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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Pets at Home Group LSE:PETS London Ordinary Share GB00BJ62K685 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.70p -0.56% 124.00p 123.80p 124.10p 125.00p 122.30p 124.90p 329,198 12:20:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 898.9 79.6 12.6 9.8 620.00

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
05/12/2018
13:10
Endagine still reducing it seems. Should push this up further.
tickler
01/12/2018
12:50
Ex div date 6th December so anybody that bought when it hit 102 are laughing I got 8000 so as long as they maintain the dividend you get 6.9% yield at that price
creditcrunchies
30/11/2018
17:13
RE: Short Squeeze Engadine really starting to bail out now by the look of things on shorttracker. Despite GS trying to help them out maybe?????
muchodinero
30/11/2018
15:27
Don't know but wish I could have the job....lol
muchodinero
30/11/2018
15:24
Professional deramper? How much do they get paid? :)
sao1
30/11/2018
13:28
Yes I agree. Monty is possibly a professional deramper working for GS maybe. He's gone very quiet, no doubt will crawl out of the woodwork to assist in Engadine etc closing out there remaining short positions??? Aimho adyor!!!!
muchodinero
30/11/2018
12:33
montyhedge Your prediction at post 1661 less than two weeks ago when you predicted shorts buying back at 87 pence. Just wondering how that went. We all thought you were talking out your a$$e then. Noticed that you have not posted much since.
ianian4
30/11/2018
12:19
Back to the actual business for a mo... am I imagining it, or did PETS mention a while ago that they'd got some concessions within Tescos as a trial ? If so, wonder how that's going.
yump
30/11/2018
12:14
Getting a bit squeezy here..
dplewis1
29/11/2018
19:09
You don't want to be short going into Xmas, new year and divi season
creditcrunchies
29/11/2018
18:16
RE: Short Squeeze Are GS I'm the pocket of our biggest short with todays new 96p target? Funny thing is GS did something along this theme four weeks ago which allowed B.R and K.T. to have a perfect opportunity to close their positions at 102p it's pathetic and bordering on manipulation of the share price in my humble opinion. Shorts appear that they will stoop to any levels to get out of a hole? I'm holding on for my nice 6.5% divi yield. GLA. Shorts still have about 60million shares to buy back, so desperate for external help. They want PI's to panic and sell, if everyone holds on then they are screwed! Aimho adyor!!!
muchodinero
28/11/2018
21:09
Yep. It is official. Shorts are unashamedly closing. I feel a hike to 145-150 is coming up
andplus
28/11/2018
17:39
RE: Short Squeeze on..? Well Shorts (including Engadine) appear to have lost their nerve and appetite for PETS in the light of robust management actions and 7.5p dividend being re-stated. I'm quite happy to get a 6.5% yield with prospects of 10% share price growth. Also there is always the potential for PE to come back for PETS. Shorts won't enjoy paying a 7.5p dividend and paying at least the same again to borrow the stock. I think this will creep higher over the next 12 months based on the latest update and all factors mentioned. Aimho adyor!!!
muchodinero
28/11/2018
17:35
Well I added at 1.20 just before close.
pictureframe
28/11/2018
15:33
Have to wait and see if the algorithms 'spot' it. Then you get the unexplained consistent rises after the unexplained consistent falls.
yump
28/11/2018
13:25
Nice recover and bounce on the way.
pictureframe
28/11/2018
09:04
results Well considering the half year update was more downbeat than was being stated in the previous management statements, revenues are still growing strongly. Looks like management have taken the opportunity to carry out some write offs (reduces tax bill also). Share price reaction is surprisingly robust considering the headline reduction in profit for half year. Shorts appear to have lost their appetite for PETS in the light of robust management actions and 7.5p dividend being re-stated. I'm quite happy to get a 6.5% yield with prospects of 10% share price growth. Also there is always the potential for PE to come back for PETS. Shorts won't enjoy paying a 7.5p dividend and paying at least the same again to borrow the stock. I think this will creep higher over the next 12 months based on the latest update and all factors mentioned. Aimho adyor!!!
muchodinero
27/11/2018
19:40
Also shorts leaving quickly at last. Knoteki now gone and some 3 million shares put through after hours today. Engadine looking very exposed now
paulhunt1
27/11/2018
17:58
Divi yield looking good https://www.fool.co.uk/investing/2018/11/27/are-these-2-out-of-favour-stocks-set-to-make-a-massive-comeback/
muchodinero
27/11/2018
13:49
Looks pretty solid with some realistic views and plans around growth. With a solid dividend little reason to not keep believing. Mathematically still consider them undervalued.
balancedviews
27/11/2018
12:33
I listened in to the live webcast this morning. Steady progress in retail and a measured plan for growth in Vets practices. I hope they survive long term and don't get bought out. Happy to continue holding.
crystball
27/11/2018
11:57
I suppose there are no other businesses doing what they are doing, so the original model with vet practices, despite revenue growing well, wasn't necessarily going to be right for ever - seeing as there wasn't a precedent to copy. By the look of it, dealing with it is the important issue, which they are doing. Hopefully this is not a business that gets taken over at a 'bottom' price, like INTU. Private equity has 'insurance' when investing in pre-float businesses as they can often unload during and after float. With existing businesses, they must be pretty sure they can take private and then be the sole beneficiaries of an upturn. Either that or take an axe to stuff and benefit from a shorter term stream of profits and cash. It sucks when floated companies are taken private.
yump
27/11/2018
08:10
Sounds as if they recognise that there is a need to gear up to make the most of their vets position but they don't have the skills or resources to do it quickly enough. A private equity owner probably would.... ?
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