Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Dart Group Plc LSE:DTG London Ordinary Share GB00B1722W11 ORD 1.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00 -0.09% 1,115.00 20,417 08:38:33
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1,112.00 1,118.00 1,126.00 1,109.00 1,126.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 3,143.10 177.50 97.98 11.4 1,659
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
08:38:31 AT 1,923 1,115.00 GBX

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16/10/2019
09:20
Dart Daily Update: Dart Group Plc is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DTG. The last closing price for Dart was 1,116p.
Dart Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 774.50p and a 12 week average price of 680.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,131p while the 1 year low share price is currently 680.50p.
There are currently 148,761,419 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,141,447 shares. The market capitalisation of Dart Group Plc is £1,657,202,207.66.
08/10/2019
07:25
tongostl: Just wait untill we have a full financial year with the full effects of Thomas Cooks customers taken into account, it will most likely be a post brexit world too with the uk being the best place in the world to invest in, just think how well JET2 will be doing then, both operationally and share price performance wise, exciting times here.
02/10/2019
09:45
tongosti: Buffetteer 1 Oct '19 - 15:40 - 6595 of 6618 Tongosti Fascinating to hear of your gains . I’d like to know what were the triggers to go short and them long pls -keen to learn mr/mrs fascination - look at below and pls let me know whether you're still keen to learn any further?! Don't be shy - always happy to help darling... tongosti - 15 Jul 2019 - 10:39:55 - 5987 of 6619 One of the oldest market truisms: if the news is bullish/bearish while the market action is weak/strong there’s a very, very important hint the market is giving you. Over the last 9 months there have been two rounds of v meaningful fundamental releases that have failed to lift the share price out of its existing 300p trading range. Today’s action in particular is extremely worrying. I for once wasn’t expecting it but the fact that it is happening (ie if the latest results are not doing the trick nothing else will in the next few days and weeks l) it tells me the path of least resistance now is firmly on the way down not up. Putting my money where my mouth is - gone short now! tongosti - 11 Sep 2019 - 16:18:36 - 6427 of 6619 Having said that here I go LONG now -(yes LONG) risking 50% of profits that I made on the short side. Extremely impressive up volumes accompanied by momentum reversal.
23/7/2019
15:39
tongosti: On a different note - v interesting to see DTG give options to its senior managers at a strike price of 1.25. Speak volumes about what PM really thinks how far the share price will travel between now me when such options are exercised. If PM would have thought the current share price were cheap, then the strike price should have been at leat £10 for those options. Funny no one talked today about it - I wonder why!
17/7/2019
13:05
tongosti: Still raining in the DTG farm it seems - 3.2% down on the day so far ...Let's see whether there are enough fundamentalists who will step in now and arrest the share price decline considering DTG is "on sale" as WB would put it...
15/7/2019
21:13
woozle1: Just in case anyone might be fooled by his BS, beware: Tongo is a terrible investor who consistently loses money. Toxic mix of arrogance and ignorance. Best just to ignore him if you value your wealth. Case study: Tongo blowing up in Velocys. [These are all real posts from the thread, look them up]. September 2014, Velocys share Price 236p (at all time high): TONGOSTI: "I reckon the sky is the limit for Velocys but patience is needed. I wouldn't be surprised to see Velocys do an ASOS in the next 10 years or so considering the size of the prize." Share price 186p: October 2014: TONGOSTI: "Consider that current market cap is less than £300mln at the moment and the above back of the pack calculations go to show the gigantic business potential of VLS. Hold on to your underwear fellas!" SP 150p December 2014: TONGOSTI: "nothing has changed. The company is getting ever stronger to the big prize. Sit tight and be patient fellas". SP 90p July 2015: TONGOSTI: "my average is 140p and I am not happy at all but I was very well aware from the very off to risk my position here as there is never a guarantee with new tech companies. However, I hope VLS will somehow pull this off. That's why I will give the company another 12 months time. If things go belly up, ah well c'est la vie!!" SP 70p August 2015: TONGOSTI: "Keep the faith fellas - the world has not come to an end. The technology is still promising". SP 85p October 2015: TONGOSTI: "Volumes tell you a lot about the demand for shares. Nothing to note at the moment. Consequently, I wouldn't read too much into current price advances (may I add that this is coming from someone who is long VLS)" SP 47p November 2015: TONGOSTI: "First thing this morning I bailed out completely. Ah dear, what a disaster VLS has been!"
26/4/2019
10:29
tongosti: Tiger As you know from our previous exchanges, last time I was short it was so all the way down to £7.5 before getting flat at £8. So yes I was right then (it’s not an opinion but simply judging by market action then). Btw, DTG's pullback Q4 2018 coincided with wider markets having a heart attack so yes DTG (+ most stocks for that matter) cannot escape the gravitational pull. Considering where we’re trading at now, I am certainly happy to have called my exit correctly a few months back. I am not here to take sides but simply try being aligned with whatever prevailing market action is and ride it for a while. Am still flat (if you check my posts a few weeks back I was commenting to a few shorters on here that the time to short DTG is over at the moment) and am open to even go long if opportunity presents yourself. When you say I fail to grasp this and that long term fundamental am afraid you are making a longer term case to a shorter term guy (whose horizon is days to weeks with primary interest in prevailing market sentiment exclusively). So I am not the one you need to convince on the longer term prospects of a company like DTG. I play longer term only in disrupting and genuinely innovating technologies (didn’t mind paying 40x PE years back on Facebook and AMZN at 15x sales at some stage so I am on the same page that top quality merchandise costs more). Re DTG I am to here to play the intermediate swings in the share price only, which sometimes coincide with your longer term fundamentals and some other times do not. So in this sense I am always interested in listening to fundamental-driven views of people like yourself and that’s why I am on this board. And yes I agree with you, DTG is not a day trading stock (I have never tried it with DTG) but for a different reason though: one can’t move size that quickly in a relatively illiquid share (by contrast, TCG for example is day trading material considering huge volumes being traded at times these days). ATB.
25/4/2019
21:47
woozle1: Informative and comical post from WL on the TCG bb: Just in case anyone might be fooled by his BS, beware: Tongo is a terrible investor who consistently loses money. Toxic mix of arrogance and ignorance. Best just to ignore him if you value your wealth. Case study: Tongo blowing up in Velocys. [These are all real posts from the thread, look them up]. September 2014, Velocys share Price 236p (at all time high): TONGOSTI: "I reckon the sky is the limit for Velocys but patience is needed. I wouldn't be surprised to see Velocys do an ASOS in the next 10 years or so considering the size of the prize." Share price 186p: October 2014: TONGOSTI: "Consider that current market cap is less than £300mln at the moment and the above back of the pack calculations go to show the gigantic business potential of VLS. Hold on to your underwear fellas!" SP 150p December 2014: TONGOSTI: "nothing has changed. The company is getting ever stronger to the big prize. Sit tight and be patient fellas". SP 90p July 2015: TONGOSTI: "my average is 140p and I am not happy at all but I was very well aware from the very off to risk my position here as there is never a guarantee with new tech companies. However, I hope VLS will somehow pull this off. That's why I will give the company another 12 months time. If things go belly up, ah well c'est la vie!!" SP 70p August 2015: TONGOSTI: "Keep the faith fellas - the world has not come to an end. The technology is still promising". SP 85p October 2015: TONGOSTI: "Volumes tell you a lot about the demand for shares. Nothing to note at the moment. Consequently, I wouldn't read too much into current price advances (may I add that this is coming from someone who is long VLS)" SP 47p November 2015: TONGOSTI: "First thing this morning I bailed out completely. Ah dear, what a disaster VLS has been!"
13/4/2019
19:27
tresham: I'm looking forward to an update this week. Travel and package holiday business is very competitive. I notice that IAG are on a PE of around 5; Is that because they have borrowings of about £9bn, pension liabilities of about £1bn and “goodwill̶1; of £3bn? If DTG were on the same PE of 5 and earnings this year are 90p the share price would be around 450p? What do you think of the IAG share price? I’ve been steadily selling over the last 6 years but still hold a large stake.
06/12/2018
15:49
joe king1: DTG share price is built on WET Sand. The sand is slowly Drying out
28/10/2018
17:04
castleford tiger: Some of Tongs old posts...... 15.01.18 Good points snorkel. I still think you have left out a major, major risk factor and that is the probability attached to a decade long bull market (in DTG and stocks at large) to continue untroubled going forward. Why is this relevant? A bear market sinks all boats (fact not fiction) and we are much much nearer the top then bottom of the market. Surprised all future projections given on this board leave out this fact as if the broader context has no relevance on what is a ... travel business. In other words, DTG may indeed one day reach £10 or above but chances that it reaches down much lower before it does so increases dramatically with each day this tired bull market in equities marches to fresh highs 25.01.18 Tiger I agree that only a meaningful (and a very big one at that) surprise (over existing expectations) can propel the share price higher. Absent that, one can’t see how why DTG should charge higher from here. Worth bearing in mind it’s two years DTG has not advanced an inch (even in the face of improving trading ops since). And this has always been my point: expectations are already sky high and the business needs to play catch up constantly with them if the share price is to reflect that. 8.02.18 Closing at the 2 month low - exciting times in the days and weeks ahead (great story though) 17.02.18 To newbies of this board: the religious high orders of DTG online support club get easily irritated by anything which does not fit with their view (like cash in the bank has outperformed this company for about two years now). Some of them are simply bulls in a bull market happy to ride the train all the way back. Bless them all! THERE WAS A FEW MONTHS AS DART WENT TO A TENNER Tong went missing! 26.09.18 It was said at the AGM and I agree that the EU cannot afford to loose 30 odd Billion a year in tourism” Absolute BS - that’s Boris Johnson speak. DTG will very surely face gravity much sooner than “funny-mentalists” of this board expect. Bring it on! 17.10.18 Talking trading now aren’t we - amazing! Trip south has just started - will remind you of your genius on the way down. Hang in there
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