Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Pebble Beach Systems Group Plc LSE:PEB London Ordinary Share GB0001482891 ORD 2.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 12.65 0.00 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
12.30 13.00 12.65 12.65 12.65
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 10.62 1.50 1.20 10.5 17
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 12.65 GBX

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Pebble Beach Systems Daily Update: Pebble Beach Systems Group Plc is listed in the Technology Hardware & Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PEB. The last closing price for Pebble Beach Systems was 12.65p.
Pebble Beach Systems Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 12.25p and a 12 week average price of 10.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 14.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 9.25p.
There are currently 137,588,780 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 25,840 shares. The market capitalisation of Pebble Beach Systems Group Plc is £17,404,980.67.
p1nkfish: Spidey senses tingling for some reason. Either Peb move on someone or they are moved upon? They fill a gap in the offerings of some others in the market. Bulk-up or sell-up?
p1nkfish: News, 17/5/22, CNBC in mid-east. HTtps://
fillipe: Nice one today from PEB. Tp of 20p is reiterated. f
arthur_lame_stocks: Results tomorrow, what are people's predictions? I don't expect the second half to have been quite as good as the first so i'll go for eps of 1.7p a share.
p1nkfish: Some buying going through and price shifting. Wasn't expecting much until closer or after the results on 5th May. Interesting.
gleach23: Bit of a delay then from 21st April to 5th May but a positive RNS today and good to see PEB taking the opportunity to outline what progress they've made since end of 2017 in reducing the debt from £11.5m to £7.15m today. Chart on the verge of a breakout. Perhaps results will be the catalyst for a rerating.
arthur_lame_stocks: Gordon Bennett that's a vote of confidence! hTTps://
thirty fifty twenty: well a couple of months on and the price sagged with the small cap and tech market, but over the last week has been zipping up on not much volume. as before with the stock so tightly held then it doesn;t take much to move the price. with 2 heavy hitting NED's with acquisition experience on the board, i'm looking forward to them announcing some deals this year. All IMHO, DYOR + BoL PEB is in my top5 hldgs
thirty fifty twenty: i thought that was a great TU. PEB is very unusual as a listed company to be able to show sales and profit growth and genuine CASH flow over an 8 year period. i think that makes their business valuable. i feel that they are able to control their profits to a degree, i.e. they can decide how to allocate costs to a project and when to book income as % completed and thus there was no need for them to declare above expectations unless they have enough profit up their sleeve to show growth next year IMHO. yes with the new CFO i think acquisitions are on the cards, though i think Kestrel might be more interested in supporting the current strategy. although debt have reduced significantly , its logical to assume that they will need to issue equity to complete a further acquisition. however i dont think this means that the price will be weak until the details of the acquisition are announced. i think as they do a roadshow for the fund raise (assumed), it will bring more investors to the table and of course post acquisition + fund raise (assumed), the higher MV (b/c more shares in issue) will bring to more people's radar as well. so, i'm hopeful that despite their being likely more equity to be issued that when the acquisition is announced, it will be difficult to buy in volume at < 12p. All IMHO, DYOR + BoL PEB is i my top5 hldgs
norbert colon: Given the known legacy of PEB once being part of Vislink (VLK) via acquisition in Q1/2014 (the less said about John Hawkins the better…), I thought it was worth recapping on some history and taking a look at the potential valuation of the Group moving forward. Further to PEB being acquired by VLK, the Group sold off its hardware division in early 2017 culminating in Hawkins being ousted (along with the whole Head Office function) and the Group being renamed Pebble Beach in keeping with its only remaining operating subsidiary. This left PEB with GBP 12m of legacy borrowings, a huge sum for a GBP 5m mcap business (at that time) turning over GBP 10m annually and with a share price at a multi-year low. Roll forward 4 years to today and the Group has reduced borrowings by GBP 3.5m to GBP 8.5m (net debt GBP 7.7m) and is paying these borrowings down at a rate of GBP 1m annually balanced alongside necessary R&D expenditure. Whilst still high relative to profits (Net Debt/EBITDA of 2.75x), the Group has an excellent long-term relationship with their banking partner (Santander) and net debt is forecast to further fall to GBP 5.2m by FY22. Management have stated the debt is entirely manageable and whilst not ideal, I perceive (aside from the obvious impact on medium term profits) the prime frustration is its encumbrance on more quickly growing the business. With respect to potential valuation of the PEB operating business you have a niche tech business that is dominant in its market, generating enviable gross margins in excess of 70%, EBIT margins of around 20%, ROCE of 30%+, cash generative and with 40% of recurring revenues yet it’s only valued on a PE of <10. Despite its small size, I would suggest such a tech business deserves a much higher valuation in the order of 20x (min). With PBT forecast to be circa GBP 1.7m and adding back GBP 1m of financing and Plc costs, the underlying PEB business will generate GBP 2.7m of profits in FY22. Apply a PE of 20 (whilst allowing for the debt) gives a mcap of GBP 45m. At 25x this would be GBP 60m mcap. That’s 36-48p / share compared to the current 11p. Whilst such a valuation ‘forecast̵7; is too simplistic, it does give food for thought re: how much the market undervalues this business. The Group currently has a number of job adverts in the market noting “This is an exciting time for the Pebble business as we gear up to launch a number of new products and enhancements, expand into new markets and enhance our digital and online presence…̶1;. With an industry wide migration from SDI to IP infrastructure (further fuelled by the pandemic) creating a nice tail wind for PEB, I think patient investors should be rewarded.
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