Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Fulcrum Utility LSE:FCRM London Ordinary Share KYG368851047 ORD 0.1P (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 68.50p 68.00p 69.00p 68.70p 68.00p 68.00p 97,389 14:25:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 37.7 6.5 3.3 20.8 144.22

Fulcrum Utility Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/5/2018
08:02
https://www.cleanenergynews.co.uk/news/transport/chargepoint-and-fulcrum-partner-for-utilities-ev-infrastructure-charge
spidermev
10/5/2018
14:36
N+1 Singer initiates coverage with a 'Buy' and target price of 80p
glaws2
10/5/2018
14:09
The results to be announced early June will be good
solarno lopez
10/5/2018
13:57
Moving up from a tip , article or news??
i love chicken
10/5/2018
12:03
Moving nicely
solarno lopez
10/4/2018
09:10
Look out for an announcement soon re the Chargepoint deal
nurdin
09/4/2018
18:39
Having bought at about 7p ... very happy!
topvest
09/4/2018
13:26
Had it confirmed by the company that they do indeed have partnership with chargepoint...which I think is significant for their revenues going forward
nurdin
09/4/2018
11:26
must be an error? --- 89,000 at 530.265
ddav
09/4/2018
10:58
Having bough at 60.35p I am happy as well
malcolmmm
07/4/2018
18:33
Yes, looks like it’s getting re-rated as a growth share. Moving into electricity as well as gas was a smart move.
topvest
07/4/2018
15:16
Hmm..seems to me only the ST know about this partnership with Chargepoint! Anyway the fundamentals here look excellent to me so happy with my purchase a couple of days ago.
nurdin
07/4/2018
08:43
Have Fulcrum actually announced this partnership with Chargepoint anywhere?
nurdin
04/4/2018
15:48
UP and away A trip of share recommendations from the tipsters at the Sunday Times, Sunday Telegraph and Mail on Sunday. Fulcrum Utility Services was a 'buy' for the Sunday Times' Inside the City column. The electricity and gas infrastructure and services provider, which IPOed on AIM eight years ago after being spun out of National Grid, was tipped as a potential beneficiary of the rise of electric vehicles, though far from the glamorous end of the scale. Electric cars will rely on an infrastructure backbone that is currently "clearly not up to the job" and this could "turbocharge" Fulcrum. Fulcrum's owns and installs power cables and gas pipes for residential and business, with its own assets generating returns over decades. Client jobs include connecting housing estates up to the grid for housebuilders, connecting remote Highland whisky distilleries and a future area could be smart meters. Fulcrum's portfolio of utility assets is worth £13m and churned off £2.1m cash in the six months to end-September, allowing the paying of dividends that see its shares yield about 3.4%. The attraction of using cheap debt to build assets that pay double-digit returns has seen Fulcrum agree a new £20m debt facility. Targeting the electric car charging market, Fulcrum recently spent £22m acquiring a business that specialises in electrical connections and has an electrical licence from the power watchdog Ofgem. A partnership has also been signed with US-based Chargepoint to instal its electric-charging
malcolmmm
03/4/2018
16:21
ivan, im not sure you are reading the numbers right, I checked the last rns and the order book is £38m. the book of £13m referred to in the article is the assets owned which I think will generate income for 20 or 30 years perhaps at 10% or more and possibly index linked. that sort of income stream is very valuable
watcher13
03/4/2018
16:20
Doesn't matter what people think - it's what the price is doing and that's going up
davr0s
03/4/2018
13:00
Smoke and mirrors continue, forward order book disappointing. Value £130m ???
ivancampo
01/4/2018
13:54
KoP well-spotted, really good write-up as well
watcher13
01/4/2018
10:21
Tipped in the Sunday Times today
kop202
01/4/2018
07:42
https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/business/fulcrum-plugged-in-to-electric-car-boom-gcpts6992
tradewithtrend
29/3/2018
09:33
Hi, I am looking to invest here and had a few questions - wonder if anyone who has been around longer can answer them: 1. Is the reason its margins are higher than other construction/contractor type business due to the complicated nature and technical aspects of the work it does? Are there any risks to these? e.g. from competition undercutting etc. Or are the margins different for smaller contracts/customers vs. more sophisticated ones like BG? 2. Does anyone have a figure for customer concentration? It is mentioned a few times in annual reports etc. but I could not find a %. Bit worried if say they fall out with British Gas - would that have a big impact? And as current ratio is quite poor then a drop off in contracts coming in could potentially stop them being able to fund existing contracts. 3. The case studies it publishes show it building and then owning the pipelines/meters with a value attached. Does it generally own all or most of the pipelines it builds (or at least is that the plan from now on) or does it just highlight these in its case studies as the most attractive ones? When they state a contract is worth £xm and they will then own the pipes once built - do they get paid to build them and then also get ownership or do they forego payment to build in exchange for ownership? Thanks in advance
gilgil13
06/2/2018
06:29
Thanks Topvest
solarno lopez
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