Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
AA LSE:AA. London Ordinary Share GB00BMSKPJ95 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.40p +0.29% 138.05p 138.10p 138.50p 138.30p 132.20p 136.50p 10,491,657 16:35:18
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 959.0 141.0 18.2 7.6 844.40

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
04/6/2018
13:41
What do u think here srp.Price weak , big seller around?
harleymaxwell
29/5/2018
18:45
i As I said on the 3 May watching and waiting, patience as always. dyor.
srpactive
29/5/2018
14:19
And there she goes on her journey back to a pound
insideryou
03/5/2018
09:37
Brave man....
insideryou
03/5/2018
09:32
Still long. Shorts are trying hard. LOL
minerve
03/5/2018
08:44
I think you could be right, longs will have our chance to get back in again one day, patience as always. dyor active
srpactive
03/5/2018
08:01
Shorts attacking again from 3pm yesterday... Unsustainable debt. Back towards 110
insideryou
25/4/2018
15:07
short squeeze perhaps over for now, significant reduction in their positions but it's still a huge debt pile with a small company attached. as for my personal experience of this company i couldn't help but notice that their online quotes (car insurance) have become more competitive of late - it's easy to write new insurance business (which would flatter the headline numbers in the short term?) but harder to produce long term gains. still, my annual renewal experience is not a basis for a long term investment decision.
frazboy
20/4/2018
16:29
C A profit is a profit well done, looks like a few are, but it would appear the aqr are still shorting whilst others close, dyor. Shorts 8.63% active
srpactive
20/4/2018
16:16
Been a great buy at 90p for me. Sold out.
cryptotrade
20/4/2018
10:58
Holdings rns.
srpactive
18/4/2018
16:17
M Yes the chart appears to be turning over slightly, you have done as my post 503. I do concur. dyor active
srpactive
18/4/2018
16:02
srpactive - yes Sold 25% of my AA holdings just in case recent buying was all driven by short covers. c50% return SIPP c35% return ISA Still hold long view and recent events are encouraging. Insurance underwriting producing good contribution. Memberships stable. Inflation falling a little. AA strengthening board and improving corporate governance.
minerve
18/4/2018
11:37
M The trouble is a big move high of one hundred percent could unfortunately be short into again, imho. dyor active
srpactive
18/4/2018
11:16
Short covering gave AA its biggest daily gain on record. Full-year results from the roadside repair group showed steady customer numbers and revenue growth at its insurance division. Simon Breakwell, the AA’s new chief executive, bought stock after the update. FT
minerve
18/4/2018
08:38
H Very nice of you to say, although the AA. is still very high risk due to the debt, locking in a profit is not always a bad thing. I do feel the shorters will attack again. This is just my opinion and every investor should do their own research. I usually only have a small portfolio of decent yielding stocks in recovery. Others of mine are hgm and gvc ( I have been in these two for years though ), I will not mention the very, very high risk one that gives me sleepless nights as that would be unfair to readers. dyor active
srpactive
18/4/2018
08:04
Srp Thanks for your comments here v fruitful pleased to sayAny others u r following out of interest?
harleymaxwell
17/4/2018
11:50
Following the reference to the aggressive sales on financial products, this is from the results: Financial Services products (‘000s) 142 100 42% 42% growth.
minerve
17/4/2018
11:19
The Telegraph digging up the ex ceo claim again, how many times do they need to do this before it is deemed to much? It does make me wonder. Ignore my post and dyor.
srpactive
17/4/2018
10:16
M All points accepted, okay.
srpactive
17/4/2018
10:11
srpactive "Yes, but it is disgusting that all the shorters were spouting worry and unnerving investors" That is the nature of the beast. They will still be watching for any hiccups down the line. Personally I would like something like a tick-up rule to be brought into place but turn it on its head and just accept that if society deems shorting acceptable then use it as an opportunity to slowly build-up holdings in companies like the AA. I have started an investment in SAGA and am also looking at Topps Tiles. Topps Tiles will be a smaller investment though. All steady builds. No rushing here.
minerve
17/4/2018
10:07
Applied Quantitative Research ======================== Isn't it time the US and UK worked together? ===================================== Ignore my post and dyor.
srpactive
17/4/2018
09:58
Let the shorts burn, should be all closed by the time this jumps back to 150p
blondeamon
17/4/2018
09:52
M Ignore my post and dyor.
srpactive
17/4/2018
09:19
Steady as she goes folks.
minerve
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