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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
  0.14 1.08% 13.14 12.96 13.18 13.14 12.50 12.50 100,418 10:25:51
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
20/9/2019
07:24
Decided not to hang on to these. Bought last September and turned out not to be my greatest investment @ -62.80%! Good luck to those with more patience!
mrphil
18/9/2019
19:23
You are probably right
whiteshark1
18/9/2019
18:37
Yeah was just looking at where it was back then, they only got back to .10 2009/10....capital raise they had then could be repeated, certainly dont want to get into them for a while, if they do have to raise money you are instantly down to .5.
porsche1945
18/9/2019
11:25
you could be right. PDG went to 1p then and many made a killing. Some Auto retailers are doing ok considering everything.
bull16
18/9/2019
11:06
All the car retailers heading for trouble and that includes lookers, pendragon a poor business so has hit the wall first but the uk has been bumping along the bottom for three years, trashed sterling making everyone poorer thanks to the brexit sxxtshow, its heading back to 2008 style, fast, can just feel liquidity drying up.
porsche1945
18/9/2019
09:37
Just hoping Mark Herbert the old (short term ) CEO is still holding . PDG is in serious trouble now , an American in charge of uk dealer group could spell problems . I think there will be some good opportunities to make £’s from PDG over the coming months . As for the company - downward trend for a while
whiteshark1
18/9/2019
07:59
My target is 1p here.
blueball
18/9/2019
06:05
One disappointment after another here.
jack jebb
12/9/2019
11:03
Not good news. Article from AM Online: "Pendragon could be poised to make 1,300 redundancies as part of a business restructure....." hTTps://www.am-online.com/news/dealer-news/2019/09/10/pendragon-share-prices-fall-to-lowest-level-since-2012
mortimer7
14/8/2019
20:53
I think lookers will be fine. Can see Pdg being broken up
gutterhead
12/8/2019
15:04
Needs a massive cultural shift and an inspirational leader to survive let alone prosper. Major shareholders will be forcing a break up soon. Aimo
gutterhead
12/8/2019
14:05
its all about the senior management, no customer care, no staff care. the have some of the best brands in the world but have always underperformed vs its peers. Sytner are preferred partners and make multiples more profit than PDG. The current sales process is too ridged and not customer friendly. Mark Herbert appointment was a shocker. Lucky he only lasted a few months. This has further to fall.
whiteshark1
12/8/2019
10:54
As I said, this is Automitive, not property. in the 10's now as predicted
whiteshark1
09/8/2019
16:13
gutterhead, I agree with your analysis.
debsdowner
01/8/2019
22:44
So it has £240m land and property assets. That's rather less than the £266m 'goodwill' it carries on the Balance Sheet. If push comes to shove, one will cancel the other out.
jeffian
01/8/2019
18:40
Depleted (over time and probably overvalued) property assets won’t save this shower. They need to be well run and expert retailers. They’re not either. Wig, I understand your comfort ref the property and that’s your prerogative. We all look at things differently and that’s what makes a market. Good luck to all.
gutterhead
01/8/2019
16:00
Ps , never said they had no property assets , just less than they have had in the past . They had to save the company by doing a sale and leaseback. I also stated it wasn’t a property company , in case you missed it , it falls under automotive. Anyway , sorry if my comments are misleading . 👍
whiteshark1
01/8/2019
15:57
Thank you Wigs . You’ve made me feel very positive about my self , even a feeling of superiority. Thanks again . Anyway I’ll get back to investing in a property company now that I’ve been enlightened .
whiteshark1
01/8/2019
14:25
"It's fairly incidental". LOL. The property is valued at £240m and the enterprise value of the whole business is circa £300m. So it is is clearly not incidental and it is highly misleading to state they have no property assets. The idea of these boards is to exchange useful information - perhaps thank me another time :)
wigwammer
01/8/2019
12:09
Regarding property, I reffered to the sale and leaseback they did approx 15 years ago. They needed the cash so sold their property in return for higher rents. So lets agree that they haven't as much property as they once had 😁
gutterhead
01/8/2019
10:44
Wigs, its fairly incidental. Great they have some property assets ( far less than in the past). The point is that the company is poorly run and has been for years. Their return is a fraction vs the top performers in the sector , their relationships with staff and manufacturers is shocking but most importantly for the guys who post on here, the share price is slipping further and further. Have missed anything or am I misinformed?
whiteshark1
01/8/2019
09:48
Gutter - with due respect, your assertion that the company has no property was incorrect. I mean it as no slant on you, but isn't it odd how some in society appear to value being misinformed. ATB :)
wigwammer
31/7/2019
15:21
As automotive groups go, this is probably the worst run, worst to work for etc and has been for many years. Talented auto execs never wanted to work for them and that is still the case. I have short term traded it, bought it for 1.3p back in 2008/09 but would never hold it medium/long term-its a dog. All that said, it is an opportunity for a talented leader to turn it around and I would invest if they secured the right person.
gutterhead
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