Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Stanley Gibbons Group Plc LSE:SGI London Ordinary Share GB0009628438 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 3.25 101,958 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
3.00 3.50 3.25 3.25 3.25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 13.18 2.51 -0.59 6
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:47:50 O 720 3.11 GBX

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Stanley Gibbons Daily Update: Stanley Gibbons Group Plc is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SGI. The last closing price for Stanley Gibbons was 3.25p.
Stanley Gibbons Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 3.25p and a 12 week average price of 3.05p.
The 1 year high share price is 4.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.50p.
There are currently 178,916,643 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 124,977 shares. The market capitalisation of Stanley Gibbons Group Plc is £5,814,790.90.
yump: I see what you mean now about assets. I suppose like all assets it would depend on the credibility behind the asset - as in belief, rather than intrinsic value. Do you happen to know whether the price of eg. rare stamps has been more stable than currencies or gold over say 3 decades. If BTC is very volatile, but the miners don't like the look of fiat currencies, then other assets might be attractive to store value. The risk might be something as simple as the stamp-collecting fraternity with money, just gradually dying and not being replaced by new collectors, as its not fashionable any more. I've not read anything about demographics, but its possible the writing is on the wall. I presume there have been endless debates about the longevity of stamps and coins as an asset as the stamp becomes less interesting to each new generation. "You've got a what ?" said my son in astonishment some time ago, when I said the attic contained a stamp collection.
jasdan: Interesting discussion on LSE about stamps and coins being used as a possible underlying investment to back Bitcoins and to link stamps and coins to Bitcoin. That would fire up the share price! Perhaps someone should discuss it with SG and see what is possible? Of course, any Bitcoin related scheme should not give any unlimited liability issues like the old investment guarantee scheme which became a noose around SG's neck. Still, if lessons have not been learnt from that debacle I'd be very surprised. That was a flawed model that perhaps can be drawn on and amended, with the liability implications amended so that SG is protected this time round?
gbjbaanb: The consequences of that is that SGI will simply have alot more Chinese focus to their sales (China seems unaffected by the economic impact of the virus, strange that :) I'm not even sure children build train sets anymore, virtual ones perhaps, but the physical models are more an adult thing - in the shed, by people with money to spend on models and suddenly time to waste on such hobbies.
superiorshares: Jasdan after all these years you are still going on. All this debt SGI owes phoenix . How much did they pay the bank for it ???.. Ten per cent of the total value max !
creme de menthe: The falling share price seems to suggest investors agree with my view.
creme de menthe: I expected the half year report to be bad and it was. The company was in breach of its covenants and managed to obtain a waiver from Phoenix. The company is also going to draw down another £2m, the last of its remaining facility. Sales were down in nearly all areas but particularly in Philatelic sales were I note only £100,000 of the £5m new stock on consignment was sold. I also see that SG is making much of an increase in its online sales. It hasn't put figures out on these but I can. They managed to increase online sales by £290,000. Not great when overall sales are £5m. Jasdan mentions good auctions. The SG auctions are truly awful imo. Look at Feldman or Corinphila or Grosvenor or Spinks. All of these produce great catalogues, Named collections and multi million dollar a year turnovers. SG auctions is a faded shadow of these. Investors have treated this share with the contempt it deserves and sold on News. I can see it falling back to the 2.5p level again. 2023 is a key year. Phoenix needs to be paid back £14.5m. I wonder if they extend the deadline.....
jasdan: Of course, the other big issue out there is that as we all saw, over the last couple of weeks a lot of buyers came in and pushed the price up from 2.75p to 4.25p at one stage. That is over a 50% increase. This move was sudden and not expected by some on here. I do not think it inconceivable that this will happen again in say February / March time as it becomes obvious that trading is starting to improve again and more especially if SG starts to then reduce its debt level. Reducing that debt level is key to their valuation next year, once that starts dropping we should see the market cap rising. No debt will simply make them a takeover target so I wonder what level Phoenix are happy to maintain? They may even insist on a certain debt level in due course, just to try to keep control.
jasdan: The results are no better or worse than expected. No point making out they are anything else. What is good is that their internet sales are up 35% and they are no longer increasing their borrowing or cutting the price of their inventory. Looks to me like they are now heading for warmer waters! If anything, this is the time to get in. Having said that, not much reaction from the market so far.
superiorshares: Sikh the tech . You will get no where in this world following the BBC. Unless you are a Tax Guzzler ? Finger on the pulse Jssdan.. That ex employee one still :-) If you went back on all my posts back probably 3 or more years . I have been correct you wrong :+) It will be interesting to see the results . I don't see anything setting the share price on fire ? I am following the general market as a guide . The Hornby commentator. Hornby has changed all of its pricing structure , they have ended discounting to the bigger customers , I believe
superiorshares: I am sticking to my opinion that SGI is worth no more than 5 million at present. This would give it a share price of about a penny. However as an illiquid struggling small cap. the ballooning virus problem, could send the share price fractional very quickly !
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