Magic Hat Portfolio: PAY stays in

Monday, May 06 2019 by
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PAY is due to be kicked out by rotation. Although it does not actually appear in the Greenblatt Screen, it has a Magic Formula Score of A+. It also also has a Stockopedia StockRank of 97. Its P/FCF is 10.9. Given these facts, I will keep it in the portfolio.

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PayPoint plc is a United Kingdom-based holding company. The Company's subsidiaries provide specialist consumer payment, and other services and products, transaction processing and settlement. It offers clients streamlined consumer payment processing and transaction routing in an integrated solution, through MultiPay. MultiPay gives users the flexibility to choose channels depending on their customers' needs, including mobile application, online, text, phone/interactive voice response, cash in-store and cash out. Its platform, PayPoint One, combines PayPoint services, integrated card payments and electronic point of sale (EPoS) all in a device. Its retails payments and services offerings include bill and general (prepaid energy, bills and cash out services); top-ups (mobile, e-money vouchers and lottery), and retail services (payment card, parcels and money transfer). Its mobile and online offerings include parking, permits, tolling, ticketing and bicycle rental transactions. more »

LSE Price
907p
Change
0.6%
Mkt Cap (£m)
616.5
P/E (fwd)
13.6
Yield (fwd)
9.0



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andrea34l 6th May 1 of 1
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I don't feel the need to research this one in detail.... but is it not a concern that in the last trading update the net revenue growth was actually a DECLINE of 2.8%? Although they highlight some positives, I note for example top-up and e-money transactions declined by 15% to 11.1 million

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