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
  +1.10p +0.90% 123.00p 123.10p 123.50p 125.10p 121.80p 123.50p 1,174,580 16:35:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 898.9 79.6 12.6 9.8 615.00

Pets at Home Share Discussion Threads

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18/9/2018
14:53
Great write up in October's edition of Momentum Investor
avi2014
17/9/2018
14:43
Re. Motley Fool comments today....Well a welcome change in stance from motley fool. They've been negative up until now. Maybe the fundamentals and future growth in the vets business have finally caught the attention of serious investors. I wonder what the shorts are thinking?
muchodinero
17/9/2018
08:32
RE: Rns........ I wonder what else is driving the SP, it has risen a fair bit since last weeks lows? Are the others shorts thinking of unloading despite Engadine's increasing positions? Let's hope the rise can be sustained this week.
muchodinero
16/9/2018
11:34
Presumably the CEO wouldn't /couldn't cancel his options if he knew /suspected that a bid approach was under way /imminent ? As others say, he is either planning on replacing them with cheaper priced options or he thinks PETS is not going to get back to or beyond 157 anytime soon ?
pete160
15/9/2018
09:15
RE: Rns....... I wonder if all the PETS staff have dumped their options. That would be good as the company my be getting ready to purchase as load of cheap shares to start a new share option for the BOD and employees? A nice tick up to 150p would get the shorts thinking, especially Engadine.
muchodinero
14/9/2018
16:36
Is Peter Pritchard the CEO about to play shorts at their own game by closing out Las years share options (RNS) to take out an even bigger one this October???
muchodinero
13/9/2018
22:44
I can see what you're saying but in my very simple terms, (and I'm just thinking aloud, not arguing) that means if you put a 30%premium on the current price that takes you to c. 160 p.To have a clear 12 months at 160p or less that means keeping a lid on the price until next April.Possibly the sorters could do that, but that would be after a (hopefully) good set of results this autumn as well as an update on progress with the vets side of the business and the results of the targeted price cuts on the pets side.That would be quite something, unless they really do know something about trading, cash flow, etc that we don't know or can't see...
pete160
13/9/2018
16:48
RE: Last chance for the shorts to close Well fair play to Engadine they have increased their short again at 117p they are really going for it despite others just starting to reduce??? They are determined to hold this down as long as possible. Well my theory is they are being paid by a third party who is waiting to pounce? The longer that the shorts can hold this down then any approach for PETS will allow a lower offer under UK takeover rules. It requires a takeover to be at least as high as the share price has been in the past 12 months, which is currently around 200p.If the share price is held down for several more months then obviously any approach can in theory be lower than the current 200p that was in Nov 2017. Let's wait and see what happens. Aimho adyor!
muchodinero
13/9/2018
15:54
NOPE. Engadine increase again.
dplewis1
12/9/2018
15:37
RE: Last chance for the shorts to close ..............and some big buys going through this afternoon....mmm
muchodinero
10/9/2018
17:10
RE: Last chance for the shorts to close With 69 days to cover shorts based on daily volume this could get very interesting soon. Any hint of further consolation in this sector including vets business could send this much higher in the blink of an eye imho. PETS revised strategy appears to be working and the management appear to be putting the brakes on expanding the number of purely retail outlets (as per last trading update with cancellation of two new stores). BOD now concentrating on their Vets, Grooming business and online offerings, which are higher growth/return sectors of the business
muchodinero
08/9/2018
17:15
Woof woof thats what the dog in the house said.
hvs
08/9/2018
13:16
Short but positive write up in SCSW commenting on the 'useful' 7.5p divi, low PE and good recovery potential.
dplewis1
07/9/2018
19:53
RE: Last chance for the shorts to close Well well...are the shorts about to break ranks? Kontiki have just started to reduce as opposed to Engadine adding earlier this week....let's hope that the short damn is about to break!....
muchodinero
07/9/2018
19:31
If you're not holding, buying or even shorting, what on earth are you wasting your time posting on PETS???
muchodinero
07/9/2018
10:53
Looking good for an entry point - at all time lows? Huge short positions and positioned in the retail sector. Talk about risky. They are plenty of other shares with little or no institutional shorts on them, in an established uptrend. I can’t see the appeal for PETS right now.
staylow2
06/9/2018
08:10
Price looking good for an entry point here
nw99
05/9/2018
13:55
Many don't understand - hence the need And if they argue that they do, then what's the problem? You can't have your cake and eat it
joe say
05/9/2018
12:22
Yes of course but over a twenty year period. It's commonly known as a lease agreement for those of you who don't understand.
muchodinero
05/9/2018
11:05
Woof woof make sure they does not bite.
hvs
05/9/2018
10:42
The fact remains that they ARE in debt - those leases have to be paid !!!
joe say
05/9/2018
09:53
It's a bit of a nonsense. Based on the new accounting principles to be applied to PETS in March 2020 the UK is technically bankrupt with about two trillion pounds of outstanding debt on the books. Add another ten trillion in personal loans and mortgages and everyone is screwed once we apply these rules to everyone's commitments. The fact is it doesn't change anything so long as PETS, UK government and everyone else is bringing in sufficient cash to pay those commitments over a planned period. I think Engadine are miscalculating IMHO.
muchodinero
05/9/2018
07:41
Interesting take Thorpematt but as an accountant I totally support IFRS 16 You have actually highlighted one of the key reasons/benefits when you question how banks and lenders will view the debt ratios That's one of the precise benefits - clarity over the funding position of the balance sheet. You may not like the end result BUT nothing has operationally changed pre- and post-implementation other than readers clarity and understanding
joe say
05/9/2018
07:39
Apologies for grammar but travelling
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