Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Angling Direct Plc LSE:ANG London Ordinary Share GB00BF1XGQ00 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 40.00 9,756 07:38:36
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
38.00 42.00 40.00 40.00 40.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Leisure Goods 72.47 4.02 3.98 10.1 30
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
10:01:32 O 1,860 39.889 GBX

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Angling Direct Daily Update: Angling Direct Plc is listed in the Leisure Goods sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ANG. The last closing price for Angling Direct was 40p.
Angling Direct Plc has a 4 week average price of 39p and a 12 week average price of 39p.
The 1 year high share price is 76.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 39p.
There are currently 75,621,993 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 6,938 shares. The market capitalisation of Angling Direct Plc is £30,248,797.20.
gary1966: Not sure what the hell has gone on with the price today but took the opportunity to add 60K at sub 45p. Everything the company has reported is that things are going well. Stuffed with cash, very low P/E and even more so if you look at the cash adjusted P/E. Short term technicals completely bombed out at as near to zero as you are going to get.
gary1966: I was under the impression the margin improvement was as a consequence of own brands, that have a larger margin, taking a larger share of the sales mix. I can't but think that if people return to the shops that, that shift is going to accelerate. £300k loss in EU which was mainly down to Brexit related issues that have now been mitigated with the opening of the warehouse. I would like to think that the revenue lost last year will return, and some, and so would expect those losses to go away. Marketing doesn't look as though it is of the high cost variety as it is local and social media advertising. If anything it strengthens my case as to why they expect profits to fall. Growing market share both in the UK and EU is partly by consolidation of a fragmented sector. Also web presence is much stronger than small competitors. Pricing power will be greater as well which will attract new customers. With the exception of store staff and marketing and social content staff all other categories have declined in terms of numbers. Overall 3 extra staff in return for four new stores, seems a good ratio to me. You would think boosting marketing and social content resources would be earnings enhancing. As I said I can't get my head around it as everything seems to point to increased profitability.
tr200g: I.think the lowish ebitda growth is due to A higher European losses as they start marketing B removal of govt support income C their innate conservatism D the comments on growing market share indicate they will be investing in price to drive competitors under E growth in headcount. See note 9. There's c 100 non store or warehouse staff. I think management taking a shorter term view (private equity...?) Would cut half of those heads and add 1.5m to PBT The have a team of three doing photography for the website and social media.... This does mean their website photos of the products and supporting YouTube account is market leading and creates the gold standard in the industry You will note that founders Martyn page and William hill have not sold any shares for years and support this long term thinking
gary1966: This is showing as an RSNON and so some may have missed it. hTTps://
tole: of the netThe cost of living crisis is a danger to all retail stocks as consumer spending power falls. Fishing equipment specialist Angling Direct (LSE: ANG) is no exception. Though I'd argue that niche retailers like this are better placed to ride out the storm.Angling is one of those passions for which spending tends to remain resilient during upturns and downturns. In fact I'm considering buying this penny stock given the pace at which the hobby is growing.The number of anglers in the UK ballooned during Covid-19 lockdowns. Recent data from Statista suggests that there's plenty more upside to come, too. It believes the European fishing equipment market will grow at an annualised rate of 6% to 2026 and be worth $2.9bn by then.Angling Direct's sales rose an extra 7.2% in the financial year to January 2022, continuing its recent strong momentum. And last month the business opened a distribution hub in The Netherlands to sell products across the European Union.
tole: DirectSome people spend their spare time casting around in the stock market for promising shares to buy. Others prefer to rest on the riverbank casting for fish. The two come together in the form of Angling Direct (LSE: ANG).The company is a retailer of angling supplies. As its name suggests, it has a sizeable digital commerce operation. But the company has also been building a network of retail branches. I think that two-pronged approach makes sense. The retail network can help build awareness of the company as well as serving anglers who prefer to buy in person. Meanwhile, the digital operation helps the company build national scale.Even in a world with online retail beasts, I think there is a place for specialist retailers. Their focus and customer service can help them build a reputation with a particular target customer group. Anglers are often happy to spend on their hobby and I expect the popularity of fishing to endure. There are risks – for example, a cyber attack not only hurt the company's reputation but also lost it some sales. That might happen again. But I am tempted to take a bite on the shares.
argylerich: A few nibbles but no big bites yet. Was lucky to pick a few yesterday at 49. I get the impression that Europe is going to be the big break for ANG or it'll become a market 'meh'
gary1966: Price already starting to move up this morning and so it would suggest that yesterdays large trades were clearing an overhang. Hopefully this can move back up to the 80-90p range in the run up to the full year trading update in 3-4 weeks time. Price just got too silly of late.
gary1966: Company has done £4.4m EBITDA at half way stage but are only confident enough to say that it will be no less than £5m for the full year. That would be quite a collapse in profitability from previous periods. Appreciate that it has been flagged that the 3rd qtr will be down on a distorted comparative last year. Is the market latching on to this and the reason for the continued fall in the share price? Is the CEO always overly cautious in his projections? Also I am confused on some of the P/E ratios that are banded around for this one as they look way too high even if cash is not adjusted for. Can't really see how the P/E can be anything more than 8 and just over 4 if adjusting for cash. Any thoughts assistance would be appreciated.
tole: penny stock is up almost 20% in 2 days! Here's why it could rise moreManika Premsingh | Thursday, 14th October, 2021 | More on: ANGA pile of British one penny coins on a white background. Image source: Getty ImagesAIM stock Angling Direct (LSE: ANG) was up around 11% day before yesterday following its robust results. It closed up by another 8.5% today. This means, that in two days, it is up by almost 20%! But its performance over the past year was not spectacular before this week. It is up by nearly 25% now, but until its latest results were out, all the gains made over the year had been wiped out. So, its share price was not significantly above last year's levels. I think this is an important point to consider when figuring out whether to buy the stock or not. What happened to the Angling Direct share price?To answer the above question, I went back to its last results released in May. I had written about it then, and my sense was that its share price could continue to rise in the present environment. At that time, the environment was one of overall bullishness in the stock markets. The FTSE 100 index had been rising pretty much steadily for the last few months since vaccines were announced in early November. Since then, however, stock markets have been more moody. Longer-than-expected pandemic-related disturbances, rising prices and a slow recovery have weighed them down. I reckon this shows up in Angling Direct's share prices as well, along with some expected moderation in growth from the lockdown boom. The penny stock had a value of 86p when its full-year results were released in May, and has fallen by more than 17% since. It did not help that its price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio at 26 times at the time, looks high in hindsight. What's next for the penny stock?However, I think fortunes may be about to look up for the now-beaten-down stock. Based on today's results, I estimate its P/E ratio calculated from the last 12 months' earnings is around 13 times. This is half the P/E it had until a few months ago.This alone makes it an attractive stock to me. Especially considering that strong earnings growth it has recently seen. Its earnings per share, for instance, are up by 83% from last year. So, at the current share price, its P/E could fall even more if it keeps up with this performance over the rest of the year. This could make it even more attractive. What I'd doI think we can continue to expect a rise in its share price over time from this point on, barring any unforeseen developments with the company. I do not, however, think that it will rise fast. The broader environment has weakened considerably. Numbers on the UK's recovery released yesterday show continued sluggish growth. And while the company has not so far been affected by inflation, it does say that it is not immune to cost pressures. But for my long-term investments, I still think this is a stock to buy.
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