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AHT Ashtead Group Plc

5,422.00
-74.00 (-1.35%)
14 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ashtead Group Plc LSE:AHT London Ordinary Share GB0000536739 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -74.00 -1.35% 5,422.00 5,430.00 5,434.00 5,530.00 5,400.00 5,508.00 960,269 16:35:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Heavy Constr Eq Rental,lease 9.67B 1.62B 3.6961 14.69 23.77B
Ashtead Group Plc is listed in the Heavy Constr Eq Rental,lease sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AHT. The last closing price for Ashtead was 5,496p. Over the last year, Ashtead shares have traded in a share price range of 4,437.00p to 6,180.00p.

Ashtead currently has 437,673,090 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Ashtead is £23.77 billion. Ashtead has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 14.69.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/3/2024
15:17
"The US indices all dropped…..well for the first 30 minutes or so anyway!, lol."
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A bear trap for the uninitiated.

bracke
12/3/2024
14:04
Good day Mr b"The CPI didn't make any difference"The US indices all dropped.....well for the first 30 minutes or so anyway!, lol.Have a good one.
disc0dave46
12/3/2024
13:57
Good day disc0

The CPI didn't make any difference. The only thing the market is interested in is a rate cut.


Good day palwing

A wedge is a standalone pattern. The s/r has formed what Bulkowski names a Rectangle Bottom (no rude comments please). Currently the 'Big Wedge' remains in 'play' but when the wedge is broken to the top or bottom the Rectangle Bottom comes into control.

I appreciate that many will consider all this TA 'Mumbo Jumbo' is a load of 'tosh'. It's just a method of describing price action as a means of deciding when to invest/trade.

bracke
12/3/2024
12:56
Can the high and low breakouts be considered for a redefined top and bottom of the big wedge, in effect elongating its time line?
palwing32
12/3/2024
12:53
Good afternoon Mr bGuess the US CPI will dictate once again.
disc0dave46
12/3/2024
12:10
Viewing the weekly chart shows that the 'Big Wedge' has been broken to the downside and to the upside but was unable to maintain momentum in either direction. Why?

Support at 4400 and resistance at 5790 have been strong and held the share price in that range for a year. Watch for a break AND a close outside of the range.

AHT WEEKLY

bracke
11/3/2024
12:04
Today's tongue twister...Big wedge bottom bounce bargain?
palwing32
08/3/2024
13:40
US Jobs 275k (forecast 200k) and Jan number reduced significantly, unemployment up to 3.9%.
disc0dave46
08/3/2024
13:24
You're level of analysis is mind blowing, must have taken you all of 15 seconds (so nothing new there then)
casket1
08/3/2024
13:10
As mentioned previously £45 looking likely now.
trt
08/3/2024
12:13
The share price is certainly 'taking a pasting' currently and has broken through the 50% Fib.

The share price is heading to the 38.2% Fib which coincides with the lower trendline of the Big Wedge. In addition the RSI is nearing its baseline. Putting the two together suggests the 38.2% Fib at 4955 is possible support.

The fall since the results appears overdone. As far as I can ascertain there has been no increase in shorting since I last mentioned it.

AHT DAILY

bracke
07/3/2024
20:46
... Or trt you could just have another wildly unfathomable guess..?
perfido
07/3/2024
20:05
Thanks Mr b for your analysis.Trt is just a wind up merchant, nothing more.Can't take anyone seriously whose favourite line is "got to be in it to win it". Classic, is that one of Buffetts?.
disc0dave46
07/3/2024
19:08
"25 to 1 against bracke geting a sensible answer from trt
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I am not expecting one.

Purely in the interest of fair play let us consider that trt is a closet chartist. I will attempt to consider his reasoning...yes he may have one so no booing and laughter.

Looking at the chart we see that the share price dropped from 5794 on 09 Aug 2023 to 4437 on 20 Nov 2023.

On 01 Mar 2024 it reached 5786 i.e.8 points lower than the previous 5794 major high. From where it has dropped to 5054 today (07 Mar 2024). Without going into a lengthy description of price action between the Aug/Nov and Mar/Mar comparison I draw attention to the S/R zones.

The share price needs to break and hold above the 61.8% Fib at 5276 to indicate buyers moving back in. If the share price drops and closes below the 50% Fib at 5116 it will indicate sellers still in control.

trt I do hope I have understood your reasoning although I think you are 'front running' too far at this stage of the price action. Perhaps 4950 would have been a more prudent consideration with the possibility of 4750 if 4950 fails to hold.


AHT DAILY

bracke
07/3/2024
18:04
Lol! I'm prepared to open a book on this -
- 25 to 1 against bracke geting a sensible answer from trt

St Jude, patron saint of lost causes might be trt’s last resort ?

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perfido
07/3/2024
16:54
Good day trt

"£45 looking likely now."
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If it is you should be suggesting £44 that's where the support would be if £45 was reached.

bracke
07/3/2024
15:39
Hi Disco,

You're right.

More like mice 46, trt 0 including todays feeble utterance

Get a life trt!!

P.S. 'trt' In all sincerity take a tip - Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to post rubbish and remove all doubt - with apologies to Mark Twain
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perfido
07/3/2024
15:07
£45 looking likely now.
trt
07/3/2024
13:33
Good day Mr bRe that Prechter video, mmmm, interesting but will admit I sort of switched off after about 21 minutes when he predicted based on operating cycles that we could get a crash this year similar to 2020 (Covid induced crash which according to stats now has a 2% probability of occurring again). Can't see that tbh. He's predicting a 30% market reversion this year and again I can't see that happening - TA aside what could realistically happen on a macro perspective to cause that?, inflation going back up?, possibly but the odds seem stacked up against that, WW3?, again not unrealistic but not too likely either (my glass half full thinking!).Whilst he called the 1987 market crash (Black Friday), did he call correctly: 1989 Friday 13th, early 1990 crash, dot com 2000, financial 2008, Covid 2020?.
disc0dave46
06/3/2024
23:40
Think the mouse is up a lot more than that!.
disc0dave46
06/3/2024
18:17
casket1

Good point. To my recollection trt has never posted anything of value.

I think he is working on the the basis 'even a blind cat catches a mouse sometimes'

To date, mouse +6 v trt +0

lol!

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perfido
06/3/2024
17:26
Just out of curiosity, are you bullish on any shares, as you always state the same thing every time you post. "Could see this drop below......" it's never up is it
casket1
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