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
  9.00 0.56% 1,605.50 1,606.00 1,609.50 1,619.00 1,535.00 1,572.00 2,154,298 16:35:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 4,499.6 1,059.5 166.1 9.7 7,670

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08/2/2019
15:11
GAP at 1934 filled. Next is 1870 but I'm not sure it will go for it. 1915 would not surprise me. I am not expecting the gaps in the 1700s' to fill unless there is a market wide sell off.
bracke
07/2/2019
18:13
bracke Your latest post and my editing of 56465 seem to have crossed in the ether - if we dip to 1700 and hang on till the new tax year I would certainly be a buyer at that level - it would be rude not to :-)
ianwwwhite
07/2/2019
18:07
ian Mater's holding still being held. It might be useful to fill a couple of the gaps below to remove any doubt and pave the way for a rise to Nirvana (£24). Interesting to note the very low volume yesterday and to-day. The price action for to-day shows minimal buying to support the share price
bracke
07/2/2019
17:55
bracke Be careful what you wish for, are you still holding Maters position open? There still seems to be a gap open at 1700, might we go all the way? :-)
ianwwwhite
07/2/2019
16:58
Too damned right it does! If you look at the shorter time frames you will see it did attempt to retrace back to 1980 but there was insufficient support. First gap filled. Next is at 1934....could we be so lucky as a continued drop to fill it?
bracke
07/2/2019
16:52
bracke ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ BTW 1980 recorded. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ AHT dropped like a stone to 1959 without pausing at 1980 - does this count as a prediction fulfilled in TA circles? :-) More importantly, did you make any money?
ianwwwhite
07/2/2019
15:24
1964 would fill the first gap.
bracke
07/2/2019
14:09
Good day fenners Carney is far more 'Political' than his predecessor ever was. They consider themselves democratic, their words and actions prove they are not.
bracke
07/2/2019
14:06
OK Disco £24. Mater will be be waiting. BTW 1980 recorded.
bracke
07/2/2019
13:13
Just listen to Mark Carney and the journo's questions. They all have an anti-brexit ajenda as in despite best employment ever we get loaded questions about how brexit uncertainty is wrecking the economy .... Of course the German economy is perhaps ahead going into recession, the Italians just downgraded GDP forecasts - we are still in the EU so are they saying now there could be an EU recession that does not affect GB ? No - conveniently forgetting that.... Anti brexit establishment in full swing - need to keep that trough so they can get their snouts in there....
fenners66
07/2/2019
12:50
Good afternoon bracke.Nope not lowered my target, £27 fair value IMO, the £25 was a broker target if I recall and I merely stated (34 days ago) that "you can buy me a pint if we hit £25 within this calendar year" - I also posted hitting £24 by finals in June could be possible. However the £24 by June, or £25 anytime in 2019 were just side bets and would mean you owe me another pint or two!, or three (£20 already hit) if they come to fruition.
discodave4
07/2/2019
11:20
Good day ian You are correct. It is not my intention to sell at 1980. I am looking for a sell signal on the daily which as I posted has not occurred but did signal a sell on the hourly. They are separate. Good day ohojim "I've been looking for a personal assistant for ages, as I tend to forget things." =================================================================================== Indeed. Keep your friends close and your enemies closer! Good day Disco See above reply to ian. I thought you were in agreement with the forecast of £25 not £24. Have you lowered your expectations?
bracke
06/2/2019
19:25
Hi bracke,And it closed with the bid bang on breakeven!.........what a dilemma, did you sell at BE?All the best anyway, £24 by June double or nothing?
discodave4
06/2/2019
17:55
Thanks bracke. I've been looking for a personal assistant for ages, as I tend to forget things.
ohojim
06/2/2019
17:54
Hi bracke, Thanks for sharing your thoughts, I am trying to understand the financial implications of your sell and buyback strategy. If the retrace is limited to 1980p then in simple terms there is a nominal profit of 20p per share on a rebound back to the current level. To make that worthwhile Mater would have to deal in say 5,000 shares to make a £1,000 profit - I assume she does not have a spread-betting account, and those shares would cost <>£99,000 to buy outright at 1980p. Is this how it works or am I missing something?
ianwwwhite
06/2/2019
17:40
The hourly is indicating a retrace to approx 1980. The daily hasn't quite provided the signal I was looking for to sell. Break even including all costs is £20.13.
bracke
06/2/2019
17:23
ohojim "Sorry bracke, couldn't resist :-)" ====================================== You should have. It will be remembered.
bracke
06/2/2019
16:42
At least discussion on the share buy back has disappeared till someone mentions it again.
uppompeii
06/2/2019
15:48
Sorry bracke, couldn't resist :-)
ohojim
06/2/2019
15:46
Indeed. That'a why I'm monitoring the situation. I'm surprised at the response to the idea of break even and to the possibility of a sizeable retrace. It appears that there is a view that it will keep going to £24/£25 without much of a retrace.
bracke
06/2/2019
15:43
bracke 31 Jan '19 - 18:43 - 90421 of 90473 "I enter and exit too soon." ============================= Premature entry and exit a common 'complaint'.
ohojim
06/2/2019
15:33
"it would not be unusual" ========================= Not a certainty but a reasonable probability.
bracke
06/2/2019
15:19
Following such a rise and horizontal price action it would not be unusual for a largish retrace. If such a retrace were to occur it could be advantageous to sell and buy back in when the retrace complete. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ This I gotta see!
ianwwwhite
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