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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Scapa Group Plc LSE:SCPA London Ordinary Share GB0007281198 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 214.50 214.50 215.00 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 311.8 14.9 5.3 40.5 403

Scapa Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/6/2020
08:03
As a shareholder, I tend to agree with this comment. Scapa needs to win the chunk from Convatec to recover fron this level.
marmar80
23/6/2020
07:41
Very good and looks solid buy and hold
nw99
23/6/2020
07:31
Net debt now quite a lot higher A company with problems IMO Results do not IMO give any cause for buying as the chart confirms
buywell3
23/6/2020
07:27
New chairman looks an asset with his experience, was leaving one given the boot?
ayl30
23/6/2020
07:25
Good summary: Steve Markus @smarkus ยท 2m Scapa #SCPA finals, definitely a work in progress, lots of exceptionals due to Convatec contract loss. However, profitable, plus debt a lot lower due to fund raise post yr-end. CEO a stabilising influence as Chair steps down. Healthcare looks strong. tinyurl.com/y7xmqe7k
fizzypop
23/6/2020
07:22
Scapa #SCPA finals, definitely a work in progress, lots of exceptionals due to Convatec contract loss. However, profitable, plus debt a lot lower due to fund raise post yr-end. CEO a stabilising influence as Chair steps down. Healthcare looks strong
nw99
22/6/2020
09:35
Invesco in at 5.18%......just in time for results tomorrow!.
discodave4
18/6/2020
16:10
Selling at a premium to the offer...well well!! Later this year we should see a rise back to familiar ground above 150p, and hopefully beyond as we overcome/resolve the current problems.
cyberian
18/6/2020
14:35
Couple of big 400k trades gone through today. Hopefully whoever is selling is nearly done.
deanowls
17/6/2020
19:01
Don't know missed that, but buy trades last two days have picked up.
discodave4
17/6/2020
14:44
What happened? Big trade above 124p, and many other trades of reasonable size.
cyberian
16/6/2020
11:31
I would love to see a company like Bunzl make an early bid for SCPA...their medical distribution arm saw excellent growth/earnings in their results last week, and they could well afford to buy. Whatever, I expect that the results due in about 10 days will be OK, and better prospects going forward into the following year...hopefully, this projected growth will move the share price up to more realistic levels as seen in the past. Currently a pretty good level to buy, with fairly limited downside, however, just a personal view.
cyberian
14/6/2020
19:14
A substantial step change over the coming 5 days should see £1.30 revisited and broken allowing Woodhawk (and myself) to earn a few bob. He can step off the traders ladder whilst I ride the investors train....simples!
luzley
14/6/2020
19:12
Looking ripe for both stances at the moment, trader and investor alike next week as we approach update on 23rd. Expecting an good realistic outlook as lockdown in general eases. Scapa has been actively manufacturing throughout so clearing the stock chains and getting pull through is vital. Once we get hospitals into normal operational procedure then dressing demand should begin to flow and accelerate.....the sooner the better. Prudent management with seasoned skillset and attention to cash conservation should ensure sustained move upwards barring FTSE setbacks.
luzley
10/6/2020
22:07
Well done Woodhawk! Good show.
netcurtains
10/6/2020
20:58
netcurtains, If I knew the answer to that I'd be richer than Croesus. I play my trades as I see them develop; no mystic powers - just some indicators that I use because they work for me 90% of the time within the time-frame I'm looking at. I use other criteria for my long term investments where I'm primarily looking for large and growing dividend income. My trading is for more instant fun and profit.
woodhawk
10/6/2020
20:32
Great short , medium and long term investment
nw99
10/6/2020
19:23
Woodhawk: With your "Its obvious hat on" can you tell me if Scapa will be up or down tomorrow? Cheers NEt..
netcurtains
10/6/2020
12:25
Thanks very much, it's a pleasure!! Now, if you'll excuse me...
woodhawk
10/6/2020
12:22
Woodhawk: No sorry I did not miss the point. I was just responding to the emotional V accounts based messages. Yes, its good to trade (the spread is small so makes it great). If there were less traders the spread would be wider, so investors (like myself) are pleased (really chuffed) that traders like to trade it as it makes it easy to buy and sell ... Hate shares with wide spreads. This is great! So thank you all the traders in SCAPA - you make it what it is!
netcurtains
10/6/2020
12:17
You still seem to be missing my point - SCPA is not a long term investment for me because it doesn't fit my criteria (whereas other shares do). I like trading it - and it has been very profitable to trade it in the past (for several years now). I tend to stick with what makes me the most money, the most easily.
woodhawk
10/6/2020
12:05
Woodhawk: I thought I was being open and honest about my feelings... It was an emotional email not an accountant view of my position on this stock. Clearly I do understand there is room for both - I hope you do too. I seriously believe all those things you have snipped... I treat sentiment and accounts with equal weight. I think this stock has both on its side. A rational man knows that shares are driven by sentiment and accounts. this stock has both. Just look at the graph of this stock pre-covid and tell me HONESTLY that you dont think it can get back there again? I think its very likely this share is a bagger.
netcurtains
10/6/2020
11:59
netcurtains, Your 'advice' is of no use to me - as far as SCPA is concerned, I'm a trader of this share, not an investor - I invest in other stocks. PS I spent way too long chasing 'X-baggers' before I learnt the error of my ways. Drivel like "cheap as chips" and "Lets get this back into orbit" is only redolent of cheap ramping, mate.
woodhawk
10/6/2020
11:34
Oh you think I've calculated this wrong? This is how my thinking goes. If it was worth 300p a shares BEFORE Covid and the markets its in are GLOBAL markets that will recover, then this time next year it will probably be about 300p again. If it was worth 400p a share BEFORE legal/marketing problems in USA, then once these are done and dusted (probably soon) it will be 400p again. Currently its about 120p-ish. At this price is a 3 bagger to 4 bagger (over time). But even in covid-era it should double (200p plus) . Sit tight or buy more. I'd suggest, unless there is hidden or unknown news, then this is cheap as chips.. The Computer says: "YES" ps - the "social distance tape" was just a bit of fun but it all adds to the BULL run so much the good! Lets get this back into orbit!!!!
netcurtains
10/6/2020
11:29
Woodhawk- Not my fingers not my blood - but (imo) possibly more blood to come - So keeping the heavy weapons in reserve until capitulation - imo - has been reached - May have to wait for the next wave of the virus to arrive - possibly in some 7-12 days from now, amongst all the demonstrators -
pugugly
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