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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
  2.10 3.53% 61.60 61.50 59.50 59.50 59.50 16:35:14
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Industry Sector
SOFTWARE & COMPUTER SERVICES

Proactis PHD Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
30/10/2018FinalGBX1.531/07/201731/07/201827/12/201828/12/201822/01/20191.5
11/10/2017FinalGBX1.431/07/201631/07/201728/12/201729/12/201722/01/20181.4
12/10/2016FinalGBX1.331/07/201531/07/201629/12/201630/12/201623/01/20171.3
13/10/2015FinalGBX1.231/07/201431/07/201531/12/201504/01/201625/01/20161.2
06/10/2014FinalGBX1.131/07/201331/07/201402/01/201505/01/201526/01/20151.1
02/10/2013FinalGBX131/07/201231/07/201301/01/201403/01/201424/01/20141
26/09/2012FinalGBX0.7531/07/201131/07/201202/01/201304/01/201325/01/20130.75
27/10/2011FinalGBX0.5531/07/201031/07/201104/01/201206/01/201227/01/20120.55
29/09/2010FinalGBX1.131/07/200931/07/201005/01/201107/01/201128/01/20111.1
30/09/2009FinalGBX131/07/200831/07/200902/01/201004/01/201024/01/20101

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
09/10/2019
06:45
whatthe: The company launched APF over three years ago and they still have no customers and no revenue. They said it unique then too. I'd love to believe it's unique in the market and I'd love to believe it will turn this share price around. But being objective the weight of evidence and history suggests much more strongly that it won't than it will.
09/10/2019
06:16
whatthe: The answer to the value of AFP will come very soon. If it's as good as the supporters on here suggest then all the competitors that are presently looking at this as part of the FSP will comfortably offer 3 to 4 times the current very low share price. If they don't then the working assumption for me will be that it's nowhere near as exciting or innovative as the fans on here suggest as I'm inclined to believe the Proactis competitors know their business better than us
04/9/2019
15:16
pj0077: Coupa's share price up 12% this afternoon, after their release of a sizzling set of numbers that revealed growth in excess of 50%.No mention on the conference call of any desire to purchase a clown car, though.. so I guess we can remove COUP from the list of parties interested in PHD [parp, parp]
03/9/2019
10:21
lewis winthorpe: "PJ0077 - 01 Oct 2018 - 19:13:31 - 1693 of 4926 PROACTIS Holdings PLC - PHD Good spot p1inkfish, I hadn't seen SEC's results today. I'd say that the last sentence is fairly benign. Basically I think they're saying: * we bought shares in Proactis * the share price has since fallen * yet Proactis is a growing company with great client retention * the industry is fragmented & consolidating They are implying that they continue to think that Proactis is an attractive company to be invested in & 'perhaps' it could be a takeover target ... although as we know, Proactis see themselves as an acquiror rather than acquiree" Im guessing you got burned back in February????
02/9/2019
18:43
multibagger: 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.
02/9/2019
18:37
pj0077: Crikey.. has anyone seen the PHD share price today?!It's going downhill faster than Eric Pickles in a wheelie-bin!
02/9/2019
10:33
pj0077: About time some of the investors on here reviewed their PHD price targets. Seems to be only p1nkfish (no bid acceptable), PJ0077 (bid 45-50p) & multibagger (bid 60-65p)are aligned with reality. All else looking for bid premiums of between 60% and 330% (!) Amazing scenes!!! multibagger28 Aug '19 - 07:19 - 4728 of 486 P1nkfish 0 (sale won't go through) PJ0077 45 - 50 Multibagger 60-65 THE TABLE OF DELUSION Jammytass 75 Ff2345 75 - 80 daburd 95-100 Lewis Winthorpe 100 paulie wonder 105 escapetohome 115-120 Stretch Armstrong 120 MrShaunGCM 120-145 BearHug2 140 kirk 6 125-150 rumobejo 150-165 Cureboy 165-170 97peter 175-180 Chinadog3 200-205
23/8/2019
07:22
multibagger: May or may not be of interest... L&G are going through a business change strategy regarding some of their funds and how they are managing it. Basically, they had 2 fund managers and one left. The one that is remaining is now covering both areas. L&G have been "blindly" selling / indiscriminately selling various companies that do not meet their market cap threshold. Given that they have significant stakes in a number of AIM tech/software companies, I would not be surprised if this is the reason they are selling PHD too. As a fund manager, they are dealing with other people's money - so it does not really matter what price they sell at. As long as their corporate business strategy is achieved - I guess their fund managers will be incentivised on achieving KPIs. One of my AIM holdings has been affected and hence I did some digging around. I am aware that senior people from my company met the Fund Manager to understand why this was happening as the share price predictably dropped. As always, do your research but this could be part of the explanation.
15/8/2019
19:09
74tom: @Kirk, I agree your financial position is completely irrelevant. What is relevant is that you think you own 1.1m shares via a CFD, and have been boasting about this for the past few months! You have a bet with IG or another counterparty based on the movement of the PHD share price, IG don’t go out and buy shares in all the companies that it’s customers bet on! So at least your fictional “top slice” of 300,000 “shares” won’t have had any impact on the share price or fed any II’s. You have made yourself look like a complete tool though. Here’s a link to the IG homepage so you can educate yourself on how CFD’s work; hxxps://www.ig.com/uk/cfd-trading/what-is-cfd-trading-how-does-it-work#information-banner-dismiss
09/3/2019
23:31
eezymunny: APF? This functionality has been around for donkey's years, no? eg hTTps://blogs.sap.com/2014/07/29/early-payment-discounts-the-no-risk-approach-to-double-digit-cash-returns/ If PHD customers are leaving for SAP and others, that's not going to stop because PHD are developing some functionality that others have had for years IMO. Want to see SAP's R&D budget? hTTps://blogs.sap.com/2014/07/29/early-payment-discounts-the-no-risk-approach-to-double-digit-cash-returns/ Yes folks 3.6 BILLION euros. Compare with PHD's few million and you'll see why ultimately it's nigh on impossible to compete. And yes, PHD's revenues FELL in H1 year over year if you exclude revenue from acquisitions. Just read the company statement " the Group expects to report revenue of approximately £27.7m (2018: £26.4m). This includes TCV of £1.0m (2018: £Nil) and revenue of £2.8m (2018: £Nil) from the Esize Group which was acquired on 6 August 2018. The Board is pleased with the early stage performance of the Esize Group. The Group expects to report approximately £8.0m (2018: £8.5m) of Adjusted EBITDA1 for the period and net debt of approximately £40.0m as at 31 January 2019. ie revenue excluding esize FELL from 26.4m to £24.9m PHD may recover, both operationally and perhaps share price, but I'd say a big fund-raise is also a distinct possibility and if that happens it could be at any price. 10p wouldn't surprise me at all..
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