Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Bidstack shame for Justin the Clown as the coward stays silent & Ted Baker Told y'all
Hello Share Munchers. We British are leaders in making advanced scientific tools and equipment used all over the world. Heading the charge is FTSE 250 company Oxford Instruments (OXIG). It researches and makes zillions of sophisticated scientific thingies, like X-ray components, microscope bits and healthcare products. And don’t think microscopes haven't moved on since we used them at school. They can now be incredibly powerful and complex. The company is, for example, providing ways to deal with atoms and molecules...
With its shares at 1528p, I previously concluded on designer and supplier of high-technology tools and systems, Oxford Instruments (OXIG) that there looked precious little margin-of-safety and that risk/reward looked unfavourable to the long tack investor – see HERE. Following also more recent warnings from Zak Mir (see HERE and HERE), I now update with the shares at sub 650p following an “AGM Statement” earlier this week…
One of the secrets of getting technical analysis correct, is to let the obvious setups do the heavy lifting for you. In the case of Oxford Instruments (OXIG) in May the stock just overlapped the top of a large gap to the downside delivered in January.
It is obvious as far as the recent daily chart configuration at Oxford Instruments (OXIG) that we have been looking at a rather wild ride, with the main event here being the massive gap to the downside delivered in January.
Oxford Instruments (OXIG), which designs, supplies and supports high-technology tools and systems for industry and research, has updated that “we are expecting performance for the year to be broadly in-line with the prior year”. The following reviews with the update presently sufficient to have nudged the shares higher to 1528p.
After “several months spent carefully evaluating our strategic alternatives”, the board of Andor Technology (AND) is now recommending the 525p per share offer from Oxford Instruments (OXIG), believing that it “represents the best possible means of maximising shareholder value in the short to medium term”. The following reviews the prospective deal.
Amongst its possible offer for Andor Technology, the results from Oxford Instruments (OXIG) for its six months ended 30th September 2013 seem to have been somewhat overlooked. The following reviews the announced interims.
Shares in provider of high-technology tools and systems for industry and research, Oxford Instruments (OXIG) currently trade more than 7% lower on the day at 1400p following an AGM update that “slowness in R&D markets in the Western economies means that the year is likely to be more second half weighted than has been seen in recent periods”...
In my previous analysis of Oxford Instruments (OXIG), the first technology business to be spun out from Oxford University over fifty years ago and now a FTSE-250 business designing, supplying and supporting high-technology tools and systems for the research and industrial sectors, I noted that the company had some cyclical exposure (particularly through its ‘industrial products’ business) and that the rating looked to leave precious little room for any disappointment. That was in April when the shares were trading at 1600p...
I previously commented on Oxford Instruments (OXIG), the first technology business to be spun out from Oxford University over fifty years ago and now a FTSE 250 business designing, supplying and supporting high-technology tools and systems for the research and industrial sectors, following a trading update in February. I concluded that the outlook appeared attractive but that with the shares at 1,726p – capitalising the company at £982 million – it looked better to wait for a lower entry point. Following another trading statement today, the following updates…
Oxford Instruments (OXIG), a provider of high technology tools and systems for industry and research, was the first technology business to be spun out from Oxford University and is now a FTSE 250 constituent. It has become so as it has successfully innovated to become a leading provider of new generation tools and systems, with the shares having risen from little more than 100p in March 2009 to currently trade at 1,726p – capitalising the company at £982 million. Following a trading update earlier this month, the following reviews whether there remains value on offer here…
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