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Repay Holdings Corporation

Repay Holdings Corporation (RPAY)

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5.605 52 Week Range 11.22
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About Repay Holdings Corporation

Repay Holdings Corp is engaged in providing integrated payment processing solutions to verticals that have transaction processing needs. It allows customers to pay through Mobile App, Text, Interactive Voice Response, Virtual Terminal, Hosted Payment Page and Online Customer Portal among others. It ... Repay Holdings Corp is engaged in providing integrated payment processing solutions to verticals that have transaction processing needs. It allows customers to pay through Mobile App, Text, Interactive Voice Response, Virtual Terminal, Hosted Payment Page and Online Customer Portal among others. It operates in one segment, Merchant services. Show more

Business Services, Nec
Business Services, Nec
Wilmington, Delaware, USA
Repay Holdings Corporation is listed in the Business Services sector of the NASDAQ with ticker RPAY. The last closing price for Repay was $9.50. Over the last year, Repay shares have traded in a share price range of $ 5.605 to $ 11.22.

Repay currently has 96,160,565 shares outstanding. The market capitalization of Repay is $926.03 million. Repay has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -8.38.

RPAY Latest News

REPAY Reports Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2023 Financial Results

Gross Profit Growth of 2% in Q4 and 6% Full Year 2023 Normalized Organic Gross Profit Growth1 of 13% in Q4 and 13% for Full Year 2023 Provides 2024 Outlook for Acceleration in Free Cash Flow...

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RPAY Discussion

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JohnCM JohnCM 4 years ago
ASK $25.07
mrdecember123 mrdecember123 4 years ago
new coverage today suntrust r humphries------folks are waking up
mrdecember123 mrdecember123 4 years ago
worth a re-read: cash is no longer king, folks!---Repay Holdings Sees Enduring Growth Amidst Shelter-In-Place Orders
The world still has plenty of room to transition to digital payments.
Nicholas Rossolillo
Nicholas Rossolillo
May 16, 2020 at 9:30AM
Author Bio
While initially getting clobbered with the rest of the stock market in March, Repay Holdings (NASDAQ:RPAY) stock has rallied and is up about 27% to-date in 2020. The economic lockdown is having a detrimental effect on the performance of many digital payment platforms, and this company's REPAY service is no exception.

However, the company serves industries that are behind the curve in adopting real-time digital transactions -- an area that has become more important than ever during the coronavirus crisis. Thus, the company reported a big uptick in sales in the first quarter of the year, and it thinks business is unlikely to reverse course as the crisis eases.

Q1 by the numbers
REPAY kicked off 2020 with a 58% year-over-year increase in card volume to $3.8 billion. Paired with a handful of acquisitions in the last year, that led to big growth in results, including a 20% increase in organic gross profit growth from its core platform (60% when including acquisitions).


Q1 2020

Q1 2019



$39.5 million

$23.0 million


Gross profit

$28.7 million

$17.9 million


Adjusted EBITDA

$17.4 million

$11.3 million


Adjusted net income

$11.4 million

$8.90 million



While profits not increasing as much as revenue might turn some investors off, it's important to remember REPAY is very small. This is a growth story right now, and bigger bottom-line returns will follow later. As a small outfit operating in the huge digital payments industry, merger and acquisition activity is also still ongoing.

But for now, REPAY's performance in Q1 was pretty good considering the unprecedented situation in which the world now finds itself. According to CEO John Morris, performance in the period included some weakness in repayment activity toward the end of March as lenders and consumers adjusted to the economic shutdown and worked around shelter-in-place orders. That weakness reversed course and things picked up pace again in April.

A woman holding a smartphone and card.

Deepening reliance on real-time payments
And this is where REPAY could wind up playing a key role for its customers as the world puts the pieces back together post-coronavirus. While real-time digital transactions have grown commonplace in retail and consumer-centric industries (credit and debit card penetration across all industry sales is expected to reach 67% by 2022), card payments are well below average where REPAY plays. Auto and personal loan payments, mortgage payments, and business-to-business transactions are still heavily dominated by cash (physical or check) and ACH (a form of digital transaction, but not a real-time payment as it takes at least a day for transfer).

Taken collectively, there is potentially huge opportunity here. Loan and business-to-business transactions use instant digital payments less than half of the time -- some, like mortgages, only utilize instant digital transfer about 10% of the time. Taken collectively, the sandbox REPAY is working with transacts some $1.1 trillion a year. At an annual revenue run rate just shy of $11 billion, that leaves plenty of room for the small technologist to make some moves and pick up card payment activity.

Of course, there are reasons these industries have been slow on the uptake. Servicing debt with a credit card payment typically isn't allowed. Even when using a debit card to pay off a loan, a loan servicer has to deal with interchange fees for processing the transaction. Utilizing the now legacy ACH technology, though slow, avoids that interchange rate.

But even if ACH holds up, disrupting cash and check is still a big opportunity. The future was already moving away from cash, and now that a pandemic is in the equation, processing physical money went from an increasingly expensive but necessary model to one that possibly may completely fall out of favor with the general public. REPAY is also helping drive down the cost of real-time transactions, making the form of settlement more attractive to businesses. Add to the mix REPAY's Instant Funding service (used for loan funding and other payments to consumers) that taps Visa Direct and Mastercard's networks, and this looks like a well-rounded tech platform geared to help loan providers prepare for the future.

Of course, REPAY's success still depends on it being able to sustain growth, and though it has ample liquidity and positive cash generation to withstand the current crisis, debt is elevated at $241 million. Thus, further acquisitions could require issuing more stock to pay for them. As a reminder, issuance of new stock dilutes ownership of existing shareholders.

Nevertheless, with shares currently trading at 6.2 times trailing 12-month sales, Repay Holdings has a compelling story that deserves some attention as the dust settles from the coronavirus crisis.
mrdecember123 mrdecember123 4 years ago
you KNOW you're in a winner when they do an "offering" and it climbs right back near 52 week highs-------Looking mighty strong to 25 or even 30. And the warrants should get to 4.00 in no time. And volume, too? Nice eod buy?----------------Trump slight-handed msm at eod with a statement TOTALLY short of their more negative expectations. Next week should be mighty jolly for this fine stock. I like rpayw better. It still moves far better proportionately. GLTA
JohnCM JohnCM 4 years ago
I left.
mrdecember123 mrdecember123 4 years ago
The "offering" did it------i really like this company, so now we will get an opportunity to ADD AT OUR LEISURE. As always the warrants are where the money opportunity really is. As soon as folks figure out this offering will end up being a positive, i will snap up what folks throw away. PPS target STILL for me in rpayw? 4.00+....and that will be a steal even there maybe. Remember, card companies like rpay and pays offer a safer bet than most----apolitical----not covid-frightening-------and stronger than most in uncertain economic times, too. GROWTH and STILL GROWING.---------------I believe RPAY will bounce back STRONG here soon at some point- erasing this dip----and leaving LONGS with a stronger company anyway.-------------Lower volume sell offs reveal weak hands exiting.I'll be adding to my rpayw going forward. Like i said, it moves proportionately better. GLTA
JohnCM JohnCM 4 years ago
SilverKnightLV SilverKnightLV 4 years ago
Yes, but not a lot of action on this board.
JohnCM JohnCM 4 years ago
Is Repay Holdings (NASDAQ:RPAY) Using Too Much Debt?

Simply Wall St
March 10, 2020

Howard Marks put it nicely when he said that, rather than worrying about share price volatility, โ€˜The possibility of permanent loss is the risk I worry aboutโ€ฆ and every practical investor I know worries about. When we think about how risky a company is, we always like to look at its use of debt, since debt overload can lead to ruin. We can see that Repay Holdings Corporation (NASDAQ:RPAY) does use debt in its business. But the more important question is: how much risk is that debt creating?

When Is Debt A Problem?

Generally speaking, debt only becomes a real problem when a company canโ€™t easily pay it off, either by raising capital or with its own cash flow. If things get really bad, the lenders can take control of the business. While that is not too common, we often do see indebted companies permanently diluting shareholders because lenders force them to raise capital at a distressed price. Of course, debt can be an important tool in businesses, particularly capital heavy businesses. The first step when considering a companyโ€™s debt levels is to consider its cash and debt together.

How Much Debt Does Repay Holdings Carry?

At the end of September 2019, Repay Holdings had US$204.2m of debt, up from US$94.2m a year ago. However, because it has a cash reserve of US$45.5m, its net debt is less, at about US$158.7m.

How Strong Is Repay Holdingsโ€™s Balance Sheet?

Repay Holdings had liabilities of US$34.9m due within 12 months and liabilities of US$265.9m due beyond that. Offsetting this, it had US$45.5m in cash and US$12.6m in receivables that were due within 12 months. So its liabilities total US$242.6m more than the combination of its cash and short-term receivables.

Since publicly traded Repay Holdings shares are worth a total of US$1.23b, it seems unlikely that this level of liabilities would be a major threat. However, we do think it is worth keeping an eye on its balance sheet strength, as it may change over time.

In order to size up a companyโ€™s debt relative to its earnings, we calculate its net debt divided by its earnings before interest, tax, depreciation, and amortization (EBITDA) and its earnings before interest and tax (EBIT) divided by its interest expense (its interest cover). The advantage of this approach is that we take into account both the absolute quantum of debt (with net debt to EBITDA) and the actual interest expenses associated with that debt (with its interest cover ratio).

Repay Holdingsโ€™s debt is 3.8 times its EBITDA, and its EBIT cover its interest expense 3.0 times over. This suggests that while the debt levels are significant, weโ€™d stop short of calling them problematic. The good news is that Repay Holdings grew its EBIT a smooth 46% over the last twelve months. Like the milk of human kindness that sort of growth increases resilience, making the company more capable of managing debt.

When analyzing debt levels, the balance sheet is the obvious place to start. But it is future earnings, more than anything, that will determine Repay Holdingsโ€™s ability to maintain a healthy balance sheet going forward.

Finally, a business needs free cash flow to pay off debt; accounting profits just donโ€™t cut it. So itโ€™s worth checking how much of that EBIT is backed by free cash flow. Over the most recent three years, Repay Holdings recorded free cash flow worth 75% of its EBIT, which is around normal, given free cash flow excludes interest and tax. This cold hard cash means it can reduce its debt when it wants to.

Our View

The good news is that Repay Holdingsโ€™s demonstrated ability to grow its EBIT delights us like a fluffy puppy does a toddler. But we must concede we find its interest cover has the opposite effect. When we consider the range of factors above, it looks like Repay Holdings is pretty sensible with its use of debt. While that brings some risk, it can also enhance returns for shareholders. The balance sheet is clearly the area to focus on when you are analyzing debt. However, not all investment risk resides within the balance sheet โ€“ far from it. Consider risks, for instance. Every company has them, and weโ€™ve spotted 1 warning sign for Repay Holdings you should know about.

If youโ€™re interested in investing in businesses that can grow profits without the burden of debt, then check out this free list of growing businesses that have net cash on the balance sheet.
JohnCM JohnCM 4 years ago
Should You Buy REPAY (RPAY) Ahead of Earnings?

Zacks Equity Research
May 08, 2020

Investors are always looking for stocks that are poised to beat at earnings season and Repay Holdings Corporation (RPAY - Free Report) may be one such company. The firm has earnings coming up pretty soon, and events are shaping up quite nicely for their report.

That is because REPAY is seeing favorable earnings estimate revision activity as of late, which is generally a precursor to an earnings beat. After all, analysts raising estimates right before earnings โ€” with the most up-to-date information possible โ€” is a pretty good indicator of some favorable trends underneath the surface for RPAY in this report.

In fact, the Most Accurate Estimate for the current quarter is currently higher than the broader Zacks Consensus Estimate of 15 cents per share. This suggests that analysts have very recently bumped up their estimates for RPAY, giving the stock a Zacks Earnings ESP of +2.27% heading into earnings season.

Why is this Important?

A positive reading for the Zacks Earnings ESP has proven to be very powerful in producing both positive surprises, and outperforming the market. Our recent 10-year backtest shows that stocks that have a positive Earnings ESP and a Zacks Rank #3 (Hold) or better show a positive surprise nearly 70% of the time, and have returned over 28% on average in annual returns (see more Top Earnings ESP stocks here).

Given that RPAY has a Zacks Rank #2 (Buy) and an ESP in positive territory, investors might want to consider this stock ahead of earnings. You can see the complete list of todayโ€™s Zacks #1 Rank (Strong Buy) stocks here.

Clearly, recent earnings estimate revisions suggest that good things are ahead for REPAY, and that a beat might be in the cards for the upcoming report.
JohnCM JohnCM 4 years ago
Repay partners with TurnKey Lender

Apr. 8, 2020
By: Mohit Manghnani, SA News Editor

Repay (NASDAQ:RPAY) is tying up with cloud-based lending software provider TurnKey Lender, which provides system for evaluating borrowers, decision-making support, and online-lending process automation serving U.S. and Canadian marketplace.

This integration will enable credit unions, finance companies and lenders to fund loans 24/7 and accept loan payments via card and ACH directly through the TurnKey Lender platform.

"The partnership will streamline the onboarding process for new companies on both TurnKey Lender and REPAY systems by accelerating legal verification and technical connection procedures for new customers who want to use online payment processing," said Chief Business Development Officer Elena Ionenko.
JohnCM JohnCM 4 years ago
JohnCM JohnCM 4 years ago
JohnCM JohnCM 4 years ago
Anybody here?
mrdecember123 mrdecember123 4 years ago
no reason warrants can't hit 2.50+ soon---RPAYW has far more bang for our bucks. And folks, PAYS is setting up to be a monster coming, too. Earnings coming soon there. GLTA
makinezmoney makinezmoney 4 years ago
$RPAYW: Not sure why they closed the $RPAYW board

That was for the warrants.

Anyways.......... another day and they are on fire again.

Up to $1.68

mrdecember123 mrdecember123 4 years ago
very encouraging, ebrie! And don't forget RPAYW, too. More bang for your buck. Great find here, ebrie. Thanks.
ebrie014 ebrie014 4 years ago
Great earnings and increased Guidance!

Repay Holdings Corporation (NASDAQ: RPAY) (โ€œREPAYโ€ or the โ€œCompanyโ€), a leading provider of vertically-integrated payment solutions, today reported financial results for its third quarter and nine months ended September 30, 2019.

โ€œWe are proud of our third quarter results, which included positive contributions from our TriSource acquisition, resulting in year-over-year growth in card payment volume and gross profit of 40% and 39%, respectively,โ€ said John Morris, CEO of REPAY. โ€œWe are also thrilled to have recently entered the B2B payments space with the previously-announced acquisition of APS Payments.โ€

Three Months Ended September 30, 2019 Highlights

Card payment volume was $2.6 billion, an increase of 40% over the third quarter of 2018
Total revenue on a combined basis1 was $41.1 million, an increase of 27% over the third quarter of 2018
Gross profit was $19.4 million, an increase of 39% over the third quarter of 2018
Pro forma net loss1 was ($41.4) million, as compared to net income of $3.7 million in the third quarter 2018
Adjusted EBITDA was $11.9 million, an increase of 29% over the third quarter of 2018
Adjusted Net Income was $10.4 million, an increase of 49% over the third quarter of 2018
Adjusted Net Income per share was $0.18
Nine Months Ended September 30, 2019 Highlights

Card payment volume was $7.3 billion, an increase of 33% over the first three quarters of 2018
Total revenue on a combined basis was $116.5 million, an increase of 21% over the first three quarters of 2018
Gross profit was $54.4 million, an increase of 34% over the first three quarters of 2018
Pro forma net loss was ($32.4) million, as compared to net income of $8.4 million over the first three quarters of 2018
Adjusted EBITDA was $33.7 million, an increase of 24% over the first three quarters of 2018
Adjusted Net Income was $27.1 million, an increase of 31% over the first three quarters of 2018
Adjusted Net Income per share was $0.47

2019 Outlook

The addition of APS Payments is expected to contribute the following to the remainder of 2019:

$500 million in card payment volume
$3.5 million in total revenue
$2.8 million in gross profit
$1.5 million in Adjusted EBITDA
REPAY now expects the below financial results for full year 2019, which reflects expected contributions from APS Payments. The difference between the Previous Guidance and the Updated Guidance is solely related to the contributions from APS.

Full Year 2019 Outlook

Previous Guidance / Updated Guidance

Card Payment Volume

$9.6 - 9.75 billion / $10.1 โ€“ 10.25 billion

Total Revenue

$157.0 - 162.0 million / $160.5 โ€“ 165.5 million

Gross Profit

$74.0 - 76.0 million / $76.8 โ€“ 78.8 million

Adjusted EBITDA

$45.3 - 46.8 million / $46.8 โ€“ 48.3 million

Ezzra Ezzra 4 years ago
Mind if I crash the party? M going to study up a bit on warrant's before I get my toes wet. $TBRG chart looks good. Hoping $RPAYW does the same.
chilar4567 chilar4567 5 years ago
24x7, if you like to play size games, start watching PAYS.
24x7 24x7 5 years ago
Hey dinogreeves, grabbed 10k yesterday near end of the day. Sold it midday for $2k return, and grabbed it all back same price near end of day today. All based on to charts. I'll do my DD this weekend. Great pick dude. $RPAY HAS ROOM TO MOVE UP.
mrdecember123 mrdecember123 5 years ago
you have a point. Remember the commercial, "when e.f. hutton talks, people listen"? When our busy friend stops in to talk, i listen. lol
chilar4567 chilar4567 5 years ago
He didn't go anywhere. Just busy as heck and is a mod really necessary here?
mrdecember123 mrdecember123 5 years ago
since i arrived, ebrie is no longer mod here anymore? I like his input. (sigh)
mrdecember123 mrdecember123 5 years ago
added more rpayw---------and will continue to add for warrant premium....
mrdecember123 mrdecember123 5 years ago
it has been my pleasant experience regarding warrants, that that premium or "extra umph" as i call it can be substantial. Moves seen in rpayw now will seem small when rpay gets really going. I'm seeking quite a premium more than 2.00's for rpayw. We'll see. It's nice and quiet here. I added already here once- and will again probably. GLTA
chilar4567 chilar4567 5 years ago
Welcome Mr. D.
4 W's = 100 shares @ 11.50
The way I ffigure, if RPAY is $20 (within 5 yrs) each W is worth $2.125. Without any premium
mrdecember123 mrdecember123 5 years ago
Me can be Tonto! I swear it. The similarities abound. Whereas you and ebrie are more lone ranger BRAINIACS...i be straight-up peon common sense indian man w/broken-fundamentals english, Tonto. And Tonto says, "we not be alone long now that i'm here."------------------------------------Tonto WILL bring new attention to this new RPAYW idea. Just give-em Tonto time. Tonto very busy in PRFMF he fell in love with- and PAYS he tends to like someone might tend to some garden. FULL DISCLOSURE: I am NOT tonto. I'm half german, half greek...which explains why i can barely get along with myself. (wink)-------------
mrdecember123 mrdecember123 5 years ago
I be here, boss man. Shakin' the tree, bossman. In with my first sliver. Went with warrants only. More umph! Thanks for the invite! And good to see ebrie, too.
chilar4567 chilar4567 5 years ago
Ebrie, What a pleaswure to be in such good company. I'm going to invite Mr D.
ebrie014 ebrie014 5 years ago
Im with you! Quiet and undercovered, thereโ€™s pretty good value here for a payment processor with reasonable growth prospects and strong margins.

Have some shares and some warrants for some extra torque.

chilar4567 chilar4567 5 years ago
nice day, sad to be the Lone Ranger here.
chilar4567 chilar4567 5 years ago
Sold my shares today @ small profit & invested proceeds in Ws.
Much more bang for the buck. IMO
chilar4567 chilar4567 5 years ago
Take a look @PAYS today.
Could RPAY do something similar some day?
GLTA (whoever is playing here)
chilar4567 chilar4567 5 years ago
grabbed a few today
chilar4567 chilar4567 5 years ago
Not for about 5 years
dinogreeves dinogreeves 5 years ago
Haven't looked at warrants to see the possibilities. They are usually become worthless.
chilar4567 chilar4567 5 years ago
dino, any opinion re the W's?
dinogreeves dinogreeves 5 years ago
This one was SPAC deal, which is blank check company for a reverse merger with a private company. RPAY was Thunder Bridge Resources then they reversed merged with Repay, their peers are Worldpay, Square, and PayPal. This company can grow in leaps and bounds, it should have spiked when the reverse merger was complete, but the shorts have a handle on it so far, it won't too long, with overall market being down it doesn't help it Nasdaq stock too. I am sitting with 3000 shares at 10.50 average. This company will grow tremendously if the market cooperates.
CashCowMoo CashCowMoo 5 years ago
What happened to this one?
dinogreeves dinogreeves 5 years ago
Tomorrow this breaks 13 dollars and if my intuition is right on the money, this should really take off on Monday, once 14 and 15 is broken, this will make a huge run.
dinogreeves dinogreeves 5 years ago
It's hard to tell at this point, no data. Some say, 1.5 million but I believe it is just under 1 million.
dinogreeves dinogreeves 5 years ago
Analyst coverage price target $16.00.
StockskcotS StockskcotS 5 years ago
What's the available float on this bad boy?
dinogreeves dinogreeves 5 years ago
TBRG is now RPAY.

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