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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00p -1.80% 54.50p 5,000 10:05:38
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
52.00p 57.00p 55.50p 54.50p 55.50p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 71.69 1.34 8.06 6.8 4.9

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RTC Group Daily Update: Rtc Grp. is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RTC. The last closing price for RTC Group was 55.50p.
Rtc Grp. has a 4 week average price of 50p and a 12 week average price of 48.70p.
The 1 year high share price is 67.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 46.50p.
There are currently 9,022,564 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 7,708 shares. The market capitalisation of Rtc Grp. is £4,917,297.38.
rivaldo: Shareholders will collect a 3.85p dividend this year, rising to 4.24p next year - a 7.2% yield rising to 7.9%. It's possible some are buying for the 1.3p interim dividend, for which you have to be on the register by this Friday. Over the next 18 or so months shareholders should collect over 8p per share of dividends. RTC will hopefully at least achieve the forecast 10p EPS this year, rising to 11.6p EPS next year. So the downside should in theory be minimal, whilst a decent set of results might see a rather nice re-rating. And in the meantime if the share price continues to sleep the dividends will roll in.
stemis: What might be overhanging the shares is the risk of a discounted placing to fund the 'transformational' acquisition plan they keep talking about. 7% yield is not much consolation if they drop the share price 10% on a placing... Plus (to which Shanklin alludes) they've recently given away rights to 13% of the company to 3 execs which is in addition to the 7% they were already entitled to on exercise of their nil cost options. So that means, if they meet the performance criteria, they will end up with around 17% of the company for free. That's assuming they don't issue anymore nil cost options. Since performance criteria is annual EPS of 10% that means pretty much the majority of any growth will end up in the hands of the executives...
wednesday6: With an very attractive dividend of around 7% and all parts of the business allegedly doing well it difficult to understand why the rtc share price has not done better,I won't sell and will continue to collect the progressive divi which surely one day the share price will catch up With? P/e 6.2 Buy order in for 47.5
simso: SteMis, unfortunately I do think you are right. With such a low P/e, its hard to imagine how any Capital Raise and aquisition could possibly be eps accretive. I think they made a mistake in even signalling the possibility of aquisitions, as the subsequent impact on the share price has made the possibility more remote. For a business which made £1.3m on £70m+ of Turnover last year, I think 4 existing Divisions is more than enough, and would much rather they concetrated on improving the Return on Sales and FCF on what they already have. Concentrate efforts on really leveraging and maximising the newly Refurbished DCC, properly collecting on the significantly overdue debtors so they can demonstrate a better flow of earnings into free cash.
stemis: That's the concern. I'd be a buyer but not when there is the risk of a dilutive placing. The company have been naive and ended up talking their own share price down.
rivaldo: Great to see the CLLN hit is de minimis. I suspect it's included as a written off debt in PBT in the normal course of business, so expectations are after the write-off. The last forecasts I saw from Whitman Howard were: last year : 7.4p EPS, 3.3p dividend this year : 9.8p EPS, 3.6p dividend This puts RTC on a current year P/E of 5.7, let alone a 6.5% yield, which seems ridiculously cheap. You'd be unlikely to ever see RTC trading on racy multiples. However, the SSE contract running until December 2020, plus the rail maintenance work, gives RTC an unusual degree of certainly for the sector, so could see a re-rating to a P/E of say 10 or 11 if things go smoothly. Which would give a share price of say 100p-110p.
davidosh: It amazed me that the share price came back so much in the first place as it should really be up at 70p still after all the positive updates and forecasts in the market
davidosh: Any company with a yield higher or close to the P/E ratio is worth looking at closely in my book. If there have been no warnings and the company has been positive then something generally changes for the better and it is usually the share price.
davidosh: I am very comfortable with how the company are performing and see no reason for the share price collapse after all the positive newsflow. For those not aware...Investors will be returning to the Derby Conference Centre for Mello2018 which will be held from 25th to 27th April next year and over 1000 investors and 70 companies will be that surely must be good for RTC who will not only be presenting themselves but they are the owners of the DCC
rivaldo: Good to see you both posting here Davidosh and GHF. Hopefully this latest contract will bring RTC to the attention of the likes of Simon Thompson, or even Small Company Share Watch - it's about time RTC received some tipster/press coverage and the wider market cottoned on to the company's attractions. Incidentally, on 20th April in my post 938 covering the AGM I noted: "The smart metering opportunity in particular offers a transformational opportunity to the group. If this results in a long-term installation contract or two similar to Ganymede's Network Rail contract, you won't see the share price for dust given the small free float." Just call me Psychic Riv :o))
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