Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Keystone Law G. LSE:KEYS London Ordinary Share GB00BZ020557 ORD 0.2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +4.00p +1.26% 322.00p 318.00p 326.00p 322.00p 320.00p 320.00p 2,181 08:30:56
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
31.6 1.9 6.0 53.7 100.70

Keystone Law G. Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/6/2018
10:45
Windfall for partners in law firm’s £1bn flotation £10m payday as DWF plans biggest legal float ever Https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/windfall-for-partners-in-law-firm-s-1bn-flotation-9jnngct7f Statement regarding potential IPO Https://www.dwf.law/en/MediaCentre/Press-Releases/2018/Statement-regarding-potential-IPO Friday 15 June 2018 5:14pm DWF latest law firm to catch flotation bug with £1bn IPO Http://www.cityam.com/287651/dwf-latest-law-firm-catch-flotation-bug-gbp1bn-ipo
martywidget
05/6/2018
16:24
From yesterday: Knights joins UK law firms heading to the stock market Regional group is fifth in UK to list as partnership model begins to look outdated A fifth UK law firm is to float on the London Stock Exchange as signs grow that momentum for IPOs is building in a sector that has clung to a partnership model for centuries. Https://www.ft.com/content/66566152-67f7-11e8-8cf3-0c230fa67aec Knights Professional Services Ltd 04 June 2018 Intention to Float Released 07:00 04-Jun-2018 Http://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/news/market-news/market-news-detail/other/13664842.html
martywidget
25/5/2018
12:59
Thanks for that, here's the link: Tips of the Week yesterday Keystone: the flexible future of law Https://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/tips-ideas/2018/05/24/keystone-the-flexible-future-of-law/
martywidget
25/5/2018
12:47
I/C tip of the week
nimbo1
20/5/2018
22:18
Thanks for taking the time minions01, I'll probably stick to investing more into funds and trusts from here on!
bristolwest
08/5/2018
09:35
When looking at things like HL, or any other site that shows trades, it's best to think of it in a different way. All sites show a trade with a 'guess' as to wether it is a Buy or Sell. If the price of the trade is closer to the 'BID' price it will be shown as a SELL. If closer to the 'ASK' price it will be shown as a 'BUY'. There is no 'buy' or 'sell' information in the trade data as all buys are sells as well. So this is always a guess by the site/service. For this reason there will not be a matching 'sell' trade to a 'buy' trade - there was only one trade. So when looking at the trades, it's best to simply look at a trade as a single trade - one person selling, one person buying at a particular price. Also, it's worth remembering that not all trades execute at the 'Bid' or 'Offer' prices. Some trades can be negotiated broker to broker. And often the 'Bid/Offer' prices are just what the market makers are showing - trades often execute within that spread. Additionally, some people can use Direct Market Access (DMA) where they put their orders directly on the order book - this enables them to buy stock at the bid price - these are shown as sells as they are at the bid price. As you can see there are many ways trades happen, and they can't all be shown correctly as buys or sells. Sorry for the longwinded reply, and if that has complicated things. It took me a while to get my head around this.
monions01
08/5/2018
09:13
Traders can use level 2. Institutional investors have Level 3 which shows the most detail.
nimbo1
04/5/2018
10:31
Interesting Nimbo1 as that explains things a bit, I'm sure that a lot of punters don't realise that. Out of interest how do traders get to see the real picture as it happens so that they can evaluate and make decisions?
bristolwest
04/5/2018
10:07
Bristolwest you should read a book on how the market works. I don’t mean to be patronising at all but it’s inportant to have an understanding of the mechanics before risking your hard earned cash. Fact - whether or not you can see a trade on the HL website every sell in the market is met with a buy. Demand and supply of stock moves the price. As a pi your access to information is terrible so don’t worry about trying to match trades. It is a waste of time. Trades can take place through a variety of methods and different exchanges depending on the listings (broker to broker, AT, OT, dark pools etc). you’ll never see all of them on HL as they happen. They might be printed at some point on HL but they could be T+3-5 which means you’ll never match them.
nimbo1
04/5/2018
08:12
I'm new to this website and I'm not keen as it keeps prompting you to pay £18 or so, I do like the chat here though as it's quite active.
bristolwest
04/5/2018
08:07
Hmm, I can see that £14 million were old late on Weds but I'm not seeing the corresponding buys. I'm looking on the HL website.
bristolwest
03/5/2018
18:47
What do you mean? There was a sell and there was therefore a buy (the volume of buys and sells is the same - it’s the demand on either side which drives the price) - we just don’t know who yet bought them yet. Think of it like this. Selling to meet demand from an instituation is a positive, so the price went up...
nimbo1
03/5/2018
18:04
I see, the odd thing is though that even with several million shares being sold that the share price movement today doesn't seem to reflect it.
bristolwest
03/5/2018
09:51
Director sells aren't bad when he owned 35%+ of the company and they were sold to meet institutional demand. Look at Fevertree and Blue Prism - as the value rerates it will happen all the way up assuming the business grows as expected.
nimbo1
03/5/2018
09:30
Hi there I've just joined Advin. I've been looking at KEYS since before it launched but not dipped in yet. What's the story with the director sell offs yesterday then and how does that relate to the share price rising sharply today I wonder??
bristolwest
03/5/2018
09:15
This is doing very nicely at the moment
wingrove4
30/4/2018
16:15
Yes not my greatest timed exit either - you have to act in accordance with your own judgement though. Certainly can't always be right.
hydrus
30/4/2018
16:12
Not the most timely exit Nurdin, though I’m seeing W7L make a similar rise after my exit last week. Still lost opportunities only exist in the mind and leave no trace on the Portfolio thankfully. These shares are pretty expensive now no doubt due to the disruptive nature of the business. Hopefully the forecasts have been purposely cautious and leave scope for further upgrades. Newsflow from GOR overdue...
quant_investor
29/4/2018
07:08
I suspect this is just getting started. I know several high flying lawyers in their 30's - none of them really like their jobs as they are stressful, time is not your own and some of the people at the top aren't pleasant to work for. Offer a lawyer the potential to earn more money, on their own time sheet, without having to commute into the city or chancery lane and you have something very attractive. With the profile raising IPO I bet they are now inundated with applications and therefore this could grow very quickly. Risks are there as you've identified of course.
nimbo1
25/4/2018
08:06
I have sold too for the same reason Hydrus
nurdin
25/4/2018
08:05
I decided to sell - I was hoping for a little bit more re growth (it's pretty good but on a high rating) and with the potential IR35 issue I felt the multiple was too high to warrant sticking with these. Will keep watching though.
hydrus
25/4/2018
08:05
Good results. Should see some broker upgrade soon ...hopefully. Still holding and may buy more on any dip
nickjoseph
25/4/2018
08:01
cheers...I asked because the results are below consensus
nurdin
25/4/2018
07:57
Yes they were revised upwards from 6.4p EPS
hydrus
25/4/2018
07:36
I wonder if the brokers forecasts were adjusted after their 'ahead' statement.
nurdin
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