Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Nahl Group LSE:NAH London Ordinary Share GB00BM7S2W63 ORD GBP0.0025
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 103.75p 101.50p 105.50p - - - 2,271 08:08:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 51.9 12.4 21.7 4.8 47.91

Nahl Group Share Discussion Threads

Showing 1101 to 1124 of 1125 messages
Chat Pages: 45  44  43  42  41  40  39  38  37  36  35  34  Older
DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/10/2018
12:59
Dividend seems to be panning out as I’d estimated back in July March/July Still think it could drop as low as 80/90p... L.
lazygun
11/10/2018
08:24
How right you were (unfortunately) ;)
mister md
01/10/2018
10:09
Not surprised by the fall here after those results. I think this will go under £1.
rcturner2
18/9/2018
20:34
Should lead to more value retained if they can make it work successfully. I'm happy to hold, particularly with Chris Mills having been buying.
topvest
18/9/2018
14:50
Presentation here https://www.nahlgroupplc.co.uk/images/stories/additionalFields/content-3-347-nahl%20interim%20results%20investors%20presentation%20september%202018.pptx
loglorry1
18/9/2018
14:30
The bots have arrivedMarket manipulation now full on
kop202
18/9/2018
13:23
The average length of a case is around 2 years. If you start to process them yourselves instead of selling leads to them your receivables will balloon. Once the pipe is full though it should get back into equilibrium as cases settle at the rate they are being fed into the ABS.
loglorry1
18/9/2018
13:21
The receivables total is greater than the 6 months revenue.
rcturner2
18/9/2018
13:19
A receivable is an invoice that has not been paid. It is not a question of them "putting up money" it means they have billed the client and not been paid.
rcturner2
18/9/2018
12:20
A massive increase in receivables was the plan. How do you fund small claims without putting up money? It could pay off handsomely, though. A £12m rise in total liabilities over the last 12 months has been more than balanced by a £16m rise in receivables. That sounds like good business. (Do we expect bad debt from mostly small insurance payouts? I would not expect much. Not complying with courts is not good for business.) Interestingly, adjusted operating cashflow only fell from £6.5m to £6.4m despite funding the setting up of 2 ABSs. Presumably that could increase significantly when they start paying out properly. With operating cashflow still on track for £14m in a depressed year, the market cap of £54m looks very cheap. Similarly goes for an 8% dividend. I grant there is still significant execution risk but there looks less now than a year ago after these results and comments about how ABS1 is doing. I would not preclude more trouble with ongoing legislation but they can't change too much and throw courts into turmoil. "For 2018, the board's expectation on earnings remains unchanged"
aleman
18/9/2018
12:09
"Rather than presuming, why don't you read the available documents and find out for sure? " Quite. ADVFN trolls is one reason I tend to keep away from this web site.
keith95
18/9/2018
12:05
Rather than presuming, why don't you read the available documents and find out for sure? No, they do not invoice monthly. For current JV ABS, profits are recognised at admission of liability and then cash follows 3-6 months later. Also worth remembering that these are not normal receivables. The debtors are not individuals or small businesses, they are generally massive insurance companies and the payments are mandated by a court order so defaulting on them is a bigger deal than not paying an invoice.
massimoj
18/9/2018
12:04
"Under ABS they would either invoice monthly or on completion I presume." ... why not go verify rather than assume. NAH are not in the business of invoicing via ebay for a pair of used trainers .... .. courts give people reasonable but set times to settle. :)
keith95
18/9/2018
11:30
Under ABS they would either invoice monthly or on completion I presume. In either case receivables still seems like a large number on which they would need to keep a close eye. Also with ABS they would be more exposed to bad debt of which there was notably no mention.
joan of arc
18/9/2018
11:11
The wholly owned ABS looks good, results in line ....... projected earnings in line .... dividend as promised. Some idiot talking about receivables .... hardly a surprise given the move to the ABS relationship .... and different mix of cases - more than happy with results. That said - NHS usually falls on results ... the £3,000 sales at around 120 late yesterday afternoon were mine .... looking forward to buying them back ... in £3,000 lots but with more shares. GLA. ;)
keith95
18/9/2018
10:35
The loss of a major panel provider can only be expected under the new model and I wouldn't view as a negative. NAH will want to keep the most profitable cases in-house so I can understand why a third party legal firm would lose interest.
riverman77
18/9/2018
09:52
I don't disagree loglorry1, it just depends on how long it takes to get there and what bumps they hit on the way.
wjccghcc
18/9/2018
09:16
While true WJCCGHCC I think this is all part of the turn around plan. It is worth baring in mind just how enormous future cash flows will be if/when they execute their plan. See this for more info https://www.brrmedia.co.uk/broadcasts/5b9fe070d977613988d2f5ab/nahl-group-interim-results-2018
loglorry1
18/9/2018
09:12
Massive increase in receivables has got to be a worry.
rcturner2
18/9/2018
09:10
finncap have downgraded forecasts for 2019 and 2020 by 11% because of the major panel provider exiting the panel.
wjccghcc
14/9/2018
16:28
slowly edging up again ...
mister md
12/9/2018
11:03
We may hover around the 80sma so gain some strength. Once that's passed onto 140: free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
professor x
12/9/2018
10:59
KoP202, your point is?
professor x
12/9/2018
06:09
Prof...I can see why your a Professor.... such insight. ...Amazing
kop202
Chat Pages: 45  44  43  42  41  40  39  38  37  36  35  34  Older
Your Recent History
LSE
GKP
Gulf Keyst..
LSE
QPP
Quindell
FTSE
UKX
FTSE 100
LSE
IOF
Iofina
FX
GBPUSD
UK Sterlin..
Stocks you've viewed will appear in this box, letting you easily return to quotes you've seen previously.

Register now to create your own custom streaming stock watchlist.

By accessing the services available at ADVFN you are agreeing to be bound by ADVFN's Terms & Conditions

P:40 V: D:20181018 11:02:24