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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Aston Martin Lagonda Global Holdings Plc AML London Ordinary Share GB00BN7CG237 ORD GBP0.10
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
80.50 4.34% 1,937.00 16:35:15
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
1,851.50 1,825.00 1,939.00 1,937.00 1,856.50
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swiss tony: Morning Astonbroome, Thanks for the links. I saw the Forbes article, pretty vacuous if you ask me, basically more hyperbole as they have bought in. Let's aim for 10k car sales per year then think about beating that, even 10k sales per annum is a 4 year target and a 66% rise from here, they are getting ahead of themselves. Lot of work to be done before then imho. I'd say 6000 sales this year seems a pretty safe bet, so looking forward to Q1 results next week. Anything close to 1500 sales for Q1 is a good result as it's the slowest quarter in the year. Then we can look forward to Valkyrie launch in H2 (hopefully) and a new DBX variant also. The only thing that saved Tesla is bitcoin trading, hah. I wouldn't touch them at this price, but some will. Deliverpoo... their valuation even now is steep, and it's dropped what 40%? Similar IPO disaster to AML tbh, main holders exiting with millions as retail investors take the hit. Nice to see the markets settle down a bit to be honest, the hot money is exiting as people go back to a more normal life.... in US/UK anyway. It'll be interesting to where the share price goes next, Adeem still selling some now and again, but results next week, hmmmmm..... What would your share price guess be if they hit 10,000 sales? I need to work that out myself. Anyone?
astonbroome: Also new institutional investors jump onboard? hxxps://
swiss tony: Be careful out there. Retail investors are 'all in' and the general market is looking toppy to me. I'm not saying AML or the market will drop a lot, but beware of catching falling knives. I took some more at 1900 today but have plenty cash in case it drops lower too.
astonbroome: Hello everyone, how are we doing? Choppy waters huh! @swisstony long time, how are you keeping?! European car numbers are out for AM. hxxps:// Feb numbers: DBX 35 DBS. 13 DB11 10 Vantage 23 Not the best figures, anyone will agree on that. Europe is entering round 3 lockdown and some people would see this as a year on year decline compared to 2020 but smarter LTH can’t/ won’t compare jan 2020 to jan 2021 although people obviously are, hence sell off. It’s a long term hold and anyone fretting over these fluctuations has clearly bought in with the wrong expectations. Look at the US Nasdaq right now for example, it’s all over the place, with the interest going up on bond yields, the fed seemingly not interested. But smart investors will be buying these dips and looking for upside when the storm blows over (predicting by august). Same is true here, but I think it’s going to be 2021/2022 really we’ll see some serious movements.
rem108: N BRIEF: Aston Martin non-exec director buys GBP950,000 in shares bal Holdings PLC- Gaydon, Warwick-based luxury automaker - Non-Executive Director Michael de Picciotto buys 50,000 shares via Saint James Invest... Good luck to all Aston Martin investors
bashor: I’ll add more if it hits £15 although this could well be a good entry point for new investors
norman29: ARGGD 06:17 01/07/21 Aston Martin Lagonda upgraded to Buy from Neutral at Citi Citi analyst Angus Tweedie upgraded Aston Martin Lagonda to Buy from Neutral. With a new management team in place, the DBX launched, the balance sheet re-financed and a technology agreement in place, the business is "significantly de-risked," Tweedie tells investors in a research note. The analyst see an attractive entry point and 40% upside.Read more at:
astonbroome: @ZinoS73 if you want to know why Aston martin did it you can read it in the prospectus. They did it to reduce volatility and lure in bigger investors. It would be negative if they did it and there was any big news to go with it. But with all the big news we’ve had this year I’m not too worried. Now Aston Martin needs to start building sales numbers, but I suspect that will only start happening towards the backend of next year, start of 2022. Did I say I was long on Aston Martin? Is RobinGood still talking about pence? SMH
astonbroome: I guess some on here would have had FOMO back in August (possibly June) and bought at the peaks, and have been sweating ever since. Those non real investors are going to be jumping off ship right now. BYE! Expecting some new names to this BB very soon. @RobinGood I hope you stay though, your thoughtful knowledge and insight have been most useful. Especially your predictions of 36p and recent upgrade into the 50’s it shows positive sentiment to the stock which has been reflected in the market. LOL.
deedoz1: They pump and dump leaving more high and dry, this will be how they create liquidity and all said I think another share dilution will be avoided using this method. Either way investors have pain. Another share dilution would hack off Wolff and the gang and other investors, this way only the average Joe gets screwed, the lesser of two evils.
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