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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Melrose Industries Plc LSE:MRO London Ordinary Share GB00BZ1G4322 ORDS 48/7P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  4.85 3.74% 134.45 133.90 134.05 136.00 126.95 128.10 10,721,280 16:35:23
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 10,967.0 106.0 -1.2 - 6,532

Melrose Industries Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
31/7/2020
09:57
The market is up if you’re in the right areas Ammu - SGLP, AMZN for example...
gettingrichslow
31/7/2020
09:04
that 13k buy at 87 odd is mine.this is a lovely share to trade
scepticalinvestor
31/7/2020
08:59
So gettingrichslow shows his face when markets goes down and melrose follows lol....
ammu12
30/7/2020
23:43
You win some you lose some Minny. I acted pretty early on Burford too after the MW attack. Bought back in the low 300s. But what about gold eh? Not bad - $1,500 an ounce in March, now $1,960?
gettingrichslow
30/7/2020
23:31
Shame you didn’t have the same prophecy with Burford, eh? LOL!
minerve 2
30/7/2020
23:26
I’m not sure which part of what’s happened so far with MRO is something anyone should be surprised about? Let’s look back at what happened. The coronavirus story started emerging in mid-January. By mid-February it was the main news headline. It was already pretty obvious at that point that there was a really big problem brewing. Wuhan was in its lockdown, cases were popping up in ski resorts, on cruise ships etc. At this point, the share price was still c.245p!! A week later I was in a pub in London watching the news where every single item was about this virus spreading fast and engulfing Iran and Italy. I sold all my MRO the next day at between 214p and 204p. Everyone I was with that night (all experienced investors) agreed at that point that airlines and anything related would be stuffed and that this virus was clearly becoming a pandemic with disastrous consequences. So I do struggle with anyone saying this was hard to predict??
gettingrichslow
30/7/2020
22:00
So we;re doomed? should have sold when it was 5k down....
roks
30/7/2020
11:53
To Cheer everyone up, this was part of a comment in my mailbox this morning. "The overnight collapse of tourism and business travel means aviation has taken the biggest and most obvious pandemic hit – over 40 airlines around the globe have gone bust or are in some form of bankruptcy protection. The Boeing/Airbus duopoly looks in serious trouble as orders and deliveries plummet. 34% of the world’s passenger aircraft, over 7600 planes, are sitting unused around the globe. It was over 14400 planes at one point! Many of the smaller B-737s and A-320/321s are getting back in the skies – but only because they are cheaper to fly half-empty."
jackdaw4243
29/7/2020
16:49
So where is mro headed now? I doubt I'll see 1.50 any time soon.....talk about bad timing
roks
28/7/2020
10:09
Not heading of on holiday then like other COVidiots? I guess you don't have the money having not listened to myself and a few others about Burford.
minerve 2
28/7/2020
10:07
Oh, "nuanced", big word for you old boy. I guess it is a popular word in business penguin circles along with "synergy" and "colour". How about a "heads-up" on any other words that you think make you clever? LOL
minerve 2
27/7/2020
23:04
Probably too nuanced for you to understand Minny. Are you still ‘in between jobs’ by the way?
gettingrichslow
27/7/2020
20:14
Fair point, thanks for your view.
essentialinvestor
27/7/2020
16:55
In other words he hasn’t got a clue. Why not just say that?
minerve 2
27/7/2020
16:49
Essential, I don’t think you could say that it’s not a buy at any level, but I suspect it could go quite a bit lower until we get to a point where there’s some sort of clarity of outlook. While the forward guidance is non-existent it’ll probably drift lower in my view. Of course you could get lucky with a punt, but if you’re going to do that you may as well bet on dog number six at Walthamstow.
gettingrichslow
27/7/2020
15:13
getting, is your view on Melrose that it's not a buy at any level?.
essentialinvestor
27/7/2020
14:20
getting You obviously haven't learned about it or you wouldn't be writing that drivel.
minerve 2
27/7/2020
13:55
I don’t need to learn about that Minny, as you know, I do it for a living! Remember I was getting a proper education while you were at Pontypridd Poly...
gettingrichslow
27/7/2020
13:46
getting, my other half works in healthcare so unfortunately only too aware of COVID risks. What can stop it?, it's a very good question and mentioned the same point on the SHA board last week. It looks like UK cases may have already hit a summer low.
essentialinvestor
27/7/2020
13:36
They haven't added billions of value! You are confusing wealth creation with share price increases. You need to learn how wealth is truly created.
minerve 2
27/7/2020
13:28
EI, I’ve got no problem at all with the management team. I think they deserve those rewards if they add billions in value as they’ve done in the past seven years. The problem is they won’t be able to do that with GKN in this pandemic. And I wouldn’t call a second wave a ‘risk factor’ - it’s absolutely inevitable - what’s going to stop it?
gettingrichslow
27/7/2020
13:14
Ok, fair does. I traded a small amount last week on the update, which all things considered looked very solid to me. They managed to pay down £90 million of net debt. However, they really are between a rock and a hard place atm. Any significant COVID second wave perhaps the main risk factor over the next 6-9 months. My Dad loathes this management team, could not repeat what he says. I'm a bit more circumspect because of the extraordinary amounts paid to many FTSE100 CEO's for abject failure over the years. And without the COVID hit it did look like GKN was going to be another great deal for Melrose.
essentialinvestor
27/7/2020
13:13
So you are shorting this then lol....
ammu12
27/7/2020
13:10
If you’re doing the opposite of Ammu you know you’re doing the right thing!
gettingrichslow
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