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 11.50 11.50 11.50 2,075 08:00:00
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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07/12/2017
11:57
Don't be grumpy microscope. I've simply stated some facts. The NAV here is pretty meaningless IMO. Better to focus on the TNAV and prospects for profits going forward...
eezymunny
06/12/2017
15:56
lol you 'two' do seem to infest the same threads. :) #justSaying
microscope
06/12/2017
15:49
strip that out and all there is left is a desk with three biros on it and an old ashtray........... You can earn goodwill though from the Mrs for good behaviour
meijiman
06/12/2017
15:39
Check your TNAV's and your NAV's microscope. Most of the NAV is goodwill, which they don't sell in Tesco...
eezymunny
06/12/2017
15:27
Bit wide of the mark there, eezy. From yesterday' interims. '...* Pro-forma net asset value (unaudited) per share of 38.7p compared to a current share price (mid) of 11p.' £350k would do nicely thank you for the property. (market cap at 11p £1.65 million) Plenty loss making companies with market caps of 50-100 million+. Versarien maybe on your logic should be sold off? lol
microscope
06/12/2017
09:16
Suspect tangible book is c. £2m here or 13+p/sh. As someone said I reckon they'd do everybody a favour if they decided simply to sell up and wind up. It's really not generating enough profit to justify the listing costs etc. IMO.
eezymunny
05/12/2017
15:50
New here not a holder. Saw it was flagged on another site. Interesting comments today. Imho no more goodwill to writedown if you believe last AR (p33) where it says Adamson was already discounted to nil value. Div = 5%.
cheapskatejames
05/12/2017
15:02
Cheers, i should have added that I agree with you, even with another £1 million in writedowns, nav would still be well above share price valuation. Can't see a year end divvy, but not impossible. Incidentally just wondering if they own the plant being closed, or rent it, makes a difference.
microscope
05/12/2017
13:46
Good summary -some of your thoughts also crossed my mind. Paying a dividend suggests real cash and not running out of it... a bit of a wait then.
meijiman
05/12/2017
13:39
It is meijiman and they are good results, especially given the situation at Adamson's. Dividend is significant too in context of share price. Anyone buying on a 12-18 month+ basis will be making a good investment imho Unfortunately that is of course not the whole story. After some careful reading, As well as closing 50% of that business, there will be redundancy costs and last year's writedown was around half a million (to zero). Money will eventually be raised through the sell of the premises but be surprising if that happens this half. Deeply frustrating, as everything else is delivering the goods. not sure why the cashflow is disappointing but they wouldn't pay a dividend if it was an issue. i continue to watch closely. I am prepared to consider investing on a long term view, but the price will have to be right!
microscope
05/12/2017
09:07
Suppose it could trade below NAV for ever! Still its a massive discount.......
meijiman
05/12/2017
07:32
Excellent results today. I still think that breaking this up and selling off the businesses would deliver far more value to shareholders than continuing to trade. Arthur
arthur_lame_stocks
04/12/2017
16:48
Yeah wouldn't disagree. Don't think Adamson's has closed, though it was running at a loss (mainly because they import stock, and low pound has hammered them). Suggestion at the last report was that losses were slowing. However the knock on of losses is that intangible assets took a pasting. I suspect they will do again I think what will be most relevant will be once you strip out the writedowns, whether the overall company (PHSC) is trading profitably, with all the sum of the parts. Suspect they might be, and net assets should still be more than double market cap, even with the writedowns. Some of the other subsidiaries are actually doing very nicely thank you - as of last report - but the good news got kind of buried by the concerns over Adamsons. Cash position will be the other thing i look out for. That's why I'm interested to see what they have to say this time. As said before, not holding, but with the market cap below £2million, I can't see too much downside from here, If they were to delist (unlikely imho) shareholders would probably not be taken out much below this price. All imho of course :) Yes and i looked at VRS recently! D'oh, one day Rodders.....
microscope
04/12/2017
12:13
I don't think some of their acquisitions have been all that great -though they do put tight criteria on how much to pay. Am I right in thinking that asbestos related has gone down and their is a hiatus before new earnings are up and running/? Could have invested PHSC money in VRS!!!
meijiman
04/12/2017
04:27
This company needs to be broken up and sold off. It's too small to be listed and is just providing a lifestyle for the Directors. Selling off the individual businesses could realise quite a lot of value imo. Arthur
arthur_lame_stocks
03/12/2017
20:05
All true! There was a trading update about this time last year, would expect similar in the next week or so.
microscope
22/11/2017
15:54
PHSC Bid:9p Offer:12p I know the reality is a lot closer spread, but how do the mms hope to drum up business with that sort of nonsense!
microscope
21/11/2017
14:23
Trading update was early December last year. The concerns would be the weak pound which impacts Adamson's, and goodwill impairment. However I would anticipate improvement in other areas of the business. Not holding but interested.
microscope
02/11/2017
18:11
Yes it's been a good journey the last few years, but agree, it can't be too far off a top. I remember Loq indeed, we all have that might have been share, though I'm sure it still did you very handsomely. JCR was mine, sold after a fraud case surfaced, under 20p, still for a decent profit but. my 250,000 shares would have looked good at 130 a couple of years later! Still i made more out of GSC where the money partly went, than I would have otherwise. Swings and roundabouts. Good luck with your portfolio and I'm sure our paths will cross as I see your handle pop up on this site on a fairly regular basis
microscope
02/11/2017
16:35
Good to hear from you. Yes the various portfolios are smashing all time highs year after year which is nice. At some point the market will go into reverse but I shall ride it as long as I can. I only keep an eye on this one as I held it on OFEX. It should have stayed there to be honest! As for Unquoted I have to thanks Luke Heron for persuading me into buying 200k LOQ under 5p. I only have myself to blame thereafter for selling way too soon. An extra 5 mil would look quite nice in the ISA.
the big fella
02/11/2017
16:28
Hello Big Bri, the very same... :) Great to see you too. Hope you are raking it in with your investments :) I must be getting very sentimental, bought into Ashley House on the government policy change the other day, which will have massive implications for them! Totally get why you wouldn't touch this, and I don't have a holding, but am slightly tempted as I think the next twelve months will be better for them, and the numbers aren't nearly as bad as the headline figure, infact they made about 350k the previous year if you strip out goodwill impairment.
microscope
02/11/2017
16:18
Micro - are you the Micro of old, Jim that used to post under Scotland on Unquoted? If so great to see you are still about. As for this company it is not one for me.
the big fella
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