Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gordon Dadds LSE:GOR London Ordinary Share GB00BZBY3Y09 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 153.50p 152.00p 155.00p 153.50p 153.50p 153.50p 1,951 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.0 -0.5 -1.5 - 44.15

Gordon Dadds Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
30/5/2018
21:00
very lightly traded - results need to be good to generate interest; picked these up as the outsider of three in an emerging sub sector
gopher
29/5/2018
08:44
Year end was 31/03. H1 results were eight weeks from the accounting date so I'd expect FY to come within a fortnight. (Can't find a date on the website.) No trading statement is probably a good sign.
jonwig
28/2/2018
19:18
Bit of a desperate trade to get that price! Fat finger or liquid lunch????
eggbaconandbubble
28/2/2018
18:56
Looks like that 20k late reported trade at 158 was the culprit, doesn’t take much to move these in either direction.
battlebus2
28/2/2018
16:38
No idea, bit unusual unless there’s a big sell in the background.
battlebus2
28/2/2018
16:34
What's caused that then?
eggbaconandbubble
19/2/2018
11:26
Another acquisition on a low exit multiple. Additional costs stripped out from the acquired business with the use of GOR premises. Payment to be spread over 5 years. Future revenues effectively guaranteed. Seems like a very good deal for GOR with the firepower for more to follow. Still under the radar judging by the (lack of) market reaction Some similarities with AFHP who are somewhat further down the line.
quant_investor
25/1/2018
22:18
Really like this co, nothing I’ve seen especially management says any different.Slow and steady acquisitions will continue to see the share price appreciate imv.
battlebus2
25/1/2018
21:04
I think after FFI with Massive directors buys this one is one to watch as well!
costax1654x
25/1/2018
20:34
Looking at just UK law firms, Gateley floated two-and-a-half years ago and to date has performed very creditably. It's only recently that LLPs have been allowed an ABS, and this fits in well with demands from clients for alternatives to hourly billing. At Gateley's last AGM it was mentioned that 'hourly billing' of clients was hardly ever used. A PLC structure allows unsecured borrowing and lending, better capitalisation to extend clients credit and the ability to use shares as consideration for acquisitions. Share-based incentives appear to have lured partners from other firms in considerable numbers. Gordon Dadds has a slightly different business model, one aspect of which is to offer a common standard platform for independent small law firms. In the takeover of Metcalfes announced yesterday, it's worth noting that the 'target' appeared enthusiastic about the deal and future prospects. The expectation that it will be earnings enhancing suggests they haven't overpaid. Basically, the way law is delivered is changing rapidly thanks to client demands and the rise of litigation funding. In the medium term, good firms will succeed in adapting, bad ones fail. Slater & Gordon is a striking example of a badly run firm which was taken in by a group of shysters (Quindell). RSM Tenon was over-geared: a firm of accountants which seemingly couldn't read its own balance sheet. I think Gateley already has a track record which suggests it will continue to be a good investment, and, whilst it's too early to say the same of Gordon Dadds, I'm happy to give it a chance. Keystone Law I know nothing about. Burford Capital, not a true law firm but in 'financial services' has ten-bagged for me. So I'm wary of too sweeping a generalisation.
jonwig
25/1/2018
20:30
To be honest, I am slowly moving entirely into cash, this market does not allow for any disappointment whatsoever, I wish everyone luck with their chosen investments, but I think it wise to be a contrarian these days even if you miss the party!
bookbroker
25/1/2018
20:15
Someone's been watching too much Dragon's Den..... :-) Someone also obviously wants these to come down so they can get on board... :-)
iamnotanumber6
25/1/2018
19:01
Sceptical, been around stocks long enough to understand the ebbs and flows of business, particularly ones where the goodwill, i.e.the staff, tend to determine the future within professional services businesses, and very often acquisitive businesses of this kind find it very hard to grow the bottom line. As they say, turnover is vanity, profit is sanity!🤡
bookbroker
25/1/2018
18:55
All about good management, Dyor. Personally I think you are wrong to be so negative.
elmfield
25/1/2018
18:51
Allon, who are you, you are just another poster, and probably ill-informed about this company’s predocessor’s as listed entities, experience of Tenon, Slater Gordon tells me all I need to know!🤡
bookbroker
25/1/2018
18:11
Thats not really worth considering as a view on the stock and swearing just makes you look poorly informed and like someone no one listens to.
allonblack
25/1/2018
13:03
Don’t be such a big woman’s blouse baldy, the facts are there, good luck to you, hope u make a shilling or two!
bookbroker
25/1/2018
12:59
bookbroker - foul language doesn't encourage me to read the rest of your post.
jonwig
25/1/2018
11:29
Based on current acquisition rate and the forecast margin increase towards 15pc this stock looks set to be a multi bagger. Management own alot of stock, communicate clearly and are executing as stated. Anyone got a good view to share?
allonblack
08/1/2018
11:55
@ battlebus - thanks. One of the three top tips for 2018. Link: Http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/investing/article-5242409/MIDAS-TIPS-Whats-hot-2018.html EDIT: KEYS has risen in sympathy. Similar business model I think.
jonwig
08/1/2018
11:32
Tipped by midas in the MOS.
battlebus2
01/12/2017
23:37
Indeed anything’s possible.
battlebus2
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