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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Christie Group Plc LSE:CTG London Ordinary Share GB0001953156 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 115.00 110.00 120.00 115.00 115.00 115.00 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 61.3 3.9 13.7 8.4 31

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
08/12/2006
10:33
Yes, definitely looks like one at the moment.
billfisher98
08/12/2006
10:29
that is a breakout :-)

CR

cockneyrebel
08/12/2006
10:03
just added another 2K to those I forgot I had :-)

About to break out imo.

CR

cockneyrebel
08/12/2006
09:05
Quietly ticking up.
chester
05/12/2006
17:45
I have a lot of different stocks in my pension and the wife's Ian. Don't know what I thoght they were but they were tucked away in the wife's pension where I'd only added 10K on my portfolio but had actually been holding 14K. I think I know where that mystery drop in the portfolio a few months ago came from now when I booked them in wrong! :-)

Yep Mistertibs, I probably sell far too early but I know what I'm happy with as a return and you have to leave some for they other guy or why else does he want to buy from you? I try to buy pace of growth where I can rather than growth. Not bothered about selling 20-30% growth over the next year if I think I've found 50-60% somewhere else really.

Was nice to find these hanging around tho :-)

CR

cockneyrebel
05/12/2006
15:56
Next leg up here ?
chester
22/11/2006
20:31
Well, after reading that interesting article, I immediately thought of cr and on my return here he is. Some time away man. Good to see you still got some ctg. Surprised you selling out when you were so positive. Still, I now realise when you make sufficient gains, you move on, just like that Mr Darvas.

Must take a look at some stocks with this method. I wonder how much I could make with say 1K over 18 months? Probably zilch. I'm like a bad smell, hang about for some time.

Hungary also famous for clay pipes for breathing difficulties, honestly. Helpful for asthma sufferers.

mistertibbs
22/11/2006
20:12
How on earth does you just "find" shares in your pension??!!!

Got any going spare?? ;-)

iandippie
22/11/2006
20:03
I found a few of these in my pension that I didn't realise I still had this week :-)

Still look cheap, I'll be hanging on to them.

CR

cockneyrebel
22/11/2006
20:00
Thank you for that bod. As you say, similar to Chuck Berry.....you never can tell...must say I really enjoy Bill Wyman's version also. Thankfully, got rid of my mortgage 11 years early and no intention of going back down that road again. T
mistertibbs
21/11/2006
22:02
MisterT

Pilot buys were a technique often used by Nicholas Darvas during his 1950's stock trading marathon that gained him $2million; http://www.darvas-trading.com/default.html

He would look at a stock trading within its price `box' and then watch it jump out into a higher `box' He would make his pilot buy and then draw up his stop loss insurance behind him. If it went higher still he would buy more.

Its all told in his memoir "How I made $2 million on the Stock market" with great gusto and reads like a thriller.....almost on a par with Dostoevsky `The Gambler'. Darvas used at least 50% margin, plus mortgaging his Las Vegas house to boost his performance! I don't really envisage following Darvas down that road with Christie Group.....but then again!!?
Cheers bod

bird of dawning
15/11/2006
12:00
Suprised how quiet we are here. Looks good to me.
chester
24/10/2006
14:24
For recent news:
www.christiecorporate.com

ddahj
29/9/2006
13:24
NIce mention in todays Money Week.

Giles Hargreaves of Marlborough special Situations fund reckons could be 50% rise from current price.

jontylad
25/9/2006
10:17
Good positive post bod I think. What's a pilot buy? Never heard of that one.

I also feel the software division is at long last coming good. Now, if that begins to make positive impact on profits......

Only thing now being the chart showing some brewers droop. Bit like myself after the weekend. Too much info.

mistertibbs
24/9/2006
14:43
Perhaps it will continue to be relevant through October and November! CTG is still selling at just 0.74 price/sales and with relative price strength to the market plus a 300% growth in operating profit over the last 4 years.

With ROCE therefore, at over 23% and a net profit of 3.5% there is, I guess, is a kind of vote of confidence in the management. Positive cashflow and relatively low net debt at £15.8m (gearing 92%). I'm looking to make a pilot buy into CTG.
Regards bod

bird of dawning
21/9/2006
22:07
Certainly, I'm glad to say the header could have been used for August and September 2006. Yippee
mistertibbs
08/9/2006
10:43
Good looking set of results on this today. After tax profit for H1 of £1.88m, which could have been higher if not for £0.7m in what should be non-recurring costs.

If we say that underlying H1 post-tax was £2.2m then something around £4.5m for the full year would appear to be achievable (compared to £2.7m in the previous year) and that would put it on a P/E of 10.6 on the basis of the current price (188).

This is way too low given the growth rates that are now starting to appear on the bottom line - a PE in the 15-20 area would seem more appropriate. A PE of 15 would put the share price at 265, while 20 would put it at 355.

gerrymonty
30/8/2006
12:30
I sold 6000 shares at 166p today. I don't understand the market on this. I still expect my remaining shares to double but need the cash for school fees next term. I hope the price falls back from here but interim results, coming soon, may move the price.
ddahj
21/8/2006
20:12
Just look at this, it works: http://news.comlogics.net
viruiltohip
21/8/2006
19:39
On that evidence, I would have thought the opposite. If a seller lurking, why would mm be prepaired to want larger sales and smaller buy orders, or is it just nervous mms in this market? I know as much as the next pi I'm afraid.
mistertibbs
21/8/2006
08:37
I've given up hoping these shares will drift back to the 135p level. I tried to buy 5000 at 157p on Thursday but only got 1000, the remaining order stayed on for the day but the price moved up. My Broker told me that the market makers were short of stock. It's possible to sell in large quantities but to buy one can only obtain shares in small quantities. Does this mean there is a large sell order lurking? I've never been able to work out how the market works with this stock.
I still think this share should double or quadruple. PE of 14 with profits of £4.4m but I consider the profits to be £7.9m on continuing operations therefore PE of 8.5. If the new offices become profitable and/or Software Solutions becomes profitable then profits will increase even more.

ddahj
05/7/2006
22:16
Upside....know how you feel about rnwh as I've topped up on that one much more than this. Still, for me, I have a decent holding in ctg, starting in 1999 and glad to see the share price progressing along with the company. Steady as she goes
mistertibbs
05/7/2006
10:58
hope you've all looked at BHN too, similar pattern.

I need to study Christie again out of touch with the share.

hectorp
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