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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% 51.50 51.00 52.00 51.50 51.50 51.50 80,653 08:00:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 17.4 2.1 2.1 24.5 50

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27/11/2019
17:52
Crikey a sensible comment from some one :)
davr0s
27/11/2019
17:11
Good to see this hit 70p today :) Pleasantly surprised by such a rapid run up ahead of December’s results. Growth stocks showing real strength here & in the US of late.
xajorkith
27/11/2019
15:21
is something we are not aware of yet? Some large buys occurred this afternoon?
edscoville
27/11/2019
13:19
Incredible rerate. I confess to have reduced this to 8% of my portfolio now just given where the multiple now sits. So more of a normal proportion for me. Still positive mid term, just think it may need to settle back slightly short term
pireric
27/11/2019
12:33
Buying at 69.42p now....
rivaldo
21/11/2019
11:23
Breaking into new territory this morning on decent volume.
hastings
21/11/2019
10:07
read across from JDG
robow
21/11/2019
09:24
Patience required!
johndoe23
20/11/2019
11:14
slowed a bit here but JDG keeps going.... maybe we'll get a bit more of a push at some point and a bit of a catchup
ssahoy18
14/11/2019
16:16
Added, minimal downside by the looks
the white house
14/11/2019
13:13
New Fistreem web site - and the first piece of news flow, with some interesting closing comments from Mike Creedon: Https://www.fistreeminternational.com/news/new-website/ "Fistreem International relocates to Cambridge, UK to provide manufacturing excellence and support for customers globally October 30th, 2019 Fistreem International, a global leader in the development and manufacture of water purification products and vacuum ovens for scientific applications, is delighted to announce its relocation to the Synoptics site in Cambridge, UK. The move will ensure Fistreem has access to technology, manufacturing and marketing expertise, as well as the capacity to support its global scientific customer base. Fistreem, acquired by Scientific Digital Imaging (SDI) in September 2018 will be operational at the Synoptics site in Cambridge by the end of October 2019. where its main activity will be to produce the Cyclon Water Still, one of the world’s leading water purification brands. Fistreem in Cambridge will also manufacture the Calypso water stills as well as vacuum ovens. To complement the relocation, Fistreem has launched a new corporate identity including a new website www.fistreeminternational.com and new product literature detailing the full range of Fistreem products and services its Cambridge site provides. Technical services and spare parts will also be available from there, ensuring that Fistreem’s customers and distributors receive the level of product support they need. Mike Creedon, CEO of SDI commented: “The relocation of Fistreem to the Synoptics site in Cambridge will provide the company with the space, expertise and infrastructure to expand. Additionally, because Fistreem is now fully integrated into our AIM quoted SDI Group, it will also have the funding for that expansion, enabling it to fulfil larger contracts, that it has not previously been able to support. The move is very positive and we look forward to seeing Fistreem go from strength to strength in its new location.”
rivaldo
07/11/2019
16:38
Yes, just seen this myself on the back of reading Robbie Burns blog.At first glance looks decent, will do my due diligence before making any potential move.
johndoe23
07/11/2019
16:33
Not been in this one before. Robbie Burns (Naked Trader) has bought in. He is looking for £1: "SDI looks a very decent share and another that came up at the seminar. It is currently breaking out of its range and the breakout looks like a powerful one. It designs and make scientific and tech products used in digital imaging and sensing and control applications. Profits are going nicely and it has a very small debt. Its markets look to be promising and its recent AGM statement was encouraging. It has been gradually raising money sensibly to acquire other companies and it looks set to continue. It looks like a rather nice Isa tuckaway with a potential 100p in time with some patience. Not a virtue most traders have!"
sphere25
07/11/2019
08:33
Looks like there is a bit of resistance at ~63.8. What are your opinions on this? Personally I'm going to hold as I think the price will eventually rise further.
adibadi
06/11/2019
14:12
https://www.syngene.com/news/syngene-sponsors-tufts-launchpad-biolabs-to-support-biomedical-innovation-in-boston/
hastings
05/11/2019
11:55
Cheers melody9999.
rivaldo
04/11/2019
00:03
Here is the conclusion Riv SDI Group is smaller than Judges Scientific and is cheaper on a range of metrics, including Slater’s PEG ratio - a classic measure of how much investors are paying for the promise of future growth - and it is when viewed as a ‘growth at a reasonable price’ stock that SDI looks most attractive as an investment. In terms of financial strength, acquisition track record, free cash flow generation and overall quality, it does not quite live up to JDG’s exacting standards - yet - but management appears to have done a good job so far, and the group has ample time and opportunity to prove itself. That said, history is littered with value-destroying acquisitions. Buy and build strategies can go wrong, so it is not without risk. One point that clearly differentiates the two companies is their attitudes towards shareholder dilution. While Judges keeps a tight rein over its share count, SDI has nearly quadrupled its number of shares in issue over the past five years. In fairness, the funds raised have helped drive the company’s strategy and consequent share price growth. It would be positive to see SDI kick on from here and continue to scale up with minimal further dilution. Another positive sign would be to see the board increasing their own holdings in the company. SDI is bigger than it was five years ago, with a stronger balance sheet, a more diversified revenue stream across multiple geographies and has a more liquid shareholder base. Its subsidiary companies continue to establish a track record of profitable growth, which should translate into more free cash flow. All of these factors make SDI an attractive acquirer, which bodes well for its stated strategy and gives this stock the potential to be a high QM compounder.
melody9999
03/11/2019
23:33
Cheers Norbert - unfortunately I'm already subscribing to Research Tree, SCSW, ADVFN etc etc and really don't fancy adding more and more!
rivaldo
03/11/2019
08:58
Strongly recommend subscribing Rivaldo - lots of great content and tools and a team that cares about private investors. I'm not on the payroll btw!
norbert colon
03/11/2019
07:41
Cheers Norbert - but subscriber-only. Perhaps someone could copy the content after a suitable interval.
rivaldo
31/10/2019
07:22
Name change! 'SDI Group' - I suppose it better represents the broad range of companies now under their umbrella.
mr doughnut1
30/10/2019
08:14
Looks like it wants to go higher.
someuwin
29/10/2019
10:34
Bid now 61p Tipped somewhere? or MM/s just short of stock?
pugugly
29/10/2019
08:41
Yes, looking good rivaldo!
hastings
29/10/2019
08:16
Good to see 20k just bought at 59p - a full 1p above the current 58p published offer price.
rivaldo
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