Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Halfords Group Plc LSE:HFD London Ordinary Share GB00B012TP20 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -4.00 -2.44% 160.00 159.40 159.80 161.30 154.70 160.00 1,194,112 16:35:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 1,138.6 51.0 21.2 7.5 319

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
01/10/2019
17:40
Not sure why you would think that.
21ant
01/10/2019
16:18
Sounds more like good news to me.
poikka
01/10/2019
11:55
It’s not in the news. Their service desk has just been laid off.
21ant
30/9/2019
22:37
Where's that bit of news from. What, IT wasn't already outsourced ?
yump
30/9/2019
18:05
Meanwhile another chunk of good people from their IT team have 'left' today - more outsourcing and loss of good people. These people cuts just keep coming
21ant
30/9/2019
15:42
Well they haven't mentioned any influence of the £ on their imports of bikes and bike parts yet, but there must be some. Perhaps delayed because of existing stocks.
yump
30/9/2019
12:05
I read the other day that a US car parts company was optimistic on trading due to the increasing age of cars on the road. I have no idea if the situation is the same in the UK, but my guess is that it is, which would translate into more work for the automotive side. The main driver here would be if the £ were to rise against the $ and Euro. That's in the lap of politicians - and media...
poikka
30/9/2019
11:29
The last trading update indicated a pre-tax profit similar to last year, but doesn't look like 'the market' believes that. A similar 20p+ eps would make HFD pretty cheap. Seems quite likely that there will be a bit more gloom about discretionary purchases and share prices seem to overshoot and undershoot, so wouldn't surprise me to see an overreaction to any continuing comments about problems with weather etc.
yump
20/9/2019
15:16
Yep, firmed a bit today, still at risk though.
stupmy
20/9/2019
14:42
up 4% good rise for a Friday. always seems to do well on Fridays.
technowiz
19/9/2019
08:47
No one can see into the future. I'm sat on a losing trade here and it will take some time to resolve. My 166 was simply a gap that looked likely to fill on the 2h hour chart. That's done, as you say, it could go lower. I'll wait for a buy signal and add, with a view to dropping it on a swing high and using the profit to eat away at my worst positions. It usually gives me an overall profit if I do that. I've bought a little WMH back today at 184, but not a lot this time.
stupmy
19/9/2019
08:33
i think it can go a little lower than 166 maybe into high 150s before a bounce. but maybe i'm being too greedy like i was with William Hill and failed to buy in the 130s.
technowiz
19/9/2019
06:53
Must admit that 166 area looks probable at the moment.
stupmy
18/9/2019
19:40
british bulls SELL signal posted today. it seems share can't break 175p area.
technowiz
18/9/2019
06:34
There's no question that a CEO choosing to buy in significantly is a good sign. Doesn't guarantee profits to share holders though.
stupmy
17/9/2019
15:08
Always be wary of a company the CEO holds no shares in!He's never dipped his hand in his pocket once since they have fallen from 3.50?I wonder why?
kendonagasaki
16/9/2019
12:17
Can't help wondering if share price is breaking to the upside at this very moment. Seems to be activating/confirming a diamond bottom pattern. See previous posts for targets.
stupmy
15/9/2019
16:38
If the £ keeps rising, that'll help Halfords; it's obviously been a drag for some time.
poikka
13/9/2019
12:31
Personally I'm thinking we're close to a decision point. A close above 174 on a 2h period looks to bring in a logical target of around 200. I've previously said I think that there is a marker at 183 that we'll hit, but there's another pattern that might give us closer to 200. I wonder whether we're about to get some broker coverage/updates.
stupmy
13/9/2019
12:16
I was thinking of having a few to average down (bought higher up), as I'm sure the business is pretty solid, but slightly unnerved by comments at my local one, where I buy a lot of parts. This summer apparently quite a bit quieter than last year or 2 years ago, but that has been said already by HFD I think. Also some child's bike supply issues, although that might just be temporary. Just thinking: what can they announce that will result in a recovery and what that will result in a fall, so keeping cash for the time being, until after next report.
yump
11/9/2019
12:03
volume is terrible on it, spread is big (so the extremes of those swings are really available to trade). Life is easier with more liquid shares, that's for sure. I still think we'll see 183. I closed out 80% + of my barc positions yesterday which freed up some resource for me. I very nearly bought more HFD at 173.5 (that was the low end of the spread and the bottom of todays gap up. It didn't fill and I cancelled.
stupmy
11/9/2019
11:20
this share is the biggest swinger in town. back up again to 177 then back down to 171(ish). possibly retest the low 160s again if markets pull back.
technowiz
09/9/2019
21:30
Another swing 164 - 177. Now back to 170
sbb1x
08/9/2019
09:53
Re. pensions. "i) Pensions The Halfords Pension Plan is a contract-based plan, where each member has their own individual pension policy, which they monitor independently. The Group pays fixed contributions and has no legal or constructive obligation to pay further amounts. The costs of contributions to the scheme are charged to the income statement in the period that they arise."
poikka
06/9/2019
09:59
818 shares....that was just dividend reinvestment
wynmck
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