Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
SRT Marine Systems LSE:SRT London Ordinary Share GB00B0M8KM36 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.25p +3.27% 39.50p 38.00p 41.00p 39.50p 38.25p 38.25p 141,916 10:17:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 11.0 1.2 1.1 34.6 50.44

SRT Marine Sys Share Discussion Threads

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24/11/2017
12:06
Increasing tension in the Middle East. These Countries need to know what is going on in their territorial waters. Tomorrow may be too late.
countryman5
24/11/2017
10:57
It doesn't seem to want to go down.£50m market cap.Prospects ahead of multiple projects giving rise to sustained and substantial revenue growth at high margins, recurring revenue from satellite income a few years out and no need for dilution due to flexible loan facility. Sounds good. Or further project delays, revenues barely cover costs, no real growth over the last five years, donkey and carrot style of forecasting. Take your pick. Market seems to be saying the first option and the market is generally right. Contracts must be close?
astralvision
24/11/2017
10:55
The knocking seems to have stopped. Must have bought in.
yump
23/11/2017
17:08
2 x £4mln ? If only it were that simple ;-)
yump
23/11/2017
15:58
I stand corrected then, must listen more closely next time! Thanks for the feed-back.
astralvision
23/11/2017
15:53
He did say two.
effortless cool
23/11/2017
13:58
didn't ST say in the Paul Scott interview that there were two projects in ME? I assume KSA and Bahrain. Equipment has been supplied to Saudi so doesn't that make it active?
alter ego
23/11/2017
13:56
They only have one project from the Middle East active, as far as I am aware. That is active as in running, not active as in doing pre contract work.
astralvision
23/11/2017
12:24
Not sure but they still have projects on the go.
yump
23/11/2017
10:06
Yes, but is that a milestone on an existing contract or a new still to be signed contract? But I accept the milestone payments can be substantial.
astralvision
23/11/2017
10:02
In that interview there was a comment that one milestone could deliver a big lump of revenue in one go and that's just the way things are. Perhaps that's a hint as to why he's confident.
yump
23/11/2017
09:57
Good interview with ST as per countryman's post link http://qualitysmallcaps.co.uk/ceo-or-fd-interviews/srt-marine-systems-srt-ceo-interview-20-nov-2017/ Even Paul Scott, who understandably is sceptical of SRT's promised performance, seems almost won over by ST's persuasive charm and straight answers to those tricky questions. The second half forecasts of some £12.1m strikes me as a massive ask, given the inherent uncertainty regarding contracts in the business model. But perhaps SRT only need one or two of those elusive contracts to come in and with four 'near term', is that the source of the confidence? Only just over 4 months to find out. Should be interesting if nothing else. Meanwhile share price keeps inching up, perhaps a sign that someone somewhere knows something?
astralvision
21/11/2017
22:14
I see that in the interests of 'balanced argument' the doomsters are posting on the closed old thread. Must be a mistake surely, from such clever chappies ;-) Pull the other one.
yump
21/11/2017
21:17
Further reductions in price of old class A with a further 50% off to sub £600? hTTps://em-trak.com/inland-waterways-offer This is in addition to the 25%-34% reductions to old and new class A and new class B made earlier this year. DJ Trading 24 Mar '17 - 10:30 - 9338 of 9351 0 0 Edit Significant price reductions at Em-Trak recently Nov 16 compared to Mar 17 prices for class A and new class B Old Class A 19/11/16...24/3/17 £1339 ....£1175 $1949.....$1469 -25% New Class A 19/11/16...24/3/17 £3000 ....£2099 $3999.....$2624 -34% New Class B SOTDMA 19/11/16...24/3/17 £1425 ....£1049 $1899.....$1312 -31% dyor - Prices as at 19/11/16 from archive hTTp://web.archive.org/web/20161119152720/hTTps://em-trak.com/ If link doesn't work try here and fill in URL hTTp://archive.org/web/ Current prices hTTps://em-trak.com/
dj trading
21/11/2017
09:24
If there are £60mln of contracts delivered over the next 3 years, then the eps will drive the share price to multiples of where it is now. All you have to do is put a few eps figures and ratings in, on a growing profit to see what sp's can reach once they get going. If anyone doesn't believe that contracts will never appear in multiple, then selling now is probably the best option, especially if 'if' is bouncing around in your head. The worst possible case for a portfolio is when a share which could deliver you large capital growth, is taken over. Because that is one of the ones you're relying on to compensate for the other losses and also-rans.
yump
21/11/2017
09:18
C5: T/O >70p - for.
cliffpeat
21/11/2017
07:11
Do you buy shares now (very few being traded) or wait for the contract news? PS. How will you vote on the takeover?
countryman5
20/11/2017
23:05
Countryman5, Thank you for the link and much more informative than the webcast. News from Malaysia Gov't to make AIS installation on Class B fishing trawlers compulsory http://tinyurl.com/yawhteej
piedro
20/11/2017
23:05
Link spoiled by advfn who replace http with hxxp. If you post a link, putting hTTp at the beginning overcomes the spoiling tactic. Interesting discussion. ST very confident, says several projects in contract discussion stage now.
alter ego
20/11/2017
21:49
Paul Scott interview with Simon Tucker. Some Countries mentioned. hxxp://qualitysmallcaps.co.uk/ceo-or-fd-interviews/srt-marine-systems-srt-ceo-interview-20-nov-2017/
countryman5
19/11/2017
19:33
EF Fair enough. Curious about how you order your priorities for investment...
yump
18/11/2017
19:20
Meanwhile, if you need any persuasion that the Emtrak sales people are doing their bit - Check out Marinetraffic.com (scroll down to AIS E-SHOP)
goodapple
18/11/2017
17:54
You did make yourself clear, I just think that you are totally wrong.
effortless cool
18/11/2017
17:50
Perhaps I didn't make myself clear enough. If someone is worrying about working capital and cash, then they clearly don't trust management to manage the basics, in which case the rest of the investment case matters not a hoot and its a massive sell. I assume certain 'givens' in my investments and one of them is that management have the capability to manage working capital and cash, operate sound H&S practices, operate within employment law etc. etc.
yump
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