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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
M Winkworth Plc LSE:WINK London Ordinary Share GB00B4TT7L53 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 195.00 190.00 200.00 195.00 192.00 192.00 732 08:00:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 6.4 1.5 9.2 21.2 25

M Winkworth Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/7/2021
08:06
Stunning ,very postive by a set of Directors who never call their ducks ,swans
hillofwad
03/6/2021
16:22
Well all Foxtons had to do was turn up really to increase sales by 49% in Q1 Noticeable they steered away from any mention of lettings revenue which makes up half of the pot You only have to go onto the website of Catlist to see a long list of what needs addressing at Foxtons. Furthermore the £14.25m hard cash given to 2 long standing shareholders of Douglas & Gordon as a golden goodbye is hardly going to keep the existing fee earners there sweet who have now seen the prospect of their future equity in the business vanish over the horizon So yes any uplift pretty much factored in at Foxtons .
hillofwad
03/6/2021
09:23
Foxtons have issued a very strong trading update, though shares are only up slightly as it seems to have been anticipated. https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/foxtons-FOXT/share-news/Foxtons-Group-PLC-Capital-Markets-Day-and-Trading/85273829
aleman
11/5/2021
14:12
Marvellous Class act.
hillofwad
11/5/2021
11:35
Today's AGM statement: We have had an exceptionally strong first quarter of the year in sales, with revenues almost doubling on Q1 2020 due to a combination of completions being carried over from the fourth quarter of 2020 and a resurgence of activity in 2021. This momentum has carried over into the second quarter and, while the ending of stamp duty relief in September may temper the number of transactions in the second half, we are well placed to benefit from the revival in interest. Our rentals business, meanwhile, is showing a gentle rise and will again be an important contributor to our results this year.
aleman
08/5/2021
06:36
Who knows what the requirements of the wider family members are but effectively Simon has control and will ultimately decide the fate of the company What is certain somebody would pay a significant premium to rock up here and set this on a nationwide rollout
hillofwad
07/5/2021
17:59
I don't get you. AIM shares are exempt from inheritance tax (after holding 2 years) but the proceeds from selling them would fall into the IHT net. To me (and not knowing specific circumstances so generalising), it would make more sense for Simon to hang on to them and his estate to distribute them or their proceeds after death rather than pay a great lump of tax on whatever they get converted into if he chose to sell.
aleman
07/5/2021
17:45
Yes Dominic is CEO but its AIM so maybe some tax benefits accruing Other family members might benefit who might want to cash in .Who knows
hillofwad
07/5/2021
15:41
Simon might be 79 but CEO, Dominic, is only 41 or 42, I think, and he is doing the heavy lifting these days, after two decades with the company. Simon's shareholding has decreased slightly over the years to 42% and Dominic's has increased slightly to 5%.
aleman
07/5/2021
15:08
They have been on many a watch list for sometime .The only reason they have been dodged is that they are so illiquid beacuse ofthe family shareholding With the recent takeover of Hunters another franchised operation it was only a matter of time that attention would find its way here Rising tide Every other has been flogged to death recently Simon Agace is 79 this year so maybe might come into play. Giddyup.
hillofwad
07/5/2021
13:40
20 trades and a big jump. These have definitely been tipped somewhere or there is some price sensitive news coming. It's unusual for me not to be able to find a tip, even if I can not access it.
aleman
07/5/2021
10:07
Last of the Mohicans .Really the only bite sized listed agent for the sniffers to winkle out Maybe Simon Agace has a heavy cold !
hillofwad
07/5/2021
09:18
A price jump after 8 trades already this morning for a share that's usually more like one or two per day. Has it got a mention somewhere?
aleman
27/4/2021
17:33
Great having a dominant shareholder who likes income!
trustman
08/4/2021
09:59
Steady as she goes .A steady hand on the rudder Never one to pump or floss up which is refreshing in itself Certainly the franchises knocking them out Just take a butchers at the village based Poringland franchise A very healthy inventory and over 70%sold STC or U/O Https://www.zoopla.co.uk/for-sale/branch/winkworth-poringland-norwich-69390/
hillofwad
08/4/2021
08:40
Results look pretty reasonable given what has happened in markets. Cashflow before working capital movements was marginally down, with H2 being flat. The slightly better H2 and lower dividends saw the net cash balance rise from £3.6m to £4.7m, so well above the £3.6m level when we saw a return of capital in 2018. Either there is a pretty good chance of another return of capital, or the dividend is likely to increase. Maybe both. It's most likely we will get the latter until housing markets settle from the influence of Covid and Stamp duty holidays but then a return of capital might be on the cards later when visibility is clearer.
aleman
12/3/2021
13:35
That's a fair old jump (mid up 14%) on no news! Is this afters from Wednesday's Foxton results that showed good numbers for London?
aleman
15/2/2021
13:42
With a huge belt of investor money being released by the sale of CWD looking for a home in the sector.Why Not WINK / Ticks a lot of boxes 41.8% owned by 78 year old Simon Agace who surely will be doing some tax planning at his age With a market cap of a bitezize under £18m surely under the radar of predators eyes Good reputation and the London branches faring much better than Foxtons or Marsh &Parsons Somebody could easily kick up here for a nationwide rollout and it does not have to be franchised
hillofwad
29/10/2020
09:49
Mortgage lending hits 13 year high as 91.5k mortgages approved.
aleman
26/10/2020
20:52
4.5% yield-and £3m+ cash!
trustman
29/9/2020
12:41
It seems odd for the shares to fall on the day they announce the largest number of mortgage approvals for house purchase in 13 years.
aleman
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