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|Tipped by Midas|
|Tight market and opportunistic mark up in response to MoS tip? Plus it's cheap quality..|
|Anyone know the reason for the jump?|
|And a very nice little jump this morning|
|I agree with Katie, 80p has been a long time coming when most of my other holdings are up 20% in the last month.|
|Katie, then what sell? This looks like a solid growth story that could go on for years and with good divvies, I'm happy with progress. The problem with sudden spikes is there will be an inevitable correction, the chart says it all, no need to get ahead of ourselves...|
|That might be just what we needed to get the share price up into the 80's|
|Cheers bb2 - should be a good week ahead then :o))|
|for a newspaper that's a fairly accurate article, should see a little spike on Monday.|
|I know a few here will be happy to see Midas tip Severfield.
Profits could double..
|Thanks doodlebug, been off the BBs for a good while but decided to come back without letting them take over my day. I'm mainly using Twitter when the market is open as it doesn't interfere with my day job quite so much.
I'm slowly trying to break some bad habits and get back to the kind of investing that served me well between 2012-14. I wasted time (and money) by short term momentum AIM moves (chasing rainbows) only to get caught believing stories rather than letting the price do the talking.
I'm mainly sourcing investments via charts but am now basing the charts I buy on the stocks also having fundamentals to back it up.
I bought SFR early December and fancy it for a run beyond 100p at some point in the not too distant future.
Nice to see there are a few familiar names still posting on the BBs, the spammers haven't got rid of everybody.|
|On my watch list - good to see you back posting Greenroom.|
|Hopefully not a copper spring.|
|It is like a coiled spring at the moment, you feel it has to break this level some point soon.|
|Great to see new highs now. But still lots of upside when you consider that SFR will soon be on an ex-cash P/E of only around 12 and has traditionally been rated at far higher multiples considering its dominant position and asset backing.|
|steel etf climbing|
|Great bowl for the patient investor.|
|Dipped a toe in today, like the story, management, price & value.|
|Bought more this morning, to top up to maximum holding. I think this could be spectacular, particularly since relatively unloved.|
|Three year breakout today, which suggests return to £2 over time. Till looking for 80p to break though, before we see acceleration of the pattern. Market taking time to believe.|
|Severfield SFR Peel Hunt Buy 76.75 75.75 75.00 85.00 Reiterates|
|New highs - and another tip for SFR here:
"Build a fortune
And I reckon Tyman's construction counterpart Severfield(LSE: SFR) is on course to deliver solid earnings growth too.
Despite concerns over the impact of Brexit on the construction sector, Severfield continues to rack up new business at an impressive rate. Indeed, Severfield's order book clocked in at six-year peaks as of November, at £315m, providing the firm with terrific earnings visibility.
And Severfield's presence in India also provides plenty of revenue opportunities. The company's JSW Severfield Structures joint venture secured £29m worth of contracts just last month to build a variety of commercial and industrial structures. And the amount of business is likely to keep rising as the Indian economy booms.
The City has pencilled-in a 35% earnings advance at Severfield for the year to March 2017, creating a very-appealing P/E ratio of 15 times. And an anticipated 16% bottom-line charge in fiscal 2018 drives the multiple to a much-improved 12.9 times.
Moreover, PEG numbers of 0.4 and 0.8 for 2017 and 2018 highlight its exceptional value relative to its likely growth trajectory."|
|Should be good for Billington. Maybe there are others as well as these two..........|
|Morning Rivaldo, have you a list of the other tips ? My price target is 110p by mid year. Not that far away from there's. I'm up in North Yorkshire circa 15 miles from there Business and know a lot of employees who say the outlook has never been so good.|