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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Invensys LSE:ISYS London Ordinary Share GB00B979H674 ORD 12.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 509.50p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 1,792.0 15.0 15.4 33.1 -

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23/5/2013
09:52
I am not sure what one-offs are included in the historic number, but the analysts must have made the right adjustments for their forecasts. it is not huge growth, and there is still pots of money on the balance sheet doing nothing, so you need to adjust for that
rumpelstiltskin2
23/5/2013
09:26
lol. don't know what your game is but the consensus numbers are 16.1p in the current year and 19p the following year.
rumpelstiltskin2
23/5/2013
07:09
jak1 21 May'13 - 15:24 - 113449 of 113455 "Sounds to me like you missed the boat, or gave up and sold out before all this kicked off." Are you seriously suggesting that if you talk negatively about the prospects of a share it can only be because of a supposed missed buying opportunity ? ISYS is not alone in being overvalued relative to the prospects of underlying growth in EPS. What characterises a top in equity markets is a presumption that there is no such thing as peak earnings and that the growth in earnings to achieve that peak will continue forever and a day. "Most anal_ist are very positive on ISYS..." Good old analysts. Ever the ones to encourage investors to buy at the top of a market whilst quietly encouraging clients to sell. What have the directors been doing with their shareholdings ? Have they been net buyers or net sellers of their shareholdings and share options ?
bobsidian
23/5/2013
06:58
"I get a PE of 11X 2014 after deducting the cash." Eh ? Are you looking at the underlying EPS of the remaining business after the sale of Invensys Rail ? If the current share price is used then after the return of cash ISYS would be trading on a current P/E ratio of around 37 times the underlying earnings of the remaining business. Is that the pace of growth in earnings being intimated by ISYS for 2013/14 for the remainder of its business ? Was the underlying earnings growth in 2012/13 of the surviving elements of the ISYS business not 25% ? You are asking a lot for ISYS to be able to generate such a pace of growth in earnings on a sustainable basis.
bobsidian
22/5/2013
16:25
Very helpful, thanks for your input
bakero
22/5/2013
16:14
check with you tax adviser. taking time to get up through 400
rumpelstiltskin2
22/5/2013
14:58
Yes, perhaps more than ever!For ISYS held in an ISA, am I right in thinking there is no difference between accepting the dividend or capital options? Either will be paid as cash into the ISA with no tax implications either way.Outside of an ISA should take dividend if not a higher rate tax payer (nothing further to pay). For a higher rate tax payer choice is to take dividend and pay additional income tax (25% on amount received), or take as capital where (unless small) is treated as a part disposal and pay 28% on any gain above annual exemption (after taking into account other gains/losses of the year)Outside of ISA is also possible to delay CGT to 2014/2015 if that suits better (no payment for 11 months in that case)Am I correct here?!
bakero
22/5/2013
13:25
are these still in play? http://www.acquisitionsdaily.com/2013/04/30/schneider-preparing-bid-for-invensys/
rumpelstiltskin2
21/5/2013
15:27
very rude heath here as nearly half the market capitalisation is cash. I get a PE of 11X 2014 after deducting the cash. what PE are Emerson Electric and Schneider Electric trading on?
rumpelstiltskin2
21/5/2013
15:24
Sounds to me like you missed the boat, or gave up and sold out before all this kicked off. Most anal_ist are very positive on ISYS...
jak1
21/5/2013
14:47
One look at the share price performances of SL. and PSN on the lead up to the day of similar capital returns shows just what can happen. It would not be surprising to see ISYS rise up to the date of the distribution. However, unlike PSN or SL. their share price performances are currently underpinned by strong earnings growth. ISYS is likely to lack such EPS growth.
bobsidian
21/5/2013
11:19
76.7p per share expected to be paid back to shareholders start of July. Check out press release on Invensys site
m welsh
16/5/2013
13:03
One look at the results shows just how much the share price of ISYS is now in la-la territory. Look at the EPS for continuing operations - even on an underlying basis. Scary. But then again this is what a market top looks like. ISYS is far from being the only share defying underlying fundamentals. Many a share is pricing in a pace of earnings growth based on what may be an earnings peak. You can just sense the coming stockmarket crash. The higher the major indices climb, the more savage the correction when it comes. So how long will the Federal Reserve encourage the inflation of the US stockmarket bubble ? Will Carney dare to authorise the flooding of the UK financial system soon after his appointment ? Is the tumble in the price of gold a forewarning ? Hmm. "Don't fight the Fed".
bobsidian
16/5/2013
06:35
MW...Results today at 7am
patrick9092
15/5/2013
10:25
Are the results out tomorrow !!
m welsh
12/5/2013
16:02
Cant see it, you have to be registered with them...
jak1
08/5/2013
12:45
would be nice...
dp9115
07/5/2013
10:02
400 broken. 420 soon?
rumpelstiltskin2
06/5/2013
10:38
the longer they wait the more expensive it will get!
rumpelstiltskin2
06/5/2013
08:14
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-05-03/invensys-seen-luring-emerson-again-after-sale-real-m-a.html?cmpid=yhoo "It does make it a bit more streamlined," he said in a phone interview. "You've got a niche business with a pretty leading position and long-term growth markets. There is probably no shortage of potential suitors," he added. "Sooner or later, this one goes out." Emerson is a "natural candidate" for a takeover of the rest of Invensys's businesses, Steven Winoker, a New York-based analyst at Sanford C. Bernstein & Co., said in a phone interview. The maker of technology for refrigerators and air conditioners was mainly interested in Invensys's meter and control systems business -- which Invensys still has -- when it approached the company last year, a person familiar with the matter said at the time.
jak1
03/5/2013
16:02
can it close above 400?
rumpelstiltskin2
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