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DTG Dart Group Plc

728.50
0.00 (0.00%)
24 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Dart Investors - DTG

Dart Investors - DTG

Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Dart Group Plc DTG London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.00 0.00% 728.50 01:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
728.50 728.50
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Posted at 26/8/2020 17:45 by tongosti
Tiger - with the best will in the world I don't quite get you pal. An intraday below 200 (especially in a "10 bagger in reverse" stock) is very real. Check out the posting traffic on this board during late feb/early March! It's pretty much like saying that Crude Oil futures a few months back dropping to -$40 was meaningless as the price went straight back up afterwards? Wrong - very real fortunes were made (and lost) at those extremes. Finally - sure as day ALL investors are glued to their screens when their shares are dropping like a stone. Thats when they all turn into what they predicate against - watch their collapsing shares second by second
Posted at 30/7/2020 13:58 by psychochopper
Our Haven, I would agree with that. But it is understanding other peoples' emotions - and leaving ones own in the bedroom (or wherever).

Conard would make a terrible poker player, as well as amateur stock trader/investor. And what a cry-baby.
Posted at 29/7/2020 18:56 by our haven
And again those large after hours sells. Wonder how long it will take for this institutional investor to sell out?Mind you, does not seem to be impacting the price, still on the rise.
Posted at 28/7/2020 16:38 by our haven
Second day in a row that there is a large after hours trade, maybe more to come yet.Suppose it is one of those institutional investors unwinding their position.
Posted at 28/7/2020 11:20 by tongosti
100%.

I remember ct - just a few weeks back - making a long term case for £20 at some point in the future.


If one believes that then upside is about 1400p from current levels. If DTG goes bust (negligible but in the realm of what’s possible in this world) that gives you a max downside of 600p.

In other words , one’s reward to risk stands at 2.3. Risk no more than 3-5% of one’s capital and you have a good trade (or investment as most prefer to call it).

It’s one hell of a way to play the game.

P.S. If long termers (in reality most are not even aware of how basic math helps source investment ideas, unfortunately) would apply the above logic then at 200p most would have rushed in to buy at 10:1 reward to risk but instead they all panicked and then bailed out losing tons of money. Doing so, they did precisely the opposite of what a "theoretical" (as in practice there are very very few who apply things properly) value investor does. Further, a rational long term buyer at 200p would have probably halved their stake and sold somewhere into the magnificent rise to 1000p making sure to have covered the original investment cost completely and would be then riding on a free roll!
Posted at 25/6/2020 09:51 by senn1
I think your missing the point dart fell into the £4, 50 area from 7 a few days before there placeing then rose 100% after the market got wind of it.

Think easy will turn 10 bucks over the next month or so on a flip for the investors of the issue
Posted at 08/6/2020 08:43 by nocton
hatfullofsky, I appreciate your thoughts but neither you nor Tiger have addressed my point that Tiger thinks the shares will be worth £25 in the foreseeable future at the beginning of the day, but thinks £10 is too much to pay at the end of the day. Now a 'certain' gain of 150% in say 2 years is not to be sneezed at for most investors. You say there are "Far better and safer companies." Not everyone can buy at the absolute low, as you seem to have done. Could you please elaborate on those you think will rise 150% in 2 years?
I conclude that Tiger was once in love with DTG, but has now fallen out with the share as it has not performed as predicted/expected. Time will tell.
Posted at 06/6/2020 12:30 by grapevinefriend
CT if the company still has £1.5B in cash, then why did they state on the 20th of May that if flights restart on September 1st the Co would have £285m (net of customers deposits) by July 2020? This is basically an admission that they don't have £1.5B in cash.

They have been dishonest to investors. I beilive the recent share price rise is a false dawn, brought about by a liquidity rush to the market and a manipulation in the share price to allow those bankers to offload their newly aquired stock at the highest possible price. This will see 500p again when reality kicks in imo.
Posted at 05/6/2020 09:49 by our haven
Having moved from 97% cash to 50% cash, your point on value investors or lack of them is a good one. It is one of the reasons I have not invested more.
Posted at 06/3/2020 13:43 by tongosti
32campomar6 Mar '20 - 13:19 - 8455 of 8462
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Thanks that’s really interesting. In my experience you are exactly right in that ‘investorsR17; are always way too impatient to buy. The old adage never catch a falling knife is seldom wrong. This knife is falling faster than most.

I do not know too many "investors" who are genuinely patient. Patience is a very fancy story most throw about themselves simply because they have heard it on a radio talk show on their way to work.

Another way to put "catching a falling knife" is "throwing good money after bad". Am sure you see a few on here doing exactly that. Glad it's not my money!

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