Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Photo-me International Plc LSE:PHTM London Ordinary Share GB0008481250 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 90.50p 91.40p 93.60p - - - 21,507 08:42:05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 228.1 42.6 8.3 10.9 342

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01/6/2018
08:43
crazy mark down on the Japanese problem. Have been in and out of these for years and done very well. Am buying at this price mainly because of the laundry business growth which is taking off.
bigwig
31/5/2018
18:09
Can anyone see what the profit is from the laundry side of the business? I can't imagine the profit margins from these can be massive?
jimmywilson612
31/5/2018
13:06
Some big trades going through today, looking forward to further rns’s GL A break through 110p, should open up 115p+ in the short term.
ny boy
31/5/2018
12:07
Shareholder Name (Director*) % Voting Rights Amount Serge Crasnianski* 22.41 84,610,701 Schroders PLC 12.51 47,238,747 Dan David Foundation 12.00 45,293,404 FIL Ltd 9.91 37,427,986 Sure he can fit in a few more 😀 Unattended laundry business is cranking up, a division to watch for further progress, reasons to be cheerful buying down at these ludicrous levels imho Encouragingly, Photo-Me continues to deploy the stable cash flow from its photobooth operations to develop complementary products to power growth. Its higher margin laundry business, a key growth driver, continues to perform well, revenues shooting 50% higher to £32.3m last year.
ny boy
31/5/2018
11:15
I’m not sure Serge will be adding have u seen his holding already
john09
31/5/2018
11:14
Smart money s buying here, let’s see if Serge has added, sitting duck for takeover interest.
ny boy
31/5/2018
10:47
hTtp://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/markets/article-5787989/MARKET-REPORT-not-pretty-picture-Photo-shares-dive-26-6.html
knowing
31/5/2018
10:47
hTtp://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/markets/article-5787989/MARKET-REPORT-not-pretty-picture-Photo-shares-dive-26-6.html
knowing
31/5/2018
10:13
SCVR report concludes with: "My opinion - I'm sure some readers know the company better than I do, so are better placed to judge it. My main concern with this company is how much longer photo booths are likely to survive? It seems to me virtually inevitable that selfies on smart phones, with a direct download to the relevant authority, would sooner or later make photo booths redundant. PHTM is trying to expand into other areas (e.g. laundry machines). For me though, if the core photo booth business is probably in structural decline, then I wouldn't want to invest unless the share price was crazily cheap - so a PER of 5 or less. It's not for me. This could be a value trap in the long term, I suspect." Https://www.stockopedia.com/content/small-cap-value-report-wed-30-may-2018-phtm-omg-pres-368099/
aishah
31/5/2018
09:54
Far too tempting imho at these levels, will be interesting to see the large trades at the end of the day.😉
ny boy
31/5/2018
09:43
Buying zone for me, Downside risk another 5/10% 110p low 10.10.2014 105.5 low. 04.10.2013 100p. Low. 17.09.2013 Strong support 95-98p Aug 2013 Takeover a strong possibility imho Dyor as usual
ny boy
31/5/2018
09:26
Large net net cash reduction over the last 2 years. The dividend comment looks vague imv.
essentialinvestor
31/5/2018
08:53
That'll do for starters.
keyno
31/5/2018
08:51
Kepler have restarted coverage this morning with a buy recommendation and a target of 153p.
stopstopgo
30/5/2018
23:45
Once a share gives a profit warning and drops heavily, get out of it. Don't start justifying your original investment or your recent top up in your head. Don't hold on and watch your capital erode further still. Akin to what Eastbourne correctly points out, if you bought just before this trading update, your share now has to rise 46 per cent to give you a 20 per cent profit. Get out and research for something else that doesn't carry the same negative sentiment. You can always jump back in when or if a strong uptrend starts again. I'm not de-ramping or hoping to short this particular share. Just stating the best way to maintain your capital.
starpukka
30/5/2018
20:34
NY Boy, daily movements like today make a massive difference, it's delusional to think otherwise, the share price now needs to rise circa 50% just to be where it was a few weeks ago. I'm tempted to buy some however short term these may be taken under £1.
eastbourne1982
30/5/2018
19:14
Mister D, many of us are holding for years, so it’s unimportant to look on a daily basis, certainly for me and I suspect quite a few others, a great long term buying opportunity.
ny boy
30/5/2018
18:31
Well done silverfern the markets don’t seem to look any deeper than the surface, good buying opportunity, I have been waiting for great stuff, this is a solid company and it will bounce back with a vengeance
tryone2
30/5/2018
18:30
Well done silverfern the markets don’t seem to look any deeper than the surface, good buying opportunity, I have been waiting for great stuff, this is a solid company and it will bounce back with a vengeance
tryone2
30/5/2018
18:29
57% of this company is owned by just 4 individuals/institutions. A fall of this magnitude is likely to prompt some movement in the status quo. IWG is a good example of what happens when a decent company gets too heavily hammered by the market. There are no less than four bidders after them now after an initial approach failed to come to anything. Will history repeat itself here?
ygor705
30/5/2018
17:54
Only 7% of profits in H1 were from Asia/Japan (!) £2.5M out of £33M Suggests a massive over-reaction At H1 Cash/cash equivalents £63M; total liabilities only £78M Very solid balance sheet
justiceforthemany
30/5/2018
17:40
Given no growth in profits is expected these aren't a screaming bargain, a P E ratio of 10 would tempt me.
eastbourne1982
30/5/2018
16:45
It is and just about covered by earnings. I suppose they have net cash at hand of £26M also so can afford this for now. I make P/E around 12.5
justiceforthemany
30/5/2018
16:27
Is that a 7.5% yield at these prices?
john09
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