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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Volex Plc LSE:VLX London Ordinary Share GB0009390070 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  14.50 3.25% 460.50 460.00 461.50 462.00 447.00 449.00 241,699 13:02:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 320.6 21.2 18.4 24.7 701

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26/6/2021
14:53
I still think it was a fair question from TRCML. Not sure why we can’t move on. And, Asil Nadir owned 58% Poly Peck, so high management ownership is a parallel with PPI, unfortunately. I think free cash flow is the only indicator I can see that very much reassured me otherwise.
ymaheru
25/6/2021
13:20
Results have clearly been well received and investor meetings with co must have been reassuring for the share price to continue progressing. Hopefully , subject to wider market holding up, we can all agree chart Is looking very encouraging for a move beyond 400p now. GLA.
its the oxman
23/6/2021
19:20
I'm glad I only post on this thread. The other thread seems to be mainly for conspiracy theorists or loons. Originally held 40,000 shares at a average of 60p. Only sold three thousand. Happy to hold the rest until the story changes. Nat Rothschild holds 25% of the company and has been accumulating big time over the period I've held. Kinda tells me all I need to know. Good luck all Sooty.
sooty snipes
23/6/2021
16:30
First time i've commented on a share board and been criticised just for asking a question. As some of you kind enough to answer have pointed out there is no comparison.
trcml
23/6/2021
15:40
LOL, on this basis every listed company in London could be characterised as Polly Peck. We all know there is zero evidence of this.
shanklin
23/6/2021
15:06
We could start a crass action law suit against him. Lol
ymaheru
23/6/2021
14:56
I think people get too easily offended these days
deanowls
23/6/2021
14:54
I have to say it is indefensible to defend TRCML, he clearly tried to smear Volex with the Polly Peck brush and should really apologise to the board for his crass action.
red ninja
23/6/2021
14:40
I have to defend TRCML, as he/ she was just asking the Polly Peck question since VLX seems to be doing so well and is acquisitive. I don’t think you can knock someone for asking. Additionally, I think VLX is vastly undervalued. Companies like SDI and LUCE have risen towards full values. Both are manufacturers. Also, more established Judges group and Halma are close to conservative estimates for discounted present value if future cash flow. VLX has risen but is not close to it’s real value in my opinion. I think some larger investors are scared after poor results a few years back, before Nat Rothschild became CEO. If it trades under 300, I’d seriously flog the car to buy more shares.
ymaheru
23/6/2021
11:37
Polly Peck was only shown up as a fraud long after its share price had risen substantially. During which time there were trading profits galore. I don't think Volex is a fraud, but i reckon the share price currently is up with foreseeable future events. Plenty of good companies in my view (and experience) do not make good investments for buy and hold. I dabble in shares, have done regularly for >50 years, to use the profits from trading to buy things without having to dip into savings.
trcml
23/6/2021
11:25
Comment 1: "Another Polly Peck?" Comment 2: "....would buy in again at under £3.00" Polly Peck was fraud. Casting aspersions that VLX might be another in Comment 1 is not consistent with Comment 2 that you would buy under £3 as you would not want to buy a company at any price if your thinking in Comment 1 was serious. And if not serious why bother making it?
valhamos
23/6/2021
11:14
Polly Peck had a question mark after it! Moreover, why on earth if I had any evidence that might be of interest to the police would I want to present it to this board? I find the snag with trading statements is that the share price responds accordingly so that by the time the actual results are released the share price has run out of steam. Volex share price has rocketed this year and imv is now quite possibly ahead of itself so that any more growth in the near future is already priced in. Re-reading the results, I note a number of caveats indicating cautiousness in expecting too much going forwards. I sold my holding recently but would buy in again at under £3.00
trcml
21/6/2021
15:31
I got this Final Dividend announcement on 17th June: Ex-Dividend Date Thursday July 15 2021 Pay Date Friday August 06 2021 2.2p.
dougmachin
21/6/2021
15:21
Well TRCML, if you have any evidence that it's like Polly Peck then I presume you'll either present it here, or take it to the police. Put up or shut up.
nk104
21/6/2021
12:59
Hi TRCML, it’s not like Polly Peck as far as I can see. 1- VLX has decent free cash flow, almost as high as net income (profit after tax) 2- VLX often has zero net debt 3- VLX acquiring companies that are (apparently) doing well and very related to its core copper cable market. I can’t rule it out, but it doesn’t seem like numbers are all fabricated.
ymaheru
21/6/2021
10:46
Volex still looking good. Global economy inflation concerns.
red ninja
21/6/2021
10:22
Volex results too good to last. Another Polly Peck?
trcml
21/6/2021
10:10
Market worries about inflation, US market down Friday, Asian markets down today. Worries of rising interest rates in US and UK.
red ninja
21/6/2021
09:55
on the other hand it is still volatile even when the share price for copper is down - so what's the problem
ali47fish
21/6/2021
09:09
It's also entirely possible that their $65m target is achievable purely on current organic growth. EV sector likely to be the outlier here.
owenski
19/6/2021
22:22
Volex written up in latest Investors Chronicle as a 'buy'. They relay Panmure Gordon's belief that their $65m 2024 profit target is achievable with more acquisitions.
ijamlon
19/6/2021
01:29
Yeah, agreed. Volex doesn’t get the same interest as some other listed companies, but chucking out 80-155% EPS growth is pretty rare and makes Volex a stand out. I make them worth north of 800p using present value of future cash flow, so I’d hope they’ll be trading way into the 400’s by year end.m, if not 500p+. I’m calculating based on 28c profit after tax next year, which sounds realistic/ conservative given: 1- DeKa only featured fir 6 weeks in these results 2- electric vehicle revenue soaring 3- medical rebounding
ymaheru
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