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|tday: shammytime. I should get rid of your crystal ball. Obviously it isn't any good at predicting share price movements.|
|steve517499: OK ... no reflection on the share price, but Arriva Malta preferred bidder to operate all bus services in Malta for 10 years.
Ariiva 66% interest in Arriva Malta|
|indieman: Recent share price performance has been very impressive and there's a distinct possibility of a move into new price territory. That's unusual at this time of year.|
|steve517757: Indieman, still think Arriva is one of the most undervalued shares currently in the transport sector - with 3 rail UK franchise awards due to be announced soon, any wins are bound to send the share price upward|
|tommy ten chins: Shakeb
I don't know, it just seems to recover each time and keep going.
I bought these years ago and wish all my shares did so well.
Looking at the fundamentals I would not buy now, and I can't remember why I bought all those eons ago.
I read recently "understand your losses and your gains, and you will learn..." but to me this is just a lucky punt.
PS I suppose I'll only sell on a trailing stop loss which I'll raise 20% below the share price.|
|tommy ten chins: Another lonely thread...
Mind you, being lonely pays off if this is what happens without all the hype.
A boring co. with a share price performing errr.. un boringly.
But with all the anti rail commentry why is this share doing so well?
I bought these years ago, and I must confess, I can't remember why!!!
I'm not complaining just hungry for other's opinions...
|tiltonboy: The company is in it's "closed period" and will not give any further updates.
As soon as it's figures are announced the company will probably start buying back it's own shares again, which should support the price. There is obviously a seller around at the moment, and with few buyers, the share price is coming under pressure.
They look good value to me at these levels.
|bdubs: I wonder if the recent big fall in ARI's share price has anything to do with todays BBC 1 report on the state of the railways?
ARI were named the worst network in the UK!
Did someone get a preview two days ago and decide to sell?|
|bdubs: KINDL, Indieman.
It could be that I am presenting a view already posted on a related BB.
But after Morgan Stanley lifted it's target on ARI from 310 to 375 pence on Feb.
25th the uptrend in the first of the two scenario's I suggested in my last post on 30th Nov. seems assured.
There are provisoes. The MS uprating is I understand based on ARI's London busses benefiting from Ken Livingstone's congestion charges - to be introduced next year. This seems to me to be a big hike in the share price for a 25% benefit in something that is by no means a certainty.
Also as we all know, after Sept. 11th another 'event' could send prices tumbling down again.|
|limpsfield chartist: Bus Mafia Busted......:
Office of Fair Trading
30 January 2002
FIRST FINES FOR CARTEL ACTIVITY
Bus companies found to have shared routes in Leeds
Two national bus companies have broken competition law because their subsidiaries based in Leeds and Wakefield agreed to share routes between themselves.
The OFT has set penalties for Arriva plc of £318,175 and FirstGroup plc of £529,852. Both penalties have however been reduced under the OFT's leniency
programme where businesses blow the whistle or co-operate from an early stage (see below)...."
Share price seems to be shrugging it off - still in, uptrend still just about intact.|
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