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Scientific D. LSE:SDI London Ordinary Share GB00B3FBWW43 ORD 1P
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  +0.00p +0.00% 26.00p 25.00p 27.00p - - - 0 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 8.5 0.5 1.2 22.2 23.10

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Scientific Digital Imaging Daily Update: Scientific D. is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SDI. The last closing price for Scientific Digital Imaging was 26p.
Scientific D. has a 4 week average price of 23.75p and a 12 week average price of 18.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 30.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 9p.
There are currently 88,840,194 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 120,392 shares. The market capitalisation of Scientific D. is £23,098,450.44.
pj 1: I suppose the negative to the SCSW article is that some of today's buys will be hot money, disappearing no doubt on the next multi-bagger potential tip. As rivaldo has pointed out a number of times I feel this is a share where it is better to concentrate on the Company and fundamentals, rather than the short term share price.
rivaldo: Don't be ridiculous. ALT more than tripled and almost quadrupled post-tip, and was on a stratospheric rating. SDI was above 20p even before the first SCSW article :o)) SDI are now on a P/E of 12.7. I suspect the share price may well bounce back upwards now that awareness is that much higher.
hastings: PJ1,I largely agree with you on the point of ProReveal and expectations, which is most likely in part due to the share price spike up to the dizzy heights of 28p back in 2013. My understanding is that previous management of the system believed the NHS would quickly embrace the tech, and why not. Mike Creedon is very much a realist and is not in the business of overplaying prospects, being fully aware of the slow and grinding mechanics of the NHS. That said, if there is something meaningful to report on ProReveal they will no doubt update us as and when. I take heart from the Chairman's comments below and from my last visit when speaking to one of the team on the system. Hopefully, this will now on the back of the guidance as posted by Shanklin above really be a matter of timing, which is moving increasingly closer. "The uptake of the test has been slower by the NHS in the UK. However, since the UK Department of Health (DoH) published additional new guidelines in July 2016 which provide the limit of acceptable protein contamination on re-usable surgical instruments (, there has been increased interest in ProReveal. Currently, it is the only available CE-marked instrument capable of measuring less than 50ng of protein and thus meeting DoH requirements".
pj 1: You're sounding more like a short term trader than an investor. There is imo more than 100% + to play for here medium term so a penny here or there is irrelevant in the bigger picture. Buy the Company not the share price if you are an investor
rivaldo: Wow - online you can buy a maximum of just 100 shares, whereas you can sell 150,000 shares at 14.7p, i.e almost the mid-price. It seems the share price is only going one way (upwards!) judging by that.
mudbath: "Whilst under the terms of the Bridge Facility the funding available under that facility is only available for two months following the Acquisition, the Directors believe that, subject to agreement on the terms, the Company would be able to refinance the Bridge Facility so as to enable the amount outstanding under the Bridge Facility to be repaid over the medium term. There can, however, be no guarantee that such a refinancing would be available, leaving the Company in default, and the terms of any such refinancing, if available, may be on terms that are more onerous than the terms of the Term Loan Facility." The date for any potential default has now passed. On the basis that the bridge has now been refinanced over a medium term,I am of the opinion that the SDI share price might now start to edge upwards,reflecting the possibility of the Company being able to surprise the market,on the upside,come the next RNS.
mudbath: Although the SDI share price has edged downwards this morning the MMs are actually and unusually bidding for stock today.I could therefore envisage the fall shortly being reversed as a precursor to increasing interest taking the price higher in the run up to the release of the interim results.
mudbath: Amazingly,imo,the SDI share price has today remained implacably marooned on an 11-12 pence quote.There are so many positives abounding that an upward re rating is surely imminent. One last snippet before I take a short rest from posting here. Don Whitley Scientific Limited develops, manufactures and sells equipment and associated products for microbiology and cell culture applications worldwide and is THE LEADING INTERNATIONAL SUPPLIER TO THE MICROBIOLOGY AND TISSUE CULTURE INDUSTRIES. They issued the following press release yesterday. New Software for ProtoCOL 3 November 12th, 2014 by Michelle Kitsell "Don Whitley Scientific is pleased to introduce a revolutionary new software module for the ProtoCOL 3 automated colony counter. The addition of this unique software, makes ProtoCOL 3 the world’s first commercial automatic microbial identification and counter of colonies cultured on CHROMagar plates and means that with minimal training, microbiologists can use the system to rapidly identify and enumerate all key clinical, water and food-borne pathogens. The new ProtoCOL 3 software module was developed by Synbiosis, world-leading manufacturer of automated microbiological systems, and major media manufacturer CHROMagar. This module ensures that the ProtoCOL 3 system can accurately identify any bacteria or yeast cultured on a CHROMagar plate in less than a minute, saving microbiologists hours of visually inspecting colonies, and manually recording results. The ProtoCOL 3 system performs these ground-breaking tasks by utilising unique, patented red, blue and green lighting to capture a life-like colour image of the colonies on the plates. The new software module analyses the image and is so sophisticated that it can distinguish between rose pink and dusty pink, as well as turquoise from steel blue. This allows precise identification of common pathogens, including Salmonella spp., Staphylococcus aureus, Candida albicans, E.coli, Group B Streptococci, Listeria spp., Vibrio spp and Pseudomonas spp. The system also simultaneously enumerates the different coloured colonies of each species, providing objective, consistent data and reducing operator errors, to generate accurate results which can be stored as images and Excel spreadsheets. Kate George, Applications Specialist at Synbiosis explained: “When manually processing large numbers of plates, microbiologists find identifying and counting microbes time-consuming, repetitive tasks and have often requested a system that can automate these. Accurately identifying microbial pathogens, as well as enumerating so many types of colonies on different agars is difficult. However, we have worked extensively for several years with CHROMagar and are delighted with the resulting powerful analytical software because it makes the ProtoCOL 3 the only commercial system that can perform this seemingly impossible rapid microbial identification task.” Kate added: “Clinical microbiologists, as well as food, beverage and water quality control scientists looking to obtain precise microbial identification results and increase their colony counting throughput can now enjoy these benefits by installing a ProtoCOL 3 with its revolutionary rapid identification software in their laboratories.” I am looking forward to reading the Interim Results for Scientific D I. Hopefully they will promote themselves a little more forcefully.
mudbath: Bakunin. All your points regarding SDI instrumentation are valid even though somewhat hypothetical(imo).I am awaiting the impending interims for further guidance. Hopefully,for holders,the SDI share price might rise in the intervening period.
mudbath: bookbroker. I feel confident that the SDI share price will soon surpass that recent high at which you wished you had sold. Stick with these for a rewarding couple of years imo.
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