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GDWN Goodwin Plc

6,000.00
-260.00 (-4.15%)
24 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Goodwin Plc LSE:GDWN London Ordinary Share GB0003781050 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -260.00 -4.15% 6,000.00 5,880.00 6,220.00 5,880.00 5,860.00 5,860.00 2,663 16:35:01
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Engineering Services 185.74M 15.9M 2.1178 27.76 441.57M
Goodwin Plc is listed in the Engineering Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GDWN. The last closing price for Goodwin was 6,260p. Over the last year, Goodwin shares have traded in a share price range of 4,200.00p to 7,300.00p.

Goodwin currently has 7,509,632 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Goodwin is £441.57 million. Goodwin has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 27.76.

Goodwin Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
07/5/2024
06:39
Check that. Very interesting. New 4m investment next to noreva to turbocharge duvelcos operations
arregius
06/5/2024
07:47
https://armaturen-welt.de/noreva-investiert-in-zweites-produktfeld-in-monchengladbach/
arregius
29/4/2024
08:07
If investors haven't got £70, they probably shouldn't be buying shares
shanklin
29/4/2024
07:25
Ftse all share by june and if stays above 70£ it might enter ftse 250 yes
arregius
29/4/2024
07:24
I dont think gdwn needs a split. Look what share price has done longterm, without it... patience and execution
arregius
28/4/2024
19:31
I'm hearing from 'the kids on the street' that GDWN's liquidity is such that it'll be included in the FTSE All-Share at the next evaluation (it had been excluded on liquidity grounds previously) and that indeed it is a potential candidate for the inclusion in the FTSE 250 if the share price stays starting with a 7 at the end of May.
cockerhoop
28/4/2024
16:54
Unfortunately Alexis to get into the FTSE250 the rules state shares must have reasonable liquidity and I would therefore be surprised if Goodwin qualified! The next change in the constituents of the FTSE250 is June.
kneecaps2
28/4/2024
16:14
I am wondering whether Goodwin is a candidate to be promoted soon to the FTSE250 index.

According to Sharecast website, Goodwin's market cap is now around £488m, and there are currently about 12 companies in FTSE250 with a market cap less than that.

Might account for some of the recent buying interest/share price rise?

alexisk
28/4/2024
09:19
I agree Goodwin is very illiquid and have suggested to the directors on numerous occasions that they should have a share split. I believe there would be far more interest in this superb company if this happened and would help Goodwin long term.
kneecaps2
28/4/2024
06:43
I guess investors are realizing the longterm potential of the many growth fronts the company has going forward... and agree, this is illiquid, both sides
arregius
28/4/2024
06:41
Its not advertising, just sharing my thoughts, i am a humble piece of love ajajja
arregius
27/4/2024
08:52
Its a concentrated share register with, to the best of my knowledge, no instititions. The tender at 48 pounds a year ago meant that trading or loose shareholders have exited.

When new buyers appear, there are no natural sellers hence the price goes up

westofengland
27/4/2024
08:40
Arrrrrrrregius

Thanks for sharing your personal advertising page on X (formerly TwitsIbc) with us.
Perhaps you would care to offer an unadulterated version, as a simple, honest investor?

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redartbmud
26/4/2024
21:47
Well, I reduced my holding here at £59, so I'm currently sat in the dunces' chair !
bareknee
26/4/2024
20:08
wonder if this is Duvelco excitement, AVD, Castings or orders for Easat related or a combination or just overexuberance?
c3479z
26/4/2024
16:25
You cannot keep a good stock down. Now trading @£70
kneecaps2
23/4/2024
08:02
Exited about whats to comehttps://x.com/arregius/status/1782665985750618564?s=61&t=wGr6gsbAdGULPaTyLF_gEA
arregius
20/4/2024
06:35
Added some yesterday
arregius
19/4/2024
13:09
Quite some interest here lately
arregius
18/4/2024
08:19
Vespel SP-21 (with 15% graphite) is priced at around 5000 USD per kilo.

I used a 12.7cm x 12.7cm x 0.8cm sheet which weighs around 200 grams and is sold for 1150 USD at Boedeker.

So plenty of potential to undercut on price and still achieve great margins.

cockerhoop
18/4/2024
08:12
Vespel SP-21 (with 15% graphite) is more expensive at around 6000 USD for a 1.25x 38 inch rod.

Gdwn appear to offer 3 formulations GO01, GO21 (15% graphite) & GO22 (40% graphite) which match up against Dupont Vespel products SP-1, SP-21 (15% graphite), SP-22 (40% graphite).

cockerhoop
18/4/2024
07:57
Same 9x1 inch rod is 850USD at BOEDEKER Plastics so half price on ebay.
cockerhoop
18/4/2024
07:50
Even Vespel offcuts go for decent money on ebay (9 x 1 inch rod) for 400USD.
cockerhoop
18/4/2024
07:44
Very nice little run lately.Will indeed be interesting to learn more about pricing and margins from ducoya but i am expecting them to be really healthy
arregius
17/4/2024
21:58
Thanks, my mistake - Vespel is the significantly more expensive product I was thinking of.
gdjs100
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