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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Hargreaves Services Plc LSE:HSP London Ordinary Share GB00B0MTC970 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 435.00 424.00 434.00 427.00 427.00 427.00 4,247 16:35:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 204.8 14.4 50.8 8.6 141

Hargreaves Services Share Discussion Threads

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21/8/2020
15:56
spooky Harewood are private Equity ( I thought) who offer seed capital to growing companies or take companies from the public back to private ownership. I was not aware of them taking stakes in listed quoted companies. Clearly I am wrong. What's their end game? tiger
castleford tiger
21/8/2020
15:38
Schroder seling, Harwood Capital buying, I know who i would rather follow. Andy Brough or Christopher Mills, sorry Andy its no competition.
spooky
21/8/2020
14:38
andy brough selling at Schroder? tiger
castleford tiger
21/8/2020
14:05
RNS out about 15 mintues ago. Harwood. Which I guess means if IC have tipped it twice and Harwood are about to reach their limit there isn't going to be anything to for the sellers to sell into.
cc2014
21/8/2020
13:55
Who can't buy any more ?
harrogate
21/8/2020
13:52
at 29% they cannot buy any more unless they bid and they aren't that sort of vehicle. Edit: they are at 28.49 so I guess they can buy a few more yet.
cc2014
21/8/2020
13:37
They usually take some time but surely Artemis and schroder selling - but who is buying ??
harrogate
21/8/2020
13:32
nothing yet
castleford tiger
20/8/2020
17:29
Massive volumes today. The holding notices might be interesting
harrogate
17/8/2020
17:27
But someone is buying them?
castleford tiger
17/8/2020
13:46
Schroders plc and Artemis seem to be reducing HSP. I wonder if they are exiting their stakes in the company.
red ninja
03/8/2020
14:00
ST article was very positive indeed. and helpful to share price for the coverage. I dont know what probability anyone assigns to HS2 getting delayed / cancelled? and also if house / land values get battered by recession? However, as i see it there have about 5 levers - each of which are capable to create material benefit. they need prob 2 to justify the current price. so if either of the remaining 3 do really well, or if all 3 do 'ok' then that supports a higher price. I think it wont be a rocket rise but it might be a slow burner with good divi payments during the wait. the 20p fsct divi (which i think is in the bag for the next 3 years based on the surplus CASH flows they have) is prob very attractive the shares are tightly held by long term holders), so it will only take some new buyers with no material sellers to get a price trend started. at 8% yield the price would be 246p. so that is my base case target over 12 mths PLUS part of that 10% divi. the clincher for me was Harwood owning 20% (up from 6% this time last year) they are activist and from my experience in recent 5 years very successful in some 'non-obvious' situations. if part of the reason HSP is low is due to non ESG investors i think Harwood will force divisional sales / a split of the company etc.... All IMHO, DYOR + BoL HSP is in my top5 hldgs
thirty fifty twenty
03/8/2020
13:30
Thanks Harrogate
castleford tiger
03/8/2020
12:26
Tipped today by ST.
harrogate
01/8/2020
06:56
Its a pot luck investment at a low price. Cant grumble at that. Loads of other investments are not cheap. Get dividend and a chance of price going up loads all from a very low base. You cant really ask for more and expect price to be low. my NETNET calculations state that this company has the 26th cheapest share price in the entire stock market (AIM as well as FTSE) using the NETNET principle - its 73% of a NETNET - it has an interesting and eclectic set of assets.
netcurtains
01/8/2020
04:51
CC2014 - all opinions welcome, positive and negative. Without one you get too much of the other, and i don't come here for confirmation bias!
beeks of arabia
31/7/2020
23:02
CC2014 IF YOU ARE NOT INVESTING WHY ARE YOU EVEN HERE. I THINK YOU ARE INTERESTED TO HAVE SOME BUT TRYING TO BEAT DOWN THE PRICE AND THEN GET IT. YOU ARE NOT GETTING MY SHARES THOUGH.
bubloo
31/7/2020
21:52
Not even for the yield?
castleford tiger
31/7/2020
11:14
hmm. Well we'll have to disagree. Coke and Coal free steel If you don't need coal then you don't need to pulverise it. Happy to accept it will take 10 years to become mainstream but I'm assuming the plant is built on a payback return which relies on it running at full capacity for a large number of years. Anywys, I'll leave you guys to it. I'm unlikey to invest at this price and I know how annoying it is to read negative comments.
cc2014
31/7/2020
10:42
I think it would be naive to think that there is not going to be more European demand for such a product. Especially considering the breakdown of world trade relationships and large EU infrastructure projects to stimulate growth. I think you are looking at this too narrowly.
beeks of arabia
31/7/2020
10:41
Not worried by carbon thingy in fact it's a winner I'm worried a bit by HS2 thing. Could that be cancelled or is it ok?
netcurtains
31/7/2020
09:38
No-one concerned about the timing of building the new carbon pulverisation plant and whether they've spent a whole load of capital for something where demand is going to fall off a cliff?
cc2014
31/7/2020
08:57
I agree and have made that comment myself.
beeks of arabia
31/7/2020
08:48
Would you not have thought that in any normal company the person responsible for the disastrous 'investments' in coal (deep mine and open pit) would no longer be in charge? Must be a great place to work..job for life for everyone. What's not to like.
meijiman
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