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|Is "chunder" too colloquial for you guys?|
|Didn't think it would take too long before I got a bite.|
I attribute this difference to the greater intelligence, understanding and open mindedness of chartists.
....either that or characteristic self delusion! :)|
|At the risk of ruffling a few feathers.....It is not unusual to see a fundamentalist denigrating charting but one does not often see a chartist denigrating fundamentalists.
I attribute this difference to the greater intelligence, understanding and open mindedness of chartists.|
|Or indeed outside dodgy Chinese restaurants in London after AHT investors got wined by a certain spreadbetting company...|
lol!!! So cynical, so true!|
|I've has a word with froggie and he says he would be prepared to assist Deutsche Bank with their AHT analysis. He reckons their analysis is worse than mine (he likes to put the web in).
I'm hoping D B are able to inform us of another share which will have a similar rise (730 to 1600) but this time before the rise occurs.|
|With D.B. on board is it time to bail out ?
|Thanks DD4, most interesting..|
|(ShareCast News) - Deutsche Bank said its fears about the impact of macro-economic challenges have tempered following recent stronger data. The bank had previously expected a steady de-rating.Last year US non-residential construction rose 3% in October and 4% in November after decelerating from 10% in January to 1% in September, the bank noted.Deutsche Bank said it also recognises that following the election, US policy changes have the potential to stimulate growth. The bank's economists have materially upgraded GDP expectations since the election."We therefore push out our expectations of a de-rating, and no longer believe the market will imminently imply a slowdown in the Ashtead multiple," Deutsche Bank said."We also recognise that Ashtead's shares have some scarcity value for UK long only fund managers seeking exposure to US GDP and fiscal stimulus."The bank has upgraded its forecasts for fiscal year 2017 earnings per share by 4.5% and 2018 EPS by 7.1%. However, Deutsche Bank said momentum can quickly change given the nature of Ashtead's end market."With consensus enterprise value/sales back at 3.0x, we consider it important to continue to monitor the end markets carefully. On a 24m view we remain cautious over valuation."The third quarter results are due on 7 March and Deutsche Bank expects group adjusted pre-tax profit of £177m.DD|
I fear that you are being tempted by the siren cries of 'come on in, the water's lovely' again, do take care! :)|
How do they manage to get paid? Very well I imagine!
Extract from a possible matching cv:
Equity Research Analyst
January 2015 – Present (2 years 1 month) | London, United Kingdom
Fundamental equity research for companies within the European Business and Support Services sector. Primary coverage for Ashtead, Aggreko, Rentokil, Serco, ISS, Cerved and DKSH.
Now apparently promoted Vice President Equity Research, must be doing something right!|
|I DONT F£[email protected] BELIEVE IT!Deutsche Bank.......wait for it, gone from sell to hold with a target price of 1600, yep from 730.How do they manage to get paid?DDPS Sorry for the profanity........but jeez!|
|Unable to hold above 1600 once again, it's becoming boring.
Donald gets sworn in (and probably at) on Friday. Hoping for some action thereafter.
I feel a short coming on but my pet frog (froggie; he picked the name not me; reminded me about not getting into hot water.....thanks froggie.|
|Any excuse for volatility.
And if there is no excuse the market will invent one.|
|Looks like the pound has recovered some ground following Mrs May's speech to just under $1.23/GBP, and caused AHT to dip momentarily. What a fickle market this is!|
|"Naturally. I deplore the practice!"
Of course you do. Would that ever be in doubt!!|
|Nice to see AHT trying to consolidate above the 1600 level, although as you say this is probably due to the pounds woes.|
Hmmmmm.......there is a certain level of deviousness that has crept into this thread of late.
I think the deviousness has always been there, I think it's just that you are just getting better at spotting it :)
Naturally. I deplore the practice!|
|Hmmmmm.......there is a certain level of deviousness that has crept into this thread of late.|
|Oh well, it was worth a try...
|Just hold there Mr White!!
fenners is saying he DIDN'T read the post. I'm looking for someone (trustworthy) who DID read the post and can confirm it was a duplicate.
Another spike up this morning probably on the back of a fall in the £/$.|