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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
  0.00 0.0% 207.50 206.00 209.00 207.50 207.50 207.50 256,344 08:00:00
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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10/4/2019
18:29
I wouldn't use twitter if you don't like ramping lol
ronwilkes123
10/4/2019
18:21
I was jesting really although I do find it annoying when other threads are clogged with the blatant ramping of other shares but that is free bb's for you. I'm actually researching this as a potential investment.
nimbo1
10/4/2019
17:50
To be fair nimbo he called ffi correctly One that a few of the twitterati came unstuck on
ronwilkes123
10/4/2019
17:03
Buywell ramping this on other threads. Does that make it a decent short candidate?
nimbo1
10/4/2019
16:11
Just looked at JDG SDI now leaving them dead in the dust
buywell2
10/4/2019
10:50
Buywell any idea why you can buy at 49p atm and sell at 49.2Most of this morning is buys
ronwilkes123
10/4/2019
10:49
I'm too confident here. Just added back what I top sliced. Back to a third of my total portfolio. 15x earnings and I think those forecasts may be upgraded plus any further acqs accretive on top of that P.S. JDG on a tear today
pireric
09/4/2019
17:42
Great company and GLA holders:- hTTp://michae1mouse.blogspot.com/2019/04/its-not-all-bad-thank-goodness.html
michaelmouse
07/4/2019
11:07
agreed hastings there is SDI end of the financial year is 30th April 2019 and the company expect to announce their results July 2019. SDI IMO are going to post circa just over 18M Turnover and circa 2.5M net profit in the next set of results. The previous years results showed Revenue increased by 35% to £14.5m (2017: £10.7m) and net profit increased over 90% to £1.62m (2017: £0.83m) , so another record set of results looks assured IMO in a few months time. £18M Turnover and circa £2.5M net profit would IMO mean revenue up around 31% and net profits up around 60% on 2018. Not many listed companies can boast such numbers. However: The year to follow that should be better still With the last Four acquisitions following the Fistreem acquisition towards the end of Sept 2018, and with Three done in the last two months alone , and all of them expected to be earnings enhancing in the first year of acquisition. The Outlook statement for the following year should read IMO something like this : Revenue should rise over £5.5M from the new acquisitions alone PLUS a conservative 10% growth revenue rise from the existing Group company sales = another £1.8M That would equate to a turnover of around £25.5M based upon current company's in the SDI Group and no further acquisitions. So Outlook Revenue for the following year should in my opinion be another record year of circa £25.5M which would represent in excess of a 40% rise, and net profit should IMO come in at £4M another 60% rise. Without doubt there will be more acquisitions in the next 12 months because the SDI revised look website makes it quite clear on the Home page what is now happening. htTps://scientificdigitalimaging.com/ SDI HAVE A CLEAR VISION TO DEVELOP AND DIVERSIFY ITS EXISTING TECHNOLOGIES AND TO GROW THROUGH STRATEGIC ACQUISITIONS welcome to Scientific Digital Imaging plc Synergy Is Our Strength Scientific Digital Imaging designs and manufactures scientific products for use in applications including life sciences, healthcare, astronomy, consumer manufacturing and art conservation markets. The Company continues to grow through its own technology advancements, as well as through pursuing strategic, complementary acquisitions The Growth button through acquisitions has been firmly pressed ... and I for one am glad it has. Many UK Small Caps are now selling for bargain prices. dyor GLA
buywell2
06/4/2019
21:38
Great week again here
nw99
06/4/2019
11:03
Buywell, I was referring to my taking a decent position in SDI, which was indeed when the shares had slumped to circa 8p. This followed the failed reverse takeover and my subsequent interview with Mike Creedon and Ken Ford for the Cambridge Business Magazine. I was impressed with the strategy outlined to me, hence my buying in, although SDI had been on my radar as per previous coverage in my weekly slot. As others have seen, they have done a great job thus far and hopefully there is much more to come.
hastings
06/4/2019
10:24
............ Slow Stochastics and SDI .............. This is a TA (technical analysis) indicator , there are many..... Anyway lets have a butchers. The Slow Stochastic Oscillator is a momentum indicator that shows the location of the close relative to the high-low range over a set number of periods. The indicator can range from 0 to 100. The closing price tends to close near the high in an uptrend and near the low in a downtrend. The stochastic oscillator is calculated by subtracting the low for the period from the current closing price, dividing by the total range for the period and multiplying by 100 buywell has questioned the logic of both Miton and Octopus selling SDI before when it was around 34p. I still do ... hindsight showed that their decision making was very flawed , if anyone knows the real reason why they did ... please do tell. Still on the Slow Stochastic chart their actions showed as their selling dropped the momentum of SDI into stall mode ... even now rather surprisingly ... the Slow Stochs for SDI indicate that there is indeed further to go thanks to their selling actions. Unless of course they decide to exit completely stage right ... who knows the vagaries of Institutional decision making these days. Short termism I guess ... a panic Brexit exit This looks very good for some more short termism of a positive kind this time round IMO SDI slow stochs now sits at 40 SDI slow stochs has been over 80 5 times in the last 6 months
buywell2
06/4/2019
10:05
When you say here hastings your first post was on Feb 5th 2013 and to be fair SDI did not get going till 2016 from a low of about 9p hastings - 05 Feb 2013 - 12:42:07 - 11 of 1666 SDI - Global & Niche imaging portfolio for scientific & medical users - SDI hxxp://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/Business/Private-Punter/Keep-a-close-eye-on-imaging-specialist-SDI-05022013.htm The share price of SDI was 20p not 8p However I do concur that SDI should deliver further gains in due course As my next post with chart of TA shows hastings6 Apr '19 - 09:30 - 1665 of 1665 Tend to agree with you on the first point pireric, I too can’t really see that happening. As for your concerns on the acquisition pace, whilst I can see your point, I’m not concerned on this front as I think they’d had these companies on their radar for a while and probably still have others in sight. As for bedding in, equally again I’m not concerned as the structure of these businesses effectively carry on as they have been, as SDI don’t go charging in and changing things. They really just enable to run as they have been but seek to leverage them via opening new doors! My guess and it’s only that, is we will see another buy sometime in the next six months, which one would hope is again achieved at a decent price. The Brexit fiasco could of course throw up further opportunities and SDI is extremely well placed to make the most of anything that comes up. The pre-close next month should be interesting and I’m hopeful that we may see a beat on current forecasts. In short, having been here since the 8p days, I’m now very relaxed with my investment and can see the shares delivering further gains in due course.
buywell2
06/4/2019
09:30
Tend to agree with you on the first point pireric, I too can't really see that happening. As for your concerns on the acquisition pace, whilst I can see your point, I'm not concerned on this front as I think they'd had these companies on their radar for a while and probably still have others in sight. As for bedding in, equally again I'm not concerned as the structure of these businesses effectively carry on as they have been, as SDI don't go charging in and changing things.They really just enable to run as they have been but seek to leverage them via opening new doors!My guess and it's only that, is we will see another buy sometime in the next six months, which one would hope is again achieved at a decent price. The Brexit fiasco could of course throw up further opportunities and SDI is extremely well placed to make the most of anything that comes up. The pre-close next month should be interesting and I'm hopeful that we may see a beat on current forecasts.In short, having been here since the 8p days, I'm now very relaxed with my investment and can see the shares delivering further gains in due course.
hastings
06/4/2019
08:55
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buywell2
06/4/2019
07:55
I'm not sure I see the logic in a predator buying out SDI to be honest. Buy and builds don't typically get bought out in my experience, mainly because they are the ones doing the B+B! Theoretically, a player like Judges could, but the end private market is so fragmented, and the integration risk of buying another B+B potentially outweighs. I.e. easier to integrate one end company, than one which is formed of 10+ component parts. I'm very happy with the progress SDI is making. Best, Eric
pireric
06/4/2019
07:40
Several months ago buywell suspected that a predator might be lurking taking a look at SDI. SDI was and still is small potatoes to most bigger companies. I urged the BOD on this thread to put 'the pedal to the metal' regarding acquisitions. The reason being let SDI beef itself up ASAP if what I suspected might be true to beef up any offer that might be made. Sensible I think … but the flipside of that is SDI is going to achieve in two years what I thought it would do in three years with the: SDI accelerated strategy for Growth model 4M profits on the way and a Mkt Cap of over 50M … Mkt Cap should be over 60M by this xmas IMO after the next results and further market update/s. Once SDO hit a Mkt Cap of over $100M or over €100M a certain group of predators will take a look … that is the figure that they work with. Likewise certain Fund managers … rules in some have been made that prevent investing until certain market caps are exceeded. I have no qualms about the rate of the acquisitions: a) SDI have been looking at lots of good opportunities over the last couple of years and a list has been made. b) With Brexit now worrying some on the list the price can be negotiated down c) If a company on the list is offered at a bargain price … buy it … before someone else does , a bargain never sits for long. d) Just about every acquisition has had some or most of its management kept in place ie they carry on business as per usual UNTIL SDI works out the improved strategy for growth with them. This could be some new equipment to replace old equipment , more staff to meet orders, developing a new model that needed finance, and most importantly looking at all the cross selling opportunities that have arisen for both the acquisition and other members of the SDI Group. New clients are added to the ever increasing SDI Client list. e) Plus the Distributors and Countries sold into expands yet again so more cross selling opportunities there also. f) SDI BOD are getting very good at this acquisition lark They have it nailed down … it works … success breeds success … they are NOT taking risks by buying a $10M plus company in the USA. They are cherry picking good UK small caps ( ATIK being the exception which turned out a cracker), which are ALL profitable at the time or acquisition and SDI expect to add monies into the SDI pot at the first year of asking. Relax and enjoy the ride as long as it lasts ie till SDI get bought out for a quid a share ie a 40% premium to the share price at the time the offer will be made. dyor GLA
buywell2
06/4/2019
07:17
I tell you what OnJohn,i will pay for your ticket and all your other usernames as well.I make that about 500 quids worth.Nice work David.
shauney2
05/4/2019
23:21
Another good announcement and the company is going to have a full house at both of their presentations for sure. Just to remind you all 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
05/4/2019
19:09
Another nice acq :0) , share price has done v well YTD. Have done quite a lot of acqs recently, all v good for accretion etc, so just need to make sure that all is in hand Eric
pireric
05/4/2019
16:54
buywell "but thus far I have yet to find one better over the last 3 years" Try VRS the only company in the WORLD to have certified Graphene and which has upscaled to commercial levels. May explode.
pshevlin
05/4/2019
10:35
Threw a few others at it to see if they could do any better HUR came close but today SDI pulled ahead , PURP for a while did even better when mug punters piled in ... but thus far I have yet to find one better over the last 3 years
buywell2
05/4/2019
09:35
Remember Ashley James ? He was my mentor ... crossed swords on another website before advfn was born when I was just a big-headed young upstart. I learnt a lot from Ashley and though we argued a lot ... I liked and respected his views ... even when he was wrong , hahaha Ash. Unfortunately he is no longer with us so today I have tried to help those less savvy investors on some other threads ... like Ash helped me ... by asking them to open their minds to looking at quality UK Small Cap Stocks , well managed , and with the right growth strategy in place. ''Dividends are NOT the be all and end all'', I have argued. ''Using company cash to buy more profit making company's is a better way'', I have said. I used a 3 year comparison chart of SDI V their company Barclays Bank, Lloyds Bank, Aviva, BP , and Glaxo Smith Kline were my choices All FTSE 100 stocks ... all paying dividends ... and in a mix of sectors seen as safe ... by some ... not me I would add. It was a NO CONTEST ... and SDI was a winner by knockout in each and every case Here it is in one picture Lovely don't you think
buywell2
05/4/2019
09:12
Asset acquired from existing cash resources, not overpaying either. Quality outfit, I know of their products. Good news.
owenski
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