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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Go-Ahead Group LSE:GOG London Ordinary Share GB0003753778 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -36.00p -2.09% 1,686.00p 1,690.00p 1,694.00p 1,737.00p 1,683.00p 1,725.00p 107,148 16:35:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 3,461.5 145.7 207.2 8.1 727.09

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
07/5/2017
11:05
Hi smoky There's no black or white answer. My preference is LTH but a black swan event can happen at any time and upset all your carefully considered options. The best returns require effort - even deciding to do nothing which experience teaches is so often the right course. Patience is often the right option but we all favour something new on the horizon to pep our interest when that purchase may be high risk. Know your company, trust good management and be aware of their track record. Keep an eye on Twitter for PI impressions. Monitor RNSs and make up your own mind. Boring companies with few posts on here and LSE can often be a pointer to a long term hold. Good luck
fizzypop
06/5/2017
22:11
Thx fizzypop, if/when it gets to £22 and the company is doing well would you consider holding? What metrics do you use for other targets on your list? Personally I'm just getting a bit bored of keep switching - just want to buy and forget about it (barring rubbish company performance of course:))
smokybenchod
06/5/2017
18:56
Agreed smoky as a LTH. Broker target of £22 would be a gain for me of 30% from 1698p. Last interim divi increased by 6.5% and comparable increases should continue. What I call a banking stock for surplus funds (at this point on the chart) until I can deploy elsewhere. GL
fizzypop
06/5/2017
14:16
What's everyone's strategy here, long term hold? That's my thoughts - luckily got in 16.99 although think that this could be one to potentially tuck away for a few years with the big divy, good cash flow and relatively high barriers to entry (barring existing competitors). Not to mention the low PE, in fact not many negatives I can think of barring the obvious GTR issues which only accounts so small portion of profit.
smokybenchod
05/5/2017
18:54
A significant close above 1800p which has been a resistance level. A nice bowl forming on the chart.
fizzypop
28/4/2017
15:09
Http://www.sharecast.com/news/hsbc-maintains-go-ahead-group-buy-rating-but-cuts-target-price/25628605.html
aleman
20/4/2017
11:03
This has much further to run and a 5.75% yield as reward for patience.
fizzypop
20/4/2017
08:27
No bad news! Reassuringly business as usual. "Our full year expectations for both bus and rail divisions are unchanged from the update given at the half year results on 28 February 2017. The Group remains in a strong financial position, with good cash generation and a robust balance sheet."
barnesian
20/4/2017
07:35
Up 6% on Q3 TS.
fizzypop
06/4/2017
09:38
Momentum building nicely.
fizzypop
06/4/2017
09:24
Stock Tip Alert: Buy Go-Ahead Group (GOG) by Liberum Capital today
barnesian
06/4/2017
07:18
We have a breakout, up 3% on opening.
fizzypop
05/4/2017
13:48
End of the tax year, are MMs trying to force a few more sales. Negligible volumes.
fizzypop
05/4/2017
11:21
2nd visit to 1695p and nice W formation being formed. Reckon all the risk now to the upside and yield now > 5.75% with forecast annual divi likely to at least equal 100p.
fizzypop
04/4/2017
16:50
Joined the fan club at £16.98. Been waiting for that dip below £17.
fizzypop
03/4/2017
19:05
any chartists out there care to comment - potential double bottom?
smokybenchod
28/3/2017
14:31
No bounce yet. Perhaps better to wait till after ex-div 30 March as the fall in share price will take this below 1700p thus triggering stops making this even more of a bargain. But anything could happen in the two days before ex-div date.
fizzypop
24/3/2017
15:54
GOG share price is bound to bounce over the next 2-3 days, as the ex divi date 30th March is fast approaching. 31p divi to be paid on 21st April :).
cjones123
17/3/2017
11:34
So the Group Finance Director has just bought 300 shares at £17.08 following the lead of the CEO. Got a better price too. The CEO paid £17.26.
barnesian
15/3/2017
20:52
If everyone went on strike when they were unhappy with managements decisions, the country would go bust.
smokybenchod
15/3/2017
17:56
Hopefully! This is an agreement with ASLEF but not yet with RMT. I think that will follow shortly as the union is keen to get their members to agree to lift strike action. I think there were 54% in favour of strike action at the last ballot against the recommendation of the union IIRC.
barnesian
15/3/2017
17:39
yeh expecting a strong bounce towards 1800
smokybenchod
15/3/2017
17:12
Strike over. Should help price tomorrow.
barnesian
14/3/2017
11:23
My short (as a hedge) is bound to cause a massive bounce - but it is all looking a bit desperate atm
artibee
10/3/2017
12:58
That purchase maybe foiled a further drop,good timing eh
linton5
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