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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Somero Enter Di LSE:SOM London Ordinary Share COM STK USD0.001 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -4.00p -1.33% 296.00p 295.00p 310.00p 305.00p 300.00p 300.00p 127,120 16:35:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 63.4 19.1 24.4 11.3 166.51

Somero Enter Di Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/12/2018
15:15
Polar Capital will have performed due diligence you would hope and will / should have spoken to management before committing the big money.
basem1
11/12/2018
07:52
Well, if SOM's sector comparator Ashtead are anything to go by, their news today - particularly from Sunbelt - indicates that SOM should be continuing to thrive: "Ashtead Group PLC (AHT.LN) said Tuesday that profit before tax increased in the second quarter of the fiscal year on higher revenue, and that it expects full-year results ahead of prior expectations. The company said pretax profit for the three months ended Oct. 31 was 335.6 million pounds ($424.8 million), compared with GBP264.2 million in the previous-year period, on revenue that rose 18% to GBP1.11 billion. The equipment rental company said that the business was performing well in supportive end markets. Its Sunbelt Canada business was a particularly strong performer, with rental revenue increasing 90%, buoyed by the impact of an acquisition. The FTSE 100-listed company declared an interim dividend of 6.5 pence, up from 5.5 pence. "We expect full year results to be ahead of our prior expectations and the Board continues to look to the medium term with confidence," said Chief Executive Geoff Drabble"
rivaldo
07/12/2018
14:43
Polar Capital......sensible chaps !! Great little business this.,
basem1
07/12/2018
13:25
Managed to buy 1.4k on a fill and kill at 296p having had 3.4k rejected. Now cannot get an online price to buy 2k with the offer having moved up to 300p.
shanklin
07/12/2018
10:30
Far as I can see most (all?) of the sells are buys this morning. Mid market on above graph is 290.50 but currently (and for the last half hour) you can buy at 289.90 - the sell being 286.00. Been similar all morning.
podgyted
07/12/2018
08:24
All the grey trades today seem to be buys, you can buy below the mid price.
slopsjon2
07/12/2018
07:36
yeah lammylover but there could be a lot more blood on the street's before its finished
jon123
06/12/2018
19:06
I wanted to buy today but was told to fill out a W8 Ben form first. Posted tonight will take 3 working days to process. Hope I don't miss the boat!
sttrader
06/12/2018
18:57
Been a lucky stock for me. In at 320, out at 357 In at 320, out at 345 on Monday Back in today at 294. Fundamentals are excellent, new business opportunities mentioned in the last results , just a bit of panic around today. Forced sellers etc.
basem1
06/12/2018
16:21
I'm back in today and was feeling pretty good about it, until the large sells just came in at 290p. Are you guys holding/adding at these levels?
dl6789
27/11/2018
18:05
its nothing to do with brexit the share of this company is going down with the market, things stateside ain't so rosey either rising interest rates will slow there economy down, all the world's economies are slowing down i like US dollar earners i have a portfolio full of them but there all going in the same direction down
jon123
27/11/2018
17:19
jon123 - have a lot of sympathy with what you are saying. However, for better or worse, I've built up a large stake here (for me) as it seems, based on my research, to be very good value. No Brexit implications, growing, low PER, high yield, moat ...... Time will tell, but SOM is 25% lower than it's high, and things for the company are getting better, not worse. Could they go lower? Never say never, but I think this is the base and, if not, it's pretty close. (Forward PER of 10, yield of 6%, IP ....)
podgyted
27/11/2018
15:31
i hope it is too but i'm not going to add until i can see some sort of stabilization in the overall market i still think cash is king no matter how cheap these look now they could well be cheaper in a few days/weeks time
jon123
27/11/2018
15:23
Could well have done Jon, it didn't feel right at 320 last week for me but today it does. Hoping my traders instinct is correct.
basem1
27/11/2018
15:13
Guys....different sector but take a look at SLP. Read the last results and look at the market cap. Sorry for the ramp, not normally my style but pleased to spread the word on a good one.
basem1
27/11/2018
15:12
was wondering if the overhang has cleared but not so sure even with that big trade
jon123
27/11/2018
15:10
Back in today with a modest 3000 shares. Lots to like here.
basem1
26/11/2018
22:48
Polar Capital appear to have turned up with a 5.36% holding, or just over 3m shares. Which is nice: Https://www.investegate.co.uk/somero-enterprises--som-/rns/holding-s--in-company/201811261347565161I/
rivaldo
25/11/2018
17:31
Tipped twice on T.M.F :o)) Https://www.fool.co.uk/investing/2018/11/21/why-id-invest-2000-in-this-stock-with-millionaire-maker-potential/ "Considering all of the above, and with analysts expecting earnings to increase by 17% this year, I believe Somero’s valuation of 10.3 times forward earnings significantly undervalues the business, and its prospects." And: Https://www.fool.co.uk/investing/2018/11/20/time-to-buy-this-ftse-100-dividend-growth-stock-after-todays-record-results/ "When it’s considered that its stock now trades on a P/E of just 11 for the next financial year, I think Somero looks great value right now."
rivaldo
23/11/2018
09:37
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davebowler
22/11/2018
17:08
If you ask your bank how long it takes to clear a dollar denominated cheque, they will tell you 6-8 weeks.
kalkulacka
22/11/2018
12:17
I won't be asking them. No real interest. I don't use AJB, and have no plans to change that, and even less now! But it's such a big difference it seems worthy of note. Suggests very poor procedures for handling non Sterling divs. And I'd wonder what other procedural issues they have.
greyingsurfer
22/11/2018
09:55
Why does it take AJB 8 weeks to clear the cheque, when others managed it a month ago? "no idea you'll have to ask them" I doubt you will get an resonable answer if you do. Would you buy shares in such a bunch of second raters? maybe reminding them of that would get you just as far (that is nowhere) 3800
3800
22/11/2018
08:58
no idea you'll have to ask them
jon123
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