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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Rtc Grp. 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
  +0.00p +0.00% 52.00p 50.00p 54.00p 52.00p 52.00p 52.00p 19,399 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 71.7 1.3 8.1 6.5 4.69

RTC Group Share Discussion Threads

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15/1/2019
19:36
Point 1, I appreciate. Point 2, I can’t see this happening unless there is serious good news. Secondly I would add, in this eventuality, would this be a bad thing, to run a bigger business...let’;s bare in mind directors here have returned a strong dividend and capital growth over the last four years, since the restructuring and the new business vision. I appreciate some are heavily against the vast directors remuneration but I can assure you the characters who occupy these position like attention from the outside world, so it’s quite important to them that others enjoy the grain from harvest...
11023154
15/1/2019
18:24
On financial metrics RTC is definitely cheap. As a non holder, the reason I haven't bought is because 1. directors remuneration 2. the possibility of a fund raising to satisfy the directors ambition to run a larger business (maybe to justify their excess remuneration). Just in case you were interested.
stemis
15/1/2019
17:56
I disagree, if we didn’t have such experienced directors this company wouldn’t have made the progress it’s made over the last five years which I expect to be realised over the next two years and expressed in the upcoming trading update this week or next
11023154
15/1/2019
16:34
The reason the share price is 50p and not a lot higher is because of the Directors, not in spite of them.
arthur_lame_stocks
15/1/2019
16:16
You both sound upset which is understandable but bare in my the long term game here, which will be realised I’m sure next week or maybe this week by a good statement on the back of 3/4 years of hard work. The share price hasn’t doubled in five years on the back of nothing has it. Disgruntled you may be by smart directors but bare in mind we do share a common interest, which is the growth of this company. Albeit is varying degrees, doesn’t deter away from a good story about a company restricting and getting things right in an exciting time in the market by directors who are experienced. Experience is often underrated in this day and age, they know full well as well that they can’t pull a fast one in a small cap stock. I’m surprised you’re not loading up at this price, which I’m sure will look silly come next week. We’ve been battered by bad news month after month after month but this is why I’m glad we’ve got someone steering the ship with experience and expertise. I do suspect the good news will be realised this week, and we can look at the long term picture with more excitement than before. I expect the days of 50p will be long behind us as we create new ground very soon.
11023154
15/1/2019
12:42
And then when trading conditions look rosier for the next couple of years they give themselves 13% of the company. I need a few more pence then i'm out. GATC is a much better opportunity in the sector that doesn't appear to have thieves running the show.
arthur_lame_stocks
15/1/2019
12:36
i remember a couple of years back when a couple of Directors sold big chunks of their shares, only to issue a dodgy trading statement a few months later, they certainly made plenty of money out of that
mr hangman
15/1/2019
10:53
How else do small company directors make money? This is how it works. It sounds like you made a mistake buying in at a high price. I think 50p is fair value at present but if we continue to see good news then a revaluation will be necessary up to 70p. It sounds like investors have distrust in the management but it’s clear they’re in it for the long haul here and this is one of the few small companies I’m in favour of. You can’t really complain that management are taking what they can, I’d be more sceptical if they weren’t...
11023154
13/1/2019
16:40
The point is all the upside is going to disappear into the pockets of a very, very greedy management. As soon as I can get my money back i'm out too.
arthur_lame_stocks
13/1/2019
13:03
Yep, should be very interesting. I feel we’re really under the radar in the market and a lost lover. There is serious reason to be interested which is why I’m surprised shanklin and other lt holders have left at this time. This is the most interested I’ve been since getting in in 2013.
11023154
13/1/2019
11:09
Trading update in Jan 11023154. Last year was 18th so could even be next week. Results in Feb. At least it gives us an upcoming RNS double whammy.
gleach23
11/1/2019
22:58
Results end of the month as usual, this is funnily enough one of the stocks for the beginner idiot who thinks they could steal 50percent over night. Established business with new management that are properly invested....and have been on track now for several years what’s not to like.
11023154
04/1/2019
15:28
shanklin did you sell for that reason? do you not expect them to produce returns for shareholders?
11023154
04/1/2019
15:21
It’s a slow and steady rebuild but we’ve been in it now for several years and I expect it’s time now for the real growth. The hard work has been put in since the reshuffle of the team and it’s time for rewards.
11023154
04/1/2019
15:20
There for them*
11023154
04/1/2019
15:16
It’s a balance, it’s very difficult for a company of this size and age to motivate a bunch of experienced managers in the game. They are very motivated because it’s all them for them. I concede the set up isn’t ideal but they’ve got real scope to grow the company and that’s what we’re going to see.
11023154
04/1/2019
15:04
LOL, the difficulty is that management have organised the company so that they get almost all the upside whilst shareholders get next to nothing. The share price would be a great deal higher if the management had more reasonable remuneration and the benefits of the company's operational success accrued to all shareholders. Indeed were this the case, I suspect even management would make more money out of the company than is currently the case. All IMHO as an ex-RTC shareholder.
shanklin
04/1/2019
15:00
It’s been quiet here, quietly optimistic and work going on behind the scenes we’ve not heard much from the company it’s an experienced lot and they know it’s about results.
11023154
04/1/2019
14:54
That’s what you want for small stocks though isn’t it. I want them heavily invested rather than the opposite and they’ve got real incentive to build big here.
11023154
04/1/2019
14:05
It could be due to the management giving themselves 13% of the company for merely doing what shareholders already pay them to.
arthur_lame_stocks
04/1/2019
14:04
It’s been positive now for a few years and I really think this will be a break out. We are at a very conservative price and I think market uncertainty has pushed us lower than where we should be probs at 60 so some strong news could be explosive.
11023154
04/1/2019
12:11
Let's hope so, the divi has been nice but some capital growth wouldn't go amiss.
fozzie
04/1/2019
12:08
I think we could have a real break out again here, we are really undervalued at 50s. Been here since 2012 and it's due. It's crunch time for this management and I've been hearing positive things.
11023154
03/12/2018
16:53
Thanks. Still 7.7p on stocko
tiswas
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