Goodwin Dividends - GDWN

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Goodwin Plc GDWN London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-15.00 -0.62% 2,410.00 16:35:06
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
2,410.00 2,410.00 2,410.00 2,410.00 2,425.00
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Goodwin GDWN Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount

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km18: ...from last year... Company overview: Goodwin is a provider of high quality designed and manufactured products for numerous sectors. The company operates through 2 divisions: Mechanical engineering and Refractory engineering. The former supplying in-house designed and manufactured metallic, composite and electronic products. The Refractory’s focus is  mineral based products and processed minerals. Company’s products can be found in a wide variety of sectors, such as Aerospace, automotive, construction, defence, fire protection etc. The group benefits from a fine balance of well-diversified product line and deep understanding of each individual business. Goodwin follows  mixed strategy of innovation in design and cost reduction. Latest trading update for the 12-month period ending in April looks positive, with a big result for H2 PBT of £10.7m, vs the H1 figure of £5.8m. Now we should consider the fact that ending period results could present mirky details, cause by reconciliations. Shareholders will be happy to hear that management has proposed an increase dividend of 102.24p, a 25% increase from the last one. Simplifying the statements, below we can see good profit margin channelling a healthy increase in diluted EPS of 59%, at 164.2p. P/E is, therefore, reduced from the sky highs of 30 last year, to a modest 18. Consistent dividend pay-out is another factor playing in favour of the stock, with the last 3 years divis substantially higher than normal. Cash flow important information consists of dividends easily covered by FCF, making them sustainable, and expectations for lower CapEx in future periods, as this year company invested in building a new facility....from WealthOracleAM
tmfmayn: Small-Cap Spotlight Report: Goodwin #GDWN
 "The pivot seems to be working, not least because the latest results revealed a remarkable divisional performance of sales falling 14% but profit soaring 34%". hTTps://
cockerhoop: Shonep, I attended an investor visit to Goodwins on 8th September and the Foundry was (as far as I could see) operating normally. GDWN certainly have sizable long term US Naval defence contracts (that have required recent expansion in Stoke) but i'd imagine the share price is being driven by the doubling or EPS between H1 & H2 of last year with the full effect of the new contracts (US Naval & Nuclear decommissioning) yet to flow into the financials. Looks quite exciting to me over the next couple of years.
cfro: Only read through the results quickly but all seems rather interesting. Profits up despite revenues down and order book down. Dividend up about 20%. These results were achieved in "challenging conditions" and three or four divisions still not "firing on all cylinders" as described by management. All look extremely excitingly set-up for future growth. I retain a small holding and await further news in six months.
yasrub: Reinvesting Friday divi?
westofengland: Good set of numbers for year to 30th April 2020. Happy to have solid dividend proposed. Like the statement; strong cash flow generation, gearing slightly reduced- everybody hard at work; new supply deal signed; record order book before this. Well done Goodwins!
kinwah: Skanjete, it is important to have a decent spread of bets in the oil and gas sector as not all bets will pay off. However the dramatic winners should outweigh the losses. I hold CHAR, I3E, IOG, HUR, CLNR, ENQ and RRE all paid for from the profits made in SQZ. But just to stress these are trading stocks and I will trade out the positions into strength on drilling or farm-in success. These stocks can be extremely volatile so you have to buy near their lowpoints and sell when others are getting excited. This type of investing is almost diametrically opposite from holding GDWN for 20 years which I did before. But please do your own research and don't invest more than you can afford to lose.
kinwah: 3800, I am not too keen on building back my position but I'd look at it again around £22 or so. My last purchase was a couple of years ago at £17 and I exited totally earlier this year at around £32 average. GDWN is a quality company but I don't see a driver for substantial outperformance. In addition there are too many trading opportunities in the oil sector for me to tie money up in a family engineering company like GDWN.
redartbmud: Kinwah I did spot that. There was definitely a 'massage' to boost the return. It wasn't difficult to justify to the auditors. They have operated a policy of buy, and hold, additional shares for several years. As they act together, or in small groups, it is effectively a concert party. The free float is small, and a small number of shares traded consequently has a big impact on the share price. Doubling the dividend was also a brilliant move, in the run up to the vesting date!! Unfortunately, the LTIP deal wasn't good for shareholders, and they know that it had to be a 'one off'. The market wasn't happy with it, but they pulled it off. They are unlikely to get away with it again, for at least the next years, but ever say never, after that time has elapsed. I doubt that anyone will have the courage to ask that question at the AGM. Most of the attendees are former employees and locals. I bet most bought lots of shares, many years ago, at very modest prices, and have held ever since. it is possible that the current annual dividend exceeds their purchase cost. red
luderitz: No or little movement as GDWN goes Ex Divi today, they have gone Ex Div haven't they?
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