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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
  -20.00 -0.66% 3,024.00 3,019.00 3,022.00 3,103.00 3,019.00 3,070.00 1,811,379 16:35:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 1,318.2 252.9 53.6 56.4 11,466

Halma Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/1/2021
17:52
lovely uptrending chart and NOR situation . But wonder why as the p/e is about 50 I think - investors must think it is a growth situation !
arja
19/11/2020
08:10
We have had a good start to the second half, with order intake ahead of revenue and up on the same period last year. Our improving trading performance, together with our strong cash position, will enable us to accelerate strategic investments in the second half of the year. As a result of our progress so far this year, we now expect Adjusted profit before tax for FY 2020/21 to be around 5% below FY 2019/20, compared to prior guidance of 5% to 10% below FY 2019/20.
steeplejack
07/10/2020
12:02
Surprise! The day after I enquired it turns up in my account. You have to watch these people like a hawk. Thanks jonut and jamtin.
epo001
06/10/2020
12:55
epo001, I received my divi via HL on the 1st October. Don't see why HL would have received it but iWeb haven't.
jamtin
06/10/2020
12:39
Thank you.
epo001
06/10/2020
10:47
epo001, Statement from final accounts, The final dividend for 2020 is subject to approval by shareholders at the AGM on 4 September 2020 and is EXPECTED TO BE PAID on 1 October 2020 to shareholders on the register as at 28 August 2020. My caps; may explain the delay. Approved at AGM
jonut
06/10/2020
10:13
So, 4th working day after dividend payment and iWeb say they haven't yet received it from the company. Anyone had the money credited to their account yet? Not a life changing sum but it keeps my spreadsheet tidy.
epo001
23/9/2020
07:42
Any views on this update today?
lasata
11/9/2020
12:10
A nice writeup, found via Richard Beddard's twitter feed Https://www.woodlockhousefamilycapital.com/post/how-they-did-it-a-uk-100-bagger
epo001
10/4/2020
19:32
Back in at a shade under £18, but only at 30% of my previous holding... Halma is and always has been a top quality company, and as Buffetteer states, waiting for the next opportunity to buy back may take a very long time! Any further weakness, as well there may be if Covid reaches phase 2, then I'll reload with another 30 - 50% worth.
yertiz
10/4/2020
16:58
battcoup - don’t you get it - v good companies are expensive ! You’ll be waiting forever if you didn’t take this opportunity at 17-19 to buy in . Watch Terry Smith AGM if you need convincing.
buffetteer
10/4/2020
16:11
- Yertiz, Why do you think £14.0 is a good entry? HLMA has been on my watch list for a while (years). Every time I look it, p/e seems very high.
bathcoup
30/3/2020
14:49
I'm still sitting on my hands and great profits made in Halma, Ashtead, Melrose etc etc. Sold out from everything in mid-Feb and to date would be nursing a 56% drop in my portfolio had I not. This means I have a huge amount of cash doing nothing, but much more preferable than having shares that are still losing. I'll bide my time, watch the signs, consult the crystal ball and repurchase when I think the time is right. I had held Halma (alliteration...!) for over 10 years, since they were £3.25 or thereabouts and sold 50% at £22, the rest at £19.75. I will buy them back once my target of £14 is reached, or at the end of June when the light at the end of the Covid tunnel will be a little brighter (whichever comes first!). IMHO, this crisis will kill off companies of all sizes in the next 3 months, those that survive will feed off the remains of the perished and become bigger, stronger and more streamlined and efficient in their operations. When the recovery starts, it will begin with huge rises in values - but I still don't think now is anywhere near that time. Good luck.
yertiz
30/3/2020
12:56
Future not looking too good....another 4 - 6 months before normality returns. Best to sit this out until late June/early July when the share price could well be around £14. All IMHO
yertiz
21/2/2020
09:29
Yep one more. Add these up and revenue will soar in the next set of results
dround87
06/2/2020
13:46
hxxps://www.hl.co.uk/shares/stock-market-news/company--news/halma-buys-us-gas-leak-detection-company-sensit another acquisition to add to the stable
harry the haddock
05/11/2019
09:49
Halma is a steady plodder which is taking a breather. I have held this for over 20 years and it is my largest position even after selling half. My next sale price is £30. This board is quiet because there's not much to say. It is not cheap nor is the divi sparkling but it is safe and good quality and that costs. Look at the 10/20 year price graph and decide.
epo001
04/11/2019
21:56
why is no one commenting on this one since july- saw a presentation and was impressed- is now a good opportunity to enter?
ali47fish
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