Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ite Group Plc LSE:ITE London Ordinary Share GB0002520509 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 82.50 82.30 82.60 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 175.7 -3.7 -1.6 - 612

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/4/2009
13:26
Build up to the results on 18/05 would be nice.... : )
darola
15/4/2009
22:13
About ready for action again I think.
yump
06/4/2009
15:28
Well they're not in the habit of issuing RNS's for no good reason (thank goodness) and we had a first quarter trading statement in Jan, so not expecting anything until May. Could be a spike up to 75p+ ish I reckon sometime before results, depending on whether it can clear the buffer it keeps hitting, but would be surprised if it got up much higher until something concrete appears - unless the main market really gets going.
yump
06/4/2009
15:18
Need some news here to get a breakout - it keeps trying but just falls short...
darola
03/4/2009
10:32
Whats with the flag?? Theres no RNS... Edit: Twas the voting right thingy.... all is clear...
darola
02/4/2009
08:40
Looks like there's a persistent seller just below 70p, but its pushing hard...
yump
30/3/2009
09:23
I think there's bound to be some caution expressed, but I don't think that volume near the bottom was traders, as its not a trading stock (or at least judging by the number of posts here !), so I take a lot of confidence from that, although of course big investors have not always been known for being shrewd ! What really interests me is the reaction of the market to companies that seem resilient. imo at the moment a company doesn't have to produce any surprising growth to gain credibility - just not show much deterioration. Market tends to look a way ahead, so any signs in the results of ITE coping well in these circumstances will put a bottom under the price and I think that puts an enormous amount of confidence into an investment.
yump
29/3/2009
22:24
Tough call short term yump imo. It wasn't a bad kick off 45 and does look overbought short term. But I agree this set of results will almost certainly look strong. However it will be difficult to ignore some negative tone in any forward looking statement and I suppose that is the uncertain element troubling the market. Though it seems cheap range between 57 and 70's would make sense to me but wdik!
geko5trade
29/3/2009
22:03
I don't think we've quite finished yet - it was a pretty orderly rise - usually there's a rapid jump somewhere before it calms down for a while. I suspect there could be a fair few wanting to get in before results, given the timing of director buys.
yump
27/3/2009
15:10
Yes Darola I was looking for a test of 57 support but I might have that wrong!I wouldn't feel nervous holding longer term either.
geko5trade
27/3/2009
12:22
It's well capable of 10/15% a day, or an hour for that matter! Not far wrong today!
darola
25/3/2009
22:48
Yes don't get me wrong Darola I think this is a very good play and could easily still have gas in the tank. It's well capable of 10/15% a day, or an hour for that matter! Still it has been a good move off the double bottom at 45.
geko5trade
25/3/2009
22:21
Maybe I did get it right - put my money in SFR instead! Mind you there seems to be money to be made everywhere at the moment - DGO has got its results out on Friday, just cleaned up a bit of 'irregualr activity' and now looks set to join the rest of the oilers on the way up. Dows up today to. Still got a small holding here and happy to hold for now.... Good luck all...
darola
25/3/2009
20:49
Taken a small profit since they look overbought short term. However they still look very cheap to me for anyone looking longer term. Also broken 57p which may become new support.
geko5trade
24/3/2009
23:35
Same here darola get paid 2morra was gonna get some more might be a pullback usually happens lookin today.every uptake has been forced down wonder if a sellers out there,like the double bottom tho.
snap23
24/3/2009
18:00
Gutted - invested another 5k yesterday and chose not to increase my holding here, I should have had more faith... : (
darola
24/3/2009
17:07
I'm afraid I've hardly done any calcs. apart from the 'worst case' posted earlier. When the markets are dire (as when they are booming) its relatively easy to just take a view about under or overvalue. Looks like perhaps the shares are getting a little short in supply ? Price seems to have accelerated today - I reckon we should be on for a spike up in the 70's.
yump
22/3/2009
22:17
This one has hit my radar. SP down in 6 months from 150p to 55p, revenue running ahead of last year and 10% dividend are interesting! Can anyone tell me: 1 per AGM statement 27/2 revenue is running some 10% above last year. So I can get a sense of organic performance, what % incremental additional revenue could we have expected from the acquisitions last year? 2 Digital look have ITE group revenue forecasts as £121.34M in 2009, £105.54M in 2010. Are the figs accurate and if so why the decrease? Thanks for any info
melody9999
20/3/2009
21:47
Some big volumes going through recently, which I believe is a good sign at a turning point...
yump
19/3/2009
12:37
Good call Geko. 60p looking a distinct possibility before the month is out now.
mundii
10/3/2009
21:05
May have seen the bottom here. Looks like double bottom on the chart and has broken out of the sharp short term downtrend. Any sustained lift in sentiment could see a sharp rally to a slightly more realistic level imo.
geko5trade
09/3/2009
10:42
Yump, With you 100% on that. I would also think funds have to be looking to buy into companies with ratios like ITE's, as they desparately need to provide a solid return for their clients following their losses of last year. I am continuing to buy on any drops myself.
mundii
09/3/2009
10:00
Well I'll just be sitting on the investment now and buying more on next results if it looks half decent. If its anywhere around the bottom, then the dividend they're paying is giving me a big multiple of the interest I'll get on savings. I'm surprised there isn't more interest or mention generally of the (relative) safety of buying into cash-rich companies that seem to be doing reasonably well, where the share price has tanked. Potentially a double benefit of cap growth + could well be a div that easily beats the interest rate for some years.
yump
04/3/2009
13:21
ok i was reading the agm statement 27th Feb. Well it certainly looked like a capitulation spike of the cliff variety! However I haven't bought based on the graph. Like you I just think the fundamentals look too strong for the cap. I suppose they could always give a special divi if they wanted to support the price but since they have no need to raise cash they will probably just carry on with business and let the market sort itself out.
geko5trade
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