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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
  12.00 2.69% 458.00 458.00 460.00 462.00 447.00 449.00 193,932 11:20:44
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 320.6 21.2 18.4 24.5 697

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02/7/2021
14:19
Ford just announced their EV sales doubled in June.
miti 1000
01/7/2021
17:10
Hong Kong was closed today for a public holiday so to all Hong Kong Chinese, wishing you a happy "special administrative region establishment day!" Lol. MrN, I'm a great believer in recognising the full potential of any given situation and then extracting optimal returns. I'm a 100% diehard Stockmarket Value Investor you know, "a good investment is a good speculation" since if a Company's shares are bought so very cheaply that the price can't go down then by the same token there must be good potential for price appreciation. I really believe that the vast majority of Investors are blissfully unaware of the huge technological impact of electric vehicles on Companies like Volex- this is the biggest ever revolution in the global automotive industry or how quickly the speed of that technological change will be adopted and exactly where we are on the growth curve-we're on a lift on the third floor of a 100 storey building and % rate of new electric vehicles sold each year will have a dramatic acceleration. To the 1 June Poster who made the valid point that the turnover of Volex's sales to EV manufacturers was some US $53.1mln, a modest £38mln so a relatively small part of Volex's overall business. However I firmly believe that you have to put that in the right context, that such sales increase 193% in the year to 4 April 2021 despite a Covid affected poor first quarter 2021 so even ignoring an accelerating market share growth in new EV, at the same rate sales will increase to US $155.58mln in the year to 4/4/2022, US $455mln in 2023, US $1,355mln in 2024 DYOR, AIMHO regards
rainmaker
01/7/2021
11:32
Ymaheru and rainmaker . I agree about churning of shares and selling too soon . I’ve done it in the past and generally lived to regret it , but I’ve learnt to be patient . Two of my shares suffered falls , with Kape drifting down to £ 1.50 last autumn , and then an IPO was announced ( enabling the big boys to buy cheap after PIs had panic sold ) . Fortunately I bore with the misery , and Kape is now £ 3.00 . More recently , Tremor suffered a mauling when it listed on the NYSE , but I felt that there had been no substantive change in the company , and the shares are now recovering . As the editor of Small Company Share Watch wrote in the latest edition , “ I have learnt four things : the biggest money is made in the sitting , not in the trading ; it is important not to force trades and try not to trade every day of the year ; I much prefer the story [ of companies held in the magazine’s Growth Portfolio 3 ] to unfold rather than churn ; be humble - you can be wrong on a single share ( like Patisserie Valerie [ the editor has the humility to acknowledge that this was a failure , but that was , I believe due to accounting fraud ] ) , so always have a spread of shares “ . Good luck all .
mrnumpty
01/7/2021
02:32
Hahahaha, humans are strange,they're too active for their own good and they equate taking action ie buying or selling as work and doing nothing equals not working?! Have to go just going to catch the HK opening. regards
rainmaker
01/7/2021
02:05
Yes, I get a lot of that from people who do less research. Tried to encourage a friend out of selling SDI for 98p at turn of year. It’s now over 200p 6 months later and going strong. He’s also sold Volex at 338p :(
ymaheru
01/7/2021
01:58
Thanks Ymaheru,I think that Investors are looking at a 10 fold increase in the share price and thinking it can't go any higher rather than studying the underlying performance of the Company and the growth prospects for its markets. regards
rainmaker
01/7/2021
01:51
Rainmaker, I totally agree. Nice post. It’s not just that they’re in that EV growth market, but they are also continually executing well in their older markets, increasing gross margins and making good acquisitions. Most similarly successful companies are trading at far higher ratios. I’ve seen two similar companies treble in last year after a period of below market ratios, so your bottom line is bang on. Buy and hold. At some point, you’ll be very much rewarded.
ymaheru
01/7/2021
01:43
Hi Sooty, that was definitely one of the reasons I bought into Volex slightly over 5 years ago. Investors overwhelmingly don't give the Rothschilds credit for having any business acumen when they have it in abundance.Against a background of a very low price to sales ratio, another was a shift in the Company's strategy to more value added complex electrical engineering projects where they could us their technical expertise to greater advantage. Its going to be very interesting to watch the share price over the coming years-I'm not going to speculate but that won't stop others doing so and allowing me to be richly rewarded from it.I'm convinced that the share price will go substantially higher. I've seen other Companies with s strong market leading position in easily identifiable and widely recognised huge growth markets go from an earnings multiple of just five times to 750 times in just two years. Of course Volex will enjoy strong growth in earnings but I believe the vast majority of returns will come from a substantial upward rerating, AIMHO, DYOR regards
rainmaker
30/6/2021
18:35
Copper price not really an issue as Volex prices fluctuate alongside copper prices. They are insulated against it. This pricing method has worked fine with customers for the last few years. Volex have expanded gross margins and profits. I see lots of upside for Volex after the strong results (even backing out tax benefit EPS grew almost 100%!!) and the upbeat guidance, and of course De-Ka acquisition only contributed for 6 weeks, so this FY should be very strong.
ymaheru
30/6/2021
18:08
thanks to all those answering my question with each comment offering a different slant- i love it!
ali47fish
30/6/2021
17:10
Price fall predicated on the re-assertion today that the copper price is going to continue northwards which will impinge on Volex's manufacturing costs
descartes244238
30/6/2021
13:19
Totally agree, Don't see the point being in and out the market pinching 10% etc. I'm going to hold for several years and make some really big bucks as the Electric cables market really takes off. If you can see the pathway all you need is patience.
igoe104
30/6/2021
13:14
Nothing to comment on. Typical noise from short term hot money moving around from some following someone who thinks they can outsmart the market. I ignore this kind of thing
davr0s
30/6/2021
12:45
i don't understand the comments on IHT and how this affect the company- no one commenting about the retrace of 5pc today?
ali47fish
30/6/2021
12:26
Times - No IHT on AIM shares provided they have been held for two years. You may wish to check with your tax adviser whether a Bed and ISA transaction means that the holding period ceases at the point of sale and recommences at the point of repurchase in the ISA.
contact2fsnetcouk
30/6/2021
12:10
No IHT on AIM stocks - if there's an attractive yield then that's got to be of interest to the elderly investor
timescrossword
28/6/2021
12:01
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davebowler
26/6/2021
20:26
According to your profile, you are a member since 2005 and have posted 201 times. Yet you say this is your first post.
inever
26/6/2021
19:12
Give your head a wobble.
deanowls
26/6/2021
16:54
I'm amazed anyone can think it was a fair question! If it was a fair question then you could query whether any stock could be a Polly Peck. To suggest that a company could possibly be a fraud you need to suggest something that might be an indicator - perhaps something in the accounts or may some untoward business connection or deal. None was provided in this case so the comment was quite frankly idiotic. I am happy to move on but some people need to learn not to write stupid things.
valhamos
26/6/2021
16:53
"First time i've commented on a share board and been criticised just for asking a question."Was it also the first time you first question was to compare a company to Polly Peck (the biggest fraud in recent British history)?Just want to know if that's your usual opening gambit or were we just blessed?
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