Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Phsc Plc LSE:PHSC London Ordinary Share GB0033113456 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 11.50 11.00 12.00 12.00 11.50 11.50 80,000 12:03:35
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 5.2 0.0 0.0 - 2

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05/12/2013
10:24
final month t/o..£862,000 & ebitda....126,000... multiply both numbers by twelve (not that you necessarily should!)... makes the company seem ridulously cheap when considering the freehold and lack of debt, and its very prudent management who have a lot of skin in the game... and who will probably be considering a well earned comfortable retirement soonish * Group turnover up 79% at GBP3.942m compared with GBP2.198m * EBITDA up 264% to GBP359k versus GBP136k * Basic earnings per share up 233% at 2.30p compared with 0.69p * Net asset value (unaudited) of GBP5.712m
capt bligh
05/12/2013
08:28
Er subtract 5 months from 6
capt bligh
05/12/2013
08:21
Yes an excellent set of results and should see us move higher over the coming weeks and months.
battlebus2
05/12/2013
08:17
A good set of results. Capt bligh, where is this mentioned????
chrisis33
05/12/2013
08:09
,!!!! The ebitda in the last month.... Extraordinary...
capt bligh
05/12/2013
08:07
,!!!! The ebitda in the last month.... Extraordinary...
capt bligh
04/12/2013
11:27
The bull case: 5 month sales up year on year 74% to 3080000 5 month ebita up 360% 233,000 Interims due any moment. Divi 4.6 percent Market cap with new shares 4 mill Freehold property c 849,000 (2010 value) NO Debt New business bought recently ( instore anti theft stuff) storming along creating most of the growth.
capt bligh
02/12/2013
12:45
Interims soon and they are going to be very GOOD
capt bligh
15/11/2013
08:34
Good start to the day and back to the pre placing level. Edit, Exactly!! welcome on board chrisis33!!
battlebus2
15/11/2013
08:34
Picked up a few here. Low cap, cash generative ... my kind of share.
chrisis33
13/11/2013
16:11
Some buyers today, results the end of the month.
battlebus2
25/10/2013
10:13
Good to see a tick up again. Beaufort has a target price of 45p from the 1st of October.
battlebus2
16/10/2013
12:53
Looks a bargain as you can buy for 29p which is just above the price the major investors paid for the recent rights issue.
battlebus2
02/10/2013
15:40
Nice 39300 buy.
battlebus2
28/9/2013
03:14
Wouldn't have minded them raising money at such a discount if the shareholders were allowed to take part!!
eburne1960
27/9/2013
09:57
Skyracer they didn't overpay for the acquisitions and knew at the AGM statement that more cash was needed, Working capital and final payment should be one off imv. Unaudited consolidated Group sales (and other income) for the period 1 April to 31 July 2013 were GBP2,351,965 (GBP1,345,000 for the same period last year) with EBITDA of GBP177,000 (2012: GBP48,000). It is worth noting that July invoicing across the group was the largest month for some time, at GBP760,000 including VAT. Cash at bank as at 31 July 2013, after an anniversary payment of GBP121,000 was made in relation to the acquisition of QCS International Limited ("QCS"), stood at GBP146,000. Stock levels at our newest subsidiary B to B Links Limited ("B2B") rose from GBP148,000 at the end of the financial year to GBP245,000, as the company geared up for new CCTV installation works in August and September. Work in progress (WIP) at Adamson's Laboratory Services Limited stood at GBP300,000, a rise of GBP123,000 since the end of the financial year. The combined value of additional stock and WIP at those subsidiaries is GBP220,000. A further GBP320,000 is to be paid on the first anniversary of the B2B acquisition during September 2013 and the Group's bankers have in principle agreed to provide financing assistance.
battlebus2
27/9/2013
09:42
I was a little interested in this at first sight, but on deeper investigation .... They are struggling. They may well make their revenue target (£6.5m+) but are already pushed to just match last years EBITDA(£603k), never mind this year's target (£700k+). Currently only £233k for 5 months. Dep and Amor will have risen due to the acquisitions so pretax may be lower than expected. Then of course eps will be diluted. I suspect they have overpaid for the acquisitions. Today's placing looks like an emergency action and may not be the last. What happened to the cashflow forecasts? Why did they pay a dividend then suddenly seem forced to make a placement? Is the bank getting nervous? As the saying goes : Turnover is vanity, profit is sanity, but cashflow is reality. Its the cashflow burden and potential further dilution that makes PHSC high risk. AVOID
skyracer
27/9/2013
09:34
Trouble is the share price would more than likely trade below todays level if the dividends were stopped, this has become a high yield share for the past couple of years and to stop them now would see a lot of P.I's. moving elsewhere. imv dyor etc..though i do see where your coming from.
battlebus2
27/9/2013
09:09
BB, To be clear, I don't want the dividends if they're then going to run off & dilute us. If they need the money badly enough to raise it at 25p per share (before costs!), then don't pay out the dividends. Wait until the business can support them.
evaluate
27/9/2013
08:51
I agree captain we should bounce from here.
battlebus2
27/9/2013
08:37
Disagree... shock horror company using capital markets to raise capital. Founders owned too much of this company Turnover is increasing rapidly bound to put pressure on cashflow, remember recent puchase was funded from cash Would expect a bounce from here as its a perfect ISA stock, lots of potential growth to come and a decent divi.
capt bligh
27/9/2013
08:34
What do you mean don't pay us dividends?? We just got one for 1.5p!! Admittedly the discount is more than i would have wanted, 28p seemed reasonable.
battlebus2
27/9/2013
06:35
£520k raised to provide working capital, at 25p no wonder it was oversubscribed. Northland capital have warrants for 100k at 45p. On the face of it probably a better deal than the banks and symptom of growth which should flow through to shareholders eventually. PHSC plc ("the Group"), a leading provider of health, safety, hygiene and environmental consultancy services and security solutions to the public and private sectors, is pleased to announce that the Company has conditionally raised GBP520,000 before expenses through a placing of 2,080,000 new Ordinary Shares of 10p each (the "Placing Shares") at a price of 25p per Placing Share (the "Placing"). The Placing was oversubscribed, primarily taken up by institutional investors, and included Director participation. The Placing Shares represent approximately 16 per cent. of the enlarged issued share capital. Trading update Management accounts for the first five months of the Company's financial year (unaudited), covering the period to end August 2013, show sales of GBP3,088,000 and EBITDA of GBP233,300. The comparative period for last year showed sales of GBP 1,766,000 and EBITDA of GBP50,700. Use of proceeds The net proceeds of the Placing are expected to amount to GBP482,000 and will be used as additional working capital to fund the continued growth of the Group. With this new funding in place we are confident that we can overcome the cash flow constraints that have been impacting the business. On behalf of the board I thank our investors for the confidence they have shown in us, and look forward to justifying their support through performance."
battlebus2
09/9/2013
10:19
Loverly new highs :)) looks like a buy to be reported later.
battlebus2
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