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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Creightons Plc LSE:CRL London Ordinary Share GB0002341666 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.50 1.0% 50.50 49.00 52.00 51.00 50.50 51.00 130,844 16:09:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Personal Goods 44.0 2.9 4.7 10.8 33

Creightons Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/11/2019
10:27
I took advantage of that dip yesterday :-)
cheshire man
21/11/2019
22:06
maybe traders just want to take a profit from 34p?
bo90
21/11/2019
15:21
thanks JakNife for your feedback.
hjs
21/11/2019
15:02
Despite the very positive operational gearing, I presume the impact of the vast number of share options, together with the considerable reversal on predicted sales growth, is harming the share price short-term,
shanklin
21/11/2019
14:28
hjs, I replied to kreature yesterday in post 456 above
jaknife
21/11/2019
14:27
JakNife Any feedback of the presentation you said you were going to attend at 2pm?
hjs
21/11/2019
10:20
Wood for the trees...Goodbye 50p.
kreature
20/11/2019
19:04
JK thanks. I would try to look at this more closely but..............perhaps best for me not to be too negative/positive until then
kreature
20/11/2019
17:51
May have spoken too soon.
from8to800
20/11/2019
16:14
kreature, Quick comments: * Yes the inventory build up was BrExit related. * The mortgage is for £3.04m and is 15 years with HSBC on an amortising basis with interest fixed for the first ten years at a tad over 3% * A mortgage so as to spread the cash cost and also because they perceive the interest as cheap and want to retain the flexibility with the cash and other bank facilities * The story is that the chairman bought his shares originally and when the freehold became available he bought it to provide some security but with the promise that the business could buy it from him in the future if they could afford it * Buying now is seen as completion of that promise, the price was done by reference to 3rd party valuation and so is treated as arms length (I would agree that valuations provides ranges rather than spot prices) * ownership of the land is seen as desirable as it provides options over extension/warehousing Please feel free to criticise, I appreciate the challenge of having to justify my thoughts. JakNife
jaknife
20/11/2019
15:13
JK, thanks for the offer. I send a question to you but I probably don't know enough about this one.
kreature
20/11/2019
11:43
kreature, I haven't read the interims yet (not time) but I'm going to the presentation at 2pm. Any questions that you would want me to ask? JakNife
jaknife
20/11/2019
10:34
Hallmark of a manufactured shakeout. Should move on nicely from now on.
from8to800
20/11/2019
09:30
agree Oxman. good results and share price should recover nicely after some profit taking. This is normal after trading update. IMO after today's Rns, share price will recover to 55p in the short term and 60-65p in the medium/long term. Director's presentation at 2pm today.
hjs
20/11/2019
08:50
Decent results and growth prospects going forward. Just a bit of profit taking today. Suspect they will recover nicely.
its the oxman
18/11/2019
09:53
Thanks simso for the report
mathewawood
15/11/2019
15:37
I attended Mello and saw Creightons...and also had the chance to talk to Bernard, Paul and Pippa individually as they had a stand in the main hall. The presentation was packed...and I am told that 105 people were in the room watching..and the seating capacity was for 60 max...so standing room only! They were limited in what they could say...given results next week. Bernard is certainly "canny", while Paul is sensible and presents everything clearly. The real star is Pippa...the Marketing Director, and I am sure she is a big driving force in the business. Her knowledge and passion really come across. I sense from body language and tone that everything going well...and look forward to results next week.
simso
14/11/2019
20:52
There's no borrow availability on this stock so any short will have zero impact on price.
matt123d
14/11/2019
18:38
Thanks for the report. Really value adding.The "Volatility Contraction Pattern" the chart is showing and the strong surge last week gives this chart a markedly bullish tone. I have a position.
from8to800
14/11/2019
14:43
‘£3,040,000 hsbc loan and the balance being provided from the Company's existing facilities. Another £1,060,000 not detailed ? 218k annual depreciation charge for 5 years? Personally I’d have knocked that off the purchase price But if you click ‘open positions’ in Spreadex, then accidentally double click the first open position arrow twice rather than one (or intuitively click twice if the page is slow), then you accidentally close your position because the buy button is in exactly the same place on the following page using ipad. So I have no position here thanks to speadex click tricks.
kreature
14/11/2019
11:41
There was a fair bit of inventory build up in the the run up to 31st March (ie 1st Brexit date)
cockerhoop
14/11/2019
11:34
Yes, next Wednesday okay. Could be interesting, not sure if there's likely to be much of an improvement. Chunky related party property sale, wondering why he would offload it now
kreature
14/11/2019
11:16
Revenue 44,030 34,810 Cost of sales (26,690) (20,660) Inventories 8,015 5,499 I would look at inventory days (compare inventory to cost of sales and receivables to revenue for debtor days) so that's 109 days, up from 97 days and yes you have a point. And yes they run a tight ship on the cash front but it is paying a dividend, is genuinely producing cash and has access to bank facilities. It's capitalising some intangibles but personally I would argue that the number is small, reasonable and justified given that they are genuinely creating their own brands. It's not the sort of AIM company that I would normally leap to agree with you on. The interims are due next Wednesday. I will ask about inventories and perhaps we can revisit this then? JakNife
jaknife
14/11/2019
10:42
Perhaps a bit impulsive of me. Inventories up by 50%? Shouldn’t they be flying off shelf ? Why is cash down to 349k?
kreature
14/11/2019
10:09
Not convinced by that one kreature. It's unusual to find myself disagreeing but I am long FWIW.
jaknife
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