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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Safestyle Uk Plc LSE:SFE London Ordinary Share JE00BGP63272 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.60 1.4% 43.50 41.50 42.50 42.90 40.80 40.80 120,942 16:35:18
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 126.2 -3.8 -4.0 - 58

Safestyle Uk Share Discussion Threads

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24/4/2018
18:46
Mitu Misra was the man at the helm of Safe Style prior to LSE listing. Interesting to note that the newly appointed FD at Safe Glaze (Niamac Developments) according to Companies House is Aarti Rani Misra. Not sure what relationship (if any) Aarti has to Mitu however, it is possible that they are within the same family??? In any direct sales organisation like this, 80% of the sales will come from 20% of the sales force. If Safe Glaze has managed to recruit these 'top performers', this will prove very difficult for Safe Style to recover from??? I'm asking myself is this time to short???
copter pilot
24/4/2018
16:47
daft to let them. your house, throw them out
shaker44
24/4/2018
16:25
Personally I hope they go bust - I wanted a quote, not a 2 man torture team wasting my time for hours on end.
yf23_1
24/4/2018
15:19
Zeus . .....ACRL -- Enough said I think.
bscuit
24/4/2018
14:14
Sorry I failed to read that Essential
solarno lopez
24/4/2018
14:04
Solarno, that's also been posted elsewhere. What's interesting re the SFE SP, is there were posts here referencing developments months ago. Some people appeared to be well ahead of consensus. hybrasil, agree.
essentialinvestor
24/4/2018
14:01
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
24/4/2018
13:39
Safeglaze is the old family team who set up Safestyle UK so they know all about double glazing and very aggressive selling
solarno lopez
24/4/2018
13:06
why buy them when as a competitor you are destroying them in the market
hybrasil
24/4/2018
12:06
It could even get bought out at these prices.
g2theary
24/4/2018
08:55
My reckoning is that it will fall to somewhere in the 35p range. Its still at 50% of the float price which based on these announcements is hard to justify.
hybrasil
23/4/2018
21:24
I did try tell you all .
bigchipflipflop
23/4/2018
18:17
you were saying its a no brainer read the zeus report just a few days ago.. same here. i was counting on the dividend to support the share price now thats gone. i doubled up today. i could have sold for a nice profit above 120p but i didn't take it. bought some more today under 60p. some big trades showing after the close. not sure if these are late reported buys or sells. how can you tell?..
citytrader66
23/4/2018
16:10
Just thrown my holding in the compost Growing vegetables now so i can eat. Wheres my dividend?
tonygardener
23/4/2018
15:51
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.
africa99
23/4/2018
15:51
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.
africa99
23/4/2018
15:44
on. bigdazzler18 Jul '17 - 15:59 - 726 of 920 Edit 0 0 0 topvest18 May '17 - 08:21 - 707 of 725 0 0 Confident of "Broadly in line" is what they say. In director speak that means slightly below. bigdazzler18 May '17 - 09:04 - 708 of 725 0 0 Edit No that means timber soon enough imo There you go told you so. Nice fat profit again. Well you wouldn’t listen to the charts or the fundamentals. You’ve only got yourself to blame.
bigdazzler
23/4/2018
11:25
I've only got a small holding so will keep holding for now. I will reassess when we get the annual report.
topvest
23/4/2018
09:08
Yes, on the replacement side, customers can normally defer when they lack confidence in their own financial futures. So, there's potential for another step down in the demand for new windows. I may wait till I see the Chief Executive buy. Myself, I only experience a normal level of good luck. So, for me it would make sense to follow such a lucky person.
ed 123
23/4/2018
08:56
You cynic Ed ) I worked in a canvessing operation for a national replacement window company while at 6th form college in Esher. In 1987 it was boom time, by 1989 they were bankrupt. If SFE can trade through this, it may be a very interesting recovery play. However, it's worth keeping in mind these are generally highly supportive economic conditions. The housing market is strong, UK employment is at record levels, the UK economy has experienced nearly a decade of GDP growth. What happens when the next recession hits?.
essentialinvestor
23/4/2018
08:47
Yes, with hindsight the Chief Executive was very lucky to have experienced 'personal financial reasons' causing him to sell 1.4 million shares at 160p each on 15th December. I don't see any director share buys, either.
ed 123
23/4/2018
08:37
Not one of the BOD had bought the dip, not a single share, unless I missed it. Those director sales now look very astute indeed.
essentialinvestor
23/4/2018
08:28
Ok, got it. Seems the competitor is Safeglaze UK. I've read up on the market for double glazing. Times are very difficult. Will watch, don't think we've see the bottom of the market just yet. At some point Safestyle may be a buy? Maybe needs a contraction in the industry's supply capacity to reduce price competition? Everest or Anglia departing would obviously be good. Perhaps a case of who can withstand the pain the longest? Survivors could live to enjoy improved markets further out? Not clear enough yet for me.
ed 123
23/4/2018
08:07
Who is the aggressive new entrant into Safestyle's market? Not holding but want to understand the competitor situation better.
ed 123
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