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FCH Funding Circle Holdings Plc

0.60 (1.64%)
28 Nov 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Funding Circle Holdings Plc LSE:FCH London Ordinary Share GB00BG0TPX62 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.60 1.64% 37.10 18,702 16:35:25
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
35.10 37.90 37.10 37.10 37.10
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Computer Programming Service 155M -6.5M -0.0182 -20.38 132.31M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:47:13 O 3,058 37.104 GBX

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Posted at 28/11/2023 08:20 by Funding Circle Daily Update
Funding Circle Holdings Plc is listed in the Computer Programming Service sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FCH. The last closing price for Funding Circle was 36.50p.
Funding Circle currently has 356,619,718 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Funding Circle is £132,305,915.
Funding Circle has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -20.38.
This morning FCH shares opened at 37.10p
Posted at 13/9/2022 16:15 by sphere25

There is a short and long answer. Brace yourself :-)

If some interesting activity stands out, I will post it. If something is worth a buy (imo), I will post the buy. However, it will be even quicker trades only, with tighter stops. This market hasn't been giving much time before the next legs down.

Overall though, the reality right now is to continue to play defence (even sit it completely out if new or less experienced) and try and hit the market with quick counters on bounces (seeing over sold technical bounces and some fierce bounces on some company updates) or interesting heavy buying.

If we play attack on the long side with short term trades in this market attempting to grow the share dealing accounts (ISA in my and most cases), it is very easy to get chewed up and spat out.

The only folk who can take on a more attacking stance are those long term folk who have done their research on the heavily beaten down low multiples shares, have factored in profit downgrades/outcomes, can see recession proof balance sheets that aren't going to cause some major issue down the line (too much debt is always the killer) and are willing to look out to at least some point in 2024.

Even if next year is muted or bad (central bankers continue to balls up), at some point next year the market will look forward about nine months and it would take an ardent bear to argue that better times aren't close. That would hold even truer if the US (DOW currently off 900 points) has put too much faith in a soft landing and has a bigger sell off from here - see last post on RICA board.

Ultimately, this market can make anyone look very foolish very quickly and the risk reward on the short term long trades is still terrible. The interesting thing is that the more beaten down shares get, the more intrigue there is in buying a basket of shares (rather than 99% shorter term trading) for a 2-5 year hold.

Tempted to have a proper go if the bullish hat can be found at some point down the line. Let's see how it goes.

All imo

2 Sep '22 - 13:01 - 126 of 140
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Sphere appreciate your thoughts - is there ANYTHING you're buying right now?
Posted at 24/8/2022 08:28 by sphere25
No problem Linton5.

This move back in FCH is just another example of how the dynamic is out there and how well and truly the bears are in control. Clearly (imo) FCH is of far greater risk, but it is happening almost everywhere. As traders, we have to be so quick to book any profits if having a go for a trade and cutting the losers quick. These pops higher simply don't last long.

Even when you have heavy buying (e.g. FCH, PIN, MTEC) or big director buying (e.g. OTB), you can get a pop higher and the bears still come flying back with the macro trumping all. Even if a company is performing ahead of expectations, the macro can still trump all. If you're in line with expectations, not alot happens and then another leg down for some. If you're behind, it's clobbering time.

If you have buyers in size try to come in and clear sellers at key resistance levels (e.g. TYMN just under 260p, STAF at 46p and SRC at 60p), the market sees the higher volume, notes that there are too many sellers in size at those key marks and pings back off the breakout level to lurch back lower.

Currently watching 110 shares for any interesting activity (hard slog finding it right now) and there are eight, just eight of the regular ones that are sat in some form of respectable position: CTO, CNIC, MER, WIN, LOOK, SOM, ADF and CAPD. Companies like CNIC have to keep beating forecasts just to hang on to gains because the sellers always come back in to try and knock it back down.

There are clearly still opportunities out there for quick bounces and it is more favourable than earlier in the year, but it's still a treacherous market. Earlier in the year it was worse. When the indices charts roll over, establish firm downtrends, volatility picks up and you don't know how the US is going to close after the UK close, it becomes very hard to trade. You can wake up with a big gap down and take a barrage of 5-10% losses. It's a confidence arena this. Too many of those and it takes alot of resilience to march back.

The risk reward was massively against us at that point. I took time out and went on holiday. It was very difficult. I don't see the point in trying to fight something so bearish like that.

You may as well just go to a building site, stand in front of a wrecking ball and start shouting "COME ON IF YOU THINK YOU'RE HARD ENOUGH!"

Clearly better times will come, the trends will change and buy and hold will reap the rewards but I don't see any bullish times in the near term. It would be surprising if it is this year, possibly some point next year (at best?) when the market looks forward 9 months through the issues but it's too difficult to call.

Back to looking for any interesting activity.

All imo
Posted at 12/8/2022 13:27 by linton5
Fch on its way out or it’s the bargain o the century, very quiet from company since results
Posted at 31/5/2022 20:29 by typo56
Recent volatility and volume probably has something to do with FCH leaving the MSCI Global Small Cap index at close today.
Posted at 31/5/2022 14:40 by yieldsearch
Volatile price recently
Posted at 16/5/2022 08:56 by its the oxman
Plenty of bad news in current price. FCH may yet come good one day.
Posted at 20/4/2022 08:57 by its the oxman
Also bought a few here, it is the digital age after all and I'm just hoping the next update is positive. Can any holders offer a view on the upside here. Hardly buying near the top. Was wondering if they could be taken out given lowly share price but not sure if this is likely or ever been a subject of any market speculation.
Posted at 22/3/2022 13:12 by albert arthur
Posted at 22/3/2022 12:04 by albert arthur
Pitney Bowes Inc. (NYSE: PBI), a global shipping and mailing company that provides technology, logistics, and financial services, today announced it has partnered with Funding Circle (LSE: FCH), a leading online small business lending platform, to provide loans to their small business customers
Posted at 10/3/2022 13:55 by outlawinvestor
Good final results IMO. Great margins. Good improvement in NAV and solid cash position. They've done well out of UK & US govt COVID loan schemes.

Muted response thus far perhaps because FY22 PBT is likely to be materially lower? If I understand it correctly FY22 will run just above break-even but remain on a solid footing and rising trend for following years.
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