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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Quartix Technologies Plc LSE:QTX London Ordinary Share GB00BLZH2C83 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  15.00 3.25% 477.00 474.00 480.00 480.00 462.00 462.00 7,610 14:37:51
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 25.8 5.7 9.9 48.4 231

Quartix Technologies Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/2/2015
12:06
QTX a buy tip in this weeks investors chronicle.. Good write up
avi2014
13/2/2015
09:53
Not long until results for the year ended 31 December 2014 on Tuesday 3rd March and they are expected to be in line with market expectations.
johnthespacer
19/1/2015
07:29
That is not a trading statement.
gorilla36
16/1/2015
14:59
Oh dear oh dear, I'm out at 135 !
gorilla36
08/1/2015
14:48
QTX has a good customer base and good revenues, but no proprietary advantage in its marketplace that I can see. Its markets are becoming very crowded places too. Can only see its margins coming under pressure going forward, hence can't fancy the shares on this rating. Contrary views anyone?
dingbat21
28/12/2014
01:09
Hi RivaldoI don't own any stock and its currently on my watchlist. Just wanted to check my calxulations. Based on the 2014 interims they achieved a basic eps of 5.40 for H1 and I would estimate yhey achieve 10.8 for the FY. This is based on ignoring the exceptional items which I don't think should occur in H2. Thos reduces the PE ratio a little further. I fully agree with your points about the valuation looking stretched based on the fundamentals at an initisl glance. Can't see any broker forecasts but was wondering if you'd seen anything? Regards,Imran.
imranawan
22/12/2014
13:58
Johnthespacer, P/E and EPS are calculated on profit AFTER tax, not PBT as per your post 38 above. On forecast 8.3p EPS for 2014 QTX is on a P/E of 18, falling to almost 16 on 9.4p EPS for next year. There's a small amount of net debt, so nothing much changes on an EV basis. The 2% divi yield is nice, but not a gamechanger. These multiples are pretty high for an unproven new IPO showing reasonable but not stellar growth - indeed, 2014's adjusted EBITDA and PBT are really barely up at all over 2013. I'm keeping an eye out here and will delve further to research the potential.
rivaldo
22/12/2014
10:34
I think people are buying when the see the steady gains without doing any research and the panicking when it starts to fall because the don't really know what they have bought! lol
johnthespacer
22/12/2014
10:11
Thats why I invested John, I think this will do well.
fargonorthdakota
18/12/2014
10:26
Have Faith people here is their last interim results http://www.quartix.net/investors/Interim_Financial_Statements_30_June_2014_(signed).pdf These show profit before tax of 3million for the half year to 30th of June 2014 The previous year had 2.1m for the half yr so this shows good growth.. The full year 2013 was 4.6 mill if they do the same pbt as in first half that would put full year at 6 million (an increase of 30%) Maiden Dividend paid in June Cash in hand 0.4m Market Cap at todays price is 70million so priced at 11 times this years earnings All Good in my opinion so stop the panics Let me know what you think
johnthespacer
17/12/2014
13:14
Yes thanks Mrx9000, I thought it best to sell and maybe read up a bit more with a view to getting back in at sometime. If your in a similar business and have concerns that's enough for me really.
battlebus2
17/12/2014
11:12
battlebus: I would like to see more of a trading history on this one and also I am still not convinced by their product. It seems a decent product but not up with the best out there, competing in a very saturated market.
mrx9000
16/12/2014
20:11
Well i sold the last of my holdings today, made a small profit in total, should have sold them all a few weeks back as nothing goes up forever, but must admit to not researching these enough to understand the business fully. Good luck all holders.
battlebus2
16/12/2014
11:02
Gorilla, Me too and many, many others....made and lost big money holding large positions over the years.....AIM has become a pure retail market which has zero regulation and where anyone with enough firepower can destroy value in no time at all, likewise they can do the opposite...all the research in the world won't change that and even where the fundamentals are sound they ruin a stock. The real trick is to avoid AIM shares that have zero income or which are heavy loss makers and rely entirely on discounted share issues to keep the lights on. You can get the odd share that has gone down due to poor sentiment which can change dramatically....I got lucky last week taking some LGO on the cheap and their last RNS came at the perfect time although it had been flagged for release around this time anyway. Will be interesting too see what caused this drop today, assuming a forced seller dumped?
monkey puzzle
16/12/2014
10:26
Actually they do sell the shares...it's just that they don't own the ones they sell, they "borrow" them (usually from nominee brokers)....they do own the ones they buy when when they close their short...but then they can sell those too and pocket the difference or keep them if the shares rise.
monkey puzzle
16/12/2014
10:23
But surely a short does not actually sell shares so how does it cause the price to fall? Thx
johnthespacer
16/12/2014
10:19
RJD - The problem is some hedge fund manager in Mayfair decides he wants a new toy for xmas, wakes up this morning throws £50m short at QTX for a few days....bingo, 100's if not 1000's of PI stops taken out, he hoovers up all those £5k's and £10k's puts the £50m back in the petty cash box. Re run next week witha different co. It's the times we live in I'm afraid. I have a small holding but no stop.
gorilla36
16/12/2014
10:18
Still recovering. Lets hope it was a cheeky tree shake. I can't see anything else wrong so fingers crossed.
fargonorthdakota
16/12/2014
09:55
Stopped out big time! Not happy.
rjd1233
16/12/2014
09:34
Worth a punt a these levels.
monkey puzzle
16/12/2014
09:25
Tree shake.
toyin
16/12/2014
09:25
12p spread.
herewegouk
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