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|nickcduk: Results aren't too far away. If the share price stays around current level come results day then I would imagine it will be possible to pick a few up at the open at not a lot higher than where we are now. Thats the safest way of playing PBH.|
|mjcrockett: There must be a good chance that PBH will be taken over this time around. I would have thought that 30p would be a minimum, particularly with several directors taking shares in the placing at 20p a few months ago. So the muted reaction in the share price this morning is surprising. Probably down to them getting the column heading in the P&L the wrong way round. Amazingly, it fooled the Dow Jones Newswire release this morning - they headlined a £500K pretax loss for PBH.
|baggywrinkle: Seems 5,000 buy moved price 0.5p
Looking at the chart, we seem to be at a fascinating position:
-Downtrend since Jan 2004 at 80p forms resistance line with recent downtrend
-Uptrend since low at 12p (Oct 05) seems to form supportline
These two lines meet at around end August at about 23p.
Surprisingly, share price, 20 day, 50 day and 200 day MA all are within a whisker of present share price at 23.5p Volume low recently.
RSI marginally above 50.
Would this suggest to someone who knows more about charts than I do that we may see a significant move shortly ? If so, which direction ? !|
|baggywrinkle: fwiw the share price rise last week produced a buy signal for pbh on investtech.com|
|baggywrinkle: Reckon that there have been net sales of about 150,000 shares since share price was at 27p. So one third of these have now been taken if that is so. But market makers may have been long before the price starting dropping and so may have more to shift. Looks like it from size of quotes.|
|mrsasal490: This was not mentioned although reading between the lines it was suggested all was well and on target, so as no rumour or dramatic share price demise they did not release one, only my assumptions mind....|
|james 2: I see Tebbut has put the share price fall in MIL down to misleading rumours & an individual on a BB saying he would deliberately drive the price down to 10p.
Apparently a group of individuals have been repeatedly selling small parcels of shares at the lowest market price (presumably means the bid price !)
Then also comments "....he also comments that whilst they won't hit their prediction of moving into the black by March ...this should be achieved by the end of June"
(Mrsasal - old tin head went to his shack in Finland if I remember correctly)
(My other stock to watch would be LDC, will take a look at the others mentioned thanks)|
|baggywrinkle: My guess is that, post prelims, the directors are trying to hoover up 1% whilst the share price is in the teens.|
|baggywrinkle: Fwiw, my figures following from trading statement:
124 ARs at £100,00 per year = £12.4M for 2005/06
Estimate profits for 3 margins:
Margins: 15% / 20% / 25%
Sales: £ 1.85M / £ 2.48M / £ 3.1M
Overheads £1.44M / £ 1.44M / £ 1.44M
Op profit £0.41M / £ 1.04M / £ 1.66M
Assume Op profit = PBT = PAT because of tax losses:
On 25 Million shares:
EPS (nil tax) 1.6p / 4.1p / 6.6p
Corrsponding Share price at:
PE = 10X = 16p / 41p / 66p
PE = 15X = 24p / 61p / 99p
So, is it reasonable to look for a share price of 50p when trading statement possibly published in a year's time about 2005/06 results ?|
|mrsasal490: from the Supermum thread on advfn
Can you take another look at PBH, you last looked at it in oct 04 i believe, share price has moved up, many joint ventures signed and bought Blue Pearl this month, share price dropped on news, yet it was a very good deal, any thoughts on where to now for the share price
Many Thanks in advance
supermum - 25 Feb'05 - 00:38 - 1733 of 1736
I dont visit this thread very often now as my trading is altering so my apologies for not replying before .. I will look more often !
PBH .. she has taken a bit of a thrashing and fallen well out of that up trend which was doing very well until a couple of weeks ago!
it bounced off 20 and 21.75 is a fib level which is where she closed tonight She needs to rise above 24p to begin to reverse, however _should she fall a bit more - the next fib support is around 18.5..
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