Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Solid State Plc LSE:SOLI London Ordinary Share GB0008237132 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 900.00 17,317 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
890.00 910.00 900.00 900.00 900.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 67.42 4.00 40.10 22.4 77
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:07:43 O 10,000 897.00 GBX

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Solid State Daily Update: Solid State Plc is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SOLI. The last closing price for Solid State was 900p.
Solid State Plc has a 4 week average price of 830p and a 12 week average price of 630p.
The 1 year high share price is 900p while the 1 year low share price is currently 425p.
There are currently 8,541,504 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 13,684 shares. The market capitalisation of Solid State Plc is £76,873,536.
boadicea: This company is a little gem. I 'discovered' it in late 2019, not long before covid and was a bit worried how it would fare. It has not disappointed and I have added since. Otherwise, most of my recent investments have been in digital, software or medical situations which generally did well through 2020 and I have avoided hardware companies with a couple of exceptions (e.g. having a medical connection.) Market rotation since the new year has been towards potential recovery stocks, many of which I suspect won't, and it's difficult to choose the winners. However, those that have survived virtually unscathed or have retained strong reserves should do well in picking up distressed bargains. SOLI is well to the top of this list and is helping to offset a slight sag in the software-heavy part of my portfolio.
tizo100: Won't be this price for much longer whoosh
tizo100: Only bought in end of last week looks a decent growth share with very few shares around
boadicea: The recent performance of SOLI is quite impressive. I have mainly concentrated new investment in software and web stocks in the past year with a few exceptions in the technical hardware and sytems sectors of which SOLI is the best example. It has had a good record since mid-2018, is on a reasoble rating and its future prospects appear well underpinned by recent contract awards with hopefully more to follow given the government's recent tilt towards support for home industries. SOLI is not alone. I have also been ecouraged by the recent performance of Flowtech (FLO), sensibly reorganising and on a reasonable rating. Similarly, SRT-Marine (SRT) seems to be recording progress in its Philippines contract and offers the promise (but historically too often disappointed) of multiple large contracts "any day" now. Add in recovery prospects in CAR (precision plastic parts for the medical market), PEN, and cash-rich ZYT. I also have small punts in TON and NEXS, waiting to see how they develop over the coming year.
jamessmith23: I think it's more about the industry as opposed to the amount of the individual contract, I'm guessing transport is going to be a growing area of focus for Soli
this_is_me: Share price now on a 5 year high.
boadicea: This is one of three of my holdings that reported updates today. The others were DOTD and NCC. One of them, DOTD, was brilliant. I would class NCC as being good and SOLI very good in the current circumstances. The position of SOLI in my portfolio has slipped from a target ~2% to about 1.7% at today's 580p, due to relative outperformance of other holdings rather than a poor share price performance by SOLI. (I was fortunate in having a bias towards pharmaceuticals and internet/digital stocks which have done well.) A general result of this is that the portfolio is becoming unbalanced and some rebalancing by adding selectively to recovery or resilient stocks in the lagging sectors would seem to be sensible. SOLI is a firm candidate for this process, particularly if we see a further pullback into the mid 500's. Two others that I am looking at are FLO and SRT. I want to see more evidence of the resilience of FLO, while the ability of SRT to navigate the glue-pot of arcane foreign government contracting procedures remains a severe restraining factor on progress of its brilliant technological offerings in the marine domain awareness field. However, I digress from my main point that SOLI is showing very creditable resilience making it a prime candidate for a top up.
boadicea: There are many companies that, at the moment, seem uninvestable until proper control of covid19 is apparent and therefore there is plenty of cash available for those companies which show continuing ability to perform reliably. SOLI is one of the latter. It is not overtly expensive - i.e. realistcally valued but not cheap. The cash conversion is notably good (but be careful - sometimes this denotes a falling order book, reducing input material costs, work-in-progress etc). Overall, it does not surprise me that the share price is firm and has responded positively to a good update. However I see limited potential for a strong and sustained further advance on what we know at present. Therefore I would be suspicious that a continuing advance similar to what we have seen in the last few days may mean someone could know (or think they know) rather more than is in the public domain.
brad_k: Anyone know what's driving the price rise this morning? Volume isn't great but the price has been lifted steadily. NT on the buy side for even 100 shares, so maybe I have answered my own question, no stock available?
boadicea: Very reassuring update -
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