Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ms International Plc LSE:MSI London Ordinary Share GB0005957005 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  10.00 5.59% 189.00 180.00 198.00 190.00 179.00 179.00 4,200 15:21:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 77.7 4.8 23.1 8.2 32

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14/12/2011
16:55
You're not the only one greenroom, I added at 290, looks like we'll be waiting till Feb at least till next update. Not too worried long term though.
paleje
14/12/2011
15:37
Boy did I get my timing wrong on this one.
greenroom78
05/12/2011
13:36
Topped up mine last week -- these look pretty solid to me, more to come -- dyor etc.
ddav
05/12/2011
13:06
Strange decision to sell when his column is headed' Importance of knowing when to cut your losses'. Perhaps he has not heard of 'Letting your profits run'. "What Does Let Your Profits Run Mean? A saying often used in investing that acknowledges the tendency among investors to sell winning positions too early. Most traders tend to take gains off the table early out of fear that they will evaporate quickly, while they also tend to hold onto large losing positions in the hope that they will turn around. The key to letting your profits run is to not panic when volatility increases and to maintain your convictions about why you entered into the trade". Inevitably he then goes on to talk about cutting losses more quickly !
mikepompeyfan
05/12/2011
11:39
One man's meat....thanks darlocst.
paleje
05/12/2011
10:46
John Lee sale of MSI published at weekend causing the weakness today I suspect. http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/462e454e-19ce-11e1-9888-00144feabdc0.html "Third, I have taken my profit on MS International shares. I bought at 115p two years ago, and sold them just short of £3. They are clearly having an excellent year, but appear cautious on the future. I see my good friend and fellow FT Money columnist, David Schwartz, has been buying shares – perhaps he bought mine!"
darlocst
02/12/2011
17:31
In addition --- Currently expanding and recruiting staff !
ddav
02/12/2011
14:20
Good coverage of the interims with this useful little summary of what MSI do: http://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/business/business-news/leap_in_profits_sees_ms_forging_ahead_1_3997997 "An international drive MS International operates across three divisions – defence, forgings and petrol station superstructures. It employs about 375 staff. Exports account for some 60 per cent of group sales. Headquartered in Doncaster, its forging arm has a range of open die forging hammers ranging from one to five tonnes. Its petrol station forecourt business also makes structures for car wash buildings, golf course driving ranges and car dealerships. Its defence business has been producing components for the military for more than 100 years. Early products included searchlights used in the 1940s. The division's Seahawk weapons system is used by 14 navies worldwide."
rivaldo
02/12/2011
10:39
Crikey, no wonder the price is up - a 6,500 share buy at 315p. £20k is a sizeable purchase in one go by MSI's standards. It would be nice if this was another dircetor buy - we'll see in the next couple of days.
rivaldo
02/12/2011
09:35
Thx Patricia59. I can't find the article online, so if anyone's got any interesting details that would be appreciated. Given MSI's volatility it shouldn't take much to get the share price going - looks like things have started already.
rivaldo
02/12/2011
07:31
ic will say buy. Everyone says buy. We all know msi are undervalued. Unfortunately the general market is so bad people are reluctant to buy anything until the future of the Euro is sorted once and for all. They say a lot of companies are hoarding cash at the moment perhaps there is a large one somewhere looking to expand ;-)
mikepompeyfan
02/12/2011
00:30
ic 2day look out
patricia59
29/11/2011
15:36
Good :o)) Still edging upwards steadily.
rivaldo
28/11/2011
16:37
rivaldo - Lets get to and hold £3.40 first, which would be an achievement in itself in last weeks markets!! LOL That said I agree with you entirely!! Stormy
onlyonestorm
28/11/2011
16:28
An 8-10p spread is also smaller because the 15-20p spread was when it was around 200p as well. The 300-310p spread is no different to a 30-31p spread in % terms which most wouldn't bat an eyelid at.
greenroom78
28/11/2011
16:25
Nope. You must be new to this stock John. The spread has often been 15p or even 20p! An 8p spread is therefore small, and you can normally deal well inside the published spread anyway. PLus, when MSI moves it REALLY moves, so any spread is usually eaten up fairly quickly.
rivaldo
28/11/2011
16:12
small spread!! you are joking arent you lol
johnthespacer
28/11/2011
13:11
Heading towards new highs.
gswredland
28/11/2011
12:43
Moving up slowly on every buy now - nice small 8p spread too.
rivaldo
28/11/2011
09:54
:o)) I'd hope 340p would just be the start given the fundamentals.
rivaldo
28/11/2011
09:04
rivaldo - I told you mate, £3.40!! LOL Stormy
onlyonestorm
28/11/2011
08:52
Welcome G78. It's often the "boring" stocks which provide by far the greatest returns. Above 300p and hopefully new highs soon.
rivaldo
28/11/2011
08:06
I'm in this morning. I've watched this since the NT bought in at around 200p and have been trying to tie in a re-trace with having funds but with no joy. Every time it looked like it was going to pull back a bit, up it went. A slow broker platform meant I missed 298p so finally bought for 303p. Not sure why I didn't buy sooner as I had the opportunity to (i.e. free capital) at 230p and 275p - I guess I thought i'd be better going for something less 'boring' although have since learnt it is the boring ones than look after you.
greenroom78
26/11/2011
14:17
As a cash rich, inceasingly profitable company there's a lot of room for a very decent rise in the final dividend payment. Otherwise what are they going to do with it all ?
mikepompeyfan
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