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|Thanks, Mattboxy. :-)
Hmmm ... Epwin, yes it's going well. A good one for you. :-) I may be wrong but I've decided not to chase that one higher. We'll be into May next week. Perhaps I should be patient and wait for a market correction? We'll see.
Thanks, Rathkum. :-)
I have in mind that Low and Bonar could one day develop a new, big revenue product. Yes, I may be wishing for the same in 10 years time but, if it is to happen, I think the area of filtration is much more likely to do it than the Coated Textiles division, for instance.
I'm also holding Porvair (PRV), which is a specialist filter designer and manufacturer. It is producing steady revenue and profit growth - been a good long term one for me. A similar performance from Low and Bonar would put a big smile on my face.|
|Possibly epwn they seem to entering a new trading range.See what u think I am a holder..|
Have you missed the boat here? You seem to be irritated by the rise?
Moving on, I'm a little short on investment ideas atm. Anything I should be looking at?|
|I did not know that they made suits.|
|Does it though? I was surprised how muted the rise was after the excellent TA, but I don't think this break out coming now can be explained by a tip by the woefully unreliable Questor. TO rumours I wonder? - Personally I bought in late last year, partly due to its attractiveness to suitors.|
|Ah ha that will explain the rise! Although questor usually the kiss of death!!!|
|Misunderstood and undervalued, buy this British textile specialist with global reach.
|I think we'll be seeing £1 here very soon. Very undemanding valuation and lots of growth ahead, one more round of positive results will see a significant re rating.|
|Initially bought at 95p therefore could soon be back to break even.
|Took some yesterday at 80. Looks like just in time.|
|Low & Bonar share ‘unsustainably cheap’, says Berenberg
Plastics group Low & Bonar (LWB) will need to prove to investors that ‘production interruptions’ are a thing of the past if the ‘unsustainably cheap’ stock is to reach its potential, says Berenberg.
Analyst Ian Osburn retained his ‘buy’ recommendation and target price of 112p on the stock, which was trading down 1.2%, or 1p, at 79.5p at the time of writing.
‘It is clear that management must deliver on its strategic plans for our “buy” case to hold. It is likely that the market will have to become confident that production interruptions are a thing of the past for the stock to reach our price target,’ he said.
‘We are happy with that risk/reward profile and see time to purchase the stock running out ahead of reported results confirming the improvement,’ he added.
‘With new management delivering on its plans, we expect Low & Bonar’s earnings per share growth and dividend yield to be the highest in the sector over the next three years.’|
|Two small-cap dividend growth stocks I’m considering buying
|This from N+1 Singer
We upgraded at the finals in early February and this update confirms that trends remain positive at the start of FY17 with expectations of c.20% PBT growth unchanged. We continue to feel that latent value can be extracted from LWB, particularly if the operational issues that have affected results in past periods can be completely resolved. We feel that this should be an opportune time to invest on a P/E of c.10.9x FY17 and, with a solid update, nudge our TP up to 85p (P/E of 12x) and retain our ....|
|Trading update is brief and to the point -but positive.|
|Very interesting day's trading. Hmmmmm with AGM tomorrow.|
|So, reading that, we can deduce that China sales are already up to c. £40m p.a. Not bad at all.|
|Low & Bonar to expand production in Jiangsu
|Presumably we'll get the TS and AGM together.
Back in profit here for the first time in a year. Not a good sign for the share price ...|
|The AGM is on the 12th.|
|Due a trading update any day now.|
|Berenberg has a 112p price target|
|Let's hope its a bidder -they can have mine for £1.......|