Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sanderson Group Plc LSE:SND London Ordinary Share GB00B04X1Q77 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 140.50 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 32.1 3.2 5.2 27.0 90

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
10/4/2019
15:38
No problem Master RSI, easily done when you hold / follow several shares. Very encouraging to see Alto Invest adding ahead of the TU.
xajorkith
10/4/2019
15:17
Alto Invest continue to buy - they've bought around another 224,000 shares and now have over 6% with 3.6m shares: Https://www.investegate.co.uk/sanderson-group-plc--snd-/rns/holding-s--in-company/201904101530048087V/
rivaldo
10/4/2019
12:21
Xajorkith thanks for the error, last year were on 23er May I had the idea they were due on 26th April reading it somewhere.
master rsi
10/4/2019
11:54
H1 results not until May, but expect a trading update soon based on previous years. Should be positive, so hopefully we can move back above 100p from this oversold position.
xajorkith
10/4/2019
10:50
SND 94.50p +1p
master rsi
10/4/2019
09:18
3 buys, 1 large one 46K and moving UP
master rsi
22/3/2019
17:58
Have bought in here this week. Margins / ROC a bit lower than I’d prefer, and exposure to retail weakness a slight worry, but more than reflected in it’s substantial sector discount. With consistently high FCF, sizeable dividend, and significant business momentum, I believe 140p+ can be achieved in the next 12 months.
xajorkith
04/3/2019
12:26
Alto Invest up to 5.63%
mfhmfh
25/2/2019
18:20
110p this week?
mfhmfh
14/2/2019
14:27
50,000 bought at around 106 earlier today. someone is confident. good volume as well today.
mfhmfh
14/2/2019
13:56
Ex-div today...
snadgey
13/2/2019
14:21
110p next stop?
mfhmfh
13/2/2019
13:27
Good to see a buy at 105p this morning - new recent highs now.
rivaldo
12/2/2019
08:50
finally some movement in the right direction. 103 being paid today.
mfhmfh
05/2/2019
20:23
The bid is moving up, the large 50k and 25k's at 96p are i would assume buys so is it being held back for these trades?
wednesday6
05/2/2019
19:25
consistent buys from last Wednesday but share price not moved.
mfhmfh
05/2/2019
15:36
This ought to move up soon, now 95.1 to sell
wednesday6
24/1/2019
19:52
Comments from Paul Scotts small cap report read positive Sanderson (LON:SND) Share price: 94.5p No. shares: 60.0m Market cap: £56.7m AGM trading update Sanderson Group plc ('Sanderson' or 'the Group'), the specialist provider of digital technology solutions, innovative software and managed services for the retail, wholesale, supply chain logistics, food and drink processing and manufacturing market sectors... I very much liked the good results, and lowly valuation, when reporting here in late Nov 2018, on this software group's results for FY 09/2018. Its update on Tue this week is also positive; "Following strong, above target results for the year ended 30 September 2018, the Group has made a good start to the current financial year ending 30 September 2019. At the end of the first quarter, to 31 December 2018,Group revenue and profit are approximately 20% ahead of the comparable prior year period reflecting organic growth and an additional two months contribution from the acquisition of the Anisa Group, which was completed in November 2017. Sales order intake levels in the first quarter have also been encouraging with an increased number of new customers gained compared with the prior year period. The order book has grown, providing a good level of confidence going into the second quarter of the financial year. Cash sounds fine; ... positive net cash position of £3.38 million as of 21 January 2019 I'm not madly keen on the balance sheet here either, which also has negative NTAV, and a small pension deficit. Outlook comments - sound a little cautious about Brexit, and the retail sector. But focusing on digital retailing, seems to be paying off. Manufacturing sector is seeing protracted sales cycles. Dividends - total for the year up 13% to 3.0p, giving a worthwhile yield of 3.2% Valuation - current year forecast EPS is 8.1p - so the PER is only 11.7 - that seems very reasonable. Although forecast earnings growth is fairly modest. My opinion - the figures look attractive to me. This software group makes good margins, has a decent growth track record, yet is valued on a modest PER - I'm not really sure why. Do any readers have any insights into why the market is not prepared to give this company a rating that reflects its good performance?
wednesday6
22/1/2019
17:45
hopefully share price past this mini-resistance at 93-94p. Next stop 100p hopefully.
mfhmfh
22/1/2019
14:17
Very positive write-up from Investors' Champion: Https://www.investorschampion.com/downloads/cocomments/Sanderson20190122.pdf Conclusion: "Raised dividend The recommended final dividend of 1.75p brings the full year dividend to 3.00p, a 13% increase over the previous year. Broker estimates House broker forecasts for the Financial Year ending September 2019 remain for sales up 7.5% to £34.4m, adjusted pre-tax profit up 12.5% to £5.4m and adjusted EPS up 5.2% to 8.0p. The forecast 2019 dividend of 3.20p, covered 2.5x by adjusted earnings, equates to a yield of approx. 3.3% at the current share price. Sanderson has now assembled a software and services group supporting all elements of the supply chain, from manufacturing, through distribution, warehousing and retail. It continues to look in excellent shape!"
rivaldo
22/1/2019
10:42
Techmarketview: Sanderson off to a confident start Sanderson Group is heading into its AGM in confident mood today, buoyed by above target results for FY18 (see Reassuring full year results from Sanderson) and a good start to FY19 with Q1 (to 31 December 2018) revenue and profit 20% ahead of the year ago period. Two months of contribution from the Anisa Group acquisition helped but the company cites organic growth too, alongside “encouraging” sales order levels and an increase in the number of new customers compared to the year ago period. Many retailers are struggling but Sanderson’s Digital Retail division, which has been the growth engine for the company, is still pushing ahead with double digit revenue and operating profits. Ongoing pilot projects and sales activity within the existing customer base are reassuring, although the rate at which pilots are converted into broader implementations will be important as the year progresses. Given the challenges within the retail sector, ramping up the pace of digital change is a way forward for many organisations but technology investment still has to fight its way to the top on the list. Sanderson is benefitting from retailers moves to on line and mobile shopping however. The Enterprise division which saw an uptick in H118 had an “encouraging” Q1 with improvements within the manufacturing sector (food and drink), “strong” sales momentum in wholesale distribution, and “robust results” and “strong sales prospect” in supply chain logistics. Sales cycles remain protracted in manufacturing, which has been the case for some time. The Enterprise segment is where Anisa with its integrated ERP and supply chain software is contributing but Sanderson also offers recently developed applications so has more than one string to its bow. All in all, Sanderson remains cautiously confident.
aishah
22/1/2019
07:55
Time to buy some more if it hasn't gone up too much.
podgyted
22/1/2019
07:41
Excellent AGM statement, with a good start to the year - 20% ahead of last year! Strong Balance Sheet, with £3.4m net cash. Much confidence in the outlook too. This paragraph sums it up: Https://www.investegate.co.uk/sanderson-group-plc--snd-/rns/agm-statement/201901220700056987N/ "Following strong, above target results for the year ended 30 September 2018, the Group has made a good start to the current financial year ending 30 September 2019. At the end of the first quarter, to 31 December 2018, Group revenue and profit are approximately 20% ahead of the comparable prior year period reflecting organic growth and an additional two months contribution from the acquisition of the Anisa Group, which was completed in November 2017. Sales order intake levels in the first quarter have also been encouraging with an increased number of new customers gained compared with the prior year period. The order book has grown, providing a good level of confidence going into the second quarter of the financial year."
rivaldo
21/1/2019
09:50
rising ahead of AGM tomorrow. GLA.
mfhmfh
19/1/2019
09:34
A company of this quality should be way over 100p - still bit-by-bit - I'm certainly expecting a positive AGM statement following on from the confident outlook statement in the 2018 accounts.
podgyted
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