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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Steppe Cement Ltd LSE:STCM London Ordinary Share MYA004433001 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.50 1.96% 26.00 25.00 27.00 26.00 25.50 25.50 332,295 11:00:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 64.4 8.4 3.2 7.8 57

Steppe Cement Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/12/2019
08:42
Merry Christmas to all STCM investors, who should by the look of things enjoy a Happy and prosperous New Year.
azalea
23/12/2019
08:35
How many available today ? A few buys gone through already .
jeanesy
20/12/2019
16:17
looks weak as ditch water on L2 but, that is masking online where now only 7,500 available to buy but, can sell bucket loads at over 34p
mattjos
20/12/2019
14:33
15,000 at 36p is max online to buy but, can sell heaps at over 34p
mattjos
19/12/2019
11:06
25k max online at full offer
mattjos
19/12/2019
09:41
it often takes time to get going .. all those sock-drawer shares are unearthed as the price rises an the stale investors sell out … relieved to get back their money after all this time but, they don't ask themselves why the price is rising. They mechanically sell and move on but, this is the tie to be buying from these type of investors, imo. Arguably to average up your holding as the stale long-term investors get out for evens.
mattjos
19/12/2019
09:39
All those long years of down, down, down, down .. then, a period of sideways .. before finally the chart creeps out to the right and escapes that persistent long term downtrend. This is when the chart so often starts to turn up as a consequence of the hard work and funding from the years previous. All that effort and finance starts to come good and there are now rewards for shareholders … this is when the shareholders finally get rewarded. Just as it is with STCM now
mattjos
19/12/2019
09:36
In Steppe's case, the long term chart is like this:
mattjos
19/12/2019
09:29
Leopold, I never touch new issues on AIM. The whole point of the AIM Market is to provide equity funding to junior companies. Business rarely ever go to plan & many new AIM companies either fail or the management get accustomed to the seeming never ending ability to keep raising money solely to pay their wages .. the intent to actually make a profit and reward shareholders dims and extinguishes as the management simply ride the AIM merry-go-round with their advisors. Better to watch and wait and try to detect companies on AIM who have got the necessary equity funding and have created/built a business that will survive and thrive into the future. This is why i like to use charts for such companies and try to find the point at which the long term downtrend is finally broken and the company & its equity spring upwards into profits, growth & dividends.
mattjos
19/12/2019
09:14
Great chart, Matt. Thanks.
king suarez
19/12/2019
08:10
Matt, I've noticed this pattern in a few stocks I hold. IPO, followed by a steep rise and a dramatic fall of 80-90%. Years of sitting at around that price, before climbing aggressively to new highs.Like you say, the rise often mirrors the fall.I'm not sure what lessons to take, apart from maybe avoiding newly listed companies
leopoldalcox
18/12/2019
22:13
This has carved out a great looking bowl over the last 10 years, with a 2009 low of 23p & an absolute 2016 low of 12.5p. Since 2016, it has started the upward part of the bowl and is now well over that 2009 low of 23p. It is often the case that the subsequent right hand side ascent, mirrors the left hand side descent …... 6 months prior to that 2009 low, STCM traded at £3.30/share. A precipitous descent. Steppe has a Stockopedia Rank of 99/100 - Super Stock status. Broker is forecasting 6c /share divi for the 2019 financial year: 6c / 1.31 = 4.58p/share At a current buy price of 34p that is damn near 13.5% Yield payable in 6 months time. This would still be a great buy at 64p (a 7.15% Yield) Keep getting your hands on them and stash them away in your ISA's and SIPP's, imo
mattjos
18/12/2019
12:43
10 week volume high today … hopefully clearing out this seller today
mattjos
18/12/2019
11:45
Nice buy just gone through
jeanesy
18/12/2019
11:07
Seems to be very sensitive to any buying today .
jeanesy
18/12/2019
10:49
Last 6 months of going sideways but, finally the market is realising this is far, far too cheap
mattjos
18/12/2019
10:42
Thanks for the link pecuniarum,,,,,,,,,market likes it too :-)
cheshire man
18/12/2019
10:34
Picked up what i could this morning but, online was so tight. Still do not understand why this is not 60p+
mattjos
18/12/2019
10:19
Thanks for the link pecuniarium copia :)
jeanesy
18/12/2019
10:17
Stock tight now, that 70k shifted.
celeritas
18/12/2019
10:16
my post seems to have caused a surge .. lol :)
jeanesy
18/12/2019
10:10
httPs://simplywall.st/stocks/gb/materials/aim-stcm/steppe-cement-shares/news/i-ran-a-stock-scan-for-earnings-growth-and-steppe-cement-lonstcm-passed-with-ease/
pecuniarum copia
18/12/2019
10:08
Link doesn't work misterdeb. Buys now at full ask 32p.
jeanesy
18/12/2019
10:01
hxxps://simplywall.st/stocks/gb/materials/aim-stcm/steppe-cement-shares/news/i-ran-a-stock-scan-for-earnings-growth-and-steppe-cement-lonstcm-passed-with-ease/ the reason why someone questioned the rise on 10 December
misterdeb
17/12/2019
14:00
It's simply unloved, back of the shelf. Plenty for sale at 32p if someone wants a chunk at a great price.
celeritas
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