Proactis Dividends - PHD

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Proactis Holdings Plc PHD London Ordinary Share GB00B13GSS58 ORD 10P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price High Price Low Price Open Price Close Price Last Trade
  0.50 1.11% 45.50 45.50 45.00 45.00 45.00 13:20:07
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Proactis PHD Dividends History

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weatherman: ACSO was once very highly rated, and yet its growth slowed. The share price fell, and continues to fall - net debt near zero. PHD has fallen, and now looking for a period of return to growth with debt falling and repayment under control. Different fish. But the cynic might say that these extended periods of expressions of interest are designed to shore up the share price in times of weakness or shorting. Why does it take over 6 months to do due diligence and decide whether you wish to strike a deal? PHD is becoming undervalued on fundamentals if there is return to growth and strengthen profit margins, and I think should rise if cancelled deal.
jonstrawberry: Win 80% of NHS Trusts? They haven’t won 8% of NHS Trusts (or any other market) so far so what makes you think that’s remotely possible, Peter? Also, if they win 80% of NHS Trusts with pricing at a fair value, I’d expect their share price to be >2000!!! To me your post sums up the unrealistic and clueless hope that this BoD is standing behind.
97peter: All it is patience now! Plus I stand by what I said earlier! If PHD can acquire/win all the NHS Health authorities onboard in 2020 or even 80% of them, then the share price will be above 200p without the need for an FSP or the bidders will have to up there game to 310p. So they need to conclude FSP now or walk away.!! Plus here is my note/ e- mail to a Tim Sykes, let’s see what and how he responds on Monday: Hi TIM, Thanks for replies. Though a word of wisdom, the longer the distraction and protracted takeover/bid negotiations goes on the weaker new options! The like if NHS authorities or new global organisations looking to sign contracts with PHD will be reluctant not knowing who will own and what strategy and BoD they are dealing with. Please complete this one way or the other before the end of February 2020 or Investor’s and MM’s will abound on you in droves? Peter
kirk 6: Lewis the FSP has had a damaging impact on the shareprice. As I have said recently the share price was 42.5p and rising when the announcement was made and since then the business has done really well based on information in open realm. I would have expected without the FSP we would be c65-75p
kirk 6: Had a good email back from Tim and suggest we just wait till AGM and Proactis will make a full announcement post AGM. Reckon they have made a lot of progress with the business as a stand alone and whatever happens going takeover over or not the share price (from my understand and take) will be much higher over the next 6-8 months
kirk 6: Add that to when L&G have finished there forced closer which is nothing PHD specific as they are closing out many positions across stocks. This has created a perfect environment to damage sentiment and the share price . Any day now I am expecting 50-60% rise in one day
multibagger: The reviewing tool of previous posts.... multibagger2 Sep '19 - 17:43 - 4903 of 6440 Edit 0 0 0 Wrong conclusion 74tom ! My revised and reduced target is based on market sentiment that is becoming clearer - some may choose to ignore it. I correctly called the subdued/poor sentiment based on the trading update that some posters were raving about. Much as many on here would like to think that their opinions are the only valid, legitimate and considered ones, the market is the final arbiter of the share price So far, the share price trend is not supporting the lofty takeover prices that people were hoping for. Time will tell, whose call was right or wrong. I have been in the market for close to 3 decades or so and been posting on Advfn since 2001. I have learnt a thing or two about the market - I am far from being a perfect investor though, and humble enough to recognise it. DoI: I last held PHD in 2016 - so what happens to the share price now, good or bad is immaterial to me. I have no agenda. I only post to keep track of my thoughts and how those perceptions came to be - to learn from in a reflective manner. BBs are a good repository to go back and check whether intuitions/decisions were right.
escapetohome: Stringing it out seems plausible to me , protecting the value of the business, whilst they turn the company around. Look at companies where they didnt protect their business and shareholders . Their share price goes to a stupid level, say 5p. THEN THEY RAISE MONEY AT 5p. THE GAME IS LOST. PHD have benn very very clever with their FSP Mask.
whatthe: I think there is very little chance of the FSP concluding at this stage. From which we will be able to conclude that all the major players in the market will have looked at this and decided it's not worth it even at this incredible low price and at a point when it has never been cheaper for companies to buy assets in the UK with exchanges rates. That means that the only way out of this for PHD shareholders will come from organic growth. The last set of figures on this front was woeful. The current leadership have proven unable to run a sales organisation and they have not announced any significant new deals in last 18 months apart from a very weak announcement about a new German deal which had no numbers or values attached. My prediction no sale, another set of poor numbers for H1 at the end of January. Further fall in share price
kirk 6: And that is exactly what is so exasperating! We would be much higher if none of this FSP hadn't happened. Yes we now fore sure there are interested parties which have offered "shareholder value" but the whole process is weighing massively on the share price.Message to Bod - just come to a conclusion and move on as a stand alone growth company, focusing on resin-stating the dividend and building client base as you have been doing in the last year
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