Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Holders Technology LSE:HDT London Ordinary Share GB0004312350 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 32.50p 30.00p 35.00p 32.50p 32.50p 32.50p 0 07:53:36
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 11.2 -0.2 -9.2 - 1.35

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01/10/2016
09:20
Holders Technology Daily Update: Holders Technology is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HDT. The last closing price for Holders Technology was 32.50p.
Holders Technology has a 4 week average price of 29.80p and a 12 week average price of 28.94p.
The 1 year high share price is 41p while the 1 year low share price is currently 22.50p.
There are currently 4,159,551 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 12,997 shares. The market capitalisation of Holders Technology is £1,351,854.08.
23/9/2016
09:48
cjohn: Well, that's certainly the most dramtic movement in HDT's share price that I can remember in many years of quarter-following the share.
27/4/2011
13:14
tictac: Management seem to be quietly getting on with doing a good job. No real short-term pressure for LED business to deliver, but clearly hope that the encouraging growth point to good returns on the longer term. Don't really see the share price doing anything much. Upside a little more likely than downside of course.
26/10/2009
15:03
liarspoker: Just did a 10 year study of the net working cap position and the high and low share prices for that year. I will list 1) the year 2) the net working cap per diluted share and 3 ) the high - low share price for that year 2008 132p 140p 66.5p 2007 105p 170p 117p 2006 98p 121p 80p 2005 96p 123p 70p 2004 84p 126p 65p 2003 66p 70p 27p 2002 69p 80p 46p 2001 78p 153p 43p 2000 75p 120p 99p 1999 68p 117p 88p So we can see that net working cap has been increasing nicely since the turn in 2003 and apart from the 70 & 80p high prices every other annual high price has been nicely above todays level.
22/4/2009
11:47
liarspoker: The reason it's trading so cheaply is because there's so little interest in the company. Just sit back, relax, keep picking up the dividend and when demand returns the share price will rocket. :O)
15/4/2009
12:36
liarspoker: Ben Graham's lost lectures: http://www.wiley.com/legacy/products/subject/finance/bgraham/benlec1.html Graham-Newman letters to shareholders: http://www.ticonline.com/graham-newman.partner.letters.html Warren Buffett's partnership letters: http://www.ticonline.com/buffett.partner.letters.html Walter Schloss 1985 Barron's interview: http://www.scribd.com/doc/14136584/Walter-Schloss-Barrons-1985 Walter Schloss' 16 Golden Rules: http://www.gurufocus.com/news.php?id=72536 Walter Schloss Collection: http://www.gurufocus.com/news.php?id=72642 Liarspoker - 26 Oct'09 - 15:03 - 39 of 39 edit Just did a 10 year study of the net working cap position and the high and low share prices for that year. I will list 1) the year 2) the net working cap per diluted share and 3 ) the high - low share price for that year 2008 132p 140p 66.5p 2007 105p 170p 117p 2006 98p 121p 80p 2005 96p 123p 70p 2004 84p 126p 65p 2003 66p 70p 27p 2002 69p 80p 46p 2001 78p 153p 43p 2000 75p 120p 99p 1999 68p 117p 88p So we can see that net working cap has been increasing nicely since the turn in 2003 and apart from the 70 & 80p high prices every other annual high price has been nicely above todays level. Compelling Valuation Holders Technology is trading at a substantial discount to net working capital. Current Assets ( excluding the current tax asset ) equal GBP 7,252,000. Total Liabilities equal GBP 2,098,000. This gives net working capital of GBP 5,154,000. Deducting 30% from the net working capital gives net net working capital of GBP 3,607,800. The market capitalisation at the moment is a mere GBP 2,630,000. Please note that the market capitalisation is also less than: ( Cash + ( Inventory X .5 ) + ( Receivables X .75 ) ) less ALL liabilities Making it a supreme bargain on assets alone. Tangible fixed assets, not included above, amount to GBP 651,000. Therefore any offer made at twice the current market capitalisation is still cheap on tangible assets alone. The goodwill of a going concern based on an operating business, customer list/relations, sole supplier status and brand name to mention a few are throw in for free at such a price. Revenue: GBP 17,481,000 ( not including inter-segment revenue ) Geographical Revenue Spread: UK: 30.15% Rest of Europe: 64.81% Asia: 5.04% Holders Technology is active in the UK, The Netherlands, Germany, Sweden, China and India. Niche market segment: Holders Technology is the sole supplier of Kemmer Equipment ( Drills, Routers, KDD Software etc ) Graphic PLC was the first company to use the KDD Software for inventory management through Holders Technology particularly liking the automatic re-stocking aspect. Accreditation: ISO9001:2000 accreditation achieved. The printed circuit board industry is currently facing strong headwinds therefore HDT have announced that H1 2009 might lead to a loss making position. However a new product line which was recently launched has shown signs of good interest and demand and is due to attribute to revenue in H2. Cash flow positive with a GBP 646,000 inflow, not accounting for dividends paid, year on year to end November, 2008. GBP 52,000 of this was due to favourable foreign exchange rates. Due to strong cash generating abilities and a strong balance sheet HDT are paying a final dividend with a yield of 4.80% on todays purchase price of 68p per share ( you can buy within the spread. Be cheeky with the MM's ). Included in current liabilities is bank debt which equals GBP 237,000. Offsetting this against cash of GBP 1,744,000 gives a net cash position of GBP 1,507,000. Final divi of 3.25p goes ex on 22nd April, Payable on 19th may.
20/2/2008
21:55
barnetpeter: My view is that the share price will fall away to around 80p as the mkt weakens. That would be the price to buy more stock.
20/2/2008
19:22
myopia: i'm not really bothered about what we said last year - i was only really interested in the curent circumstances anyway and given the wider dontext of markets etc and the flagged reduction in profits this year i don't think there'll be any marked improvement in the share price from these levels. Maybe you are being too optimistic if you feel differently.
19/2/2008
16:20
myopia: yes quite probably...and the share price is probably lower than it was last year when i wrote too.
19/2/2008
09:46
myopia: good results but pity about the profit warning at the end. Cheap based on last years results; it all depends how reduced this years profits will be to determine what the share price will do. But I don't think they'll get back to the level at which they bought them back last year any time soon unfortunately.
22/1/2008
20:39
myopia: the fall seems to be greater than can be explained simply by the general market weakness. And unfortunately even if results are ok and the dividend is decent, the price might still keep on falling as smaller shares are simply being marked down every time there's a wider shock and people are generally losing their nerve. to add to the poor sentiment, I think others in their sector are experiencing weak trading so the news is all pretty bleak for this share at the moment. However, if they do keep producing the results and the divi yield is good then in theory the value should be reflected more fully in the share price - it just might take quite a long time before this happens. I've been investing 12 years now and i'm pretty sure the last 6 months or so re the markets have been the worst period ever both generally and for me personally and I've never felt less uncertain as to where or when it will all end. Yet strangely I don't feel at all panicky, just rather resigned to things, and am even beginning to enjoy looking for opportunites again - every cloud has a silver lining!
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