Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Judges Capital LSE:JDG London Ordinary Share GB0032398678 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1,475.00p 1,450.00p 1,500.00p 1,475.00p 1,475.00p 1,475.00p 696 07:31:48
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 0.0 0.0 0.0 - 90.04

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Judges Capital Daily Update: Judges Capital is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker JDG. The last closing price for Judges Capital was 1,475p.
Judges Capital has a 4 week average price of 1,452.50p and a 12 week average price of 1,452.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,875p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1,162.50p.
There are currently 6,104,628 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,440 shares. The market capitalisation of Judges Capital is £90,043,263.
napoleon 14th: oregano - me too. I sold out years ago thinking 300% was profit enough at c. 500p but they tripled again! They say profit warnings come in threes. David Cicurel is very astute but IMO he's only starting to ascertain the problem, which could be why it has not been quantified. He will have to produce figures to convince anyone experienced that JDG are a buy again, if & when.... Indeed, he's unusually honest in saying that he, & other directors I presume, still doesn't understand why sales slowed up in 2014, so how can he gauge the damage this time? Hence the RNS without figures... I also noticed him saying that a lot of JDG sales are one-offs, hinting that the short term problem with JDG's quality products mean they last 20 years! Perhaps JDG have satisfied their market more than they expected? Uncertainty is always a handicap to a share price, so I'm staying out for now. Last time this happened the share price went from £24 to £12 in two main moves/gaps in under three months! I still like the company, but "caveat emptor".
cockerhoop: Fascinating that the share price increases by over 10% after a tip in SCSW and by 5% after an acquisition that adds 25% to operating profit!
cockerhoop: Pugugly, I'm interested that you have sold appeared to have had negative views on the company when the share price was approx £12.50 suggesting that it would go lower (from memory below £10.00) so i'm intrigued that you didn't sell then if holding at that point and if you were buying it doesn't really fit with your posts. Perhaps you could explain?
cornishman33: SCSW have started a new portfolio this month and JDG is their first purchase (along with OPAY). The previous portfolio rose about 1200% over 13 years, so I will be following with interest. I already have both these stocks so I hope the good performance continues. I am aware that sometimes the share price has already risen a bit before they announce their purchase, making it difficult to buy at the price quoted,but I think that counter that they ignore divi income, and in the previous portfolio a few of the shares produced very good divi returns, like PHTM.
pugugly: (IMO) Until there is evidence of real organic growth (or at least 1 excellent purchase - and they are becoming as scarce as hens' teeth - asking EBITDA's are too high) then I would suggest a forward p/e of 10 to 12 for this excellently run company is high enough. Suggest a share price (assuming WHI are reasonably correct) of £8:50 to £10:50.
cockerhoop: If I recall correctly the last profit warning in December 2009 when the share price dropped from approx £1.50 to just over £1 proved to be a decent entry point. The weakness in order book had corrected itself by Jan 2010 and the shareprice enjoyed a excellent run until recently. To suggest the company is ex-growth when most recent increases in profitability have come from acquisitions is IMO premature.
davidosh: We know from experience that every deal done by DC and the team has been a very good one and the share price will kick on by 20% or so once it is announced ....the question is who knows when the next one will be ? Forecasts do not allow for acquisitions and they generally do well with like for like increases each year too.
13:46 Since bottoming at under 60p in 2009 the share price has risen 37-fold in 5 years. It more than doubled last year, and is up more than fivefold over the past 2 years. I've held them for some time but I upped my stake at the start of today.
gengulphus: Not sure what to make of it, but the share price has certainly taken a knock over the last couple of days, ... I'd have thought it's pretty clear what has happened... The share price had risen around 15% in the last month or so, and the buyers will have included both long-term and short-term investors. The latter will have been attracted by the momentum and hoping to sell for a quick profit, and they will know that 15% per month is a rate of share price increases well beyond what any company can sustain for more than weeks or maybe a few months, so they're looking for any sign of the rise faltering with the aim of taking profits. When the share price remained pretty much unchanged over Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday last week, that was the signal for some of them to start selling - and once that caused the share price to fall noticably, that triggered others into selling. Meanwhile, long-term investors would also know the short-term price rise is unsustainable and so be thinking more in terms of buying on the dips and less in terms of buying immediately. With short-term investors selling and long-term ones waiting to buy, the share price is going to drop... At some point, though, the short-term investors will run out of shares they want to sell and/or out of profits to take, and the long-term investors who want to buy more will decide there's been enough of a dip to start buying again, and then the share price falls will cease and probably reverse into rises again... Obviously that picture is oversimplified - both groups will contain a wide variety of attitudes towards the shares. But I believe it's the essence of what is going on here - and indeed a frequent pattern of events across the market. Gengulphus
cornishman33: Thanks for posting that Supersturrock (That's not a reference to Paul the former Plymouth manager, is it?). I have had these for over 4 years now, and they are easily my best ever investment. The article seems to have moved the share price by introducing the company to new investors who had probably never heard of JDG or David Cicurel, as it appears to have made another ATH, with a very high (for JDG) number of trades. CR the creator of this thread originally brought JDG to my attention, so thanks to him as well.
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