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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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23/4/2019
17:23
:0) Now on 16.6x forward earnings; still seems good value to me versus most of the SMID cap AIM stuff. Especially if the trading update within a few weeks is decidedly positive. Plus, an accretive acquisition over the next few months, say 5% accretive, and suddenly you'd be back down to a 15.8x multiple.
pireric
23/4/2019
16:43
Pieric should start new boards on all my stocks - a good day
ronwilkes123
23/4/2019
09:31
Great stuff, just need the periodicals about mad cows and we're in for business.
steptoes yard
23/4/2019
08:19
Cheers pireric - useful sales info, and excellent graphics!
rivaldo
23/4/2019
07:38
Great. Thanks Eric
robow
23/4/2019
07:26
Oh......new thread........nice infographics.........
soundbuy
22/4/2019
20:29
Eric - Great work - much appreciated - Revenue split most useful -
pugugly
22/4/2019
19:50
Keep up the good work Eric, greatly appreciated.
hastings
22/4/2019
19:36
Definitely have the editor privileges for the header Rhom so I'll keep that updated :0)
pireric
22/4/2019
18:56
Excellent pieric
ronwilkes123
22/4/2019
17:28
Thanks Eric
petewy
22/4/2019
15:59
Thanks Eric I’m in top up mode so your PR effort is a) excellent b) early I’m hoping as thread creator you also have editor privileges..
rhomboid
22/4/2019
15:57
Excellent Eric...many thanks 👏🏻👏🏻 8079;🏻 Kind regards, GHF
glasshalfull
22/4/2019
15:43
Hi guys; Thought the header was getting a bit out of date and quite long. Have set up a new thread (link below), but feel free to ignore and keep using this one if preferred. I've added a summary of the financial forecasts, and have added a graphic I've made over the weekend, showing a basic summary of the group today. Let me know if any suggestions https://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=44235893 Eric
pireric
22/4/2019
15:42
Scientific Digital Imaging (LSE:SDI) is a designer and manufacturer of niche scientific and high technology products, serving a wide mix of public and private businesses, and also consumers. The group is growing both strongly organically, but also seeks to acquire complementary business lines from the UK private market. Data below last updated 16 February 2021 FORECASTS Last Year Revenue = £24.5m Adj. EBIT = £4.6m Adjusted diluted EPS = 3.43p FY21 Revenue = £34.0m Adj. EBIT = £7.0m Adjusted diluted EPS = 5.5p FY22 Revenue = £42.1m Adj. EBIT = £9.0m Adjusted diluted EPS = 7.1p FY22 P/E Ratio at 170p = 170 / 7.1 = 23.9x
pireric
16/4/2019
13:19
No govt wants to do anything about things like that with the inherent state pension liabilities
steptoes yard
16/4/2019
12:38
CJD - mad cow disease for humans
glaws2
16/4/2019
12:36
wat is cjb?
steptoes yard
16/4/2019
11:15
Just going off last year apologies I didn't know Hastings had a more precise date
ronwilkes123
16/4/2019
11:10
1st couple of weeks of May was the timeframe that Hastings was suggesting, Ron
pireric
16/4/2019
10:56
Trading update next week hopefully Friday
ronwilkes123
16/4/2019
10:24
I'll do better than that I will stop posting on this thread completely and let you guys have the floor to yourselves
buywell2
16/4/2019
10:19
Buywell - can you at least consolidate your CJD posts and post 1 a day at most? In any case, copying these articles ad verbatim in bulk from their sites is definitely against their copyright rules/T&Cs. It's akin to me going onto an oil producing company's board and posting several articles per day on what the oil price is going to do. Quite frankly most posters wouldn't find it very interesting, nor that it adds value to the company discussion.
pireric
16/4/2019
10:15
April 4 2019 Alzheimer's disease probably affects twice as many people as current estimates suggest, experts believe, but sufferers are yet to show symptoms. Scientists at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota have been re-evaluating the prevalence of the disease using brain imaging to give a definitive assessment of the numbers affected. However, tests on 2,500 people found twice as many as expected had the tell-tale signs of protein plaques and tangles in the brain that are the marks of the disease, even though they were not yet experiencing dementia. Dr Cliff Jack, a professor of Alzheimer's research at the Mayo Clinic, said the prevalence of the condition was at present "based on clinical assessment, 'do you have dementia?' "But as a general rule the prevalence of amyloid [protein plaques] and tau [tangles] as denoted by bio-markers is about two times higher," he said. "Classically defined Alzheimer's undercounts people who have the pathology but do not have symptoms." buywell says : the protein plaques and tau tangles are MISFOLDED proteins as defined in my previous proteopathy video link. Now factor in this Unfortunately, although autopsies once were performed on approximately half of all corpses, the frequency has dropped to 15 percent or less in the United States. The National Center for Health Statistics -- a branch of the CDC -- stopped collecting autopsy data in 1995. "If we don't do autopsies and we don't look at people's brains ... we have no idea about what is the general prevalence of these kinds of infections and (whether) it is changing," Manuelidis said. At the same time autopsies have been declining, the number of deaths attributed to Alzheimer's has increased more than 50-fold since 1979, going from 857 deaths then to nearly 50,000 in 2000. Though it is unlikely the dramatic increase in Alzheimer's is due entirely to misdiagnosed CJD cases, it "could explain some of the increase we've seen," Manuelidis said. "Neurodegenerative disease and Alzheimer's disease have become a wastebasket" for mental illness in the elderly that is difficult to diagnose conclusively, she said. "In other words, what people call Alzheimer's now is more broad than what people used to call it, and that has the possibility of encompassing more diseases -- including CJD." The autopsy studies that found undiagnosed CJD cases raise the question of whether the United States "already has an undetected epidemic here," Jeff Nelson, director of vegsource.com, a vegetarian advocacy Web site, told UPI.
buywell2
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