Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Wynnstay Group Plc LSE:WYN London Ordinary Share GB0034212331 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 450.00 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
440.00 460.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 431.40 6.98 27.73 16.2 91
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 450.00 GBX

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Wynnstay Daily Update: Wynnstay Group Plc is listed in the Food Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker WYN. The last closing price for Wynnstay was 450p.
Wynnstay Group Plc has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
The 1 year high share price is - while the 1 year low share price is currently -.
There are currently 20,137,949 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Wynnstay Group Plc is £90,620,770.50.
johnhemming: >In addition to the above WYN trades at almost parity to its book value. >Or, again of you deduct the net cash at about £12m UNDER. That confuses me coz I always thought that the book value included cash.
thorpematt: Brucie5 Your post describes the pattern for many of my best trades. (I won't describe my worst ones...there are too many). Given a choice I like good quality companies, occassionally you will find one at a very good discount. Often it's when the market sees the future of the company business model as having either questionable growth or worse still an entirely questionable marketplace (possible failure). WYN definitely fitted into the first of those, despite the quality of some of the historic metrics. It is not inapropriate the non-growth stocks should have lowly PERs, but when they do restructure or reposition themselves so as to add growth, it is also apropriate that the P/E ratio reflects this. Consequently what happens with these stock is that you get a compounding effect where the "E" in EPS goes up AND the applied multiple "R" does as well. The algebra dictates that GRG and HWDN were 2 in recent years, where similar things occured. Currently WYN is on a fPER of less about 14. But if we consider the cash position its less than 13. The FTSE all share (with all its highly indebted dross, trades now at 16.5 In addition to the above WYN trades at almost parity to its book value. Or, again of you deduct the net cash at about £12m UNDER. All of which is slighlty ridiculous when you think about it.
brucie5: This has been an amazing purchase for an income folio. I wasn't really looking for great capital gain, but it ticked so many screens on Stocko, that I reckoned the share price would just about look after itself. That was in August last year. It looks more like a growth/momentum stock now, and at a three year high.
1tx: WYN is an unusual company whackford.I have been a shareholder since circa 2004 from when it first listed on AIM & then it raised just £1.5m to cover listing costs in that to the best of my memory it has never gone to the market to raise additional capital.It has grown by reinvesting profits;divis have usually being covered 3 or 4 times;it has offered a dividend reinvestment facility and considerable amounts have been reinvested by shareholders over the years,interesting fact a large proportion of shares are owned by its customers (it was a farming coop for about 80 years ) and it has issued some shares I think in part payment for purchases.I think further growth will be funded in same way.
johnhemming: I read the list: Canadian General Investments CGI Vietnam Holding VNH Arix Bioscience ARIX Wynnstay Group WYN Springfield Properties SPR Anexo ANX San Leon Energy SLE Ramsdens Holdings RFX Duke Royalty DUKE Downing Strategic Micro-Cap Investment Trust DSM I hold two of these. DUKE is on my watch list, but I did not see it as that much of a bargain although it has an interesting different model. (much like San Leon in being different and a bit like VSL). I intend going through this list at some stage. I hold WYN and SLE. I am not sure WYN is that much of a bargain. I think SLE has more potential, but WYN has a lower risk element.
thorpematt: elsa There have been times in the recent past when WYN has traded on some much higher PERs. There are signs here that the marketplace for WYNs products is now entering a more certain phase wher higher investment and growth is likely. WYN itself is in the process of completing some changes which should yield better growth that it has seen in the last 5 years, writes a more positive narative about its own prospects. I always belive that high PERs are applicable for high growth stock. Conversely low ones for low growth is apropriate. Recently WYNs low PER was aproriate. Back in 2016 it peaked at 23 (ish). f PER is now 11 The FTSE PER sits at over 16. WYN is paying above 4% on its divi and unlike most listed stock has no debt. If it can return to sold growth then with its resilience, quality and yield it could easily warrant a PER in that is above the FTSE avereage. In 2017 this stock was worth over £6 a share and now even with Brexit done and dusted and all metrics around 25% higher, it's apparently worth >£4 Taking a look at the 3rd chart in our header here, there's a way to go here IMO.
chrisb1103: Ditto :) Steady as she goes - increased divi, share price ticking up. All +ve. Still big discount to NAV per share £4.92 - maybe someone will buy us out?
eezymunny: Broker update today based on 365p share price... Wynnstay trades on an attractive FY2021F PER of 10.8x, EV/EBITDA ratio of 4.4x, FCF yield of 6.3% and a dividend yield of 4.2% Dull as dish-water as I say...
thorpematt: My experience with dbay is that they like to buy in at under valued price point. They also will look for companies that have potential to do a little better than the current management is doing. By building a stake and taking an influential position with / on the BoD, or even making a bid and taking it private, they turn a business with potential into one that is fulfilling it. The recent growth in the share price, and dare I say it some upswing in growth in revenues, MAY be slightly contrary to the strategy for deployment of funds for dbay, therefore. (That's just a guess).
eezymunny: eggnbacon Dbay bought a big slug at an incredible bargain price when Investec were dumping in April 2019. I guess they'll see it as a great trade once exited and move on etc. Maybe feel there's not much they can add to WYN. Go and look through holdings over last 12 months.. I think it's worth more (4-500p) but each to his own etc...
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