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Buy and build of scientific instrument businesses-focused Judges Scientific (JDG) has updated including “the board expects earnings per share for the full year ending 31 December 2018 to exceed current market expectations as increased in September”. Sounds promising…
I first cautioned on shares in buy-and-build scientific instrument group Judges Scientific (JDG) on this website at above 2200p in 2014 HERE, though also more recently at sub 1300p HERE. They have now risen back towards 1900p helped by a “Trading Update” announcement…
Half-year results from scientific instruments company Judges Scientific (JDG) include Chairman Alex Hambro “pleased to be able to report, for the eleventh consecutive year, record revenues and dividends”. The shares are currently more than 9% lower, at sub 1300p, in response. Hmmm…
Having warned in May that I considered shares in scientific instruments group, Judges Scientific (JDG) a bargepole at 1500p following an “AGM Statement” announcement, I now note them currently more than 12% lower today, at around 1300p, on the back of a “Trading Update” announcement. Hmmm…
Having first noted caution on this site on shares in scientific instruments company Judges Scientific (JDG) in early 2014 HERE, I see the shares currently 17.5% lower today, at 1500p, and an “AGM Statement”. Hmmm…
Having warned on this website over a year ago that I would be nervous holding shares in scientific instruments designer and manufacturer Judges (JDG) at a then more than 2200p and reiterated at 1550p a couple of months ago, the following updates with the shares currently having fallen below 1500p today on the back of results for a self-declared “disappointing” 2014 calendar year…
Scientific instruments designer and manufacturer, Judges Scientific (JDG) has updated on “a challenging year in 2014”, though noting order intake “recovered in the fourth quarter to a weekly level in line with the group's original target”. With the shares at a current 1550p well down on early 2014 highs of approaching 2400p but having recovered from sub 1100p October lows, what is the outlook from here?
Shares in scientific instruments designer and manufacturer, Judges Scientific (JDG) are currently down a further more than 15% today, at sub 1300p, on the back of the company’s results announcement for the first six months of the 2014 calendar year. The following updates my view after I warned back in January that a then more than 2200p share price looked to reflect much good news potential but leave little scope for any potential adverse turn in trading or sentiment.
From the start of this year until early last month, shares in scientific instruments designer and manufacturer Judges Scientific (JDG) traded at above 2000p and were approaching 2400p in February, March and April. Not tha the stock has fallen to towards 1300p, following a July warning that over the first half of 2014 “the trading performance of the group's businesses during the period proved challenging”, I revisit this stock and examine if there is now value in it.
Shares in West Sussex-headquartered scientific instruments designer and manufacturer Judges Scientific (JDG) have risen dramatically in recent years as the company has successfully executed a buy-and-build strategy. Having today exceeded 2200p after trading well below 100p in 2009 and sub 400p as recently as late 2011, is further growth by the company now more than discounted?
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