Future Dividends - FUTR

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Future Plc FUTR London Ordinary Share GB00BYZN9041 ORD 15P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
26.00 1.33% 1,984.00 16:35:10
Close Price Low Price High Price Open Price Previous Close
1,984.00 1,928.00 2,020.00 1,934.00 1,958.00
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cheshire pete: Yes, very interesting Alphabeta. Only short tracker I'm aware of is Castellain ....are there any others please? FUTR nadir 10.00am Monday of c1766 rising to c1894 close yesterday, >7% movement on day.
lomax99: Kuvari Partners increased their short by .08% on 7/9/20, taking their short position to 1.52%. Short interest overall is reported as 4.98%. Expect to hear more from the anonymous report brigade shortly. Not that FUTR has been backward with regards to M&A, but expect this to resume shortly as the group continues to de-lever. Their recent non-exec appointment, Mark Brooker, should be able to assist, apart from a number of senior corporate roles, he also spent 17 years at Morgan Stanley focusing on equity capital raising and M&A.
alphabeta4: lomax997 Sep '20 - 08:34 - 2336 of 2337 0 4 0 Short interest in FUTR is at 4.9%, hope they are enjoying the ride! You do have to wonder on a potential short squeeze; they seem to have been fairly resilient until now albeit Coltrane and Capeview seem to be dropping back a little.
lomax99: Short interest in FUTR is at 4.9%, hope they are enjoying the ride!
investing2retire: I've been in FUTR for a while since 1200s.hlad to seenits breaking out towards previous resistance.
cheshire pete: COVID has helped FUTR. No more magazines in waiting rooms as health hazard. Looking on line instead. Wonder if the hedgies shorting took this into account.
sweenoid: Gotta say I sold up just short of £13, profits have to be taken and they were sweet. Delighted the shorters have taken a real ‘kicking’; A great company, well run, but greed is bad and 60 odd % profit on a very good bet in a few months is not to be sniffed at, best of luck to holders FUTR is most definitely on my watchlist for....the future 👏✅ 8521; S
blue meaning: I’ve been a holder of FUTR for years but have taken the opportunity to sell into this mornings rise for a number of reasons in the RNS. Firstly (and what I had attributed this weeks general weakness to) is the price they are paying for TI which now looks eyewateringly expensive compared to 6 months ago. Also the 3 choicest titles that would have provided the best savings for cross selling and the best opportunities for e-commerce have to be removed from the deal yet the price is still confirmed today at 120m. In today’s environment, maybe it’s worth half that? Who knows! Then there is the integration risk which is a challenge at the best of times but in a situation where the country is facing lockdown may prove insurmountable. TI could quickly become a huge millstone in an environment where cash is king. Secondly guidance has been reaffirmed for H1 but not much said about FY today other than cost cutting measures have been introduced suggesting that clouds are gathering. WH Smith guidance released on 12 March was abysmal and surely must have read through to magazine sales for both TI and FUTR. On the bright side sales from grocers are offsetting but the extent is opaque. Thirdly economists are now predicting recession so consumers will tighten their belts considerably - that means cancelling subscriptions and luxuries such as electrical goods. Equally corporates are slashing advertising as seen by M&S RNS today which makes dire reading. Fourthly if corona continues then how can FUTR produce a meaningful sports mag if there are no fixtures to cover or review films if the cinemas are shut etc etc. Equally how can e-commerce revenues grow if amazon remains closed to “non essential goods” ie pretty much everything that FUTR offers. Amazon apparently already has corona in its warehouses. Even if you did buy, there may soon be no one available to deliver it for you. My guess is H2 will be very bleak indeed. Finally, in the absence of specific news, the shares only seem to get support recently on a day when shorters decide to trim but they weren’t exactly clambering to close yesterday until shares reached 5. Meanwhile another new short position has been disclosed by Capeview. That suggests the bottom could perhaps be even lower than 500p. All in all I’m amazed the market has taken the price as high as it has today and was happy to sell out at 800p to wait on the sidelines for possible reentry sub 500p. Only my thoughts and knowing my luck they will be back at 1500p next week!! As ever DYOR. BM
74sjh: FT today saying that there has been an increase in video games sales as consumers prepare for the possibility they might be stuck at home. The Daily Mail has reported today on Toms Guide leaks regarding Playstation 5 which seems to be adding to webtraffic to FUTRs sites. Not unreasonable to expect magazine sales might be doing better as well in this environment. So for FUTR, surely the strength in all these areas would more than offset weakness in the relatively small Events division.
napoleon 14th: Quite so, squintyflinty15 Feb '20 - 10:42 - 2158 of 2159 Stockview's self-serving attack sent FUTR from £12 to £9, approx 25%. Shadowfall's same has, so far, sent FUTR fom £15 to £12, approx 20%. So in the intervening 6 months FUTR recovered from £9 and went over £15; up 66%. If Shadowfall's attack has the same sequel, FUTR should be £20 by mid-year......? Bullish statistics aside - these are only stats, after all - all the broker note are pointing to c. £20. Interesting circumstances! Obviously this meteoric rise can't go on for ever - FUTR's market is not infinite - so the best profit should be when? Difficult to judge where the peak is, but I'm sticking with it this time, just like last time. TI Group has yet to be incorporated and bring a good set of assets to be revived. Contact with investors this week should include a deliberated disclaimer of Shadowfall's piece. Poise! Directors' share sell. - Didn't hear any objections when that share scheme was given at a fraction of this price. So they made a huge success of FUTR, share price at multiples of the grant price, and took the profit once they had done part 1 of the job. I'm looking forward to part 2! Those simpletons looking for talent to use without paying are quite rightly left hungry... I won't pretend I'm impervious to the fall to £12; it has made quite a dent. Shorting should not exist, but it does... It won't alter my view of this share until there are REAL negatives directly related to FUTR. Apart from the superficial & self-serving shorters, I haven't heard any yet.
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