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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sigmaroc LSE:SRC London Ordinary Share GB00BYX5K988 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.40p +1.02% 39.70p 39.40p 40.00p 39.70p 39.30p 39.30p 228,991 16:27:56
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 27.1 0.8 0.3 116.8 54.27

Sigmaroc Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/9/2018
09:53
7.3%+ trade miton out or moving to another fund? or another shareholder
ntv
27/9/2018
09:26
Somebody's hungry for sure...
l4z4rus
27/9/2018
09:26
Somebody's hungry for sure...
l4z4rus
27/9/2018
09:16
That's a hefty buy today, what gives?
zcaprd7
26/9/2018
01:08
Didn't the government just annouce a dollop of cash (£4B) to build more houses?
zcaprd7
21/9/2018
09:50
In my opinion the whole Brexit issue is somewhat besides the point. If it's a hard brexit that might give the stock market a temporary dip and even cause a temporary dip in the pound, but on the medium run I believe even a 'hard Brexit' can only give this sector a huge boost. As aggregate and construction materials are always going to be necessary for the UK market at a relatively stable and steadily growing level the emergence of trade barriers and the disappearance of erstwhile free trade agreements can only lead to an increase in demand from UK companies such as Sigma. If it's a super soft you can hardly notice the difference Brexit then everything will go on as before and there's nothing to worry about either... The only thing to worry about would be the initial stock market dip by holding one's horses and not joining the party by senselessly selling off stock but rather showing some patience and buying some more when prices are low!
fc0001
20/9/2018
11:21
For some stocks, yes... The city seems overly remain, and seems to believe in project fear more than most.That being said, there will probably be some volatility as we approach the deadline... I expect no fireworks, and a large dollop of fudge.
zcaprd7
20/9/2018
09:28
I don't think so do you?
ntv
20/9/2018
08:50
Perhaps a disastrous brexit is already priced into the market?
zcaprd7
19/9/2018
16:53
FC0001 Why would you want to buy ahead of Brexit unless the company you are buying is disgustingly cheap? As long as you have the finance in place ready for the deal to go ahead but patience could produce some real bargins. It's true cashflow in Channel Islands should prove extremely useful during difficult UK conditions I would like to see a dividend as well
ntv
18/9/2018
18:25
I think I'll follow your advice; share price is rising faster than I anticipated and I'm quite confident will continue to do so for a while.
fc0001
18/9/2018
11:32
Yes, might be time to top up, quite weak recently, and I missed out last time...
zcaprd7
18/9/2018
10:05
I recently bought a fair number of shares and must say I'm highly optimistic! I've been through all of the documentation, both their own (hxxps://www.sigmaroc.com/?page_id=8893) and what I was able to glean from the net and it seems to me that there's a real promise for long-term growth here. I kind of disagree with @NTV on the need for six months without any purchases as all the reports thus far show excellent cash generation and stopping up the acquisition pipeline would probably mar Sigma's medium-term strategy to build itself a strong niche position in the sector, which is clearly the most important thing from an investor's pov...Looking forward to seeing the interim results and a well deserved spike in share prices!
fc0001
16/9/2018
22:26
i reckon this week...
eentweedrie
13/9/2018
08:58
When are the interim results due?
ntv
23/8/2018
07:11
bageo yes i understand the cost of moving aggregates on land is much of the cost of what you buy we had a small pit near where i used to live and i could buy from there at a good price and be gone quickly. was only picking up 1 1/2 tons at time Until everyone got the same idea. it then became cheaper to buy in by a lorry load as waiting around to be loaded was dead time I can see why it makes sense to bring in stone by sea as it comes down to cost and stone type guess I would like to see a good clean 6 months without any purchases to see how the company is really doing and how good the cash generation really is
ntv
22/8/2018
20:20
NTV In aggregates there is often limited competition purely due to transport costs. Clearly for coastal areas with ports importing is easier. Coastal defences in parts of England have used rock from Scandinavia as this fitted the technical need and sea delivery was required. Saying that I believe SigmaROC have the majority of local business in the Channel Islands but not in a monopoly charge what you like way.
bageo
21/8/2018
17:17
is there any real competition in Jersey and Guernsey or do they have a monopoly?
ntv
06/8/2018
14:38
Yes, gone very quiet, I would have thought they'd be trying to get the share price up for more deals... Didn't even bother to release the drilling results separately?
zcaprd7
04/8/2018
17:54
Has anyone checked the B.O.D. for a pulse? Seems like a lifestyle venture.
dire cons
21/7/2018
14:54
If the placing price is at a premium than it is worth buying now. Wonder when the interims are due
eentweedrie
11/7/2018
11:55
Placing at? 38p, 35p?
zcaprd7
11/7/2018
08:31
hence the price drift. there is a pending placing so no point holding
ntv
10/7/2018
20:04
I am expecting acquisition news shortly following the result of AGM announcement "In light of the development of potential acquisitions that will require specific shareholder authority, the board withdrew Resolutions 3 and 4 and specific authorities will be sought at the appropriate time."
haywards26
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