Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Proactis Holdings Plc LSE:PHD London Ordinary Share GB00B13GSS58 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.00 2.41% 42.50 42.00 43.00 42.50 40.70 41.50 834,786 12:12:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 52.2 3.7 5.4 7.9 40

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/1/2020
00:04
I have seen little in the way of videos from the last UK meet-up?
p1nkfish
18/1/2020
23:59
No problem.
lewis winthorpe
18/1/2020
18:44
What do you think if that "causes noise"? Something up Tim's sleeve? Let's hope for some positive news.
kirk 6
18/1/2020
18:42
*business -Hence why I think the price would have been much higher now without the FSP
kirk 6
18/1/2020
18:41
Lewis ok have to agree to disagree.1. The price was rising quickly before any FSP was announced. 42.5p mid and rising day before the announcement 2. European agreement + otter agreements since 3. New strategic talent employed 4.bsijdisn strategy playing out debt reducing
kirk 6
18/1/2020
16:00
Disagree, ii selling 1.8 million into the FSP rise has damaged recovery. This would be sitting at 30p again on the back of no news and lg.Confirmation of expectations is needed at TU and AGM
lewis winthorpe
18/1/2020
15:57
Titan, we got your broken record take some time ago. Yet you bought in a above 50p so you said.
lewis winthorpe
18/1/2020
15:54
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.
jonstrawberry
18/1/2020
15:22
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
97peter
18/1/2020
14:10
Agree. The FSP has had the opposite effect to what I thought. I believed that speculation would take it higher particularly as there are multiple parties involved. I still think we will be sold but would imagine that we could possibly be higher in six months by going it alone. Very positive for the firm regardless of what avenue they pursue
pauliewonder
18/1/2020
13:49
Investor or speculator the real question is whether PHD is a buy or sell at this level. I am in the buy camp but concerned about execution. Speculators could revel in this.
p1nkfish
18/1/2020
13:42
Yes that's the thing without the FSP we would be much higher with all the recent positive news
kirk 6
18/1/2020
13:42
L&g has 2.2m in august sold they have sold it down to c400k now.
kirk 6
18/1/2020
13:39
We’d be comfortably over 60p right now but for L&G’s concerted daily effort to bring the price down. All the news has been positive.
cureboy
18/1/2020
13:16
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
18/1/2020
13:14
Lewis, FSP is a protection mechanism. I read up on it a while back and it hands the seller controls it wouldn't otherwise have in the process. It can also run as long as the seller wants too. There is a conclusion to this that is not currently negative if you are a pure speculator. I'm more an investor. UK Plc would he a lot healthier with less speculation and more long term invested capital to help business scale up over years. I'm against a sale but especially against a sale below potential. I can see the.less good outcome as a very real possibility and increasing in probability.
p1nkfish
18/1/2020
13:13
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
18/1/2020
13:06
Here’s why I’m negative. This company, with these products, these people, these customers and this revenue - IN THIS MARKET - should have a market cap of 500m right now (this is conservative vs it’s peers’ multiples). This exec team has had ample opportunity to get us there - over a decade. It’s failed. Time to sell up or move over and let somebody else try. I’m positive about the potential. Only negative about the actual. It’s a dog right now and you all know it.
jonstrawberry
18/1/2020
13:04
Here’s why I’m negative. This company, with these products, these people, these customers and this revenue - IN THIS MARKET - should have a market cap of 500m right now (this is conservative vs it’s peers’ multiples). This exec team has had ample opportunity to get us there - over a decade. It’s failed. Time to sell up or move over and let somebody else try. I’m positive about the potential. Only negative about the actual. It’s a dog right now and you all know it.
jonstrawberry
18/1/2020
12:56
Let's judge on the next updates.There hasn't been any news since final accounts. Everything else is speculation. I dont buy that the FSP has supported the price. It was recovering cautiously before that. It had to be announced. It's the rules. It also triggered a holding publication which isnt a bad thing.
lewis winthorpe
18/1/2020
12:29
I’m on the other side of the camp re FSP. I think the offers will be favourable and surprise a few.
cureboy
18/1/2020
12:24
So, I see FSP as a protection mechanism post major share price fall last year and closing FSP, at this share price , offers similar risks as they tried to protect themselves against in the past at only a slightly higher price. Thoughts?
p1nkfish
18/1/2020
12:22
Lewis, I respect your opinion. I woke up this morning going over possible outcomes and a sale post FSP struck me as one that has increased in probability. I think Proactis gave boxed themselves in & closing FSP (if there is no protection in plzce) will offer risk. They might just string it along for another 6 months until there is some price recovery?
p1nkfish
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