Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Goco Group Plc LSE:GOCO London Ordinary Share GB00BZ02Q916 ORD GBP0.0002
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 104.80 104.20 104.80 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonlife Insurance 152.6 33.8 6.5 16.1 439

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/4/2019
20:13
I am here DiscoDave! I have been following the action :) The RSI is a bit overstretched so I am not sure if there will be any pullbacks and to what extend.
moneypenny2018
17/4/2019
12:29
Looking bullish here, and chart wise we have a golden cross forming 4-6 weeks away. I think we will test and break the significant 100p barrier next few weeks. GLA
montyville2
17/4/2019
09:04
The Momentum Investor commented last month: We suspect the share price weakness may reflect the announcement that the group will invest an extra £10m in marketing this year on start-up venture weflip, a new product launched 15th October ’18, which automatically switches or ‘flips’ a customer from one energy provider to another and is the first product launched as part of its new “savings as a service” strategy to reduce customer “botheration.” Start-up losses were £1.2m last year and this extra investment will depress profits in FY’19. But CEO Matthew Crummack is talking big: “weflip has the potential to disrupt markets in the same way that price comparison did when Gocompare launched in 2006." After five non-exec directors bought shares post results, Chairman Sir Peter Wood (who founded hugely successful Direct Line and Esure insurance businesses) has just waded in and bought 17.8m shares at just under 64p, taking his holding to 29.9%. If weflip works out, the shares could easily double from here on a 2-year view. We are buyers. Added more at 70p last December.
aishah
17/4/2019
09:00
On Weflip launch Matthew Crummack said: "This hugely powerful tool will track energy deals daily, but we anticipate customers will be switched once or twice a year, when a significant (at least £50) saving can be made. "With Weflip we are creating something that will appeal to the occasional switcher who ultimately ends up back on an SVT, and to those who have never switched. A significant barrier to switching is the hassle – perceived and real – that people associate with the process, along with their disinterest in the energy market more generally. "Weflip aims to remove that hassle by allowing households to simply outsource this burdensome chore, saving everyone precious time and money year after year."
aishah
17/4/2019
08:40
Seems to have finally pushed past the 77p stumbling block miss moneypenny. You still about. Onwards and upwards
maximus57
17/4/2019
08:13
Amazed by how this has passed everyone by.
mad foetus
17/4/2019
08:02
Gaining some momentum, no TA but would think £1 will give some resistance, we will see.
discodave4
15/4/2019
17:53
Yourself included!
discodave4
15/4/2019
11:20
Looks strong today and judging by the number of posts here it is smart money buying in
mad foetus
12/4/2019
16:31
It's finally woke up!
discodave4
12/4/2019
15:12
Thanks AISHAH, Liberum:"We do not think GoCompare would be bought by another PCW website such as Moneysupermarket.com or CompareTheMarket, although there may be an opportunity to be merged with a smaller player such as confused.com, due to likely regulatory concerns on competition grounds. However, we do see two potential groups of buyers. The first would be private equity groups who may be interested in the information that GoCompare holds and its WeFlip technology and, secondly, classified portal groups in the automotive and / or property space who may see a PCW service as a useful adjunct to their main offering. This is the strategy that ZPG pursued when it bought uSwitch, as did Scout24 (in a slightly different guise, focusing on consumer loans) in Germany when they bought Finanzcheck.de. Possible candidates who could be interested are AutoTrader but also the likes of eBay and CarGurus, who have been buying up UK classified automotive sites."
discodave4
12/4/2019
13:02
FT Alphaville: The rumour is PE interest, potentially with management in the canoe.
aishah
12/4/2019
12:44
Can't find anything, some odd trades this past week or so.
discodave4
12/4/2019
10:36
Large trades just gone thru?
death by donut
12/4/2019
10:33
Any news on why this is shooting up, or do we think it's as a result from the Buy report from Liberum yesterday?
jimmywilson612
12/4/2019
10:15
Looking good, I got in earlier, gla
mad foetus
11/4/2019
08:20
Anybody explain those 170k trades - are they rollovers or what?
discodave4
11/4/2019
08:01
Liberum upgrades: Buy tp £1
discodave4
10/4/2019
07:53
The share price action here is odd.
discodave4
29/3/2019
16:11
Spoke too soon........ssshhh
discodave4
28/3/2019
13:12
Capital markets day seems to have generated some positive interest......at last!.
discodave4
27/3/2019
08:53
Yes, I sold mine a bit too early with hindsight-but made a very nice turn on them-so no real regrets. Eyes are peeled for a re-entry position but nothing doing so far. Will be patient for a suitable level and if it doesn't appear-too bad.
cwa1
26/3/2019
19:36
Hi CWAYou out at the moment?
discodave4
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