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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
S4 Capital Plc LSE:SFOR London Ordinary Share GB00BFZZM640 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.90 1.31% 147.00 2,108,824 16:35:02
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
146.40 146.80 148.80 141.90 144.90
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 686.60 -55.65 -10.30 822
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:03:49 O 16,367 146.991 GBX

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S4 Capital Daily Update: S4 Capital Plc is listed in the Nonequity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SFOR. The last closing price for S4 Capital was 145.10p.
S4 Capital Plc has a 4 week average price of 111p and a 12 week average price of 111p.
The 1 year high share price is 878p while the 1 year low share price is currently 111p.
There are currently 559,266,912 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,929,588 shares. The market capitalisation of S4 Capital Plc is £822,122,360.64.
nige co: Auson, yes I noticed 2 trades this morning close together 71k & 70.4k before a spike in the share price. I thought to myself maybe shorts closing, if shorts are closing this could push the share price up considerably. I hope so.
tongosti: Despite the current crop of issues the business is facing I still like it and what you say makes a lot of sense to me as well. From an underlying business perspective MS has a lot of experience in building things up during a recessionary environment for the kind of reasons you mention. However the stock market is a different beast and it takes take to start reflecting value. As such, (my personal choice), I would never get in on fundamentals grounds alone no matter how cheap the price may look at first glance (after all this has been cheap all the way down and stilldoes). I'd rather do so when the price action (of share price + wider markets) signals a potential turn instead. We still do not see one (in its simplest form, a capture of the 50 day MA would clearly get the markets attention). It's a historical fact that 60% pf stock returns are beta driven / 20% industry driven and only 20% idiosyncratic in nature. SFOR is no different in the sense that one needs to be patient biding one's time and wait for the inevitable green shoots. Granted, I agree we will never get the exact bottom but, in my world, I never aim to buy cheap but rather buy at the right time when odds are stacked in my favour and the share price is willing to move in the intended direction.
togglebrush: Once upon a time,.........; 19 March 2020, the share price was 110p then with magic fairy dust it was transformed so by 23 September 2021, the share price was 870p .
wallywoo: Anyone feel the same as me, in the way Sfor detail these acquisitions? They give no financial details, just announce they have bought them. They can get away with this when the share price is doing well, but it has been in free fall for months dropping 70 percent from highs. Makes you feel that the acquired companies are all doing really well out of it, where Sfor shareholders are paying for them. Still staying clear of this, because of this arrogant dismissal of information. Though I believe it will be a good trade in months to come.
togglebrush: AGM statement but NO NEWS Both Share prices of SFOR and TRMR down TRMR is a Techn advertising in USA similar to SFOR is this a sector problem ???
tongosti: It is a sound rationale but one that applies in the the context of a benign macro backdrop, in my view. If we are in the throes of a major recession (worse, of the stagflationary kind), with almost no exception every signal stock out there can be expected to be hammered much more. Amazon was a phenomenally growing company during the years when it's share price collapsed by 80% in a process which took years not weeks and months. All I am saying is that the underlying business maybe very compelling (and with a share price which may be enticing "in isolation"). However one needs wider markets to play ball for one's thesis to be validated. If markets winds are favourable than happy days. If not (the proverbial "right time" is not there) then this maybe an entirely different proposition. Time will tell pal so good luck and let's see what the markets will have in store for us all.
wallywoo: That's very true, but this isn't a failing company scenario. It's a company that got way over bought by investors greed scenario. The reasons why they bgt it still exists, it is a growth champion in a growth sector and a global leader in its field. So what's needed is a line drawn under the bottom, so the share price can rebuild. The share price is showing signs this could be it, however, it is not confirmed. Essentially it is a risky bottom fishing punt. Get it right and you could quickly make 40 /50 percent profit. Wrong and you may have to hold for 12 months before profit. That's my take anyway!!
wallywoo: Martin Sorrell is the executive chairman not the CEO. The share price today is a opportunity imo, not a series of disasters. They are building a marketing world leader out of nothing. In a market growing at 10%+ a year (whether in recession or not). They are 3/4 years into the process, and at their current rate of growth should be gaining maturity in a couple of years. That's a story that I like. Really not noticed them until recently, but glad I have the opportunity to own part of it at this valuation. When Sorrell founded WPP they too rose quickly with share price going from 150 to 1100 in early 2000's. It then fell back to 400 odd in 2007 before rising again to over 1700p in 2017. Same again please Martin!!! Being tech based, I believe/hope the progress this time will be much quicker, with a share price reaching highs in another 3/4 years (hopefully 1 bag every year in that time).
wallywoo: Volume is really low for such a large share price move. Says to me that a quick share price recovery is likely. It will remain volatile until either the down trend resumes or the trend turns upwards. No real technical clue which is more likely, but I'm betting on the latter.
togglebrush: London Media companies 6 monthly share prices with comparison to a common base. ' All are London based with TRMR being Tech media based and close to SFOR in context. The two almost moved as a matched pair for much of 2021 until mid-February 2022 On the basis of contemporises SFOR should be priced on or around 480p to 500p if it just matched their performance or higher if SFOR excelled EPIC SFOR SFOR TRMR TRMR NFC NFC SAA SAA WPP WPP Date Price___ to base Price___ to base Price___ to base Price___ to base Price___ to base 01/11/2021 724.00 0.0% 706.00 0.0% 1,240.00 0.0% 158.00 0.0% 1062.50 0.0% 24/12/2021 609.00 -28.6% 556.00 -21.2% 1,340.00 8.1% 163.00 3.2% 1120.00 5.4% 27/01/2022 488.50 -32.5% 497.00 -29.6% 1,100.00 -11.3% 182.00 15.2% 1143.50 7.62% 28/02/2022 469.00 -35.2% 588.00 -16.7% 1,235.00 -0.4% 169.00 7.0% 1057.50 -0.47% 25/03/2022 439.00 -39.4% 580.00 -17.8% 1,280.00 3.2% 185.00 17.1% 1039.50 -2.16% 29/04/2022 305.00 -57.9% 484.00 -31.4% 1,308.00 5.5% 195.00 23.4% 1005.00 -5.41% E&OE
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