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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
16.00 0.89% 1,816.40 16:35:20
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
1,801.60 1,730.20 1,820.00 1,816.40 1,800.40
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Industry Sector
AUTOMOBILES & PARTS

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DateSubject
14/1/2021
14:15
bashor: I’ll add more if it hits £15 although this could well be a good entry point for new investors
10/1/2021
17:33
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:https://thefly.com/n.php?id=3222291
15/12/2020
21:49
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
18/11/2020
08:30
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.
30/10/2020
06:03
astonbroome: @Swiss Tony, this is positive news as the stable rating now paves the way for big boy investors to have a go. Still some way to go, mind. But comparing to where we were 7 months ago, a lot of pieces are falling into place. Patience is a virtue!
19/10/2020
14:28
astonbroome: Just had a laugh over at LSE boohoo chat, thought I'd come back on here and see how's tricks?! Zzzzzz same old! RobinGood is STILL talking about 3p!! ROTFL and Plat Hunter STILL talking about how bad the car looks LMFAO!!! The thing that really makes me laugh is this, you guys are watching the share price trade sideways everyday for how long now?! OMG, so funny. All the real investors have left this chat because there is zero point chatting about this on a daily basis, it's not a day trade stock. This is a buy as much as you can afford, and leave it for 2-3 years stock. I said back in June/ July, in these kinds of circumstances the stock will trade roughly +/- 10% around the 50p mark until the next QX report comes out. And guess what, over that past 4 months that's exactly what's happened. Anyway, I'm going to disappear for another month, or probably just before the Q3 report comes out and see if there is any more fun to be had! Good Luck!
09/10/2020
10:01
pwal: The high for the year was £6.35.What has changed? New Factory. New SUV. New investors.Can't wait until results day.
09/10/2020
08:58
swiss tony: Nice, share price held at 50p for Vettel to fill his boots. I've been investing for over 25 years and never seen a better potential turnaround story than this. A list of recent investors in AML: - Lawrence Stroll - multibillionaire from branding, high fashion company investing etc (Pierre Cardin, Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger and Michael Kors) - His consortium which you can read about here: (With a capital H, Plat ;) Https://drivetribe.com/p/force-indias-new-owners-a-consortium-Z8jmL-FQSmqB1GW1U-7V-g?iid=PdXKmwDFQK6fG92tWAkLDw - Toto Wolff, team principal/owner of Merc F1 team, worth £500M and loves picking up undervalued shares to have skin in the game. Holds £40M ish AML, just under 10% of his net worth. Be interesting to see where he ends up if Merc F1 is sold! - Seb Vettel, 4 times world champion F1 driver, shrewd as can be, obviously wanted in @ 50p, same as the placing price a few months ago. So they buy in, get all the bad news out the way around Covid times, keep perfectly quiet about DBX sales... no-one has a clue how many DBXs are sold Except everyone listed above. Https://www.thestar.com.my/business/business-news/2020/10/09/aston-martin-brings-high-performance-dbx-here Kuala Lumpur have sold 11, wait time is 1 year. AML's new factory can produce up to 5000 DBXs per year, which means lead times from ordering to delivery are about a year. So I'd guess the DBX sales are closer to 5000 than 2000. Anything close to 5000 DBXs per year will double AML's car sales annually. btw....4000 DBX units @ 170k each is £680 Million turnover per annum. Then let's see what Moers (ex head of AMG, who quadrupled their profits in a few years) does with the rest of the Aston lineup too. Your choice: Follow the names above, or all the traders on internet BBs. Q3 results (and an update on DBX sales) are 12 November, 2020.
20/8/2020
10:52
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.
07/7/2020
08:01
astonbroome: FYI the investors here: Citigroup reiterated it's neutral rating on AML. Last price target they set was 57p, but no price target set this time around, same as Peel Hunt (no price target). Given the overall neutral rating of the AML, I think analysts are literally on the fence and waiting for more detail from Stroll on how this 'reset' is going and probably more importantly how many DBX's have been sold. We know the de-stocking was pretty flat during Q2 (no surprises as everything was closed). We know they have already implemented cost saving measures, which appear to have saved them £20m already We know a good order book is being 'maintained', but Stroll needs to tell analysts and investors what this means more exactly. Q2 report won't be pretty, hopefully most of the expected drop is baked in following the recent trade update. I am preparing to add to this position pre or post the report.
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