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Goodwin Plc LSE:GDWN London Ordinary Share GB0003781050 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +60.00p +1.79% 3,420.00p 11,758 16:29:50
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
3,300.00p 3,420.00p 3,480.00p 3,320.00p 3,480.00p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 124.81 13.30 118.11 29.0 246.2

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15/6/2019
09:20
Goodwin Daily Update: Goodwin Plc is listed in the Industrial Engineering sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GDWN. The last closing price for Goodwin was 3,360p.
Goodwin Plc has a 4 week average price of 2,900p and a 12 week average price of 2,700p.
The 1 year high share price is 3,480p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1,830p.
There are currently 7,200,000 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 5,053 shares. The market capitalisation of Goodwin Plc is £246,240,000.
15/4/2019
08:22
cockerhoop: Red, I've seen a Richard Beddard article suggesting £42.50 would be the maximum (ie 8% dilution) which roughly correlates to my figures although he doesn't appear to consider dividends in his TSR calculation. hTTps://www.moneyobserver.com/our-analysis/share-sleuth-goodwins-bonus-scheme-makes-blood-boil This one though suggests £35 hTTps://www.ii.co.uk/analysis-commentary/goodwin-jam-yesterday-and-more-jam-tomorrow-ii506772 My reading suggests a TSR of 1850p above April 2016's £22.20 is required to get the full 8%. On that basis at the current share price we'll see about 4% dilution with it rising by 0.4% for every 92.5p rise in share price
14/4/2019
11:41
cockerhoop: Dacian, I make it 316800 shares in total based on a £31 share price and £1.67 in dividends since 2016. ie 3600 shares x 8 for every 92.5p increase in TSR above £22.20 so 55% of total possible maximum payout Interestingly 20% of the maximum has been added since the product innovation RNS on 2nd April - the cynical may consider that share price manipulation so close to the 30th April 2019 performance cutoff.
12/4/2019
15:03
redartbmud: Beddard on 16 Sept 2016. LTIP: Crudely, the incentive could award Goodwin directors options on 1% of the company's share capital in less than three years' time if the share price reaches £35 (today it is around £20). The options would cost them a minimal amount to exercise and each director's award would be worth around £2.5 million*. The cost to shareholders would be an 8% dilution in their holdings. A small price to pay, perhaps, considering the share price would have risen about 70%. Currently 7.2m shares in issue, so 1% = 720,000 shares. Any bets, the current share price is £31.60 up £1 today?
18/12/2018
16:51
norbert colon: A great set of results that clearly show the business moving back up the curve.Assuming only modest revenue growth for FY2019 of say 8% and maintaining 30% GM there is no reason why a move back to historical (2013-2015) margins of low/mid double digits can't be obtained. We would then back back on a PE of 10 and generating free cash of £6m with a divi up around 140p yielding 5% at current prices. This business historically has generating a ROE/ROCE of 25% and I'm sure the Goodwins are working hard to secure those big contracts eluded which will pave the way to re-rating of the share price.The only thing I don't really like is the fairly high level of CAPEX but this is going to drop to circa 55% of PTP on a rolling 3yr basis in line with historical norms but still high whichever way you look at it. This business isn't going bust that's very sure and I can see this being a very long term holding for me now.
18/12/2018
12:10
kneecaps2: Super results today and excellent good quality order books. Still a buy and I expect the share price to beat the previous all time high of about £42 within the next couple of years.
26/7/2018
14:25
wilmdav: Excellent post, bench2. I have corrected a couple of errors in my hurriedly prepared spreadsheet. Eps charts now show the correct dividend for 2018 alongside reported eps, which illustrates the proportional jump. I agree, this shows confidence about earnings in 2019 and beyond. They have spent heavily on capex during the last 6 years. My guess is that they feel this can be reduced during the years ahead. Historic yield in now 3.7% at a share price of 2280p Same link: Http://www.david-wilmshurst.co.uk/gdwn/gdwn_data.htm
10/10/2016
18:29
duncan doughnut: Just in from work and checked my shares to see an RNS with what looks like a batch of director buying. Is that correct? I've been holding a long time wating for these to rally and have them down as doing all right from the weak pound but it hasn't affected the share price yet.
05/10/2016
19:43
westcountryboy: Unfortunately I don't find your calculation very easy to follow, which is probably my fault. But if I understand you correctly they have to deliver nearly 15% share price growth a year from here in order to create 8% of extra shares. This is surely beneficial to me as a holder. I don't care whether it is also disproportionately beneficial to them, especially as they have contributed to the growth whereas I have just sat at my screen wondering when the price is going to move up again.
05/10/2016
15:59
skanjete2: They award themselver 8% extra new shares if they can create 8/0,05 = 160% extra TSR from 2009. Share price 30 april 2009 : 922p TSR at 166,09 on 30 april 2016 : 922 x 2,6609 = 2.453p TSR for 8% extra shares : 166.09+160 = 326.09% TSR 326,09% on 30 april 2019 : 922 x 4,2609 = 3.928,5p TSR from 30 april 2016 to 2019 : 3928,5/ 2453 = 1,6015 = 60% But TSR from 30 april 2016 to now is already : 2200sp + 42,35p divi = 2245,35 - 1925 = 320,35p. So starting price x TSR on 30 april 2016 : 2453 +320,35 = 2773,35p at the moment of AGM. TSR left to realise in order to create the 8% extra shares : 3928,5/ 2773,35 =41,65% in 2,5 years time, this is an annualised return of 14,9%/year. Stated otherwise : if they create 7200000 x (3928,5-2773) = 83.196.000£ of value, they pocket 576.000 x 3928,5 = 22.625.000£, or about 27,2% of the value created, on top of their salary. I invite everyone to evaluate my calculation and make remarks.
10/9/2014
10:56
alexisk: Solid first quarter results announced this morning, with prospect of 300p EPS this year. Share price will surely be up above £40 again before too long.
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