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PEG Petards Group Plc

7.75
0.00 (0.00%)
Last Updated: 08:00:00
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Petards Group Plc LSE:PEG London Ordinary Share GB00B4YL8F73 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 7.75 7.50 8.00 7.75 7.75 7.75 0.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Security Systems Service 10.87M 524k 0.0093 8.33 4.38M
Petards Group Plc is listed in the Security Systems Service sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PEG. The last closing price for Petards was 7.75p. Over the last year, Petards shares have traded in a share price range of 3.00p to 8.25p.

Petards currently has 56,528,229 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Petards is £4.38 million. Petards has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 8.33.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/9/2021
16:48
going well.
farrugia
23/9/2021
08:50
Bloody typical.

You buy a stock on news and by the end of the day you are down thousands.

You refuse to pay the higher price and now it's 11.425p, somebody must have bought a right chunk as it was 10.5p mid price to buy for size not long ago.

Got greedy this time I missed out

dave4545
23/9/2021
08:10
I had a quote at 10.1p accepted and then mm's pulled it the barstewards.

I'm sick of getting impaled buying stocks on good news so I refused to pay 10.85p next quote.

But what a outstanding set of results, seriously price should be up 50% on them but for some reason these stocks are so unloved but it should get there in the end.

If it drifts back I'll buy

dave4545
23/9/2021
07:39
Not a bad six months for a £5.6m m/cap company....

H1 brings £929k EBITDA and £430k PAT.

Plus PEG have £2.7m net cash against that £5.6m m/cap.

Trading is broadly in line for the year, i.e just slightly below, and order boooks are down due to Eyetrain and the UK Government's train company reorganisation, but just look at that £1.7m cash generation in H1. And every division remained profitable, with QRO and RTS looking very good indeed.

There are also strong hints that more acquisitions are in the pipeline.

There are further hints that Eyetrain should recover relatively soon. With fundamentals like the above I'm happy to hold here.

rivaldo
06/9/2021
14:48
Well everything has dried up here! for now!
chesty1
11/8/2021
15:02
Added another 45k today. Will keep accumulating if price stays around these levels.
bio_tango
21/7/2021
13:08
Thanks or posting the updated figures
tole
01/7/2021
10:26
WH Ireland have issued an update this morning.

Against PEG's £7.2m m/cap, they forecast:

this year : £14m revenues, £0.5m PBT, 0.8p EPS, £2.3m net cash
next year : £15m revenues, £0.8m PBT, 1.4p EPS, £2.9m net cash

It's not difficult to see a share price of anywhere from 20p-30p by the end of the year imo assuming the business continues to progress along with the upturn in the train sector, particularly with a cash pile representing around a third and rising of the m/cap.

rivaldo
01/7/2021
09:16
"Come on PEG hit us with something big I want my Screen losses back haha!"
Amen to that!

doug74
01/7/2021
09:01
It’s solid Rivaldo but this one needs big contracts to gain attention! Come on PEG hit us with something big I want my Screen losses back haha!
chesty1
01/7/2021
07:09
Another £0.5m contract win - and significantly this is (1) for QRO, so an unusually large win for them, (2) is for a new customer, and (3) is for overseas, which raises the prospect of further sales across the globe - as hinted at in the comment "we look forward to the possibility of working with them on future projects":
rivaldo
24/6/2021
07:36
I often think Peg should merge with Uvel

Thing Uvel products would sell well in the West with Peg's expertise.

dave4545
24/6/2021
07:32
Good to see the £0.5m contract extension win today for RTS, bringing in more recurring revenue for the next few years:



Apologies for the delayed reply doug74, I don't visit this thread too often as it's reasonably quiet and this is a long-term investment for me. Your post made me realise I'd missed Hybridan's last note from February, so I'll have a read of that later today. But that doesn't include any forecasts for 2021, and there's nothing on Hybridan's web site AFAICS - do you have a link to a recent note with the 2021 PBT forecasts in it?

rivaldo
02/6/2021
10:46
Hi EC,
Yes that's right. But Hybridan do. They assume 2021 GM% of 38% and admin expenses of £5m. If the latter proves to be true then Petards have done a more thorough restructuring than I gave them credit for in my last post. And in relation to GM%, given the change in the Rail mix toward refit and recent trend from 34.4% (H1 2020) to 38.9% (H2 2020) then with careful job budgeting, cost control and revenue recognition there may be some upside here. Hybridan estimate 2021 PBT at £340k so not a world away from WHI's estimate. Looking at share price history and its relationship with released results then if the brokers are right, and assuming even PE of 15, we could see a sustainable share price in the low teens this year. Next year though, as we see scalable growth and GM convert to the bottom line, we might see a share price of 25p plus. All this excluding the impact of any acquisitions that have been strongly hinted at recently. Rivaldo, what're your thoughts?

doug74
02/6/2021
09:45
doug74,

WHI are forecasting £14.0m revenue for 2021 and £15.0m for 2022. Rather strangely, there research does not give any more granular information on how revenue translates to profits, so it is not apparent what they are assuming for gross margin and admin expenses.

effortless cool
02/6/2021
09:09
Hi Rivaldo, another share in common.
bio_tango
28/5/2021
13:10
Nibbled a few more today. Thanks all for the comments shared.

G.

garth
28/5/2021
11:50
Interestingly the WH Ireland £500k and £800k PBT figures are not even the adjusted PBT (or EBITDA) before amortisation, share-based charges etc.

They're increased from the 2020 £1.2m loss as per their forecasts table, so they must be the net-net PBT after amortisation, finance costs etc. So the figure for adjusted PBT/EBITDA must be a lot higher!

Let's hope they're right....

rivaldo
28/5/2021
10:44
Can't see how WHI get £500k PBT in 2021.
Assuming revenue rises to £15m (+15%), GM% stays at 2020 H2's of 38.9%, admin costs stay at 2020 H2's rate but adjusted for 2020 H2's restructuring costs and financial expense stays the same then I get PBT of £30k. PBT of £500k would be an extra £1.3m of revenue at 38.9% GM meaning organic growth in 2021 would be from £13m revenue to £16.3m or 25%!

doug74
28/5/2021
10:18
Thanks Garth I only had a brief look this morning.
dave4545
28/5/2021
09:51
WH Ireland have reinstated forecasts this morn ing. They see £0.5m PBT this year, rising to £0.8m next year (with 0.8p EPS and 1.4p EPS respectively).

Net cash is expected to be £2.3m rising to £2.9m.

They conclude that PEG "should now be positioned well to build out from the current base, including potgentially through further bolt-on acquisitions".

WHI should hopefully have been "guided" to these numbers by the company.

It's easy to see substantial upside from here - assuming these numbers are delivered, and particularly if the rising cash p[ile is utilised for more acquisitions.

PEG's track record in terms of the performance of the QRO and RTC acquisitions is extremely good.

rivaldo
28/5/2021
09:19
Its the tax credits Dave. There are a couple of paragraphs on it way down. Without those it would have been a bit ugly. But as Rivaldo says - there should be more to flow into the next couple of years while developing other irons...?

G

garth
28/5/2021
09:16
How do they suddenly generate so much cash next to that turnover.

Accounts not my strong part so perhaps somebody can explain, they lose a load of money but generate all that cash...fancy accounting ??

dave4545
28/5/2021
08:30
Rivaldo,

That was my impression - albeit at possibly a reduced level. Thanks for sharing the opinion.

G.

garth
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