Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Clarkson Plc LSE:CKN London Ordinary Share GB0002018363 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -10.00 -0.36% 2,755.00 2,750.00 2,760.00 2,760.00 2,695.00 2,725.00 15,663 16:35:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Transportation 337.6 42.9 98.8 27.9 835

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/8/2015
10:04
Testing the highs, results Mon. CR
cockneyrebel
07/8/2015
14:52
Through the recent closing highs CR
cockneyrebel
03/8/2015
09:06
I am waiting until the results on august 18th.
hawks11
03/8/2015
07:26
The stock is making a new high which is undeniably bullish, but there are problems with the global economy and freight rates, in 1 week shipping freight rates dropped 22.8% recently, Asia to Northern Europe, now $400 per 20F container(TEU). A China slowdown maybe creating a negative ripple effect to global freight rates on other routes around the world. Management have executed their growth strategy well, but now there must be growing risks to their bullish forecasts for 2015/16-earnings are partially cyclical, I don't see any "valuation gap" on forecast eps of 151p, P/E of 18x, yield 2.8%.
utsushi
31/7/2015
13:44
Better day here CR, hard to read this one daily? but good for topping up
scottishfield
29/7/2015
07:57
Chart looking v good imo. Need good charts on the ocean..:)
scottishfield
24/7/2015
15:35
Results Aug 17th. CR
cockneyrebel
24/7/2015
15:12
pb, the PEG is 1.37 which perhaps is the indicator to go on and if it helps: hxxp://www.investopedia.com/articles/00/092200.asp
hawks11
21/7/2015
21:07
I cant see you going wrong here. not overnight, but all is good. the historic figures are encouraging
elcapital
21/7/2015
14:31
CKN newbie - Just bought a smallish long in this CKN on the recommendation of a friend. A solid co. with strong financials, progressive div, forward momentum and seems reasonably easy to understand. Appears to have a had good run and highish p/e is holding me back from larger holding for now.........
pbutterworth1
20/7/2015
14:01
Finally dipped my toe in and bought £4.5k worth of shares. I did hold BMS but I believe CKN has much better prospects. Suet
suetballs
20/7/2015
07:52
Well I was considering selling 50% of mine on Friday but changed my mind. As you say CN it is still marked as a strong buy, I used to try to work out the indexes etc but it seems this share is well rated so still holding on. I have followed it for years and could never understand why the share price was so low, then took my eyes off it and it had trebled. I'm not complaining now though.
hawks11
15/7/2015
09:46
New CKN broker Numis starts with a Buy: 15 Jul 2015 Clarkson PLC CKN Nomura Buy 2,716.50 2,735.00 - - Initiates/Starts *DJ Clarkson PLC Started at Buy by Nomura
cockneyrebel
14/7/2015
08:19
A buying point? free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
cockneyrebel
08/7/2015
08:13
another new high.
elcapital
07/7/2015
17:23
If anyone doesnt think that Greece is a major factor int he market, just watch how the Dow is bouncing around as news comes out of Brussels
elcapital
07/7/2015
10:38
I think it would be foolish to underestimate the effect of a Grexit. Market hates uncertainty, and we will go into uncharted waters without a deal and if Greece go back to the drachma, and then the possible contagion in Spain and Italy and France
elcapital
07/7/2015
09:50
agree longshanks. I don't think Greece is any surprise and the risk of them leaving Europe has been well flagged. Also the yanks don't seem to give a monkeys about some little island half way across the planet and if they don't get in a flap things won't be too rough imo. I think there will be a bit of a sell of if they go out but it will be short lived as those trying to get out of bonds buy equities on the dip mo. Always possible something goes a bit too wrong tho, but pretty small imo. Agree with scottishfield -good analogy! :-) CR
cockneyrebel
07/7/2015
08:28
excellent analogy longshanks :)
scottishfield
07/7/2015
08:27
Thanks for your thoughts. I agree that China is a concern: I find the recent volatility on the Shanghai stock market and the measures introduced to stabilise it quite an interesting indicator of some significant issues around the corner.The thing I find fascinating about the Greek situation is the fact that there is still no obvious solution. The Greeks have given a big fat "No" to further austerity whilst still wanting to stay in the Euro. They are like an idle teenager poking their nose at mum and dad whilst still living under their roof. Mum and Dad are reluctant to kick them out of the house because of what the neighbours might say and also because they know the teenager will most likely end up sleeping rough on he streets and be lost to their family forever more.Family tiffs though are quite often just storms in teacups and like you say this one is just about where the money is going to come from and can be easily resolved by more quantitative easing and a slight devaluation of the Euro; well within government powers to bring about although no doubt unpopular.
longshanks
07/7/2015
06:08
What rubbish. If Greece leaves the Euro in a messy fashion, it will hit markets across the board, for fear of contagion.
elcapital
07/7/2015
06:01
I'm mainly retail and domestic stuff which should be least affected by Greece imo longshans. I think China is problem for more stocks like mineral resource related stock. Greece is affecting the banks and finance co's most imo - will be action in those either way it goes I suspect. All imo CR
cockneyrebel
07/7/2015
05:22
You do have rather an enviable reputation amongst the ADVFN fraternity so I guess it is normal to get challenged by young bucks when the share rutting season starts in late May: must be quite flattering.What are your thoughts on how the almost inevitable Grexit will affect the markets; which sectors would you favour?
longshanks
06/7/2015
21:30
it's called envy longshanks - bless. boy in a man's world, young hind trying to rut with a fully grown stag :-) needs to grow antlers first, or a pair of something else. Filter - don't waste your life reading the nonsense imo. CR
cockneyrebel
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