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Would love to hear your thoughts on earnings. As a starter for 10 I see £3.0m full year 2016/17 and £4.5m (slightly finger in the air) for 2017/18.
|Agreed. Added today too...|
|This is the first meaningful pullback we've had since 100p.
It's to be expected - at some point some people will want to take profits.
It's just background noise for long-term holders such as myself. Shares can't go up in a straight line forever.
I think the fundamentals here are fantastic, and the valuation still reasonable(about 20-30 times next year's likely earnings, by my calculations).
There's only one Director who matters - the CEO, and he still holds 39% of the company. The other sales were small, or the PE backer exiting (who happened to have a NED on the Board, so was classified as technically a Director sell, even though it wasn't).
Patience is a virtue with this type of stock, in my view.
P.S. Will the person above who hinted that I might have sold please stop telling lies. I actually bought more today, and have no intention of selling any for the foreseeable future. Shares like this pay out big for people who are prepared to be patient, as we've learned from Asos, BOO, and others.|
|Since when did fundamentals determine anything in this market?. Take your well earned profit and dont be stupid.|
|Bought 7 times from 235p to 313p. Today I bought a few more. I will ignore the "noise" and sell if the fundamentals change. Currently they point to north of 500p IMO. I fully expect to "up" that target in January.|
|Not a constructive idea to tell people what to do with their money!
As for 5 years, I prefer to monitor company performance in real time rather than wear blinkers.
But in that realistic time span, G4M has got 6 quid written all over it, IMO, in the next 6 months.
|I don't know why everybody is getting so excited on this board. G4M has good long term potential. Just sit tight and see where you are in 5 years. If you want to gamble, go to the casino and have a go on the roulette wheel.|
|Inevitable blip. Onwards and upwards. :0)|
|prob PS lobbing|
|Clearly emotions are playing part here, which is understandable especially for newcomers.
No matter how good the business is... If all NEDs, EDs and the Chairman of the company is selling, the price will inevitably go down! If your expectations was different, perhaps you were living in a dream world and it's time to wake up.
Always remember, whats goes UP, goes also down and nothing is moving in a straight line.
PS: I'm not holding any position in this company... I'm just giving my thoughts.|
|Are you all children on here ?|
I am not the one who is making assertions about others thought process, 'board status' (highly amusing), stock holding, portfolio make up, emotional well being....need I go on.
For the record I do listen to facts, but only if I am actually presented with them.
|Che7win, are these lessons you learned from your IOF love affair?|
|Seems to be bouncing on the trend line here. Overbought but not overvalued imho. We'll see what happens next...|
|Not facts, that's judgemental prejudice.
You have decided to elect yourself to be the group think spokesperson on this board.
You don't want to listen to the facts, the business will ultimately decide the share price, not you or I. Just because I think G4M is overvalued doesn't mean it is, neither does your bullish stance mean you are right. Time will ultimately decide who is right.
You seem very emotionally attached and protective, lighten up a bit.
A little word of advice, don't have all your eggs in a few companies, it's dangerous.
I happen to think G4M is a great business, just got ahead of itself hence the +40p fall today - FACT.|
|On a completely separate note, surely a rather large sell trade has to be reported at some point today or even tomorrow. Just doesn't seem like enough volume today to have created the scale of retrace witnessed so far? I know I am being repetitive on this, but I would really like to know where 5.5m shares went last week in what was clearly 'off open market' trades.|
Fact. Your understanding of the English language is clearly very different to mine.
Fact. Your interpretation of market events is very different to mine.
Fact. The directors exchanged 6% of their holding for profit, an ideology that I believe is appropriate when an individual buys and holds shares.
Fact. The directors, as of last week, clearly did not want to 'dump' 94% of the stock that they hold in the company.
Not a Fact. I can only assume the directors view the 94% of stock that they retained, as not worthless, or something that needed to be disposed of in a quick or hurried fashion.
Facts are fun don't you think?|
|Directors were dumping below this price last week. ...fact|
|mr.elbee, while your previous post made me smile, I think you are now tip toeing into a fantasy world where reality seems of little consequence. Profit taking and retraces on stellar growth stocks is absolutely inevitable. No issue there. But even at £4.25 G4M was never in a bubble, and there isn't a great deal of mileage for 'shorters' given 33% of the company has just exchanged hands at £3.00 to £3.60 and at least 65% of the equity is in the hands of the CEO and 4 institutions. I say at least as we are still to find out who bought 5.5m last week, but it unfortunately wasn't me. Genuinely good luck to you though if you are going to give it a go.|
|Great company but every share retraces...[except gravity defying ones like Carpetright ,with Lord Harris, which now, thankfully ,is coming down to sanity].
If a share price doesnt retrace, it is a bubble without a doubt, so this is good for G4m.
Many of you have done very well with this stock.I salute you and wish I had had your enviable foresight.
But get out now if you are sitting on a profit. The shorters will be in very soon and the time to buy again will be 250.|
|haters gonna hate!|
|Very good mr.elbee. Made me smile. Don't share your optimism all the same.