Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Premier Technical Services Group Plc LSE:PTSG London Ordinary Share GB00BV9FPW93 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 214.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 69.1 3.7 2.8 77.3 264

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23/4/2019
15:45
SP now down to where it was 3 years ago.
fizzypop
23/4/2019
11:11
Not seeing a lot of support. Possibly being walked down for some reason
hatfullofsky
18/4/2019
17:42
Thanks, rivaldo. Despite the negative comments on the balance sheet I am holding on as I see it as not being unusual for the sector according to .gov figures. The story doesn't seem to have changed, but I can't say that the share price fall hasn't got me worried and one can't rule out accounting shenanigans. In the white van man sector I expect the directors to be jack the lads, however their holdings are still high. apad
apad
18/4/2019
09:54
For the record here's what SCSW had to say in their last but one issue (s/be OK to post now as enough time has passed): "Premier Technical Services - 10% upgrade to forecasts (Sharewatch) There was another upgrade after PTSG bought Trinity Fire & Security. Established 22 years ago, Exeter-based Trinity specialises in testing, maintenance and installation of fire and security systems. PTSG is paying £10.8m in cash upfront plus up to £5m based on performance over the next two years. It therefore doubles the existing Fire Solutions offering (sprinklers and dry and wet risers) and takes it into fire detection and alarms and some security related services. Trinity’s revenue run rate is c.£40m of which c.£24m is recurring from its maintenance base of 8,500 contracts, generating EBITDA of c.£2.2m. Trinity has c.£3.1m of cash so is bought on c.6.2x operating profit and is eps enhancing from day one, even before synergies from office and employee productivity. Numis has increased its 2019 pretax profit and eps forecasts by c.10% to £19.9m and 13.6p, respectively. Buy."
rivaldo
18/4/2019
07:42
have a rec for being honest
swiss paul
18/4/2019
06:29
Lol! Yeah, FD’s been pretty painful this year, but I’m still in profits on it. Short selling has been a tricky game I’m 2019 so far. Not here to “spook horses” though. I don’t think there is enough independent debate on these AIM stocks - the narrative is dominated by those who want the price to rise - I’m simply offering a counter point to that, and I can assure you that everything I say is entirely honest and based on detailed research, even if I sometimes have put my money where my mouth is.
skatersav
17/4/2019
18:59
Hey Sav how goes your short in FDP - can I smell burning lol. No doubt your also hear to spook the horses and I recommend the services of PTSG to carry out a fire risk assessment on your portfolio.
swiss paul
16/4/2019
15:31
Could be some nice business in church fire safety to pick up....
bsdjj
16/4/2019
12:29
Just picked up this piece in SCVR - Paul Scott I recently read a very interesting shorting dossier on Premier Technical Services (LON:PTSG) (in which I have a small short position), which gave very interesting examples of how profit can be boosted within acquisitive groups
hatfullofsky
15/4/2019
19:20
Not jumping to any defence but I quite like Eezy's reasoning. We can second guess, extrapolate, assume and conclude any news for any amount of time. All in all it's the numbers that matter. This share was totally over valued previously but I feel now it's been overly punished (it happens, MM have a job to do). Recurring revenue, cross selling in a compliance controlled industry, ticks all boxes for my investment in this industry.You should pop into the TAP thread to see the damage real trolls can do.
hatfullofsky
15/4/2019
19:20
As far as book recommendations go, I think Financial Shenanigans, as mentioned by another poster on here, is excellent when it comes to AIM. Tim Steer’s book is excellent as well.
skatersav
15/4/2019
11:41
EezyMunny - I largely agree with your view and have a lot of respect for your company analysis - but I'm not sure such an aggressive approach is helpful.
glaws2
15/4/2019
11:13
rickstar1, I doubt a financial advisor would know anything about PTSG. IMHO you need to up your game considerably in the skill of money management. I've read widely and would suggest that chapter 12 in 'Trade Like a Stock Market Wizard' by Mark Minervini as one of the best on the subject (pages 276 to 279 are worth the price of the book alone). There are some brave investors here, but anyone running a stop loss system would have sold out some time ago.
eagle eye
15/4/2019
11:13
Sorry, double post in error.
eagle eye
15/4/2019
10:49
I'm afraid you would have to employ the services of a financial advisor for that. It would be illegal for anyone on this site to give you advice, and it would probably be a bad idea to accept the advice in any case. Good luck.
skatersav
15/4/2019
10:07
Guys, I need some advice here ASAP please, I have some shares in PTSG which I bought in at around 60p - Would you advise that I cash out now or hold off in the hope they will go back up?
rickstar1
15/4/2019
09:46
Could you please stop ramping TSCO on this thread.
cottoner
15/4/2019
08:36
Let's call this contract win 1,000 sites for ease of rounding. And let's say each site brings in £3,000 of revenues - though given the variety of services provided it could well be much more. That's an additional £3m of revenues from just this one contract. Quite a lot of beans :o))
rivaldo
15/4/2019
08:22
Tesco sold 14 tins of non Heinz beans over the weekend.
eezymunny
15/4/2019
08:12
PTSG win multiple contracts via CBRE for a variety of services at 800 sites for BT, plus presumably many others for Dulux and BUPA: Http://www.ptsg.co.uk/news/ptsg-wins-multiple-contracts-for-household-names-for-cbre/ "PTSG wins multiple contracts for household names for CBRE Premier Technical Services Group PLC (PTSG) has won major contracts with Dulux, BUPA and BT – all of which are under the CBRE umbrella. The CBRE Group (Inc.), a commercial real estate services and investment firm, is the largest company of its kind in the world, managing 41 million square metres of assets across 20 countries. PTSG has a long and successful history of work with CBRE. In 2018 the Group attended the CBRE Preferred Supplier of the Year Event for the third year running, held for CBRE’s specially selected supply chain partners. Engineers from PTSG’S four divisions will perform fixed wire and portable appliance testing, testing of fall arrest equipment and testing of lightning protection systems at sites for BUPA and Dulux as well as 800 BT sites throughout the UK. CBRE is one of many large international organisations with which PTSG has long-established working relationships. Often beginning with the delivery of a single specialist service, contracts are invariably extended to include services from PTSG’s other divisions. This ‘bundled service provision’ is beneficial for clients, saving them the time and expense of finding multiple specialist service providers."
rivaldo
14/4/2019
12:20
My apologies Rivaldo - I thought you mentioned earnings and revenue in your message. The risk section of the 2018 audit letter mentions profit growth, so I have been working on the assumption that the executives’ explanation related to profit growth, but I guess maybe the explanation has evolved. In any event, it’s hard to believe. Why would PTSG offer consultancy services to boost the revenue and/or profitability of a competitor? That’s like Apple helping Huawei with their smartphones. I don’t buy it for a second I’m afraid. I know you need to be an optimist to invest on AIM but...
skatersav
14/4/2019
10:52
I see Lombard Odier keep increasing their short, now at 1%. Clearly they are seeing something they don't like.
riverman77
14/4/2019
09:13
Skatersav isn't paying attention. I said a share of revenues, not profits.....looks like the two people who marked his post up weren't paying attention either.
rivaldo
12/4/2019
15:38
Hold on a minute... Prem Tech received £1.6m from Trinity. £1.6m! And this was supposed to be a share of the profit increase? I don't buy that one bit. Here's a statement from Prem Tech about the transaction: “Trinity brings with it 2,000 customers, 8,500 one to seven-year maintenance contracts, £24m of reoccurring revenue and an annual run rate of circa £40m with a forecasted EBITDA of £2.2m." So they are forecast to do £2.2m of EBITDA, presumably in the coming 12 months to December '19, and they just paid PTSG £1.6m on a profit share on an increase in their profits to June 2018? That doesn't stack up. The profit share would have to be over 100% of the increase in profits! Trinity did £1m of EBITDA in the 12 months to June 2017.
skatersav
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