Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Games Workshop Group LSE:GAW London Ordinary Share GB0003718474 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +35.00p +1.09% 3,260.00p 3,255.00p 3,275.00p 3,295.00p 3,195.00p 3,200.00p 142,848 16:35:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Leisure Goods 219.9 74.5 185.0 17.6 1,057.51

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15/10/2018
08:35
Here's a link for the whole article Nod referenced in post 2847 https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/geeks-come-out-to-play-tabletop-fantasy-games-games-workshop-warhammer-prp305pjp?shareToken=1fe853dc610a0c52c9ee7db45ca21c63
shanklin
15/10/2018
08:19
There are 500 stores not 400! Mr Harlow seems to have a better handle on the evolving business than Mr Hall. The article fails to mention Age of Sigma which is approx 40% of sales with the aim of becoming 50%.
cockerhoop
15/10/2018
07:42
You should be able to see the whole article via the following link, not that it tells us anything we don't already know... https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/share-of-the-week-games-workshop-gzkw68rk0?shareToken=6087d3d5cacb93436446952c4ed2c4ca
shanklin
13/10/2018
06:01
In another article in The Times today, it is Share of the week: Games Workshophttps://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/share-of-the-week-games-workshop-gzkw68rk0
nod
13/10/2018
05:53
Geeks come out to play as fantasy games top the tableEmma YeomansOctober 13 2018, 12:01am, The Times Playing with plastic orcs, elves and witches used to be something school children hid from their peers for fear of being labelled a geek. The popularity of television programmes such as Game of Thrones, however, has encouraged thousands of Britons to take up tabletop fantasy games. Even celebrities such as the singer Ed Sheeran are joining in. Games Workshop, which produced the Warhammer game 32 years ago, has seen its shares rise by 660 per cent over the past two years, making it the most successful firm in the FTSE 250 share index. https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/geeks-come-out-to-play-tabletop-fantasy-games-games-workshop-warhammer-prp305pjp
nod
12/10/2018
09:39
Welcome home Fred.
nod
12/10/2018
09:28
https://www.tradingview.com/chart/GAW/N15Q9kXM-GAW-buy-opportunity/I posted this a few days ago when price was coming back through 34ish. Slightly overshot as it went to the monthly s2 pivot at 30.92 but has already bounced from there. Needs to reclaim the yearly pivots at 32.50 and 33.30 but good buying opportunity. Algos and institutions use major pivots to load up or sell (the recent high of 40.13 is a yearly pivot and this is a pullback from that).
chrisatom
12/10/2018
08:11
That's me back in :o)
flatoutfred
11/10/2018
23:20
The chart clearly shows there were no jitters on the sale of 1.7% by Tom Kirby on 27 September. He still holds 4.8%. The share price was fairly stable until around 4 October when markets started to tank on USA bond yield concerns. The GAW chart correlates well with the FTSE 100 and with most other indices. Our loss is greater in percentage terms because most investors have made very healthy profits in GAW over the past two or three years. Some are taking GAW profits off the table but perhaps keeping some of their GAW shares. Understandably, there are few buyers of anything today which causes stocks to tumble. The old saying is that people tend sell the roses while keeping the weeds (sell their best performers while keeping their under performers).
nod
11/10/2018
16:58
£2om on a £1bn company should not cause problems unless the shares were placed with spivs
woozle1
11/10/2018
16:54
According to The Times, yesterday's 6.7% share price decline in GAW was due to "Investor jitters after recent placing"...
robinnicolson
11/10/2018
14:26
Thank goodness for USA CPI data being half that expected for last month (0.1 vs 0.2). "The Consumer Price Index increased 0.1 percent last month after rising 0.2 percent in August.In the 12 months through September, the CPI increased 2.3 percent, slowing from August's 2.7 percent advance."
nod
11/10/2018
14:17
buying oportunity for me when market is more stabalised.
red5
11/10/2018
10:20
Last time they did it - they bought high and burned shareholder fingers.
trident5
11/10/2018
09:57
I wonder whether the current board has considered using some of the excess cash to buy back the company's shares when they view the business as intrinsically undervalued. It is a strategy they have done in the past. The FCF yield is currently c.4.8%
robinnicolson
11/10/2018
05:51
Another big down day forecast for today :(
nod
10/10/2018
09:25
I'm with you fred, got out at breakeven, now sitting on the sidelines until the santa rally, if it comes!!
rickyy
10/10/2018
09:22
I agree with you Nod but going to wait a wee bit yet before getting back in. I think the market is due a correction.
flatoutfred
09/10/2018
20:20
There is concern in the USA and UK about retail. Evidence of a downturn in consumer spending and higher transportation costs. On the plus side, analysts advise selling growth stocks that have debt and no yield. Advise, buy stocks with no debt and good yield. GAW straddles both sides: it is seen as retail (rather than a manufacturer) but has no debt and delivers good yield, even at this price.
nod
09/10/2018
12:29
I'm not sure about the valuation getting ahead of itself. The big issue for me is brokers forecast of zero growth next year. Given that we have just had a year of 40% growth that looks most unlikely, and if we get decent growth next year (anything double digits) then, for the moat this business has, the current share price does not look expensive.
mad foetus
09/10/2018
11:56
Big tree shake today. I think the valuation got ahead of itself. w1
woozle1
09/10/2018
08:49
In January I mentioned the S&P Global Luxury Index SPGLGUNAn index of luxury brands i.e. Expensive products, which includes Nike and many other household names.https://www.tradingview.com/symbols/SP-SPGLGUN/The index rose steadily from early 2016 and peaked around 11 June 2018. Since then it's been volatile reflecting the volatile stock markets.The index represents a wide basket of luxury brands and may be a bellwether of spending by the relatively affluent.
nod
09/10/2018
08:16
Yeah, not only that there's some bad stuff going down in the Mortal Realms that's concerning :-)
cockerhoop
09/10/2018
03:06
Global markets remain in turmoil with major issues in so many places. The IMF has just nudged down global growth forecasts citing "trade disruptions". We have Italy vs EU, UK vs EU, USA vs EU, USA vs China, USA vs North Korea, USA vs Iran, Russia vs The West, and so on. There's a lot of uncertainty and stock markets don't like uncertainty.The Italy debt is turning into Greece II, which could negatively impact the Euro exchange rate (impact on GAW eu profits). However, when the Euro falls the USD usually rises as there are few other currency options today. US bond yields have been rising and this is also making stock markets jittery. JPMorgan are suggesting bond yields may fall back as investors buy US bonds (bond prices then go up, lowering the bond yield). US corporate earnings are expected to be good, benefitting from those tax cuts. This may be enough to give markets a kick up the bum. And the USD a boost.
nod
08/10/2018
20:32
It's actually the 2nd Interim dividend, with the 1st this financial year announced 8th June and paid 27th July (30p)
cockerhoop
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