There's a full page article on HGR8 on page 30 of this magazine: Http://issuu.com/profusionmag/docs/201406_-_profusion_final/31?e=7273543/8450746 I'm wondering if HGR8's fleet of air ambulances in Africa are benefiting rather nicely from the terrible outbreak of ebola?
28 Jul '14
RE: Question and further research
Good afternoon sir, Thank you very much for attaching the finncap report re HGR8 and other interesting companies. Re HGR8, the market is in agreement with you today. Much to consider. BTW, you are (in my opinion) a brainy investor, and I am pleased to make your electronic acquaintance. Maybe I have made a similar statement in the past. I try to figure out those who, among the thousands of posters on this website, really do understand the business of shares. Again, I thank you sincerely for writing today and for attaching the report. Rob
28 Jul '14
Question and further research
Fair point rob229. It doesn't particularly concern me, but it's not something we'll be able to fully analyse until we see the year end figures to confirm it's just a half-year glitch. I note the following nicely bullish comment this morning from AIP's trading RNS: "the Private Jet division delivering strong performance across US and UK" AIP have warned given the poor performance of their Commercial division, but the strong Private Jet performance should once again reflect well on HGR8. Also, HGR8 have been featured in the July edition of Finncap's monthly Hubinvest newsletter as follows FYI: Http://www.hubinvest.com/AIMPDFJuly2014_58.pdf "Hangar8 plans to pay a maiden full year dividend of 2.3p a share. This will be confirmed when the passenger jet aircraft operator and manager reports its figures for the year to June 2014 at the end of October. Management says that EBITDA will be ahead of expectations. There has been growth in the managed aircraft fleet plus additional revenues from newer services, such as in-house engineering for aircraft maintenance. Hangar8 recently opened an aircraft paint facility. Management is hopeful that the improving economy will result in increased demand for its services.""
25 Jul '14
A question for Mr Rivaldo
Good day sir, I find the shares of this company interesting, i.e. a potentially attractive investment for me. I think you would concur with me that, if [as suggested by the analyst whose report you kindly attached last week] the company were to find itself earning 30p in an imminent financial year, the share price will be significantly above the current level. One small point which, in the most respectful way possible, I wish to like to raise with you is as follows: I see that, in the half year to 31.12.2013, the year-over-year revenue gain is approximately 13% and the year-over-year gain in "trade and other receivables" is approximately 28.5%. I am not saying that this observation by itself is a big thing. It is possible that a disproportionate share of the revenue gain took place close to the end of the half-year reporting period, so the disproportionate rise in accounts receivable may have reversed itself in the second half. Do you have any concern about this one metric in the half-year figures? I thought that I would bring the foregoing to your attention. I really do like the company. I wish I had been aware of it at an earlier time, but I am thinking nevertheless that HGR8 may very well be presenting me with a good opportunity. The metaphor will sound incongruous for a company that furnishes private-plane travel, but I will suggest nevertheless that the train may be about to leave the station! By the way, I write from across the pond. I like to mention that fact because I would not wish for any reader to regard me as a poor speller if any such reader were to observe the spelling by me in the American style of a word such as "favor" without the "u." Good luck to all. Rob
18 Jul '14
Increased 30p EPS forecast
Here's a link to the new 30p EPS forecast for this year FYI: Https://www.share.com/find-investments/advanced-finder/company-overview/hangar-8/financials/forecasts/14858/
17 Jul '14
The broker forecast for the current year to 30/6/15 has now been increased to 30p EPS, up from 26.3p EPS two weeks ago, with 20p EPS forecast for the year just ended. A reasonable multiple of only 12 would give a 360p share price on 30p EPS. A more ambitious multiple given the growth here would see the share price at 450p-500p. And that's without taking into account the cash pile.
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