Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Stanley Gibbons Group LSE:SGI London Ordinary Share GB0009628438 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 10.75p 10.50p 11.00p 10.75p 10.75p 10.75p 108,976 07:51:33
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 59.1 -28.9 -62.2 - 19.23

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Stanley Gibbons Daily Update: Stanley Gibbons Group is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SGI. The last closing price for Stanley Gibbons was 10.75p.
Stanley Gibbons Group has a 4 week average price of 11.85p and a 12 week average price of 13.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 112.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 7.75p.
There are currently 178,916,643 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 389,077 shares. The market capitalisation of Stanley Gibbons Group is £19,233,539.12.
graham1ty: Sikhthetech "Share price will take care of itself". The trouble is, there are now 180m shares in issue. So even if you think SG is worth say £40m, that is only just over 20p. And I think they will write off more than that. The more this is kitchen sinked now, the more profitable in the future ( and the more credit the new management can take). If they write stock down to negligible level, every future sale will be very profitable !! And there is so much bad news already in the share price that they could write the stock down from £55m to, say, £20m and there would be no share price reaction ( apart from a shout of I told you so). And, as they realise the value from the stock in the future, would suddenly appear very profitable
moneybags: I fully expect, that after what has 'happened' to the share price, We 'MIGHT' see a management buyout. How 'COSY' that would be at today's 'levels'.......... MMMMMmmmmmmm................... As my granny always said.............Best buying something at 10p, rather than 10 pounds. Regards , MoneyScepticalBags
hugepants: I wonder if Duck was given any severance pay? We're still in the dark as to the magnitude of the NAV write-down. Hopefully its more than in the share price but surely they could at least have given an estimate? On the bright side they've already cut costs by over £5M and they've identified more so there could be £6M+ reduction in overheads.
prop_joe: njb67, I totally agree with you, although I suspect that they have booked repurchased stock at the guaranteed repurchase price which might have been lower than retail price? But this is maybe me being a bit optimistic! Either way I agree that it would lead to a stock being overvalued and would contribute to the increased overall stock increase. I hold as the current share price is massively below the value of current assets less all liabilities so there is a buffer against inventory write-downs, creditor increases and who knows what other adjustments that might be required. So far it seems that the new management team are working hard at putting right the wrongs of the past. If they can implement some substantial improvements then I think there could be considerable upside in the share price.
clocktower: Sadly no date for the results: hTtp://
2magpies: "brando69 17 Jun'16 - 14:25 - 2427 of 2433 0 0 ... after all they produce the catalogue that says, in theory, what a stamp is worth." Not so, the SG Catalogue price is the price at which SG will sell a particular specimen. They will NOT buy at the stated price. No Sir!! In reality (i.e. @ auction)the vast majority of the listings in the SG catalogue prove to be virtually worthless. Their stock is worth something, but it is worth less and less with every passing month, IMO. The share price has fallen from 380p to 12.75p: what do you think that's telling us?? It's over? The market place, the share price, the price of stamps have all crashed.
prop_joe: Itcm1, Thanks for your insight. I often think it would make sense for them to reposition the business as an auction house making money from commissions and also steadily reduce their inventory of stamps etc without killing the market. Seems to me that they would be able to do that on a much reduced overhead base and should be able to generate a lot of cash from the inventory reduction that would result. With the share price so far below net asset value this could result in a good cash return for shareholders. If someone offered a reasonable price for any of the individual auction house brands - fantastic. Regards
hugepants: "With SG itself I think the issue is not the stamp market but the fact they have all this bloody stock and are effectively a retailer. I mean you don't see Christies holding £1BN of paintings do you??? How on earth have they got themselves into this position??? It beggars belief." Agree completely. It was the indebtedness that caused the price to collapse from £1. And looks like they used this to buy stamps! And Mallet of course. Completely off their collective trollies. However I think the company is very good value at this price. There's a huge write-down (very unlikely) in the value of the inventory factored into the current share price IMO.
hooley: Share price will trend to placing price of 10p. Might then be worth a punt in the hope of a bid/management buyout. Boys today have their tablets etc and hardly know what a postage stamp is. Who writes letters these days? I sold my 1840 2d Blues years ago. Their prices haven't changed much in 25 years!
jadeticl3: I am still a holder and in profit even at these silly prices, which are a 10 year low, because I have held for soooooo long. But seriously, how can this team stay in place when the reason for the fall in price is their poor judgement ? What good calls have they made over the last few years? The share price went up, in my opinion, because management told folk what good opportunities there were for a company like this, and that the actions taken would cash in on those opportunities. Now everyone, it seems, sees this was not the truth and the share price has crashed to levels I could not imagine 2 years ago. I can see a recovery, but not under this management!
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