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
  -12.00p -1.45% 813.00p 816.00p 818.00p 824.50p 809.00p 817.50p 215,006 16:35:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 1,729.3 90.1 51.8 15.7 1,208.11

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21/5/2018
22:24
I bought at 16p and wish I held them all now. I think we may dip below 800p which will be a further chance to top up. Results are still some way off and news flow limited. Of greater concern is the oil price which may damper earnings in 2 years unless they can hike prices. Still my 10 pounds looks very light by 2020 and 20.00 is very possible not far out from that. I expect a great year in the bag and current year has continued the trend will flights over 90% full before we hit peak season. Tiger Ps LBA is just a hop away from me.
castleford tiger
21/5/2018
16:50
the former. w1
woozle1
21/5/2018
16:14
v interesting. Their HQ is five min drive from my house bizarre. I shall look into them although my view on HMRC is one of concern as they tend to act irrationally from my limited experience and always surprise me how much power they have although I'm not well experienced. I assume this is the primary reason for the low sp? Guess you are full-time investing? Do you hold in a dealing account or SIPP/ISA or spread out of interest? Ben
11023154
21/5/2018
13:21
If you are interested in cheap, bummed out stocks, I've recently loaded up with Augean.P/e of 5, v little debt (that is falling) but is in dispute with HMRC about landfill tax treatment. Management and majority shareholder have been loading up with shares. They have a North Sea decontamination business that is set to grow as the North Sea oil platforms are decommissioned. As ever, this may take time but I think the potential upside and the odds of making decent money are good. As ever, DYOR and GLA w1
woozle1
21/5/2018
12:54
I started buying at 80p in 2007 and bought all the way down to 16p and have been a regular buyer on big dips. w1
woozle1
21/5/2018
12:23
thanks, v interesting. When did you first buy out of interest?
11023154
21/5/2018
12:11
I initially invested because at that price it was trading a 75% discount to net assets, which was cash and planes. At the time the Fowler Welch business was worth more than the airline business and so it was a free option on Jet2.com. The rest is luck! Hindsight is a beautiful thing and I'm not going to give you b/s about how I saw this coming. One thing I can say from years of investing is that if you buy really cheap stocks you are (i) unlikely to loose money and (ii) something good eventually happens but you may have to wait a long time. w1
woozle1
21/5/2018
10:34
2008 the stock was 12p but generally 60p for the year and previous years.2018 - £8.50. CT & Woozle how did you find this stock back then? Did you take a macro view into your perspectives? Quite an astonishing investment.
11023154
16/5/2018
16:20
I think it's EZJ announcement that it is going to beef up its holiday operations and not a Thongo Short that has caused a sell off. To date, EZJ hotels are via booking.com, transfers, baggage and in resort support are added extras. DTG buys beds and offers all of the above included. Moreover, Jet2 Holidays has an 11 year headstart. Not sure whether EZJ are about more cross selling of hotels or serious about getting into the package holiday industry and which sector of the market. w1
woozle1
16/5/2018
15:10
hope so I like his track record. I mean the stock has gone 30-40% since he was interested. I don't short stock but surely there are better options out there...? I mean surely this is a serious realisation of how wrong he can be sometimes...?
11023154
16/5/2018
14:44
Maybe tongo going short again.hehe
shaker44
16/5/2018
14:24
it slips whenever I post tbh
11023154
15/5/2018
19:31
Interesting that DTG slipped after Easy said that they would focus on holidays. What they meant is that they want to focus on hotels. In other words doing what Ryanair do with their hotel offering. Neither RYA or EZJ, so far, include transfers and in resort assistance and there's little sign that they want to go. w1
woozle1
10/5/2018
22:31
I think long term next 5-10 years this company will dominate the market. I come at things from Marco perspective. Can see us in 5-10years time looking at one of Europe’s most dominant airlines and undoubtedly the UKs best. My main thesis for this is wealth division brought about from capitalist economy which will continue to keep low and middle incomes the same which allows jet2 to cater for this growing market of consumer. This has the potential to go another 100% from here. I’ve been here since 2013. I also think this company is probably financial crash proof as well. People don’t give up their holidays unless when they’re working hard, and if work is harder to find they’ll need their holidays more. Yes it will bring about a blip but cannot see how it won’t return especially with brexit (positive). Good luck all. My forecast for 2022 is £20.
11023154
10/5/2018
18:58
In the accounts but I guess same for everyone Tiger
castleford tiger
09/5/2018
16:20
How long do the fuel hedges last?
meijiman
28/4/2018
18:27
thanks Minky I am hearing big numbers too tiger
castleford tiger
28/4/2018
15:26
Let there be more gains to come.
mervin4
28/4/2018
15:14
An agent in the central England had a 164% increase in value of JET2 holidays sold last year over the previous year. If they start flying from other airports I cannot see why the same sales growth could not be achieved by other agents local to that airport. This was down to departures from BHX.
minky
28/4/2018
14:10
why o why did you ever sell 500k of shares. I've 210k and never sold. Trying to second guess the market is crazy when you have a company with integrity and a good business and long term prospects. w1
woozle1
28/4/2018
10:20
Agree and whilst I have been guilty of top slicing ( I had to I owned 2.66% at 16p ) I would have been sitting on over 40m now had I kept them all. The story at Jet 2 holidays and travel is only just beginning to bear fruit. Lets see how the last years numbers stack up. However in year ending march 17 we flew 7 million in Year ending march 18 that we await 9.6m is my estimate ( two new bases) In current year we have 12 m flights As you can see the numbers are close... up 2.60m and a further 2.4m this year. The pace of expansion is not slowing. I found my first years holiday report just 10 years ago. We took 23,000 people on holiday. I estimate 2,300,000 to 2,500,00 in the last year. A further increase in 2018 to 2,700,000 to 2,900,00 We are ground handling to improve efficiency and by next summer all our new planes will have arrived with the fleet just shy of 100. Finally the forecasts 2018-03-31 2,398.50 112.95 62.63p 13.6 0.6 21% 5.90p 0.7% 2019-03-31 2,855.00 110.00 61.00p 13.9 -5.4 -3% 6.59p 0.8% 2020-03-31 3,136.00 119.70 67.30p 12.6 1.2 10% 7.02p 0.8% AS YOU Can see the p/e even based on these silly figures peaks at 13.9 x in this current year. I however fail to see how another half a billion of sales will not increase the overall profits. My guesstimate for current year Summer 18 is EPS close to 80p hence my 10.00 target based on 12x Tiger
castleford tiger
28/4/2018
08:59
If you'd sold to take profits, you'd probably have missed the rise from 80p to 850p. Say no more. Lots more to come from Jet2. In addition to Tui and Thomas Cook, my guess is that they've also got their eyes on Ryanair's 20%+ operating margins at Stanstead. Just by being at Stanstead Jet2 will do well. In analogous to ScS that positions itself next to DFS on large retail sites and piggy backing of the advertising and offering an alternative. Given that Ryanair has a reputation for the poor treatment of customers, this should be easy pickings. It's way too early to sell. w1
woozle1
28/4/2018
06:32
Our Summer 19 programme represents yet another year of growth, with more than 12 million seats on sale. This means a capacity increase of 12%, with over 1,200 weekly flights operating to 58 popular sun and city destinations in Europe during peak periods To support this huge Summer 19 programme, we will operate 94 aircraft in Summer – including 34 brand new Boeing 737-800 NG aircraft Jet2.com has triumphed in the 2018 TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice™ awards for airlines, winning the Best Airline – UK and Best Low-Cost Airline – Europe prizes for the second year running, as well as scooping the Best Economy Class - Europe award. Since we started operating from Manchester Airport in 2004, we have enjoyed tremendous success and growth, thanks to the popularity of our friendly low fares and great value package holidays. As a result of that growth, we have over 2.5 million seats on sale to and from 42 destinations from Manchester Airport this summer, representing our biggest ever summer programme. FAO of JF as they missed these snippets. Role on the results Tiger
castleford tiger
28/4/2018
02:21
well you took that apart rather well Tiger! thanks
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