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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Paypoint Plc LSE:PAY London Ordinary Share GB00B02QND93 ORD 1/3P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -10.00 -1.67% 589.00 584.00 589.00 618.00 584.00 601.00 483,315 16:29:30
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 211.6 54.7 65.2 9.0 403

Paypoint Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
26/4/2019
10:26
No idea but it is still cheap I’d say I sold out at 998 held them a while just didn’t want to see a biggish drop again. Could be start of something bigger you never know,good luck to those still in.my average was 854
linton5
26/4/2019
10:19
what is going on here?
guman
18/4/2019
16:39
It's hard to spot irony, isn't it? I've added a smiley to help you!
jonwig
18/4/2019
16:20
Get a life mate what’s wrong with a bit porn it’s been with us since time began,it has to accessed by those who enjoy a bit of erotica. As long as children are not involved if so castrate the scumbags aye say
linton5
18/4/2019
15:50
Just in case it affects anyone here ... https://www.joe.co.uk/news/porn-block-start-date-id-check-228209 If you want to view porn online, you'll need an access code. You'll be able to buy one at a Paypoint terminal in high street shops for £4.99. Disgraceful exploitation of the vulnerable! 😉
jonwig
13/4/2019
08:31
Not often we get a press mention, but ... My next pick, PayPoint, is a little-known dividend stock that I reckon’s a great buy today. Why am I so bullish? Its retail technologies -- which allow shop owners to carry out a variety of tasks from logging parcels and taking bill payments from customers, to accepting card payments and conducting EPoS functions -- are being adopted by retailers at an astounding pace. And to illustrate this fact, PayPoint in January upped its rollout target for its PayPoint One terminals during the year ending March 2019 to 12,700 sites from 12,000 previously. It’s not a mystery as to why City analysts expect the small cap to report a 5% profits uplift in the current fiscal period, then, and that it will also raise the full-year dividend to 84.4p per share from the anticipated 84p for last year, resulting in a chubby 9.5% yield. A final reason to buy? PayPoint’s rock-bottom price, as shown by its prospective P/E multiple of 13.3 times. https://www.forbes.com/sites/roystonwild/2019/04/09/these-secret-low-priced-dividend-stocks-yield-around-10-should-you-buy-or-avoid-them-today/#2391c681e6e4
jonwig
11/4/2019
10:18
The weak are disappearing remember a nice quarterly dividend now,what more can you ask for
linton5
10/4/2019
16:26
A lot of transferring of stock here
linton5
10/4/2019
14:49
Big purchase at 891 must be a buy as wont let you sell 1k at that lol mms are 🐍
linton5
04/4/2019
09:45
Summary of a recent conversation with a broker: Strong business model. Over time, we see growth from PayPoint One, Collect+ and Romania as more than compensating for the inevitable decline in cash payments volume. In addition, we are attracted to the strong medium-term dividend yield of c.9%. Risks - Competitive pressures or product substitution lowering demand for PayPoint’s services. As the company migrates into areas where there is more competition (i.e. away from its cash network towards online) there is the risk of lower margins. A lack of interest in using the Collect+ network from other parcel operators.
jonwig
04/4/2019
09:29
Elp I've been thinking about getting some pay for my sipp. They seem to be consistently delivering.
cryptotrade
03/4/2019
07:02
These are the consensus forecasts on Sharecast: Yr end T/O(£m) PBT(£m) EPS(p) P/E Div 2019-03-31 119.49 53.94 63.53p 13.5 83.96p 2020-03-31 124.81 56.29 66.69p 12.8 84.43p Five brokers cover, 4xSB, 1xSS (!) According to Stockopedia, consenus broker TP is 1080p. The Q3 update was positive, and it doesn't look the kind of business which might throw up surprises.
jonwig
31/3/2019
15:49
Aye there taking some of Woodfords who’s cutting down on his big holding
linton5
30/3/2019
13:28
Don't know if anyone noticed but Liontrust increased their holding.
kmreid
30/3/2019
11:04
do you have a hangover by chance solonic you do seem rather grumpy
elpirata
30/3/2019
11:01
I don't see anything relevant to "pay" in your posts here so far! Stop being self-righteous if you are able.....
solonic
30/3/2019
10:56
it depends if you take anything written on the boards as trying to give investment advice - I dont. But there is a case for skewering irrelevant thread trolls?
elpirata
30/3/2019
10:52
Well, so am I. But I need a clean thread outside the malevolent purview of a very sleazy character who changes thread headings and relevance criteria for his own benefit. I'm not trying to stop you, elpirata, but you too seem to be setting yourself up as a kind of thread censor. Carry on, of course.
solonic
30/3/2019
10:46
err Im invested in pay and this is a pay forum you're posting on
elpirata
30/3/2019
10:45
What's it got to do with you?
solonic
30/3/2019
10:41
anything to say about paypoint then solonic?
elpirata
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