Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gulf Marine Services LSE:GMS London Ordinary Share GB00BJVWTM27 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.25p -0.38% 65.75p 65.75p 66.25p 67.50p 65.75p 66.75p 332,824.00 16:35:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Aerospace & Defence 219.7 77.1 21.4 3.1 229.81

Gulf Marine Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/2/2017
15:36
Results due March, expecting good results. Tangible book value still way above current share price at £102.08
muffster
13/2/2017
08:25
Much better share price signs here this morning than for several days :-) (Philip)
pbutterworth1
12/2/2017
20:11
Thanks for the pointer to CKH nimrod. Exactly the type of play to be a winner, though I need to do quite a lot of due diligence to check its debt structure and cash burn. I think a lot of the "upside" is going to go to debt holders. Looks like Seadrill equity will near enough wiped out and even the rump left, if any, will be subject to massive future dilution. In reality debt is having to take a long term hands on approach to recovering their principal. This does not bode well for price recovery in over supplied sub-sectors.
hpcg
11/2/2017
18:05
the offshore sector is cyclical and the last few years are some of the most painful, but there will be a recovery. The trick now is to pick the winners. Photos of the numbers of offshore vessels that are laid-up are readily available eg some 17 Bourbon vsls in ASL Batam Indonesia, with a total of 100 laid-up worldwide (many in West Africa, and of modern tonnage). Tidewater close to going chapter 11 (bankrupt), Maersk splitting its divisions after suffering a loss etc (though has a finger in LSE:QFI the potential game changer on fuel). Now is a good time to be buying in at the bottom, with some indicators that a corner has been turned. GMS has some up factors and there are others out there with large cash reserves such as Seacor Holdings (NYSE:CKH) which are waiting to buy in on value assets at fire sale prices. Suggest looking to buy 3 or 4 companies that are positioned to take advantage, possibly tankers as well in the LNG trade. Only my view of course.
nimrod22
11/2/2017
16:59
Pbutterworth, you aren't an ex-navy man are you (Paul)?
hedley03
10/2/2017
18:42
No worries. Shares never go up in a straight line. At the moment this is showing classic consolidation/basing after the rapid rise so nothing to be unduly worried about IMO. It needs to break support to make me think about selling and if it breaks resistance I'll top up. Until either event occurs I am chilled out. I'm running about 40 positions like this and 90%+ of these are up - just need to play the odds and keep repeating. Have a read of Minervini as he explains what is going on
davr0s
10/2/2017
18:19
DavRos - fair enough. My point is this share price has lost momentum recently and I do not know why
pbutterworth1
10/2/2017
13:33
Ok 5weeks 3 days - let's not split hairs. I bought 1st day of the year at 51 - it's now up 15p hence 30%. So what's your point?!
davr0s
10/2/2017
09:29
DavR0s - Rubbish ! you are not up 30% in 5 weeks. 5 weeks ago the share price was 60p - now 66p thats 10% deerr
pbutterworth1
10/2/2017
09:24
Why has the share price lost momentum - being down 3.49% in a month ?? If no one can give me a sensible answer I quit. There is always somewhere else to put it.....
pbutterworth1
08/2/2017
18:52
I'm up 30% in 5 weeks - hardly dog behaviour lol
davr0s
08/2/2017
14:33
broken resistance from below 30p to where it is now. the trend is up. this clown has not a clue what he is talking about. keep de ramping punk - youre a contra indicator and quite honestly an embarrassment.
the don of dons
08/2/2017
14:24
LAM better than this dog
larva
08/2/2017
14:17
Constructors are in the very worst position. No one needs a new drill ship for a decade, no one needs a new bog standard support vessel for 25 years. So for example Lamprell, very doubtful future. Maintenance providers on the other hand have a workload correlated with the volume of oil produced, not the price of oil. Low oil prices reduce oil company spending in the short term. SESVs play in that ongoing support market, and in offshore wind, and in platform decommissioning. My concern would be if the builders start speculative building. However equity and debt are taking sufficient hits that it should make anyone involved, Norwegian vessel owners, Singaporian, Korean, German banks, have such burnt fingers that even they stop and think.
hpcg
08/2/2017
10:50
EZRA/EMAS in major financial problems, looks as if they could go to the wall.
nimrod22
07/2/2017
16:24
Also oil majors expanding their spend, with GMS likely to benefit. Nav here still about £1, so plenty of upside
muffster
07/2/2017
11:09
Any decent contract news and we are off to 75p. Long term if POO stays steady the £1.00 seems reasonable.VGLTA
seangwhite
07/2/2017
09:47
Two consecutive down days and I will sell
pbutterworth1
07/2/2017
09:45
Yes chaps, better today. Got rather a lot on this so a bit jumpy
pbutterworth1
06/2/2017
19:36
And just a small retrace before next leg up as new contract wins and results due in March
muffster
06/2/2017
19:04
Not performing ? Up over 30% in a month! What exactly do you want?
trident5
06/2/2017
18:30
Not performing lol. Consolidating after a very good run - still bullish IMO
davr0s
06/2/2017
18:10
yes it is, look at chart
muffster
06/2/2017
18:04
Sp not performing here
pbutterworth1
06/2/2017
17:58
Wow, GMS surely vulnerable.
che7win
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