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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Devro Plc LSE:DVO London Ordinary Share GB0002670437 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +5.00p +2.38% 215.00p 210.50p 212.00p 212.00p 208.50p 208.50p 71,752 16:35:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 253.4 17.5 7.5 28.7 358.94

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
07/10/2015
13:18
Some big trades over last week or, looking very solid and ready for a move up soon imo.
ivancampo
05/9/2015
10:22
small is beautiful hxxp://www.masterinvestormagazine.co.uk/latest/the-uk-smaller-companies-funds-that-are-less-susceptible-to-the-global-slowdown/ as i noted firstly identify where the trouble is. woody
woodcutter
03/9/2015
18:40
fwiw i tend to buy stocks with solid balance sheets and invest in them on the trend, buying everytime they bounce off the trend line. I'll pyramid accumulate. When they go range bound, in the consolidation phase, i tend to top slice anywhere between 20% and 30% and patiently trade the range as with DVO. Then wait for the next up trend and add further.It's a strategy that has worked well for many years. If the cycle moves into a noticeable downtrend and the consolidation range gets broken then i'm out and take all profits, on ocassions i'll do that at the end of the trend if i feel the business looks vulnerable to market cycles. In times of trouble you need to identify what the trouble is first. At present i've structured my portfolio to be mainly invested in UK earnings companies or undervalued companies where they may have asian earnings. i'm also in very little cyclical stuff as well. It's less about big or small companies more about geographic earnings and value. It just so happens that most large caps are global and with a strong £ and $ they are subject to currency headwinds and therefore uninvestable for me at present. woody
woodcutter
03/9/2015
11:23
buywell my porfolio is made up mainly of small and mid caps and has hardly moved during these troubled times as you put it. indeed most of those stocks that have moved have all come back to where they were, one or two have improved on their previous share price i don't see that with many of the larger cap stocks in the ftse 100. do you? larger caps ftse 100 it's a nonsense index. miners, oilers, and anything exposed to asian earnings have got hammered. HSBC, PRU, GLEN etc i hope you're not holding any of them. The index is heavily weighted on a dozen stocks or so and when they get hit the whole index gets hit. 20 year history of relative performance for small SMX, mid MCX and large UKX caps index. have a guess which one is UKX and which MCX the red one is SMX by the way. free stock charts from uk.advfn.com if you're not a TA advocate then fine don't knock those of us who use it to good advantage. my returns have always been decent, above the mid and small cap index performance however they've improved immeasurably since i began to use TA seriously. DVO back at resistance now. i suspect most investors could pretty much identify the support and resistance levels on DVO they look well defined to me, 280/300/320. each to their own woody
woodcutter
24/8/2015
14:41
Indeed "there are none so blind as those who will not see" But buying bigger cap stocks makes sense in these troubled times doesn't it Woodcutter - 20 Aug 2015 - 13:38:05 - 2520 of 2522 funny how it's fallen back to support at 300p. Bought back all i sold at 320p.
buywell3
20/8/2015
18:48
An example. At the end of april 2104 there was a share price drop and a gap down, i suspect some panic selling. The share price/indicator divergence at this time coupled with the candlestick reversal pattern was an extremely strong indicator that the share price would recover quickly, which it did. i accumulated heavily during this period. i really shouldn't try to justify the usefulness of it other than to try and enlighten others to it's possibilities, it works for me. "there are none so blind as those who will not see" wc
woodcutter
20/8/2015
18:38
funny how it's fallen back to support at 300p. Bought back all i sold at 320p. you'll be surprised how often the charts are useful. fundamental analysis is fine, i use it all the time, but for entry and exit points charts can be exceptionally accurate. I have a long term holding here having added on chart signals and top sliced on chart signals too. if you don't use them fine, your loss. fortuntely i have accumulated a number of years of experience of using charts including significant back testing of my methods and whilst they can't be guarenteed and can never be considered 100% accurate, the way i use them has proven to be very effective more often than not. like most i was a complete sceptic until a spent time reading and educating myself on their usefulness, it takes time patience and a significant amount of reading to become proficient. most who criticise do so from a position of little knowledge, i know i was once one too. I can point to many many cases were strong signals like divergence have proven good wealth builders. it's not about prediction either, it's about probablilities. everything known through FA is depicted in the TA chart. aimho woody
woodcutter
18/8/2015
09:23
I thought recent weakness was down to exposure to China after devaluation rather than any chart signals - still expecting a new high soonish.
ivancampo
14/8/2015
15:35
top sliced at 320p strong resistance and triple top coupled with price indicator divergence, will consider buying back at 300p support. Nice director buying..........he needs to read charts :-)) free stock charts from uk.advfn.com woody
woodcutter
24/6/2015
15:43
Anyone think a bid might be coming?
ivancampo
22/6/2015
09:01
Doubt it, someone (from US placing?) wanting out quickly, maybe ahead of Greek finale. Buys on Friday looking reasonably well judged at the moment.
ivancampo
19/6/2015
17:04
Daily Mail runs story today about MRSA in pork products from British farms. I wonder if this is the reason?
alex1621
19/6/2015
16:05
Has done a similar thing when someone wants out quickly, story all good, if I'm right could be a bounce back in last 20 minutes.
ivancampo
19/6/2015
15:50
topped up with a small addition. can't see any logical reason for the fall on such small volume wc
woodcutter
19/6/2015
15:42
I've bought more
ivancampo
19/6/2015
15:25
big drop on no news? someone knows something that the rest of the market doesn't maybe! possibly H1 not looking good, results around end of july. last TS was fine so maybe some insti selling down a chunk. sell or accumulate on the weakness? woody
woodcutter
29/4/2015
20:56
Not quite but an excellent update Time to lock some more away
phillis
09/12/2014
17:19
Going to test 300p?
phillis
21/10/2014
09:31
Upgraded to 'buy'.... tp 257p by N+1 Singer this morning.
philanderer
22/9/2014
11:35
we will never know ( not in my lifetime anyway!)
phillis
16/9/2014
11:18
what happens if the Scots vote yes?
phillis
03/7/2014
14:33
The business has solid fundamentals and having recently sold on what looked like a reversal i've bought back in today as it looks like a possible flag forming on decent volume, although no clear upside reversal signal is given. Stochastic and RSI rising from lows and MACD bouncing off zero. Elder Ray bull/bear power moving up too. looks like potential support at around 240p too. Just a hunch. free stock charts from uk.advfn.com aimho Woody
woodcutter
02/7/2014
09:25
DR_SMITH 29 Apr'14 - 09:10 - 2488 Woodcutter 29 Apr'14 - 11:30 - 2490
high park
30/6/2014
17:39
Who, what, me? ;-)
dr_smith
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