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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -26.50 -1.32% 1,978.50 162,540 13:23:13
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1,980.00 1,982.00 2,045.00 1,978.50 2,037.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 1,525.30 304.40 64.54 30.7 7,502
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
13:21:37 AT 76 1,978.50 GBX

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Halma Daily Update: Halma Plc is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HLMA. The last closing price for Halma was 2,005p.
Halma Plc has a 4 week average price of 1,855.50p and a 12 week average price of 1,855.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 3,270p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1,855.50p.
There are currently 379,183,144 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,099,737 shares. The market capitalisation of Halma Plc is £7,621,581,194.40.
rvsy2: 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" !
sunshine today: 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.
yellowstoneadvisory: 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://
sharesoc: We are hosting a joint Yellowstone/ShareSoc webinar with Halma Plc (HLMA) - 13 December 2021. Charles King (Head of Investor Relations) will be presenting to current investors and potential shareholders. You can register here: hTTps://
tomps2: Alexandra Jackson Interview with PIWORLD Alexandra Jackson mentions Halma #HLMA at 6m05s in the latest PIWORLD interview Watch the video here: Https:// Or listen to the podcast here: Https://
epo001: Have held since the 90s. Sold some (1/3, 1/2? can't remember) a while back to fund other purchases, I'd have done better leaving it where it was. Rarely look at the price, this is a "leave it alone unless the management approach changes" holding. Ultimately in the future, I'll sell off chunks for income. Brokers hate people like me, they *love* the 'traders'. EDIT, nice quote from another thread. "Halma, the elephant that gallops."
rvsy2: gettingrichslow You are absolutely right. In 1999 I recommended Halma for our share club and we bought in at around 150p and held till the club disbanded in 2001.. As a long time fan and holder I regret that I haven't held continuously since 1999 !
gettingrichslow: Thamestrader, if you want a ‘particular reason’ to hold on I suggest you have a look at the long term share price chart.
nerja: Interactive investors winter list, Lio, Safe, Xpp, Hlma, Adm, Synt, SXs, Hils, It’s performed very well over the last 8 winters
buffetteer: Well done epo001 you must have bought a long time ago because my yield on cost is 5% & i bought 10 years ago but the real benefit is 8x share price in that time.
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