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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
  -1.00 -0.57% 173.00 171.00 175.00 177.50 173.00 173.00 62,488 08:00:23
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 35.1 5.6 4.8 36.0 172

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
08/3/2019
08:34
SDI are tipped as one of five stocks mentioned in a new Stockopedia article about growth stocks meeting Slater's investment criteria: Https://www.stockopedia.com/content/where-did-all-the-growth-stocks-go-growth-strategies-for-subdued-markets-455723/?utm_source=Stockopedia+Subscribers&utm_campaign=b184e17add-Newsletter+08+March+2019+-+Non+Subscribers&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_daf28b1d4d-b184e17add-41876725
rivaldo
07/3/2019
14:57
March 6th 2019 "Regardless of whether CWD reaches humans, it’s going to be a hell of a wildlife disease problem no matter what. But it could be a lot more than that. We could have a BSE nightmare, an American version of it, all over again." —Osterholm looking back buywell3 did say this over a year ago
buywell2
07/3/2019
14:26
...... What SDI needs is news of ProReveal selling in the USA ....... buywell3 looks like he was on to something Public Health Official: Chronic Wasting Disease Seems Bound To Infect People MARCH 6, 2019 “It is my best professional judgment based on my public health experience and the risk of [Mad Cow Disease] transmission to humans in the 1980s and 1990s and my extensive review and evaluation of laboratory research studies … that it is probable that human cases associated with the consumption of contaminated meat will be documented in the years ahead. It is possible that number of human cases will be substantial and will not be isolated events.” the guy that said that is no mug 'Author of more than 300 papers and abstracts on infectious diseases, he has won six major research awards from the National Institutes of Health and federal Centers for Disease Control. ' 'between 7,000 and 15,000 animals infected with CWD are consumed by humans annually' 'Some public health officials and experts involved with wildlife management say CWD is an example of an emerging and expanding disease in which the more they look into this, the more frightening the potential becomes. Your thoughts? OSTERHOLM: I agree.' 'We know that there are different prion strains and mutations that can occur. Is your concern that it’s only a matter of time? OSTERHOLM: That’s part of it; actually, it’s all of it. Look at the accelerating number of cases. This is out of control in the wildlife populations. Minnesota has done almost as good a job as anybody. They’ve tried hard. It appears that CWD is coming in from infected wild deer in Wisconsin. We also had a damned case in February in Brainerd where a game farm up there had CWD positive animals. The owner refused to depopulate a year ago and now there’s been a transmission to wild deer near his farm. "Look at the accelerating number of cases. This is out of control in the wildlife populations. In Iowa County, Wisconsin, almost 40 percent of some wild deer herds are CWD positive which means they are going to die and before they do they’ll expose others. What does that mean? We don’t know but the prospects are frightening." —Minnesota epidemiologist Michael Osterholm' hTtps://mountainjournal.org/story-482
buywell2
07/3/2019
10:21
I was going to say SoundBuy a straight run of buys so far today. Can't help feeling this share could close closer to 50 than 40 by the end of the month. The best performing share in my portfolio. Fils
fillspectre
07/3/2019
08:36
Robust this morning - write up some where?
soundbuy
01/3/2019
17:00
Rhomboid....indeed and worth mentioning that a lot of companies are attending Mello for the very first time.....Manolete Partners, Rosenblatt, Crossword Cyber Security, Sosandar, Marshall Motors, Science in Sport, Tarsus, CPP Group, President Energy, Eagle Eye Solutions and Ultimate Products to name just a few. I suspect lots of companies will have been suffering poor share price actions over the last six months and are planning ahead to meet investors and get their profile raised.
davidosh
01/3/2019
16:25
Excellent news David..quite the roster of interesting businesses now
rhomboid
01/3/2019
16:10
Just to let you all know that SDI will be exhibiting and presenting at the Mello2019 event on Thursday 16th May Http://melloevents.com/event/event-exhibitors/ They will almost certainly be doing two presentations so one in the morning and one afternoon. More info and tickets here...Http://melloevents.com/event/
davidosh
26/2/2019
12:58
I like the use of the wine bottle.Very green. Thanks for the write up.Enjoyed.
shauney2
25/2/2019
13:08
Don't, it's 17 years out of date lol
hastings
25/2/2019
13:03
Nice phote Marin and like the flowers!
pugugly
25/2/2019
12:14
Article from today as previously mentioned may be of interest.https://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/business/private-punter-martin-flitton-gives-15883017
hastings
21/2/2019
21:30
Sorry I have been busy on SKIN ... I like green companies that help humanity see. Which is what SDI does too ... and why I am here also. .................. SDI a Company that is on a Roll ................ And that is not a jam one tomorrow either ... it's here and now and in your face. It goes without saying ... but I'll say it anyway, that this coming years turnover and profits will be yet another record set of results. It also is obvious that with the recent acquisitions made that the next years revenue and profits are going to another record set of results. With their track record now established, this BoD will buy another acquisition at some point within the next 12 months. Meantime they will be adding value to the new acquisitions and existing parts of the SDI Group. Hence I am not putting my neck out when I confidently predict that SDI are going to continue setting new record results for the foreseeable future. I see this as 4 years from now Then I see SDI being acquired itself At which point I shall retire gracefully and buy an island in New Zealand or Australia. The North one looks nice , but I have got to look at Tassie yet
buywell3
20/2/2019
18:38
Fistreem make a new digital controlled vacuum oven , as this company takes advantage of the SDI Group of Distributors and OEM opportunities sales of these products within the CBD OIL industry should do quite well. This is why buywell3 - 26 Jan 2019 - 07:51:04 - 509 of 675 Integumen - Skin in the Game - SKIN ....................... CBD and SKIN ...................... With reference to my post https://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=41052994&from=463 and the following one 464 The uses and market for CBD is looking like it is going to grow much bigger and faster than IMO anybody thought it might. FDA approval for Epidiolex has given the 'green light' for CBD for BIG Pharma use in the USA ... more drug compounds using it to follow on soon it would seem. hTTps://www.nbcnews.com/health/health-news/fda-committee-recommends-first-cbd-oil-product-n867511 In the United Kingdom, Spain, Australia, and Canada it is also being used to treat MS (multiple sclerosis) hTTps://healthyhempoil.com/what-is-sativex/ No big stretch then in my opinion , to now see a variety of new topical and transdermal drug applications using CBD in the next few years ... many of which are likely to be granted FDA ''Orphan Drug Status '' which fast tracks the approval process ... as was the case with Epidiolex. My posts referred to above highlighted the various Cosmetics uses and Healthcare uses that CBD is being used for. Another massive growth market just gathering steam in 2018. But now CBD looks set to be used in Food and Drinks products as well ... the many benefits that it has looks set to get the FDA and EPA nods that it needs to start the ball rolling in those areas also. The latest legal development New bill would allow CBD products in food and beverages Jan 23, 2019 ''A bill introduced in the California Legislature last week would allow hemp-based products in drinks, food and cosmetics.'' hTTps://www.bizjournals.com/sacramento/news/2019/01/23/new-bill-would-allow-cbd-products-in-food-and.html ALL of the above means more testing is going to be required by companies like Integumen plus more CBD is going to be needed ... which Cellulac make. I do so like Win/Wins ... one has to say GB saw this coming and got SKIN ready to provide the services and products in a very timely fashion for such a small cap company on a very tight budget . Demand looks set to soar ... SKIN is expanding to meet orders coming in and those expected to come in. One would expect such bespoke testing services that SKIN can offer using LabSkin will be at a premium for quite some time ... years ... demand for CBD itself also to grow hugely. The Cannabis Market That Could Grow 700% By 2020 - Forbes hTTps://www.forbes.com/sites/debraborchardt/2016/12/12/the... 12/12/2016 · The CBD or cannabidiol market could grow 700% by 2020 as more people turn to these products for their health CBD Hemp Oil Market to Reach US$ 2.5 Bn by 2026 - TMR hTTps://www.transparencymarketresearch.com/cbd-hemp-oil-market.html Global CBD hemp oil market was valued at more than US$ 950.0 Mn in 2017 and is projected to surpass US$ 2.5 Bn by 2026, expanding at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of more than 11% from 2018 to 2026. The global market is witnessing expansion at a relatively higher growth rate owing to increasing expenditure on health care, high incidences of chronic diseases, and, rising awareness about treating sleep disorder & depression among patients. ................ CBD whole area sure looks very HOT ................... dyor As CBD production ramps up to meet demand at Cellulac if more vacuum ovens are needed hTTp://www.fistreeminternational.com/?i=306583
buywell3
20/2/2019
18:32
If it does then I hope you won't be doing one
buywell3
19/2/2019
18:33
Header is way out of date this needs a new thread
buywell2
19/2/2019
08:46
Cheers Hastings, appreciated, I've watched this for sometime but stayed on sidelines until share overhang looked to have cleared. As said, I like the business model.
owenski
19/2/2019
08:42
Great to see SDI attracting more interest, both from Institutions and retail. For anyone interested, I've got a write up lined up for next week after speaking with the CEO and Chairman, so I'll post a link as and when.Suffice to say as a long term holder extremely happy with the strategy and looking forward to further progress.
hastings
18/2/2019
20:02
So over 10% of SDI changed hands in the weeks leading up to the issue of another 9% of shares And we have had no RNS's to say who has acquired the 20% of SDI shares
buywell3
17/2/2019
18:21
Nice to see this marching up. Still cheapo as chippos over the next 3 years
solooiler
17/2/2019
00:28
.................. The Prion Story ............... This has come as no surprise to me. There is now a lot of new research going on around amyloid angiopathy ... soon IMO many old diseases will be renamed as Prion Diseases. hTTps://www.economist.com/science-and-technology/2019/02/16/cerebral-amyloid-angiopathy-a-rare-brain-illness-may-be-caused-by-prions A new prion disease? Cerebral amyloid angiopathy, a rare brain illness, may be caused by prions Like CJD, in other words, but with a protein also involved in Alzheimer’s Feb 16th 2019 A paper published in this month’s Annals of Neurology, by Gargi Banerjee and David Werring of University College, London, adds to evidence that prion diseases are more widespread and varied than had been realized. Such diseases are caused by miss-folded protein molecules that have the unfortunate property of triggering similar miss-folding in others of their kind, and so transmitting their pathological character to previously healthy molecules. They came to public attention in the 1990s, when a variant form of the best known of them, Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (cjd), was shown to be transmissible from cattle to people. This sparked fears of an epidemic among beef eaters, which fortunately failed to come to pass. Ever since, doctors have kept an eye open for anything similar. Dr Banerjee’s and Dr Werring’s results suggest cerebral amyloid angiopathy (caa), a haemorrhage-causing illness closely related to Alzheimer’s, may be an example.
buywell3
14/2/2019
09:01
owwnski - Agreed - At least multiple revenue streams unlike some coys you follow!!!
pugugly
14/2/2019
08:52
Picked up some of these yesterday, I like the business model.
owenski
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