Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
FW Thorpe LSE:TFW London Ordinary Share GB00BC9ZLX92 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.00p -0.72% 277.00p 270.00p 284.00p - - - 38,435 16:35:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 109.6 19.6 13.9 19.9 321.23

FW Thorpe Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/12/2004
17:22
A 108,000 share buy today, which is one of top five biggest trades in this share this century. Also a 10,000 share buy at 355p, which is the highest price at which this share has ever traded. I wish all my shares were like this one!
mark c graham
16/12/2004
16:02
Nice little movement. Can only buy 150 online at the moment but can sell 15,000. Very tight market-and the most I have ever seen to sell online so far. Wonder if something is up?
cwa1
25/11/2004
16:03
... or should that be quickly but surely?
mark c graham
25/11/2004
13:00
Slowly but surely ...
mark c graham
05/11/2004
15:18
That would do nicely!
mark c graham
05/11/2004
14:11
This looks ready to blast higher again.... 350/360?
langland
03/11/2004
13:53
Performance stats added to header.
mark c graham
20/10/2004
15:28
It's very gratifying, if rather mysterious. Volume is unremarkable (or at least that part reported so far is).
mark c graham
20/10/2004
15:14
This is a nice surprise in what seems to be a pretty glum day.
langland
22/9/2004
07:52
Gone ex div today
langland
16/9/2004
14:18
Forecasts added to header for next full year. Note that my turnover forecast is quite conservative. If they can maintain recent growth trends, they could beat these figures materially.
mark c graham
16/9/2004
14:09
PE of 12 should give a shareprice of around £4. Convieniently, my target ;)
kael
16/9/2004
14:05
Full year performance vs. forecast Turnover : £37.8m actual vs. £35.1m expected Pre-tax profit : £5.4m actual vs. £4.4m expected Dividend : 8.6p actual vs. 7.2p expected Cash : £7.6m actual vs. £8.9m expected NAV per share : 209.7p actual vs. 206.2p expected My turnover forecast was too low, operational gearing is high, so my profit margin forecast was too low and, hence my profit was too low. My cash forecast was too high because capital expenditure was higher than I expected, and debtors/turnover rose to historically high levels.
mark c graham
16/9/2004
09:21
very nice :-))
cwa1
16/9/2004
09:01
Superb results and, as I'd hoped, a big move on dividends. I'll review against my model and update my forecasts later today. Meanwhile, I've topped up again this morning.
mark c graham
16/9/2004
08:56
Really excellent results.
langland
12/9/2004
10:18
Kael, A PE of 15 for this stock is probably ambitious, given its small scale, lack of analyst coverage, and unglamorous sector (it only makes lights, after all). As I say in the header, I'm aiming for a prospective PE of 12. What makes the stock really interesting is the cash it holds and continues to throw out. Sooner or later, they're going to have to spend it or give it back to shareholders. The latter would be best, and I'm hoping for some good news on dividends next week.
mark c graham
11/9/2004
17:26
Hi all, im intrigued by the valuation that this co. has. Why is the PE so low, given the growth that it is producing? The share price has put on an impressive performance over the last two years, but imo there is still much further to go. A historic PE of 12 is hardly demanding and is likely to drop to sub 10 at full year results. If the figures in the header are correct, then a PE of 15 would place the share price at over £4! Am I missing something?
kael
10/9/2004
09:35
Hi Mark. Don't worry there are plenty of other holders watching and purring with happiness at the moment :-) You are not alone. Pity it takes imminent results to get this one going though. I have another holding, Carrs Milling(CRM), which has been becalmed for ages as well and has taken off over the past few days. It's a strange old game this shares lark :-)
cwa1
10/9/2004
09:16
Not the only one, Mark. Good, isn't it!
westcountryboy
10/9/2004
09:00
Up again, shame I seem to be the only one at the party. MMs' squeeze seesm to have eased - buy 1,000 vs. sell 500.
mark c graham
09/9/2004
15:16
Up again. Now they'll buy 2,500 vs. 250 sell!
mark c graham
09/9/2004
13:37
This is charging up on just 7k turnover so far today. MMs will buy 1,500 but only sell 250, against an NMS of 500, so they must be short of stock.
mark c graham
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