Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Greene King LSE:GNK London Ordinary Share GB00B0HZP136 ORD 12.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.00p -0.36% 553.00p 552.50p 553.00p 556.50p 551.00p 556.50p 795,097 16:03:38
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 2,216.5 184.9 49.0 11.3 1,714.17

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19/9/2017
12:02
Looks cheap, backed by assets, but in an environment of rising interest rates, how will high-yielders like Green King's shares behave?
alphahunter
19/9/2017
11:50
Looking through Greene King the second time around, here are the following important points shareholders and new investors should take to heart: Starting with the good points -The stock is 20%-30% undervalued based on a range of valuation metrics, which takes into account the latest trading update. -Despite, rising total borrowings to £2.5bn. On a per-share basis, debt fell from £14 in 2005 to £8 today. Meanwhile, the share price is down from £6.50 to £5.50. Making the stock an undervalue investment play. -Greene King controls £3.2bn of freehold properties. If you minus the net borrowings, the excess properties are around £1.1bn or 64% of market capitalisation. Now, onto the bad points -Commercial properties prices have continued to struggle and despite two years of growth, it remains below levels last seen in 2000. That’s because of the interest in online shopping and the closures of bricks and mortar stores. -Their brewing ale brands division is facing growing competition as profit margin fell from 20% to 15% in a decade. Putting it all together. Share price forecast On the technical charts, the sentiment is seriously negative. The indicators are making lower lows in the RSI and MACD. This could send the shares falling towards £5. But that represents immediate value, as long as earnings don’t collapse (30% or more). Personally, I’m pencilling in a fall of 10% in adjusted earnings. However, this time next year, shares in Greene King could rise to £6.50 per share. Given the historical performances of Greene King, this has a 70% chance of happening. But the key is to wait for another three months to see if the technical indicators change direction. Thanks for reading and make sure to comment on my blog post below, if you have specific questions. This is because the forums are very active and I don’t have the time to scroll through several pages. Although any answers I will re-post on the forum if it proves helpful to shareholders. My full post with charts and explanations: http://bit.ly/2wDJbzg
walbrock82
18/9/2017
02:38
I ll be sure to file your alert in the appropriate filing cabinet. You know the cylindrical wire mesh one :)
racg
17/9/2017
19:14
So you think FTSE 6750 in 4 weeks does not represent a general market sell off ? BARC, LLOY and RBS charts ALL have started another leg down The FTSE 100 drop is now underway .... buywell alert has been issued dyor
buywell3
17/9/2017
19:05
Keep in mind there is yield support. For significantly lower levels you need either/or, a wider market sell off, more disappointment on trading, the dividend under threat- the third of those I see as less likely, but not impossible. All just my take Only.
essentialinvestor
17/9/2017
18:06
$11.20 coming on NYSE very soon next week IMO And with the £ going higher and boris wanting to get a grip the FTSE could see 7100 next week And test 6750 a couple or so weeks later Means this could now go below 500p IMO
buywell3
17/9/2017
15:05
I closed my small trade. The lack of director buying here may be worth noting, just my take
essentialinvestor
17/9/2017
12:26
Wetherspoon's are killing this as they take market share Better menus now and some very nice ethical and UK oriented things being done by the CEO ... try their new lamb shank offer with a glass of Merlot included Yum The NYSE chart of GNK in the header seems to be lagging the UK When the Yanks wake up and smell the coffee and it plays catch up uk , IMO this will drop further , more newer competition coming into the market like for example Stonegate Pub Company who I have to say seem to have been energised shall we say by the Wetherspoon's latest menu , are going to make things much worse over the next 12 months IMO
buywell3
16/9/2017
21:15
Can't see much upside in the short term so I'm out. Nice dividend yesterday though. Where I live the Weatherspoons pub is doing much better than the Green King pub which looks tired and dated. Suet
suetballs
13/9/2017
14:44
Speed, markets looks a little dangerous to my eyes, that being said I can be a little too cautious on outlook. Some nice opportunities ultimately on some of the beaten down consumer stocks, worth keeping a watchlist. However some lows could be well in to next year, or later.
essentialinvestor
13/9/2017
14:28
8 on my watch list .. This is the only one blue
right honorable lord lucan
13/9/2017
12:03
EI - agree re value traps
speedsgh
13/9/2017
11:45
FAB, your take on any degree of recovery (which may be transitory) would probably be more accurate than my guess. Bought a small amount yesterday as thought could short term sentiment get much worse. There look to be a lot of value traps in the market atm.
essentialinvestor
13/9/2017
10:55
Mcrispy - yes, sitting just below the 200MA Monthly but it could become resistance and if you look at the downside trendline over time you get to @£4. EI - Yes, the overall mix looks mirky across the board and in my view has done for a while now. I was encouraged by a comment I heard from a Jim Rogers interview. He stated he often made the mistake of calling the market too early and paid for it by being prematurely long/short. Even though he was fundamentally right it is better to be prepared and wait for market signals. Know the feeling. On GNK, I would expect to see a rally but how strong?
fabius1
13/9/2017
09:17
Just one of three going the right way for me this morning.
philanderer
12/9/2017
14:54
Some of the hotel reviews are a bit worrying,although many others laud them.Got to hold on to see this through.Will get Dividend on Friday....not selling anyway.
hotstuff
12/9/2017
14:53
Redrow's down over 7% today alone
right honorable lord lucan
12/9/2017
14:28
House prices are not stalling They are Falling And look set to fall much further circa another 30% cheers
buywell3
12/9/2017
13:27
... like beer! Always bought in good and bad times!
right honorable lord lucan
12/9/2017
13:26
House prices stalling will add to the worry, but certain stuff will always be bought. Steve Morgan at Redrow knows a thing or two ;-)
philanderer
12/9/2017
12:40
Hi Phil, only baby buys, not feeling brave. CPI figures have given my lloyds a boost, however it's a stark underling why the UK consumer is under some pressure.
essentialinvestor
12/9/2017
12:33
Luck with those EI , been watching them for ages. Consumer squeeze continuing with that inflation number today.
philanderer
12/9/2017
12:20
Bought a very small amount and also MARS, probably regret this ).
essentialinvestor
12/9/2017
10:25
Or in the midst of a wider bear market?, without either of the above..
essentialinvestor
12/9/2017
10:23
£4 would be assuming a big div cut or RI. GNK would be heading for serious doo-doo if either of those are on the cards. They've traditionally held up well in troubled times, so I do wonder if the current management are no longer the quality they were presumed to be for so long.
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