|Northbridge Industrial Services
||US-based fund manager.
||EPS - Basic
||Market Cap (m)
Northbridge Industrial Services Share Discussion Threads
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|..yep..a useful warning or reminder to us all how things can change at any company doing well...( 2-3 yrs ago now)|
|Awful results. Definitely value to be had. Turnover is much lower than any of us expected a few years back. Not tempted back. Hold enough indirectly through WSE.|
|This would be likely be a nice little bolt on acquisition for a larger concern in the oil and gas business, strong net tangible assets!|
|To be expected Smithie, they have stabilised the business, it is at least generating cash, the bulk of the losses relate to late 2015, early 2016, this will come back, it is fundamentally a good business, simply low demand!|
|...glad I kept away...
The oil division having a very bad time....with little use of the kit vs the boom yrs. And load bank sales also low.
Too much blah blah spin in the results imo.|
|Rock and Roll!|
|Rock and Roll!|
|...interesting political question....
If Asia offers 1000$/ Xm3 & Auz electricity generators only offer 500$ then is it fair for gas cos. to export it but then parts of Auz phps suffer power cuts ?
( surely the Govt just needs to impose bigger fines for power cuts....& electricity cos will be forced to produce more electricity to avoid cuts...if needed paying more for buying gas to achieve that
& phps a law to allow to block exports short term if those m3 are needed to avoid power cuts...)
(The gas is produced...just that a lot is being shipped to Asia)|
|There is a shortage of gas in Australia to generate electricity. A lot of gas has been found, with help from Tasman Oils, NBI subsidiary. Australian government saying that too much gas is being exported.Surely the answer is to engage Tasman oil and find more gas. Drill baby drill.|
|Then they need to import more!|
|Reports in Australian press about shortage of gas in Western Australia.|
|Taken a first position in this, attracted by the chart. Has this simply been a casualty of the falling PoO, like Lamprell? How do you assess its prospects now? I also hold Lamprell, which is cash rich, but had a recently rather indifferent TU.|
|getting a little traction here|
|No reward without risk.|
|note illiquidity can cause sharp movements both ways!|
|Only 25.9 million shares so continued buying and this will shift pretty quickly back upwards imo.|
|looking strong again I agree|
|Very good looking chart with that wide flat base. Plenty of upside from here.|
|Still a long way back to reinstating the dividend let alone getting anywhere near where it was previously.|
|...and missed opportunities.....|
|..but on the other hand !
..if Auz dollar strengthens then Auz oil sector gets hit hard...
....well, I guess in the stk mkt there are always risks....|
|NBI had c 17.5m shares in nov 2013 to june 2014 when it traded between 300-400p.it then traded up to @500p
after the 'major dilatory'rights issue placing in April 2016 it now has c 26.5m shares
deducting@33% for the extra stock could target 200-300p in the short term,with a top out target of @365
judging by how illiquid and fast it can move as witnessed...200p could come in one sitting!|