Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Carclo Plc LSE:CAR London Ordinary Share GB0001751915 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 10.70p 10.60p 10.80p - - - 0 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 146.2 8.2 11.6 0.9 8

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05/6/2018
07:38
:o)) Cheers queeny. We can ignore Pug as the resident non-holding negative poster on every thread. 9.8p EPS is actually well ahead of EVERY revised broker forecast. Almost all of the delayed contracts have been won and are already being or will be implemented this year. More later from me, but this from the outlook suggests a brighter future: "Our strategy to expand our footprint and increase revenues in CTP to reduce operational gearing and attract a high quality and growth orientated customer base and to transform Wipac into a larger solution provider for lighting systems for the low to mid volume premium automotive sector is well developed. Much of the heavy lifting in terms of investment and customer engagement is now complete. Accordingly I believe we are well placed to see consistent improvements in our profitability and cash generation over the next few years."
rivaldo
05/6/2018
07:26
Must disagree - forward looking statements are (imo) downbeat - but may be covering thier backsides if hoped for contracts do not materialise. https://www.investegate.co.uk/carclo-plc--car-/rns/final-results/201806050700022506Q/
pugugly
05/6/2018
07:17
I was wrong. Rivaldo was right.Looks fine.
queeny2
01/6/2018
09:13
I notice the mighty Abbott Labs yesterday announced a new version of the Afinion multi-assay testing system (including for diabetes). Since CAR produce the disposable cartridges for Afinion this will presumably bring in continuing and hopefully even greater recurring revenue streams: Https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/abbott-introduces-the-afinion-2-analyzer-rapid-test-system-for-diabetes-management-300656850.html
rivaldo
21/5/2018
15:26
Good news lads. I'm back in a again after leaving the fold last year when it became messy (pensions etc.) My return will herald a rise. (see Stob repeat performance back in at 2.30 now 2.50)
petewy
11/5/2018
18:51
well played everyone above.
queeny2
11/5/2018
16:06
Some v interesting posts on here, likewise I share a few stocks with Rivaldo & appreciate his posting but I’m not currently in CAR ( it was one of my less good ideas..) I’m still haunting this bulletin board as I really like the Wipac division & its’ prospects but I’m concerned that there may be one more warning here as the new FD gives everything a good kick when she starts in mid July ..hope not for holders sake & the debt pile is looking worrisome too.
rhomboid
11/5/2018
09:17
Hear, hear, rivaldo, I couldn't agree more. I especially like '(I try not to haunt a thread after I've sold!)' as it appears to be a favourite pastime of some where they've sold at a lose and simply can't get over it so, feeling bitter and twisted, take every opportunity to trash that particular stock ... no names mentioned but there appears to be one or two whom frequent CAR! As you also say 'The best investments often have a beautifully quiet BB thread'. By far and away my most successful investment was one where there were only a couple of other 'old fashioned' investors posting i.e. in for the long term and not out for a quick buck as sadly appears to be a common trait these days. My philosophy for dabbling on the stock market has always been it's my money, my decision and win or loose, it's my responsibility.
ansc
11/5/2018
09:14
One of my friends has outperformed the market (and me) by miles by selling out on stocks that benefit from 'honeymoon' growth periods. That sounds like a way of missing mega-baggers, but he reckons the reality is that you are very, very lucky to get a mega-bagger (eg. ASOS), because firstly you've got to have it and keep it and you don't know in advance which one it will be. Secondly and probably more importantly, its very difficult and unlikely for any chosen business to have long term high growth in its market nowadays. Competition is too high. So the best you can do is to hopefully get a few of those high growth periods in quite a few stocks and then cash out when the share price reaches a high multiple. A while ago he challenged me to justify the stocks I thought would make me a fortune by imagining what set of business circumstances could possibly lead to that; basically if I couldn't write them down and justify them, then I shouldn't hold for ever. So far I've avoided doing it ;-)
yump
11/5/2018
09:05
An interesting read rivaldo - thanks for posting
gleach23
11/5/2018
00:30
Lots of people mention when they add, very few mention when they sell. So if you take that at face value, many of those who apparently have successful stocks are still holding a load of dogs, picked up over the years. Except the idea of a public board is certainly never to list all your losers next to your winners, or mention when you've sold out while talking a stock up. If you think that's cynical, you just have to remember how much money is at stake. What about all those Chinese stocks from a few years ago ? I broke even on those, selling out on ones that flew but getting caught by a load of trash. But some folk were talking up the trash until it died.
yump
10/5/2018
22:58
so rivaldo i always wondered you never mention when you add to a holding - does that mean you buy at the beginning and keep the same number of shares? just comparing approaches
ali47fish
10/5/2018
22:18
I'm always curious to see what Rivaldo is holding and rate him highly. Fwiw.
brucie5
10/5/2018
09:55
Hi Rivaldo, I normally take a look at what you're into and think we hold some of the same. Cheers
owenski
10/5/2018
09:53
Cheers owenski. I'd say ACSO at around 50p, KWS at 130p, IQE at 20p, SDI at 8p-9p, VLE at 150p, SOM, PTSG, IMO, FDEV, RNWH etc etc have been reasonably good picks over a number of years...... I believe that CAR's two core divisions are worth considerably more than their current m/cap given their profitability and huge potential. In addition, the pension issue should fall away as yields improve. CAR have made a series of strategic mistakes and have been subject to (imo) what will be a temporary aberration this last year, but despite all this the company remains extremely profitable - and potentially much more so in coming years given the growth in the medical sector and the push into mid-volume auto programmes.
rivaldo
09/5/2018
17:35
Indeed meijiman that's always been one of the core issues with CTP. Same issue with the OEMs in led plus the history of that sector being especially periodically poor.
queeny2
09/5/2018
15:37
There are others. Some people obviously have a problem being negative even when their stocks turn bad.
yump
09/5/2018
13:44
Rivaldo does seem to be in some pretty good stocks as a rule, I must admit I'm perplexed as to why he keeps banging the drum for this loser.
owenski
09/5/2018
12:36
Surely that is normal behaviour for ADVFN posters ? I mean, the fall in the IQE share price is due to a conspiracy and nothing to do with the exaggerated rise to a very high p/e, clearly backed by a whole pile of people, despite the company being at least 2 steps removed from the final customer and effectively a commodity supplier, replacing old tech. with new, in the hope that the replacement tech. will command a higher margin.
yump
09/5/2018
12:30
Is anyone else amused by the fact that rivaldo advertises and comments on any and every small buy that takes the share price up a notch, even calling it an uptrend (!!!), but when the share price falls 10% in a matter of 4 days rivaldo plays it down as irrational movements due to lack of liquidity. You are so full of ...., mate.
gordongekko4
09/5/2018
12:29
I think they are cheap for a reason -a series of all mighty mistakes over the past few years. There is no reason why they couldn't get a re-rating from being steady and delivering -maybe a bit like Trifast. A big issue for me is the pricing power they have with their main customers.
meijiman
09/5/2018
12:07
I tried and failed to short some in high 90's, not paying attention for that brief moment. Having had the 20%+ rally from the depths, with unexpected news possibility imho skewed to being bad not good, seemed like ok trade.
queeny2
09/5/2018
11:58
CAR is an illiquid stock, and volumes are small. Any buyer or seller can affect the price disproportionately. Vystra should underpin growth in CTP/Medical, whilst LED Technologies is expected to grow "significantly" given the commencement of the mid-volume car programmes which have been won. CAR remain cheap imo on the revised numbers to March'18 and March'19 - and, more importantly, prospects for the two key divisions remain excellent.
rivaldo
09/5/2018
10:50
The results should be OK, but worries over trading going forward is what might be the cause of the seemingly weak share price. Not holding any at the moment.
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