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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
North Midland Construction LSE:NMD London Ordinary Share GB0006452857 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 520.00p 510.00p 530.00p 520.00p 520.00p 520.00p 1,501 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 291.8 1.0 7.3 71.1 52.78

Nth.Mid.Cons Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/11/2018
19:31
Solid buys in at the end though.
dround87
15/11/2018
12:49
Yeah terrible day. Big red screen unfortunately...
dround87
15/11/2018
11:00
Thought it was coming. Flat for too long. Oh well. We hit new highs on the latest spike. Let's see where we get this time. Not particularly concerned.
dround87
15/11/2018
10:24
Bit of a shake maybe.
battlebus2
15/11/2018
10:18
just tried dummy sale and being offered £5.12 for £5k so looks like IMO they still want the stock no? DYOR, odd moves tho given all the positivity from the share recently IMO
qs99
13/11/2018
13:31
It's been a strange few weeks all round for price action! Things are getting more volitile in the big markets. Great to have a local stock bucking the trend and performing well.
dround87
13/11/2018
12:33
Strange price action. The buys keep coming yet the actual price paid is falling. I guess the MM have got a bit of stock from somewhere or know where they can source it. Doesn't really bother me. The buys keep coming and wherever the stock is coming from it won't go on very long given the share register.
cc2014
12/11/2018
21:24
Fairly large buys in though. No selling. Good start!
dround87
12/11/2018
07:09
Monday is here dround, let's see if NMD can keep going! Budget IMO has provided great runway of infrastructure projects and continued building programmes, more so than for a very long time so IMO the long-term spending by UK Govt is a good macro backdrop for the likes of NMD...DYOR
qs99
09/11/2018
19:06
Wobble and hold! Great! Fun and games in the US again damaging my portfolio but this just keeps powering through. Can't wait for Monday!
dround87
08/11/2018
15:08
looks like an afternoon step up again.....
qs99
08/11/2018
12:47
550 being holding for 4 hours now. It looks to me like someone has started taking notice on the back of the orders for South West Water and the Highways Agency. If they get the one for Severn Trent which I'm sure they will that will give it another kick.
cc2014
08/11/2018
12:23
blimey over 6,000 shares traded is unusual for NMD!
qs99
08/11/2018
08:41
Yup cc I’d be interested! Either way looks like NMD is slowly and surely being re-rated.... let’s hope management can get to their 5> margin sooner and start motoring towards a £1bn turnover business.. DYOR and GLa
qs99
07/11/2018
21:53
Bravo CC2014! I average 352p. I wish I was more aggressive earlier in hindsight but it’s one of them ones where I was scouring the reports wondering - what am I missing? Thanks for the Livermore lead! Will be adding to my book list. Any more undervalued stocks on your radar?
moneygenxyz
07/11/2018
14:11
Look forward to hearing more on that story!! Hehe £6 here we come big old squeeze
qs99
07/11/2018
13:56
Up we go again. Jesse Livermore is my hero! And his granddaughter too, but best not to mention that too loudly.
cc2014
07/11/2018
11:15
I know. I'm not sure what to say. My plan actually came together. I did the research, spent 8 months acquiring my shares, which for 6 of them I was pretty much the only buyer in the market and then managed to hold onto them in the early days and not sell out for a small profit. The constant stream of director and Charlton buys once the price hit 200p made it easy for me to stay in the trade once it got there. I'm pretty sure for the two months I wasn't the only buyer, me and Mr. Charlton were playing a game of cat and mouse buying most of the shares that came on the market. I didn't know it was him of course at the time but it kinds of fits retrospectively.
cc2014
07/11/2018
09:50
115? Lucky man!
dround87
07/11/2018
09:36
That's a good question QS99 and very difficult to answer. NMD is part of FTSE fledgling and as far as I'm aware there is no FTSE fledgling ETF or tracker fund. It's going to take some time to get promoted to FTSE small cap as the entry requirement is around £185m market cap. FTSE small cap trackers are not popular in the UK, although they are very popular in the US. Having said all that the small cap funds will begin to take notice somewhere between £75-100m market cap. These aren't trackers but will be searching for small cap companies which can significantly outperform the market. NMD fits this bill. However, the low liquidity and family share ownership is going to put them off as it's going to be difficult for them to get a decent chunk of shares. Should the share price rise to say £20 per share I suspect the family will be forced to provide greater liquidity. That's a good problem to have though. In the meantime what we can clearly see is that the management team are busy bidding and winning new work which will grow the company at a minimum rate of 20-25% a year, a decent achievement against a fairly bland UK economy. We can also see there is a strategy in their bid process, focusing on areas of work they know well. It suggest a managed, focused approach and that's always the right sort of work to win. This share is the best share in my portfolio and more importantly is easy for me to manage. I'm in at 115p and I always imagined when I got a share that multi-bagged this much this fast I'd be spending all my time trying to figure out where to sell. Instead I find myself looking at the newsflow and knowing that's not a decision I need to make. How wonderful.
cc2014
07/11/2018
08:49
think directors who purchased will be feeling very pleased with themselves! What level do trackers have to start trying to access shares?
qs99
07/11/2018
08:33
Could explain that high director buy. Not looking so high today!
dround87
07/11/2018
08:29
Great spot and thanks CC...new high and heading towards my tenner!
qs99
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