Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Pcf Grp LSE:PCF London Ordinary Share GB0004189378 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.70p -1.70% 40.50p 40.00p 41.00p 41.00p 40.50p 41.00p 123,577 14:14:35
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 11.1 3.6 1.5 27.0 85.95

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/9/2018
14:34
There seems to be a fundamental change in outlook towards this share since the weekend. I have to assume someone read the Midas tip who works for a fund as the buying seems to be alot more than PI's. The sell price has now settled above 40p convincingly and it's been 41p to sell for the last four hours. Slowly we are wearing down the MM's and there's only one left at 42p now. All looking good imho
cc2014
11/9/2018
11:24
So, a couple of things. First this article from a month ago which shows Scott has been busy recruiting. All good as you need good people in a fast growing business. http://www.broker-world.com/news-details.php?ID=1817 The Midas article contains some new information on the portfolio size. At 31st March 2017 128m At 30th Sept 2017 146m At 31st March 2018 179m Midas 200m The £350m by 2020 looks very do-able based on these growth figures.
cc2014
10/9/2018
09:07
Nice flow of buys this morning slowly driving up the price. Not before time. There seems to be some appetite for LLOY and RBS today so maybe it's not just the Midas tip
cc2014
09/9/2018
09:51
Thanks for that link.Should bring in some new money and interest.
geraldus
09/9/2018
00:46
Tipped by Midas. hTTp://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/investing/article-6146579/MIDAS-SHARE-TIPS-invest-PCF-Group-bank-thats-horsebox-expert.html
yupawiese2010
01/8/2018
12:37
Has ST reviewed this again?He can normally make this move.
geraldus
01/8/2018
12:37
Stream of buyers appeared for no apparent reason. Not that I'm ungrateful and not before time. Does seem a little odd. Call me suspicious but that trade of 8 shares early on maybe meant something.
cc2014
26/7/2018
11:29
Good to see a couple of director purchases.
the big fella
23/7/2018
14:43
The reason the share is so week is because no body is buying which is down to the time of year. I have found the summer months a good time to pick up some cheap shares come September the buyers will be back thats for sure and things will be different.
hibberts
23/7/2018
13:13
I don't know Graham and it's annoying me now. It looks to me from the flow of trades it's just one party selling in volume and they appear to want out. They are trying to drip them into the market in a structured way so not to disturb the share price but clearly the amount they want to sell is too many and every so often the share price falls a bit further. Rather like they are on a deadline to sell their shares. I can give you the following guesses: 1. The market is generally weak on anything financial 2. Market is worried about Brexit 3. Market is worried about consumer spending after this months data was poor. 4. Someone with a decent sized holding has died and the executor of the will doesn't care too much about the price they get. I think whilst it might bounce somewhat we are stuck here for a while until the attitude of the markets changes. Some of the dividends on offer are getting pretty crazy which tells me the market has gone irrational for a while. If they fix Brexit I think you can reasonably assume a 20% rise in UK focused stocks within a two week period. Maybe more. If it's any consolation I have a large number of shares which are struggling right now and falling on what is very low volume and those which are going up it's like 5 small up days followed by a collapse in as little as an hours trading putting me back to only just above where the share price was at the start. Or put another way every time a share starts to form a decent uptrend line and I think it's about to sit on that uptrend line for the next few weeks or months someone bashes it apart. Probably deliberately. I perceive we are at a market turning point and "they" do not want shares prices to rise at the moment as "they" want to buy as much as possible cheaply. I could be wrong. Either way I'm happy to leave Scott and the team to deliver the plan. The share price will sort itself out as the plan gets delivered.
cc2014
23/7/2018
12:49
Why is this so weak ?
graham1ty
10/7/2018
17:42
Looks to me like a forced seller possibly on margin as someone just wanted out and didn't have time to get a decent price.
cc2014
10/7/2018
14:30
Mind you the flurry of small sales in such a short space of time would suggest some tip sheet negative comment. Who knows. Just let the company get on with building the business. Alternatively could just be a move to trigger some stops
the big fella
10/7/2018
14:28
Just people bored in the summer months selling on no newsflow. I am keeping to keep hold of my shares. The last 12 or so months have been transformational to the business model. You only need to listen to the interview with Scott above to realise where this share could be heading.
the big fella
10/7/2018
14:03
In bargain territory?
geraldus
04/7/2018
15:57
Thanks 355. Reads well.
mark of the rushes
21/6/2018
22:55
hxxps://nearyinvestments.com/2018/06/interview-with-scott-maybury-ceo-of-pcf-bank-pcf/
rndm355
03/6/2018
18:11
PCF Group (PCF) Earnings-Reaction to Keep an Eye http://crweworld.com/Earnings-Calendar
danieldanj
30/5/2018
10:38
A couple of things. PCF market cap has now reached £89m. It is very difficult to get funds to invest in companies with a market cap of less than £100m as it's not worth their analysts time and energy. Also, liquidity can be an issue too. £100m is a psychological barrier I'd like to break through Secondly I'm really pleased with the ebb and flow of the share price movements. I like the way investors are now seeing a dip as an opportunity to buy in. I'm also happy to see the churn of investors too. Everyone selling here will be selling at a profit and well done to them. The liquidity is healthy.
cc2014
29/5/2018
14:32
Tipped again by Simon Thomson at Investors Chronicle.Stockdale have increased their target price to 60p
graham1ty
26/5/2018
10:49
They own a majority holding in Bermuda Commercial Bank. Yes, I like all the ICM managed funds generally. This link shows what they own. hxxp://www.icm.limited/funds-managed
topvest
26/5/2018
08:20
Somers...Bermuda Bank are all in their investment ecosystem, it’s all intertwined...( I’d say positively for us, rather than too negatively )
bdroop
26/5/2018
06:58
Topvest - I don't see Somers on the PCF sharelist - what am I missing
glaws2
25/5/2018
21:33
Stockdale are not entirely independent, given they are also owned by Somers. Does seem odd putting a buy recommendation on something your common owner controls. Happy to hold though. Bit surprised deposits hadn't gone up further at the interim stage, but the trend is still good.
topvest
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