Still waiting for an opportunity,small rises here will surely be taken out , (don`t let yourself be caught out).I think for a while it will be traded like an Aim share.the present level is perfect for approx 2% take outs for the bigger daily traders,thus the roller coaster pattern will return.If you catch it correctly,you can make money,wrong,then frustration for many will again surface.
Clearly a lot of work to be done and improvements/efficiencies to be made. Im not here LT pure trade although I do believe TCG will recover. Big institutions like these rarely adapt to change quick enough but the company does have huge scale which is a major advantage in this sector.
Appreciate all the recent posts but a key element in sales has always been effective targeted marketing We have a small 5* hotel with a presence on Laterooms and booking.com We have seen bookings from Laterooms drop 80% in 12 months and those from booking.com increase by 85% despite at time offering discounts on our Laterooms prices! Many others locally report the same and we all put it down to booking.coms more effective targeted marketing not just in the media but frequent mails to past guests asking if they need a hotel this week or next etc etc It would not take much for TC to target previous and even new bookers through an email database which would be a first in the mass market industry At the same time they must be become more aware of past lost customers like ourselves who save 25%+ by trawling the net and booking flight and hotel separately (safe if you know/ can check the hotel out first) A recent trip to a TC travel agent only offered 5% discount on their advertised price and whilst I have been accused on the forum. Of being one of those bringing TC down reality kicks in when saving 20%! Past ownership in the retail sector taught us a small profit on a sale is better than none!
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