Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Somero Enter Di LSE:SOM London Ordinary Share USU834501038 COM STK USD0.001 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 292.50p 290.00p 295.00p 292.50p 292.50p 292.50p 17,000 07:53:58
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 64.3 17.2 20.2 15.4 164.54

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13/10/2017
11:33
I'll take your word for it gb, though I have my doubts given the pictures now coming out of California. In that case, with all due respect to the countries involved, Mexico and Chile should be prime targets for new sales of SOM equipment given the recent earthquakes (despite today's news North Korea is probably a step too far)....
rivaldo
13/10/2017
10:21
A screed floor properly laid (as hopefully all Somero floors are!) would only usually suffer from earthquakes - hurricanes and fires would rarely affect them, unless of course a massive tree fell on it.
grahamburn
12/10/2017
21:14
Hi gb. I wasn't really linking the two - I should have made that clearer. I suspect the rise is as you say a rebound based on some value investing, combined primarily with the continuing positive long-term outlook for non-residential construction in the USA as I posted previously. I know nothing about screeded floors! But surely a floor in a modern warehouse, which must preferably be flat, smooth and even, would be damaged or made uneven/unworkable in the event of either major flooding or destruction by fire?
rivaldo
12/10/2017
19:50
Think you're a little optimistic with your conclusion, rivaldo. Unlikely that screeded floors/foundations will have been affected very much by either hurricanes or fires. The rise is more likely to be just a gradual climb back to fair value after the slightly negative response to the statements earlier this year indicating slower US growth and lack of expansion in China etc.
grahamburn
12/10/2017
10:59
Looks like a bounce here is gaining momentum. The awful recent post-hurricane destruction and now fires in California (2,000 structures destroyed to date) have left a lot of infrastructure, warehouses etc in need of rebuilding.
rivaldo
04/10/2017
12:27
I am surprised that one of the mega construction equipment manufacturers have not bought this with its impressive margins. Such companies have a reputation for buying at the top so fingers crossed that the pull back in the share price and the weak sterling price tempts a few out of the woodwork. I could see a price starting with 4 no problem.
tiswas
27/9/2017
21:18
Trendwatch magazine/website paper portfolio hit its Stop Loss yesterday. That won't help although I am not sure it has a big following.
tightfist
26/9/2017
17:37
Thanks, felt like a selling tip or something, especially with the ex-div so close.
loopeyneuro
26/9/2017
17:28
not sure, but gave up the 200DMA average on the drop, felt a bit manufactured tbh. bounced of lower channel line. Stop loss is close for me.
butchdogg
26/9/2017
12:35
Why the drop?
loopeyneuro
19/9/2017
14:51
Encouraging report which indicates that non-residential construction in the USA is looking good not only for this coming Q4, but also for 2018. Also interesting that Chinese demand for construction equipment has been picking up: Https://finance.yahoo.com/news/caterpillar-hits-time-high-bullish-174700502.html "Caterpillar’s (NYSE:CAT) stock touched a new all-time high Monday on the heels of a bullish report that forecasted strong demand for construction equipment. Analysts at UBS upgraded Caterpillar to “buy” from “neutral,” citing a positive earnings outlook. UBS also hiked its price target to $140 from $116. The investment bank noted that private non-residential construction activity is on track to strengthen in the fourth quarter, followed by continued growth in 2018.... ...The Peoria, Illinois-based company said it benefited from mining- and energy-related sales in North America, as well as Chinese demand for construction equipment."
rivaldo
14/9/2017
09:18
was trying to buy on the barclays platform but can't do any more a real pain
mrthomas
12/9/2017
14:37
Have joined the brotherhood here. looks interesting. have waited for price to come back to the 200DMA have a 5% SL on this looking for a weekly bullflag to play out. target over 500p.
butchdogg
12/9/2017
08:33
Added a few at £2.795.
shanklin
11/9/2017
17:40
Well I am glad they are all OK
glaws2
11/9/2017
16:11
Yep, got response to email saying similar: "The Headquarters is fine. All business activities are being conducted from our facility in Houghton Michigan so there will be no disruption to our business. There is wide spread power outages but as far as we know all our employees are fine. The power outages have impacted the HQ and our homes so it is difficult to get information and respond to all the requests for updates. Please let everyone know we are all safe with no damage to our HQ and will be able to respond to their requests as soon as power is restored."
fredfishcake
11/9/2017
15:56
According to their Twitter feed all is well @somero_incHurricane Irma Status Update: The Headquarters is fine. All business activities are being... https://t.co/qjFkfT9ocd(https://twitter.com/Somero_Inc/status/907247605083545600?s=03)
alan_a_walker
11/9/2017
12:16
Indoor concrete floors will not be among the likeliest damage areas, I would have thought. Reconstruction & repair will be mostly in structures above floor level - except in areas where storms have caused subsidence.
grabster
11/9/2017
11:59
Another point is that there may be an opportunity to help with the Texas reconstruction work too.
alphabeta4
11/9/2017
11:49
Hi rivaldo. No worries! At time of writing this post, I see that the share price has found support at 280p. So, I am not unduly worried by today's sell-off.
chashley1806
11/9/2017
11:11
I emailed Somero in Fort Myers and got the following out-of-office: "Due to the impending Hurricane, the office is closed until Tuesday. All employees will be working remotely as they are able and responses will be answered as quickly as possible. Please note that the storm may create widespread power outages which could further delay communications. " Good that they planned ahead and hoping all are safe and well.
fredfishcake
11/9/2017
11:08
Cheers chashley - now I think we know the real reason, especially looking at all the small trades going through. I agree with you and disagree with PSL, especially given the strength in Europe and potential globally, whilst US non-commercial building remains positive too. This is reflected in SOM's bullish outlook for this H2.
rivaldo
11/9/2017
09:09
Hi. Worth saying that I subscribe to the "Penny Share Letter" which recommended selling in its latest issue published over the weekend. They recommended selling on the basis that, whilst a well-managed company, they couldn't see much growth in the share price due to the cyclical nature of the US construction industry.Personally, I disagree with this assessment - I think that, long-term, the company has good prospects - good product/reputation and is seeking to expand its business internationally to mitigate against being too reliant on the US. Essentially therefore, for me, this company is a long-term hold but not one for making a fast-buck.However, with regards to this morning's sell-off, this could be due to a combination of factors: I) as mentioned above, Hurricane Irma; and 2) "Penny Share Letter" investors possibly following that publication's advice?
chashley1806
11/9/2017
08:59
Thanks for explanations, was a bit confused what was going on there for a moment.
loopeyneuro
11/9/2017
08:50
Cheers Glaws2. From what I can see online there's some localised flooding in Fort Myers, but Irma has been strongly downgraded now it's onshore and the problems don't seem to be as bad as anticipated. I'd think that any problems would be short-lived - whilst the benefits to SOM overall would be much greater.
rivaldo
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