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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Porvair Plc LSE:PRV London Ordinary Share GB0006963689 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -8.00p -1.48% 532.00p 530.00p 538.00p 544.00p 530.00p 532.00p 9,744 16:35:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 128.8 12.0 22.1 24.1 242.17

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16/9/2013
13:57
Looks like a few stops hit on that dip. Managed to pick some up at 219p.
wjccghcc
05/9/2013
19:10
Another run of silly small sells between 2 and 3 this afternoon. The same pattern occurred yesterday.
lurki0
05/9/2013
16:33
Look at that Rue - your post stopped the rot! A massive rise of one penny mid spread!!
willydoctor
05/9/2013
12:52
Rue doesn't buy shares in downtrends.
ruethewhirl
04/9/2013
09:29
Praps getting in at sub 250 might be a better plan Rue - it has fallen remarkably given the positve news and persistent growth. I can only imagine that it was speculated on the basis of entry into the FTSE all share and the buying has temporarily slowed.
willydoctor
09/8/2013
11:35
Hasn't gone anywhere for three months and that drop broke years of uninterrupted higher highs and higher lows. I'm out for the time being. Back in if we get back above 280.
ruethewhirl
09/8/2013
08:15
I note that the 18,607 NT buy at 4.08 reported yesterday at 15:59:55 HAS BEEN REMOVED TODAY!!!
ddav
08/8/2013
20:47
Prv...bomin
birdsedgeuk
08/8/2013
12:45
Old Mutual increased their holding today - taking them above 5%. Nice vote of confidence given the drop last week. This bounce is about to take the share price back above the 100 moving average. Suggests a reinstatement of the trend to which we've all become rather accustomed.
lurki0
08/8/2013
11:17
Just up --- 4.08 paid for 18,607 shares out of hours "NT" yesterday at 15:59:55 ??
ddav
07/8/2013
07:55
I'm pretty sure from reading the blog that PP wasn't aware of the size of the original contract when making his comments though generally I agree the share price did get a little ahead of itself recently on available broker upgrades and Ben Stokes relatively cautious outlook statement.
cockerhoop
06/8/2013
16:33
Here is the original Jamnagar contract from February. http://uk.advfn.com/news/UKREG/2013/article/56260413 Commenting, Ben Stocks, CEO of Porvair said: "We are delighted to have been selected for this high profile work in India that significantly strengthens our position in Energy and Industrial filtration markets. Elements of the engineering will be similar to the work we are currently doing for POSCO in South Korea, but the initial Jamnagar installation will be three times larger. The project is modular in design. Engineering work will start immediately with much of the work being exported from our plant at Segensworth, UK. The financial impact of the contract will be spread over several years." The original POSCO contract was for $10-12 million so you could be conservative with $46 million. Just found the Pauly Pilot blog.A very good read and good insight into why a highly rated stock such as PRV can suddenly fall. Have to disagree with him regarding todays contract RNS being a PR exercise.If the contract has been upped by $12 million that is very significant I would say. A guy on their thinks the contract could now be worth between $46 to $70 million. This from the last results. "Several large contracts are now underway. All are proceeding to plan but have a limited impact on these results"
shauney2
06/8/2013
14:03
Hi Lurkio Sure somewhere that we were told it was three times larger than the Posco contract,might have been in the podcast,or in the results will have to check back. SO that made the contract 30million we have had at 25 % increase 1st time so say upto 37.50miliion and now another 25% hike which makes the contract over 46 million. Might be wrong, anyone else remember if we had an indication of the worth of the Reliance contract
hell23
06/8/2013
12:58
hell23 - difficult to say. What we do know is that when the original contract was signed its value was undisclosed for 'commercial reasons'. However later in the year the CEO referred to the deal as being 'larger than the POSCO contract', which is valued at $10m. Whatever the number it's all good - and a timely reminder to us all that this is a business whose products and services are in demand from some pretty serious manufacturers around the globe.I would imagine that at some point this week an analyst or two will hazard a guess as to what kind of a figure the extension will produce.
lurki0
06/8/2013
08:03
Reliance contract up by another 25% Does that add up to an extra 10 million ?
hell23
05/8/2013
20:47
Well that was a shock as a comparative new boy I have not seen that before and I have gone from holding what I thought was a climbing share to being stopped out Great! so as it stopped out at the top end of the shake I will get straight back in. Very interesting reading the comments from you guy's, I feel better now
hornigold
05/8/2013
15:54
So for those using SB as our main instrument it may be wise to pull out of our positions ahead of summer period taking profits and re-enter wih the same companies to avoid huge falls and instabilities like this one? Afterall Porvair isn't exactly a volatile share normally! Of course, my ISA shares aren't affected as long as they recover, or at least start to come back up September unwards, but for spread betting I'm thinking the above might be a more prudent approach.
p777uly
05/8/2013
15:27
Good post Lurki, Thanks for that! WD
willydoctor
05/8/2013
14:54
Almost exactly a year ago to the day there was a three-fold increase on normal volume that precipitated a weakening of the share price until the first week in September. The fall today is that bit more magnified than last year because the run-up to the share going xd was proportionately greater than last year. This will now consolidate, I guess, around a 245-250 support level until the next IMS. As ever the thing to look for is any selling activity by firms holding 3% or more; if they- who will be far better informed than we mere PIs - are content to sit tight than so am I.
lurki0
05/8/2013
11:50
I got in at around 250 so I haven't lost anything. Just watched my profits go up to a considerable sum and upped my stop a little. I expected a little bit of stagnation or a gradual fall with it being the summer and then the share price to begin to gain momentum around September, but in a single morning it fell and hit my stop. Literally when I was in the shower. I will reasses things and am sure that the correct time will come to re enter. I still maintain faith in this company. I also only started trading for real in Jan of this year after 2 years of research and practising with mock investements. I'm overall pleased with my profits, especially in such a short period of time but I never foresaw such a number of very, very good companies experience such inexplicable falls in share price for no apparent reason. I know in this case it will be the MM at work/a tree shake but I see other very good companies share price slowly falling by quite a bit too. Is this just what happens in summer?
p777uly
05/8/2013
09:54
2 at - I hope you acted quickly to lower your stop-loss. The mms will have caught out people this morning who maintain too tight stops.
aimingupward2
05/8/2013
09:46
P7, That was a big drop on very little volume, which would suggest a tree shake! Sadly no-one can answer than one for you, but I continue to stick with the story of this company and have a good holding.dyor.
georgeg2
05/8/2013
09:42
Novice trader here. I've gone from a considerable amount up with porvair to, in the summer months, drastic fall and now I've been stopped out. Should I buy back in at the low price in anticipation of the ride back to 300?
p777uly
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