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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Halma Plc LSE:HLMA London Ordinary Share GB0004052071 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  83.00 4.34% 1,996.50 1,999.50 2,001.00 2,012.00 1,937.00 1,951.00 600,291 16:35:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 1,525.3 304.4 64.5 30.9 7,570

Halma Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/6/2022
12:23
Thanks for your posts steeplejack and I share your views. This isn't the first time that there has been a change of CEO and key personnel. My first purchase of Halma was around 1998 when they were somewhere around 100 p . I have been in and out a few times since then and currently am a holder. I only wish I had taken the slow track of "gettingrichslow" !
rvsy2
16/6/2022
11:08
lt sup is about 16xx so a bit to go before key test
roguetraderuk
16/6/2022
11:00
That's clearly a real consideration but the economic backcloth is paramount.Good quality stocks are getting trashed and whilst its some sort of comfort to point to specifics when companies like Halma,Croda,Dechra etc crash by around 40% from their peaks,i'll opt for the simpleton's view that we're in a bear market.
steeplejack
16/6/2022
09:30
Steeplejack, I would have thought it’s more to do with the CEO leaving after 18 years?
gettingrichslow
16/6/2022
08:23
When Halma releases good results with a positive outlook but slumps towards a 52 week low,you know you’re in a bear market.The stock is being used as a proxy for raising cash as redemption requests are received by the likes of Fundsmith.We are the victims of the recent irrational exuberance of the crytomarkets amongst others fuelled by cheap money and spurious speculation.Equity markets are suffering a slow burn as deleveraging continues and there seems little reason to dash in and buy.The Lord giveth,the Lord taketh away.
steeplejack
26/4/2022
16:33
Using the recent low to top up.
jonojubb
24/2/2022
05:44
Agreed : That’s why you find companies that are premium listed and no city following. The rubbish tends to live on the standard and Aim markets.
sunshine today
23/2/2022
23:50
Companies that are ‘growing at 100% and are on low PE ratios with bags of cash’ are almost certainly a fraud. Buying those is a good way of losing all your money. So good luck with that!
gettingrichslow
23/2/2022
11:38
Dump this stock Buy only companies growing at 100% that are on low P/E ratios and have bags of cash. Easy
sunshine today
23/2/2022
11:27
Back in here after a long time , seems like an opportunity again.
wad collector
10/2/2022
16:48
Just got to find the sucker, willing to lose the 12% stamp duty buying your pad. Good luck with that. Keep an eye on house transaction volumes over a million this year.
sunshine today
10/2/2022
14:50
Incorrect...nowadays you want the most expensive house on the best roadUp 600k in 2 years compared to 300k for the cheapest
the white house
10/2/2022
14:21
HALMA PE of 35 My unloved stock TRD rolling PE of half that . My personal projected growth rate for TRD 2022 200% plus 2023 100% plus. Big v Small I will pop back in a year Good luck here .
sunshine today
10/2/2022
14:00
Just by chance I come across this share today, I used to belong to a walking group and the ex Halma director was a member, he might still be alive, 20 years on. Just looked back at the last ten years , profits have moved ahead 150%. The rating put on the stock prior to this years sell off reflected the view that the stock should be extremely highly rated, ( which it was ). I used to chat to him and thought he was smart, not sure what the growth rates were in his day. That said I would always tell him it’s not worth buying any stock unless it can ten bag within 3 years . I got the usual flack back, high risk, cash hungry, debt, and so on. ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// My personal performance buying unloved stocks, since then, that have massive potential, has produced 25% compound over 17 years. Why do investors buy growth stocks, when that growth might be just 15%. ? Why do they buy high market cap stocks, with high a PE, when any sell off kills you. As with property , you want the cheapest house in the most expensive road.
sunshine today
04/2/2022
14:56
Tipped in this week's issue of AJ Bell's Shares magazine
harry the haddock
27/1/2022
12:59
Lots of stocks look like this - have a look at RWS for starters
toffeeman
27/1/2022
12:50
No idea what’s going on with this. Very strange fall on no news. And almost the last company you’d expect it to happen with.
gettingrichslow
27/1/2022
12:20
I'm no chartist, but plonking my ruler along all those previous bottoms on my screen suggest there could be some support hereabouts, perhaps a little lower.
thamestrader
27/1/2022
11:06
Very depressing downward trajectory. What are the key drivers?
norbol
10/1/2022
15:02
Button pressed!!
toffeeman
10/1/2022
12:21
Getting very close to my re-entry target - not sure when to press the buy button! Looks weak ATM
toffeeman
23/12/2021
22:53
Rising triangle pattern? Hopefully on to new all time highs.
woodyjmw
14/12/2021
16:49
If you missed the #HLMA webinar earlier you can catch up here. Listen to Head of IR Charles King on why he is confident that Halma can continue to grow strongly Https://youtu.be/TqoBN45u2Qs
yellowstoneadvisory
13/12/2021
07:24
Webinar today at 12pm with Charles King, Director of Investor Relations who will provide an update on corporate performance in 2021. Register here Https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/3216329036659/WN_KFxxGh3VSz-DXf_be6HbPg
yellowstoneadvisory
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