Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Diploma Plc LSE:DPLM London Ordinary Share GB0001826634 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +5.00p +0.54% 926.50p 925.50p 928.50p 929.00p 908.00p 915.00p 56,788.00 16:35:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 382.6 54.0 33.9 27.3 1,049.16

Diploma Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/11/2016
17:19
jeffian - Another plus is their US operations which now the pound has dived gives them an edge. I can't see the pound strengthening anytime soon. Picked up a few prior to ex/div wait and see now :-)
losos
21/11/2016
18:01
I've held them for years. Boring I like! I bought them as a low PER/high dividend share many years ago, although they're much more highly rated now so I've had both great income and good capital appreciation. A win/win. Also like the fact that they throw off cash and have little or no borrowings, even after acquisitions.
jeffian
21/11/2016
17:39
Don't think they have that many private investors Jeffian - probably think it's too boring but that's fine by me. Good to see the organic growth tick up to 3% from the 2% in their pre-close, the return to net cash should be helpful for acquisitions too. Then there's the reference to US infrastructure spending and a potential upturn in seals if there's an OPEC deal. Finally, they've only had 3 months benefit of the lower exchange rate so far. Overall there's quite a lot to go for when I think about it at the moment.
alphabeta4
21/11/2016
14:52
Solid results. Obviously not a well-followed company!
jeffian
01/9/2016
22:27
Nice new high. I get the impression it's not a very liquid share as price movements seem quite dramatic on relatively little volume.
jeffian
06/7/2016
23:10
Sterling collapse should give nice boost to earnings here
gco1133a
09/3/2016
11:04
Somewhat surprised to see today's reaction to the acquisition, looks pretty good to me - undertaken at a PE of just over 7 and a chance to use the existing business to help drive up income and reduce costs plus at less than half a year's earnings plenty of scope to buy other businesses as they come up.
alphabeta4
04/3/2016
17:58
Wouldn't surprise me - it has typically performed well when the pound is weak against the dollar.
alphabeta4
04/3/2016
16:50
Yes, pleasing share price recovery. I wonder if it's related to recent weakness of sterling? I've noticed other $-related companies' share prices coming up too. Something like 75% of DPLM's revenues are in non-£ currencies and 'strength of £' is listed as a 'risk' in their accounts, thus 'weakness' has a correspondingly beneficial effect.
jeffian
04/3/2016
16:36
Interesting - I thought 760 would provide some resistance, I was wrong!
alphabeta4
28/1/2016
15:49
tong, you still watching here, TIA.
essentialinvestor
24/11/2015
12:07
You're welcome EI. In this market climate I am also paying special heed to share price action (in addition to fundamentals) as there are plenty of reasons for the stock market to go down and making a few good companies much cheaper in the process. Opened up a couple of shorts a while back on sp500 and ftse100 just in case.
tongosti
24/11/2015
12:00
Appreciate the view tong, thanks. I thought near £6 is worth consideration.
essentialinvestor
24/11/2015
11:55
It's my own personalised valuation thing but here it goes: average FCF margin ( I work it out over the last 10 years) is about 8% (I don't usually prefer using trailing numbers due to business inevitable short term spikes). That means that I estimate sustainable FCF to amount to about £25mln (@8% margin relative to most recent sales numbers). That means the multiple (using latest a market cap reading) on such average FCF figure stands at about 30. For a company which is finding it tough to grow organically but is looking to acquisitions to do so, the multiple looks quite generous to me. I like the company a lot but I think I will exercise some patience before I decide to get back in
tongosti
24/11/2015
11:07
Way overvalued tong?
essentialinvestor
24/11/2015
10:41
That's right EI - risk reward is not attractive yet. The company is still way overvalued in my view. In addition, market action not favourable: the share price has broken south of the 200day MA for a while now. Watching this closely as my gut feel is we will get a better entry point opportunity going forward.
tongosti
20/11/2015
14:49
Decent results but about in the price on 17X and not much growth atm?.
essentialinvestor
16/11/2015
13:38
Market seems to like the results! Having said that, this is quite an illiquid stock and any trading seems to shift the price quite significantly in either direction.
jeffian
16/11/2015
13:04
Is this a recovery or what?
petewy
22/10/2015
20:24
Gone in on a SB. Bottom has to be around 619.... Here's hoping. :)
mikewdear
09/10/2015
19:54
to 700p I note
silverfern
09/10/2015
14:45
Tipped by Naked Trader as a recovery play.
alphabeta4
25/9/2015
10:06
Anyone any info on current performance. Holders will be suffering a year's pricing stagnation at these levels. I got out around 700p so was not happy to do so but it's still on my watch list
silverfern
03/9/2015
10:45
Current ask at 666 - that's an interesting number indeed:)
tongosti
02/9/2015
14:12
I have sold all but a small holding. A too big reaction on figures that are not so bad I think but on top of the £1 fall over the last two months I am stopped out
silverfern
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