Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Science Group Plc LSE:SAG London Ordinary Share GB00B39GTJ17 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 320.00 27 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
310.00 330.00 320.00 320.00 320.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 57.25 -1.61 -4.50 132
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
08:36:06 O 27 321.845 GBX

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Science Daily Update: Science Group Plc is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SAG. The last closing price for Science was 320p.
Science Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 280p and a 12 week average price of 235p.
The 1 year high share price is 340p while the 1 year low share price is currently 165p.
There are currently 41,132,229 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 41,246 shares. The market capitalisation of Science Group Plc is £131,623,132.80.
life of crime: Excellent update on 2020 performance. They have restructured Frontier just as demand for digital radio is taking off in Europe, thanks to the law introduced by the EU Parliament a couple of years ago encouraging the roll out of DAB across member states. I would be surprised if they offload Frontier completely, as it looks like a cash cow in years to come. My guess is that there will be a partial sale to a bigger chip/module designer wanting exposure to a growing market, where they incur development costs and SAG sit back and count their share of future profits, plus the upfront cash from the partial sale. It just proves what might have been for Frontier, as an independent, if only they'd had decent management.
energeticbacker: Several of AIM’s higher quality companies issued positive trading updates and in quick time after their year ends. Investor's Champion's latest update covers some cracking companies. #gama #qtx #sag
life of crime: An update at the link re. how digital radio has fared in 2020 and the prospects for 2021. At 1 hr 11 mins there is encouraging news about DAB becoming mandatory in all new EU cars from 21 Dec, which opens up opportunities for Frontier Silicon. I think that the growth in the EU of DAB over the next few years is what encouraged SAG to be so aggressive in their move on Frontier, because they could see how to exploit a huge market in a way that the previous useless executives were completely incapable of: hTTps://
varies: At last the price has escaped its recent range of 200/250p and indeed reached a 7 year (if not all time) high. I suspect that we are in for a long period of consolidation but I am happy to have SAG as one of my larger holdings. I bought a DAB wireless recently and am very impressed with the quality of its reception.
hazl: Science Group plc (AIM:SAG) announces that, on 19 November 2020, it purchased 5,000 of its 1 pence ordinary shares at an average price of 250.0 pence per share. The highest price paid per share was 250.0 pence and the lowest price paid per share was 250.0 pence. The Company purchased these shares through Liberum Capital Limited. The number of shares purchased represented 0.01% of the voting rights attributable to the total ordinary shares in issue prior to the purchase. The purchased shares will be held in treasury.
hazl: And more buys at that price I see. Science Group plc (AIM:SAG) announces that, on 12 October 2020, it purchased 50,000 of its 1 pence ordinary shares at an average price of 235.0 pence per share. The highest price paid per share was 235.0 pence and the lowest price paid per share was 235.0 pence. The Company purchased these shares through Liberum Capital Limited.
hazl: 'Science Group plc (AIM:SAG) announces that, on 12 October 2020, it purchased 50,000 of its 1 pence ordinary shares at an average price of 235.0 pence per share. The highest price paid per share was 235.0 pence and the lowest price paid per share was 235.0 pence. The Company purchased these shares through Liberum Capital Limited.' More good news!
varies: hazl I would not want you to feel lonely here and so add my plaudits to yours. Having done very well indeed out of Aptitude Software which I still hold (formerly Microgen)I have a high opinion of Mr Martyn Radcliffe and am confident that he will do well for us shareholders here. He sold some shares recently to provide some liquidity in the market but retains, I believe, about 25% of the capital. I was a shareholder in Frontier and am very glad that I sold those shares and bought SAG shares instead and have gradually increased to my holding since. "A good solid company" seems an apt description.
life of crime: I was a Frontier shareholder and have now invested in SAG. Given the half-year results and the update last week, I am pleased I did. That they have turned around Frontier in less than a year shows what good management of a solid business can do, unlike the shower that was running Frontier before. I think SAG has a lot of promise and I believe they saw Frontier's great potential, which is why they pursued it so aggressively. Sales of digital radios will take off in countries like France, Italy and Switzerland as they transition to digital. France and Italy have stated all new radios there will have DAB and FM as standard over time, and Switzerland will switch off their analogue signal in the next 2 or 3 years. That will really add to SAG's profits. This is definitely one to watch in the future and I may add to my investment if they keep on delivering.
life of crime: I have been keeping an eye on this one, having been invested in FST. I feel SAG will do very well out of the DAB market, but a lot more slowly than I had expected because of the hit to the world economy. Digital radios are not a priority for people on the dole or on furlough. I do not feel the need to buy yet, as I can the share price remaining flat given the forces beyond their control. If anything it may drop if the recession turns into a depression. I am sure I will make an investment in what looks like a well run business (unlike FST!) and they have executed the integration of FST very well and swiftly. I will continue to monitor the shares and buy on any significant dip (i.e. 10%). P.S. I agree with the comments that the ventilator investment may end up losing them money, as CPAP seems to be both a cheaper and more effective way of treating the virus. However, that is always easier to say in hindsight and was a justifiable decision by management at the time. I like the look of the BoD and Warren Buffett always said the first he looked at before making an investment was the management. I only wish I had done that with FST because it had so much potential but was run by greedy muppets! I can see SAG making a success of FST as DAB becomes standard for all new radios in places like France and Italy, which they have pledged to do, and Switzerland is phasing out the analogue signal over the next few years. A great opportunity for FST/SAG but it may take a year or so longer than expected because of this unprecedented situation.
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