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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.45p -1.50% 29.55p 218,301 12:50:18
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
29.10p 30.00p 30.00p 29.30p 30.00p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 52.22 3.75 5.40 5.5 28.1

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Date Time Title Posts
20/5/201920:48PROACTIS Holdings PLC3,221
11/5/201919:08Rodneey Potts2
09/4/201910:27Proactis (PHD) HSBC UK to bring new technology to the market3
03/11/200817:39Proactis, Major product upgrade3

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2019-05-22 15:18:2729.151,000291.50O
2019-05-22 14:08:2329.152,500728.75O
2019-05-22 13:35:2929.153,7421,090.79O
2019-05-22 12:45:2529.155,0001,457.25O
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22/5/2019
09:20
Proactis Daily Update: Proactis Holdings Plc is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PHD. The last closing price for Proactis was 30p.
Proactis Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 29.25p and a 12 week average price of 28.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 145p while the 1 year low share price is currently 28.25p.
There are currently 95,218,796 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 361,119 shares. The market capitalisation of Proactis Holdings Plc is £28,137,154.22.
15/5/2019
07:40
cantrememberthis2: Remember one thing: Buys are Broker / MMs sells = so the higher this is, more often than not the more a large seller is offloading where there is no share price appreciation on these sells. So what I have witnessed since I jumped in (few £K) in late April 2019 and large tranche yesterday, is that MMs are hitting stop losses and tiring out the Private Investor. I have seen this recently in PDL and done well out of it. Watched the video of the results, management are targeting: $1m OPEX reduction in US Substantial £6m+ reduction in product development All supportive of EBIDTA They are still making a profit. Some AIM stocks here are making anual losses and recurring with higher debt levels and substantially higher on hope. Institutional Investors have been quietly loading. Look at FOOTASYLUM, people were screwing about the share price languishing and whoosh - takeover. So this is being marked IMO for a potential takeover. HSBC is their nugget - massively supportive and new innovation could lead to a sustained rise here on the Payment Facility. All in all - with nearly 3 months of 30p range (accumulation by the big IIs), regardless of the fact this is an AIM stock, it has a lot of qualities having been around for many many years. Could be about to turn once 3 months elapses and Private Investors are depleted of their resolve. GLA - DYOR. Ill probably stubbornly add... LOL
06/4/2019
09:15
kirk 6: Directors have bought recently at almost double the share price. Institutional selling has compounded at year end to force a unsustainably low share price. My money is on a major recovery in the coming months, hence I have put my money where my mouth is.70-80p short term target in my opinion.
25/3/2019
11:58
buywell3: On 9th March I posted this when PHD was messing with 38p ... the post was and still is intended to point out charts and TA and how they play into share price outcomes. They do so because the trading algorithms used nowadays utilises such data which is why we get the repetitive type chart shapes we do including cycles within them time wise ... which is common sense because of results dates being the same or very close. You will note today the 100ma is just about to penetrate through the 200ma to the downside = bearish OK This post is purely based upon the Chart and some TA observations ... nothing else I have zero position here. But what I will say to start with that the above two observations have been caused by larger shareholders selling/buying . The list of Institutional shareholders is pretty long , and more than one of them are now starting to sell hence this: Note in the above the two sets of ma crossovers both coinciding with the recent drops and particularly look at the 200ma, I assume you guys know all about crossovers so I won't expand here. Now look at this one: What we see here is that the 200ma has been very supportive of the share price right up to around sept 2017 when it started to flatten off and then started to fall back late march early april 2018. That 200ma previous support has now well and truly been lost. Lets look at last 3 month daily volumes: Volumes spiked upwards in those 3 days leading to the big 40p drop That was followed by a 10m plus buy day volume that took it back to 45p Then we had a couple of days of INCREASING volumes with a drop in share price (increased selling) Then a bit quieter day followed by 7m day even greater selling volume than any volumes in the previous 3 days. All of this tells us in pictures what we know Big Holders of this are bailing , if and when they stop the share price will reach a bottom , is this it ? Let us look at the long term chart supports Three supports here that might be tested if no positive news-flow stops the selling or some other big buyer steps in and soaks up all the sells. First at 30p ( bottom slanted chart lows support line) Second chart lows at 20p Third chart low at 10p You takes your pick ... if you trust/like charts ... I have to say I do. Conclusions: A) IMO this is now VERY HIGH risk ... I have know knowledge of the CEO who is going to either sink this through what the market must view as dodgy acquisitions (at the moment) or make it recover if it takes longer for the acquisitions to add value than he thought/planned. B) Is the chart bottom in ? We don't know yet and many investors and computer algorithms used for buying/selling shares are based upon chart patterns and volumes as well as other TA data. C) Would I buy now based upon what I have just looked at ? Honest answer no , which is why I said I don't hold. Would I buy in the future ? Probably not, this type of company and sector does not float my boat but granted if you had have bought it back at around 10p late 2008 early 2009 , you could have launched several boats , some quite large, over the next decade. D) The future for this share now rests fairly and squarely on the mettle of the balls of the big shareholders. Just looked at RSI and Slow Stochastic for oversold TA clues Feb action suggests these could bumble along for another few weeks at these low values
23/3/2019
21:02
p1nkfish: Hubwoo (Proactis SA) 6 months results 30th April 2019 and might throw more light on the current situation in that division. To 5th Feb 2019, Hubwoo ticker changed, can only see price to that point as Hubwoo. Https://www.euroinvestor.com/exchanges/euronext-paris/hubwoo/488665 Symbol is now PROAC and at 0.17 Euro, little correlation to PHD price moves. Lightly traded and small float. Rose convincingly early January and not seen a pull back on recent PHD results but now at a critical level that if it breaks down through could see a decent fall. The Business Network (Hubwoo/Proactis SA) is still running with invoices, transactions etc.
20/3/2019
17:18
alamaison5: Knowing20 Mar '19 - 15:55 - 2774 of 2778 Isn't it strange that with the share price as depressed as it currently is people still deramp it but for what motive one asks !! Knowing: Why being so defensive? I am not going to nick your bone straight out of your mouth, lol. We, individuals, have no powers in influencing the direction of a share price. If you think you do then think again... These BBs are been created to encourage punters, past/future/present, to express their personal view and experience. I personally have no agenda and I hardly ever short. Definitely not a company that has lost so much of its value in such a little time. I have been considering buying into this stock ever since the profit warning. The good points: No shorts opened RSI at 10 Punters interests Getting nearer to a more realistic valuation (+ or - 15%)
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..
06/3/2019
11:47
cf456: https://twitter.com/paul_rx8/status/1102998172345999360 --- "I have had a excellent reply to a email I sent to the ceo. I have been informed I should not share it, as the ceo is worried any email can be altered or edited along the way. This I agree on, so will just share a broad summary here. I asked the implications of the no growth statement on profits/revenue. I have been told that the range of expectations are - range of expectations averages at approximately £55m of revenue and £16m EBITDA. This is ahead of 2018 on revenue (2018: £52m) and marginally behind on EBITDA (2018: £17m). Therefore that finally puts to bed the de-rampers statements that this is a profit warning, it is no such thing, it is a growth warning. We are actually ahead of 2018 revenue for 2019 so far. There is no present intention of the company going to markets for a funding round. It is not in breach of any covenants, and does not require any cash is the simple answer. '' Company enjoys a strong and supportive relationship with its bank, HSBC, who has just signed an additional facility of £20m to support a specific product within the Group's prospective growth plans.'' Finally: ''The Board is heavily aligned with shareholders as all, except the most recent NED addition, have substantial parts of their personal wealth invested in the share price. All of the Chairman, the CEO and the new NED have purchased shares in the aftermath. We are working incredibly hard with investors to promote stability and demand to cover the selling activity of certain investors. We are also working excruciatingly hard within our business to deliver the changes required to return the group as a whole to the qualities that it has in its UK and Dutch businesses.'' Nothing market sensitive given or received here, but it seems that this seller is are only problem here and nothing else. Very pleased I purchased more today, and may now increase the core holding once more tomorrow."
05/3/2019
07:55
p1nkfish: OPM upping their vendor financing with Natwest. Announced today. Wonder if they are preparing for a new entrant that could trash their seed corn. Share price of OPM has been strange given the results. Not responded as well as expected. PHD getting AFP right in the UK market could upset Apple cart.
02/3/2019
10:11
owenski: SP could go lower, it could go a bit higher, who knows... Is one taking a punt on a share price move or on the business? The business currently has issues, the share price hasn't tanked cause it's all rosy.
28/2/2019
14:55
smithie6: +ve & -ve factors to all shares....& of course any valuation of those factors also depends on the price of those shares for those factors ...looking thru last ann. rpt...I see something not so good ..." retention of existing customers....dissapointing to have been relatively unsuccessful in this element...." coupled with today's RNS.. ..."...retention problems in Jan. & Feb. 2019.." while on the plus side at least the info has been quickly revealed...despite knowing it wld hit the share price. ...sadly no numerical data is reported...creating a bit of a vaccuum imo, & not pleasing/helping any PIs who have already been hit hard with 2 big falls in the share price in recent months ---- If I was a shareholder I would be surprised that the co. doesnt seem to have said what it is going to try to do to fix that big problem !! ..& that seems strange..
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