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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 25,000 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
29/1/2020
15:01
Speed - “penny stocks” are buried deeper than anything in equities. With big centralised investment and bad press, penny stocks present great opportunity for individual investors.
11023154
26/1/2020
14:09
May highlight to a few
cheshire man
24/1/2020
19:16
Indeed speedsgh 👍
battlebus2
24/1/2020
18:19
Nice rise today. Thing is, most investors have never heard of RTC. It's not just under the radar, it's currently buried under a metre of soil too. As someone has already said, it would be most interesting to see the reaction if its merits were brought to the attention of the wider investment community by one of the various tipsters/investment rags and/or a fund or two decided to take a position. All in good time. The chunky dividend is more than enough to keep me happy in the meantime.
speedsgh
24/1/2020
11:04
nice rns though happy holding
11023154
24/1/2020
11:04
could go higher still, this is such a bargain
11023154
24/1/2020
10:57
Just to reiterate... the latest forecasts from Whitman Howard dated 15th August are: 2019 : 9.9p EPS, 4.16p dividend 2020 : 11.4p EPS, 4.57p dividend Hopefully following the results on the 24th Feb we will be given forecasts for next year as well.
davidosh
24/1/2020
10:11
Cheers davidosh - I assume that's from Whitman Howard (not on Research Tree yet). Good to see the 100p target retained. It only needs a little press or tip attention and we'd surely see at least a 20%+ move up here given the fundamentals and high recurring income from Ganymede, plus the scarcity of available shares.
rivaldo
24/1/2020
09:18
On the subject of brokers forecasts and company reporting.....It would be so useful if important information like concensus forecasts or even just the figures, used by management stating that the company is in line, were actually shown on the RNS itself. That way investors can instantly match current information and historic data as 90% of those reading the RNS are not likely to know what the forecasts actually are...
davidosh
24/1/2020
09:12
Here is the morning flash note from WH the broker.... RTC* – RTC.L, 62p, Mkt Cap £9m, Buy (TP 100p) 2019 PBT in-line and improvement in the net debt position RTC has released a positive trading update for the 12 months to December 2019 which not only confirms that PBT is in-line but also the continued downward trend in net debt.  Our 2019 PBT estimate is £1.9m while our current net debt forecast is £4.1m (down from £4.5m at December 2018).  Given recent updates from across the recruitment sector which have invariably led to downgrades this is a reassuring update and underlines its strategy of been able to rely on recurring income from its Ganymede and overseas GSS divisions for c60% of revenues as we expect the growth in these two divisions to offset anticipated declines in the UK based ATA recruitment division.  ;The improved cash position also gives us confidence that our dividend forecast for 2019 of 4.2p (2.4x covered) representing growth of 8% is achievable. Due to the diversified source of earnings, we believe, RTC should enjoy a higher rating (currently trading at a discount to the small-cap recruiters), with it trading on a 2019 PE rating of 6x and offering a yield of 7%.  Even at our price target of 100p the 2019E PE rating and dividend yield would still only be 10x and 4%.  We maintain our buy recommendation with the prelims expected on Feb 24th.
davidosh
24/1/2020
07:38
A steady ship :-) "preliminary results on or around 24 February"
cheshire man
24/1/2020
07:08
Excellent - today's update confirms trading nicely in line with 9.9p EPS and 4.16p dividend expectations. Plus there's rightfully cautious optimism for the current year. Which puts RTC in line for 11.4p EPS and a 4.57p dividend this year. At 61p that's a P/E of just 5.4 and a 7.5% dividend yield! Https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/rtc-RTC/share-news/RTC-Group-PLC-Trading-update-and-notice-of-results/81591692
rivaldo
16/1/2020
15:53
Here's hoping 11023154 but we've been well rewarded along the way with an excellent yield :-)
cheshire man
16/1/2020
14:55
Yes but now it’s over which is the key and a recruitment company to have remained okay during this level of uncertainty will be v impressive imo
11023154
16/1/2020
14:15
To be honest I read that quote: "we remain confident of continuing our satisfactory performance in the second half of 2019" as meaning H2 2019 in line with H1, therefore 8-10% fall in profits. That was mainly driven by ATA under performing and they referenced Brexit uncertainty for that - which won't have changed in 2019. You would hope that ATA coming into the Ganymede would be referenced at either the trading update or final results, but it could be that it's the AGM were explain more on this on the potential financial impact this might have in 2020 and beyond.
8thwonder
15/1/2020
11:52
Cheers 8thwonder. I note that that's from the web site Investor Calendar. With the AGM update on 22nd April it's going to be a busy 3 months for RTC. Perhaps this will finally be the year of the re-rating, if RTC can live up to the confidence shown in the outlook in the interims: "we remain confident of continuing our satisfactory performance in the second half of 2019"
rivaldo
14/1/2020
13:16
27 January 2020 – Trading Update 24 February 2020 – Final Results
8thwonder
14/1/2020
12:11
Yep - £3k of buying today has caused another tick up....
rivaldo
13/1/2020
16:15
Does not take much to move this sp
cheshire man
13/1/2020
15:56
Good to see an 8k buy at 60p cause a 2p rise. The year end trading update is due in the next couple of weeks or so - last year's was the 18th January.
rivaldo
02/1/2020
19:35
shanklin when did you sell? Yes, stock is a bit illiquid but it's not bad for a small firm
11023154
31/12/2019
13:15
What is this restructuring? At least three of the four directors are identical to when I held. I see H1 profit was down on the previous year. Obviously easy to blame Brexit which they did. Also another 4.5% of the company given to the directors in options on 23-May-18. Happy to change my opinion if the facts that changed. What has changed in the last 4 years?
shanklin
31/12/2019
12:21
TAKEN A POSITION david managed 10k the other day and wanting 9 more lots to a 100k stake. Hard work buying them Tiger
castleford tiger
31/12/2019
11:51
The company performance over the last seven years whilst I have been a holder has been extremely good and forecast to be even better over the next year ahead. I first bought shares when the company was in recovery mode and the part played by Andy Pendlebury the CEO should not be under rated....yes he has taken a fair reward from it and possibly more than some feel he is entitled to but as a shareholder the healthy dividend continues and the company growth has continued. I engage with management and those who ignore the company and do not have belief in management will miss out from here.
davidosh
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