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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
  -20.50 -1.18% 1,712.50 1,711.00 1,714.00 1,777.00 1,699.00 1,745.50 302,635 16:35:17
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Automobiles & Parts 611.8 -466.0 -543.0 - 1,990

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12/9/2021
12:30
Https://www.autocar.co.uk/car-news/industry-news-corporate/aston-martin-chassis-guru-becker-set-take-new-role-mclaren
swiss tony
06/9/2021
08:36
Swiss Tony aka C2468...."keeping your findings to yourself" but can't stop posting propaganda. More proof you are paid to frustrate the share price. A sad world we live in atm.
yorkie56
03/9/2021
13:28
Remember Stroll's reaction when the F1 team got done for cheating? This is the same belligerent ​reaction. He found out 18 months after buying a company that the previous management had signed a deal with other parties that he knew NOTHING about. He doesn't like it because it royally screws up his plan of profitability by 2024/25. I fear the AML buy-out was bravado over due diligence. You do know that this Nebula contract applied to Valkyrie, Valhalla AND Vanquish sales don't you? That affects 2021, 2022, 2023 2024 AND 2025 income.
swiss tony
03/9/2021
13:20
Do you believe everything the company (ie Stroll) says? If you do, there is not much point asking me. You all seem to know everything, so from now on I am keeping my findings to myself. With regard to your 'royalties' point though, maybe you need to read more before you decide you know all answers. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-06-22/aston-martin-sues-dealer-over-deposits-for-3-5-million-valkyrie and this from AML RNS: "In 2016, the prior management team of Aston Martin entered into an arrangement with Nebula Project AG to underpin the development of the Aston Martin Valkyrie and certain other mid-engine programmes. Under the terms of this agreement Nebula Project AG was to receive royalty payments, which could have been significant over time, linked to production volumes of these programmes and Nebula Project AG meeting its funding commitments. As a result of the termination of this commercial agreement with Nebula Project AG, Aston Martin is no longer liable for any of these potential royalty payments." The rest you can work out yourselves. The earnings call stated £15m this year and circa £10m next btw. With no comment on any other future years. "Under the terms of this agreement Nebula Project AG was to receive royalty payments which could have been significant over time" if AML lose the court case, which I am almost 99% sure they will, then that's my point about future profits. “The financial impact of not having received all the deposited funds is expected to be outweighed by the benefit from the termination of the Nebula agreement and associated potential royalty payments,” So if AML lose the court case, they stand to lose A LOT more than £15m in future years.
swiss tony
03/9/2021
12:03
@Swiss Tony, was just looking at your comments on 27th Aug re: the ‘Swiss Chaps’ and this court case. Just from what I read, the potential hit is £15m and even during the last investor call I believe the guys said they’re still on target to hit the targets regardless of how that court case falls. Basically those Swiss guys took early deposits and paid AML who in turned used it in the development of the car. The deal was they’d get some additional commission (not royalties because that’s totally different). The rub here is the Swiss guys were apparently taking that additional money directly from customers too - which is what Stroll & co have an issue with. I don’t believe they’re going to paying the Swiss guys ongoing for every car made, that would assume that those guys somehow own some IP on the car - which they don’t. Correct me if I’m wrong, always respect your opinion.
astonbroome
02/9/2021
12:36
Swiss tony.....are you still working for that Singapore investment house trying to deramp the aml share price?.
yorkie56
31/8/2021
11:37
Added a little for the medium term, feeling relaxed about the future
bashor
30/8/2021
11:57
Bentayga sales in the covid year of 2020: 4140 DBX sales in 2021(!!!) will be around 2000-2500 based on run rates from Q4 2020, Q1 & Q2 2021. Matching Bantayga or Urus sales is a pipe dream, sober up chaps! Sport & GT sales will be 2500-2600 (half what they were in 2019), so total sales based on H1 run rates are around 5800. No chance all the Valkyries will be shipped before 2022 so I fully expect that number to drop too. The DBX is keeping AML alive, but hardly the runaway success Stroll makes it out to be.
swiss tony
27/8/2021
16:17
It’s a classic claim and counter claim case, not going to worry myself, £15m already in this years numbers
bashor
27/8/2021
12:45
Thanks for the info Swiss. Let's wait and see. I'm convinced sales of the DBX will increase inline with those of the Bentayga for Bentley. Will know 4th Nov.
pwal
27/8/2021
12:27
Nope, Palmer signed a deal with the 2 Swiss guys, under the condition that the Valkyrie would not cost AML or it's shareholders any money. So the deal was the Swiss guys funded most of the R&D and AML would pay back through sales of Valkyrie, Valhalla and Vanquish. Hence why I said profit will be a long way off if they lose that case, as they will then have to pay the Swiss with every car sold. AML are paying £25k for EVERY car sold on the debt interest, hence why they are loss making. Paying someone else more on top of that would not be good news at all. In, fact, it would virtually guarantee AML never making a profit. Stroll just ripped the agreement up and and is now suing the Swiss guys. I highly doubt that AML will win, the law is the law.
swiss tony
27/8/2021
12:02
I thought they were only talking about deposits? That doesn't amount to a lot.
pwal
27/8/2021
11:56
No one commenting on what happens if AML lose the court case? I reckon it would dent the share price by 20/30%. Stroll can kiss goodbye to his ebitda positive by 2024... without a shadow of a doubt.
swiss tony
27/8/2021
10:19
Hasn't that been around since 2019?
pwal
27/8/2021
08:58
Mercedes-AMG GT 63 hybrid due next week, power unit could well be going to make its way into the DBX
bashor
26/8/2021
08:11
It doesn't matter what Stroll says, he lies and exaggerates all the time. The city need to see action, not words. The share price has more than doubled since bankruptcy was staved off, that's a decent and fair move. I'd say the price is about right. After all the cost saving by Moers, AML is still a loss-making company churning through cash every month. The Valhalla was unveiled as they DESPERATELY need the deposit money, don't get fooled by the propaganda. Still massive problems with Valkyrie construction and of course the court case. What do you think will happen to the share price if AML lose that court case, and we find out how much money AML have to pay the 2 Swiss chaps, as they funded development of the Valkyrie in a deal Stroll just ripped up? Everything is not rosy, far from it, this is still on a knife-edge and could go either way, and it's priced accordingly.
swiss tony
25/8/2021
10:35
Astonbroome, agreed not sure what else can be said so it comes down to the proof is in the pudding, all in good time, I’ll be here when it doubles from here…… many won’t
bashor
25/8/2021
08:18
Have to say, the press around these two ‘new’ cars has been good, but I’m a lil surprised we haven’t seen more volume and a bigger uptick in the share price I mean, Stroll has said all the risk is behind us, no more funding required, the cars are getting rave reviews, the fundamentals are moving in the right direction. What more do we need? Seems like the next test for analysts is becoming EBITDA positive???
astonbroome
20/8/2021
13:31
Maybe JP Morgan are more astute than we think, with the share price heading towards £17 ;) Another huge sell of 40k shares today, that's £760k, ouch. No wonder it's being walked down.
swiss tony
07/8/2021
15:48
JP bringing up the rear again. Nothing easier than following a rising share price with a lagging price target! I am in the wrong job.... ;)
swiss tony
07/8/2021
15:03
I think the key thing about JP Morgan is that they’re back in the ring analysing the stock. They’d stopped covering it a little while ago, so their revisit can only be seen as a positive.
astonbroome
06/8/2021
07:51
Nope, but I took a load at 17.20 ;)
swiss tony
05/8/2021
13:53
Yeah, i was waiting for you to post that, lol.Do you still have a buy order at 16 quid?
anony mous
05/8/2021
11:20
Yeah, JP Morgan update with a £17 target.
swiss tony
03/8/2021
12:37
JP Morgan upgrades AML yesterday.
anony mous
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