Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gulf Marine Services Plc 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
  -2.00p -4.06% 47.25p 47.25p 48.50p 48.50p 47.00p 48.00p 47,826.00 10:05:05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Aerospace & Defence 219.7 77.1 21.4 2.2 165.15

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07/12/2016
08:20
Gulf Marine Daily Update: Gulf Marine Services Plc is listed in the Aerospace & Defence sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GMS. The last closing price for Gulf Marine was 49.25p.
Gulf Marine Services Plc has a 4 week average price of 46.73p and a 12 week average price of 46.26p.
The 1 year high share price is 105p while the 1 year low share price is currently 29.50p.
There are currently 349,527,804 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 123,311 shares. The market capitalisation of Gulf Marine Services Plc is £169,520,984.94.
30/8/2016
10:17
bikwik: BIKWIK - 16 Aug 2016 - 10:23:25 - 568 of 593 Well I think the market has it wrong in that case. The time to buy is when the market pushes the shares of a fundamentally sound business to ridiculously low levels. This being a case in point. So here lies the opportunity. BIKWIK - 15 Aug 2016 - 15:17:40 - 558 of 593 Compound growth in revenue of 23% per annum between 2011 and 2015. This year will no doubt be down a bit because of the past fall in the oil price. However, oil is recovering and has further to go, so GMS revenue should pick up next year. Meantime its dirt cheap and overlooked by most. Obviously not by me and Richtea for example. First chart resistance is at 43p (when at that level the forward P/E is 3.8). So say it got to a P/E of 5, then share price would be 56p. So' i'd have thought it not unreasonable to see these at 50p within two weeks. Just letting you know. DYOR etc. BIKWIK - 15 Aug 2016 - 15:01:45 - 556 of 593 This is running ahead of the figures due on 31st August. Even allowing for companies f/c of a 25% to 30% drop in EPS, the P/E is just 3.3. NAV of £285m (current mkt cap of £131m) so its trading at less than half of book. Graham Ratio is 0.23....i.e dirt cheap. Pre tax margins of between 35% and 40% from 2012 to 2015. Debt is high but is easily being serviced. Yields about 1.5%, but dividend cover is very high at nine times!! Obviously they could easily raise the dividend, though they may not do just yet. Plus its a great business. Check it out for yourselve. Plus the chart is very nice.
22/8/2016
13:17
jamiemp: I am both an experienced investor and someone who works in oil and gas. The pricing is because they are a whisker away from breaching their covenants. They overextended themselves at the peak of the market. So its a bet on management and whether they can control costs and their lenders to ride it out. Otherwise they will have to raise money by diluting the present share price. I am long but conscious of the risk.
15/8/2016
14:17
bikwik: Compound growth in revenue of 23% per annum between 2011 and 2015. This year will no doubt be down a bit because of the past fall in the oil price. However, oil is recovering and has further to go, so GMS revenue should pick up next year. Meantime its dirt cheap and overlooked by most. Obviously not by me and Richtea for example. First chart resistance is at 43p (when at that level the forward P/E is 3.8). So say it got to a P/E of 5, then share price would be 56p. So' i'd have thought it not unreasonable to see these at 50p within two weeks. Just letting you know. DYOR etc.
31/5/2016
09:15
tudes100: Gervais Williams from What Investment - 3 bargain smaller Co's For his final selection, Williams turned his thoughts to the mining sector, and remarked, ‘for understandable reasons, lots of share prices have fallen here, and that has created some opportunities. One of those we like the most is Global Marine Services.’ He added that the company provides jack up barges for the oil sector, using those barges is, he claimed, cheaper than existing technology. Williams said, ‘the shares are cheap, because understandably, the company found some of the contracts it had were not worth as much as they hoped, and some contracts that were on option were not taken up. But the share price has gone down a long way, and the price to earnings ratio is only 3.’ The Miton UK Smaller Companies fund has returned 5.6 per cent over the past year, compared to 2.6 per cent for the average fund in the sector over the past year.
14/4/2016
20:31
petes5: The problem is with this company is that its involved with offshore vessels in the oil industry. There will have to be a bigger and sustained raise in the oil price before any effect will be seen on the share price. Rig rates are declining still with most oil companies wanting even lower prices. More rigs are being stacked with the prospect of a lot more going the same way once contracts have run out. For the offshore oil industry its very much doom and gloom and I cannot see any recovery for at least 2-3 years in the offshore sector. There are some who think it may never recover. Any rise to $50-60 will see fracking taking off again with the prospect of the tap being turned to full by Saudi. I am a long term holder who should have know much better (work in drilling) but was hoping that this company would be more involved in decom of platforms which could be big business around the world and that is why I invested. I sit in hope.
06/4/2016
13:27
imranawan: Thanks Eastbourne and for your thoughts. I have around 35-40 stocks, but am trying to cut this down to 20-25 stocks. I find it difficult to manage this many stocks alongside a job, and family commitments. Running a slightly more concentrated portfolio would help focus my funds on my best ideas. With a p/folio of 30-40 stocks, at times I feel I'm running a tracker fund! Sheikh - I hold AVAP and have done for the last 18 months. You're right that they've got a lot of debt, but you can't really value them on a PER basis (although their cheap even on this basis). You really need to value them on a NAV basis, and I believe they are trading at a discount to the NAV on the balance sheet. The key to AVAP is how quickly they can increase the size of their fleet. They also have the tailwind of air travel which is growing so if they continue to increase their fleet size profits should also increase. Management have done it before although the CFO is a real salesman and too focused on the share price whenever I've seen him present at events in the UK. Good luck with whatever you decide to do.
06/4/2016
12:34
eastbourne1982: Obviously you only know if you are right or wrong after the event, you could still be right, the number of times I have been tempted by something that looks cheap but haven't bought and two weeks later the share price is up 25 - 30%, you win some and lose some (for a while at least). I was tempted by these this morning at 58.25 but haven't pulled the trigger yet, the chart is dreadful and the debt pile clearly unsettles investors. The amazing thing is for the share price to get back to the level it was just 6 - 8 weeks ago requires a 50% increase.
22/3/2016
10:48
imranawan: I echo your thoughts robroy. I'm unsure what prompted the update yesterday afternoon. I'm glad I haven't averaged down here, as given the uncertain outlook I would have compounded my misery. I thought the cash generation was very good, debt is a worry, but much of this is already in the price. I'd like to see the share price establish at around these levels, and some momentum in trading before adding anymore.
15/3/2016
08:53
tintin82: I think we might be surprised. Remember the vast majority of GMS revenue comes from OPEX not CAPEX streams. The plunge in oil 'should' in theory not hurt them that bad. All those rigs still need services. Off course we can expect rates to have taken a hit, but to what extent remains to be seen. Although I am hopeful, the share price is telling me a different story!
13/3/2016
13:16
seangwhite: Anyone wanting to guess how the results out on 22ND might effect the share price If the oil price has bottomed it could mark the same for the GMS share price.GLTA
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