Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sdi Group Plc LSE:SDI London Ordinary Share GB00B3FBWW43 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 91.50 91.00 92.00 91.50 91.50 91.50 244,724 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 17.4 2.1 2.1 43.6 89

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/1/2020
14:00
Thanks Riv
petewy
20/1/2020
12:28
Nice round-up of 2019 by Opus Instruments, including: Https://www.opusinstruments.com/the-year-in-review/ "What a year it has been here at Opus Instruments! The biggest change to our products was made as a result of the continuing success of the Apollo camera, which compelled us to release a software update that saw significant improvement in areas such as image stitching and acquisition, in addition to improving the overall image quality through enhanced calibration adjustments." "Looking Ahead Looking forward to 2020, it promises to be another big year for Opus instruments as our production team in Lisbon are set to move into larger, state-of-the-art premises which will allow the team to further increase productivity and take advantage of advanced production techniques." And Atik are introducing a new CMOS camera: Https://www.atik-cameras.com/news/introducing-acis-advanced-cmos/ "Introducing ACIS – Advanced CMOS Imaging Systems By Lewis Brown on January 8th, 2020 The newest camera range in the Atik portfolio is the ACIS – Advanced CMOS Imaging Systems – which is set to launch shortly with the ACIS 7.1. Following on from the success of our Horizon range, we have extended our portfolio of CMOS cameras with this new addition. The ACIS 7.1 is our fastest camera ever with it being capable of a rapid 28 frames per second in full 7 Mega Pixel frames. etc"
rivaldo
15/1/2020
13:25
Looking at trades the volume might suggest stake building. Therefore It is either funds buying in or a potential aquirer
ayl30
15/1/2020
12:07
Acquisition...or dare i say takeover??!
johndoe23
15/1/2020
11:00
Looking at the recent buy volumes is a possible indicator we may be hearing of another acquisition soon??
edscoville
15/1/2020
10:50
"Win some - lose some!!" Very true.
someuwin
15/1/2020
10:11
Ah Yes I remember PUG telling me how SDI's big brother JDG's was a sell at £11 a few years ago. I should check how that played out ;-)
cockerhoop
15/1/2020
10:09
Yeah but brokers forecasts imo are as useful as a chocolate teapot - they are guesses from people who sometimes have an agenda. Never use them. There is a concept called PE expansion so in a strong market PE can go up to insane levels which is why buying and selling on PE is unhelpful at best. I haven't looked at a shares PE for years for this reason
davr0s
15/1/2020
10:06
They have consistently hit or exceeded their own forecasts. If you believe that they will hit their current EPS forecast, then this is still undervalued.
bluebelle
15/1/2020
10:04
Synbiosis news - it's worth watching the 2 minute video at the end to see the effect SDI's colony counter has on workloads: Https://www.synbiosis.com/news/watch-the-testimonial-video-on-protocol-3-and-see-how-great-it-is/ "Watch the testimonial video on ProtoCOL 3 and see how great it is! January 8th, 2020 ProtoCOL 3 is being used at a world renowned vaccine research facility for testing and designing new and existing vaccines against serious bacterial diseases. One of the ways scientists there test the efficacy of vaccines is to mix serum from vaccinated participants with bacteria in an SBA assay. They then check whether the antibody in the serum kill the bacteria by counting surviving colonies on a plate. Since using the ProtoCOL 3 they have found that having the computer take the image of their plate and automatically count the bacteria, they can do 10 times more work in a day. Watch ProtoCOL 3 testimonial video" Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aKnkJSJ3OOU
rivaldo
15/1/2020
09:19
Broker target prices are often left well behind as the company develops - almost every day I see analysts issuing revised target prices hugely up from prior estimates as they catch up with events and sentiment. Make up your own mind from the available information.
rivaldo
15/1/2020
09:11
Still well ahead of house brokers target which I am told was confirmed at 75p today - Pays your money take your choice - Anyway best wishes to all for a healthy and prosperous new year.
pugugly
15/1/2020
09:10
No because PE is a very poor indicator of future price movement. It's at an ATH so guessing where the top is exactly that a guess. Of course it will consolidate at some time but trends can go much further than you think
davr0s
15/1/2020
09:06
Good old Pug, we can always rely on you to be miserable :o)) From a bullish perspective, the new year starts soon on 1st May, for which SDI are on a reasonable P/E of 20. One could argue that an appropriate P/E for a fast-growing high-tech business like SDI - particularly one with highly competent and trustworthy management like this one - is 25 to 30. Looking forward to say 5p EPS for the next year that forward P/E falls to 18. Then factor in further acquisitions (plural) and the P/E could fall considerably from there.
rivaldo
15/1/2020
08:58
Now well ahead of house broker target price - Could p/e be starting to look a bit toppy?
pugugly
15/1/2020
08:30
Rising nicely, and buying coming in at the full 88p offer price.
rivaldo
14/1/2020
13:27
Right Hastings https://investing.thisismoney.co.uk/trades/SDI/Scientific-Digital-Imaging.html
petewy
14/1/2020
11:16
What does that mean
arregius
14/1/2020
11:06
Looking good this morning with decent volume.
hastings
10/1/2020
13:12
My old record shows II's at 27% now 42%
petewy
06/1/2020
22:40
Wow up 5% today. This share has gained some traction!! Finally representing some of last weeks results
hsduk101
06/1/2020
13:47
Hello there, I would have a small question regarding trading SDI on SETSqx. About two weeks ago, I placed a continuous buy order at some price limit. During the next two weeks, there have been a lot of trades at price lower than my limit. Since their volume was MUCH larger than the one I would like to buy, I am wondering why my order could not go through. I know the SETSqx has some particularities. However, in the same period, I traded JDG on the same segment and it went through quickly. Did some of you experienced similar issues? Also, if that help, I am using Degiro.
elglanto
02/1/2020
21:08
First trading day of 2020 and a massive volume. Would seem to be still a great interest in this share even though the price is near enough at a record high. Fils
fillspectre
31/12/2019
08:03
...I would be careful clicking the above link. Avast reporting virus issues. "Threat secured We've safely aborted connection with www.atik-cameras.com because it was infected with JS:ScriptIP-Inf[Trj]"
someuwin
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