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|Tempting , but I am keeping most of my powder dry ; I still think the whole market is vulnerable to a correction which would bring RNWH down , especially as the price is not strongly supported on current earnings . It is more about potential than current. You wouldn't buy it for the 1.8% current yield.|
|Thank you Rivaldo. Yum yum :)|
|From yesterday's Times - £450m to introduce digital signalling should nicely benefit RNWH's latest acquisition, Giffen Group:
"Digital signals will put more trains on line
Victorian-style signalling will be stripped out of busy commuter lines in the southeast under plans to reduce delays (Graeme Paton writes).
Network Rail is preparing to introduce digital technology on key routes into London by 2024 to improve punctuality and increase the number of trains that can be run.
Some £450 million was given to the rail industry in the autumn statement to develop the technology that brings signalling equipment into the train cab rather than at the trackside. It allows far more trains to be safely run closer together.
Mark Carne, the chief executive, said that plans were being drawn up to introduce the systems within Network Rail’s next funding period — from 2019 to 2024 — on lines such as Southern, Southeastern or South West Trains.
Traditional trackside signalling, above, has been a feature of Britain’s railways for at least 150 years. More than 500 signal boxes are still in operation."|
|Trading update already announced to be on 3 April.|
|Cheers sharw. Not sure whether those piling contracts are more "one-off" capital items in nature rather than the ongoing, recurring maintenance which is RNWH's speciality? And their revenues will only be down 5% anyway, so not too bad.
Last year's H1 trading update was on 31st March, so not long to wait. RNWH's update at the end of January was certainly pretty upbeat, so hopefully it'll be more of the same.|
|Yesterday's fall may have been with the market but there may also have been some read across from Van Elle's profit warning on rail maintenance delays:
|Exactly - and quite right too :o))
I'm pretty sure that most here are very relaxed, long-term holders who don't feel the need to clog up the thread with posts every five minutes about the share price falling a few pence from all-time highs on a bit of profit-taking, which is really all that's happened. Unless anyone has a different opinion.
As wad collector says, it's irrational to me also and judging by today's rise will soon be corrected.|
|A 9% fall but no comment in this "sensible discussion thread" (8374).|
|Bought my trading stock back at 446, 6% extra in a month will do , the recent drop seems irrational to me.|
|According to google finance looks like 3 trades of 11,15&20k shares went through in quick succession. Didn't catch the bottom of the dip, but picked up a few.|
|Looks like an opportunity for buyers - perhaps an MM ploy to get some stock in on a quiet Cheltenham Gold Cup day, given the tiny volumes and the completely disproportionate fall (unless there are hefty trades still to be reported, which is unlikely).|
|I can't post it for some reason - a iii article of 10 great stocks that meet Jim Slater’s Zulu strategy rules which included Renew - noticed on ELCO thread|
|Finncap today reiterated their Buy and 586p target:
|Big job for Network Rail's "orange army" at Liverpool Lime Street after the embankment wall collapse:
I note that in particular there is some tunnel work involved. As additional emergency work a la Dawlish this could be a nice boost for AMCO just before the half year end.|
|New highs, and buying coming in at 486p-487p now.
New article about AMCO's rather revolutionary tunnel screen for safer and more efficient tunnel working:
|Likewise rivaldo - retained holding from original purchase in entirety.
As you say different strokes etc - I buy and hold unless the positive story changes in any way.|
|Wad collector wasn't being apologetic to "Ronaldo" or anyone else :o)) This is fortunately a thread with sensible discussion and a little light humour/ribbing.
RNWH is a multibagger for me, and to date I haven't sold a single share. But others have different strategies, and that's perfectly understandable - different strokes for different folks.
Impressive tunnel engineering here from AMCO Rail:
|Just spotted my name change ; must have been subliminal!|
I agree with your sentiments. I realised 15% of my holding a few days ago and although the share price has risen a little since then, I do not regret it. I do not think you have any need to be apologetic to "Ronaldo". Best wishes.|