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|Gas Water & Utilities
|Bilby Daily Update: Bilby is listed in the Gas Water & Utilities sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BILB. The last closing price for Bilby was 84.50p.|
Bilby has a 4 week average price of 94.48p and a 12 week average price of 106.80p.
The 1 year high share price is 174p while the 1 year low share price is currently 83.50p.
There are currently 39,729,731 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 30,835 shares. The market capitalisation of Bilby is £33,571,622.70.
|the big fella: I have these on my watch list. I sold last November in the 120's on the way up. Thought they were ahead of the game then, but they carried on north. I think the share price is now reflecting reality. I will be a buyer, but not just yet.|
|a2584728: Share price under pressure here for some reason?|
|firtashia: That a stock can shift 18% on the advice of a tipster merely shows that people don't want to even think for themselves, as Jesse Livermore said. I agree with a recent post here that the share price is overvalued (even before today's move)so certainly won't be buying more at this point in time. However I will continue to hold, as a stock can remain overvalued for ages and its share price continue to increase, providing its fundamentals continue to improve. GLAH.|
|saucepan: modform: I was in CLG briefly (perhaps you noticed a post on the CLG thread). I cannot recall whether I posted my exit and nor exactly why I sold up. I think the share price cannot have moved as I had anticipated. It is a while since I have checked back, so am grateful for the reminder! I did like the growth story very much.
I have just looked on ShareScope and the story still seems just as compelling and with valuations a little more attractive than they were previously. I have also just looked at the 4 November trading update and personally did not read anything untoward in this. (It might be worth going back over previous RNS announcements, to get a sense what is the typical tone that CLG management uses: i.e. do they tend to underplay forecasts or are they typically over-bullish? Sorry, I have not had the time to do that just now, but I generally find it a useful exercise - under-promise and over-deliver seems to be the best style :-) On the other hand if the most recent CLG statement is noticeably different in style that might indeed be a warning flag.
I note, too, the 9 November contract announcement. That seems to augur well.
Last but not least, technicals. The 150-day moving average is one I use a lot (influenced by Stan Weinstein). It seems to work really well for CLG. The price is currently right back on the 150 day moving average. Provided this again acts as support, it might indeed be a great time to buy. It would also allow for a tight stop (i.e. if the 150 day moving average failed to hold the price).
I seem to recall that Christmas is an important time of year for CLG and that it had a very good Christmas last year. Perhaps the same again? I must admit I am quite tempted myself having looked again - so renewed thanks for asking.
(Sorry to others for O/T)|
Bilby share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange