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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Safestyle UK LSE:SFE London Ordinary Share JE00BGP63272 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +4.15p +4.88% 89.15p 147,675 16:35:03
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
88.30p 90.00p 90.00p 85.60p 86.00p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 158.55 10.83 13.10 6.8 71.5

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Safestyle Daily Update: Safestyle UK is listed in the Household Goods & Home Construction sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SFE. The last closing price for Safestyle was 85p.
Safestyle UK has a 4 week average price of 68p and a 12 week average price of 47.30p.
The 1 year high share price is 178p while the 1 year low share price is currently 30.80p.
There are currently 80,242,143 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 349,624 shares. The market capitalisation of Safestyle UK is £71,535,870.48.
squarepeg86: Some very interesting points there, thanks MThom. I do think though, that the average buyer and not investor will (generally) buy from the known name, and be blissfully unaware of the recent events regarding Safeglaze. If I wasn't watching the share price then I wouldn't have had a clue about recent events at all. It seems that before Safeglaze came along (and not from nothing but from very strong positions within the industry) that Safestyle was doing quite well. I would personally say that there has been some panic selling, and it looks as though it was triggered by very small volume sells that I imagine tripped a lot of stops on the way down too. There is room for massive recovery here now, and huge incentives for the people involved to get it right. Definitely given me a different perspective on it though and a few things to look into, thanks.
topvest: Absolutely. The share price will probably go up a little further, but i will stay out for good.
essentialinvestor: shaker44 - 05 Jan 2018 - 08:40:30 - 804 of 971 Safestyle - SFE I agree fill. And the share price is remarkably resilient after news of this sale and investors chronicles sell recommendation. I believe the market badly over reacted to the miniscule miss reported in the last rns. SFE price was approx £1.67 when you posted the above.
africa99: Please people look at the actual facts. CEO in Dec sells over 1 million shares at 161p - that is a fact Does the CEO want these shares back and at what price ? Final results come out stating actual sales up - that is a fact. Capex going to be down - fact. Now what do we get - profit warnings without any actual figures . Cancel div where there could have halved div. Share price collapses. They now have 4 months before the say actually business not that bad plus reinstate div. Share price rises by 50% Has the CEO bought back in ? Always read between the lines Does Safeglaze have a manufacturing plant ? Can they actually control the price they pay for their windows ?
africa99: I have a feeling that somebody wants this share price to get as low as possible so that they can buy back a lot of shares very cheaply. This so called new competitor, SafeGlaze, is not a national player so how much business can it be taking ? Safestyles marketing seems to have dryed up - why ? They have cash in the bank and are almost debt free. Any company that says business is tough but is going to maintain a very large div and then cancels it shortly afterwards knows what it is going to do to the share price.
alter ego: I wouldn't base my decision to buy on the share price. I would want to see evidence that the business has started to recover rather than simply assuming a low share price means there's value in the stock.
kazoom: I rarely filter or ignore anyone shaker, but I do agree that amongst some useful negative posts there does seem to be a fair bit of "noise". I am also highly suspicious of the high number of very recent positive ratings for safeglaze on Trustpilot (an ironic name given how easy it seems to game) it feels like there is a bit of a "campaign" going on here. All that said, I do think that Safestyle share price is more likely than not to go lower (maybe significantly so) over the next 'few' months. No advice intended, but I wouldn't want to be a holder at the moment as in the near term I think the risks outweigh the rewards.
tobyteddy: Seriously Shaker44, All those who have gone, are top sales, top canvesser's top surveyors..etc. All gone to the new competitor, who are already tv advertising! It's a forced restructure,and the cost base is still the same! . although it's not all doom and gloom,that sort of upheaval takes some time to sort out, the share price can really only go one way for now.imho...[don't hold , never will]
essentialinvestor: shaker, why do you think a director is willing to sell at This level, following a very significant share price decline?.
shaker44: Buyback programme under way. 90000 in each of the last 2 days. And share price responding well. Maybe a few shorters burned to a crisp Glenda! Hope so. Gotta flush them out
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