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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
  7.50 3.75% 207.50 206.00 209.00 208.50 200.00 200.00 223,719 16:21:57
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 35.1 5.6 4.8 43.1 207

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20/3/2019
10:25
I see 90% of your posts are about HUR ron Is it a genuine interest in SDI you have or my charting nous you wish to test ?
buywell2
20/3/2019
09:13
What's your year target share price here buywell ?
ronwilkes123
20/3/2019
05:11
.......... ATC to Exhibit at ArabLab 2019 with Meslo .......... 25 February 2019 ATC is exhibiting alongside Meslo, our representatives in the Middle East and Africa, at the popular ArabLab show in Dubai, March 2019. After the success of our first year of exhibiting at ArabLab in 2018, we are pleased to return to this year’s specialist event. ATC will be amongst over 1,000 companies meeting with over 10,000 international visitors who are hoping to find new suppliers, experience the most up to date technological innovation and networking with contacts from all over 100 countries around the world. ArabLab is a must see show for anyone who works within the laboratory, scientific or the analytical field. New for the show is the Mini chiller. We are delighted to demonstrate our latest chiller development and innovation in the form of the Mini, designed for environments where space is at a premium and ideal for benchtop laboratory applications. With 500W of power, the compact unit is the smallest and most energy efficient chiller ATC have produced, particularly useful in biomedical laboratories. Combining a sophisticated touchscreen controller and variable speed compressor with a universal power supply. The Mini provides quiet and effective cooling performance, up to 500W. Working in conjunction with Meslo helps ATC to broaden our offering to more markets and ArabLab is in great proximity to some of the fastest growing in the world. We are very excited to meet new contacts and to develop business relationships in the region, we anticipate this will lead to growth for both Meslo and ATC. The show is open 12th – 14th March 2019, come and visit us alongside Meslo on stand 130-136. buywell says: note new mini chiller gets a mention , the whole new product range will be on show which is now BIG ... see the products link on the Applied Thermal website in my previous post.
buywell2
20/3/2019
00:16
We need a new thread ... this one is too out of date ... lots of acquisitions since 2014 ... the company is now totally different/transformed from where it was What we need is for somebody to take on the job
buywell2
19/3/2019
20:43
Buywell happy for a new thread - if someone wants to do one
ronwilkes123
19/3/2019
20:11
buywell2 - He looks to be no longer an active member of ADVFN - His last post was SDI - Global & Niche imaging portfolio for scientific & medical users - Post 150 SDI Scientific D. Author: Nick2008 Posted on: 15 May 2014 11:29 This raises another point about dormancy of ADVFN non premium members? Or do they live on for ever in cyberspace?
pugugly
19/3/2019
19:33
Nick2008 The thread creator has not posted since 2014 This thread is not fit for purpose and does the company no credit now
buywell2
19/3/2019
08:18
Very good results and a positive outlook from JDG this morning, which should reflect well on SDI's prospects. This paragraph has some read-across: "The underlying market for scientific instruments remains robust and the sector's long-term growth drivers provide comfort that the Group will continue to deliver durable returns for shareholders despite, as we have observed since 2014, the potential for some short-term variability in performance. Long-term market drivers are rooted in the global expansion of higher education and the need for improved measurement to support the relentless worldwide search for optimisation across science and industry"
rivaldo
18/3/2019
17:31
Paste it up They are tight wads here
buywell2
18/3/2019
16:52
yes, this extensive write up recently htTps://www.scsw.co.uk/searchresults.php?textfield=sdi&ftype= Have to be a subscriber,tho. Their first time tip was about 15p i think
crowyogapose
18/3/2019
09:21
Indeed hastings I'll be holding onto this one for some time :-)
cheshire man
18/3/2019
09:16
Not aware of any write up other than John Rosier's comments in the IC.Probably a combination of that alongside an increasing awareness of the company.I'm sure I'm not alone in concluding that SDI can really go a long way in the coming years.
hastings
18/3/2019
08:47
Trade action suggests tipped somewhere over weekend - Anyone seen anything?
pugugly
17/3/2019
22:20
Squirrel Monkeys and Macaques have caught CWD ... Humans cases are next This excerpt below is taken from the: USA Government Agency named , Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) ''The CWD prion has been shown to experimentally infect squirrel monkeys, and also laboratory mice that carry some human genes. An additional study begun in 2009 by Canadian and German scientists, which has not yet been published in the scientific literature, is evaluating whether CWD can be transmitted to macaques—a type of monkey that is genetically closer to people than any other animal that has been infected with CWD previously. On July 10, 2017, the scientists presented a summary of the study’s progress (access the recorded presentationExternalExternal and slides Cdc-pdf[PDF 3.88MB]External), in which they showed that CWD was transmitted to monkeys that were fed infected meat (muscle tissue) or brain tissue from CWD-infected deer and elk. Some of the meat came from asymptomatic deer that had CWD (i.e., deer that appeared healthy and had not begun to show signs of the illness yet). Meat from these asymptomatic deer was also able to infect the monkeys with CWD. CWD was also able to spread to macaques that had the infectious material placed directly into their brains.'' hTtps://www.cdc.gov/prions/cwd/transmission.html Now that last sentence above means that a surgical instrument with CWD protein residue on it can transmit the CWD prion disease from one patient to another, particularly in a neurological surgical or eye surgery procedure .
buywell3
17/3/2019
21:32
....... ProReveal : why it will be needed in the USA ........ This USA video link below is only a few weeks old, it has been released by The House Environment and Natural Resources Finance Division University of Minnesota presentation: Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) buywell notes: Chronic Wasting Disease ... is a prion disease like BSE in cattle is. Lethal in all cases , no cure and highly transmissible. In the video mistakes, omissions and misquotes have been made by some experts which I find truly worrying. Note that the FDA never gets a mention and neither does the Federal Government except one expert admits that the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has bailed out of the problem , no funding left , and that it has been kicked down to the USA States themselves to sort out. NO Test equipment exists that can detect CWD in a live animal NO Test equipment exists that can detect CWD presence on uncooked meat NO Test equipment exists that can detect CWD presence in meat processing facilities The upshot from the video was $1.8M has been funded to make a piece of test equipment , this may take up to 2 years to do. When you watch the video which is a long one 1hr 26 mins , you will come to realize that the USA has a MASSIVE problem on its hands. The American public remain in the dark about CWD IMO , around 99% of them would not be able to tell you what it is or how it started , like those on the Video. I predict the entire population of white tailed deer and ALL Cervid species will have to be eradicated before this CWD epidemic is halted Then the soil will have to be cleaned ... everywhere the infected deer, elk, moose, and caribou have walked. ..... which of course is IMPOSSIBLE to do. The cat is out of the bag Which is why USA Joe Public is being kept in ignorance to avoid ........ PANIC hTtps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZQToraalYM Anyone that thinks I am exaggerating check out the 50% CWD incidence in the state of Wyoming hTtps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8pvVmcRyL1w Once more some dodgy comments made eg a vaccine for the problem , not dangerous to humans
buywell3
16/3/2019
17:44
It would appear that IC have been reading this thread Hi Guys ... Better late than never eh Investors Chronicle-14/03/2019 I added a new holding to the portfolio: Scientific Digital Imaging (SDI). SDI designs and manufactures scientific and technology products
buywell3
16/3/2019
04:35
buywell has spread the word about this company It is now no longer AIM's best kept secret anymore ... I hope you fund managers selling SDI recently approve ? SDI action positive after the 50ma crossover of the 100ma now looks a done deal 50ma now going to attack the 200ma as before it has done so ... Twice This is the next leg up IMO so this time will make it .... Thrice All this needs SDI BoD is one positive RNS next week 50p will surely follow and we are on our way to a quid
buywell3
15/3/2019
22:25
Gosh - my assertion that SDI could be priced closer to 50 than 45 has been beaten by two full trading weeks! Have I suddenly gained the Midas touch or was it just so screamingly obvious it didn't really need saying. In the tradition of a full on ramper (which I am not) I will go a bit further and suggest that this share could easily get to 55p and not be particularly cheap. I think this target will take a little longer to reach though but steady progress throughout the year would be appreciated. My the volume of trading long continue! Fils
fillspectre
15/3/2019
15:03
Pleasing end to the week here for us holders :-)
cheshire man
15/3/2019
14:51
Still looking at the cash flow conversion here, it's still hard pushed to find much in small caps offering this level of value in terms of cash generation. Expecting a trading ahead of expectations update in May IMO
pireric
15/3/2019
14:36
Thanks for the posts Buywell/Rivaldo
owenski
15/3/2019
13:58
John Rosier has just bought SDI in his portfolio (as of yesterday) - I assume some of this buying comes from his followers.... Https://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/shares/2019/03/14/bursting-with-rock-n-rose-energy/ "I added a new holding to the portfolio: Scientific Digital Imaging (SDI). SDI designs and manufactures scientific and technology products for use in the life science, healthcare, astronomy and consumer manufacturing markets. It is pursuing a ‘buy and build’ strategy. Ultimately, I am backing the management to add shareholder value through sensibly priced acquisitions. The latest example was the acquisition of Graticules last month. SDI paid £3.4m free of cash and debt, which represented 1.8 times 2018 sales and 5.8 times earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (Ebitda). Graticules, based in Tonbridge, applies chemical etchings and micro patterns to glass, film and metal foil, serving, amongst others, the microscopy, metrology and defence markets. Graticules fits SDI’s model of buying companies that are niche players with decent growth prospects, good cash flow and a direct relationship with its customers. FinnCap expects the deal to be 6.0 per cent accretive in the year ending April 2020. It has the smallest market capitalisation of any of my holdings at just £40m, but the management has big ambitions for the company, and I expect it to be a lot larger in a few years’ time."
rivaldo
15/3/2019
10:41
Got a wiggle on.........
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