Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Stm Grp. LSE:STM London Ordinary Share IM00B1S9KY98 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 59.00p 57.00p 61.00p 59.00p 59.00p 59.00p 2,500 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 21.5 4.0 6.7 8.8 35.05

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/10/2018
14:14
depressing to make quick money after buying at a lower price yesterday when/since one didnt buy enough !! 😢😢😢
smithie6
12/10/2018
06:56
Daft day on the markets yesterday, presents buying opportunities...STM around 56p. Way oversold. Rich
lammylover
09/10/2018
07:16
Interesting acquisition. A bit about the court case here: hxxps://www.ftadviser.com/sipp/2018/05/30/carey-pensions-seeks-buyer-amid-legal-battle/
rcturner2
05/10/2018
16:39
Davros - I don't consider a drop from 70+p to 60.5p approx 15% as normal volatility as there has been good results announced recently and a positive update from ST. The price should still be about 70p when the results were announced If my portfolio waS not so unbalanced I would be doing a small top up @ 70p Lammylover I think you have made a shrewd purchase. I suspect it will take good news on QROPS consolidation project or other good news to get the price up to 80p on a 1- 2 year view
camerongd53
03/10/2018
23:14
Bought back in today on weakness at 58p. Seeing as these were 74p a week ago and tipped again by ST in Investors Chronicle, target 100p, it seems a bargain to me. Just need to wait till next update in January.....Rich
lammylover
02/10/2018
18:45
Normal volatility atm imo
davr0s
02/10/2018
10:58
Anybody got any ideas why the price is so weak and volatile since the results came out? Results were in line with my expectation and I see no reason why the future is not secure. How rosy the future is depends on how successful their acquisition of consolidating other QROPS. Am still nicely in profit on STM so still consider it a long term hold
camerongd53
13/9/2018
17:48
I have been a shareholder in this company for a couple of years and am sitting on a nice70% gain. STM has had a couple of major issues e.g. UK QROps legislation - hopefully the lost ptofit will be replaced by the sipps. The other issue was the governance issue in GIb was actually more concerning for me as it could be indicative of poor management. It appears that this has now been addressed and resolved. The recent half yearly report was satisfactory. - it shows STM profitable and stable on a continuing basis. The share price has been relatively static in the range 50p to 70p for the last 6 months. I see no reason for this to change unless there is the much hinted QROP cadmin Consolidation or corporate activity I estimate NAV Of 53 p per share so share buybacks may be on the agenda. On the other hand the boardmay want to keep the cash for Qrop consolidation. If the share price firms I may take some profits but will probably hold the remainder for the long term as there is still a good chance of a higher share price in the medium/long term.
camerongd53
07/8/2018
07:57
Holders of STM shares may well be interested in Octagonal (OCT), another small cap London financial services company that is lowly rated.
rcturner2
05/8/2018
21:16
What about the 13.5m debt? Doubt whether there will be any as any time soon. Doing well as the growing figures are good, but this really needs to break 10year high around the 75-80p mark else it could linger and probably drop
brad1
04/8/2018
13:08
Last one! I've tried to find competitor companies in order to compare earnings. The only one I've found is Curtis Banks. Who are the others? Curtis Banks looks to be on a PE ratio around 30. It looks like lowly rated STM would be earnings enhancing and reduce their earnings multiple. Any views on the prospects of a takeover?
teela brown
04/8/2018
13:02
What's the prospects of a special dividend ? In December 2017 there was cash and cash equivalents of £18.4m. I reckon that's around 31p per share. They would need to retain some cash for regulatory purposes but in the absence of an earnings enhancing deal there would appear to be adequate room to pay a special dividend of 10p costing around £6m and still have more than £12m cash.
teela brown
04/8/2018
12:57
Tipped again in Investors Chronicle during the week by Simon Thompson. He's raised his target to 90p from 70p. Basically he's stripped the cash from the market capitalisation to value the underlying working part of the company. He's used £18.4m as the cash figure from the March finals. I expect the cash level to have increased by the September interims.
teela brown
01/8/2018
19:24
Nice tick up today.
rcturner2
06/5/2018
16:35
most/all of the big shareholders since a fund mngr bought in around 30p are still invested....(noting that the MD sold about 10% of his stake about a year ago...nothing wrong with that (maybe money for a new house, new extension, new car, house for a child...(Not much point keeping all one's gains until one is 85 we pass away...) MD still has millions invested in STM and hence is highly motivated to drive STM forward, as he has proven he is doing since he became the MD.
smithie6
06/5/2018
16:30
"Its a statement of fact. Remember the CEO's bestie sold millions at sub 30p. Don't shoot messenger. Take note." well, selling millions at sub 30p turned out to have been a big loss maker !! (but lets note that these big fish are playing in more games than us PIs) (if that chunk of cash lets you expand your own private business in to say USA..which then goes like a rocket...then maybe he made the right choice for him ...or maybe he used the cash to take part in a fund raising and keep a controlling interest in a business which employees him and wife and 3 kids...and over 10 years he gets back all of that money via salary and still holds the investment... or maybe he had a big bill from a spread bet house due to a bet that went wrong or maybe a big tax bill to pay or risk losing his house we dont know)
smithie6
05/5/2018
03:45
Horndean has been on here trying to knock STM in the past - clearly a troll. Why would somebody with no interest in the company take time to talk it down? Fundamentals are rock solid, much more to come in the SP, nice dividend, finCapp tergetting 80p and Simon Thompson, IC, on board with 75p target. What’s not to like?
kingbarolo
04/5/2018
22:59
Your statement shows that even if someone is selling millions it might be detached from fundamentals... I am taking note of factual noise.
actofwill
04/5/2018
19:06
Its a statement of fact. Remember the CEO's bestie sold millions at sub 30p. Don't shoot messenger. Take note.
horndean eagle
04/5/2018
16:27
"Entire holding" of £24k... he could be buying a convertible now the weather is turning...
actofwill
04/5/2018
12:35
Director sells entire holding today. Not exactly a vote of confidence.
horndean eagle
27/4/2018
09:10
cash one would think they could hold the cash at the same place that lent STM the cash & just pay interest if the nett result is a debt (& nett amount would be cash & no debt & hence no % interest to pay) but that is so obvious I guess there must be reasons against it ; the regulatory money probably/definitely cant be held in that way since needs to be safeguarded/isolated. The bod are very clued up & yrs of experience & have a solid % of the co. so Im sure they are controlling it as best as possible. ( & there are surely/phps % penalties for paying off the loan too quickly)
smithie6
25/4/2018
16:12
Thanks smithie6, that makes sense
simso
25/4/2018
13:07
I try A good amount of cash has to be held for regulatory purposes 1 reqt. being I think 3 months of operating costs & I guess some as extra security for assets held for clients that is talked about in the accounts -- & having a cash pile is also useful for - looking at any acquisitions - attracting new clients ('this company holds millions as cash, so your 50,000€ will be save & if you want your cash/assets back very quickly, they could obviously do it'
smithie6
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