Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Pendragon LSE:PDG London Ordinary Share GB00B1JQBT10 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 25.50p 25.25p 25.50p 25.75p 24.75p 25.75p 279,680 10:06:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 4,537.0 73.0 3.8 6.7 363.78

Pendragon Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/10/2017
13:20
Sold at 34p bought back at 23p Not so shabby?
wyken
25/10/2017
09:09
Undoubtedly confident yes. One of his plans is to double their used car revenue. Really.............Unless you are operating from a very low base, any retailer, in any mature sector, will tell you how difficult this is to do (profitably)
gutterhead
25/10/2017
09:01
Essential, I think they are toppish atm. New car market is at record high and has declined yr on yr for last 5 months, manufacturer pre reg actions are depressing used car values. An interest rate increase will dampen it further. On top of all of that, new car prices will increase next year. It’s always cyclical and the decline has started but not really showing in market caps currently.
gutterhead
25/10/2017
08:59
No,just a confident man with a plan I think.
par555
25/10/2017
08:51
Trevor is a real wheeler dealer!
wyken
25/10/2017
07:52
gutterhead, do you haveca view on sector valuations atm,? Thanks.
essentialinvestor
25/10/2017
06:41
Finn 2m share purchase RNS...
mister md
24/10/2017
14:40
Mister MD - you were spot on. Several massive volume transactions this afternoon. total trades over 54 million & rising. Wish the share price would.
mortimer7
24/10/2017
13:06
added some more. Just get the feeling a large buy order is being filled at these levels, volumes very high yesterday & today
mister md
24/10/2017
10:52
In at 21.75 not over extended myself but hopefully will see. Recovery longer term from here - they seem to have a good strategy in difficult circumstances
markycrispy
24/10/2017
10:28
Par555 Trevor Finn was more than 10 years in post when he led Pendragon into the credit crisis while loaded with too much debt. Shareholders stumped up in a rescue rights issue. What was learned? At the last but one agm I questioned Trevor Finn about preparedness for a downturn (amongst other things). I was not impressed with his answers. When Pendragon announced share buybacks shortly after, that was confirmation he wasn't seeing things the same as me. I sold out. More recently, the buybacks have been stopped and Trevor Finn has sold 3.5 million of his own shares at 34p, a price below my own sells. And what of the fortunes of those who remain shareholders? Today they are looking at a share price of 21p. If I were still a shareholder I would not be happy. And the latest trading statement? Management scurrying about, having been surprised at this downturn? Unfair perhaps, and others may have their own interpretations? Of course, it's easy for me, playing at "armchair ceo" and Trevor Finn will doubtless have many good qualities. But, at the end of the day, I use my own money investing and I make my own calls. Relieved to have sold.
ed 123
24/10/2017
08:48
Is that you Trevor?
bingham
24/10/2017
08:07
The motor industry has always been a barometer of consumer sentiment.At present it is having to cope with the considerable uncertainties of Brexit,the migration to hybrid and electric vehicles and the squeeze on middle incomes and well off pensioner incomes caused by 8 years of low interest rates. I worked in the retail motor industry for 40 years.Criticism of Trevor Finn ( post 2245 Ed 123 ) IMHO is misplaced.If anyone can manage to restructure this business to meet the challenges all companies in the industry face it's him.
par555
23/10/2017
13:04
Well I bought back in at 23.95p - will see how it goes. No mention of change in dividend policy in the RNS. 2 months ago they were still talking about a progressive dividend policy: "Dividend The Group is proposing an interim dividend of 0.75p per share in respect of 2017, following a final dividend in 2016 of 0.75p per share. This dividend will maintain our dividend cover at a similar level to the prior year's. We intend to maintain a progressive dividend approach in the future. The interim dividend will be paid on 24 October 2017 for those shares recorded on 22 September 2017"
mister md
23/10/2017
12:17
I will buy when they reach 15p .. gla
pal44
23/10/2017
09:02
Yes, 25p was a good call, Oxman. Chairman has gone but, as a former holder, it would take a lot to persuade me to return while Trevor Finn remains in post. The major shareholders won't be happy and may express their own views to the new chairman?
ed 123
23/10/2017
07:15
Oxman good guess
markycrispy
10/10/2017
09:46
Another downtick. Currently trading under 30p. How much money did Pendragon waste in buying back its own shares, at times at over 40p per share? The last lot they bought were over 36p per share. Plenty available now at under 30p per share.
ed 123
04/8/2017
17:30
Good results seem to have gone unnoticed. 13.0% rise in EPS. Low P/E, but good rise in the share price these last 2 days.
deadly
30/7/2017
20:02
Trevor Finn has been steadily reducing his stake over the last couple of years. If he needs to get this funds out so be it. But it definitely is an inhibiting factor when it comes to the share price. Think TF is about 60 now...
mortimer7
28/7/2017
08:09
25p? Where did that figure come from? Not holding myself, but I wouldn't have been amused by Trevor Finn selling 3.5 million shares at 34p. He was behind the share buybacks in the 34-35p region.
ed 123
28/7/2017
07:25
25p ? Seems harsh but wouldn't bet against it.
its the oxman
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