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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Quartix Technologies Plc QTX London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 477.00 08:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
477.00 477.00 477.00 477.00
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blondeamon: Clever investors would look into TRAK and switch there, locking their profits here and jump on a turnaround in its early days there. All IMO/DYOR
asagi: As per APAD above: interim results presentation: hxxps://www.quartix.net/investors/Quartix_Holdings_plc_2017_Interim_Results_Presentation.pdf FD presentation: https://vimeo.com/226726549 MD presentation: https://vimeo.com/226726575 Asagi (no position)
apad: Our business and financial presentations will be posted on the Quartix investor site at around 7:15 on Wednesday morning. Both presentations are about 6 minutes in length. The presentations will be posted here (at the top of the section): hxxps://www.quartix.co.uk/investors.php#vids and there will also be a pdf of the combined presentation. We are trying to make sure that all investors get access to the same information at the same time – I believe you posted the link to the last ones on a couple of bulletin boards. I hope you don’t mind me asking a favour but if you do get a chance I would be grateful if you could do the same again. If it is downright cheeky of of me asking then please ignore it. Let me know if you have any questions and we will try to answer them – we will be trying to get around to updating the FAQs on our investor site
martywidget: Could Quartix shares find their way to a fiver? Published on 28 Feb 2017 Technical analyst Zak Mir is tipping the Quartix Holdings PLC (LON:QTX) share price to hit £5 over the coming few months. “We’ve had a rising trend channel here since the summer of 2015. [There’s been] a recent bear-trap rebound from below 300p and up again through the 200-day moving average at 354p,” explains Mir in the latest Proactive Investors Bulletin Board segment. The view at the moment is that while we’re above the 200-day line on a weekly close basis we could hit the top of the 2015 channel at 500p over the next three to four months.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2PtES2KfjyQ Could Quartix shares find their way to a fiver? 10:30 28 Feb 2017 www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/stocktube/6994/could-quartix-shares-find-their-way-to-a-fiver-6994.html
martywidget: Financial results presentations, 27th February 2017: Quartix Holdings plc 2016 Results: Business Presentation https://vimeo.com/205506886 Quartix Holdings plc, Financial Results Presentation https://vimeo.com/205396659 Final Results Presentation 27 February 2017 Https://www.quartix.net/investors/Quartix_Holdings_PLC_2016_Final_Results_Presentation.pdf Https://www.quartix.net/investors.php
commiesy: What happened here? This just went off a cliff late September without any real news flow, or declaration of reduced holding by a major investor...
michaelmouse: To a large extent Hydrus I follow a similar strategy to the one you have described above. I'm also poor at trading in and out of companies and will simply continue to hold long term if I like the company's prospects going forward. However, I was simply sounding a note of caution in so much as investors often forget that the p/e ratio should in general closely mirror the expected EPS growth rate. In the two examples I have mentioned (imo) the disconnect between the growth rate and p/e ratio is far too pronounced for me to be comfortable with an investment in either. Clearly, if you've bought shares at significantly lower prices then you may be more willing to hold.
michaelmouse: "no question QTX is very expensive, along with a number of other high quality growth stocks across a range of industries. However that's not a reason to sell for me....." It depends on your time horizon, and the rate at which the company is growing. Imo the rate of growth is way too low at QTX to justify the heady p/e ratio both historic and forward. The dividend payment is less than 2% at this price and isn't even adequately covered by earnings (less than twice). Investors are paying far too much for growth at the moment. In a different sector BOO is also an excellent example of investors believing that the share price can continue to infinity and beyond. The p/e ratio is far too high for the rate of growth imo. hTTp://michae1mouse.blogspot.co.uk/2016/08/lulu-and-other-mysteries.html A headline in today's FT reads:- "Clothes buying starts to fall out of fashion" It's worth a read. Apologies for OT with the BOO example.
sophiegb: new video at Proactive Investors is here: http://tinyurl.com/z7ap7b5
martywidget: Quartix Holdings PLC Final ResultsQuartix Holdings PLC - QTX Final Results Http://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/news/market-news/market-news-detail/QTX/12715655.html Cash for shareholders, not acquisitions – Quartix MD Andy Walters, managing director of Quartix (LON:QTX) says the vehicle tracking and fleet management specialist remains committed to returning cash to investors. When the company listed on AIM in November 2014 it promised to distribute 50% of free cash flow before capex to shareholders as a dividend. Walters says this actually led to a build up in cash hence the supplementary dividend policy which will see the distribution of the rest of the cash that has accumulated on the balance sheet. Cash isn't being reserved for acquisitions which are not on the 15-year-old company’s radar, with a preference of funding organic growth out of profit and loss. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZehpZdvcxuQ
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