Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
BCA Marketplace LSE:BCA London Ordinary Share GB00BP0S1D85 ORD £0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 214.50p 214.50p 214.75p 217.00p 213.75p 217.00p 193,500 12:03:30
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 2,029.7 56.4 5.2 41.3 1,673.63

BCA Marketplace Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/10/2017
16:11
To Short BCA the sheriff of AIM must be demented. He's shooting in the wrong town. 1. 95.73% institutional ownership 2. Premium listing on 16th Oct -> 3. increased trading liquidity 4. potential FTSE inclusion 5. Webuyanycar clear market leader 6. increasing profits etc
liquidkid
12/10/2017
18:03
Well I used the tip as the catalyst to sell out of MVI.
mad foetus
12/10/2017
17:22
507 whatever; share price admitted error on BOO and calle4d it well as a long. It also got right: Quindell, GKP, XEL, Cupid, Sefton, all the china frauds, DAN, AERO, MYSQ and a long list of others. No wonder you subscribe even if your memory is selective/defective
pabloiom
12/10/2017
12:46
5070481, Why do you subscribe to Shareprophets if you've never been a huge fan?
bbmsionlypostafter
12/10/2017
10:49
Shareprophets have come out with BCA as their short for the Autumn. INteresting read. Never been a huge fan of them though. GBO was their one success iremember but then they also slammed BOO at 30p which was clearly ridiculous
5070481
06/9/2017
13:28
whistleblower31 - "PCP financing for the purchase of vehicles is running into headwinds, possibly the next PPI." I don't know much about PCP financing, but what I do know is that you never own the vehicle, if you don't own it that means somebody else does and that person (or company) can change the terms at almost any time. I have never, and will never, buy a vehicle on PCP terms. Like yourself I also have been reading about the dangers of PCP, seems to me everything is fine while rates are at 0.25% but we both know that ain't gonna last forever, Have dipped my toe in on BCA, they go ex div next week, I'm always looking for good dividend paying companies.
losos
10/7/2017
20:13
There has been a cluster of director dealing on this one. It's definitely a buy, rising turnover, good cashflow generation and high ROCE. PCP financing for the purchase of vehicles is running into headwinds, possibly the next PPI. This would play into the hands of BCA. If diesel cars are phased out then the second hand marketplace for petrol cars could become incredibly vibrant.
whistleblower31
27/6/2017
07:42
Good results this am, what's not to like?
ayl30
24/5/2017
11:51
I missed that detail, normally bodes well. R2
robsy2
24/5/2017
11:33
Bought in here this am. Liked this from trading update "The Board is also pleased to announce that it has engaged advisors on the work-streams to be completed for its stated intention to move to the Premium segment of the Official List. This work is expected to be completed over the summer months with the move taking place before the end of the year."
ayl30
06/2/2017
07:41
Thoughts on the refinancing?
from8to800
31/1/2017
07:12
When will three be an update/results?
from8to800
08/1/2017
12:05
Bid speculation hovering over Northgate with Redde and BCA potential suitors - http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2017/01/07/new-northgate-boss-drives-straight-speculation-activist-investor/
gleach23
06/1/2017
16:36
Big 3 million order today. Would be surprised if it was a sell considering the day closed up.
from8to800
15/12/2016
13:04
It's funny how advfn attributes buy or sell labels to orders. The 100k order this morning looks like a buy (price is actually higher than its preceding order) and yet it's marked as a sell... Weird.In any case, from the weekly chart the stock still seems to be under accumulation.
from8to800
08/12/2016
13:33
JP Morgan Cazenove today reaffirms its overweight investment rating on BCA Marketplace Plc (LON:BCA) and raised its price target to 220p (from 200p).
petewy
01/12/2016
13:40
Strange that Mascronicguy doesn't put the Market Capitalisation into the headers. This value that the market prescribes is the single most important reference point to derive any comparable metric from. The number of shares alone are meaningless without price. You can have a million shares in a company but it does not mean you are a millionare. They are most probably worthless. Its kind of like having a little sack of coins but not knowing what coins they are. If one has a 14.61% holding in this company, how much is that worth? If the net debt is £255mn what is the EV? how much of the MktCap relates to WBAC etc. Another insight is this Mascronicguy bans posters who differ in opinions to his own. He does this by creating many of the threads for the companies so that he has ownership of the thread. Traits of a bigoted uninformed investor.
ih_533224
28/11/2016
14:46
Thanks jatin Things are running well by the looks I am an indirect holder via mvi. Best R2
robsy2
28/11/2016
11:27
Here you go robsy2: ‘Amazon of cars’ sees profits motor Danny Fortson November 27 2016, 12:01am, The Sunday Times British Car Auctions sells a used car every 60 seconds Share Save BCA Marketplace, the company better known by its trading names British Car Auctions and webuyanycar.com, has the industry all sewn up. From the moment a car lands at Ellesmere Port or Grimsby, to when it arrives at the forecourt ready for sale, and is then resold years later, it’s likely BCA will be taking a cut. The company sells a used car every 60 seconds in Britain through its 23 auction sites and online. It is also the biggest buyer via Webuyanycar. Hard-charging boss Avril Palmer-Baunack likes to refer to the company as the “Amazon of cars”. So how has the mega-retailer done in the stormy months since June’s EU referendum? If City scribblers are to be believed, rather well. The company will reveal on Wednesday that profits for the six months through September have jumped by a fifth to £46m, according to broker N+1 Singer. It reckons better things are to come, having slapped a 220p price target on the stock. BCA’s shares closed at 175p, good for a 4% dividend yield. BCA is unlikely to hit that lofty goal via acquisitions. It has snapped up several rivals since Palmer-Baunack took over via the cash shell Haversham Holdings in March last year. She has bought SMA Vehicle Remarketing, car refurbisher Ambrosetti and, in July, Paragon Automotive, which processes and stores cars throughout Britain. That blitz of deals has inserted the company up and down the car ownership chain. Now it is up to Palmer-Baunack to squeeze more profit from the empire, which, including BCA’s European operations, sells 1.5m cars a year. At the heart of her efforts will be growing the finance operation. Four out of every five cars in Britain are bought on finance. That surge has two effects. It increases the turnover of cars because people swap them every few years when finance deals expire. And the interest payments open up a juicy new profit stream beyond sales fees. It’s all to play for at BCA. Buy.
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