Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Foxtons Group Plc LSE:FOXT London Ordinary Share GB00BCKFY513 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.90 4.12% 48.00 47.30 48.00 50.00 46.30 46.90 403,187 16:27:43
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate 106.9 -8.8 -2.8 - 132

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03/12/2019
21:27
Can't hold the resistance.. That's a triple top now
plat hunter
01/12/2019
16:18
so you’ve been short have you, clever move, cough
dt1010
30/11/2019
23:02
Also, there has been insider buying at LSL. Don't see the Foxtons CEO buying back any of the shares he cashed in.
f15jcm
30/11/2019
22:57
Been shorting this on and off for the last two years. Opened a short position on this week's rise. If the company returned to 2016 revenue, it is already valued on 11x earnings. LSL is profitable and dividend paying and trades on 8x earnings. A recovery (that may not happen) is already priced in, the risk is definitely to the downside.
f15jcm
30/11/2019
21:19
Hilarious how the bitter regretful haters post when they know they missed the boat, laughable losers lol, thou dost protest too much hahahha
dt1010
30/11/2019
18:53
Its about sentiment not fundamentals. I guess you missed the ride from 50p huh, hmm, shame. You don’t wait until profitability to appear and then buy the stock. The train will have left the station by then. Watch what happens to this stock when Boris wins a majority.
dt1010
30/11/2019
16:50
Outlook at the last update was terrible. Con majority government will bring some certainty domestically but the long term relationship with the EU won't be decided for a while yet, and the global outlook is far from perfect. From RNS 31st October: "Overall, this was a resilient performance set against the London sales market which continues to deteriorate and the impact of the tenant fee ban on our lettings business. We are encouraged by landlords' reaction to our improved lettings offer and are confident we can continue to gain share in the London lettings market. We continue to manage costs tightly to ensure the business is well-placed to withstand this prolonged market downturn and are confident that this, coupled with our improved overall offer, positions us well for the future." "Continues to deteriorate" suggests it's still not the time to be buying this stock, though I do think its time will come eventually. With a valuation getting on for £200m for a company making absolutely no money, it's hard to see it as a bargain.
f15jcm
28/11/2019
15:43
back test :)
dt1010
28/11/2019
13:09
Still super cheap at these levels
topazfrenzy
28/11/2019
09:33
120+ by spring is my prediction
topazfrenzy
28/11/2019
08:10
Think the share sites / magazine / newspapers will soon be onto this, so need to be fully loaded. If this breaks 80p will really move. IMHO
onehanded
28/11/2019
07:28
Papers saying tory big majority win and London to get back to the property rise. Can see this on major break out.
onehanded
27/11/2019
19:34
Breakout from 70p, looking good (AOR)is another great play in the making, reminds me of early days STX, just started to break higher. Dyor
ny boy
27/11/2019
18:32
yes, chart looks interesting but I wonder if fundamentals are still bad as have not followed this stock ? I assume it has made big losses in last year or so .
arja
27/11/2019
17:23
lovely day today here with a clean break of 70p! 80p+ easy on a conservative win and gloves are off with stamp duty reform, literally the sky is the limit here with no debt and London bottoming out. Foxt is a keeper that could well ATTRACT A BID. and to think i bought £100,000 worth at 50p hahahaha well done DT :)))) bull flag played out and if you look close you’ll see a cup and handle on the chart too.. its SHORT TERM TARGET is region 85-90p.
dt1010
27/11/2019
13:27
FOXT - No debt...PURP - plenty of debt No brainer which one attracts investors looking to get in at the bottom end of the property cycle
ny boy
27/11/2019
12:52
kenny p52 - UBS have been saying this for years and - much as there has been a v small correction - they have been - for the most part - plain WRONG. Their agenda is to get punters into alternatives to property. With a very welcome Conservative victory on the cards - the London market should shift up a few gears - and could boom again if stamp duty is cut. The prize idiot Osborne made a big mistake pushing it up for more expensive houses - as this has meant that everyone investing in property has been fishing in the same pond ( at the bottom of the market) and not moving up the ladder, through not wanting - quite rightly - to pay inflated tax levels to the government. The main problem for shares like this is not the strength of the market itself - but more the increasing trend for buyers / sellers not to use conventional agents - but to employ Rightmove/Purple bricks etc instead.
emeraldzebra
27/11/2019
09:11
Going to test 80 in the coming week. NO debt a major factor for both recovery or a bid.
onehanded
27/11/2019
09:09
Plenty of buying interest, following UBS stake building, no debt is appealing
ny boy
26/11/2019
11:51
up we go :)) lovely bull flag here we come 80p+ on election result i believe the UBS stake is based not only on bottom feeding the London property market but also because I reckon Foxtons will get bid for as a whole.
dt1010
26/11/2019
11:19
Clear skies above 70p resistance, coming up
ny boy
25/11/2019
22:35
http://uk.stoxline.com/q_uk.php?s=Foxt Technicals
ny boy
25/11/2019
18:51
yes a great vote of confidence from UBS. we were right at 50p then - and before them!! haha
dt1010
25/11/2019
18:07
Extra 3% SDLT is a drop in the ocean for foreign buyers, the ones with cash can negotiate big discounts off asking prices anyway, also in Singapore for example, foreign buyers pay 20% SDLT
ny boy
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