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Member Since: Tue, 17th Nov 2009

Number of Share Chat Posts (all time): 23
Number of Share Chat Posts (last 30 days): 0

Last Posted: 20 Oct '15



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20 Oct '15

How do I report Liberium Capital to the Financial Services Authority?
15 May '15

How will the change of Government affect the Green Deal energy solutions so dear to Lib Dem hearts and will this lead to a revival of the traditional insulation solutions and SPGH.
19 Mar '15

We have lift off!
There was no reason why SGC was stuck at such a low price. Eventually the normal rules of range trading had to kick in.
12 Mar '15

http://www.fool.co.uk/investing/2015/03/03/should-you-buy-these-5-mid-caps-pace-plc-laird-plc-stagecoach-group-plc-tullett-prebon-plc-and-travis-perkins-plc/

Stagecoach

Today’s results from transport company, Stagecoach (LSE: SGC), were robust, showed that it is delivering upbeat growth in its top-line and that, most importantly, it is on-track to meet its full-year guidance. And, looking ahead, it could prove to be a surprisingly strong performer, with Stagecoach having impressive growth prospects forecast for the next couple of years.

For example, it is expected to increase profit by 20% in the current year, followed by a rise of 12% next year. This growth rate puts Stagecoach on a price to earnings growth (PEG) ratio of just 0.8, which indicates that its shares could perform well over the medium to long term.
20 Feb '15

So I was right about the reason, and pretty petty it turned out to be. I think the Competition and Markets Authority were at it!

http://www.lse.co.uk/AllNews.asp?code=kryyk136&headline=UPDATE_Regulator_Mulls_Stagecoach_Undertakings_On_East_Coast_Rail_Franchise

Now we should see a decent rise.
19 Feb '15

Anybody have any idea what is going on here? This is from the Winston View, but there is no explanation why the price is so low.
"Shares of Stagecoach Group PLC (LON:SGC) ended negative in the recent trading session as the selling pressure continued unabated. The shares faced an erosion of 1.69% or 5.8 points in their value. The opening price was 344.6 and wide vicissitudes forced the price to the extreme levels of 347.33 and 337.1 respectively. However, according to the closing data, the last trade was called at 337.3 while the number of shares traded touched 928,400. The previous close of the price is recorded as 343.1. The counter has a 52-week high of 416.9 and the share price has a yearly low of 332.8."
11 Feb '15

I suppose I am guilty for starting the pants on hedging of fuel prices, but let's get this straight now.
Hedging is a mechanism to offset rising fuel prices, not falling ones. Whenever have falling fuel prices adversely affected the share price of a business like this when fares are set.
The price drop is likely to be due to the general retrace and the excuse this time is the investigation into the joint bid. This is the lowest price for over a year.
26 Jan '15

Agree there is a link, but we reached a new annual low on Friday and with no other justification for this, there is bound to be a disconnection and change of trend. Consensus of buy with target of £4.18 from brokers.
19 Jan '15

How can Stagecoach shares drop at this time? Fuel prices are at their lowest for years and they must be raking it in.
4 Oct '13

This has been heavily shorted and is about to ping back.
28 Mar '12

12-Mar-12 Investec Securities Buy - target 2,150.00p
28 Mar '12

This is now a massive and diversified multi-national company. Jim MacColl did a sterling job and there is bound to be a period of consolidation and profit taking after a takeover like this. The uncertainty in the fracking business should not be overestimated. The future is still very bright.
23 Mar '12

Was due a bit of a retrace before a new push forward.
5 Feb '12

Very quiet on here. Bit of a scare when Obama refused to sanction the pipeline, but there is still a bright future for Weirs. I will continue to play the ups and downs for now.
Wish I knew what Jim McColl was up to now. Whatever it is I would like to get a part of it!
6 Jan '12

Thanks for that. I think it would help if RWD were a bit more proactive in trying to keep their investors in the loop.
6 Jan '12

Can anyone tell me why this share price continues on a downward trend. I can see no logical reason other than Tesco grabbing all the profit, but there must be more to it.
14 Oct '11

Looks like an inverted head and shoulders. If it breaks the reversal pattern neckline can we expect as nice continued rise?
22 Feb '11

Sorry if I gave you a bad steer on this short term, though it had been recovering nicely. Longer term I have no doubts and frankly can see no reason for this drop other than the general Footse drop or the Tesco squeeze on profits possibly affecting the dividend. But thats pure conjecture.
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