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
  1.25 1.48% 85.50 84.00 87.00 0.00 0.00 - 153,870 16:35:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 60.1 3.5 2.2 38.9 107

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10/7/2019
15:15
If mid price range holds above 76p today, it constitutes a break-out on that measure but the day it beats still ranged up to an 81p high. Aim for that tomorrow, then? :-)
aleman
10/7/2019
14:41
BOD Purchase today. 80 pence plus shortly ?.
essentialinvestor
10/7/2019
09:19
Might be worth clarifying what his remaining holding is, if possible.
essentialinvestor
10/7/2019
08:11
He may have received shares when Edison’s became part of BEG and choosing to cash in all or part of his holding. Needs further research.
dozey3
10/7/2019
06:25
Director sell of about £150k seems to be what killed the rise. Directors sell for many reasons, but only buy for one. Anyone know how many this dude still holds or if he's a forced seller? Holding for the div / hedge.
runthejoules
09/7/2019
21:30
Not broken out yet but the bounce off 73-74p looks very promising.
aleman
09/7/2019
20:38
Chart Breakout! Today's closing price confirms the above statement.. I'm no chartist but this bodes extremely well for upward momentum. Lovely. CC
cravencottage
09/7/2019
12:40
Has anyone read todays SCVR ?.
piwood
09/7/2019
11:19
We remain buyers. Https://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/shares/2019/07/09/news-tips-robert-walters-young-co-renold-more/ I presume there'll be a write-up at some point, then.
aleman
09/7/2019
10:00
I just scroll out to the summer of 2008 and see that lovely spike, X2, X3 not out of the question when the buying really starts. I've been waiting for this for a long time, but it smells ready!
maddogbeast
09/7/2019
08:27
Yes, all looks very good. One of the few businesses which are well placed for BREXIT and economic gloom. For that reason, it's a strong hold for me. I've held for quite some time, but at last business momentum is building. Think we should see continuing highs in the share price over the next few months.
topvest
09/7/2019
06:46
Strong cash collection too. I like that.
ironstorm
09/7/2019
06:44
Ashford and Simpson - Solid, solid as a rock. Meanwhile the UK economy is looking increasingly shacky, little wonder they are getting busier.
essentialinvestor
09/7/2019
06:42
The key line is "We have entered the new financial year with positive momentum and we are confident of delivering current market expectations". They are £8.4m profit, 5.5p of earnings and 2.8p dividend.
aleman
09/7/2019
06:21
I wasn't far out 4.9p Eps and Over 7 mil ptp.. Very positive Vibes and forward outlook statement from chairman with no doubt more to come at the AGM in September Definitely one to buy and hold. CC
cravencottage
08/7/2019
13:17
Run of small buys becasue of a share tip ahead of results?
aleman
02/7/2019
08:59
Recruiting more frequently now? Https://www.begbies-traynorgroup.com/news/firm-news/begbies-traynor-expands-with-new-appointment Https://www.begbies-traynorgroup.com/news/firm-news/begbies-traynor-boasts-new-senior-addition Is this relevant to recent trading or just a more generic comment about this year? It’s a particularly timely appointment given how challenging trading conditions are for many Kent businesses at the moment. Indeed, our latest figures show that the current uncertainty is having a real impact on companies of all kinds, with thousands currently in significant financial distress.
aleman
02/7/2019
08:45
A sharp drop to the lowest construction PMI for 10 years suggests the recession has landed. Https://www.markiteconomics.com/Public/Home/PressRelease/92a5c843504548d8ac454df07bdd97ee It's a bit odd how slow the slowdown has been up to now. Recession was way overdue and slowdown, and even recession, is evident around the world - but what caused the sudden drop? It mentions lack of government tenders. Anyway, it seems things just got a lot worse.
aleman
26/6/2019
13:25
Https://www.begbies-traynorgroup.com/news/firm-news/begbies-traynor-expands-with-new-appointment
aleman
22/6/2019
06:55
I'm no chartist but glancing at the graph it does appear BEG has the look of a "Coiled Spring" It's taken more than 5 years to regain traction with the share price and given the economic indicators falling into the lap of BEG it's only a matter of time before the "Coiled spring" is let loose.. There's been several chunky buys going through over the last week or two but how long can the MM's keep a lid on the SP? Just over 2 weeks to results and with a minimum of 4.7p of EPS in the bag for 2019 and current forecasts suggesting 5.4p for 2020 it's fair to say that the momentum has some way to go given the almost inevitable broker upgrades post results and the healthy dividend policy the directors are expediting.. Time will tell but if you go back to the last recession of 2007/2008 and the share price got quite close to £2. Coupled with the fact Ric Traynor is knocking on 60 I think ultimately we're going higher than the "Cup and Handle" of £1. These are very interesting times.. Good luck all CC
cravencottage
19/6/2019
00:26
10-2 is not a yield curve. It's just a partial section covering around 1/4. (I don't know why US investors have come to obsess about this. They sometimes use others sections and sometimes the full range. Sections sometimes do not tell the full story.) 30-years are currently 2.55% and Fed Fund rate is 2.37%. That is only 0.18% over the entire curve and it has dropped a lot in recent weeks, indicating significant stress in the credit markets. A healthy curve would be around +1.5% to 2% from 0 to 30. The Treasury curve is inverted (longer dates lower than overnight) from 0 to 21 years. Compared to a more normal +2%, +0.18% is a sign of severe stress. Investors are bidding down long rates to 1.5%+ below normal in a flight to safety as they fear the Fed has set short rates too high for its target inflation which will result in deflationary damage to the economy. So do we trust the Fed or bond markets? Every modern recession (back to WWII I think, certainly 1980 on) has been preceded by an inverted yield curve. That means the Fed has got it wrong every time - waiting too long to cut short rates as bond markets' long yields have indicated deflationary stress, and then having to slash heavily in a panic when it got messy. We look to be going that way yet again. Also Treasury is not the only yield curve. There are others - Eurodollar, municipal bonds, corporate bonds, etc. One or two of them partially inverted before Treasuries and are slightly more inverted (or were until recently). QT might be distorting the Treasury curve to make it a bit less inverted than market forces would otherwise be making it.
aleman
18/6/2019
20:44
Fundamentals are heavily involved here.. We're three weeks from results and people are tuning into the words of wisdom from the recent "comfortably ahead of expectations Trading Statement" from CEO.. Time will tell. CC
cravencottage
18/6/2019
19:48
Yield curve has still not quite fully inverted. I've been watching for the last 6 months hxxps://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/T10Y2Y
topvest
18/6/2019
15:50
Also worth noting is that some chartists would describe the chart under 76p as a cup and handle, and a breakout from a cup and handle tends to predict a jump of similar size to the handle. In this case that is maybe 16p - by coincidence, the same size as the gap in the chart that is asking to be filled on a breakout.
aleman
18/6/2019
15:38
Should be good for a quick jump to 90-95p if it can break 76p. There was little volume in that gap previously. Before or after results? free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
aleman
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