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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Xp Power Limited LSE:XPP London Ordinary Share SG9999003735 ORD 1P (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  30.00 0.69% 4,350.00 4,340.00 4,360.00 4,380.00 4,310.00 4,310.00 16,797 16:35:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 199.9 24.0 107.0 40.7 854

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01/3/2018
17:49
"Our continued strong financial performance, strong cash flows and confidence in the Group's long-term prospects have enabled us to increase dividends consistently over a sustained period. The Board is recommending a final dividend of 29 pence per share for the fourth quarter of 2017. This dividend will be payable to members on the register on 16 March 2018 and will be paid on 20 April 2018. When combined with the interim dividends for the previous quarters, the total dividend for the year will be 78 pence per share (2016: 71 pence), an increase of 10%. The compound average growth rate of our dividend has been 15% over the last ten years, demonstrating the Board's commitment to our progressive dividend policy." How many companies have managed that!
johnroger
01/3/2018
15:24
XPP Operating Margin is 19.7%, DSCV is 3.42%. No contest IMO.
martinthebrave
01/3/2018
13:43
Thanks for the views on DSCV. It came up on a screen I ran last night and looked interesting.
villarich
01/3/2018
11:31
agree re the name change - all the trading names are as they were so no idea why they wanted to ditch ACAL name
felix99
01/3/2018
11:28
yep got some DSCV as well. Traded it in and out and recently just bought some back. XPP is just a buy and forget job really but don't expect any fireworks until/ if they say they are trading ahead or something. Nice divi in meantime
felix99
01/3/2018
11:16
Silly name change from Acal but DSCV is on the same path as XPP - started as a distributor and then expanded back the chain to take over manufacturers with similarly good financial consequences.
sharw
01/3/2018
10:19
Last two posts are spot on. Growth looking healthy. Let's see what happens to the share price over the next 3 months, rather than the last 3 hours.Slightly off topic but same industry. I'm having a look at DSCV. Anyone else on there too?
villarich
01/3/2018
09:44
What's not to like? 23% return on capital, 27% increase in eps, 19% revenue organic revenue growth in constant currency terms (29% on a reported basis) with North America accounting for 57% of total sales. Benefit of Comdel acquisition to come in 2018 together with strong order book (up 31% in constant currency). Muted reaction and recent share price weakness suggests perhaps some concern about a possible imminent downturn in the capital equipment and semiconductor markets. If so I think that is misplaced but what do I know.
valhamos
01/3/2018
09:33
Everything working to plan and a good solid growth performance. A trailing P/E of 21 looks like under-valuation currently given growth over 30%.
sogoesit
01/3/2018
08:19
I had hoped for a bigger jump back up this morning. Another good set of results from the XPP team and positive comment on current trading.
fozzie
28/2/2018
16:21
ADVFN current price is all over the place - it pays not to look at the percentage loss/gain. GLA for tomorrow....
hawaly
16/2/2018
17:17
yes and price has fallen back since report was out on day of RNS. Go figure that one. Still irrational markets is how one makes money I guess. Great stock to buy and tuck away imho. Quality mgt and all the investment in new products over the years with customers now coming in as customers launch all the products for sale using XPP components and are locked into them.
felix99
16/2/2018
14:33
Recent Edison note Tax changes support EPS upside XP Power should see a two-fold benefit from the change in the US corporate tax rate from 35% to 21% from 2018. First, it is likely to report a non-cash credit relating to the £5.2m deferred tax liability as at the end of FY17. This will be excluded from any adjusted profitability measures. Second, it should reduce the group’s effective tax rate from FY18 onwards. In addition, the company expects to receive a £1.3m refund of tax paid in Singapore relating to FY15 and FY16 (also to be excluded from adjusted profits). Overall, XP expects the group effective tax rate to reduce to a range of 15-17% from FY18. We currently forecast an effective rate of 25.5% on FY18 normalised PBT. We leave our forecasts unchanged pending FY17 results on 1 March but highlight that a reduction to an effective rate of 17% in FY18 would increase our normalised diluted EPS forecast by c 11%.
slopsjon2
06/2/2018
01:41
decent recovery intraday considering state of the market
tudes100
05/2/2018
15:39
I don't see it as a dip yet. To me, the froth has just blown off a peak. I'd wait for it to at least go below its 200-day moving average before even thinking about buying in this market. It may not do that, of course, but I want to at least see some kind of basing of the share price before buying.
investopia
05/2/2018
08:34
Share price moving into buy the dip territory.
valhamos
31/1/2018
16:27
"Surely it can't be worth buying with a long term view and then a potential sell all within the space of a few hours?"Is what you wrote. Therefore you're insinuating that I have changed my mind from seeing this as a long term hold, to a potential sell within hours.To justify this point you quote my posts from a number of months ago. So have I changed my mind within hours or months? I still maintain this is a long term hold - as long as the fundamentals and the reasons I bought the share are maintained. One of them is the price staying in an uptrend.
villarich
31/1/2018
16:03
Valhamos, Too -- meaning 'as well as possible effects from currency movements.' Here's my original post again so you can see it in context: "How much does the rising pound against the dollar affect XPP? Maybe there is a little bit of near-term over-valuation here too?"
investopia
31/1/2018
14:54
Villarich "You're trying to insinuate that I have recently bought in with a long term view and have suddenly 'within hours' have decided I want to sell." I haven't insinuated any such thing. I can easily read and indeed had read your posts here over the last few months before my comment. Nothing was taken out of context. Maybe you should read again what I wrote not read what you think I wrote! Merely pointing out that I do not understand what you are writing - it does not seem logical. In a number of posts in the last few months you have said it is a long term hold "I love this share. A true buy, hold, reinvest and reap stock." 2192 "This is a money machine. A very long term hold for me." 2198 You implied this again earlier today but then said it was a potential sell if the down trend kick in. Which can only mean it's a long term hold until your charts say otherwise.
valhamos
31/1/2018
14:54
investopia You seem reluctant to say what else the "too" refers to (otherwise it was superfluous) when you wrote "Maybe there is a little bit of near-term over-valuation here too?" But's that fine - life's too short I guess it was meant to be a "throw-away" comment but was possibly revealing as to how you approach XPP. Low forecast earnings growth has regularly been a feature here - have a look at the discussion on this thread 12 months ago. The 2017 forecast is up 18% on what it was 12 months ago.
valhamos
31/1/2018
14:12
Valhmos, Read post 2236 again. It explains why I didn't mean 'at some other place' and it explains what I did mean. By 'evidence' for overvaluation, I can see what you all can see -- a share price that has risen a lot and a share price that seems to be falling now. Meanwhile, the forward P/E rating sits in excess of 21 for anticipated earnings growth of around 7% for 2018. I don't know if that's a fair valuation for a company with a lot of cyclicality in its business model, but the market will pass its judgement without my opinion mattering. Regarding currency, I put it forward to be considered because I don't know. I don't follow XPP closely, but assumed many here would.
investopia
31/1/2018
14:12
You clearly like quoting other people's posts but select the parts you like to take out of context.By stating that I don't get the buy on dips approach doesn't mean I don't understand it. It means I don't follow it. I don't see the point. It's ok for me to not follow it.You then take only half of my next comment about putting this share on my watch list for a potential sell. You're trying to insinuate that I have recently bought in with a long term view and have suddenly 'within hours' have decided I want to sell. I think you're trying to look clever by trying to pick holes in what I am saying.My full post said that I had been invested for a while and am keeping an eye on the share price action in case a downtrend is established, so that I can protect the substantial profit I have made. I have no issues with this company but I have owned companies before where the share price has slid for no reason - particularly when the market as a whole starts to fall. Feel free to select which bits of this post you want to take out of context.
villarich
31/1/2018
13:52
investopia "But the 'here too' I used was designed to mean 'here as well...'" That was obviously what you meant (what else could it mean?), but I was highlighting how you had sneaked in an assumption that there was an over-valuation at some unspecified other place. In other words what over-valuation and what evidence do you have for saying that? But my main purpose was your comment about XPP. If you were suggesting it was overvalued and that the implied reason was the impact of currency then surely you did not need to ask the question "How much does the rising pound against the dollar affect XPP?" Rather than asking for information it sounds like you have already made your mind up.
valhamos
31/1/2018
13:28
Looking at that chart, I reckon XPP could easily revisit the 2500 area, especially if the US kicks off a meaningful correction. Looking at the parabolic charts for the DOW and S&P 500, that scenario seems likely to me. Maybe a great opportunity to load up with XPP if that happens?
investopia
31/1/2018
13:18
Valhamos, You quoted me here: "Maybe there is a little bit of near-term over-valuation here too?" Then said: "You clearly think there is over-valuation somewhere else (implied by "here too"), but why do you think that might be the case for XPP?" But the 'here too' I used was designed to mean 'here as well...' - and this is the implied bit - '...as possible currency effects affecting XPP's share price.' Rgds,
investopia
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