First time posting here, and looking for advice. Bought in at 340 and sold at 396 now kicking myself as thuis stock has continued to rise despite the FTSE declining 800 points. I cant bring myself to buy back in at a higher price than previously sold on the basis that I have lost profit but it feels like we are in a baby boom - maybe due to fifty shades of grey initially then couples keeping up with the jones and getting preggers. Stange instinct to buy on i know.
11 Feb '13
Mother and baby products retailer Mothercare confirmed that Chief Financial Officer Matt Smith, whose appointment was announced in November, will be joining the company at the end of March. Matt has spent ten years as Finance Director at Argos, part of Home Retail Group. Prior to that, he worked at KPMG in London and Sydney as a director in its Corporate Finance Department. Interim CFO Dominic Lavelle will be leaving the business in due course, Mothercare said. Chief Executive Simon Calver said: "His appointment adds significantly to the commercial and financial expertise of the company and is vital for the delivery of the Transformation and Growth plan." In January the baby and maternity retailer reported a decline in sales following poor performance at UK stores. In contrast, International sales rose strongly.
25 Jan '13
Mothercare (MTC) Director name: Mr Simon Calver Amount purchased: 18,310 @ 325.25p Value: £59,553
25 Jan '13
Mothercare Buy 24-Jan-13 £59,553.28 Simon Calver 18,310 @ 325.25p
18 Jan '13
Mothercare: UBS moves target price from 250p to 270p, while its sell recommendation remains unaltered.
17 Dec '12
Time to take profit?
Doubled and out Not trading/investment advice - DYOR
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