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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Lpa Group Plc LSE:LPA London Ordinary Share GB0007320806 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% 72.00 70.00 74.00 72.00 72.00 72.00 4,446 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 20.7 0.6 4.8 14.9 9

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
04/6/2021
11:17
Must say that is the tightest spread I have seen for some time...some big move coming?...don't know which direction though...
diku
03/6/2021
22:22
Start of new leg down?...
diku
21/5/2021
08:44
Bring on 150p...
diku
20/5/2021
22:50
Boystown doesn't like to talk about himself in the third person as he realises it makes him come across as a CAUC - but he thinks LPA will get to 150p in c.two years' time.
boystown
20/5/2021
22:47
Dear Mr Schapps Regards you proposed plan for the Rail Network htTps://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/987752/gbr-williams-shapps-plan-for-rail.pdf buywell would like to make a couple of points: 1) Why the numbers using the Network have declined in the Pandemic This has not been addressed in the above pdf link imo regarding the crux of the matter which is " Covid-19 and passenger personal safety " It is not just the UK where train passengers have bombed , the same has happened in the USA hTtps://www.weforum.org/agenda/2021/02/public-transport-covid-data/ and other countries where people are now scared of being in overcrowded carriages breathing aerosols which could contain the Covid-19 virus. Australia and New Zealand have also been impacted. htTps://ara.net.au/wp-content/uploads/ARA-member-briefing-The-impact-of-COVID-19-on-passenger-rail-in-Australia-and-New-Zealand-1.pdf Your plan does not include the long term solution for fixing this problem in the event of the continuance of Covid-19 as an endemic disease . Whilst buywell is not a fan of the BBC they got this issue correct imo Now there are fears people will switch back to cars unless action is taken to make rail more affordable, attractive and address safety fears. hTtps://www.bbc.com/news/uk-wales-56429693 Sales of cars has risen dramatically in many countries as people wnat to travel in their own safety bubble and NOT breathe the exhaled breaths of others closer than 2 metres as they have now been taught. Thus clean safe air to breathe on trains is now a safety issue that needs sorting to get people back on board. 2) %age of Freight being carried on the Rail Network is pathetic The numbers tell the story with 90% of freight now being carried by road and only 10% being carried by Trains. This means a massive carbon gain could be made by tackling this issue and turning those numbers the other way around How ? There needs to be more UP and Down Goods lines designated as for freight trains only. In many places now Goods lines do not exist as it has been Government policy in the past to prioritize road spend --- hence we are where we are. Electrification projects need prioritizing with clients that are rail freight haulers being listened to and having their input listened to. 3) Will this plan ( wish list) work Creating new names and writing this plan was the easy bit Making it happen it the hard part , the plan is missing vital elements , Who gets the top jobs and makes the decisions is key. buywell is not impressed as it has missed so much To not address the main safety issue regarding Covid-19 shows a ccmplete disconnect from the reality of the pandemic situation and public fears and concerns regarding public transport use. imo dyor buywell AD 2021
buywell2
14/5/2021
10:25
Thanks CT, yes that sounds plausible
gleach23
14/5/2021
09:57
I think its a good sign. He had £180k in cash in his ISA SO MOVES THE CASH into his SIPP. No tax Moves the cheap shares into his ISA because he feels undervalued and might double so his £180 becomes £360,000 and whilst the tax situation remains the same ie) no tax there is the bonus that he can withdraw the £360,000 tax free from the ISA. TIGER
castleford tiger
14/5/2021
09:12
Consolation he just done a swap...not sold...
diku
14/5/2021
08:17
As long as he already had £180k already within his ISA to purchase it would be fine.
cockerhoop
13/5/2021
23:29
I was not aware that you could transfer that amount into an ISA, where the annual limit is £20000.
packman8
13/5/2021
20:09
"Director Shareholding LPA Group Plc, the high reliability LED lighting, electronic and electro-mechanical system designer and manufacturer, announces that, on 13 May 2021, it received notification of a transfer of a portion of shares held by Peter Pollock, Chairman of the Company, from his SIPP account to an ISA account in his name. Peter Pollock transferred 265,000 ordinary shares in the Company at a price of 68p per share. Following the transfer, the shareholding of Peter Pollock in the Company remains unchanged, representing 6.74 percent of the Company's current issued share capital." Would be nice if he could do the same again tomorrow! :-P I don't follow what he's doing here though...any idea anyone?
gleach23
13/5/2021
18:42
I think it was a sale. anyone reported? its 2%
castleford tiger
13/5/2021
09:41
Dated today
gleach23
13/5/2021
09:06
Where did that 265k come from...and the price hasn't moved...that suggest it could have been a buy few days ago but reported late?...hence the offer price has upped last few days...
diku
12/5/2021
08:06
When one gets too comfy in their comfort zone the eye is taken off the ball...
diku
11/5/2021
10:31
You do have an excellent record with these sort of companies that need shaking up - TND being a prime recent example.
cockerhoop
11/5/2021
10:25
I do agree they need shaking up. I am fed up of delays etc always somebody else's fault. Trading below NAV the shares could re-rate. I think I will ask for a face to face or at least a call. I am holding 2.8%. Tiger
castleford tiger
10/5/2021
16:52
It is a fairly crazy valuation Fwd PE of 38 ;-)
cockerhoop
10/5/2021
16:35
Agreed, can't believe the price remains so depressed so popped a few more into my LPA holdall today.
ansc
07/5/2021
17:51
This is a crazy valuation
castleford tiger
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