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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Pendragon Plc 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
  0.00 0.0% 13.10 13.02 13.26 13.80 13.08 13.40 328,493 16:35:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 4,627.0 -44.4 -3.6 - 185

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
26/4/2016
08:43
Trading Update out Thursday....hopefully will be a catalyst to a rally in share price.....PDG looking very cheap IMO.
jaf111
18/3/2016
12:15
Pendragon (PDG) looks poised to jump over the next few trading days..
grabster
18/3/2016
12:12
I just added a few to my recent stake.
grabster
16/2/2016
09:00
- Top line, bottom line and dividend all ahead of expectations. - Refinancing complete with the calling in of bonds in March Industry Insight and Outlook: New: "We are maintaining our view that the 2016 new car market will be stable" Used: "We have previously modelled the impact of the new market volumes on the used car market and continue to believe we will see growth of around 2% per annum over the next three years" Aftersales: "The aftersales servicing and repair business will benefit from increased new and used car activity. As a result of the increased new vehicle supply, we have seen growth in the less than three year old car parc of around 9% and expect this to grow by around 5% in 2016" - Overall outlook is fine PDG has been re-rated down from about 12.5x 2016 earnings down to about 9.8x at the current price of 37.5p. I thought the move down from 48p to 33p was irrational. I was looking for 40/early 40s for, but decided to exit selling into the spike at 39p this morning. That's just over 10x and perhaps a fairer rating for the current uncertain environment. Anywho, I put my trading decisions out there in the public and have now booked profits of between 5 and 20% on the various trades I was buying on the way down. Sat at new highs on the portfolio with double digit gains for 2016 to date. Big shout out to the fund manglers for giving their stock away cheap...as per usual. Onto the next one. Good luck to holders here!
sphere25
16/2/2016
08:17
Nice results
alanjames999
12/2/2016
13:46
Volatile out there, but that might just be a double bottom and reversal on the chart heading into results. http://www.am-online.com/news/dealer-news/2016/02/09/pendragon-to-record-79-revenue-growth-in-2015-anaylists-predict Berenberg also confident on PDG despite share price fall. Fund manglers have given their stock away cheap and will soon be chasing it back up. Interest rate rise? More like negative interest rates!
sphere25
09/2/2016
10:26
Cheers Sphere
dimpkins
09/2/2016
10:19
Judging by previous years, it should be next week. If there was anything materially wrong with trading, PDG would have long informed the market. Abit of an odd situation here, because it looks like this went into the FTSE 250 replacing TCY (which was taken over) recently, but now appears to be headed back out again - Just a passing visit then! :-D So there might be some added tracker fund selling to add to the wider market jitters. Doesn't phase me, I'm happy to nibble away at stocks which are hugely off their highs, where trading has been fine and there is a nice yield. Looks like more price weakness to come atm, but plenty of large sales on out there - makes sense to be nibbling here and there when the sales are on! May as well get paid a nice dividend whilst waiting till the market finds a bottom too. All imo
sphere25
09/2/2016
10:10
Is there a date for the next update? It certainly does look oversold I still wonder what is happening with Jaguar Land Rover, they had record sales this January up 24% yet Pendragon seem to have got rid of their exposure to them plus they are supposed to be in a court action with an ex senior employee regarding JLR, hope there is nothing bad its just market jitters
dimpkins
09/2/2016
09:25
Continuing to average in on the way down. This is monumentally oversold! Often get vicious bounces when stocks are this oversold with no change to fundamentals. P/e down to about 8.7 with a 4.4% dividend yield. Fund manglers are advised to buy yield in markets like these.
sphere25
05/2/2016
10:08
Last years August statement was extremely positive, so unless their is inside information happening no reason for a 35% drop in a month. Also interest rates not risen as everyone thought..
alanjames999
05/2/2016
09:56
Been buying in here this morning. The fund manglers are giving their stock away cheap again. Stock has fallen from 48 down to 35 for no (as far as I can see) legitimate reason - massively oversold now. Debt not an issue here and the multiple is down into single digits and trading at a discount to other listed dealers (which haven't moved anywhere near as significantly as PDG). Good figures from SMMT yesterday. Yes, motor numbers aren't going to continue to scream north, but the way the stock has fallen suggests that the motor market is collapsing - far from it. One fund shorting is hardly cause for concern. Perhaps we are near a top and it is a longer term play on their part, but I can't see why PDG can't at least command a multiple of 10-11 and sit around the 40-44 mark again. Results in a couple of weeks. I'd expect these to confirm that trading is fine and the fears here are massively overblown.
sphere25
05/2/2016
08:39
LOOK got a lot of exposure to VW. I believe Jan car sales were punching records - except VW down 14% Hence ODey and LOOk?
felix99
04/2/2016
22:10
it is interesting that Odey long pdg big time but taking a short position in lookers. So does it see much better vakue in pdg but in the meantime take some hedge (very small hedge though of 0.86% of look).
ceaserxzy
04/2/2016
21:54
I don't see anything in the share dealing to suggest Trevor Finn may be about to leave. He is though (I think) 59 years old, so is approaching retirement age. Re Blackrock, I don't know what's behind their shorting of Pendragon. If I had to guess, I'd say that, influenced by the slowdown in China, Blackrock are taking out some protection against the slowdown spreading to the UK. Re: making money from the short, yes, Blackrock should be in the money atm, as they will have been selling in the low 40's. However, they do need to buy back at some point, so their paper profits could evapourate. Sometimes, big shorters can lose and not be dissatisfied, since their losses equate to a protection/insurance premium. Shorting Pendragon may be part of an overall portfolio protection plan.
ed 123
04/2/2016
20:44
Cheers Ed 123 so the chief exec sold approx 25% of his holding in Dec 2015 after selling 6.166m in March 2015 do you think he is leaving? I suppose just as there's no certainty Blackrock will make money the same level of certainty supposes they will make money ????
dimpkins
04/2/2016
17:55
Trevor Finn sold 4.5million shares but still has 15.4million left. I doubt there is anything wrong. Trading statement looked good. We saw today that the car market remains strong. Results soon and should be good. There is some turning in sentiment as some market participants become concerned that the Chinese slowdown may spread. Feeding on this, the drop in the last 3/4 hour today looks like shorting activity to me. They try to get the price down before the close, setting a new, lower datum for tomorrow. Looking at the chart, they may try to get it down to about 30p. It may be Blackrock shorting today. They have been increasing the size of their short position through January. Latest figure I can see is 1.4% short. At some point Blackrock will have to buy back about 20 million shares to cover their position. There is no certainty that they will make money from this play.
ed 123
04/2/2016
16:51
I can't see any news, but share price has been dropping since the big director sell in December. Been strong since the interim
alanjames999
04/2/2016
11:27
10m traded - now we go up. 40p close anyone ?
wilk1
03/2/2016
20:15
20% fall over 30 days does seem to be overdone I read somewhere else people were questioning why certain JLR dealerships had been closed/sold, maybe to focus on used sales or is there an acquisition in the wings although the chief exec sold mid December, 3.2% yield plus its forecast to rise gives some comfort
dimpkins
03/2/2016
16:26
Agreed valhalla. Also strange that they are continuing to slide, yet VTU and CAMB have recovered a large part of their January drops already. I have just added a few more as part of my strategy of drip-feeding back into the market between now and June.
pastybap
03/2/2016
16:08
tintin82 All I can say is I am adding, and if it drops more I will add more. Not everyone's way of trading but at the moment I will take my chances with certain stocks. The market is crazy and in twelve months I will be glad I did! But don't listen to me, do your own thing. All the best
toyin
03/2/2016
15:30
Fairly brutal sell off in the last week or so. Low volume though. Was thinking of topping up but its fairly plummeting. Featured in Shares last week as a technical buy. Anyone have any ideas?
tintin82
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