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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% 13.00 12.00 14.00 13.00 13.00 13.00 20,376 08:00:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 4.4 0.0 -0.1 - 2

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25/5/2018
18:45
Seen nothing in the trades this week that helps me to understand the price drops. Anyone have any thoughts?
microscope
23/5/2018
10:53
Well over 2% of the company bought this morning according to the trade data, yet we're up only very marginally and stock available at 10.188p still. At least it proves that there's genuine pent up interest in the company at these imho utterly daft levels! I guess there will be some hefty delayed sale trades later in the day, or sometime this week anyway. They may well prompt a holding RNS too at some point, but only time will tell if thresholds crossed. Welcome aboard CJ
microscope
23/5/2018
10:50
I've picked up around 100,000 shares at prices in and around 10p. The downside is limited by asset backing and sum-of-the parts. If trading continues to improve, the upside could be large.
cjohn
22/5/2018
20:23
Welcome aboard Dd. Well it did pop yesterday on very small volume, so I wasn't far off on Friday... But then this strange flurry of trading today. I hope the seller(s) just took advantage of the recent spike to get out, and it was as simple as that; but cheeky from the mms considering by the end of trading (reported volumes about equal buy/sells) the shares were still well down (hopefully no more waiting in the ether). Anyway it was good to see people snapping them up. I thought about it, but the cynic in me just got the upper hand. We know a trading update is likely to be soon, and I'm rather hoping it's not early tomorrow! :) However at 10p while we know the Adamson's part will be rough, barring any other serious gremlins, then in my view 10p is a cracking bargain! I'm guessing an H2 loss and around break even for the year, (ignoring depreciation etc); but it will depend on other divisions such as the gem that is QCS, doing well. It is as I say only a guess, and intended to be a conservative one... ....Once Adamson's is out of the way, hopefully in the next results, then I believe the shares have a very positive future
microscope
22/5/2018
15:24
Back in after 4 years
dd776
18/5/2018
13:37
Put in a dummy trade for buying just 5,000 shares... 'No firm market quote available'.... ....Could be about to pop! EDIT: And minutes later, I get a quote at 'touch'. 14p
microscope
17/5/2018
13:16
Not me, but good to see some movement
spursspurs
16/5/2018
16:58
Single trade, a late in the day buy reported on of 50k at full price. Any of you? ....The trading update was in this week last year, (though has been June sometimes in the past).
microscope
03/5/2018
08:56
I agree meijiman the spread is 'killing the goose', not to mention taking the pee.... (In reality nearer 2p but still your point is more than correct!) However I think you have to decide what you think is fair value, and where we might be in, say, 1-2 years time in terms of the company. Adamson's will be behind them and hopefully the rest, particularly the QCS division, purring along rather nicely. My idea of fair value, on these two measures, is well above 20p, (a market cap of under 4 million even at 25p remember, with a chance of a dividend at next interims) and therefore I still think that at this price the shares are well worth buying, despite as you rightly point out, the crass spread. Although I am loaded up fairly fully, I'm like battlebus, silently watching/waiting.... Suspect there could be a 'fastest finger first' were the share price to drop much from here!
microscope
02/5/2018
12:49
9-12p..who would buy/sell on that basis?
meijiman
23/4/2018
10:46
Does anyone know if they ever attend investor shows?
michaelx105
18/4/2018
18:11
Silently waiting/watching 👍
battlebus2
18/4/2018
17:57
Thanks chaps -very helpful posts.
meijiman
18/4/2018
14:51
Thanks Microscope for the detail etc. The long and short of it is that the shares should be more like 20p in a year's time (maybe!!!) when Adamson's problems are behind us, QCS is going well and the yield is rising. Then again .... :-) Fingers crossed.
value hound
18/4/2018
14:41
Good to know others are following - gets lonely round here! :) Meiji I summarized in the header the situation with Adamson's, as reported by the company. It is in effect the elephant in the room and the reason for the low valuation. However now carried at zero, i believe, and the finals will incorporate the final losses from the division, and leave them with a clear path ahead for the other subsidiaries. (see above for the details on Adamsons). One of the two plants will be sold. As I also mentioned in the header, the QCS subsidiary looks to be worth several times the company's entire market cap imho. If people have a medium term outlook here, i think they will be amply rewarded. You're right VH, the trading update was in May last year. I checked the last three years the other day, twice in lateish May, once in June. I would expect similar, though they might delay it until the Adamson's rationalisation is complete, which it should be in time for results.
microscope
18/4/2018
14:21
Finals will be early August but they'll probably update on trading in late May (this was the case last year). They tend to be a bit patchy and have warned, somewhat, now and again. But it's still materially undervalued IMO. They're way too small to be listed obviously - but the historic yield is 10%, so worth holding for that alone if they get back there. If it was sold too cheaply - it would still be over 20p IMO.
value hound
18/4/2018
13:54
This looks to be an interesting company but there is little news. When is the next set of figures due. If Adamson's gets sold will improve the bottom line?
meijiman
02/3/2018
18:27
We recently changed adviser to Strand Hanson. Not sure if they can act as brokers too
microscope
02/3/2018
12:12
We’re on the lookout for a new broker hTTps://www.investegate.co.uk/phsc-plc--phsc-/prn/statement-re-broker/20180302120208PE7D6/
battlebus2
23/2/2018
22:33
Understand fully where you're coming from. However the market cap in that it doesn't remotely reflect reality isn't completely the BOD's fault. They do have the Adamson's situation to finalize, which is very close to closure now, and we'll then see (in my view) a market cap that justifies the listing. It's not an overnighter and certainly not a trading stock, but I wouldn't hold/accumulate if I didn't believe that in the next 12-18 months this really will be properly rerated. I'd be amazed if nobody is looking at QCS, and were someone to make an offer, it would in my view be far in excess of the company's entire current market cap. I think the QCS subsidiary (see info in header if you are new to the company) is a little gem, a sitting duck for someone!. An offer of £5 million, given their current numbers, and outstanding projections for that division, would look mean to me, yet this entire company's market cap is less than £2 million.
microscope
23/2/2018
20:55
I have a few shares here because I think it's dirt cheap on a sum of the parts basis. I also think it's too small to be listed and ought to be sold off and the cash returned to shareholders. Unfortunately the BOD appear to have enough of a stake to stop any shareholder activism in its tracks which has put me off buying more.
arthur_lame_stocks
23/2/2018
13:38
One good thing about a company this size, which rarely gets mentioned on these boards, is that it gives some PIs the chance to build a 'meaningful' stake. For example 0.5% of the company at 12.5p would cost under £7,500. Fully respect that we all have our personal investment amounts and that for many that would be too much. Even 0.1% though would 'only' cost £1500 - or 1% £15,000. Obviously 3% is the declarable threshold and the voting rights are still rarely likely to be decisive, but a sense of being 'part of the action' I think can be an enjoyable part of the whole buzz of investing.
microscope
19/2/2018
21:26
👍 microscopes
battlebus2
19/2/2018
19:36
Well I was bidding for a few at 11.4p FWIW but no dice.
value hound
19/2/2018
18:52
Nice to see some flickers of life today. Perhaps most interesting was the additional late tick up with (so far) no sign of a trade around that time.
microscope
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