This stock is pretty COVID proof. Resilient business, with still a low P/E ratio for the growth it will produce. Debt is going down yoy, and it has a good product range. Some people just like to cash in some shares which I don’t blame them for.
Hey I am new to this AVST forum but I have been invested in this since early 2019. I doubt this will deter the market that much maybe a drop today, but looking at the solid rise over the last month this should just act as a consolidation point. This is my view point. These non exec sells don’t tend to have a huge long term effect, shouldn’t be enough the break the trend line.
RE: Bloomberg terminal pumping Tobias Moers24 May 2020 22:05
What do you think about the long term effect on public shareholders? Assuming Stroll still wants it as a long term investment, do you think he is just bringing in the experienced people? Or are they doing a merger with Daimler (I doubt as Daimler are in huge finance problems too.). My main concern is will public shareholder survive and will they be allowed to stay long term or will we get screwed?
The problem with McLaren I think is they are specialising in 1 type of car. They are also far more expensive and as I heard Online articles Ferrari had a lot of cancellations On ordered cars due to Covid. McLaren are selling the same high end cars about the same price tag but the difference is they have huge debt and also had to close there sites. I don’t think they are in a good position at all. Also with their huge debt pile I doubt a major car maker will buy them.
I think they are in a much safer position with there bigger lineup of models then McLaren for example. I mean McLaren are in huge trouble I was reading articles they are trying to issue more bonds but there isn’t anything to offer for collateral.
Ok so you guys done think they will shift the cars rear end a little into a coupe format. I knew they would do separate engines with hybrid tech too. I wonder if they will put a v8 hybrid from AMG before they develop their in house engine.
I hope everyone is having a nice weekend. Just for discussion. I wanted to ask on opinion about the “SUV derivatives”. Do you guys think they will introduce SUV’s like Porsche cayenne coupes? I cant really imagine for them making an X7 or GLS type of car.
Today’s fall isn’t only attributed to AML’s q1 earnings. It’s also to do with the huge losses mounting in the ftse100 and 250 today. It seems like the stock market is in for another huge downward swing as investorS wake up to the Reality that vivid will be here the rest of the year. I am invested in AML have been since last year. I am not saying it was a wise choice. I believe in the brand, love the look of the cars. I honestly think the problem is that they are have a capex of 280 million adding money into the mid engine line up and a pandemic Hit globally which forced them to shut factories but more importantly the sales team couldn’t sell cars in vast majority of markets. Although I think there is potential in next few years, they need another injection now to carry them through. This is unless stroll has some magic and somehow cuts the losses in the company. I honestly don’t know. At the moment I would rather sit this through and go all in what I have in at the moment and wait it out if it survives great if it doesn’t i still havnt lost that much. Do remember guys, ferrari went public after years of being private and having cash injected into it. They developed mid engines cars for years while spreading the cost out. Now all they do is tweak the old car and sell high. The question is can AMl get into this position? I have no idea as I dont have access to files about the future and q2 earnings and future cash burn.
I dont think they have any idea what they are saying. Maybe they are just trying to make up for their mistake 2 years ago. If this goes back down to 50, I will stock up more for the long run. This has potential in q3, q4, when the Valkyrie and dbx starts to be produced in mass. I really don’t care about the short term on this stock. If you look at any carmaker like Bentley or Rolls Royce they had huge cash injections 500-1bil£ when they got merged with VW and BMW. Aston M just got this cash injection, won’t see the result till about a year or two time. This is not an overnight thing.
RE: Patience is required, there are no more profit takers22 Apr 2020 15:07
This share needs a good kick by some form of positive news to move high. Example: re open factory, order book, outlook. I hope q3,4 will be positive with the Valkyrie and the dbx. Hopefully they have high orders for the vantage cabriolet. I am happy to hold for years to get profit on this share.
Hello, I wanted to ask someone who is familiar with the matter. Since they declared an interim div instead of final div payment. When is the ex dividend date of centamin? They only mentioned payment date of 15th May.
Well 98% of rights was taken up which I think is positive. The only question is how loyal the bigger shareholders are to Stroll. If they just in it for cash, they will start dumping large amounts. But I doubt that will be the case.
Yes I have also read that almost the entire car is a replica of the merc F1 car in terms of the aero. I guess They just gave them the design CAD of the car ??. It will be interesting to see if next year they out compete McLaren, Williams, and Renault. Out of nowhere Aston moves rapidly to top 4.