Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Dart Group LSE:DTG London Ordinary Share GB00B1722W11 ORD 1.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -14.50p -2.72% 518.00p 519.00p 519.50p 529.00p 516.50p 526.00p 604,785 16:35:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 1,729.3 90.1 51.8 10.0 767.87

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/8/2017
20:22
Oh so good to hear High Priest of Tea Leaves is back on form, again. Thin skinned and simple as ever. He's always the right side of every move. I'm just so impressed by his insights and technical abilities. We should all aspire to be like him. We're just so honoured to be sharing this board with him. Oh Tongo, Oh Tongo, He's always righto and never wrongo, His technical analysis is always spot ongo and I'm just a drongo! w1
woozle1
15/8/2017
19:08
Btw - please go ahead and explain exactly what do you mean by "risk-adjusted fundamentals" Einstein.All ears to see whether you can really live up to your own reputation (:)
tongosti
15/8/2017
19:01
Alpha - let's try in American English for a bit of fun. You're being an absolute dork as an open position is different from what you describe but eh - free country ain't itIf you still love speaking retrotrading you may want to check with the clueless poster above who a few days back stated he has been in from 2007!Buona notte smart ass
tongosti
15/8/2017
18:34
Alpha, Every second you engage with Tongosti is wasted life that you can never get back. w1
woozle1
15/8/2017
17:09
What we know about Tongosti - besides his foul language and disrespect for those who may not understand Brit slang - is that: He told us that he had shorted the stock on the day of the results a good week after it had happened. That's called attention-seeking retrotrading - not having a position open. He considers himself a contrarian investor but alledgedly opened his short position when the market had already marked down the stock. A contrarian investor would have opened a short position on risk-adjusted fundamentals when momentum players were pushing the stock higher up - before the results -. He "listens" to the market, which helps him decide which way to place his trade. Hardly a contrarian stance, more a trend follower. On 1st August, to bring credential at last to his smart fast-moving retrotrading, he offers a "live" trade, that is a new short position at around 490p. You're right Tongosti, I've learnt the meaning, I'm a smart arss. DTG currently @ 535p CS pushing TCG yesterday, AirBerlin in administration today - sadly - assets/operations to be sold off. TUI to benefit the most presumably.
alphahunter
12/8/2017
17:29
At this precise moment in time Jet2 has 64 aircraft in the air within Europe, Thomas Cook(UK)only 24.
neilrich
10/8/2017
18:24
Something I don't understand about TCG is the margins, the company makes a loss in Q1 and Q2, pretty much break even in Q3 and makes a profit in Q4, yet when you read the accounts the company reports margins of >20%?
neilrich
10/8/2017
18:00
I know but the cost base is too high for mass tourism. It's pretty much stuffed. W1
woozle1
10/8/2017
17:23
Thomas Cook's plan to target wealthy millennials makes no sense....a company with an extensive network of high street travel agents, yet they are chasing wealthy millennials that are most likely going to shop around for the best deal online.
neilrich
10/8/2017
16:08
Neil, that fits with TCG's CEO interview in the FT at the weekend where he said that they were targeting wealth millennials as they can no longer afford to compete with the lower cost providers like Jet2. W1
woozle1
10/8/2017
16:01
Jet2 third biggest between Spain and the UK? Who would be first and second? It can't be Thomas Cook and TUI, therefore first and second would have to be Easyjet and Ryanair.
neilrich
10/8/2017
15:23
neil I love that link. What it fails to show is that out of JET 2 Fleet only 2 were not active today. Sometimes some are back on the ground before some of the later flights leave the uk
castleford tiger
10/8/2017
14:53
Not sure if it has been said before but :- JET2.COM will account for almost half of the flight capacity growth between Spain and the UK this summer, according to data from international aviation website anna.aero. The company’s 31 new routes (111 routes in total this summer), more weekly flights (over 550 per week at peak times), and more seats (over 5.1 million seats on sale) makes them the third biggest operator between Spain and the UK this summer.
wilddcw
10/8/2017
13:03
Interesting to note that at this precise point in time Jet2 has 62 aircraft airborne, that compares with just 32 for Thomas Cook(UK), 6 of which are engaged in longhaul so only 26 aircraft flying within continental europe.
neilrich
08/8/2017
21:21
https://visual.ons.gov.uk/holidays-in-the-1990s-and-now/
alphahunter
08/8/2017
21:21
https://visual.ons.gov.uk/holidays-in-the-1990s-and-now/
alphahunter
08/8/2017
19:22
OUR problem plane is back to Leeds. lets hope its ok tiger
castleford tiger
08/8/2017
19:17
CARDIFF/BRISTOL/DONC are all on the radar. 330 on some canary routes confirmed tiger
castleford tiger
08/8/2017
18:58
I think that Jet2 are eating TCG's cake that they've been kind enough to have left uneaten. I noted the head of ops at DTG is ex-TCG. W1
woozle1
08/8/2017
16:28
think that's correct as looking at seat config it is a 330 tiger
castleford tiger
08/8/2017
15:07
Rumour has it that Jet2 is extending the lease on the Airbus A330 through the winter, that would suggest winter 2017/2018 is selling well.
neilrich
07/8/2017
14:17
snorkel, sadly if I knew which share would rise by that amount I'd have mortgaged the house and I'd be extremely rich. What I can say is that holding a number of cheap shares with little downside and being patient pays off. The problem at the moment is that there aren't many cheap net/nets or discount to net cash. When DTG was at 16p it was profitable and trading at below 50% discount to net assets (which included aircraft and cash) with a majority shareholder who loves aircraft. Moreover, it was during the financial crisis. In the crisis I also bought YouGov, Paysafe (was Neteller then), Games Workshop and Dart. All have paid off well but I am prepared to hold for a long time and I'm not too fussed about negative mark to market. I do get some wrong but it rarely happens in the larger investments (so far!) My most recent investments have Ladbrokes, GVC and ScS Group and I have been buying Uranium shares. W1
woozle1
07/8/2017
13:35
Every dip has been an opportunity: announcement of Ryannair putting in two new planes to Bradford (they did that by taking two out of Manchester, creating an opportunity for Jet2); the Iceland volcano trashed the price; loosing the appeal for cancelled and lost flights; the announcement of the new aircraft and opening Stanstead and B'ham; and the profits will be slower than anticipated. I may be wrong but it does seem - as CT says - the market gets this one wrong a lot. W1
woozle1
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