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SPX Spirax-sarco Engineering Plc

184.00 (1.99%)
06 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Spirax-sarco Engineering Plc SPX London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
184.00 1.99% 9,446.00 16:35:20
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
9,202.00 9,196.00 9,480.00 9,446.00 9,262.00
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Posted at 19/10/2023 08:46 by adrunkenmarcus
SPX has derated so the p/e is less than when I bought in 2015. The underlying business is strong, though, and my total return still beat a world tracker last time I checked recently.
Posted at 10/3/2022 16:50 by adrunkenmarcus
I have about 9% of my dividend growth portfolio and about 15% of my SIPP in Spirax. Highly exposed but well worth it!
Posted at 10/3/2022 10:30 by adrunkenmarcus
The results were very strong and the dividend cover is at the top end of the range despite a 15% increase! If only all my holdings were like Spirax.
Posted at 31/7/2021 13:44 by adrunkenmarcus
I think they did a share split in the early 1990s or maybe it was a consolidation. Like you, I wondered if one was coming up - they could do a 100-for-1 and I'd have a very impressive number of shares. ;-) £1.50 would hardly be a penny stock, so why not?

Spirax has grown to 14.6% of my pension and 10.6% of my dividend growth portfolio, simply by compounding around 30% p.a. since purchase in 2015! And my divided yield on book cost is quite decent indeed due to over 11% p.a. dividend growth.
Posted at 31/7/2021 13:21 by mach100
Glad I have held from various purchases from £89 to £73 to even a top up buy at £141 last week. I would have been steaming if I had sold. According to Shares Mag it only serves 12% of its addressable market. I wonder if they will do a share split? I quite like the idea though of holding shares which are £200 a pop. A price we will easily see af this rate of progress. Pity the divi for me anyway doesn;t garner enough to buy even a single share when reinvested.
Posted at 22/3/2021 10:29 by energeticbacker
SPX delivered exceptional results in 2020, despite considerable challenges in its markets. Its ongoing success is testament to a robust operating model and a constant focus on improvement and innovation, with some small high margin acquisitions also helping to keep it ahead of the competition.

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Posted at 12/3/2021 19:07 by apad
A couple of points on the article.

It is presented as an individual PE story over the last 5 years.
This PE story is not particular to SPX. The likes of SPX are particularly attractive to US ETFs. A comparison with HLMA tells a similar story. The pound has been weak over tthose years.

Watson-Marlow is commented on in terms of current revenue and growth. In reality WM is the jewel in SPX's crown, for a number of reasons. Back in the day it was almost an accidental acquisition.

Posted at 10/3/2021 09:42 by mach100
Excellent results. Divi hike is always good news. Justifying its lofty valuation. Going to average up now as I share the company's confidence in the outlook. The restructuring is going well in Chromalux.
Posted at 15/2/2021 22:32 by adrunkenmarcus
SPX is a rare and valuable company. I simply look at its dividend payments which are increased significantly each year and paid like clockwork. Looking at SPX's dividends, you'd never guess there was a global pandemic or that the UK economy had arguably had its worst year since 1709.
Posted at 18/11/2020 18:58 by mach100
Hard to know where to stand on SPX. Ok we had sell on news brigade today and the slowing IP growth is always a concern. That said any falls recently have dissipitated like steam in a shower room after a very brief drop. On track expectations is pretty good in Covid times and I feel there is a lot of funds who like having SPX in its holdings. Will hold on until there is a clearer direction of travel. I might sell some at £110 and see where it heads from there if it falls to that price.

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