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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Strix Group LSE:KETL London Ordinary Share IM00BF0FMG91 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.20p -0.83% 144.00p 144.80p 146.00p 149.00p 145.40p 146.80p 75,831 16:35:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 91.3 25.4 13.0 11.1 273.60

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
10/1/2019
21:15
It is the good one
rahman07
30/12/2018
10:34
Obviously , the Sun Tel article is in the edition of 30/12/2018 ( not the 39th !!! Predictive texting ! )
mrnumpty
30/12/2018
10:30
Holders will be interested to learn that there is a half-page article in today's Sunday Telegraph ( Sunday 39/12/2018 , page 8 of theBusiness and Money section ) .its an interview with Dr John C Taylor , the founder of Strix . It's not an investment analysis , but recounts his business career . I'm not a holder of Strix , but it's tipped by Simon Thomson of the Investors' Chronicle . The article should be interesting for holders ( by the way - the Telegraph weirdly seems to think there are / were polar bears in Latvia ! ) . Good luck all .
mrnumpty
13/12/2018
11:06
Another legal victory in China to protect patents. These are important developments to sustain future sales and profits. RNS Number : 1662K Strix Group PLC 12 December 2018 Further Successful Patent and IP Protection Strix Group Plc (AIM: KETL), the AIM listed global leader in the design, manufacture and supply of kettle safety controls and other complementary water temperature management components, is pleased to provide an update on its intellectual property protection initiatives. Building on successes announced earlier in the year whereby Strix was able to both enforce its patent rights and, where they have expired, utilise other legal redress such as copyright to take legal action against those that seek to copy its products, Strix is pleased to report the following recent developments: https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/strix-group-KETL/share-news/Strix-Group-PLC-Further-Successful-Patent-and-IP-P/78868762
masurenguy
13/12/2018
09:38
Latest update on Strix's IP and safety control actions here: https://www.equitydevelopment.co.uk/edreader/?d=%3D%3DANxUjM
edmonda
11/12/2018
07:05
130p looks like a crucial support level, if that goes expect further falls.
rcturner2
09/12/2018
22:27
KETL doesn’t strike me as much different from a lot of other stocks that got hit by a change in market sentiment at the same time. Just compare the charts. All heading south in unison.
alter ego
09/12/2018
12:45
Hmmmmm, shall I stay or go? Down @28% at the moment, think it is a good niche business but seems to have been in the 'bad books' of recent times. It needs to get an over reaching investment case out to the market.....
bothdavis
21/11/2018
18:18
It relates back to the options granted after issue in 2017. Its in the admission document. It seems unlikely that this would be responsible for recent share price movement. Its certainly annoying and a drag but just assume all of the options have been exercised (which they can't be until 2020). You can then look at your valuation ratios on an adjusted, fully diluted basis. You can also divide the FCF and div by a wider share base to be conservative. We are still looking at a low p/e and high FCF and high div business.
jombaston
21/11/2018
13:11
We've debated it. You've made your point, voted with your feet and are no longer invested here. That's your prerogative. I've made my own value judgement too and I remain. That's my prerogative and that is what makes a market. Don't become a troll over it.
masurenguy
21/11/2018
09:48
Exactly. As Warren Buffet says, if this is not a cost what is it?
rcturner2
21/11/2018
09:46
It's all down to the share based award of £2.9m (if I remember rightly) - and therefore to the extent they continue with that. It's essentially director remuneration and investors should look at it in that vein.
trident5
21/11/2018
09:31
True in some cases but not in others. Too early to tell here and at this stage I am giving them the benefit of the doubt since everything else looks kosher. I like the management, the moat is good, the business is cash generative, debt is down, new product opportunities look promising and they appear sufficiently confident to make an increasing dividend commitment.
masurenguy
21/11/2018
09:07
yes, but lots of companies are also using it to bury all kinds of things in their results which they shouldn't be doing. There was quite an in-depth article in the IC about it recently. It is far safer to use the worst number available and be cynical about adjusted numbers.
rcturner2
21/11/2018
09:02
It's perfectly normal to exclude exceptional one-off costs in adjusted results. This only becomes an issue if it recurs every year and of course it is too soon to know in this case.. This comment might have spooked some investors but it is purely a short term v long term issue. "We are in the early stages of assessing our options regarding relocation of our manufacturing operations in China, with the current lease expiring in 2021. Both the construction of a new facility and rental/purchase of an existing facility are under consideration. We anticipate the total cost of the relocation to be in the region of c.GBP15 million, but will provide the market with further guidance in due course. We expect any funding requirements to be sourced from existing resources."
masurenguy
21/11/2018
08:43
Financial Review Adjusted results(1) Reported results H1 2018 H1 2017 Change H1 2018 H1 2017 Change GBPm GBPm %(2) GBPm GBPm %(2) -------- -------- ------- -------- ------- Revenue 42.9 42.2 +1.5% 42.9 42.2 +1.5% Gross profit 16.3 15.7 +3.3% 16.3 15.7 +3.5% Distribution costs (2.8) (3.2) +12.4% (2.8) (3.2) +12.4% Administrative costs (1.7) (1.5) -15.5% (4.1) (2.4) -69.9% Operating profit 11.9 11.2 +6.3% 9.6 10.3 -7.1% EBITDA 14.8 14.2 +4.3% 12.4 13.2 -6.2% Profit before tax 11.0 11.2 -1.9% 8.6 10.3 -16.1% Profit after tax 10.6 11.0 -3.5% 8.3 10.1 -18.1% Net cash generated from operating activities 15.2 15.4 -0.9% 15.2 15.4 -0.9%
rcturner2
21/11/2018
08:36
RCTurner2 - 139: PBT in H1 was down 20%. Where do you get that from? PBT was marginally down by 1.9% and PAT by 3.5% at the interims.
masurenguy
21/11/2018
08:35
You missed the bit where profit was down 20% in the interim results then?
rcturner2
21/11/2018
08:33
Yeah - since a solid set of interims the shareprice is off by nearly 25%. Business is also cash generative, debt is down and the yield is above 5%. Cannot see any logic for this decline and the daily trading volumes over the past 5 weeks have been below average. I think this is just a case of an irrational market and a few people selling out of a "boring" stock. I've added a couple of times in the low 140's and high 130's and am content just to collect the dividend until the valuation recovers.
masurenguy
19/11/2018
16:35
is there a light at the end of this tunnel?
alotto
15/10/2018
11:06
ok ADNATROB, care to tell us the source of your market share percentages, or is it a secret?
alter ego
15/10/2018
10:47
Not for me it hasn't, let's see what progress is made over the coming period.
adnatrob
12/10/2018
21:02
Well I think that clears that up quite nicely ?
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