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|This company makes a clear 33P on each pound of turnover, clearly they are good at what they do OR play on the fact that one deals with them at the very time your not in a position to shop around. Even if you could shop around no one in the sector is working on price. Not like a supermarket.
The overall cost has gone through the roof over the last 20 years across the board.
As have profits here.
I would be very worried the fat margins don't get smashed by the government or an easy jet style service.
That might not happen in my lifetime though.|
This is also based on last year which had a hell of a lot of people passing away.
Funerals are so expensive now, I'm amazed the government doesn't try to cap them, people just cant afford to die.|
|Always fully valued here! I've been waiting years for an entry point.|
|Seems fully valued here at 23x, anyone think theres room for an increase.|
|Disgusting habit, not my style...
If you make sweeping statements with nothing to back it up you will invite derision, bias notwithstanding.|
monthly inverted hammers
you can spit at me now if it does not fit your bias|
|the shareprice is going to die soon|
|http://www.standard.co.uk/business/death-rate-dip-weighs-on-dignity-a3243071.htmlNot a holder but a friend is.|
|Read Panmure Gordon & Co's note on DIGNITY PLC (DTY), out this morning, by visiting hxxps://www.research-tree.com/company/GB00BRB37M78
"Dignity (DTY) the UK’s only listed provider of funeral related services, announces its Q1 results this morning (Jan-Mar ’15), which are “consistent with the Board’s full year expectations, which remain unchanged.” As was made clear at the group’s full year results in March, the number of deaths in 2015 was abnormally high compared to long term trends, helping DTY deliver a 13% PBT beat against our forecasts. Since that time, ONS has highlighted flu and dementia as the most likely drivers of the spike..."|
|Trading update Monday.|
|Why is it with most of my shares when we get an announcement they go down|
|Good 2015 dividend up. Slightly lower profit in 2016 due to expected lower death rate but overall a sound business.
|No pockets in a shroud!|
|£20 more like|
|£2?? Shurely shome mishtake?|
|I'm pretty confident we will all die, but yes the company was clear that it would correct. If this gets to £2 I'll be filling my coffin with them.|
|presumably the 13% growth in mortalities in the first half of this year will self correct and we will return to normal levels. If it continued at that level then we will all be dead|
|Maybe someone has discovered the secret to eternal life. That would be quite bad for business I suppose.|
|After sitting on the sidelines for far too long, I have finally bought some. Lead consolidator, with only c. 12% of a highly fragmented marked, provides ample scope significant future acquisition based expansion - typically on significantly lower PE's, as there is a limited pool of likely buyers, with further boost from actually realising synergies from efficient integration.|
|Do people think El Nino effect (a few very cold winters coming) has been priced into this stock? I know if effects commodities more, but surely should have an impact here too?|
|Massive buys today - suspect there are plenty of buyers waiting for a dip..lll|
|regret selling these, not even a chance to buy
cheaper over the last volatile wk
would like to have seen them buy at least some
freeholds they occupy, as values have come back
strongly, rent is dead money, long term debt (borrowing) is free
taking into account currency depreciation
over last ten yrs a big chunk of retail could have survived had they owned freehold,