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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 3,275.00 75 16:28:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
3,200.00 3,350.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 144.51 12.12 107.93 30.3 241
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:02:13 O 25 3,309.40 GBX

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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 3,275p.
Goodwin Plc has a 4 week average price of 2,930p and a 12 week average price of 2,915p.
The 1 year high share price is 3,640p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1,750p.
There are currently 7,363,200 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,149 shares. The market capitalisation of Goodwin Plc is £241,144,800.
skinwalker: No idea why, but this share is having a very good run. (anyone know?) I might even go into profit.
jimtech: This should keep the share price back up for some time now. Have bought four rimes over the last few months. Now up 36%. I have it as a long term hold.
westofengland: I can't speak from any knowledge of price yet I am a long term shareholder and visited Stoke on Trent to have a look around. Very impressive, sensible people. I am confident they will do their best in the current challenging environment which ultimately is all we can ask.
deadly: Up 10% today despite the oil price going nowhere. Would have been a good buy at 1900. I'm from Newcastle-U-Lyme so also want them to do well.
suetballs: Coming from Stoke-on-Trent these have been on my radar for a long while. At this price I am tempted. Suet
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
redartbmud: I think that they are at zero price. The number of potential shares, that could be earned (maximum of 1% of the existing share capital, of the company = 8% total) and the zero coupon, caused a big wave when it was unveiled. It was also complex to value, based on the information provided. There were a number of quite tough targets to hit, one of which was the average share price on 30 April 2019, £31.70 and the opening share price on 1 May £32.38. A start reference was the 5 October share price of £22.20. Wilm Sorry if I confused you. The maximum that could have been earned was 1% each, for the 'Great 8' but in the event only 85% vested = 6.8% or 61,200 shares each = 489,600 shares. It is just my opinion, on how they will take their entitlements, but 6 out of 8 are certainly family, and the other 2 may be related in some way, If not, they are very closely aligned. They will have big tax bills to meet, so an even spread, over 5 years, may be their best option, from a personal tax and cash flow standpoint, based on the current income tax regime. If too many of them took the 30%, in the same year, it has the potential to adversely affect the share price, and disadvantaging their co-directors. The Goodwins have a history of buying, and holding forever. If you look back, any sales have been matched, by an equal purchase, into some form of tax wrapper that includes spouses, and they buy Goodwin shares annually to put into their ISA accounts.
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?
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