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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Rtc Group Plc LSE:RTC London Ordinary Share GB0002920121 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 46.50 43.00 50.00 46.50 46.50 46.50 10,705 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 81.4 0.9 4.7 10.0 4

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
05/11/2019
09:43
Trouble historically, apart from the great yield, was the way management siphoned off all the upside by ludicrous share option awards. Is that still the case or is there some chance that other shareholders might share in any success the company achieved operationally.
shanklin
05/11/2019
09:22
Notice we're edging up with not much buying, great yield here so happy to sit tight :-)
cheshire man
24/9/2019
19:01
Nice to see some life coming back into the company share price...As I said a couple of weeks ago 'This company cannot remain on a p/e of 5 and yield over 8% for too long.'
davidosh
09/9/2019
01:02
Yes agreed...the longer the troops have to stay in Afghanistan the more work for RTC in supplying civilian and security personnel. This company cannot remain on a p/e of 5 and yield over 8% for too long.
davidosh
08/9/2019
21:56
Cheers rivaldo, thanks for that.
cwa1
08/9/2019
19:10
Looks like RTC will be continuing to supply into Afghanistan for some time to come following Trump's cancellation today of the peace deal with the Taliban. CWA1, the latest forecasts from Whitman Howard dated 15th August are: this year : 9.9p EPS, 4.16p dividend next year : 11.4p EPS, 4.57p dividend
rivaldo
05/9/2019
16:25
Well I certainly have to admire anyone's optimism that thinks Boris will get something sorted politically that will bring clarity! :-) Has anyone seen/are there any updated forecasts out there recently? Cheers.
cwa1
05/9/2019
16:17
Maybe not Chart has 3 consecutive lower highs so down trend suggests IMO 40p retest
buywell3
05/9/2019
15:51
bargain again. BUY. Boris will get something sorted politically which will bring clarity and come January next year things will be v exciting to be shareholder here for sure. Dissappointing to not make profit gains but rev grows which is more important to me at this stage in the re-structuring...
11023154
30/8/2019
13:40
Well the only positive to thing to say about the share price is that there tends to be quite a lot of support around here.
tiswas
06/8/2019
13:51
A couple of observations on the numbers. While the sales were ahead of last year, the Profit and EPS was obviously lower...and the "mix" effect of Ganymede sales growing and ATA declining hurts us from two sides. Firstly, ATA has a higher gross margin at 17% compared to Ganymede 14%. Secondly, it seems ATA Costs are largely fixed..and have consistently been �1.2m/�1.3m each half, irrespective of Turnover...whereas Ganymede costs seem largely variable at 9% / 10% of Sales. The Derby Conference Centre is always netted off with Central Costs. Over the last 4 years, the Net Operating Profit (2016 - 2019) has gone -�2.7, -�2.3m, -�2.5m, -�2.7m (Fcst). Having made a large investment in upgrading Facilities and widening the reach of potential types of Event it can hold, we have not seen much profit benefit from that Investment. Perhaps any increased revenue has been absorbed by higher Central costs. There has been plenty of discussion on this Board about Director Pay relative to the size of business. I suspect the Management would argue that "You pay for what you get" and that they are skilled and experienced. The best management really prove themselves when the climate is more difficult..as it is now, so hopefully Management will prove their mettle and at least ensure these slightly lower forecasts for the year are duly delivered.
simso
05/8/2019
16:14
Still watching here. Not coming back on board yet. ATA is the most diverse revenue stream and needs to be in better shape before I return.
briggs1209
05/8/2019
11:20
Whitman Howard have revised their forecasts slightly to 9.9p EPS, with a 4.16p dividend. Next year's forecasts are 11.4p EPS with a 4.57p dividend. The illiquidity here tends to magnify the share price reactions. Two out of three divisions are doing well, and the company has reiterated confidence going forward, not least by increasing the already weighty dividend. Revenues have increased very nicely at Ganymede and GSS, but profits haven't increased at the same rate so not quite enough to offset the profit reduction at ATA. I wonder if there's been some heavy investment to fund this growth in Ganymede and GSS, with those costs reducing or paying off further from H2 (plus amortisation and depreciation have increased by £91k year on year).
rivaldo
05/8/2019
09:53
Knew i should have exited at 65p or thereabouts earlier in the year. Great divi but very luke warm statement this morning. Extra 5M in revs but profit down, working harder to stand still?
fozzie
05/8/2019
09:44
Yes talking about a progressive dividend policy, i have had 14.9p in dividends, that has added to my total return, every cloud as they say..
mr hangman
05/8/2019
09:17
Ah but despite the mention of the B word they are still confident for the full year expectations to be met and have increased the interim dividend. The Network Rail work is increasing and also overseas with GSS... "Ganymede continues to perform well with enhanced volumes on its Network Rail contract and GSS has increased its presence internationally. ATA has encountered headwinds due to uncertainties over our future relationship with the European Union. However, although the fog has not lifted in the political arena and, therefore, by extension in industry and commerce, we remain confident of continuing our satisfactory performance in the second half of 2019 and as such are maintaining our progressive dividend policy."
davidosh
05/8/2019
09:08
Well at least our BOD have not awarded themselfs any share options at 0p Notice the B excuse was dropped in a few times
mr hangman
25/7/2019
18:40
Agreed davidosh. Also great for the PI to have the transparency of a Financial Calendar on the company website. If more companies did this I'd check more often. Just checked Zotefoams for the date of their upcoming Interims and noticed they include their Prelims and AGM dates for next year :)
gleach23
25/7/2019
14:24
The 5th August it is so only ten days away and good to see a Monday release as generally the good news comes early in the week and bad news on Fridays lol RTC are always very quick to get results out at reporting period ends which shows good management overview and accounting systems in place. Shocking how some companies can take three months just to get unaudited interims completed which often suggests tinkering IMO.
davidosh
25/7/2019
14:16
Thanks for heads up re date for Interims fozzie - I was expecting them in late July but see now the Financial Calendar on company website says 5th Aug
gleach23
25/7/2019
11:21
Not long now till August 5th, just hoping the share price gets a kick in the pants and up to a more realistic level. Fat divi is great but capital growth poor.
fozzie
10/7/2019
10:32
From the last broker note.... Proven strategy highlights RTC is undervalued. RTC has delivered ten years of revenue growth, focussing on defensive sectors and with further organic PBT growth expected of 7% in 2019 the valuation/growth metrics continue to be attractive. Even at our price target of 100p the 2019E PE rating and dividend yield would still only be 9x and 4%. Not bad for a company which generates c50% of revenues from recurring sources, has built a solid foundation and is ‘highly optimistic about its future’. Year end Dec.. 2018A 2019E 2020E 2021E Revenues (£m)...87.8 92.9 98.1 103.6 Adj. PBT (£m)... 1.9 2.0 2.4 2.7 Adj. EPS (p).... 9.4 10.5 12.5 14.2 P/E (x)......... 6.2x 5.5x 4.7x 4.1x Dividend (p)... 3.85 4.24 4.66 5.12 Dividend Yield(%) 6.6% 7.3% 8.0% 8.8% Net Debt (£m).... 4.5 4.1 3.5 2.9 The interims are just three weeks away and at the Agm they said in line with expectations so likely to be a P/E of 5 and Dividend yield of 8%.....Cannot do much better than that in a company anywhere else on the market that has performed increasingly well over the last seven years
davidosh
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