Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Solid State LSE:SOLI London Ordinary Share GB0008237132 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 324.00p 318.00p 330.00p 324.00p 324.00p 324.00p 7,128 05:30:35
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 46.3 2.5 26.5 12.2 27.53

Solid State Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/7/2018
16:33
Not sure why today's drop; needs some more newsflow.
spectoacc
03/7/2018
07:49
wouldn't say good - mediocre at best. long way to go imo. but at least nothing dire
eentweedrie
03/7/2018
07:42
The results are OK, not sure they are good however the lower margin had been flagged, I wouldn't expect the share price to fall today however I wouldn't expect it to move up much either. With regards to the order book, it looks good however if they need lots more revenue for profits to stand still it's not a great sign.
eastbourne1982
03/7/2018
07:20
Certainly good in the sense there appear to be no more nasty surprises on trading. Onwards & upwards hopefully.
spectoacc
03/7/2018
07:09
good results
cascudi
11/6/2018
09:00
Agree it's encouraging, and £4m is a lot of batteries so the end customer is clearly blue chip. I know from my cycling gps how the battery performance changes dramatically with variations in temperature. So a bit further up the quality chain than just supplying lithium batteries. I picked up a few during the antenna issue slump so probably is little biased.
cockerhoop
11/6/2018
08:33
Ha ha yes - or that it was all being paid for in Bitcoin. Seriously though - probably going to be a slow-burner but I think this underpins a higher price for SOLI.
spectoacc
11/6/2018
08:32
I'd say a 10% of annual t/o deal with further collaboration opportunities is worth an RNS. No expert in the area but I'd imagine robot pickers for dark warehouses will be a growing industry. At least they didn't mention graphene in the battery construction :-)
cockerhoop
11/6/2018
08:25
@vh - anything remotely attached to robotics (no pun intended) seems to command a massive premium - small deal in the scheme of things, but worth quite a bit to the share price I say :)
spectoacc
11/6/2018
08:23
Don't knock it; all grist to the mill :-)
value hound
11/6/2018
08:06
Robots? Hmmm.....
spectoacc
18/5/2018
15:25
"Oh great, it's up 5%. No, wait - it's just the spread". 28p - worst I've seen it.
spectoacc
30/4/2018
13:27
Doesn't seem to have found a bottom just yet.
spectoacc
28/4/2018
12:52
It looks to me like it could be Cannacord reducing their stake which is causing further weakness in the price. Let's hope they don't want shot of it all. I think these are looking interesting again at these prices, the recent guidance suggests they're on a modest rating now and the balance sheet is pretty solid. Just one thing that's worrying me is they mentioned that they are thinking of making larger acquisitions but they're either going to have to gear up which I don't like or pay in shares when the price is depressed.
arthur_lame_stocks
27/4/2018
14:54
"Tommo" now saying sell, that caused the sharp drop the other day, and a few more sells today with the mag having come out. Probably more on Monday when people read it over the weekend. Glad to see Mr Tipster exit in truth - happy to see weak money exit.
spectoacc
23/4/2018
10:03
I've been buying these recently around the £2.78 mark, share price is down nearly 50% since August 2017, fall looks well overdone imho. A market cap of 30 - 35 million would be realistic here.
eastbourne1982
13/4/2018
08:45
Thanks @Glasshalffull, good analysis. Question for me is whether Comms Division problems can be overcome, or whether it's the new normal. £'s recovery won't have helped. They also sound like they've more acquisitions in mind. Only thing I'd add to your analysis is the "IHT premium" - deserves a higher p/e because of it (eg ASC, FEVR to take two extreme examples). I've averaged a few down here, back close to original buy price, but wouldn't argue it's much better than fair value here (with a decent yield). But if I'm right re IHT it could yet drift back higher - should be a fair few holders for whom selling isn't an option.
spectoacc
12/4/2018
21:40
Evening everyone I last posted my concerns about SOLI’s raiting following H1 results released at the end of October 2017 (post 260). Hoped to have bought back in by now on a return to growth or valuation coming back to a more realistic 10-12 PER...IMHO. Sorry for holders to see the stock down 25% today. Both finnCap & WH Ireland have released updates essentially maintaining 2018 forecasts but cutting 2019 estimates by 25%...hence magnitude of today’s drop. I currently hold a fair chunk of APC (APC Technology) so was delighted to read that the Distribution Division is firing on all cylinders with +18% growth in the period. Wonder if there would be any value in a combination of SOLI’s Distribution arm & APC??? Clearly the Communications Division is SOLI’s Achilles heel. On forecasts for 2019 finnCap indicate, “...we reduce our adjusted PBT by £0.9m to £2.5m, with EPS reduced from 33.6p to 25.1p, a 25% reduction. As such, we also now adjust the dividend to 12.0p, from 12.5p. The balance sheet remains comfortable, and we look for net debt to rise from £0.1m to £0.9m in 2019.” - - - Best wishes to holders. SOLI remains on my watchlist for the timebeing with a view to reinvesting should there be structural change (not convinced by the Comms Division) or resumption of growth. Kind regards, GHF
glasshalfull
12/4/2018
12:04
I still think the shares are cheap but I am a little concerned that we may see a cut in the dividend in 2018/19 unless profits rise. In the Annual Report for 2016/17 we were told that the dividend of 12p was covered 2.25 times and that from now on the directors would be looking for cover of 2.50/2.75. This implies a reduction in the dividend to about 10p if profits remain at the same level.
varies
12/4/2018
12:03
Very surprised you were unable to sell into the USA with your people skills MRF :-)
cockerhoop
12/4/2018
11:22
To be fair you cant just rock up and expect to sell anything in the USA even if you have a unique product. You need a business model that either has an established distribution base or a highly credible, established and revered distribution agent.The former is very expensive to set up and takes a long time and the later smashed your margin to prices.(Having ran a manufacturing business and having tried to crack the USA)Europe is were its easier. I guess with brexit on the horizon theres considerable political risk now.
my retirement fund
12/4/2018
11:14
Bought in on that ridiculous drop. Guidance still in line even though the comms department suffering. I expect this to bounce considerably over next couple of weeks!
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