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
  +0.40p +0.24% 167.90p 167.20p 167.50p 172.70p 165.30p 166.00p 1,285,146 16:35:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 834.2 95.4 15.1 11.1 839.50

Pets at Home Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/12/2017
13:39
I’d be happier if this got over £1.80 for a bit
john09
11/12/2017
20:30
Nordea increased again
john09
11/12/2017
19:17
wait till the shorts reverse.
insideryou
11/12/2017
17:50
Agreed, the fundamentals are good, and I hope they are wrong as I'd hate to see another closure on the retail parks. My concern is the price action and the past chart. It's a huge downtrend, and now the weight of institutional shorts is pinning the price. I've said in posts before, once they start with the large short positions it seems the price is suppressed, any rallies seem to be immediately sold in to and this then deters further (i guess more retail investment)Bullish institutions are going to have to be confident of future valuations and profits as well as taking the weight of the shorters.
staylow2
11/12/2017
17:44
Value fund buying in significant amounts - they must know the Brits are mad on pets. "Where there's pets there's money" to paraphrase an old saying.
yump
11/12/2017
17:24
Think they have this one wrong. They certainly had Morrisons wrong when they were over 15% short and the price went up over 240p. It's hardly a highly indebted company making a loss and no chance of better profits... we're making a decent profit and are in the first year of a major reorganisation bringing more vets and grooming services into main stores which are growing in double digit terms as they mature, so a lot better things to come here. To me they're actually ahead of the ball rather then some companies dropping the ball altogether by adapting to take acount of the change in consumer demands.
alibx11
11/12/2017
16:31
That to me is a warning signal. Once they have their teeth in they don't seem to let it go.
staylow2
11/12/2017
15:39
There has been no large selling that I saw on the trades page, merely the usual small at trades nibbling away at the bid price. This is the problem with lightly traded shares like this, and probably the major reason shorters are taking advantage of it. Shorts are increasing... now over 10%, which begs to wonder just how low do they want it to go, considering the low level they are opening them at from here.
alibx11
11/12/2017
14:33
Followed by some pretty large selling.
staylow2
11/12/2017
09:18
Another big buy trade Nice
nw99
08/12/2017
21:19
The company is doing very well and sales are very good and the people at the top are making sure of that a change at the top is the best thing to happen he was just a money man had no retail sense
devonboy123
08/12/2017
16:48
Another nice big trade late on. Somebody gathering?
maximus57
08/12/2017
11:29
I got it from https://investors.petsathome.com/investors/financial-calendar
alibx11
08/12/2017
11:18
I got that from the LSE site oh well
nw99
08/12/2017
11:14
It's actually 23/1, Q3 FY18 Trading Update
alibx11
08/12/2017
08:51
Trading announcement 19/1
nw99
07/12/2017
14:31
Fortunately its not hard to find stats. Their relevance to PETS requires a bit of thought about which stats. are important to the business. Pet ownership volume has been decreasing for a while. Pet care market is steadily increasing in value. Grooming and pampering market is growing. Insurance market is growing, which maps onto the growth in the value of Vetinary services market.
yump
07/12/2017
14:15
Pet ownership is declining? WRONG
john09
07/12/2017
13:15
The macro facts are that pet ownership is declining. Online competitors are nibbling away the margins. They're stuck with leases on huge stores.The vet service is a potential saviour as there are synergies and also good rationale for the two businesses to coexist under the same roof.
boonkoh
07/12/2017
08:33
Yes sell the rises and buy the dips
nw99
07/12/2017
08:17
Down she goes steadily until the short controllers switch tracks. It's just a game.
insideryou
06/12/2017
18:57
Ex divi date tomorrow.. 2.5p
alibx11
06/12/2017
10:52
If SCSW make this a nap tip of 2018 it will rise 10-15% on the day, that will scare the shorters out . I think there’s a very good chance that a year down the line this stock is back to previous highs . 2018 is the year of investment and rollout
john09
06/12/2017
10:40
Hi John,That's the thing I find concerning about large short positions, in that, they change the dynamic of the stock to a point where it's suppressed and contained. Not to tie PETS in with CLLN fundamentally, but CLLN had/has large positions weighed against it. The price can never peer its head above 20/50 day SMAs. Rally's are sold into as soon as they begin. PETS will not only need institutional buying it will also need them to counter the shorts position. And I'm guessing that could be pricey and risky, and based on the "not excellent" trading update it would seem a very risky gamble. Director buying in this case, to me, is not so relevant.
staylow2
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