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
  -1.00p -0.27% 374.00p 360.00p 380.00p 380.00p 370.00p 370.00p 38,610 16:35:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 64.3 17.2 20.2 20.9 210.39

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22/2/2018
11:46
Doesn't look likely today. :0(
mrx001
22/2/2018
11:37
Gonna break 400p soon
its the oxman
20/2/2018
08:17
free stock charts from uk.advfn.com The chart set up is looking rather constructive, SOM seems to follow a fairly regular pattern of enjoying long periods of positive increases after a good time of consolidation. The last decent stage 2 advance started in March 2016 at 158p breakout and enjoyed a 113% advance to 337p in the next 12 months. Currently we broke out last month of the old 337p resistance after 10 months of consolidation and are now 11% higher at 375p, feels like the early stages of the next stage 2 period? Since the AGM in June 2017 when they advised the USA had been flat the news from the US which is 70% of revenue has become stronger in every update. First they reported in the trading update in July that June saw the highest trading levels during the year as weather improved and cancelled projects were being carried over to H2. Then with the release of the interims in September it was confirmed that the positive momentum in the US in June had continued into H2, then followed the January trading update that was again very positive about trading the US as well as Europe and ROW. SOM did say that the tax changes in the US was positive and expected to stimulate economic activity. Other regions were also very strong but the reason I have concentrated on the US is because still 70% of revenue is derived from there so any faster than expected growth there will have a significant effect of the full year results. I read plenty of press and financial commentary that the growth in the USA isn't sustainable or that it isn't real growth, but I have noticed that in nearly every UK company that has exposure to the US that their RNS updates are all rather positive about trading and outlook towards the US, so I have to conclude the growth is real and that SOM are in a very healthy position as we look forward to the full year results next month.
interceptor2
19/2/2018
23:00
I'm assuming the 75,000 share trade at 360p cleared an overhang today. New highs tomorrow hopefully.
rivaldo
19/2/2018
10:46
Looking good again here. Results will be on 14th March. With a booming US economy, huge potential in China and India and this outlook from January, there's every reason to believe SOM's upswing will continue for some time yet: "Outlook Following record results in 2017, the Board is confident in the Company's ability to deliver another year of profitable growth in 2018 as the underlying market conditions in our core markets remain positive and as the Board continues to see significant growth opportunities in our other territories. The Board's confidence is further supported by recently enacted pro-growth US corporate tax law changes which are expected to stimulate increased economic activity in the Company's largest market."
rivaldo
16/2/2018
08:02
Been some heavy volume over the last few days.
glaws2
13/2/2018
19:23
Bought a small amount today. First since my initial in 2014. I spoke to Rick Borst then (he is on linkedin) and he was so bullish about the company, I had to buy! Was my first purchase and was over-cautious!
macmuck
09/2/2018
14:45
Looks like some sizeable buyers out there - up today on more very healthy volumes, and has held up extremely well in the current markets.
rivaldo
29/1/2018
17:35
I'ts just worth mentioning in light of the big rise in the share price in recent weeks that the forward PE is still low. Although i admit to not having seen any updated broker estimates i suspect the PER is possibly only around 14.
cfro
29/1/2018
16:21
Very healthy volumes - 500,000 shares traded today, and nice and solid. Hopefully this is a platform for another upwards move soon.
rivaldo
23/1/2018
10:47
I note global growth looking good for 2018 2019 per the IMF, and JIm O'Neil saying the same thing.Bodes well for Somero
nfs
22/1/2018
07:42
Tipped in Shares Magazine - notes Finncap's increased 450p target and concludes "keep buying": Https://www.pressreader.com/uk/shares/20180118/281767039636899
rivaldo
21/1/2018
13:53
Adan - an understandable strategy, but given SOM's metrics (PE 13 for 27% EPS growth; ROCE ~50% and OM of 27%) I'd been interested to know what equities you are retaining.
glaws2
21/1/2018
10:22
The way to make proper money in equities is to find a great company, buy in and never sell.
smallcapinvestor1
20/1/2018
19:04
Hello Some good news for all SOM holders - I sold out last week, which probably means that its got a lot further to run! Reasons for selling were: - SOM are trading at their peak multiple, meaning that further multiple appreciation is less likely and share price growth needs to be driven by earnings - non-residential construction is forecast to grow by 3%-5% this year in the US, so SOM need to outgrow the market or benefit from operating leverage to get something exciting (say close to 10%) at the bottom line - from a personal perspective, I'm taking a more cautious approach through this year given that I believe we'll have a correction some time in 2018 or 2019 - so many indicators are flashing red and we've recently seen a capitulation of the bears, which often signals a market top (be fearful when others are gready etc). So am banking some profits (I bought into SOM at 143p) and will be gradually shifting some equities allocation into shortish dated (2-3 years) corporate bonds over this year and next. SOM is a great company, has a moat and is well managed; they don't rely on spin, just quietly go about delivering. I'd be very happy to buy in again, either after a meaningful pull-back, or after a market correction. Indeed, after the next recession, this is one which I'll be keeping an eye on given that the sector its in might mean it gets hammered and therefore offer great returns in the next upturn. I just dont see too much upside from here. Time will tell whether I'm right or wrong. All the best for holders, Adam
adamb1978
16/1/2018
12:19
SOM have been featured in a Tip Update in the IC - hopefully this will also be in Friday's print edition: Https://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/search/?q=somero "Tip Updates yesterday Somero upgrades expectations The concrete levelling specialist will beat expectations for 2017 revenues and cash profits....."
rivaldo
14/1/2018
15:03
It is also worth remembering that the rise immediately prior to the update only took us back to where the share price was in April and May 2017
3500sr
12/1/2018
11:40
Stepone68, the recent rise was due primarily to the passing of Trump's tax cuts and their beneficial effect on SOM - though optimism about the trading update was also natural given prior bullish outlooks. I hadn't realised Paul Scott was a SOM holder - he's commented as follows this morning: "Positive update from Somero Enterprises Inc (LON:SOM) today (disclosure: I have a long position)- a very nice, niche business, which makes the laser-guided machines used to lay perfectly flat concrete floors (very important for warehouses). Being based in USA, it should hopefully benefit from tax reductions. Paul. EDIT: I've just seen a broker note, upgrading 2017 EPS forecast by 7.7% to 29.5c, and 2018 by 7.0% to 36.8c. That translates into 21.8p and 27.2p, giving a 2017 PER (based on share price now of 360p) of 16.5 times, and a 2018 PER of 13.2. Conclusion - it still looks cheap, based on 2018 forecasts. Also note that it has a strong balance sheet, and reports net cash today of $18.5m. Positive outlook comments too. Very nice."
rivaldo
12/1/2018
09:55
Might get SOMe good press over the weekend. :)
thelongandtheshortandthetall
12/1/2018
09:20
Nice update and every chance of testing 400p now.
its the oxman
12/1/2018
08:57
From Finncap morning note 'accordingly we upgrade our eps forecasts by 7.7% and 7% respectively'. Gather referring to their 2017 and 2018 numbers.
alphabeta4
12/1/2018
08:40
Finncap have raised their target price to 450p (from 420p), so still plenty of upside: Http://investing.thisismoney.co.uk/broker-views/
rivaldo
12/1/2018
08:28
A lovely trading update, particularly pleased to hear that the US and Europe are continuing to perform strongly, but there were plenty of other positives in this statement. Bodes well for the new financial year.
interceptor2
12/1/2018
08:00
As always with these guys, performance ahead of expectations and their market communication is clear and concise and they've even bettered their usual communication by saying what they mean by 'market expectations'. EPS probably around the 25p market for the year just finished so a PE of say 14x and a turn or so lower excl cash. Given the increased cash buffer, I doubt we'll get another special divi til the end of this year however thats not really a problem All very good
adamb1978
12/1/2018
07:47
All in all a very good statement.
cfro
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