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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% 147.00 147.00 149.80 - 27,853 08:56:43
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 83.8 1.9 0.1 1,470.0 226

Begbies Traynor Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/2/2022
09:20
Surprised at drop today. Maybe they were not bullish enough in their statement for the year ahead.With a clear momentum in increasing insolvencies and also the unprecedented cost inflation and supply chain squeeze, who wants to bet against rising insolvencies over the next 12 months?In addition, commercial property will start flooding the auction market as commercial tenants are finally evicted, post covid moratorium on evictions.
boonkoh
23/2/2022
08:40
Have been preserving cash of late, but have topped up as at these prices, I think it's a bargain for the longer term.
2vdm
21/2/2022
07:38
Also rated as a buy at current price by OMG
2vdm
16/2/2022
16:43
https://www.fool.co.uk/2022/02/16/2-cheap-dividend-paying-stocks-to-buy-right-now-2/A top counter-cyclical stockBegbies Traynor Group (LSE: BEG) also looks like one of the best stocks to buy in today's economic climate. The insolvency specialist has a long record of yearly profits growth behind it, a result of the company's ongoing (and ambitious) acquisition strategy. I'm tipping earnings to continue rising strongly as Britain's economy worsens.Unfortunately insolvencies are rising fast as inflationary pressures increase and the end of financial support from furlough schemes bites. The Insolvency Service says that the there were 1,560 corporate insolvencies in January, up from 1,488 in December. January's number was also more than double that recorded in January 2021.Recent trading updates from Begbies Traynor's services also illustrate the increasing turbulence facing British firms. Revenues soared 39% in the six months to October, latest financials showed. Encouragingly the company has continued to build the business to capitalise on this fertile environment. In January it snapped up Daniells Harrison Surveyors for a fee that could rise to £2m.It's true that Begbies Traynor operates in a highly-regulated environment. This means profits could suffer badly if new laws come into effect. But at current prices I still think it's an attractive UK share to buy today. It trades on a forward PEG ratio of just 0.5. A 2.8% dividend yield meanwhile offers an extra sweetener for an investor like me.
tole
16/2/2022
12:10
Been buying more myself, insolvencies appear to be heading north
daneswooddynamo
16/2/2022
11:37
Bouncing off support nicely.....ahead of next months Trading Update. Once upward trend breaks 122p, I shall resume buying larger tranches and treat the same as an upward price confirmation. This is just technical observance, not even taking into account of how strongly the company has (and expectedly) continues to perform.
santangello
13/2/2022
20:38
Oh yes, there's been a bit of coverage on this in recent days: https://www.forbes.com/sites/simonmoore/2022/02/11/the-yield-curve-could-invert-in-2022-heres-why-that-spooks-markets/?sh=728e5b34112c
topvest
13/2/2022
20:30
Are we heading for another recession? Yield curve looks like it may invert in a few months, which is normally a strong indicator of a recession 6m thereafter! hxxps://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/T10Y2Y Any thoughts?
topvest
06/2/2022
10:23
https://www.fool.co.uk/2022/02/06/2-of-the-best-growth-stocks-to-buy-today/One of the best counter-cyclical stocks to buy?Unfortunately the cost of living and operating a business in Britain is rocketing. It's a scenario that threatens to send the number of corporate insolvencies through the roof. So I expect demand for financial services business Begbies Traynor Group (LSE: BEG) to remain strong.The Federation of Small Businesses (or FSB) commented last month that "thousands of small businesses are on a knife-edge" following a tough Christmas period. It looks like things could continue to get worse before they get better, too, as energy prices increase and interest rates rise. As the FSB notes, Bank of England action this week "will heap pressure on many indebted businesses".This is particularly concerning as corporate insolvency rates are already ballooning. Government data shows that there were 1,486 such insolvencies in December, up 20% year-on-year and 33% higher from levels recorded in December 2019.It's no surprise that City analysts think Begbies Traynor - which provides insolvency services and other support to distressed firms - will remain busy. They're expecting earnings to rise 28% and 10% in the financial years to April 2022 and 2023 respectively. Stronger-than-expected economic improvement could hit these profit forecasts and dent my returns as a potential investor. I think it's a great stock to buy for my portfolio, but not just for the near term. Its acquisitions have delivered strong profits growth for the past half a decade, and the company remains committed to expansion through M&A activity.
tole
27/1/2022
17:27
Funny enough I'm big into RBGP who reported today . Exactly the same pattern drifted down and down I kept topping up as I couldn't understand why the drift . Reported today and up 15% as the company is 10% ahead of their projected profits on the quarter and a special dividend announced too next week . I see this in BEGBIES too I hold a lot and will be topping up as the company's fundamentals look good and at theseLevels look brilliant and with divi .Hold tight have the faith I'm sure nothing bad is happening we don't know about .
2bluelynn
27/1/2022
11:34
Considering the general state of the UKeconomy and the unique sector that BEGoperates within providing administration and insolvency services etc; I fail to understand the continuing decline in the share price.What am I missing here?Some clarification would be appreciated and helpful. Thanks.
route1
26/1/2022
16:49
Would have picked up more myself too but I'm already maxed out in terms of my risk limits on a single share.The numbers next few months will speak for themselves. Insolvencies trend last 4 months:Sep21: - 4% vs 2YoY (Sep19)Oct21: +5% vs 2YoYNov21: +11%Dec21: +33%Anyone want to bet on such a strong trend with momentum? Forget about high growth tech shares. Its going to be high growth in the insolvency market this year.
boonkoh
26/1/2022
15:13
Thanks. Well it fell again this morning so I bought some more. I'm still happy with this as a long term investment.
the bolton wanderer
26/1/2022
08:50
Support around 115?
spooky
26/1/2022
08:48
Possibly a combination of a few traders selling the failure of support and recent director sales following the exercise of options.
spooky
25/1/2022
21:15
Anyone know the reason for this weakness in the price? I added a few more to my holding anyway this afternoon.
the bolton wanderer
17/1/2022
11:44
Not News you Like to hear But good for B.T. https://www.cityam.com/uk-construction-companies-collapse-in-their-hundreds-as-costs-rise/
blue377
11/1/2022
18:26
Having fortunately top sliced at 145p, I have no such qualms. So I added some back at this nice price!
edmundshaw
11/1/2022
15:23
Drifting again. I'd have picked up some more today, but am already at my max position size I'm comfortable with for Begbies.
boonkoh
11/1/2022
11:06
Maybe a "good quality " acquisition.
route1
10/1/2022
11:57
Yep, certainly does.Considering the business they are in I would expect nothing less that bargain acquisitions.
r2oo
10/1/2022
08:14
Looks like a good deal. 5x PBT, total cash consideration covered by earnings, and contingent consideration of £1.25m extra only kicking in if there is further revenue and profit growth.
boonkoh
10/1/2022
07:38
that looks like another good acquisition.
this_is_me
06/1/2022
19:07
I think I may add tomorrow, all looking good and someone accumulating with 4 decent buys after hours.
r2oo
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