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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
  -3.50 -1.3% 265.00 265.00 266.00 275.00 265.00 275.00 1,471,625 16:29:51
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 1,155.1 19.4 8.9 29.8 528

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/10/2019
07:36
Ok, perhaps the fall is over. I've bought half of what I sold yesterday back, for a loss of 2p or so. Will consider adding if the chart looks ok.
stupmy
10/10/2019
09:21
Not too sure what's going on with this. I've closed 2 of 5 positions (not my worst entries) for a good loss. I fear that we'll see capitulation and the 140s.
stupmy
10/10/2019
07:21
No buyers in the market, this and several other stocks on my watchlist now well into value territory but short term I'm trying to keep my powder dry, well invested elsewhere for the euphoric bounce before the fall imo dyor ofc.
rathean
10/10/2019
06:31
I'm not that comfortable with it and may take a loss on this one.
stupmy
09/10/2019
15:23
You are brave Stumpy - if a market 'correction' does happen HFD will get trashed.
toffeeman
09/10/2019
13:40
I've added at 163. I'm hoping the 158 print was the bottom and that support will hold at 160/161
stupmy
09/10/2019
07:13
It's possible that it will stop here. We're now at possible support dating from Oct 27/2008. If that does not hold, the next one I can see is July 9th 2012 and that was around 148. No scheduled company-specific news until November 7th.
stupmy
08/10/2019
17:14
Yeah be interesting to see where it stops
gswredland
08/10/2019
15:23
New low today
toffeeman
02/10/2019
10:09
So Hambro have lightened their holding, but still the share price rises a bit. Am I looking for positive news..
poikka
01/10/2019
19:31
I think the issue is that the service desk for one gives vital support to the shops and the head office. There are a lot of very experienced people disappearing from the IT function lately in addition to them though and Halfords still has a lot of legacy systems and ones that have been built and then ‘halfordised’ which means the knowledge externally could be very weak. It is primarily to cut costs as far as I can see but I also see it as a desperate short term move that can’t be reversed. I don’t think it will end there either - they’re gonna need one hell of a perfect winter to even remotely help them over the next half year. Trouble is, without your people, as a business you’re nothing. I don’t hold at the moment but have for years and years. The price is very low but just no signs of anything to suggest it couldn’t go lower?? Just my opinion and I hope to get back in here one day too.
21ant
01/10/2019
18:17
Slimming down, m8, or do you think that they'd get totally rid of vital functions. I'm assuming that the management is not totally daft, which might be a bit of leap of faith, of course..
poikka
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
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