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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.80 2.95% 62.80 8,591 16:35:13
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
61.80 62.60 62.80 62.80 62.80
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 126.24 -3.83 -4.00 83
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:13 UT 238 62.80 GBX

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14/6/2021
09:20
Safestyle Uk Daily Update: Safestyle Uk Plc is listed in the Household Goods & Home Construction sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SFE. The last closing price for Safestyle Uk was 61p.
Safestyle Uk Plc has a 4 week average price of 57.80p and a 12 week average price of 47p.
The 1 year high share price is 68p while the 1 year low share price is currently 25p.
There are currently 132,808,896 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 34,792 shares. The market capitalisation of Safestyle Uk Plc is £83,403,986.69.
26/5/2021
20:37
thewheeliedealer: Hi all, My mate Peter @Conkers3 and myself did a ‘Twin Petes Investing’ Podcast last week and SFE was one of the Stocks we discussed and I have fond memories because I did very well out of it a couple of years ago, although neither of us hold it at the moment. We also discussed a lot about Markets and the opportunity for Stocks similar to SFE. As always we also chatted about loads of other Stocks and Ideas for research and a fair bit of educational stuff with regards to Investing and Portfolio Management. Anyway, if you use Youtube, Apple, Audioboom, Overcast, Google+ or Spotify, Podchaser etc. you can find it under the 'Conkers Corner' Channel (you want Podcast TPI 49) and you can find it on Soundcloud at the link below. I hope you enjoy it and find it useful, we try to keep them light and they are totally unscripted, with the intent being that it is like you are eavesdropping on us having a chat down the local boozer. Cheers, WD @wheeliedealer hTTps://soundcloud.com/user-479955511/conkers3-wheeliedealer-49-futr-tsla-vod-bt-dgi9-air-pcf-ftse-btc-doge-insg-dia-ai And you can hear it on YouTube here: hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QDMZU9MmIIo
15/4/2021
14:14
sphere25: Ok so we have reached the 60p short term target now. No drama in the price as this is typed, it is stable. It has been an interesting one. Technicals: We can see the way the chart has been curving up with buyers coming in on the dips. The real big signal here on the recent trades was the way the buyers had been coming in for big chunks of shares with the likes of Invesco and CI Investments getting bought down or out entirely - real stand out moves which caused a significant imbalance in the demand/supply dynamics to drive the price higher. Fundamentals: Clearly SFE are making more bullish noises of late with forecast upgrades and the market is now pricing in further forecast upgrades, but some interesting sector related news (as well as general RMI and wider insights) out today. EPWN: "RMI demand quicker to return and stronger than new build and social housing" "COVID-19 period has stimulated demand for home, garden and leisure space spending as it has highlighted the need for improvements, addressing maintenance and more recently for creating workspace. These trends seem set to continue. Medium and long-term drivers for the RMI market remain positive" Like SFE, they are ahead of forecasts: "2021 has started well, with trading up to the middle of March slightly ahead of the Board's expectations despite the poor weather experienced in January and early February" However, they are being realistic in setting expectations going forward: "For homeowners who have retained their jobs, disposable incomes and savings have increased due to decreased commuting and less expenditure on holidays, eating out and leisure activities. In addition, many of these households have had to spend significantly more time in their properties due to working from home and lack of availability of other leisure opportunities, which has meant more of their funds have been redirected to repair and maintenance as well as improving their homes. It is possible that as the lockdown measures decrease towards the second half of the year then consumers may switch their spending priorities to holidays and leisure activities at the expense of repair and maintenance." So just how sustainable is all this? There are also interesting comments on cost inflation headwinds: "PVC raw materials supply remains under pressure with shortages from global events driving up the price of resin significantly to all-time highs. Steps are being taken to recover these costs in the market in an equitable manner" "PVC resin prices will be a headwind, certainly in the short term, following force majeure and planned plant maintenance at two of the largest PVC resin producers with operations in Europe during Q4. This has severely restricted supply in the final quarter of 2020 and continued to put pressure on resin availability and prices during the first quarter of 2021" Forecasts prior to today were: EPS 2020 2.3p 2021 5.1p It looks it has priced in a earnings recovery to at least 2022 and the market is more than comfortable with that. TPK also out today with a few snippets: "The Group has enjoyed an encouraging start to the year with robust like-for-like sales growth across our businesses, underpinned by strong demand in the RMI market" "Throughout January and February all businesses saw a continuation of the trends from the last quarter of 2020. During March, however, the Group experienced a marked step up in activity with pent-up demand and continued high levels of housing transactions fuelling higher RMI spend" Some interesting comments by TPK on cost price inflation again. It makes you wonder if that will become a real issue nearer than the markets are anticipating, not only for companies, but all economies. QE forever and major stimulus programmes could cause some major headwinds in future so interesting to note some of these early comments from companies. Also have NXR out today: That statement was scheduled, but it is still the third upgrade, in no less than six weeks! Canaccord clearly provided a great opportunity there. RMI clearly flavour of recent times: "Our UK business has continued to perform strongly with revenue for the second half at 115% of prior year on a like for like basis(2) reflecting the increased activity in the repair, maintenance, and improvement (RMI) sector" Forecasts prior to today were: EPS 2021 25.0p 2022 28.2p NXR is like EPWN rating wise, never commands a big multiple and the market appears more than comfortable in the picture out to at least 2022. Clearly it is all about sustainability and how much of this pent up demand will unwind and then how the inflation dynamics kick in. These will be some of the big questions for SFE. The commentary from EPWN in particular is interesting in terms of how they are guiding on the outlook. Even though the price in SFE has been rallying strong, it is still dividing opinions with Invesco and CI Investments jumping ship in a rather abrupt manner, whereas Soros Fund are aggressively on ship and installing an extra engine (or two) with upgraded rudders. But which way will the ship eventually flow? (Cue dramatic music) Interesting times! All imo DYOR
13/4/2021
15:50
sphere25: Nibbled a few more here. Despite all the selling here, price still edging higher and they're queuing up on the book here for shares atm - looks peculiar. It could be breakout time. RNS shows CI Investments have cleared out 9.16% and the price is going higher. As stated before, it just shows very strong demand in the market for SFE shares atm so happy to ride along with that, regardless of views. Can't see too much else out there atm beyond a stream of buys in SAA earlier but clearly a seller in size still at work there so a big clear out needed by the looks of things. I can see a stream of buys coming into FUM this afternoon. That is ahead of the results tomorrow, unsure if that means good news or just some highly speculative buying. Haven't made any moves there, just holding a small position. WJG also report tomorrow. That has gone really well since catching the breakout, already lobbed there. Some decent blocks coming into SIS at 61p this afternoon - already a load of posts on that board. CNKS and XPD tipped by Simon Thompson. Barring anything major, that's about all for now. All imo DYOR
12/4/2021
15:06
sphere25: Catch up on interesting activity here: Over 21m exchanged on the 8th April - blowout stuff for SFE. Clearly both sides of the exchanges there, though the split of trades isn't straightforward to decipher, even with today's RNS. Suffice to say the Soros Fund are well and truly going for it in SFE (having already been buying) and now bumping up in an interesting way from 15.03% to 20.99%. They have picked up 1.5m shares outright to take their voting rights attached position from 15.03% (20,566,135) to 16.13% (22,066,135) and then done an equity swap to pick up another 4.86%. Aggressive and real stand out movements. Surely Soros are expecting material share price gain to do a swap like that. Don't often see swaps in these UK based small caps, rare. Almost makes you want to hang on alot longer and see how it pans out...almost! Ha I guess time will tell just how smart that move is. 55p vs 56p currently as key marks. Judging by the order book, looks like buyers in size at 54p and 55p at the moment mopping up sells, Soros possibly still not had the full fill? All imo DYOR
30/3/2021
15:16
sphere25: Taken a few here. Price currently threatening a breakout up 5.2% at 52.8p Should really go sit outside and take abit of sun in, but why do that when you can get involved with windows and doors eh? As per the posts above, the market is clearly coming in for big chunks here. It looks like (regardless of whether it was an Invesco clearout) at least 6% of the company has found buyers very recently at these price levels without any share price weakness. On the 9th March someone also came in for 7.5m at 48.1p which was almost 6% of the company. Despite my only trading this and Invesco not wholly (possibly fully now, if they have cleared the lot out) backing the bull case, there are clearly other buyers in size in the market who are backing it by coming in for big chunks. Furthermore, the price rallied to 57p on the day of the recent update and has clearly been brought back by Invesco (in the main) so if we are clearing the main seller, it could move higher. There is decent support at 49p and 50p on the book with LCAP having shifted higher (stick a stop under 49p). And just how bored do you have to be to only realise you have typed all this up? "Long SFE" next time? Have these large buyers exhausted the sellers at these price levels to allow the price to move higher? All imo DYOR
30/3/2021
09:38
sphere25: More interesting activity this morning: 4m print just hit followed by 3.5m Two earlier 1m prints 09:58 Any more for any more? If we consider both sides of the recent large trades, that could be Invesco cleared out and thus suggesting 10% (EDIT: Invesco are still using the old pre-placing number shares in issue to get to 9.98% in the holding RNS. Their position, before lobbing, of 8,263,940 actually currently represents 6.2%) of the company has been gobbled up in no time. 52p is the key mark to watch IF the sellers have been cleared with all this significant demand coming in for SFE shares.
29/3/2021
13:13
sphere25: So there is the seller with Invesco cutting their position more than half from 9.98% to 4.66%. Clearly they aren't wholly backing the bull case playing out so lobbing into the rise, but who is on the other end that is confident of the bull case to pick up big chunks of the company? Another two big prints at 50p today (possibly both sides of the trade barring delayed prints): 1m 1.1m It could be Invesco lobbing more, but these are real noteworthy and substantial volume movements in the SFE dynamic. Clearly looking for a trade here, but still too many sellers covering off any break higher. It is a wait and see if the buyers will exhaust the sellers or vice versa. All imo DYOR
25/3/2021
17:43
sphere25: SFE have form in disappointing. I remember back in 2017 (it carried on in 2018 with the entry of an aggressive new competitor), it was almost every two months that they delivered profit warnings - ended up with four or five buses (that needed new windows) rather than the usual warnings that come in three. I always keep a note of the ones that have such form because it is easy to forget bear points, particularly in markets like this where things look a one way street. That is not to suggest this can't be a change for the better for SFE. Clearly they are delivering in the near term, but I have ridden it up and just happy trading now. Let's see what the next update brings! All imo DYOR
25/3/2021
08:15
sphere25: Well done if you kept the faith here. Price is up 17%. With another forecast upgrade, it almost sounds like SFE are going to deliver with Numis being bang on the money. Whoever picked up that 6% chunk of the company a few weeks back are clearly going to be happy! All imo DYOR
11/2/2021
11:13
sphere25: Erm... "Liberum sees ‘over 50% upside’ in the shares of UPVC window and door retailer and manufacturer Safestyle (SFE). Analyst Charlie Campbell retained his ‘buy’ recommendation and target price of 65p on the stock, which closed down 5.3%, or 2.2p, at 39.3p yesterday. The latest trading update from the group showed 2020 revenues reached more than £113m, with second half growth of 15%. The order book strengthened in December, closing the year 80% ahead of December 2019’s level. ‘Safestyle is able to manufacture and install the ordered windows without interruption and although door canvass may not restart until the second quarter, the order book was strong enough to compensate,’ said Campbell. ‘We still see over 50% upside in Safestyle’s shares and are convinced that full recovery will see the shares trade above 100p.’" What? I think I'll stick to trading it and go with one trading update at a time. Safestyle are one of those companies that can be prone to disappointing. I say you buy three profit warnings, you get three free! All imo DYOR
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