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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Aston Martin Lagonda Global Holdings Plc LSE:AML London Ordinary Share GB00BN7CG237 ORD GBP0.10
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  3.85 2.83% 139.85 139.60 140.00 140.75 129.35 129.35 1,171,485 11:51:42
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Automobiles & Parts 1,095.3 -213.8 -165.9 - 163

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19/11/2020
15:03
Short this dog to 20p, you know it's a dead cert short when you see mugs like Swiss n Arja invested!!! pmsl, what a DOG!!!
chimpeska
19/11/2020
14:04
He’s got Constroll.

EDIT: It’s constrollidating.

robingood
19/11/2020
13:54
Yes arja, Stroll control
swiss tony
19/11/2020
13:30
just tested it to see if allowed to short AML and not allowed to by IG markets . a bit surprising with such a high volume stock !
arja
19/11/2020
13:29
I'm 63p off before it hits my 7p buy order
level 4
19/11/2020
13:23
thanks for interesting comments Swiss Tony and Robingood . I got it hit badly in OZ years ago holding spec stocks although no AIM market in OZ . I just trade using CFDs nowadays, mainly in the large companies, rarely holding overnight except sometimes with dual listed stocks in OZ and here such as VMUK . Certainly ALM might be worth watching closely for trading opp either going long or shorting . Thanks again .
arja
19/11/2020
13:07
Arja. This is a junk stock and is spiritually AIM. Mercedes will not nourish the company in the way that Geely has for Volvo or TATA has for JLR. This will go to 3p (probably with consolidation masking it). I’ve observed enough junk - and I also believe that Stroll isn’t the right fit. Bumbag anyone?
robingood
19/11/2020
12:50
I'd say the last couple of day's rises were froth, pure traders, so it drops just as fast when they exit.
Also, holders have found out Stroll wants to take away their pre-emptive rights, means he can dilute holders and create as many shares for himself and his mates at a whim, This is buried in the prospectus and what I was alluding to recently.
Lot of trust required in Stroll with that scenario.

Imho, 62p is fair price for AML right now, I am watching to see what happens with the general meeting first before I buy any more.

swiss tony
19/11/2020
12:47
so why did it tumble today although US falls has of course pulled UK stocks down ? I do not follow the fundamentals but no bad news out today I think . looks like more than just profit taking!
arja
19/11/2020
12:44
- says the man who so desperately wanted 3p - now that IS funny!
notetech
19/11/2020
12:25
:-) Tony knows too.
robingood
19/11/2020
12:22
pwahahaha, me too, bought yesterday and sold today more like.
swiss tony
19/11/2020
12:21
33000, I expect you sold-up today in reality.
robingood
19/11/2020
11:09
Haha

I sold up completely yesterday
Think my AML journey is at an end

33000
19/11/2020
10:39
I have placed a buy order at 7p..for the bankruptcy bounce to 24p
level 4
19/11/2020
10:34
Not too sure why AML would be different to Bentley selling 5000 Bentaygas a year?
pwal
19/11/2020
10:22
....Making love to a beautiful woman....
plat hunter
19/11/2020
10:20
I have the perfect username for a dodgy car salesman too.
You see Paul, selling cars is very much like..... ;)

swiss tony
19/11/2020
09:10
Good post, Swiss. A lot of people seem to forget that AML actually has to sell cars, in reasonable quantity. Maybe they could go into PPE instead
only who?
19/11/2020
08:45
Good timing swiss it seems, well done indeed
plat hunter
19/11/2020
07:44
Brilliant craic!
The Q3 results changed everything for me.
Stroll glossing over the fact they only sold 345 DBXs, the thing they need to succeed to save the company. If they had around 3000 on the order book they wold be shouting that from the rooftops. They didn't.

Basically they have taken on a £1bn loan, and are using that loan amount to repay the loan's interest. £123 million in interest payments due per annum, on the bonds alone.

So if they pass all resolutions in December, they go from £300m to 500m cash.
They burned though £500m cash in the last 9 months, in which space of time we have had 3/4 cash raises and dilution has multiplied the number of shares by 9!!! Hence the consolidation.

So I sold up, Stroll needs to do way more than just paper over the cracks and refuse to talk about them.

I reckon the share price will stay reasonably high to enable all shareholders to accept all AMLs resolutions at the AGM in December. What better way to make them happy than to put them in profit?
Who knows what will happen in the next year, I bet 2/3 dilutions at best.
Ken hinted at restructuring to bring max factory output down from 14000 cars to 10,000. Stroll will need money to fund F1 antics, whole lines needs redesigned and refreshed. DBX needs serious sorting with electric/hybrid...and they bring very little cash in.

DBX sales terrible, Valkyrie pushed back to Q3 2021, Valhalla now slated for 2023, Vanquish 2024 & 12 months until current range get a refresh.

Ooooooft!

swiss tony
18/11/2020
18:34
Yeah, because of consolidation. Too many shares about because PIs have been drowned rather than diluted.
swiss tony
18/11/2020
17:14
If you've read today's prospectus, you would know that is going to be over £5 in mid December. ?
chesil356
18/11/2020
16:19
Very weird, what the hell happened ??????
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