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|:) Matt. Still a long way to go yet.|
|Slowly but surely regaining its poise. Ludicrously undervalued down at 93p, but the market does have a habit of throwing up these opportunities. Just a pity that I was already fully loaded.|
|Bought into these today - technically looking strong - RSI >50|
|Haywards can u buy some more please...you've had a pleasing effect on the share price!|
Maybe a bit ofositive press?|
I am greedy, I would expect both dividend income (7% +) and capital growth as the business performance continues to gain traction and grow the bottom line profitability.
The current P/E of around 7 and divi yield of around 7% does not really stack up for a company that is growing it's bottom line profitability.
On the back of continuing progress, I would hope for 150 + within the next year.|
|Welcome haywards any particular reasons you have joined us? Dividend or capital growth|
|I joined the party here today :)|
|qvg - FRP is a bargepole stock in my view. I don't like the company or what it does and the market reaction is fully justified. Good luck if you hold, not one for me, but thanks for the reminder.|
have you looked at FRP?|
|maybe a trading update is what we need. had one on this date last year.|
|LGEN, CLLN, IRV, SIV, CIU and the bargain of them all is CNCT. All are on single figure PEs and all offer high yields. With EPWN that's a magnificent seven good companies in total. I own a full proportion of each stock in my portfolio.|
|I share your concerns Lordgnome. The price seems to be grinding down. Like you I am reluctant to add as it appears there is a seller in the market. Having said that a lot of building related stocks have fallen sharply since Brexit and not recovered. Alumasc is another stock and even Safestyle which has performed very well since its IPO has fallen back a fair bit. I guess we have to wait for the next TU. GLAH|
|I wonder if we'll have a trading update this week. was on 2nd November last year.|
|Imran - Still hold some but was fortunate enough to take some profits last year at levels somwhat higher than the current share price. Yield looks tasty again at current price, although as you point out the chart doesn't look promising. Re-test of the summer lows looking a strong possibility. Trying to steer clear of AIM companies nowadays which is likely to prevent me from adding here regardless of what happens.|
|Indeed - speedsgh, I own a few but am reluctant to add any more given the fall in share price and chart. Do you hold?|
|Imran - opportunity knocks?|
|Good results by BWY today. Should surely help this company. IMHO.|
|Still unloved and looks like it will re-test the lows following Brexit. EPWN and NXR both unloved by the market supported by decent dividend yields.|
|New Edison research note released today...
Making good headway - HTTP://www.edisoninvestmentresearch.com/research/report/epwin-group9/preview/|
|OK so there's some discussion here FWIW~:-
I have beem looking closer at the numbers and have concluded that on valuation terms using a number of measures it's pretty cheap. In terms of quality and balance sheet it may miss a number of screens because its sales growth over 5 years is lacking and that recent acquisiton has increased debt. What's interesting however is its marin growth which in turn has led to a large growth in terms of profitablility. Also the stock is cash generative to the extent that £5.0m of that debt has already been re-paid along side that very healty dividend (which in itself is covered well considering the high yield)
The increase in sales this past period is acquisition-led of course and the dip in price of late (related to BREXIT) has yet to recover. I suspect this has been a bit of a buying opportunity because EPWN looks to have astute management which is capable of building the business.|
|Aagh... please make it stop!|
Do you have chickens on your small holding?
I was just wondering if you will be supplying those free range eggs.
I like those.... although the other day when I stopped at a local outlet and asked: "can I have some of you range-eggs", the lady seemed to want to charge me for them (which was disapointing).
Meanwhile I have been thinking that shares in EPWN might be worth at least 140 pence each.
(I will be egging it on).|