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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Halfords Group Plc HFD London Ordinary Share GB00B012TP20 ORD 1P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
16.80 4.5% 390.40 16:35:06
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
380.00 375.00 396.60 390.40 373.60
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Top Investor Posts

DateSubject
19/2/2021
12:30
yump: I think as an investor its important to separate what you think of what they are doing, from what the results will show in a year or so, because if profits stabilise and grow, the institutional investors won't care how many shops there are. My recent experience is dire. Ordered stuff online, only partly turned up. Can't sort it in store. Chat didn't follow up with a claim form. Spoke to customer service - sounded fairly clueless - sent me a claim form. Returned the email and got 'mailbox full' bounced back reply. Tried to get through to local store who I know quite well. Customer service has been 'rationalised', so its all central now by the look of it. Complete shambles. May not matter of course if people have no real alternatives - profits will flow as a result of the usual rationalisations and performance related bonuses will flow.
09/9/2020
08:24
amt: Strange that it's not an RNS. Halfords have a great story unfolding but not making it clear to potential investors. Just a matter of time I suppose. I am pencilling in a cautious 50m profit before tax.
03/9/2020
18:10
mercer95: DiscoDave is a complete tool, always starting trouble, not only a failed investor a failed human being & he’s got more FAKE PROFILES than the Russian hacking department & worst dress sense then them too, no offence DD
18/6/2020
21:12
kendonagasaki: They are not toast!They are losing money on the auto 3B business and they have no bikes until September.This will see 1 pound again or slightly lower until thier sales and service propersition stabilises.3 pounds in 18 months possible.But going through peak without a product to stock or display is madness.Going lower for now.They have no bikes today, tomorrow, next week or next month?????Plus the current CEO is not of high caliber and got lucky the government let him open his shops.Also he will be closing a lot of the current shops down for good that are currently open and more pain imo yet to come.However the general concensus is it will someday soon stabilise.This business needs a CEO with a modern day vision and and someone who is actually believable and competent when addressing the senior institutional investors.If they can see through him, heaven only knows what his whole organisation thinks of him in my opinion.Just my rambling thoughts on the current situation at hand.
06/1/2020
12:52
skinny: spob - can you update the Financial Calendar and Investor links in the header.
04/11/2019
13:13
stupmy: A lot hangs on what's said on the 7th. For me everything else is noise for the moment. I'd say the rapid drop from 178 to 151 suggest that institutional investors are trimming their exposure head of the 7th. That is either simple risk management or the belief that they know what the announcement will say. Doesn't look like good news to me. I won't add anything until the 7th is out of the way.
12/10/2019
11:14
poikka: GBP up, HFDs up. Take a while for the exchange rate effect to work, but prices look to the future, or used to.. Add to that, investors moving out of foreign earners and into domestics. Wouldn't rely on it, though, as it all depends on the outcome of Brexit talks, which are far from certain. All the same, impressed how the GBP held up to the close yesterday.
11/8/2019
22:41
kendonagasaki: What this business needs imo is a private hedge fund to take it out and install a real senior executive team.By real I mean, living in a real world of normality and one with a vision of extracting a profit.7 months months left for the current CEO imo.More worrying for investors here is that they are pursuing consumers to get into interest free debt......run by KLARNA who would imo give a blind man with out a job a loan to buy a blind dog for 10k?When are they going to sell mobile phones?SELL
06/5/2018
20:23
buoycat: I think it's the way one puts it. If a Ryanair flight were to crash and i'm an easyJet investor it would seem a little crass if I was to say great news.But it's also worth noting that competition is no bad thing for Halfords. It's probably only competition from the likes of Evans that has forced Halfords to get their act together. And any promotion of cycling by Evans, and let's face it Evans is good for cycling, is likely to be good for Halfords too.
01/5/2018
11:48
kendonagasaki: If your investing or invested in halfords or are going to invest.Evans in serious trouble is good news for the investor.Someone's eaten thier lunch?
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