Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Safestyle UK LSE:SFE London Ordinary Share JE00BGP63272 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.25p +0.47% 267.25p 265.75p 268.75p 270.00p 265.00p 270.00p 148,421.00 16:35:12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 148.9 14.0 17.8 15.0 214.45

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08/12/2016
08:20
Safestyle Daily Update: Safestyle UK is listed in the Household Goods & Home Construction sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SFE. The last closing price for Safestyle was 266p.
Safestyle UK has a 4 week average price of 256.51p and a 12 week average price of 263.66p.
The 1 year high share price is 296p while the 1 year low share price is currently 205p.
There are currently 80,242,143 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 99,696 shares. The market capitalisation of Safestyle UK is £214,447,127.17.
13/7/2016
16:24
discodave4: Thanks Buffetteer.I do see what you mean I just can't see which is better for a shareholder, divi or buyback.I will read some more. Have already read bits on Next and Wolfsons reasoning as was in NXT for a while. To be honest never really saw them only buying back on "the dips". Likewise hold AHT who are doing a buyback and basically they only seem to be buying 100,000 shares every day irrespective of the share price until the allotted capital has been spent.Thanks again.DD
17/3/2016
07:44
salchow: So there is a special dividend. Of no particular interest to myself. I would prefer it to be used for further expansion or maybe a share buyback but only at times when the share price drops back. All I will do is use it to buy a few more shares! I have just realised what a good business this is to be in. We have had our own double glazing for around 12 years (now out of guarantee) and we find a few windows misting up and needing replacement. The person who came suggested 15 years is a reasonable expectation before renewal is required so great ongoing business prospects!
24/1/2016
16:38
tintin82: The share price action has been masked with the wider climate last week. Although the breakout was highly encouraging, the sell off was concerning. SFE always seem to deliver, especially with the push into S England. Lets hope tomorrow is a belter, and a bit of a better week for all than last.
05/1/2016
19:46
imranawan: Cheers DiscoDave. I might use the charting facility on IG as they seem to have pretty robust data. Regardless of volume, its great to see the share price in an upwards trajectory. I also hold a few EPWN and its nice to see the price of both being strong even when the FTSE has found it tough.
22/10/2015
09:17
caradog: Positive enough to send the share price down8%?
16/7/2015
08:13
discodave4: Quick calcs - H1 Rev £74m, so basic eps about 9p. Revs last year were not too seasonally weighted so assume year end approx. 18p. (consensus 17.6p according to DLook).However, perhaps the conservatory re-furb income will kick in more during H2 (only started April)?.Just taking 18p as the year end eps, at 15x PER (IMV seems reasonable given the growth and yield) that's a share price of 270p - some way to go yet by the looks of it.All IMV, DYOR, etc.GLDD
28/5/2015
08:54
buffetteer: Oops ! still trying to kick the habit -really mustn't let it infect my blogs. Meant to say 'buybacks' which to me make a lot of sense ; A. when the company is throwing off lots of cash and adding to cash pile -£8.5m last year & expected £15m this year end. B. when the intrinsic value is probably 20-30% higher than the current share price , buybacks would enhance shareholder value but income funds want divis. C. Capex is only £2m per annum of their £15m cash generation. D. Strategy is to grow by product extension ,geographically with new offices -2 per year so no need for the cash pile. I understand that they may not want to buyback so soon after flotation but it seems a shame not to add value to a great business rather then pay it back in a tax unfriendly way.
17/2/2015
13:22
tintin82: These boards are very useful for the sharing of information and understanding of particular things. However one of the more dangerous aspects of that is the 'support' that they provide. When a share price is tanking due to a deterioration in fundamentals, the 'support' of others can lead to your own inaction. Basically we all feel better if others agree with us and our position, even if we have doubt ourselves. Not a problem with SFE as the fundamentals speak for themselves. But as the above, DYOR.
10/2/2015
12:34
imranawan: Am a holder in Safestyle and agree that the share price hasn't moved as much as I would have liked, but am happy to wait and collect the dividends. I've looked at Entu, and agree they are a growing company, but the directors shenanigans prior to the IPO put me off.
02/2/2015
20:14
tintin82: This share ticks the boxes on so many levels its crazy, Revenues up, market share up, pays dividend, solid management, cash in the bank (and rising). Added to that my 3 yr old can explain the business model... what is more to want. A share price rise? Yes of course, but I am quite happy at theses levels and the opportunity to top up when I can. The market always notices value, it is just a matter of time.
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