Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Victrex Plc LSE:VCT London Ordinary Share GB0009292243 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -24.00p -0.93% 2,552.00p 2,550.00p 2,552.00p 2,588.00p 2,542.00p 2,584.00p 229,953 16:35:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 290.2 111.0 116.4 21.9 2,191.52

Victrex Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/1/2018
13:33
Really? A positive change?
kohsam
18/1/2018
20:01
Interesting change of CFO in a few months.
losos
18/1/2018
15:22
Been a while since anyone posted. Looks like the fears were unfounded. Another good year for Victrex.
kohsam
17/12/2017
08:49
Only bought in in the last year and did so on a buy and forget type startegy. Appear well positioned for consistent long term growth and hence why I can live with the 20x-ish PE. Nice special dividend as well which demonstrates management's confidence in the future. This wont be something which doubles in a year but should deliver reliable growth
adamb1978
07/12/2017
09:32
Patience this has been a growing income generator for me over the 4 years I have owned the share. The recent dividends announced will take my income to 16.5% and unrealised capital gains of 49%. This is a well run company working to a plan which includes the occasional special dividend when cash allows. It has risen to currently being my second highest holding.
ugandalad
07/12/2017
08:56
Its not a penny stock that's why.
r ball
06/12/2017
20:50
Is no one interested in this company. I bought in at £14 in May '16. Still holding and am nearly 80% up .....then there are the dividends. Special divi announced this week. A good reason to be happy. I'll keep selectively buying the dips.
scobak
03/10/2017
13:17
took a position for the first time today woody
woodcutter
04/9/2017
07:13
Indeed. Nice 10% or so increase to earnings!!
adamb1978
04/9/2017
07:09
Let's hear it for HMRC ....
hawaly
19/8/2017
07:28
In January we were discussing the likelyhood of £20 being breeched and whether it would hold or slip back and revisit and revisit etc., August now and £20 looking more hardcore. Terrificly strong charts so if it is going to dip below £20 once again, I'm not expecting it to retrace within the remainder of this month. In fact the question now in August is slightly different: Is over the £20 line for keeps now?
velod
09/6/2017
16:34
Does this company do anything?
arf dysg
19/4/2017
20:59
Sheeit!!! In for it now :(
velod
19/4/2017
16:34
Chief exec. retiring and last time I looked had about 4% of shares in the company. Could be interesting times ahead.
jontyone
19/2/2017
21:27
Interesting article on iii by Beddard; seems they are moving up the value chain by making components (like Gooch and Housego) not just raw Peek and he is sceptical of the LTIP scheme and so am I; just wonder how it can be much more of an incentive to the chief exec for instance who already has a stake of c £57m at the present price.
mw8156
19/2/2017
16:21
when is VRS expected to make a profit??
qvg
17/2/2017
15:11
Anyone still monitoring this? Moneyweek tipping Victrix as a great long-term value play.Their development of PEEK may be further enhanced in future with the addition of graphene, if current discussions come to fruition.
shavian
09/2/2017
10:15
http://www.trimack.com/ Just in case anyone has the slightest interest here .
redips2
26/1/2017
21:49
Good post njb. You got into TW. a shade lower than me, there :)
velod
26/1/2017
17:54
I am not sure I agree with that, I have done rather nicely out of it over the years. The key things form my perspective is to be disciplined in buying good companies at favourable prices, being patient and having a long term investment perspective. If it were not for sentiment driven market mis-pricing, I would not have been able to pick up some of my best performing stocks. In the aftermath of the financial crash in 2006, I bought CKN at circa 450 - and held to around the £20 mark, when it became over valued (in my opinion at least). More recently, the Brexit vote hammered house builders, among others. Managed to add TW. at 130. I believe that this will increase in value over the coming years, while the attractive dividends all mount up. I also did nicely on RIO and RDSA - both well run dividend paying companies - when the resource sector was out of favour. There have also been plenty of duds, and some very slow burners, but over the years, the funds have kept growing and the dividends are almost enough to live on. It is though best played as a very long game
njb67
26/1/2017
17:27
Njb, From what I've seen in my own experience, I am rapidly coming to the conclusion that the more intelligent you are, the more unarguably accurate your logic, the less a place there is for such a person in stockmarket dealings.
velod
20/1/2017
15:37
velod yep, the good thing being that if the market always priced shares accurately, there would be a lot less money to be made. Finding good companies at attractive prices is what it is all about.
njb67
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