Hello, Share Snafflers. Most of us are wary about coronavirus plays these days. Not least because Uncle Tom has panned them. But my suggestion for your further research today is a different slant on the subject. It’s Symphony Environmental Technologies (SYM), a company which makes modern packaging. The company has received brill results for trials of a component, which it's almost certain kills bovine coronavirus...
I had a great chat with Michael Laurier of Symphony Environmental (SYM) about how when we first met the shares were 2p and I had faith in him then. They are now well over 20p. Michael gets a lot of stick but for delivering 1000% gains - albeit over 12 or 13 years - he deserves some credit. Presenting the Symphony case at UK Investor Show was FD Ian Bristow. Enjoy.
Symphony Environmental Technologies (SYM) was a 6.75p offer price share tip – and the shares rose to 11.5p on the back of a first half of 2017 results announcement, though have currently slipped back to 10.5p…
We are now way ahead on this share tip which was at a 6.75p offer. The shares are now 15.25p-16p on the back of a very bullish trading statement. But before you think about taking profits on Symphony Environmental (SYM) remember that the market cap is still just £23.6 million.
Shares in Symphony Environmental (SYM) were a 6.75p offer price, September 2013, addition to the Penny Shares portfolio of our Nifty Fifty website. We recently updated with them heading towards doubling…
In this video from the storming success that was the 2017 UK Investor Show, Ian Bristow, Finance Director of Symphony Environmental Technologies (SYM), is at the podium. And make sure that you keep April 21 2018 free for next year's UK Investor Show.
Symphony Environmental Technologies (SYM) has announced results for the 2016 calendar year and that “we expect to build on the positive momentum and are optimistic for a successful year ahead”.
Symphony Environmental (SYM) has updated that 2016 performance was ahead of expectations and announced the launch and UK listing in Wilko stores of d2p antimicrobial household gloves…
Symphony Environmental Technologies (SYM) has announced results for the first half of 2016 and that “we look forward to the future with increased confidence”.
I have faith in this company although I know that many do not. It needs to start delivering but I believe it will and that makes its shares cheap. The video below is of Symphony Environmental (SYM) FD Ian Bristow presenting at UK Investor Show.
Symphony Environmental Technologies (SYM) has announced results for a 2015 year in which“revenues remained disappointingly static”, but that it “has sufficient working capital to execute its strategy and… as an operationally geared business, now running with a significantly lower cost base, the board looks forward to a financially more successful year in 2016”.
Symphony Environmental Technologies (SYM) has announced results for the first half of 2015 and that “with a growing pipeline of customer-led development projects together with a global need to resolve plastic pollution and everyday contamination from bacteria, infestation etc., the group is well placed to benefit although, and as previously reported, we remain cautious with the timing of revenue growth”
Symphony Environmental Technologies (SYM) has announced disappointing results for the 2014 calendar year, but that “our expectations for 2015 and beyond are to deliver positive and meaningful growth”.
I have tipped shares in Symphony (SYM) on the Nifty Fifty and enjoyed this ShareProphets seminar presentation. Once again a good few jokes and a solid showing by the company and its FD Ian Bristow. The video is below.
Symphony Environmental Technologies (SYM) has announced it has raised £1.28 million from issuing new shares at 10p, a more than 20% PREMIUM to the prior share price and, conditional on 19th December General Meeting approval, the raising of a further £0.295 million at the same share price and a possible further more than £1 million – the latter at a more than 80% premium to the 8.25p closing mid-price of the shares before the transaction was announced. This good share tip is looking even better!
Symphony Environmental Technologies (SYM) has announced EBIT of £0.41 million, up from £0.21 million, for its core business in the first half of its current year to end 2014 and that it is “excited by the opportunities and markets that have been opened so far, and anticipate second half performance to at least match that of the first half with many opportunities expected to come to fruition during 2015”.
AIM listed Symphony Environmental Technologies (SYM) has not covered itself in glory over the years in terms of revenue and earnings visibility. Its d2W and d2p compounds seem exciting but one year sales are up and a big breakthrough is promised the next year they fall and dreams turn to dust. But a trading statement last week was great and the shares are our share tip of the week at 11p. Here’s why.
Symphony Environmental Technologies (LSE:SYM) has issued a trading statement updating we loyal followers that “revenues are expected to be approximately £3.3 million for the first half with administrative expenses significantly reduced following the cost reductions undertaken during 2013” and on various business progress made. We are well ahead on this share tip but there is more to come…
Steve Moore and I tipped this stock at a 6.75p offer price in September. The shares are now 9.25p to sell so on an offer to bid basis ( we don't need to fudge our stats) we are well ahead. But there is more to come. A good share tip will get better still! And we have another great share tip coming out on Monday HERE.
Direct from the Queen Elizabeth Conference Centre a video featuring a UK Investor Show 2014 presentation by Michael Laurier of Symphony Environmental (SYM)
Symphony Environmental Technologies (SYM) has announced a £778,000 pre-tax loss for the 2013 calendar year but believes that 2014 will show a strengthened performance and is confident in outlook. We are marginally up on this share tip but today the shares look very cheap.
AIM listed Symphony Environmental (SYM) this morning released full year 2013 results. The numbers were adequate but the statement was bullish. That has prompted its house broker Cantor Fitzgerald to urge investors to buy the shares (no shock) but a 17p target for a 6.75p stock looks interesting.
At a current 9.125p, shares in advanced plastics and recycling technologies company Symphony Environmental (SYM) trade at levels seen only recently since March 2012. The following updates with the shares already well ahead since being added to the Nifty Fifty ‘Penny Shares’ portfolio at a 6.75p offer price in September and written on HERE later that month…
I tipped Symphony Environmental (SYM) on my Nifty Fifty website last week at a 6.75p offer price. The shares are now 6.75p-7.25p so we are all square. But even at a 7.25p offer, valuing Symphony at c£9 million) the stock is cheap.
Shares in AIM-listed specialist in advanced plastics technologies, Symphony Environmental (SYM) currently trade approaching 36% higher today on the back of an announcement of a five year supply and marketing agreement with a division (Janssen Pharmaceutica) of pharmaceutical and healthcare major Johnson & Johnson. The agreement is for a product which can be put into plastic products at the manufacturing stage to provide better protection against bacteria, fungi, moulds, mildew and algae. This is great news.
I met up with Symphony (SYM) boss Michael Laurier the other day after what has been a hard year for us both. I admit that this is one that I have called wrong before. A couple of profits warnings do not leave me looking that smart. However the tide may be turning. This is a very interesting recovery play. The most recent trading statement gives real hope.
AIM-listed advanced plastics technologies specialist Symphony Environmental Technologies (SYM) has announced “the start of 2013 has been very encouraging, and I am pleased to report that revenues for the first four months of this year have already exceeded revenues reported for the first half of 2012… we look forward to the year ahead with growing confidence”.
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