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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Holders Technology Plc LSE:HDT London Ordinary Share GB0004312350 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 37.50 0.00 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
35.00 40.00 37.50 37.50 37.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 12.16 0.15 4.31 8.7 2
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 37.50 GBX

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27/11/2020
08:20
Holders Technology Daily Update: Holders Technology Plc is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HDT. The last closing price for Holders Technology was 37.50p.
Holders Technology Plc has a 4 week average price of 37.50p and a 12 week average price of 37.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 45p while the 1 year low share price is currently 29p.
There are currently 4,224,164 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 588 shares. The market capitalisation of Holders Technology Plc is £1,584,061.50.
06/4/2019
21:48
dangersimpson2: Reckon he sold another 25k yesterday at 37p, so 100k to go. Real questions are: why is he so keen to sell? And what price will he need to accept to get the remaining 100k away?
22/2/2019
09:18
value hound: Good results strangely timed as ever. Divi up which is the main thing and pretty much the only reason for holding unless we ever get a knockout blow at over a quid per share from without or a rip-off takeover from within.
10/3/2018
12:30
value hound: Arthur LS - I fully agree that CFYN is a little better overall, and I have more of them than I do HDT. Both are, to some extent, value traps, as are LDSG (no position currently - though I did in the past). But I still think HDT are undervalued and if the divi gets back to between 3p and 5p in a couple of years' time, the share price will be closer to a quid. For me, it all depends to what extent the Caffyn family,Weinreich, and Gyllenhammar-Claesson, respectively, want or need to see value outed or a good income via divis. And while the HDT stock may not be worth its stated value in a fire sale, NTAV is 86.6p per share, so they can discount a lot and still demonstrate a lot of value. A couple of years back, they were making op' profit of over £0.5m and that looks do-able again to me based on last week's finals - and I think the divi and share price will follow. But then I'm biased! :-)
09/3/2018
16:58
donemyhomework2: Share on a three year high.
02/3/2018
08:34
value hound: Along with CFYN, just about the best value share on the market - for similar reasons (ownership). Nevertheless, this is easily worth over £1 a share on any reasonable valuation even given the large shareholding by the Chairman. The divi here was 2p a couple of years ago and 4.25p in 2012 when the share price was around a quid. The noises they're making today suggest a possible return to that kind of performance level given time IMO. and the share price will surely reflect it.
03/2/2017
05:30
donemyhomework2: It is possible that something is brewing here. Time will tell.The share is now on a 12 month high!!
23/9/2016
08:48
cjohn: Well, that's certainly the most dramtic movement in HDT's share price that I can remember in many years of quarter-following the share.
24/7/2015
06:46
donemyhomework2: Pleasantly surprised by their results given the strong pound. They managed to slash overheads to contain the damage. Net assets per share at 107p nearly three times market value!!
28/4/2015
09:04
profdoc: On Friday I attended Holders' AGM. Despite being the only non-Board shareholder to attend the four directors were very welcoming and considerate. They were also very patient and tolerate as I bombarded them with some quite brusque questions for an hour. I thank them for their generosity with their time, and apologise if sometimes I came in too hard. (Earlier posts on Holders: 4-10th Nov., and 23rd and 24th Feb on my Newsletter site) Corporate strategy: My main concern is whether the company has any sustainable competitive advantage, whether there are any sustainable barriers to entry in the industries in which they competed and, thus whether there was real reason to hope that the sale prices of their products can be lifted above cost by a significant margin. In short, whether shareholders might witness, over the next few years, a satisfactory return on capital employed. I estimate the capital employed to be around £4-£5m and so expect around £320,000 to £400,000 profit/cash flow to be generated year-in year-out, as a minimum. Otherwise, why go on? Their answers: They recognise that the printed circuit board component business is commoditised, with rivals offering very keen prices. In order to maintain market share Holders cuts prices to the bone, resulting in low profit margins and very poor ROCE. Furthermore, the market is in secular decline. It was good to hear recognition of these harsh facts. So the plan has been to develop the LED side of the business. Until now this has been loss-making. If I take an optimistic/generous line there are two reasons for this: (a) the cost of getting things off the ground – new marketing teams, trade show costs, etc. – but the payoff comes later, and (b) they follow the well-trodden route that many competitors have gone down of being a supplier of simple components with very little value-added. (The pessimistic/harsh line is that they do not compete well). Again, there is an acknowledgement of poor industry economics in this type of business. I’m pleased to see that reality has hit home. In response, they have been developing a business which they hope will have barriers to entry and thus a competitive advantage. This business is...... ..........(ADVFN asked to put most of the analysis on my Newsletter site http://newsletters.advfn.com/deepvalueshares/) Glen
09/3/2015
11:31
cjohn: I've looked at this company several times in the last few years and have never been tempted to invest, in spite of the discount to current assets. Their areas of business are highly competitve and favour larger concerns than HDT. They are very unlikely to sustain profits, much more likely to sustain losses. Asset value is going to reduce y-o-y most likely. And the real worry must be of heavy losses, if margins worsen. Then there's the risk they are taken private, a real one, even though they have used their listing to raise cash from equity in the past.
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