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% 9.00 8.00 10.00 9.00 9.00 9.00 4,585 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 5.2 0.0 0.0 - 1

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
26/11/2019
00:17
Net asset value As at 31 March 2019, the Group's consolidated net assets stood at GBP5.14m. There were 14,677,257 ordinary shares in issue at that date which equates to a net asset value per share of 35p. We note that the company's ordinary shares continue to trade at a discount to the net asset value, which we believe to be a response to the high value of goodwill on the balance sheet. The board reviews the carrying value of goodwill each year to ensure that the book value is fairly stated and is within a range commensurate with good accounting practice. As has been noted above, we resolved to reduce the carrying value of our retail-dependent security businesses by GBP200,000, something that we also did in the previous year, and this represents a reduction of approximately 4% in the consolidated net assets of the Group. The board is satisfied that all other goodwill valuations can presently be justified.
galaxy enforcer
26/11/2019
00:14
We specialise in a diverse range of business sectors, and our integrated approach has enabled us to share and transfer success from one business sector into another. This often provides our customers with innovative solutions by addressing their challenges from a different view point. Https://www.phsc.plc.uk/ Company pays a dividend currently yielding over 9%
galaxy enforcer
30/9/2019
10:53
Decent AGM statement, with turnover down, because of the fall in turnover in the security division, but EBITDA up because of cost savings, particularly property costs, with the reduction from seven to four premises.
cjohn
27/9/2019
22:33
Is anyone going to the AGM on Monday?
rossco
25/9/2019
14:43
Max buy at only 10K
knowing
24/9/2019
16:12
Few getting in prior to this going exDivi tomorrow
knowing
21/8/2019
11:59
Although once again the 200k writedowns are above the bottom line - meaning a significantly smaller tax bill than otherwise.
microscope
21/8/2019
07:36
amusing to see a company making £699 profit for the year, and calling it £0.001m
zangdook
19/8/2019
08:07
They really ought to break this company up and return the proceeds to shareholders. That would deliver substantial value.
arthur_lame_stocks
19/8/2019
07:26
Maintained dividend keeps the yield at 10% Happy to hold and just wait to see what happens in the future They are still profitable and should at least be able to maintain the next interim dividend as long as things don't change much
ntv
13/8/2019
13:13
Results were on the 14th last year, and in the update they said 'by mid-August' so should really be this week. As I said before I'm on the sidelines, I guess all eyes will be on whether the security division is showing more signs of recovery, and whether they maintain the dividend. GL to those holding, I will read with interest!
microscope
13/6/2019
21:46
The trading update reports EBITDA of 319k for the year indicating EBITDA of 34k earned in the second half. However exceptional costs relating to the ending of 2 leases were incurred in the second half so perhaps 80k is the realistic achievement. Good performance in view of reduction in turnover. Fewer property leases will reduce costs going forward. Bank balance is very healthy and adequate to enable a final 0.5p dividend to be paid - only costs 74k. Happy to hold and collect a good dividend yield.
rossco
13/6/2019
11:00
Hi NTV, After discounting the intangibles, the company is still trading at a discount to net tangible assets. It's a real bargain price, given the nature of their work ie consultancy and security solutions. If they can remain proftable, these will re-rate at some point.
cjohn
07/6/2019
08:22
don't forget to ignore what the chairman states are nett assets as goodwill is worthless (unless of course that part of the business is making large profits )
ntv
07/6/2019
08:20
Still appears to make a small profit Hopefully it will still be able to pay another 0.5p dividend again (to make a total of 1p for the year) so at least us small shareholders get something while we wait microscope lack of shareholder communication is also a feature of many companies even large companies like DJAN
ntv
31/5/2019
14:34
forgot this was listed. Wonder what the ceo does all day. maybe just stares out the window..........
meijiman
31/5/2019
14:00
Maybe gone on a long holiday!...
diku
31/5/2019
13:39
Still keep this on my long watchlist. One thing I'm not enamoured by is that any company is allowed to go (assuming nothing today) from 14th December into June with not a word of any sort to the market. The last three years they have updated once in late May and twice into June, so I guess something should be forthcoming soon. No doubt Brexit will get a mention! :)
microscope
02/4/2019
09:01
seems to be regular small buys here
ntv
14/12/2018
12:54
Two big trades. Sipp transfer?
value_stocks
05/12/2018
16:25
A bit of a curate's egg, and a few surprises both positive and negative, I think. The rise in the cash, even allowing for the one-off property sale (cash of 290k, book gain of 150k) is still higher than I expected, now something like 4p per share.Also after expenditure on QCS development. Impressive imho. The nav of 37.5p per share underpins everything else and the divvy maintained, Nice eps of 1.47p putting them on a seemingly ridiculously low p/e at 12p. At results they updated that for the first quarter "Group revenues were £1.56m and this generated EBITDA of £121,815." That was pre the property sale. It was that which set the alarm bells ringing slightly, as adding the second quarter on today's results is well short of double that and the ebitda - excluding the 150k book gain on the property sale for the six months - was about 135k. So it became clear that the 2nd quarter was barely profitable. And I think we might have an elephant in the room. "B2BSG Solutions Limited Invoiced sales of £1,705,100 yielding a profit of £65,300 (the combined figures across B to B and SG over the same period last year were £2,260,500 and £189,100"). Still a profit but mention of slow moving stock (at finals) and an uncertain outlook for the division made me wary. They're confident of improved results from QCS and that remains the jewel here. The value is incredible on the numbers overall imho, however there is more uncertainty for now than for a while in my view, and, very very reluctantly, given the wider market, i have taken some profit off the table, incase it turns out to be another 'Adamson's' type division. . For all holders, if QCS comes good as I believe it will I hope you will be very well rewarded That's all imho and just one person's take!
microscope
05/12/2018
09:41
Break up and sell off the divisions would certainly make sense for minority shareholders, given the discount to asset value. But as ever, this would involve central management losing their jobs, so doesn't appeal so much to them. The results were as expected; they continue reducing costs and this bodes well for second half and next year. 4% + interim dividend.
cjohn
05/12/2018
08:19
A 30% stake would probably cost you £900k to do something with it he@s hoping someone will do that Meanwhile at least there is a decent yield expecting further costs second half
ntv
05/12/2018
07:20
Pretty decent results in line with my expectations and a very healthy cash position after the property disposal. For the life of me I still don't know why they don't simply break this little group up and sell off the businesses. We'd all be better off than paying £300k a year to maintain the listing and the central costs.
arthur_lame_stocks
20/11/2018
16:02
I'd imagine that the sale would go through as an exceptional below the ebitda line, so as not to be taxable profit, but like you guys am hopeful of a progressive dividend policy (even though it currently stands at a healthy near 8% for anyone buying at the moment. From memory I seem to think they usually do any writedowns on the full year rather than interims.
microscope
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