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
  +0.00p +0.00% 11.75p 10.50p 13.00p 11.75p 11.75p 11.75p 0 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 7.0 -0.1 -1.1 - 1.72

PHSC Plc Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/10/2018
14:15
Very healthy. And all being well when the interims are out in early Dec, more of the same should be announced
microscope
12/10/2018
13:40
Haven't got mine yet, I'll keep checking.
michaelx105
12/10/2018
12:24
nice dividend paid into my account today :)
spursspurs
04/10/2018
09:50
Still a maintained dividend would do me over the next couple of years while we wait
ntv
04/10/2018
09:50
More site consolidation to come during the current year in an effort to cut costs and improve profits Hopefully no more exceptional costs or stock write downs but not holding my breath I expect more goodwill write offs to offset tax liabilities I wish someone would move in and grow the company
ntv
28/9/2018
11:52
Just seen the RNS. I make that a profit over book of about 155k. Not bad.
arthur_lame_stocks
28/9/2018
11:00
See RNS. Actually states should complete today, but sounds like a formality. Lovely uplift on book value too
microscope
28/9/2018
09:42
How do you know NTV?
arthur_lame_stocks
28/9/2018
08:12
Property sale has gone through so good news for the balance sheet
ntv
26/9/2018
09:16
Have to admit it's surprising to see a few small sales recently given how close the (very decent) dividend date is. Perhaps a few holders don't check these things and have had the shares a long time. Also occurred to me that interims are due in early December and with numbers so far on track, the next payout, assuming we get one at interims, which i think we should, isn't that far away either!
microscope
24/9/2018
09:02
Yes pretty good, making profits similar to a much lower revenue can’t be bad.
battlebus2
24/9/2018
08:59
Decent AGM statement this morning for first four months. Revenues of £2m and ebitda of £125k. Sale of property to raise £290k, net of all costs.
cjohn
21/9/2018
22:37
Anyone planning to go to the AGM on Monday (presumably in Aylesford)?
value hound
06/9/2018
20:41
Nice to see some buying interest today. Been very quiet here since results, but still at 12p offer anyone buying in the next three weeks qualifies for the 0.5p (4%+) dividend mentioned in the results.
microscope
15/8/2018
20:43
It would be even nicer if they sold quite a lot so we could break this up and actually deliver some value to shareholders for a change.
arthur_lame_stocks
15/8/2018
09:38
I wonder if the income funds will come for PHSC as they did in Aug 2016 when the price spiked up 50% in 2 days?Then they were seeking the 1.5p div.Now we have above average market yield with a recovery situation.Also with two directors holding almost 50% they have been generous in the past and could be in the future.
lehibou
15/8/2018
08:53
Thanks micro. I'm looking for that. Have added.
muffster
14/8/2018
16:40
Hi NTV, thanks, yes all good points. I'm guessing your comments re-lease refer to Amesbury? I should have twigged that putting goodwill there indeed would reduce the tax bill. It does make the results look less shiny than the reality, perhaps, while as you say doesn't effect cash, but it's clever accounting as with 36p a share in assets shouldn't impact the dividend.For anyone looking for an income stock with solid accounts, this looks a good bet to me!
microscope
14/8/2018
11:47
microscope property sale still pending and circa nett £300k to phsc they will relinquish a lease so that will save money by moving to the one site, on as far as i can make out an owned property having said that there could a dilapidation claim from the landlord continual writing down of goodwill will reduce tax charge? but doesn't affect cashflow and hopefully not dividends
ntv
14/8/2018
10:35
Overall a good set of numbers I feel and the dividend is a very healthy bonus. (Meijiman I no longer post my average price on bulletin boards but I feel i timed my buys pretty well :)). Given that the goodwill impairment of 200k appears pre-ebitda, otherwise the company has made a profit of just over 200k from non-Adamson's (ie from continuing) operations. That will be after the dividend (approx 146k at 1p per share) as well. The cash position remains healthy (cash and cash equivalents up from last year despite the dividend) and I presume the unclaimed but available HSBC loan of 300k remains intact. While there will be some minor costs of Adamson's for some years, (lease of machinery, insurance for unfinished contracts etc) it's clear nothing like the 160k+ loss for the year reported. No mention (unless I missed it) of the sale of the Adamson premises, which promises to being in a windfall of over 300k and it looks as though consolidation of the other subsidiary mentioned will mean another property for sale. That division appears to be the one small other concern with cost savings enacted. However it looks as though the likes of QCS is set for another good year. There's the usual waffle about brexit, the high street and the weather, classic Stephen King, and while I don't doubt possible minor effect, once again i think currency is the one area where he makes a good point. Emphasis seems to be on the Euro's potential negative effect, but then we see that the dollar has had a positive impact further into the heart of the statement. Nav of 36p a share and the trading outlook section which includes a first quarter ebitda profit similar to last year of 121k is another positive and on valuation grounds this stock remains in my opinion deeply undervalued. I have a 12 month target to next year's full results of 25p, with the dividend remaining healthy, Adamson's effectively gone and QCS continuing to advance. (I think 25p would still substantially undervalue the company, as it would still be a market cap of well under 4 million!) Dare we hope we might even get a one-off bonus dividend as well after the sale of the Adamson's property? After all 300k+ would equate to well over 2p a share windfall for the company :) The current yield at 12p (offer) is over 8%, now looking secure too for next year imho, and reason enough by itself to continue to form very much a part of my portfolio.
microscope
14/8/2018
10:21
Best paragraph for me was they continue to make progress with divisional structures. This will be very important in future years if we want to sell all or part of the business.
battlebus2
14/8/2018
08:28
I still think the best thing they could do is sell it all off, return the cash and wind it up. We would see some real value then.
arthur_lame_stocks
14/8/2018
07:47
Around there NTV depending on what you paid. For me, it's a solid 10%. Historically, add another 5%. Overall, a mixed bag as ever - but with the added freehold sale net proceeds of £300k and the fact that the two people running it own 43%, it's all good IMO.
value hound
14/8/2018
07:41
results show that it is on a 9% yield !! am I reading that correctly? they should be able to maintain it going forward as well shame the monies from the property sale not in yet but will be a big boost to the balance sheet it needs to get bigger somehow with a decent sized reverse takeover or some decent organic growth in the existing business
ntv
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