RE: https://www.ft.com/content/1b2269a6-e559-440a-823f-f78850ea517114 Jan 2022 21:57
C26 want your shares….
c2645sg Posts: 1,103 Price: 1,405.50 No Opinion RE: V12 vantage out March 2022Today 16:09 Another £1.3m/100k shares sold at midday again today. I had a limit order in for £13.50 for £2k, just to see what the MM's do with it. The price spiked down at 15.55, not even touching 13.50 on the bid, and triggered my limit order, haha. That's how desperate the MMs for any buys with this huge seller around
Like its cars, Aston Martin Lagonda’s share price has moved at speed. Unfortunately, that has been mostly downhill. A trading update on Friday confirmed a well-anticipated profits warning from the UK sports car company. That explained the 35 per cent power slide in the stock since stalling seven months ago. Optimists welcomed the better-than-expected deliveries of 6,182 roadsters and the new DBX sport utility vehicles. That boosted the shares as much as 6 per cent. Yet even that positive news is like a Le Mans flag — chequered. Wealthy motorists are splashing lockdown-era savings on flashy rides. Ferrari and Lamborghini should comfortably beat 2019 unit sales records, the latter boosted by its new Urus SUV. Aston Martin has also sensibly steered towards SUVs, which are supplanting saloons as family cars. Its DBX represents about half of group volumes, in line with Lamborghini and Porsche. Ferrari’s version, the Purosangue, arrives this year. That should bring another volume surge for the supercar leader whose market value has quadrupled over five years. But while Ferrari has long sold out of inventory, Aston Martin runs at roughly half capacity. New owner Lawrence Stroll, belying his name, swiftly swapped previous chief executive Andy Palmer for scrappier Tobias Moers almost two years back. Has that paid off? Putting aside the pandemic effect, volumes look similar to before. More acceleration is needed. Manufacturers all seek the right mix of volume and price. Ferrari wins on both criteria. The other British supercar maker McLaren has top prices, but not the scale. Aston Martin has yet to catch Lamborghini in units while the former’s cars do not cost enough to offset lower volumes, points out Philippe Houchois at Jefferies. Aston Martin’s ambitious 2018 float was followed by an ignominious share price collapse. It became clear that sales growth would be too low to justify hefty investments. After decades of struggle, Aston Martin still cannot persuade enough wealthy car nuts that its products rank alongside those of Ferrari and Lamborghini. Until the company can do so, investors should leave it thumbing a lift on the roadside
Look like yes, just checked (full day SP) and it highly likely it BUY..
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It ok, after other shares (in my experience) shorter attacks etc - I was very surprised how they can do the media etc. Look the recently THG (not holding) one of shorter (hand up) for feed false information etc.
However, if happen (about Moers - then I be wrong but I have strongly feeling this is shorter media attacks hopefully it is).
Tiny, just had put information on about Stroll what he said (not sure) that good to hear but still not enough and Stroll should put RNS then shorter will try plan B, then C ……….
About Ford CEO….if true
Either Stroll want create to spilt up ( luxury sport cars/SUV and HyperCar and god know….it can be happening- I can see lots of pipeline (AM) - will Moers need more time to focus one area? Or F1 (not our AM….