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|Knocking on £18 chart looks tidy.|
|Precisely. I have held shares for some time in AVV,SXS and WTB, all higher than XPP, and it hasn't done them any harm. A share split is just a golden opportunity for corporate advisers, registrars and lawyers to get their snouts in the additional fees trough. Even more so here because the company is Singapore domiciled and we own not the shares but DIs.|
|lol yes but a 20% increase in a share price is still 20% no matter if its a £2 move or a 36p move its still 20%
I agree with you the price of £18/share does scare people but it shouldn't I have a number of such priced shares and too be honest once you have a few and watch the price movements on a daily basis there's nothing to be scared of|
|I'm already heavily loaded here more than i like for the liquidity but a break and hold thro £18 and i'll add, equally if it falls back to a point of solid support i'd also add.
|we've both been here a long time and it's been very rewarding particularly on dividends and a fair bit of captial appreciation too albeit from some time ago.
If they do 20% revenue yoy we are going to see a re-rating even with the current capital structure.
The problem is many investors look at £18/share and it scares them off as it's got to move nearly £2 just to make 10%.
As you say 10:1, now that would be interesting £1.80/share and 192m shares i figure we'd see an immediate 20% uplift based on todays outlook statement but wtfdik.
Welcome, good luck with your investment
A good point on the stock split maybe even a 10 for 1. Otherwise we'll start getting into Berkshire Hathaway territory.
I like the update (usually that's so with XPP).
On some standard measures we're not what I'd call cheap...however according to Stockopedia we qualify dor NT's "growth investing" portfolio so we certainly need to apply a larger ration than a standard measure.
This is one of the highest quality stocks on the FTSE in my estimation and with these electrical manufacturers consolidation is often (sadly) the destination. In these cases I like an EV vs profit calcualtion (because that whats Acquirer's look at, along with niche skills/ specialisms, market entries).
Nice barrier to entry, great production facilities wel-placed geographivally also, XPP has it all for me and the encouraging growth outlook means a much higer than usuall rating can be fully justified. I could hold this for a long time.|
|I bought in todayI have before but sold when it remained range boundThis time ....|
|order intake for the fourth qtr 23% ahead of comparable period. investors slow to catch on imv.
fwiw i think they'd be wise to do a 5 for 1 forward share split to increase the number of shares available, the share price would fly if it were a little more liquid
|every chance of that fozzie, the growth in revenues is pretty decent imv. forecast revenue was just under £125m according to digital look so just under £130m beats forecast. We're beginning to see the benefits of the embedded systems coming thro'.
On this basis I'd expect eps to be around 110p but we'll see when the numbers come out. per around 16 with a yield of 4%. And next year is looking strong so far so what's not to like.
|Yet another positive statement from the company. We will have to wait for the results to get the full picture but all looking very healthy. Loving that 70p dividend but would like to see this move up and out of its range bound channel.|
|we've been in a consolidation channel now for three years range bound between 1400p support and 1800p resistance. when it breaks the 1800p resistance it's going to go something imho.
|1800 hit, happy days, that 2000 medium term looks gettable to me.|
|I love this stock, one of the few divi shares I hold and always amazed it doesn't get any attention.
Lots of $$$ earnings (75+%) is't going to harm FY figures either.|
|And we might even get a break-out from the 1700 level so long a resistance!|
|great TS, great divi, great business. looking forward to £20/share in the medium term.
|Quite so. Everything on track seems to be the usual report from XPP whenever there is an updatre.
Some ecouraging indications on N.America too. Although it's not cheap on standard measures (not hugely expensive either), the growth indications coupled with the quality of the outfit and its attractiveness an an acquisition target make this very attractively priced IMO.
I do think XPP will get snapped up at some point and my exit strategy would probably revolve around waiting for that to occur. The divi is still pretty tidy and the track record of rising divi (despite the cap-ex invested) is fantastic.|
|Same old same old, class act!|
|Q3 Trading Statement due tomorrow on 7th October 2016. Hopefully more of the normally good news|
|Trading statement imminent Let's see how much fx has impacted|
|A bright spot in a sea of red|
|Tipped in today's Shares Magazine edition in the "Under the Bonnet" section (pages 34 & 35), concluding that, "With XPP continuing to pay down debt and invest in its future while maintaining its quarterly dividend run rate, this looks an increasingly reliable, cash generative growth company."|
|I was hoping the market reaction might have been a little stronger to what I saw as really solid results given the macroeconomic climate but last few yrs the share price seems to have picked up in the weeks after. I doubled my holding at the end of June in the carnage so happy with the pick up since. Its a top 20 holding for me rather than top 10 but happy to accumulate more over the coming years. Really rate the management here who haven't put a foot wrong since I've been a holder.
Used to hold PRV and sold far too early, older & wiser now. Have decent holdings in a range of mid caps that don't have too much in common other than the quality of the management team - SUS, VP., TRI, TEF, XPP, KLR, etc|
|Thorp i know we've both been here quite some time now and it may have been foolish in terms of portfolio management but from my original holding i've just kept accumulating on most of the larger dips over the last three years consolidation phase, taking the divi's in the process. Given the illiquidity this may not be the most sensible approach but the management have never let us down and I'd continue to add if we saw a significant recession and share price falls.
My longer term view/hope is at some point XPP will get acquired at a significant premium, at least that way i won't have worry about how to dispose of my holding.
I've been in and out of ZTF too over the years but I am beginning to take the same approach there as well, similarly PRV|