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|10% price surge from 420 to 460 to buy today, has this share been tipped somewhere?|
|Well these have been a tad tricky to but of late!
Never mind, now i have finished loading up the price will no doubt re-trace heavily and provide better opportunities. I certainly liked the narrative of expanding oversees sales and my previous note to self which read something along the lines of "a tad expensive" were rather thrown in the bin.|
|Well, I'm pleased as a new investor.questionis, take profits or stick.?.|
|Safe to say ....bullish flag ripped off in gale!|
|Hopefully forming a bullish flag here...|
|Bought into these today. Breakout on v.high volume and scoring very highly on Stockopedia. Another bonus - it sits under the radar!|
|Good healthy buying volume and l2 suggests more rises to come short term|
|Thanks lanzaroteI noticed this company recently. So looking at|
|If you are wondering why the price is up strongly today you should start with today's announcement.
They use the word strong or strongly thirteen times by my calculations.
And they say that you should buy into strength!
Panmure Gordon target reiterated at 385p
|Very strong first half and trading ahead of market expectations statement this morning.
Very pleasing. Expect higher broker target.
|Not a subscriber, but price moving up on the back of Buy suggestion in IC this week 'Buy Animalcare ahead of sales growth'|
|Results today and probably too boring for most. But I have taken a position.
Look at that upward trend, a story of consistent growth, rising dividends, strong cash generation and no debt.
Panmure still see it as a buy and have raised their target to 370p from 337p.
Looks to have some defensive qualities as well.
|Hitting a new high, if I'm not mistaken.
Last year we had a trading update on 9 July, maybe we are due one on Monday? Possible that some good news has leaked out in advance?|
|Heading towards resistance at 253p, although it's starting to look expensive on a forward P/E of 20. Maybe some news due about their product development projects?|
|True spread for 5000 shares has suddenly gone 206/207. A delayed trade to come ??|
|Did anyone attend the AGM today?|
|pre-close out this morning. Makes interesting reading:
The Board is pleased to report a solid trading performance for the year ended 30th June 2015. Revenues across the Group were up by 5.1% to £13.54m (2014: £12.88m) and underlying operating profits are at least in line with market expectations.
Revenue from sales of the Licensed Veterinary Medicines group was up 8.8% to £8.58m (2014: £7.88m) which includes encouraging sales of recently launched new products.
The Companion Animal Identification group revenues fell by 4.5% to £2.31m (2014: £2.42m), largely due to phasing of export equine chip sales where a substantial annual order was placed very late in the prior year. Whilst UK sales volumes were slightly up, net revenues were held back as a result of a national charity’s free microchipping campaign. Sales from the database services continued to rise in the year.
Sales from the Animal Welfare Products group rose by 2.6% to £2.65m (2014: £2.58m) with further improvement in gross profitability following the rationalisation of lower margin products in the prior year.
Overall underlying operating profit for the full year are at least £3.0m. The year-end cash position was £5.78m (30th June 2014: £3.81m). Continuing from the half year position, operating cash flows have been strong driven in particular by managed reduction in stock levels. Planned investment in our product pipeline in the year increased significantly on the prior year. Investment in the product development pipeline over the last two years is bearing fruit; three projects have reached important milestones in the second half and were submitted for regulatory approval.
Summary and Outlook
During the full year Animalcare launched five new products in the UK & Ireland, all on distribution. Pet Remedy was launched in the first half with sales above management expectations. Synthadon and Anaestamine were launched mid-way through the second half; both complement our increasing anaesthetics and analgesic ranges and are already selling strongly. Towards the end of the half Clavubactin and Fungiconazole were launched; the former is an antibacterial and the latter an antifungal medicine.
There is little evidence that dog owners are responding to the imminent compulsory chipping of dogs in England, Wales and Scotland (April 2016). However Animalcare has plans to grow microchip sales in the run up to this legislation and importantly the longer term.
The product development pipeline is progressing well with a further significant rise in capital expenditure forecast for the new financial year building on the increase in this reporting period.
Following the solid trading performance in the year, particularly from the Licensed Veterinary Medicines group, the Board remains confident about the prospects for the new financial year and is encouraged by the gaining momentum in the product development pipeline.|
|I'm hoping that someone knows something ...|
|Definitely going somewhere!|