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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Morses Club LSE:MCL London Ordinary Share GB00BZ6C4F71 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.75p -0.98% 176.25p 175.00p 177.50p 177.00p 175.00p 177.00p 30,048 16:35:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 116.6 16.1 10.1 17.4 228.76

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/3/2019
11:15
I hope this and RFX (got big stakes in both) will shelter my portfolio a bit in the event of mayhem with Brexit and its aftermath. I think anything that's purely UK based, but is managing to grow or at least has a stable market is a reasonable bet. PETS, although technically retail and therefore doomed if you assume the usual mantra, falls into the same category, but isn't growing (yet).
yump
02/3/2019
09:41
Daily Mail article Fri 1 March 2019: 'Rival doorstep lender ready to grab Provident Financial businesses in takeover war' HTTPS://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/markets/article-6761943/Rival-doorstep-lender-ready-grab-Provident-Financial-businesses-takeover-war.html
dendria
01/3/2019
14:37
I think it's because MCL has been pretty dormant for the last year or so, it's only in the last week or two that new acquisitions and a decent set of results have pushed it into the light! Nice coverage in Investors Chronicle has also helped push it towards its 52 week high!
nquaile875
26/2/2019
17:23
Wow this is a quiet board for a well managed company, growing at a decent pace and on a low multiple. Lots of acquisitions recently, although not too sure about today's addition - branching out into online lending looks a bit more risky, away from their traditional home credit business.
riverman77
16/10/2018
16:11
Its gone into bouncy castle mode again. Would have bought some at 130 except I'd just bought some around 140. Doh !
yump
10/10/2018
17:09
Looks like there may have been some comment somewhere that has triggered a load of small sales over the last couple of days. Unless the sales have just made the market makers do a bit of self-protection. Makes as little sense as the drop in Aug. 17.
yump
05/10/2018
10:21
Happy investing ✅
battlebus2
05/10/2018
10:17
Couldn't resist buying some more. eps forecast 13.4p which I think might go up. Even as it is that only just over a p/e of 10, a 5% yield, growth at 13% and a chart that reinforces (or is it the result of ?!) the progress, higher highs and higher lows.
yump
05/10/2018
09:40
For the loan side of the business, this seems one of the most important points: "A year on, these territory builds are now profitable and the cost of onboarding and integrating these territory builds has been fully incurred. We expect growth in the number of new territory builds to return to more normalised levels, and the decrease in associated costs to have a positive impact on earnings growth." Someone commented on the number of customers being static. That doesn't matter if you're improving your earnings. I'd much rather see that, than ambitious and wasteful drives to just increase revenue. I won't repeat the old adage. Plenty of time to increase customer numbers.
yump
05/10/2018
09:20
Morses Club has impressed us with the clarity of information it provides, not to mention the 5% dividend yield on offer. All the better given the slightly murky nature of its business! New Blog on our website.
investorschampion
30/8/2018
09:54
Also looking at the chart - I realised I missed the major move and must pay more attention next time.
fenners66
30/8/2018
09:53
I sold at 146. With all the extra territories there should have been major growth in customers - I don't buy the swap for quality over quantity. That would work if the delinquency rate was lower - but it's not. There will be a growth in costs because of the extra territories and there is a small increase in lending - but this is not the fabulous growth we were looking for - so after the market marked it down I bailed. So far so good - may get back in if the yield increases significantly - but I am not expecting a dividend increase - depending on the cost base it may even decline.
fenners66
30/8/2018
09:20
Trading update reads well to me but in comparison to last years bounty from PF we are back to normal figures with customer numbers flat as they choose quality over quantity. P/E around 11 and a 5% dividend make these a great income hold for me and will add on this dip. Two brokers reiterated buy this morning with one downgrading.
battlebus2
28/8/2018
13:46
Trading Update on 31 August last year...
hawaly
23/8/2018
18:30
Apologies if I offended. Irritating day last week. This one seems to jump about unexpectedly. Last August very unnerving, even for someone like me who tries to ignore short term movement if I'm in for longer term. Drop to 110 then up to 150 - no reason - can't ever remember seeing that before.
yump
14/8/2018
15:02
Thankfully their CFO Andy Thompson has a bit more by way of manners about him and sent me a reply. But hey, like your mate yump, thanks for your input, very helpful.
nquaile875
14/8/2018
13:42
"If I received the email I'd just say sell and let me get on with work" Me too. Good one! LOL
minerve
14/8/2018
13:19
Mmm...cheers
nquaile875
13/8/2018
18:00
HaHa 😂. There’s probably an overhang again with majors or IPO sellers again, simple as that imv.
battlebus2
13/8/2018
17:27
So since when does a relatively small sell volume constitute 'the market' ? Ridiculous contradictions here every day. If you're trading then a bunch of sales triggering mor sales on stop losses is really common. If holding longer term then cope with the effing chart going up and down or get a life ffs. If I received the email I'd just say sell and let me get on with work
yump
13/8/2018
12:21
Been trawling news all morning and can find nothing untoward but something has the market spooked. Have sent an email to MCL but no reply yet!
nquaile875
13/8/2018
11:59
Only thing I can come up with is that PFG are getting their act together - however I suspect that the customers they have lost to MCL will not be going back
fenners66
13/8/2018
11:46
Anybody know what is happening here? Less than 40 000 sells in the past couple of hours have caused this to drop 7% losing all the gains made since beginning of May. Mike Elkin
mikeelkin
10/8/2018
09:02
Lot of selling here, anyone heard anything adverse?
nquaile875
31/7/2018
15:23
Hardman & Co interview discussing their 'Quality Street' note on Morses Club http://bit.ly/2NUxxsF
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