Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Science In Sport Plc LSE:SIS London Ordinary Share GB00BBPV5329 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.50 1.11% 45.50 6,661 10:38:41
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
44.00 47.00 46.00 45.50 46.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Leisure Goods 50.57 -5.06 -4.60 61
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
13:44:02 O 27 46.80 GBX

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Science In Sport Daily Update: Science In Sport Plc is listed in the Leisure Goods sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SIS. The last closing price for Science In Sport was 45p.
Science In Sport Plc has a 4 week average price of 44p and a 12 week average price of 33p.
The 1 year high share price is 48.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 28.50p.
There are currently 135,100,931 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 78,648 shares. The market capitalisation of Science In Sport Plc is £61,470,923.61.
sphere25: Recent note: "Liberum: SIS shares remain cheap Science in Sport (SIS) has put the building blocks in place to deliver growth and its shares remain cheap, says Liberum. Analyst Adam Tomlinson retained his ‘buy’ recommendation and target price of 80p on the sports drinks company, which closed up 2.3%, or 1p, at 45p yesterday. After a ‘resilient full year 2020’ and a positive capital markets presentation, ‘the building blocks are now in place for SIS to deliver long-term profitable growth’, Tomlinson said. ‘Management217;s confidence in returning to pre-Covid-19 top-line growth rates was clear and this has set the basis for new medium-term targets of £100m of sales…,’ he said. Tomlinson added that margin expansion will be supported by ‘supply chain consolidation and leveraging the well-invested cost base’ and that the shares remain cheap on a current year 2021 embedded value/sales [multiple] of 1 times versus peers on 2 times." Again as per posts today on broker calls, it's all too bullish. Also don't like it when we have to talk about valuations in operating metrics based on sales rather profits and cashflow so perhaps pushing the boat out here more than usual. The thing is though, that is the kind of market we are in! The valuations aren't giving any guide to future performance and what appears to be expensive has continued to go higher and become more expensive. Folk will have noted alot of my terrible selling based on what I have thought was a fairer value after realising good gains in alot of highlighted shares, except the near majority of those have carried on going higher so it really has been one of those markets that continues to surprise. Furthermore, the US appears even more bullish than the analyst above. If SIS was offered to US investors, they'd look at that operating metric of 1 and double it and more in a flash so you'd probably end up smashing through the 80p target in one fair swoop. The path of least resistance continues to be up regardless of views on valuation. Looks like we've got stuck here atm but more bullish updates and the re-rates in the likes of SIS will continue. If something changes for the worse at some point in the future, then clearly have to give back some of the gains. All imo DYOR
sphere25: That's a big chunk gone through there: 2.69m @46.5p. Siginificant exchange for SIS. Will that be the driver of the breakout? All imo DYOR
sphere25: Does look like we have cleared the sellers here. Nothing wrong with selling and taking profits along the way of course - good to see! Interesting trade of 48p paid for just 19000 shares. Trade is at a substantial premium to the offer price of 45p. That looks like it has cleared out the bulk of the shares available at 45p. This could be setting up for a move higher. All imo DYOR
sphere25: Highlighted these at 33p but just want to be clear on the position here and on anything I post on. I have mainly been looking for and highlighting laggard plays and situations like SIS where it looks like the market rating has been too bearish in light of a perceived change of fundamentals. Alot of these have worked and it helps when you have a bullish market, but people are clearly free to do what works for them and sell whenever they want. This market is giving ample time to consider the positions and risk and de-risk accordingly. It won't be like that in the future when tougher times come. I doubt many read my posts (not an important person and small fish) but the few who do will know the buy points have been alot better than the sell points too so always do what works for you. Always encourage folk to find what works for them, even if it is only one thing - rinse and repeat. The longer term holders have been the winners in these markets but that doesn't mean shares like SIS and others are guaranteed to multi-bag or keep going higher. If the bullish outlooks keep coming, then yes they can, but risk is always clearly prevalent and things can change. Alot of shorter term targets have been hit and exceeded so any target posted is just an opinion mainly based on the short term. Just a two penny opinion. All imo Always DYOR Find what works for you. Trade your own way.
sphere25: Added some more. Looking for a short term move to sell near that 50p mark. There are just too many bullish moves out there so expecting SIS to follow suit. Relentless out there. All imo DYOR
jonesy100: Great podcast thanks for posting Donald. I remain a little sceptical on SIS but am back in after latest update. Let's see if they are serious about profitability finally
donald pond: I discussed SIS on the podcast yesterday. Do listen, share etc
thirty fifty twenty: hi lammylover of course your points are all reasonably correct, are you a holder? my strategy is to look forward, and assess the risk reward on that basis. as a starting point they have grown a business to 50m of sales. that business is in a growth area, and has remained steady during the pandemic - so it has something going for it. they talk of 100m sales - in which case that would be an acheivement from scratch for a business yes in the past they have raised funds but say no more will be needed, that makes sense given the business is now getting some scale, but appreciate the proof is also in the pudding. in 2014 sales were 6.5m and 25m shares in issue i.e. there was c.25p revenue per share - the business was loss-making in 2020 sales were 50m on 125m shares i.e. there was c.40p revenue per share - the business is at small profit in the past people paid £1 a share for 25p of los making revenue today one can pay 40p for 40p of profitable revenue at a very simple level the business much better value now. will it succeed - i dont know. but if it does succeed the price could be much higher i am looking at long term risk/reward in particular the chart gives very good turnaround indications. time will tell All IMHO, DYOR + BoL SIS is in my portfolio
lammylover: SIS background: - Not made a penny profit in 5 years - Not paid a penny out in dividends in 5 years - Share price halved in last 5 years - Keep coming back to share holders for fundraisers to prop up accounts - Regular 25-50% discount on products sold to help revenue keep growing - Board keep paying themselves hefty salaries and free shares based on revenue - More promises of jam tomorrow on a regular basis Discuss.....
sphere25: Been a dog this, no doubt about it, but that trading update yesterday just made you wonder whether this could be a turning point so stuck it on the watchlist and the big trades yesterday into the close also then possibly indicated a real signal of a bottom. Some decent buying today. Guess time will tell if this becomes a more serious longer term proposition and all the bad news is in the price as per Liberum bullish comments below: "Sports drinks maker Science in Sport (SIS) is ‘significantly undervalued’ especially given its ‘resilientR17; update, according to Liberum. Analyst Wayne Brown retained his ‘buy’ recommendation but placed his target price ‘under review’ following an update from the group reporting full-year revenues were expected to be marginally down year-on-year at £49.8m versus £50.6m. The shares were trading 7% higher at 30.5p yesterday at the time of writing. Brown said this was ‘a commendable outcome considering the backdrop’ and the second half had showed ‘very resilient acceleration’ in sales, driven by the online business. ‘At a current market cap of £39m, we view the group as significantly undervalued, especially when looking at the broad peer group and the sum-of-the-parts valuation for The Hut Group,’ he said. ‘Given [the] very resilient update and increasing confidence in the outlook, we will look to reinstate our forecasts shortly.’" All imo Don't be a lemon DYOR
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