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
  1.60 3.2% 51.60 50.00 53.00 51.50 50.00 50.00 453,046 16:35:25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 52.2 3.7 5.4 9.6 49

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29/4/2019
06:46
Debt has increased. Working cap deficit has increased (and it was already scary as hell), revenues falling (ex acquisitions), only 1.5m free cash flow (abysmal IMO and yet they continue to highlight results with all these useless and (IMO) irrelevant adjusted EDITDA numbers. Suddenly this narrative says "we have a lot of debt" (18xannualised FCF? ouch). We're going to have to slash expenditure to try to make some money. Gawd knows what that will do to already tumbling lfl revenues. A placing I'd say now looks very likely. 10p anyone?
eezymunny
29/4/2019
06:43
Thanks p1nkfish, you beat me to it. Video: A results overview and strategy update by Tim Sykes, CEO. Link above works, or watch on piworld: Https://www.piworld.co.uk/2019/04/29/proactis-phd-interim-results-strategy-review-april-2019/
tomps2
29/4/2019
06:41
Eggbird, it's not over yet but even the negative will become a positive. Debt will be addressed, ship tidied and after stabilisation it will motor. It's an investment. Like the look of the new CFO, just the type this needed. GLA.
p1nkfish
29/4/2019
06:38
Watch Http://bit.ly/phdh12019
p1nkfish
29/4/2019
06:36
§ A comprehensive programme is in place to reduce debt levels Good to address debt, people holding 3-5 should be richly rewarded imho. "which includes the suspension of dividends for the foreseeable future."  
p1nkfish
29/4/2019
06:36
As you've stated time and time again it was all just a growth warning.. Well oversold imho
eggbird
29/4/2019
06:34
Hmm, that doesn't make for bad reading at all in my opinion. The dividend suspension is no real surprise and exactly the right move to help sort things out as quickly as possible.
eggbird
29/4/2019
06:34
Quick read suggests Perfect is £1.5M down at Interims. Overall sell-off looks overdone by quite a margin. "§ Reported revenue (excluding the benefit of acquisitions) was £24.9m (31 January 2018: £26.4m)"
p1nkfish
29/4/2019
06:31
Good Yorkshire based CFO hire. Pleased to see. Nice one.
p1nkfish
28/4/2019
21:38
Kirk 6, only 13 days ago you said the following; “Finally starting to move this is just stupidly slow. Roll on 60-70p post results” Now you’ve gone manic depressive...my guess is that you sold last week rather than hold through results? If yes then fine, but to change your stance so much in a couple of weeks is a bit embarrassing?
74tom
28/4/2019
20:20
Agreed this could be a huge recovery story but there won't be a turnaround in tomorrow's statement. It will be more likely end of Q4 into 2020 if there is one
kirk 6
28/4/2019
19:48
Hope so 74. They stated they will address the strategy and that suggests a change of some sort compared to the approach Perfect took and the initial approach Proactis took under Hamp Wall. Changing what hasn't delivered into something that's more likely to. My eyes will be focussed on that.
p1nkfish
28/4/2019
18:41
Thanks for the links P1nkfish, very interested to read the forward looking statements tomorrow as if things are trending in the right direction this could be in for a cracker of a recovery!
74tom
27/4/2019
22:27
These are from the last 30 days. Akzo Nobel, not small beer. Https://vimeo.com/search?q=Proactis&uploaded=this-month
p1nkfish
27/4/2019
22:02
Some interesting videos linked below. Louise is just one example having set-up their own market place. "Laurent George, Procurement IT Manager at Louvre Hotels Group talks about how they have set up a marketplace for the group of 1400 hotels around the world. Hotel managers can now obtain better price and service for strategic purchase using approved suppliers, while the central procurement department has access to better knowledge of what the hotels are using." Https://vimeo.com/327247501
p1nkfish
27/4/2019
17:10
It's Goodwill at £106M and about £44M Intangibles with about £40M debt that has holed this. Core ok, it all the debris that's the problem.
p1nkfish
27/4/2019
08:35
You don't get a chart like this without reasons If the news is terrible then 20p is doable ..... again
buywell3
26/4/2019
19:07
Agreed anything other than terrible then expecting this to take a huge rebound! This has been massively sold off and forward sold on expection of terrible news
kirk 6
26/4/2019
19:06
Hi 74tom there is going to be further deterioration though isn't there? That's what they stated in their last trading update?
kirk 6
26/4/2019
18:13
Total picture once SA has also reported in case wording gives extra nuance. It probably won't but live in hope. Any sign that it has stabilised or turned a little will probably be rewarded - Hubwoo that is - the problem child.
p1nkfish
26/4/2019
16:08
Kirk 6, nobody has a clue what Monday will bring, it’s just traders and those who like to avoid excessive risk taking their cash out. The danger is if there is any mention of further deterioration in US/Europe, then the share price could easily open at 25, that’s why there has been a sell off this afternoon. On the flip side, a more positive trading update should see a good rebound past 35p at least. We’ll know by 7am on Monday!
74tom
26/4/2019
15:22
Bloody hell they must be going to be terrible at this rate. Under 30p
kirk 6
26/4/2019
14:05
Based on the sells recently it's going to be Terrible news but atleast that's what the market is expecting
kirk 6
26/4/2019
12:31
Read the rest ez.
p1nkfish
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