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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Dwf Group Plc LSE:DWF London Ordinary Share GB00BJMD6M39 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.80 1.11% 72.80 73.00 74.00 73.80 71.20 73.80 175,259 16:35:05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 356.6 18.2 3.8 19.2 236

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/9/2020
08:54
Chat on ROF: https://www.rollonfriday.com/news-content/exclusive-dwf-puts-pas-and-business-services-staff-risk-redundancy
jim digriz
11/9/2020
08:39
IC covers results:. Conclusion: DWF’s shares have disappointed since debuting in March last year – their value has almost halved from the 122p IPO price. The group is handing out a final dividend and does enjoy some defensive characteristics with recurring revenue from its insurance activities. It might be worth sticking around to find out if new management can stage a comeback. Hold. Last IC View: Hold, 85p, 30 Mar 2020 I'd agree with the underlined bit! trev - I should have said "not much of a trader". Interpret that as you like!
jonwig
10/9/2020
07:19
#59 is spam.
jonwig
09/9/2020
23:46
jonwig "and I bought a few yesterday morning. I don't expect to see 120p anytime soon, but 70p would be my price target, short-term" - and you said you weren't a trader :-)
tradertrev
09/9/2020
14:16
@ tradertrev - I can't really comment on your assertion, not being a trader! But these FY results are to 30 April, and the CEO was sacked on 29 May. According to a Times article at the time, he made acquisitions but no attempt at integrating them. ("Just get on with it.") This means there'll be a lot of reorganisation and integration in the current year - with the associated costs. The TS yesterday didn't allude to this. So what it means, I guess, is than any manipulation you suggest will be small compared to the real costs coming up. Personally, I'd be more concerned with beyond-due receivables - a common thing with law firms. As you say, outlook seems good, and I bought a few yesterday morning. I don't expect to see 120p anytime soon, but 70p would be my price target, short-term. (Barring "stuff happening"!) PS: Aviva contract could be significant?
jonwig
08/9/2020
09:27
Well done to those who traded this at the lows, but I'm not buying into this here or any time soon. We have delayed results which are predictably bad coming out at the same time as new results for a shorter, more recent period which are surprisingly good. It's the easiest thing in the world for an extremely ambitious CEO such as we have here to allocate some revenue out of the earlier period into the recent one and/or some costs the other way. The market largely ignores the weaker, older results and focuses on the more current ones. I'd need to see a good trading pattern maintained for at least another 2 quarters before I'd change my mind on this one. Just my personal opinion of course.
tradertrev
08/9/2020
07:16
As expected - excellent updateShould see 70's today
scepticalinvestor
12/8/2020
11:28
There’s a storm of litigation brewing relating to covid19 that will undoubtedly lead to significant volumes of business for the legal industry over the next couple of years. From small employment related issues and tribunals over unfair dismissals through to large-scale corporate litigation, it will be a boon for the likes of DWF. Looking forward to significant recovery over two years. Salty
saltaire111
09/7/2020
08:10
Looks like a move to the 80p range is on now.
tallprawn
09/7/2020
08:05
Very positive update this morning. Better than the market anticipated. Salty
saltaire111
09/7/2020
07:33
Interesting company this. Don't tend to invest on legal firms but this shows growth and porential
scepticalinvestor
06/7/2020
12:01
Starting to gather momentum. Covid litigation will be a massive boost for Lawyers over the next 36 months. Imagine the litigation that will follow the furlough/redundancies/pay cuts that will spin for this mess. One thing is certain, lawyers always do well from a crisis. Salty.
saltaire111
03/7/2020
17:22
Nice uptick today.
saltaire111
30/6/2020
13:01
Very good points - I am looking at their forward eps which is excellent
scepticalinvestor
29/6/2020
15:23
Scep - sure, DWF is a fine company - I know some firms who are clients. But that's not enough for the market. First, they have net debt, which isn't good with a law firm which also has big debtors. They see fit to stress their debt collection records and lower debt than expected, but why even mention it? And then there's CEO leaving - not so transparent. I don't know what price I'd be a buyer here, look at the chart! But yes, at some point maybe.
jonwig
29/6/2020
13:36
I have my eye on this. Despite the recent profit warning they are still a decent firm imo
scepticalinvestor
26/6/2020
14:13
reckon it will settle at circa 40p now
itsnotmeitsy0u
23/6/2020
10:38
still a large seller.will be buying in but there is still a way to go. agree with the comment re GTLY however there is a definite trading opp here imo
itsnotmeitsy0u
22/6/2020
20:38
Would far rather own GTLY - better managed, lower valuation and much stronger balance sheet.
tradertrev
22/6/2020
13:20
I bought DWF this morning at 58p. Think that lawyers are going to do well from the avalanche of litigation that’s going to follow the global pandemic. DWF now offers global reach and will be well positioned to benefit. BUY! Salty
saltaire111
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