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Sigmaroc Plc

0.40 (0.67%)
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sigmaroc Plc LSE:SRC London Ordinary Share GB00BYX5K988 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.40 0.67% 60.40 158,128 13:01:13
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
60.20 60.40 60.40 59.00 60.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Telegraph & Oth Message Comm 537.99 31.24 4.90 - 385.50
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
14:58:43 AT 23 60.40 GBX

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Posted at 18/5/2023 15:32 by haywards26
Disappointing to see the share price fall back again...I thought we were finally on our way to a fairer valuation (80p +) with the increases in the first week of the month.
Posted at 04/5/2023 00:14 by haywards26
I do think sooner or later SRC will be re-rated. Continued outperformance and growth is being delivered, which has to eventually show in the market cap and share price. It’s just when.

But I get your point about the macro and wider economic problems..the markets have been in my view way too confident and continued upwards despite the banking issues, watching war in Ukraine and cost of living crisis etc..

Posted at 03/5/2023 22:03 by sphere25
I'm in. If posting on something, usually in it or interested in having a go but always prone to nipping in and out of things at no notice too.The market just isn't keen to give many of the smaller caps a proper re-rating. In a way it is a traders markets and SRC is one of those shares that pings about in a range. It keeps loitering at this breakout point and has a real good think about whether the macro is going to allow a big breakout or whether there is a deterioration ahead that feeds into micro performance. In a way it really is a traders market. It gets annoying watching some of these shares just go up and down without breaking out. But then you see all these bids coming in and you think...maybe one of yours will catch a bid. Clearly it shows the undervaluation too so it's all rather intricate out there.Then you have all these bank failures and ridiculous sums being quoted about the losses that others are sat on and you're sat there thinking how on Earth are the market so comfortable and what if there is some bigger cascade effect to follow. Clearly there is some form of credit tightening and slow down ahead but how deep and what does it mean for the likes of SRCAll that overhang is clearly playing a part out there so maybe many are choosing to hold and trade a few as well.But yeah, on the mobile, a little late night murmur thereLet's see how it goesFormatting will probably be knackeredAll imo DYOR
Posted at 03/5/2023 15:26 by sphere25
Well, the last time posting here in February, there was a breakout battle going on at this level. A placing soon followed so perhaps that had a bearing on the breakout failing. Here we are again with a ding dong going on at the key breakout level right now.

BlackRock almost single-handedly control the price here with their 5210 icebergs, playing the order book on each side at various price points. They have been sat here today at 61.2p on the offer preventing the break higher - that looks cleared atm. Then they were sat at 61.6p - that battle is ongoing but the iceberg has just been cleared.

So whilst the bulls are sat trying to take control of 61.6p, the market is having a little pause here and is now sat waiting to see if they have more to sell, or whether they are cleared here, and those orders on 62p get bought through for a significant chart break.

It is hard work holding shares like SRC at times. They go up, show abit of leg, and come flying back - almost better to just trade them all the time. A few of these types about of late which are frustrating holds. I'm sure others feel the same.

It is close again here.

Surely not another tease is it?

Go on, get through 62p.

All imo

Posted at 02/5/2023 12:52 by haywards26
Finally - hopefully this is the start of the re-rating back to a more reasonable share price level (£1) and valuation.
Posted at 06/4/2023 23:46 by haywards26
I am looking to top up here in what is my largest holding with the new tax ISA allowances open.

The Swedish case is not a factor in the current lowly rated share price. But is a nice to have if the states appeal fails 🙂

The management here are excellent as are all the financial growth stats.

I can’t fathom why we are not much closer to £1…

Posted at 28/2/2023 12:03 by greg the grinch
Hmmm... does the upward share price movement suggest they could have got the placing away at a higher price?

Let's be honest, we're all here because we think SRC is currently worth at least 1 pound if not a bit more. Also, medium-term I expect we think the share price should hit £1.50 to £2. I suspect the institutional investors will have exactly the same thoughts.

I maintain they could have got the placing away at a higher price. A two-hour buying window for retail investors was unreasonably tight.

Anyway, onwards and upwards.

We don't all have to agree.

Posted at 23/2/2023 00:13 by elbrus55
This is a standard capital raising process and existing retail shareholders had an opportunity to subscribe very similar to the institutional. As I said in my message of 31 January they had hinted that a capital raise was on the cards and this might not be great for the share price in the short term. If you are busy or your broker makes things difficult, it is unfortunate but not something SRC can control. Retail investors can buy/sell in the open market. It is not realistic for institutions to do the same as the liquidity isn't there for the quantities they want.If you have evidence of insider trading I suggest you go to the police or other authorities rather than make unfounded accusations here.
Posted at 25/10/2022 13:31 by elbrus55
If you strip out the recent acquistions, they've been generating quite a bit of cash recently (£3m per month?) and their Santander-led debt facility runs to July 2026 So while I agree there are risks here, it doesn't look too stressed. Maybe they'll drop the dividend in these conditions to help pay down debt quicker, although it was relatively small. Unusual comment about the Director share purchases! How are retail shareholders going to move the share price when they hold a tiny proportion of shares (1%?) - it is incredible. About two thirds of the shares here are held by just 10 shareholders (whose actions can really influence the share price) and the directors' purchases may give them a bit more confidence in the messages the directors are giving them in their regular calls and meetings - but in the end they'll mostly look at the business results The directors have very little interest in talking up the share price a bit for a short period. What would they get out of this - a warm feeling inside? The success of their trades can be judged by the performance of the business and share price progression over the next year or so .
Posted at 12/9/2022 14:57 by kalai1
SigmaRoc plc posted Interims this morning which reported a strong H1 2022 demonstrating the effectiveness of the Group’s diversified model. Revenue was up 17% on a pro-forma basis to £247m, EBITDA was up 6% pro-forma to £47.6m. Underlying EPS was 3.61p representing a 34.7% improvement year-on-year. H2 trading has started well, demand remains good both for housing and infrastructure, as well as for industrial minerals. The Group has successfully dealt with various supply chain and inflationary headwinds in H1 2022 and has continued to do so into H2 2022. While business performance has been pretty robust, share price has more than halved in the market correction over the past year. Valuation is therefore very attractive with forward PE ratio at 6.9x and PEG at 0.4x. The share price is back at pre-COVID levels and still correcting lower. There is no obvious rush to buy particularly with housing and construction in the firing line of higher interest rates, but SRC is certainly a share worth monitoring...

...from WealthOracle


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