Shares of TAH have slipped about 6% lower over the last 10 trading sessions.
With their AGM scheduled for tomorrow, we believe is worthwhile to recap some of the company’s performance numbers released in August; this was the first report to reflect the TAH/Tatts merger.
The highlights of the report were: EBITDA up 69%, Revenues rose 71%, net profit of $28 million and EPS growth of 1.9 cents a share versus a 2.5 cent loss last year.
We believe the AGM will be a platform for TAH to announce further synergy savings from the merged entity, new product ideas and increasing revenue in the digital gaming sector.
TAH was added to our ASX Top 100 portfolio in February and our ALGO engine triggered a buy signal in early April at $4.22.
We see good value in TAH at current levels with a medium-term target of $5.40.