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
  +15.00p +5.04% 312.50p 305.00p 320.00p 312.50p 297.50p 297.50p 32,848.00 14:27:48
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 217.6 0.6 12.3 25.4 31.72

Nth.Mid.Cons Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/4/2017
19:37
You have to love this stock. Feeling very comfortable to continue holding
cc2014
28/4/2017
16:47
You will have seen the swings then...hopefully we can get back to those highs again.
battlebus2
28/4/2017
16:36
Been on my radar and in my portfolio since 1996!
eclair
28/4/2017
16:18
Still under the radar to a degree but i'm sure there's a few more lurkers
battlebus2
28/4/2017
13:46
just you and me BB! not seemed to attracted too many to this little gem yet! gla
qs99
28/4/2017
12:40
Yup, onwards towards a fiver....GLA
qs99
28/4/2017
10:30
That's £3 broken, also good to see the incentive awards issued, hopefully a few more when we are at £5 ;))
battlebus2
27/4/2017
23:07
Last time we had a narrow spread we saw the shares climb 👍
battlebus2
27/4/2017
21:18
great, look forward to smashing through £3 then!
qs99
27/4/2017
20:45
Banging it's head harder at 300. Trades going through at 299.x with spread now closed to 295-300 the tightest it's been for a long time
cc2014
25/4/2017
21:51
Can't quite make it through 300 yet. 297.5 to buy in the real world.
cc2014
24/4/2017
20:05
Some decent buys today - tipped somewhere perhaps. Or maybe one investor picking up several lots during the day. I think 300 on the offer won't last tomorrow looking at those volumes.
cc2014
24/4/2017
17:33
Yup, nice to see the tick up. Lots more to come IMO
qs99
24/4/2017
17:26
Well we got that £3 today even if it's only on the buy side for now. Really like this co, excellently run imv.
battlebus2
19/4/2017
23:20
I don't really have a scooby what a cyclotron is but it sounds great and hopefully involves a premium margin
cc2014
07/4/2017
14:07
Looking good
qs99
07/4/2017
13:08
Might get there today!
cc2014
07/4/2017
12:13
Closing in on £3...
battlebus2
06/4/2017
15:39
A long long way to go imv...dyor etc
battlebus2
06/4/2017
14:39
Still moving
qs99
04/4/2017
18:29
Yes I can see nothing but upside, that cash will be put to use I'm sure. I'm guessing we will see another significant jump soon , I hope to add before then.
battlebus2
04/4/2017
18:16
I don't want to get ahead of myself but £8.5m looks do-able and £6.5m would look like the worst possible outcome? Anyways as far as I can ascertain the all time high for this stock is just over 500 and at that time the profit was £3.1m although had been higher the year before at £5.5m. Dividend at that time was 8.5p I can be patient and happy to hold for a few years. Anything between £6.5m and £8.5m would see a significant improvement in the cash position as dividends are only £450k a year at the moment and we have brought forward tax losses to mitigate the corporation tax bill. No pension issues so effectively most of that cash will flow directly onto the balance sheet or get paid in dividends. A couple of years running a profit of that size is going to make this look a very different company. I expect the directors to be cautious over dividend payouts and I applaud that - happy for them to build up a buffer just in case there are troubles ahead.
cc2014
04/4/2017
17:28
Yes the big legacy problem last year was construction. Telecoms was just useless but they seem to be in gear to improve. If they get it back to break-even then with about 12% bigger order book etc your £8.5m looks possible. It is all pretty woolly but maybe very very cheap here as you say (P/E=4?). Too cheap by miles IMO but low margin contract work so always danger of bits not performing well.
eezymunny
04/4/2017
14:38
CC, The wording in the narrative on legacy contracts refers specifically to construction contracts and not to telecommunications, so I go towards the top end of your estimate.
nw1234
04/4/2017
14:28
So, I've been trying to unravel the results and it suggests the following: Profit before legacy contract £5.9m and after £2.1m. Contract has been completed so no further costs to complete. Directors suggest the income in books is based on their best estimate of recoverable costs - who knows? Maybe we will have a few more costs or maybe they have kitchen-sinked it. what I can't entirely figure out is which area of the business the legacy contract is in. The telecomms unit shows a large loss of £2.6m so on the fact of it you'd assume that's were the legacy contract is but the the first half results refer to only £0.036m of legacy contracts in telecomms at the half year. The loss hasn't increased enough in the second half to allow for £3.85m of legacy costs. So, either NMD can turn £5.9m plus a bit more as things improve = say £6.5m or they can turn £5.9m plus a bit plus start eliminating loss on telecomms Gives a profit range for next year of say £6.5m- £8.5m With a market cap of £27m, no pension deficits, cash in the banks plus owning loads of assets in preference to leasing it remains crazy cheap to me.
cc2014
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