russian studios in Moscow and St. Petersburg? The share seems to have fallen recently so wondering if these are worth a punt or whether the Russian studios will cause them issues?
Posted at 21/2/2022 18:41 by km18
...from last year...

Keywords Studios PLc plc issued interims for the six months to June 2021. Top line revenue growth was strong rising 37.6% to €238.7m in H1 21. EBITDA was stronger rising 55.7% to €40.8m. Profit before tax was stronger again rising 97.3% to €21.9m. And EPS was strongest of the lot rising 119.8% to 20.86c. Valuation is not cheap, forward PE ratio is around 44, very expensive for the market as a whole, just about middle third for the high growth Software & Computer Services sector. Investors shouldn’t expect any multiple rerating higher, but with EPS growth reaching 100%+ rates, returns should be strong anyway. And given the commercial performance KWS is delivering, the probability of downward rerating is relatively low. BUY....

.... from WealthOracleAM

Posted at 04/2/2022 15:06 by aoiaoi
Absolutely, the sector is healthy and KWS look to be super healthy and set for growth on Revenue and earnings. Market madness, as somebody said.
Posted at 04/2/2022 14:29 by daisylove
It looks to me like KWS is tracking the decline in tech and indeed other industry stocks (save for energy) so it's not KWS specific. TM17 shows a similar pattern in last few weeks. A couple of fairly big KWS buys in the last week hopefully shows that there is hope for the future and a recovery once all the market madness subsides - or rather IF it subsides.
Posted at 18/1/2022 19:58 by aimingupward2
I would expect this huge acquisition to prompt further interest in KWS. It is, after all a major outsource supplier to the vast industry of video gaming, including already working for Activision.

Berenberg are almost certain to review their 3450p target price upwards next time they review and Jefferies may well go higher than the 3700p which they already have.

Posted at 17/5/2021 22:45 by steeplejack
Despite my advancing years i suspect the interactive experience of video gaming industry are vastly under appreciated by equity markets.A lot of very popular films are now largely mimicking video games,the tail wagging the dog ?The screen plays are feeble for the simple reason that they are totally subordinated to the clever trick technology that increasingly dominates popular 'action' films.A lot of action movies are tedious compared with the interactivity provided by games and the ability of those games to enduringly challenge participants over and over again and allow participants to compete online.I'm stating the obvious when i say that video games are an exponential growth market.The price target?I don't seen any reason why KWS shouldn't triple on a 5 year view.
Posted at 04/5/2021 18:05 by reb_ban
Certain US techs are plummeting due to a change in investor behaviour as the global economy starts to open up...However, I would be suprised if KWS was to be affected as its neither seasonal nor has it 'Blossomed' due to covid but the old adage of 'Sell in May' is interesting except the last two years have been incredibly unusual so I for one continue to accumulate here...
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