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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
27/11/2019
15:59
Half year results tomorrow, anything half decent & the share price should break £10 IMO
mercer95
26/11/2019
19:19
Yes but it will start to bite as retailers switch to Payzone taking other business.
suncanaria
26/11/2019
16:27
Old news - announced in June.
trident5
26/11/2019
16:07
Looks like Paypoint have lost British Gas https://www.moneysavingexpert.com/news/2019/11/paypoint-top-up-for-british-gas-prepayment-customers-set-to-end-/
suncanaria
21/11/2019
08:48
I bought in recently, I went from paying cash for the majority of my spending to never using it & I didn’t even realise, chip & pin is becoming second nature now for a lot of people, even the older generation can see the benefits, no pin numbers to remember & no cash to carry, Paypoint are one of the leading players in a growth industry so I’ll hold these for a while, just my opinion GLA
mercer95
06/11/2019
16:31
Well some institution clearing the decks hopefully that’s it but if not I’ll buy more
linton5
05/11/2019
10:27
Woodford stock possibly who knows cracking div down here
linton5
05/11/2019
10:10
More sellers than buyers, most likely.
trident5
05/11/2019
09:49
If 850 hit I will jump in Wonder what has brought about this weakness?
gswredland
05/11/2019
09:35
Thanks guys
linton5
05/11/2019
08:12
Still canna buy under 9 come on guys a wee bit more
linton5
04/11/2019
16:20
GabsterX, decided to join you with a little nibble myself.
woodhawk
04/11/2019
15:02
Definitely but I’m wanting an 8 on front as I’m greedy gabster
linton5
04/11/2019
14:52
Just added 220 shares today at 906p, way undervalued at these levels IMO
gabsterx
04/11/2019
14:32
Come on down keep coming baby
linton5
23/10/2019
11:39
Regarding the Woodford shares, look at the RNS of Oct 18th which shows that Link now own over 6% of the shares. I believe these are all or part of the Woodford holdings. If Link is winding down the Woodford Income fund, these shares may be still overhanging the market. I am a holder and don't want to be negative but Woodford is still an issue.
sturmey
23/10/2019
08:44
Interesting analysis on Paypoint, exactly a year old but most the data is still relevant. hTTps://knowledge.sharescope.co.uk/2018/10/23/screening-for-my-next-long-term-winner-paypoint/ It shows that Woodford was the major shareholder with 13.7M shares, now 0.
gabsterx
22/10/2019
20:44
He's no longer in a position to do so.
trident5
22/10/2019
20:24
Wonder if Woodford has off loaded the lot yet?
gswredland
22/10/2019
12:22
Well, just bought in for 270 shares at today's price. Seems undervalued as DCF gives about 13.5 GBP assuming almost 0 growth, nice divi for the next 2 years as well.
gabsterx
21/10/2019
15:58
You're right coops, I was mixing up 80M with 80p per share, total dividends paid was 56M which is only slightly more than the FCF of 50M. Might start a small position in PAY this week.
gabsterx
21/10/2019
14:45
FCF is 70p + per share, divi (incl special) is forecast for 84p per share. Once surplus cash returned, they will scale back the divi - no need for debt. I really dislike companies that over leverage in order to pay a high divi - I don't think that applies here.
crazycoops
21/10/2019
05:51
They mentioned the special divi programme will continue until December 2021. So paying about 80M in dividends from a FCF of 50M would put them around 60 M in debt after 2 years unless they can significantly boost their cash from operations.
gabsterx
20/10/2019
14:06
Why will it force them to start borrowing? Once the surplus cash is returned the divi will revert to being covered by earnings/FCF. The reason for the lowly valuation is a lack of growth - whether they can find much remains to be seen and of course, there is the concern of how the move to a cashless society will affect their business. I hold for the divi but whether I stick around for the long-term depends on how the company evolves.
crazycoops
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