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
  -1.25 -3.2% 37.85 37.50 37.90 40.25 37.25 40.00 335,969 13:02:06
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 228.1 42.6 8.3 4.6 143

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/7/2019
14:26
Fabulous move up
nw99
25/7/2019
13:09
Very fishy!
targatarga
23/7/2019
22:44
targatarga - I would say so - the share price has not been over 100p for a while. Fils
fillspectre
22/7/2019
15:48
Is something beginning to happen. High volume for a Summers day.
targatarga
19/7/2019
15:46
Always a good sign. Having quite a week with this and PHD
knowing
19/7/2019
15:43
Meaty buy from the main man.
capercaillie
19/7/2019
15:11
Nice big show of confidence!
techno20
19/7/2019
11:16
Some good comments here. Its refreshing to see.
simba_
19/7/2019
11:08
I can see a situation where just 2-3k UK photo booths are in operation. Now this is a complete guess on my part, but to me may be reasonable - barring a legislative change.
essentialinvestor
18/7/2019
21:17
Good day again
nw99
18/7/2019
16:30
The decline in photo booth revenue only seems to be happening in UK. "Excluding the UK, Identification revenue grew by 0.7% and the number of units in operation increased by 0.9%" The company has recognised that UK government allowing customers to submit their own photos has impacted on custom. This does not appear to be the case in Europe. If 3D ID becomes established as a requirement then this should put PHTM in a strong position and potentially lead to further growth here. Despite the hype, the rush to taking our own photos for ID doesn't seems to be happening (yet).
snadgey
18/7/2019
16:15
I think if you take some growth from the laundry side and the declining photo booth business and combne that with possible future growth in the new food/drink machines, the shares should be at least rated on a bond like divi basis at 120p
yf23_1
18/7/2019
16:02
EI, don't think there has been a drop. Number of Revolutions increased by 18%, yet revenue gone up by 30%. Quite impressive really. In medium-long term this division could bring in some serious revenue, together with high margins (over 50%?).
snadgey
18/7/2019
15:47
Snadgey, yes from memory it was around that number. However in past reports PHTM have highlighted this prominently, just wondering why not this time, has there perhaps been a small fall in average revenue per revolution machine?.
essentialinvestor
18/7/2019
13:44
EI re: revenue per Revolution. From memory it's about 1500 euros per unit per month on average. Still happy to hold here. Cash generation is still rising and covers dividend twice. Photo ID overral seems to be holding steady despite the gradual decline in the UK. Margins also fairly steady. As mentioned, can't understand their entry into B2B laundry sector. Impact of slowdown/delayed orders seems to be having a significant effect. They may struggle to reach their stated 6000 laundry unit target at current rate of deployment. This seems to have slowed despite their opening up a second line of production. I suspect this was to save on capex last year. Hopefully this year will see them increasing deployment. All the best.
snadgey
18/7/2019
13:44
Well someone is interested at this price.
knowing
18/7/2019
13:27
I think exciting future with all the plans in he pipeline. Photo booths will end up as a minority of the business evetnually
prokartace
18/7/2019
13:20
Can anyone confirm the average annual revenue generated per revolution laundry machine?. They have flagged this up previously but I can't see it on a quick read through. Fwiw would expect a significant further reduction in their UK ID estate, as mentioned previously mobile photo apps have disrupted this market, surprised at the very small number of machines removed. B2B laundry, why on earth they entered this market is beyond me, did reference that at the time. Net cash being burnt through. Overall still an interesting company, the UK may be a multi year headwind with falling demand for ID. Might be underestimated. B2C Laundry the interesting longer term business.
essentialinvestor
18/7/2019
13:17
All good for me, nice yield, a steady plodder, morecabout post brexit before higher moves to 150p. Will check back in later in Q4 GLA all long term holders.
ny boy
18/7/2019
11:53
Finncap 150p target
knowing
18/7/2019
11:25
You're right - bout time I invested in a new calculator ! :o)
masurenguy
18/7/2019
10:31
I think it's 9.4% at 90p. Dividend is 8.44p.
wjccghcc
18/7/2019
10:14
Yield is 7.6% at the current Offer price.
masurenguy
18/7/2019
10:00
Although not a great year, operational cash flow remains strong. That said, we are still investing large amounts in updating, developing and diversifying the business. The dividend has been maintained although, as has been mentioned elsewhere, it is no longer covered by earnings. The comments on outlook look neutral to me but maintaining the dividend must say something about outlook. The laundry business is growing but it is perhaps too early to make a judgement on the new acquisition. Not expecting fireworks here but the dividend should provide a prop to the share price unless the outlook deteriorates from here.
ygor705
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