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
  0.00 0.0% 60.50 19,090 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
60.00 61.00 60.50 60.50 60.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 52.22 3.75 5.40 11.2 58
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
08:28:06 O 10,000 60.58 GBX

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15/10/201921:45PROACTIS Holdings PLC5,469
11/5/201919:08Rodneey Potts2
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15/10/2019
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 60.50p.
Proactis Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 48p and a 12 week average price of 40.50p.
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 115,978 shares. The market capitalisation of Proactis Holdings Plc is £56,655,183.62.
28/9/2019
12:30
fuji99: What does not look logical or fair to me is when one compares the 2017/2018 numbers. In 2017 they made a loss of £2.7 million with EPS = -5.7p on turnover of 25.4 million and yet the share price was hoovering within 150p - 200p band. In 2018 they doubled turnover to 52 million with profit of +3.75 million and EPS = +5.3p. In 2019 they acquired a Dutch company and are signing more contracts than before and yet the share price was below 50p for most of the year. I cannot see any market logic behind this especially when we compare to similar size companies. Now we have a company with revenues more than market cap. Thus why I think this is too much undervalued for 2019 if we take into account the additional income they have compared to previous years. IMO the 2019 results alone will adjust its share price to over £1. Then comes the other parameter of the equation: At what share price will it be taken over ?
09/9/2019
17:25
durthur: Guys - this has been outstanding since the company bought Esize. They set a strike price on the convertible portion of the acquisition price based on trailing 6 month average. This has nothing to do with price expectations, its really just a way of Esize getting downside protection when they were acquired, and Proactis hoping that its share price would recover (and thus giving them a 'cheaper' acquisition). For our purposes this is just debt.
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
22/8/2019
15:59
kirk 6: Ok fair enough haha they are not controlling the share price though it's just because every thread hold is notifiable under offer conditions !!I think all the bad news is priced in here and more. We know the February update and what entails and we also have a good idea the news on Tuesday won't be very good, however nothing positive is priced in so any hint of a recovery and return to higher profits will see the share price soar on Tuesday even as a stand alone company. I am not selling any stock under current conditions until these have breached £1.Same with with UPGS build a huge stake low 30s high 20s following indications of director buying and share price been crashed out. Recovery £1.25 plus for me here in my opinion etc etc
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
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
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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