Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Dixons Carphone PLC LSE:DC. London Ordinary Share GB00B4Y7R145 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.50p +0.87% 173.50p 173.30p 173.70p 173.50p 170.90p 171.30p 282,551 08:13:58
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 10,585.0 291.0 25.6 6.8 2,015.15

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19/9/2017
09:20
Dixons Carphone Daily Update: Dixons Carphone PLC is listed in the General Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DC.. The last closing price for Dixons Carphone was 172p.
Dixons Carphone PLC has a 4 week average price of 155.40p and a 12 week average price of 155.40p.
The 1 year high share price is 378.70p while the 1 year low share price is currently 155.40p.
There are currently 1,161,467,047 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 9,748,982 shares. The market capitalisation of Dixons Carphone PLC is £1,989,593,051.51.
14/9/2017
13:47
walbrock82: Wow, this one colossal company is a story of two halves. One is the obvious undervaluation when investors see manageable debt levels, stable profits (despite, tough competition from AO World and Argos), and improvement in asset utilisation. On the other hand, you discover that management has put a huge value from this merger which resulted in overstating their assets by £1.768bn (mainly goodwill and intangibles). From a market viewpoint, the reduced profits of £100m still present a dirt-cheap valuation, such as the EBIT yield at 13% and the Earnings Power Value showing a 37% discount to the current share price. Using technical analysis, Dixons Carphone’s share price is near their lows. For some reasons, the share price correlates well with their technical indicators in MACD and RSI. Look at the monthly chart for timing your entry. Here is the comparison between their weekly daily chart (http://bit.ly/2h4C5y1) and monthly chart (http://bit.ly/2vWaeq1) For a full explanation, calculations and charts click on the link: http://bit.ly/2f94UfI P.S. If you like this post, remember to subscribe for more exciting stock analysis or browse my blog for other companies I have covered.
11/9/2017
09:51
undervaluedassets: Isn't the whole point behind the recent decline in the share price hinging on the fact people are NOT upgrading their handsets? Or indeed hanging onto them for much LONGER before choosing to upgrade? Isn't that what DC. have just told us?! Sooooo why should that change just because of a new iphone . DC just told us all that customer are NOT upgrading to new phones as much or taking longer to do so .. And now there is is new phone and everyone on this board starts get all excited. This irrational optimism seems idiotic seeing what we have just - been - told ... Non?? Unless someone can tell me that DC have just completely changed their minds and suddenly announced that all customers are now throwing their 1 year old phones in the bin in a mad scramble to get the latest handset . Has that happened ?? Can someone tell me? Indeed that new Iphone presents as much risk as it does opportunity for DC. Cash tied up in unsold handsets is a huge headache. Not to mention that this is something of a trend with this company as unsold inventory went over a £1billion for the first time at last full year reporting.
06/9/2017
07:24
undervaluedassets: Ravin how have you "cashed in some profit"? - ( Apart from the fact that "cashed in some profit" is not even English) - How you have managed to do this is beyond me seeing as the share price has gone down relentlessly for the last week and you claim to have bought on the evening of 25/08. You have "cashed in some profit" ??!!- Gimme a break If you go over Ravin's other 'investments' and collectively graph them on a non weighted basis in sharescope you get a graph that is going almost straight down. It is a warning to the unitiated this kind of posting. No facts. No research. No financials. No reference to the balance sheet. Just guff. Ravin :- "hence, the reason why this is overdone along with the technicals." What does that actually mean? This may seem personally hurtful but people need to be warned. Anyway he is not reading this as I am "filtered" so I assume he will not be bothered. (not peeking are you Ravin) For the newbies on here consider this. . Q:How many times can a shareprice go down by 20% ? A: potentially an infinite amount Q:How many times can a shareprice go down by 30% ? A: potentially an infinite amount Q:How many times can a shareprice go down by 50% ? A: potentially an infinite amount etc etc Q.If a shareprice goes down by 50% how much do you need it to up by to get your money back ? A:100% Q:If a sharerprice goes down by 80% how much do you need it to up by to get your money back ? A: 400% Q: Could DC. drop another 80% from here ? A: Of course it could... and more! Take a look at Carillion which has gone from 200p to 40p in a 6 weeks and still looks weak statements like ""hence, the reason why this is overdone along with the technicals." are just the biggest load of .. words fail me If you are a newbie on here examine cashflows , cash, assets, and start thinking about look through earnings. All of these are in short supply with DC.
04/9/2017
09:34
undervaluedassets: £1 million invested in DXNS 1998 would be worth a measly £89,000 in the new DC today. £1 million invested in Amazon in 1998 would be worth £108 million today. And for those that think that the trend is over:- Well Amazon has put on another 30% year to date. Investors in DC. do not need to be told the share price performance of DC. year to date.
31/8/2017
08:02
undervaluedassets: the pre merger DXNS share price hovers aroung 26p - some 35% below the median price it was in 1994. For those that are interested - to extrapolate the old DXNS price from the New DC. price you multiply the DC. price by 0.15 to extrapolate the New DC. price from the old DXNS price you multiply the DC. price by 6.66. The 2012 pre merger DXNS 'low' was 9.5p ... That would equal 63p in "new" money. 63p is really quite a long way to fall from here. More slips, unscheduled announcements, divi cuts and the share price could well visit those lows and some. I also do not see how this company can engineer any particularly good news - there is so little cash in the till with which Seb can do anything clever. Perhaps on reflection this might actually be a good thing; Sebastian James's last "bright idea" - the merger with CPW - has brought the Share price to it's knees.
29/8/2017
10:32
undervaluedassets: For those that are interested (and have long memories) the pre merger DXNS share price would now be 26p (which is 35% below the median price it was in 1994!). It goes without saying that without the merger (a vanity exercise that now has been revealed to be one of zero benefit to both Dunstone and James - much kicking of selves taking place in background I have no doubt) the price would of course be massively north of that. I venture double at least. (FYI DXNS closing price day before merged enterprise started trading on 7th august 2014 was 52.95p) 2012 pre merger DXNS low was 9.5p ... so if we consider that the merged CPW/DXNS enterprise is a more 'wounded' venture than the solitary DXNS one a fall of another 60%+ cannot be discounted.. I would venture to speculate that that is why James sold at such a apparently disadvantageous price - he knew that much worse was to come.
29/8/2017
10:17
undervaluedassets: Nortic as I said I have no position here. I would not be short at this level however as the stock is retail investors darling and could suddenly rally on nothing only to run out of puff and return south. Equally I think that the company could suddenly come out with a statement mentioning the fatal words "banking covenants" and the share price would swoon once again. I would be short north of the current share price I think is the answer to your question as I consider long term the risks are all to the downside.. my position as an investor is always if do not see a sound investment case for a company for the next 25 years I am not an investor in that company for one minute. (and of course one can still be wrong)
26/8/2017
10:20
fangsforthememory: Short term, DC. price will likely recover somewhat. For me the big risk event is October, when the European Council vote to decide if enough progress has been made in Brexit talks to move on to trade / other issues. If this does not go our way, and there is not really much indication that it will, it will give the pound another leg down, and put a squeeze on consumers and sentiment just as we enter the critical Xmas trading. So fundamentals, check, technicals, check, politics, er........
17/2/2017
11:19
smartypants: Just me again today ??? Hello o o o o o o o ooooooooooo? Ok, may I post my favorite thing.. "despite" Despite reporting bumper Christmas trading ...etc etc "The volume of retail sales in the United Kingdom fell by 0.3% in January compared to previous month, the Office for National Statistics reported. Annually, the volume of retail sales rose by 1.5% compared to January last year. The figure suggested that lowest growth in quantity bought in the retail industry since November 2013. Average store prices including petrol station saw an increase of 1.9% year on year. The largest input came from petrol stations. Non-store retailing rose 10.1% from the same period last year but declined 7.2% month on month. Here .. despite retail sales in the United Kingdom falling by 0.3% in January compared to previous month, the volume of retail sales rose by 1.5% compared to January last year. DC. share price Jan 2016..around 450p, so 1.5 increase in sales volume gives a rise to?....300p ??? Non-store retailing rose 10.1% from the same period last year ...?? If only Dixy had some non-store retailing...on-line sales ?
02/2/2015
08:44
mike740: Dixons Carphone – buy, sell or hold? By Robert Sutherland Smith | Sunday 1 February 2015 We have had a recent trading statement from Dixons Carphone (DC.), the recently merged Dixon’s Retail and Car phone Warehouse companies, which I had reviewed positively in late May 2014. The pre- merged Dixon’s Retail share price was then 44p in its old form. The adjusted share price chart indicates that the new form share price was then around 300p. In the next seven months, the share price rose reaching a peak of 470p last month – a useful increase of an estimated 56%. Since then, the share has retreated 8% to 345p. So where does it go from here? The merger was an exercise of desperation from companies in highly competitive markets. Dixons was doing particularly badly; something that is reflected in its last set of margins and returns. Last year to March 2014, its gross margin was a modest 9%. The fact that it had a net profit margin of any kind must be a tribute to tight management. In the event, it had a net margin reported as 0.73% and an operating margin of a reported 1.8%. The return on equity was 2% and the return on assets of 0.88%. A measure of the problems and a reflection of the potential if the mangers could make a more economically efficient operation out of this merger. The Last trading statement covered the nine weeks to January 3rd 2015. It was something of a restrained explanation, talking of market share gains and stable margins – not a magnificent revelation in view of how low they had been. It was enough to pull the shares down on profit taking. Nevertheless, it was technically speaking, an appropriate market response because the shares were in the last weeks of last year above the uptrend of the share price; a trend that had started last July on the basis of my inspection of the chart. The share price after the 8% fall from the January peak of 470p looks as though it has bounced back in the uptrend. The market consensus estimates are of a strong rise in earnings per share from the low reported 8.6p last year. That consensus looks for earnings to an estimated 31.4p in the year to 31 March 2017, putting the shares on a prospective estimated price to earnings ratio of 13.5 times for the year after next. Accompanying that, the consensus envisages dividends growing each year from 6p last year to 10.5p for the year to 31 March 2012 putting the shares on a prospective estimated dividend yield of 3% with an earnings yield of a high 9% reflecting a near three times earnings cover. The final year and fourth quarter results to March 31st 2015 will not be known until next June. My own reading of the share price chart is of a share trending upwards. The company has plenty of scope for boosting margins and returns at a time when low consumer price inflation in putting some more spending power into the hands of consumers. I guess that news from company will emerge to justify current consensus expectations. I judge that this fall back in the share price is an appropriate entry point for new investors who like the prospect of progress through management and improving operational efficiencies.
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