Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Luceco LSE:LUCE London Ordinary Share GB00BZC0LP49 ORD GBP0.0005
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 42.85p 42.50p 44.50p - - - 0 09:06:49
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 167.6 12.3 6.2 6.9 68.90

Luceco Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/11/2018
08:13
Still going good. May get myself out of a loss position today if it keeps going... But this is all market bluster.I think a good HY2 result and a set of audited financials will help a fair bit.
chrisinvests334
08/11/2018
22:53
Facilitate a buyout in the interest of shareholders rather than buying time hoping for jam tomorrow...
diku
08/11/2018
22:40
I sold out after the half-year results, crystallising a substantial loss. I had held on thinking that the fall was overdone and things had to come good in the end. What changed my mind was two things in the half-yearlies in combination. 1. We've not done as well as we hoped because the LED market has become more competitive (read: almost commoditised). 2. Our profits have been down, because margins are down, because the FX exposure meant our manufacturing costs were higher than we'd allowed for. But don't worry folks: We've nearly shifted the stocks that we were selling cheaper than we should have. Going forwards, we'll be able to sell at a higher price that properly reflects the cost of manufacture. At least, that's how I read the report. Trouble is: If the solution to 2 is to put prices up, what does that do to 1?
catcheymonkey
08/11/2018
21:42
The debt is the killer here. Unless they start making profits the cash will soon be gone.
pictureframe
08/11/2018
21:28
Interesting to see UPGS going up sharply this week. both faced similar pressures with retailers cutting back orders sharply. Hopefully see a similar uplift from LUCE in due course.
horndean eagle
08/11/2018
18:41
No buys to counter the sells I suspect is the main issue. So small volume sells can lower price dramatically.
chrisinvests334
08/11/2018
15:13
Genuine question to those with more experience. How do you get a 5.5% drop in share price from a traded volume of a mere 15k shares on the day? Is this driven by sentiment of the sector or better news from competitors? As there is no news direct from the company (as usual).
seastork
06/11/2018
14:13
I agree with this. It's simply people playing games.
chrisinvests334
06/11/2018
11:06
It must be the cynic in me, but volumes have dropped off to nothing again and can't help feel its a cycle of shorters rinsing the share price every few weeks. Drip in shorts over two or three weeks and see share price drop 45p to 35p with very low volumes (circa 60k a day) for a 20%+ share price drop. Then blast away and buy back (450k volume in one day) for short share price rise. Rinse and repeat. Without trade/financial news, shareholder sentiment change or updates they are laughing in the faces of all LTH. Current declared shorts are 0.53%, but as daily volumes are so small of the 160,800,000 total shares out there it makes it too easy for them.
seastork
05/11/2018
11:22
Going well today... Hope it continues. The drop was unjustified imo.
chrisinvests334
29/10/2018
08:33
Would prefer to see low 30's retest again...
diku
29/10/2018
08:31
I agree. They said with confidence they expect H2 profit to be better than last years H2. So... That's what I expect. I don't know numbers off the top of my head but believe it will put them in a "Profit" for the year end.
chrisinvests334
28/10/2018
17:45
The sheer scale of the positive headwinds in second half should mean trading shouldn't be so bad. They will get a boost from lower copper, better fx (chinese devaluation in full swing) and increased prices kicking in.
horndean eagle
28/10/2018
17:04
C334 - or possibly a rescue rights issue-
pugugly
28/10/2018
16:48
Exciting times...! Suspect that may lead to the directors jumping in again. May be ripe for a takeover.
chrisinvests334
27/10/2018
19:25
On course to retest July lows again...
diku
25/10/2018
07:04
That's my hope with this share to be honest.I'd be surprised if someone wasn't actively looking to buy it...Anyway, I've made a huge loss on this already and I got in around 44p lol. Hoping for a good H2.
chrisinvests334
23/10/2018
22:13
If the insiders are not capable of sorting out the issues put the company up for sale...others will do it for them...
diku
17/10/2018
09:38
Genuinely struggling to understand the going of this share price and current trading volumes. Is share capital locked down by Instituitions and the board because this has fallen out of favour with PI's? Or holders sitting tight waiting for news releases / trade updates, having seen share price drop from 240p to 40p the past year have those left in, just forgotten about this company and checking back intermittently.
seastork
10/10/2018
11:05
Very poor results - how are they going to service debt going forward.
pictureframe
22/9/2018
08:48
The manufacturing and development in China is actually very impressive and huge. The USA debacle is over . I see a strong recovery in a growing market.
robtiger1
21/9/2018
23:37
Actually I’m sure they have big problems coming. They present themselves as manufacturers in China, and to a small extent they are, but actually their in house scale is tiny and they are not manufacturing efficiently. If fact they buy in most of the products they sell to the majors (Kingfisher and the like). It is only a matter of time until their large customers will cotton on to direct sourcing through their established buying offices in China.
booblesau
21/9/2018
12:39
Not only is demand there, but now there is also no choice with the EU banning halogen lights. LUCE say they have sorted out their issues (pricing, fx rates - hedging etc) so I am expecting a positive trading update in Dec for the 2nd half. If there isn't one, then I will look to reduce my holding.
odsjp
21/9/2018
03:19
In the long term I doubt that what you said will be true. The demand is clearly there for LED products and it will continue to grow at good rates. If the clowns in charge of this company can make and sell at good margins and be able to calculate this correcrly, we should be fine. We should see good margins going forward as a lot of emphasis will be placed on cost control.
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