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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Begbies Traynor Group Plc LSE:BEG London Ordinary Share GB00B0305S97 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 86.00 86.40 88.20 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 70.5 2.9 0.7 122.9 110

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26/3/2020
19:13
Some nice 50K trades going through
jeanesy
25/3/2020
18:56
Some larger trades at the close.
jeanesy
23/3/2020
11:43
HTTPS://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=7497457&from=2506
1 nhs
23/3/2020
10:37
Begbies will be involved heavily in the tailspin of insolvencies this devestating virus is creating. https://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/markets/article-8138757/Panicked-firms-call-insolvency-experts-crisis-worsens-amid-lockdown.html Further evidence to support that this company should be blue most days, but shorters are at work.
santangello
21/3/2020
11:44
I can see both replies to my assumption and it is fesable to understand what is being said.I am adding and am long here.
santangello
20/3/2020
13:11
There are no notifiable short positions in BEG, and I wouldn't think it would be an obvious target. Perhaps what you are seeing is cash raising by long holders? In this environment even gold gets sold off.
alex1621
20/3/2020
13:09
yes ive just bought another 5K worth so add to my Sipp.
stevieweebie2
20/3/2020
12:49
Even with the Government support, the share price is way, way too low on fundamentals alone....it is the shorters who have the upper hand here, but when they leave, the share price should head North very quickly i.m.h.o
santangello
19/3/2020
12:27
If Government policies keep companies alive for several months then the level of business for BEG may not appear as the UK gets back to normal.Same thing happened in 2008. The share price spiked and then tumbled as the insolvency levels remained low.
alex1621
19/3/2020
09:49
Panic selling in many places again today. Yield around 5% now. One would imagine business is booming and the yield might even come in over 5% but IGG just announced stronger than expected trading and saw its shares lose 10% so don't expect shares not to fall just because they are doing well.
aleman
19/3/2020
08:53
Short attack in progress ???
santangello
17/3/2020
21:03
"weak holders" may see more upside, more quickly, in companies whose share prices have halved and might well bounce back.
edmundshaw
17/3/2020
18:32
What I was thinking as well Sphere25. 75 looks attractive. I can only think that weak holders have exited and they are not coming back for the moment. Speculators might be eyeing other large gains to be made if they can judge the bottom or buy other shares which are greater bargains at the moment. BEG is a very good prospect, but more steady over the next year, rather than some large gains available possibly to speculators over a shorter period. The rock solid value players may still find BEG not attractive enough before more results.
magic
17/3/2020
12:03
You'd think folk would be buying stocks like BEG and CMCX, but there's so much fear and panic out there, they're dumping whatever the hell they can. Have this on the watchlist. There are going to be an enormous amount of blow ups now. All unnecessary because life should have carried on for the majority, but we have alot of daft folk in charge who have caused amazing damage.
sphere25
16/3/2020
10:54
Https://www.begbies-traynorgroup.com/news/firm-news/begbies-traynor-expands-specialist-debt-in-death-team “Too many people simply assume that debts die in death. Nothing could be further from the truth. In fact, creditors can lay claim on assets including the family home. “We are seeing a steady rise in the number of cases we are handling on behalf of family members of the deceased and/or the personal representatives of the estate who are duty bound to pay these debts off. “We are also working with more creditors who are unsure where to turn in getting substantial debts repaid that have been racked up by someone who is now dead.
aleman
12/3/2020
09:16
Whatever the short term support, I see some hospitality and entertainment industries being hit for the medium term. I wouldn't worry too much for Beg... Cruise ship booking anyone?? I don't mean to be facetious as the situation is tragic, but I think people will change their habits not just over the short term. And changes in habits mean changes in businesses...
edmundshaw
12/3/2020
09:03
Thanks for your thoughts. No shortage of government support (ie BEG bad news!) for SME's in Rishi's budget yesterday but how EFFECTIVE/TARGETED will it be? Lifelines may come from all directions and be painted as very virtuous?.My intuition is that IMO we still see a lot of business failures - however, (I note your extended timeframe) am I sufficiently patient to wait and watch?.Cheers, tightfist
tightfist
11/3/2020
10:35
The last recession was not typical, being driven by a banking liquidity crunch that was sharp - but short - meaning it did not wash into the general economy as much as some recessions. Banking/finance activity can hammer GDP without as many job losses and insolvencies. This recession was looking set to be a more typical one until CV-19 kicked in. I think of it as a more generally cyclical recession with a crisis laid on top of it which could make it a little worse or a lot worse. I'd expect BEG shares to do better this time though the response of central bankers and politicians is always a little unpredictable. free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
aleman
11/3/2020
10:23
I invested a year or two after the financial crisis. If my memory serves me right it spiked up to the 150 mark then crashed down as the business failed to deliver due to the lower amount of bankruptcies. I bought in at the lower amounts, about 56p, believing it was only a matter of time. It was a serial disappointment. On the bright side, if you hold, we might see that spike up again this time. Good luck to all.
alex1621
09/3/2020
11:46
PS: My only Blue share today......
tightfist
09/3/2020
11:45
An interesting point/concern? There is surely the prospect of massive virtuous government handouts to "save" those companies that will be floored by CV, although the FlyBe administration suggests not, at least from the Get-Go?.I am not sure if multiple rescues could happen within the EU context in 2020 (but will everything be up for grabs?) or pushed into 2021? . A real concern for the BEG & CV investment hypothesis? tightfist
tightfist
09/3/2020
08:34
I held BEG a couple of years after the last financial crisis, on the basis that its business would ramp up. That never quite happened, as many zombie companies stayed alive due to government/bank of England policies. I wonder if this time will be different?
alex1621
04/3/2020
14:09
Pfffttt, hacks.
farnesbarnes
04/3/2020
13:25
Https://www.fool.co.uk/investing/2020/03/03/this-growth-stock-has-surged-10-today-i-think-its-too-good-for-isa-investors-to-miss/
aleman
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