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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
John Lewis Of Hungerford Plc LSE:JLH London Ordinary Share GB0004773148 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.65 0.60 0.70 0.65 0.65 0.65 22,000 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 8.3 -0.2 -0.2 - 1

John Lewis Of Hungerford Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/10/2020
09:51
is there life in this share ?
macleod_muller
17/4/2020
17:01
Amazing. Just so fun to watch. A fool and his money are so easily parted.. The market makers must be loving this - bet they were getting more than a little worried about being left holding the baby. Check out the shiny new director's previous form. On the RNS list it details about half a dozen as being bust. But have a look at the rest - I think they nearly all are. oops
georgeghutton
17/4/2020
14:51
nice. someone just bought over 1% of the company
davydoo
16/4/2020
09:48
this company is going bust
macleod_muller
06/4/2020
21:56
Some nice new board members, new notifiable shareholders and 25 bid at 50. Nice.
georgeghutton
02/4/2020
23:25
"Sales for the 6 months to 31 December 2019 were £3,345k and the loss before tax was £398k. In the equivalent period to 31 December 2018, sales were £3,666k and the loss before tax was £327k" Time for yet another pat on the back methinks. "However, with the quoted business at the highest level seen within the Company's history, we are confident that once normality resumes within the country and the economy, the business is poised to move forward once again." Absolutely. And why not. Of course it will. It'll be like nothing has changed. Back to normal. I'm just curious. About the phrase 'move forward once again'. And to the 40p upticker; way to go mate. No one'll notice that.
georgeghutton
25/3/2020
22:34
Just a quick thank you to the guy who paid 50p yesterday - made the whole floor laugh til it was almost painful.
georgeghutton
22/12/2019
12:18
Excellent advice I think but these are small cap stocks and not really for traders as you need liquidity. As a trader those are certainly key points but investors tend to look far more long term and my average company holding time is probably around seven years so a bit like buying a property and settling down through each phase of life really. Additionally I do not want too much excitement just good quality management looking after what I hope to be higher than average companies with potential. This one has certainly not worked out so far and it is over ten years that I have been a shareholder.....one day Rodders !!
davidosh
20/12/2019
16:59
I’m a trader. A mate asked me have a look so I dug in a bit. It just annoys me when people are taken for a ride. My advice ? If I was long I’d get out, but I’m in no way qualified to offer advice so bear that in mind. But if you really want advice then buy Reminiscences of a Stock Operator. Get it delivered in time for Christmas. When you’ve read it ten times you’ll start to get a real picture. The only other advice I’m not at all qualified to give is that I would never ever buy a share where the bid offer spread is so wide, the liquidity is shocking or where management think they’re doing well whilst losing money. Best of luck. G
georgeghutton
20/12/2019
16:02
Georgeghtton......What do you recommend? Are you in the industry or just an interested observer?
davidosh
20/12/2019
06:35
Sorry don’t know why this posted three times... Must be because I mentioned The Muppets.
georgeghutton
20/12/2019
06:29
Brexit to blame. Retail to blame. Political climate to blame. In fact everyone else to blame. Looks like it’s only a matter of time when your going concern statement gets specific. So a profit of 107 in 2017, but otherwise losses four in the last five years totalling over a million. Cost cutting isn’t just saving money, it means something has to give. Anyone who owns this share should consider auditioning for The Muppets. Apologies to The Muppets BTW. Love the Muppets.
georgeghutton
20/12/2019
06:29
Brexit to blame. Retail to blame. Political climate to blame. In fact everyone else to blame. Looks like it’s only a matter of time when your going concern statement gets specific. So a profit of 107 in 2017, but otherwise losses four in the last five years totalling over a million. Cost cutting isn’t just saving money, it means something has to give. Anyone who owns this share should consider auditioning for The Muppets. Apologies to The Muppets BTW. Love the Muppets.
georgeghutton
20/12/2019
06:29
Brexit to blame. Retail to blame. Political climate to blame. In fact everyone else to blame. Looks like it’s only a matter of time when your going concern statement gets specific. So a profit of 107 in 2017, but otherwise losses four in the last five years totalling over a million. Cost cutting isn’t just saving money, it means something has to give. Anyone who owns this share should consider auditioning for The Muppets. Apologies to The Muppets BTW. Love the Muppets.
georgeghutton
18/12/2019
02:52
That’s the problem. Who ever is doing it is probably testing how much liquidity there is on the bid. With the price dropping 1p every £500 the answer is very little. A 2 % drop every 500 quid isn’t what I’d call a healthy market.
georgeghutton
17/12/2019
18:49
At £500 a bundle, is going to take a while to shift many.......
graham1ty
17/12/2019
16:17
And someone is dropping shares in nice little bundles at the mo. Hmmmmmmm
georgeghutton
17/12/2019
16:15
Yes yes. I can read the RNS. My point was simply why the delay ? Why so much later than previous years? I’m guessing because they’re probably a bit, well, underwhelming... If they were any good they would have straight out. Another guess is the delay is more to do with hoping to find another upbeat message in current trading to deflect.. They’re very good at upbeat messages......
georgeghutton
17/12/2019
14:19
John Lewis of Hungerford Plc (AIM: JLH), the specialist manufacturer and retailer of kitchens, bedrooms and freestanding furniture, announces that, further to the announcement made on 10 October 2019, the Company intends to release its audited final results by the end of December 2019.
davidosh
22/10/2019
10:03
Against all expectations, they made a roughly 100k profit in the second half.
cjohn
21/10/2019
10:06
This company should go private,not worth a PLC. It's wasting shareholders money, maybe should use that money each year on staff and new range.
amrishbhim
19/3/2019
14:06
I sat in on a conference call with JLH and have to admit it was the most depressing call I had ever been on. Performance was dire and they sounded like they thought they had done a really good job. It was amazing. So fully understand the comments above.
horndean eagle
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