Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Management Consulting Group Plc LSE:MMC London Ordinary Share GB0001979029 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.005p -0.30% 1.685p 1.68p 1.70p - - - 0 16:35:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 28.3 6.9 -1.4 - 26

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05/2/2007
16:53
I'm one tick from breakeven - and I will still be patient thereafter. Rivaldo - if your still a reader here, what did you spend your MMC on if you don't mind me asking? Anything exciting?
kneath
05/2/2007
14:46
always hard to call hour by hour 2delta... but we know the (very positive) fundamentals and the (very positive) broker recommendations and the (very positive) new big shareholders on the register... ...so the (very positive) gains will come for the (even slightly) patient imo!!
scotswhaehae
05/2/2007
11:17
...lol...pobpob a few short termers have exited and now we resume the rise! great stuff!
scotswhaehae
02/2/2007
16:21
we is watchin.. and waitin.. lol
pobpob
02/2/2007
12:44
Decisive 'gap up' through to 55p plus on its way imo... Watch this space...
scotswhaehae
01/2/2007
23:29
Rivaldo - There is a psalm somewhere playing just for you... well, just you and MMC. See ya...... on another BB of course, as you can't keep a good man down! Good luck on other investments. I know 11pm+.. but i'm on a Swansea to Paddington at 4am - what do you want me to do, sleep? Nah! Sleep is for ... for... for... sleepers!
kneath
31/1/2007
15:43
indeed...lol interesting logic though...you are 'still bullish' yet have sold out... but you say the 'biggest shareholders are bearish' yet they are still by definition the biggest shareholders and have top sliced only a fraction of their bull positions!! I'd rather not bow to your logic but as I said...a profit's a profit...let's just leave it at that! Anyway...this is a very busy day with IND breaking out, OXB powering ahead and MOG starting a major run...so time is short! Good luck all!
scotswhaehae
31/1/2007
15:34
Pragmatism and profit always take precedence over sentiment scots! I'm still bullish on MMC (as recently as now!), but evidently MMC's biggest shareholders are bearish and my small holding doesn't begin to compete with those. I could now buy back cheaper than I sold at, but will wait and see if I can buy a lot cheaper. If not then c'est la vie, the profit is in the bank :o))
rivaldo
31/1/2007
14:25
...MMC has moved up very nicely since the first Schroder sell..and big buyers have similarly been announced (eg Legal and General)...all part of life with an institutional share Sorry to see Rivaldo go after he was so bullish as recently as last night (!)....but this is now a broker favourite and remains seriously undervalued imo...wouldn't want one small seller to make anyone feel the story has changed one iota! This remains principally an institutional share so for every buyer there needs to be a seller winkled out... And you can never argue against taking a profit I suppose... It may even end up on the day...! Good luck all !
scotswhaehae
31/1/2007
14:01
Good luck to you rivaldo and sorry to see you leave the thread. I can't find much that's better to ISA than this, but then these days I often think of abandoning the whole ISA thing as I can never find much that really interests me in the main market (not really into FTSE 100, 250 etc).
penpont
31/1/2007
13:32
I must admit to having sold earlier to protect ISAble profits, triggered by the Schroders' RNS. I still think MMc are worth a lot more as above, but it seems that both Schroders and Barclays are heavily reducing large holdings, so there's no point in fighting the inevitable, as proven by the drop after my sell. Perhaps it'll be time to re-enter when the sellers seem to have stopped if I can time it right. Good luck all.
rivaldo
30/1/2007
21:47
Ta penpont. We know the results on 12th March will be good, and they could surprise those previously unaware with anything around 5p EPS - there's not many ISAble stocks around on single-figure historic P/E's, let alone a current year P/E of 8.2 and a forward P/E of 7 or so. At these levels you're also getting near enough a 2% divi too.
rivaldo
30/1/2007
14:00
Nice little rush of buyin then.. lol
pobpob
30/1/2007
11:13
Keep up the good work rivaldo, it's appreciated. We know from the trading statement that they will make the top end of expectations, which should equate to eps of around 5p. For this year the consensus is around 5.8p, but could be more - growth of 16%. We'll soon know the forecast for 08 - should hopefully be at least 6.5 - 7p. Agm is early May, Interims early August, so a good steady newsflow up ahead. Obviously there is always the chance of a glitch being thrown up at some stage but the available evidence is compelling enough for me. I've been adding recently via sbs and through my ISA as this looks one of the best short and med term bets around.
penpont
30/1/2007
10:38
Yep, they've added over another 1m shares and are up to 4% now: http://www.investegate.co.uk/Article.aspx?id=200701301022253508Q Kneath, someone's got to keep the thread going!
rivaldo
30/1/2007
10:28
Looks like L & G has topped up again...
pobpob
29/1/2007
20:16
Rivaldo - You 'avin a chat with yourself?
kneath
29/1/2007
12:31
Bid up to 47.5p - getting a little exciting now by MMC standards :o)) EDIT - I give up!
rivaldo
29/1/2007
08:45
Bid price up to 47p now - slow but steady progress. EDIT - didn't last long then! EDIT2 - yes it did!
rivaldo
28/1/2007
16:50
Yes, the PE is ridiculously low. Onwards and upwards from here.
dogdogman2005
28/1/2007
10:46
Nice to see the upticks at the Friday close - hopefully more than just the closing price effect. New instiuttional stakeholdings and chart breakouts will hopefully entice more and more back in to this stock on such a low single-figure P/E.
rivaldo
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