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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Discoverie Group Plc LSE:DSCV London Ordinary Share GB0000055888 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  18.00 2.85% 649.00 650.00 654.00 655.00 629.00 629.00 92,323 16:35:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 379.2 17.1 27.1 23.9 620

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/6/2022
10:14
Looking good for a price bounce. Excellent company - products, margins, potential for growth despite headwinds. Gw
ih_451482
24/6/2022
10:02
Topped up my holding in these this morning I see this as a great long term hold for the next 20 yrs. superb company
r2oo
14/6/2022
08:38
Does it matter these days? Everything will just follow the US down
mngf
14/6/2022
08:00
nice results out this morning Or are they any good? Does anyone know?
netcurtains
15/5/2022
09:53
For me, Soli would like to think of itself in the same league as DSCV, but it’s a case of wishful thinking. My opinion. As for the weakness this year - it’s a case of bringing the rating down from totally unjustified levels of before. Great company but not yet worth the premium levels of earlier.
eigthwonder
13/5/2022
09:40
Seems to be a great business which makes great long term shareholder returns albeit recent movements suffered due to macroeconomic events. "Soli" is a smaller business in same sector with similar characteristics which is rated more lowly therefore may have more upside potential.
powen1979
21/2/2022
11:25
"Events dear boy - events" Prime Minister Harold Macmillan (1894–1986)
hawaly
21/2/2022
11:06
Does anyone have any idea what is going on with this share?
donny13
16/2/2022
18:04
..from last year... Company overview: discoverIE Group is a designer, manufacturer and supplier of innovative components for electronic applications. The Group has 2 main divisions – Design and Manufacturing (D&M) and Custom Supply. The former has transformed from a UK business at the beginning of the last decade to a full-blown global business across 24 countries, with more than a quarter of revenue generated outside of Europe. The Custom Supply is also operating internationally, with logistics centres in Germany, UK and Hong Kong. Most of the sales come from D&M. DSCV is providing solutions for 4 industries – Renewable energy, Transportation, Medical, and Industrial & Connectivity. The blended approach towards growth with numerous acquisitions over the past 10 years has generated significant goodwill on the balance sheet of more than £100m (25% of total assets). During the last 12 months the company has acquired 5 businesses for initial consideration of £109m. The FY2021 results show no impairments, meaning prior to investing a good look in the subsidiaries is required. Growth is solid, with revenue and EPS CAGR at 9.57% and 3.69% respectively. The lower percentage on the EPS is primarily due to continuous dilution from issuance of shares over the past 10 years. ROCE was at 6.45% for FY21 and gearing is currently at 32.9%, which is on the higher end to what we would like to see. To balance it off, there was a good dividend payment of 10.2p for FY21. Valuation is average at best, with P/E and EV/EBITDA higher than the average of the sector (33 and 24.24 respectively). Lates communication from the company is in the form of a trading update, which unfortunately gives us very little detail on the financials. The company is proud of its progress on reducing carbon emissions and new acquisitions profitability. Following the equity placing in September, they have managed to cut the gearing below their target range of 1.5-2.0 to 1.4x. The important line of the update is in the second paragraph, management is saying despite the headwinds “Group performance for the first half is ahead of Board’s expectations”. Brilliant! That’s what we like to hear. We will be keeping an eye on the stock as it may get an upgrade following continuous outperformance....from WealthOracleAM https://wealthoracle.co.uk/detailed-result-full/DSCV/201
km18
09/2/2022
08:48
Nice results
w1lbur01
24/11/2021
12:39
This has joined the everthing being clobbered club now....
mngf
03/9/2021
14:38
Agreed Skein... Purchased my first tranche of these in 2015 for the then bargain price of £2.62 per share.... Long may this roll on in the current vein.
lardarse69
03/9/2021
12:13
One of my favourite long term set and forget companies been continually solid for years in a sector that has so much future potential becoming a big player. Over 400% in what feels like a relatively short time for me.
skeln
03/9/2021
11:00
Agreed.... Will clear off. LOL
lardarse69
03/9/2021
10:50
The less said on BBs the better...... (imho) GLA 😎
hawaly
03/9/2021
10:32
Still holding... Still love it. This share is the gift that keeps giving. Just wonder why not more interest on the BB's. Probably as it's growing, profitable and safe ;)
lardarse69
26/8/2021
11:47
Just taken a small position here. Looks like a good solid company.
tricky red
17/8/2021
09:08
Very quiet here. Great performance too.
deadly
09/6/2021
09:36
Back in growth modediscoverIE's FY21 results confirmed that measures taken to manage the business through the pandemic minimised the impact on profitability and reduced gearing significantly. Strong order intake in H221 has returned the business to organic growth and the company continues to make higher-margin acquisitions in the Design & Manufacturing (D&M) business. We lift our underlying EPS forecast by 5.3% for FY22
r2oo
18/6/2020
08:46
This is one of my longest term holds. Resilient and will continue to buy more on dips.
danielinnes74
25/3/2020
16:50
Would also be interested in rivaldos thoughts for medium and long term and how the current climate may effect the company?
skeln
24/3/2020
16:37
Any thoughts on buying back in ?
nw99
21/2/2020
16:23
Glad out of this anything China related smashed
nw99
04/2/2020
12:49
Quite right - this was caused by two off the book trades at 544 in a thin market. The buy price barely moved from last night's close.
bluebelle
04/2/2020
08:35
That's just the opening range leading to wide spread on illiquid stocks. I tend to not take too much notice of prices until 30mins in unless there is news
davr0s
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