Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: I come clean on the Panettone "gift" time for Tory Toff Lord Willetts to come clean too.
Corero Network Security – “revenue ahead of market expectations” but what about non-vanity metrics?...
Devastating Dossier: St James House – time for the finance director & Nomad Allenby to face reality, the company is BUST!
Mountfield – notes vaccines ‘bring hope’ for trading improvement, so why a 16%+ share price fall?...
Covid-19 has had a big impact on many companies and quite a number of them now look priced to pretty much completely fail and go bust.
In my estimations for all the love given to the utterances of Warren Buffett, investors would be even better served by mixing up the thoughts of the Sage of Omaha with the wit of Oscar Wilde. This is because reading today's regulatory news offering by building products company SIG (SHI), I was reminded of the latter's line that 'to lose one parent may be regarded as a misfortune; to lose both looks like carelessness'…
I last wrote about the 'leading European supplier of building materials' SIG (SHI) back in early July, observing that it was failing to cost-cut its way to growth due to the business being operationally/economically geared. Well the latter points are very obvious today with a trading update which notes a 'deterioration in trading conditions has accelerated over recent weeks, and political and macro-economic uncertainty has continued to increase'. Oh dear...but today's 22% share price fall has pushed the shares below 100 pence...
I think it was after some great storm which had ripped up a few thousand roofs that I first became aware of SIG plc (SHI), which describes itself as a 'leading European supplier of building materials'. A fund manager colleague of mine was all over it like a rash and I remember one old-hand responding at the time 'SIG is easy...you buy at one quid and sell when you have made a decent turn'. Looking at the company's share price chart over the last decade, this advice has been pretty spot on…
Hello share takers. Energy costs are in the news again, with the government’s latest ploy to cap charges for the less well off among us. It doesn’t quite seem the right time to invest in electricity suppliers, does it?
Shares in building products distributor SIG plc (SHI) are currently recovering approaching 11%, above 100p, on the back of a “Trading Update” announcement…
On the back of “Trading Update” and “Directorate Change” announcements, shares in building products distributor, SIG plc (SHI) are currently more than 20% lower, heading towards 90p. Uh-oh…
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